19 Burst results for "Minta"

The future of Podcasting with Minter Dial

The Practical Futurist Podcast

08:52 min | 1 year ago

The future of Podcasting with Minter Dial

"Welcome to the practical futurist podcast. My guest today is a return guest. MINTA doll thanks for being back on the show my pleasure. We're GonNa talk about something close to your heart and more recently close to my heart. The future of podcasting you'll first episode was November. Twenty ten. What got you into podcasting? Well at the time I just left Liau. And and like so many things things I I wanted to do what was digital and so I started blogging in two thousand and six while on the executive active committee worldwide and at the time it was considered illegal if not improper to self promote where they considered itself community company in a big company. Soon as soon as I left I'd been listening to Pud cosmic wine. I try this out and so in a very amateur manner. I started cussing. I actually believe my first ones were right after I left and we're done in French the time I was in Paris so I started podcasting and I wanted to explore what it's like and and and then little by little home not just the technical aspects but mind skills. I remember years ago in Adelaide. I was offered to be on the university radio station and ahead. A slaughter was three in the morning and I decline that but I always look back to think what would have happened. If I'd actually taken up the offer so now I get to do that. Because essentially podcasting is a radio show right. That's why I use first of all that would become might have become a night owl and secondly I used to start off a Pud cost. The word is seemed so Gauche Woodward came from. Well I think the law basically says it's it's The different senior broadcast and politics. And so so the PODCAST IPOD and that's probably came together. So what are you gonNA add. podcasting I so the very first and most important thing is I learn so I I seek out individuals. I think are interesting. Done something and they don't need to be grandiose people they just I think if you get your listening skills feels turned on everybody you can learn from so I I seek out people that I'm interested to hang out. With and by the nature of recording inevitably inevitably. The other person feels like they need to show up and so then in that moment you get to learn stuff there they you just not gonna come with your b-game. We don't WANNA come to be games because Zeros like everyone's going to hear what you're saying it's a you think podcasting is replaced blogging. Well I think the blogging certainly has come under pressure and so for having blog for so long I can see that the volume of of people listening in common reading and commenting has declined and so put customers competing with blogging in terms of getting our attention span will it. Has It replaced. No I think that there's still a place ace for writing and reading and commenting But I do think it's a really interesting avenue for individuals authors of course worse but also companies. What do you think now is the time to podcasting? I think it has been the time to put costs for quite a while I think that people are now becoming coming more accustomed to the idea podcasting. There have been certain podcast shows that have really generalized the ability like cereal in the United States or your pet show down in Australia. And so you've you've seen the major media companies creates more regular well produced. podcast shows that are consumable on your time. So that convenience factor the more seamless experience downloading it. That it's now come round as opposed to weigh. It wasn't the Beginnings Finance Asia has made it easier and yet there's still plenty more room to grow so now maybe because there's still plenty more to go yet I would say that you shouldn't just launch podcast for the sake of doing a podcast. which is what I did at the beginning? I because I was just in the experimental mode. If you podcast you you should be thinking about as is a long term engagement engagement just like blogging in the day. And you want to think about why you're doing it because by the way it takes energy efforts resources. Yeah and so. If you're going to do it you better be aware of why you're doing it. And that's going to help you get up and do it. Do you think podcasts will become the new influences when we've gone. We've got fatigue from these instagram influences and brands realized they don't get anything out of it. Do you think podcastone will step up to have that level of authority. I think it depends on the platform that you have. There's there's definitely really You know all the major Pud Kosters where you have thirty forty million people downloading it every week. Yeah that's that's that's significant influence getting on their shows by the way. Good luck really. Well of course because Joe Rogan's Harrison so yes you'd love to be on the a show but it's going to be difficult so much more selective and and they're much more aware of their influence now the beginning when you were an infant service sort of kind of fun. Oh I've got a million followers so it'd become much more sophisticated and much more demanding and ultimately the thing about podcasting. Which is interesting is that it's hard to hide? You can manicure a beautiful photograph on Instagram. You can cut and pastes deletes REEDIT A blog post I. But it's a whole lot harder for you as the podcast producer in this case to edit mentor. So what's coming out of my mouth with the IMO emotion. The intonations you as a listener are much more capable of detecting bullshit but I think also for the podcast. They are on show. If you're not an expert it'll come out and if you're having a conversation like we are and obviously nodding and saying that's nice next question without actually being involved in I think that's what draws people in because and the reason why I'm doing shy we'd guests rather than just made no one wants to my voice. I want as intro. These voices choices that need to be heard. Well that's kind and yet I think what's interesting. Andrew is the more you know as put coster it also can create a much better environment virement and conversation and so by the nature of the questions. You're asking you of course in my opinion demonstrate knowledge because near the end it also demonstrates who you ars individual they they get your vibe and by the way they're going to hire US speak they better wanted us into what you say but I think there's this This rawness to it that makes it in the in the intimacy of the ear a really interesting medium in order to vehicle messages you mentioned before about about what brands and companies can do. I've started to listen to a few branded podcasts. You think that's the next area that brands can really explore. It really depends on what they're trying to achieve Steve. So if in their strategic overview in imperatives they have a specific need maybe put costing his answer put. Custody is not necessarily early. What needs to be done and so if you feel that you have an engagement I was even in B.? Two B. is probably far more interesting and Abebe environment where you have specific shared expertise within the business that you're operating where you will get. Experts in the interest of long form in podcast can be real interest and yet on the other side. You know. There are various formats for podcasting whether it's bite-sized two to five minutes. Get fifty minute slot. You Got Twenty Minute Commute. Got The forty five minute jog. You got the one and a half to four hours. You know people who just like to spend their time in a constant Audio matter maybe while the ironing or doing other activities Anyway so many formats and so what are you trying to achieve the type of audience and I think the key point then is to think about it as a long term ambition because by the way at the beginning for the most part you're GonNa get very very few people listening getting people accustomed to you understand that type of audience them the different types of people you have on the show get them coming along on a regular basis. You need to do this regularly and have constant interesting compensation of course they do a weekly format. How does it work in terms of production time and effort even put into that all right so a my general idea is to have a thirty minute type of view when you add in the post production that the pre-roland the postal it? All ends is up to run about thirty five minutes. I never have to do the interview and then I have to listen to the whole interview at the end to make sure that it's all good so from the the time I find set up. Do the interview postproduction. I think every show takes around three hours because I also had the show notes and everything is

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"minta" Discussed on Following Harriet

Following Harriet

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"minta" Discussed on Following Harriet

"Most of US enter Harriet. Tubman is life when she was in her thirties forties fifties and often times. We don't sort of think about how she came to be. Harriet I'm Celeste. Headley and this is following Harriet. You know I think for people of my generation people who grew up in the nineteen seventies. We first met Harriet in a photo in the corner of textbook she looked old. Her skin was stretched tight on her face. Her mouth was pinched. Her head was wrapped in a dark. Kerchief we read a couple of paragraphs about how she freed herself from slavery and then became a conductor in the underground railroad. She saved the lives of many other. People guided them safely from slavery to freedom. That was it. That was the whole story. We were told but Harriet. Tubman was so much more than a small woman with a lantern in the woods. She was a wife and mother an entrepreneur. A soldier spy nurse and an activist who fought for women's right to vote. I can honestly say after working on this project. She's really one of the most incredible and brave individuals. I've ever come across. That's Erica Armstrong Dunbar. She's a history professor at Rutgers University. And she's got a new book coming out called. She came to slay the life and times of Harriet Tubman. Erica says in the beginning. Harriet wasn't even Harriet. She was era. Minta or minty as her family called her her parents. Were Harry Green and Ben Ross. And they were both enslaved on the eastern shore of Maryland. They had at least nine children and era. Minta was in the middle born sometime around. Eighteen twenty to one of the things about enslavement. Was that the sale of slaves. The forced movement in migration always left enslaved families vulnerable. And we see that happen for Herod Ben. At a certain point they're separated and tear it is forced to move with her children including Eremita To another farm ten miles away from her husband they would continue to see one another to remain connected but they didn't live together and it was really sort of at that moment that we begin to see. Just how fragile. The lives of enslaved people were airmen to was rented out when she was still a child before she even had a full set of adult teeth. She was pressed to learn how to weave patterns. That would have been difficult for an adult. She was forced to empty the Muskrat traps on one of the farms where she lived. She did domestic work. Getting up very early carrying large loads of water to and from the house Plucking chickens making soap work that that never ended and she was expected to do this no matter her health she got the measles. When she was a small child emptying Muskrat traps and she was still expected to work and on occasion she would come back to her mother's The farm on which her mother lived in would be nursed back to health and then she would be sent out once again to work. When era MINTA was around five? She was hired out to a family who wanted her to help care for their infant. Catherine Clinton is a historian at the University of Texas San Antonio and author of the biography here at Tubman the road to freedom and there were incidents where she recalled that the moment the baby began to cry. The mother instead of reaching for her baby might reach for a switch in order to we. Harriet for letting the baby cry because it was her charge to keep the baby quiet. This shows the kind of abuses the enslaved endured under slavery at a certain point when Arrow MINTA had been hired out. She's we would call her a a tweet her. She was Somewhere between the ages of twelve and fifteen or sixteen and she went for what was supposed to be a quick errand to general store. The local store and It was clear that an enslaved man who lived on a nearby farm was in the act of. We're not certain if it was escape. Or if he was simply running away from an angry overseer someone who was angered by the fact that this enslaved and had created some infraction of the rules and he was chasing him and They run into this general store at the moment. That era mint is there. And overseer says to airmen's editor mandates that she help subdue this man and to help tie up his hands and she refuses. We sort of think about this moment where she perhaps it's her first stance against slavery.

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"minta" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"minta" Discussed on Today, Explained

"My name is Mary Elliott. And I am the curator of American slavery at the national museum of African American history and culture. The nineteenth museum in the Smithsonian collection, so Harriet Tubman was born in eighteen twenty two endorse. Chester county, Maryland. Her name was our Minta, Harriet Ross. She was born to her parents, Harriet, green, and Ben Ross her father, ultimately gained his freedom. Her mother was supposed to be given her freedom when she turned forty five, but in fact, she was not giving her freedom, Harriet Tubman. She ended up marrying a gentleman in eighteen forty four. It was a free black man. And this is really interesting for people to understand that there were free African Americans married in flav, African Americans as she was married to a gentlemen, last name Tubman, and she changed her name from era Minta, which people knew her as many to Harry it, and that was an honor of her mother. Was important in. No is you might even say that. Their family business was freedom because she was determined to be free..

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"minta" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"minta" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Coming to, you know, your, your grocery shopping with your kids. This is the last place you would think that someone would shoot off your suffered minor injuries during the incident but only needed a brief treatment, Missouri yet whether he might face charges for the shootings one person several life threatening injuries. But to others rolling slightly hurt when their small plane crash, Jeff Esther taking off from an airport in upland, the Cessna went down yesterday inside the city own yard, right next to that airport. Witnesses say it seemed to develop engine. Trouble soon took off and the pilot was parents trying to return for landing, but couldn't make it to the runway the FAA and the NTSB will both looking into the exact cause higher. Inflation is hitting southern California McConnell say it's not necessarily a bad thing federal numbers show. Consumer prices went up more than three percent last month in LA Orange County's compared to may of twenty eighteen prices went up less than two percent for the rest of the country. Of, of robust economic growth. But just is an economics a trade off. So with with the robust economic growth that comes higher prices, Pepperdine university economist, David Smith tells connects a tighter labor market here means businesses are paying people more in passing those costs onto consumers. Smith. Also says there's a higher inflation in southern California because of the higher, rent and home prices, the new state budget food by lawmakers last week's going before governor Newsom who's expected to sign it in the coming days, nearly two hundred fifteen billion dollar budget, addresses education, health care, and climate change. It also beefs up a rainy day fund Lindy, Minta Medusa, who served as Newsom achieve economic adviser says it's a budget that benefits all Californians while the economy.

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"minta" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"minta" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"From dockage Brennan Lang Ambro robots who has been on a heater Lali absolute heater new podcast. Check it out. I'm excited to watch Zion. Williamson though, just completely dominate rein Lang they're kinda got a little chip. He was I on at the end off air here in office. Gorman in Brandon Lang just like they were fifteen years ago body the fuck buddy up on their thoughts about Zion. Williamson I think on is a lock to put on an incredible show. This marksman, no doubt, very in with no doubt. Who did you? Compare them to Julius Randle. It's unbelievable. These old Randolph too. Didn't you got them? Zach rain off too. Didn't you? Julius page. This is believes Randall Zion Williams is a generational talent. He is the next one in the NBA unless he gets injured. I will take it back everything if he gets injured, which he got very unlucky that he got hurt this year in I think it was even mentioned somewhere like well. He is injury prints like, yeah. If he's walking shoe is gonna have two thousand twenty is that going to happen in the NBA. I think he is the next guy. And honestly woes his quote, what did he say tie? You said they just, you know, asked him coming back from like, you don't miss all those games. How like how he could get back into the offense. So quickly just said killers kill listen to that and kill that is a Kobe metality that he's an Jamestown. That's not a LeBron Minta. No, Ron does not have I- longtime the Bronx. I do think there's a chance that this particular year. He may be intoxicated on the floor. Maybe I mean, that's a wild. Shot to send out to somebody. But I think there's a chance for some of the videos that I'd seen on the internet that LeBron James is doing things that LeBron James should not be doing and is not doing. I'm not talking about sitting at the end of the bench because he's all wrapped up on ice and shit like that. So getting up for a pointless time out can definitely look worse. But the lack of effort in the sitting out on things and the letting the ball roll all the way to the other three and then just hawking break. That's not what LeBron James does. But Zion will be the next guy. I think you will hear the NBA all the way next night after he did the role to three point landed Huck it up. He did the role of the three point line and rolled out. That is not a LeBron James. I am worried about this. I on injury strictly because for this. That's a big boy a lot of them at him and a lot of speed and attendants can only be so strong. But I think he sent him down. I think he's the next guy. I think he's and by the way, student human athlete. It's a good point right now, he's taking do classes. Those aren't those aren't West Virginia. No, no, no, those aren't classes that that kidnap NCWA student athlete day in the life videos taken that cannot that kid by the way exactly how my day's work. I'll just outside on. Here's just a quick little jog hold on that video. Just a quick little jog midday before practice on that video couldn't have been it might have been actually it's the least self-aware video I've ever seen in the history of any organization NCW putting video out is the dumbest fucking thing I've ever seen. Why are they doing that? Why would they even set themselves up for that just like March madness? How all of America comes again from March madness to watch it that was the biggest unifier of ever seen for college athletes..

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"minta" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"minta" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

"The author of inside burgundy and also website gesture Morris inside burgundy Hello, sir. How are you? Hey, good to see you. So in the late seventies. You were studying medieval history at Oxford. That's right. It was cool molten history. But it's spelt in fourteen eighty five off tonight America gets invented it becomes politics. The began with the venerable bead back in the eighth century. We called him of venomous speed and it went through, but I really liked that period. And the later middle ages because it was a period when people made the difference because he didn't have a big theme the one the religious pools that happened later it wasn't the industrial revolution. So actually made a difference. When somebody got up one morning and decided to do one particular thing, and it could change the life of the country. Oxford was where you really started a taste wine. I need had some interest before. But yes, because we didn't drink wine as a family time, but Oxford I got a little bit involved. My eldest sister are about she was studying and she got involved in wine tasting and tried to sway me to join. You. Don't want to do what? Your eldest sister tells you days to begin with. I said, no. But I was lucky enough to have nice rooms in college, which is very central Oxford. And she said would it be possible to borrow vase rooms to meet? Wine tasting group. And so since I was prepared to lift a used the rooms. That's what I've been for one or two sessions and didn't take long to get hooked. And eventually you and your sister, both became master wine. Yes. That's right. I mean having being through the Oxford experience, we didn't find taking exams difficult. And so that was an enormous advantage. So that was in the eighty s eighty five also during the extra time, you met your future business partner. Yes. I did. I knew him because his two daughters from his first marriage zooming around that time, I got to them a little bit go with them to meet him and he subsequently for his second life, married. My other sister IRA Minta, so he had a restaurant cello by tests, which is where then met my wife because she became chef. And I went to soda wine this with one day and stayed the night, and we got married very soon after so tiny. But in was a big inspiration foamy, and he's sorta passing who's always throwing out ideas. And if somebody else wanted to take out one of those ideas run with them something happened. And so he said to me casually. Why didn't we start a wind business nights? All yes. Good idea because you had been doing a little bit of retail right before that what we'd actually already had the idea when.

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"minta" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"minta" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Etc. Is it just this is just gambling picking a favorite horse? Yeah. Essentially, kind of unless you unless you really know. Well, yeah. You measure over over the long periods. You look at graphs of growth like ooh, this seems to go up and down or this seems to have been losing over the past five years. Let's get out of that. Let's one seems to be doing well over the long haul. But think about this because this is where people overcomplicated we're talking money. It's nickel and dime time is that when you invest again, you're generally doing this over at least a five to ten year period. You're investing wanna grow. Now. This is separate from your 4._0._1._K, which you should automatically be investing in mutual funds. They're okay. But this is for additional. Investing that you can do but get this some people say, well, what about that two thousand eight financial crisis? Well, first of all, you don't need to grab all your money out at that time. Okay. But had you not sold your stock during the two thousand eight financial crisis. Your investments would have gone down and then increased three hundred and twenty four percent today. So you see the growth potential is so much greater when stocks do poorly. The low point of the of the Dow Jones was at six thousand back during the financial crisis of two thousand eight we are today at over twenty five thousand which means if you just had an index fund of the Dow Jones, then your money would have essentially quadrupled. You know, what I mean if you just had that same ten thousand in there. Yes, he do the second myth about investing as I will lose all my money, but we've already establishes. Here's a well known that you can think of if you're considering investing seven percent the stock market. Average return is seven percent is if you start all the way back to nineteen fifty and go all the way up to twenty eighteen. The average return is seven percent on whatever money you have invested. Which means you'll make on average seven percent a year when you invest, but in order for that to happen to soften any of those dips in the market because some years, we'll be upset you'll be down. Again, they suggest be investing for more than ten years and invest in something broad like in Ryan. Inflation is going up at two percent a year guys. So if you just say, I'm just going to save my money. I got bad news for you. You're losing money because inflation goes up at two percent. So you need an investment vehicle that is growing on average more than two percent. Just to outrun inflation. Yes. So how many index funds? Do you guys? Have. I don't know. I think I have five and these are all in my retirement. Okay. Okay. Donna. And then I don't have an answer to that question. I have someone who handles my which is something that everyone should look into especially once your money gets to a certain point if someone who is really doing their due diligence to find you investment vehicles that have a better return than just the market, right? A lot of people also say it's complicated investing. It's nickel and dime time. We're debunking investment myths. That's a scary word. None of us like to talk about it. Only sounds complicated. This on financially Minta calm because there's a lot of weird financial jargon in the middle. And people will tell you you need to spend hours doing research, and how to invest in this that and the next thing. However, that's only because we just don't teach this stuff in school, which we should. Yeah. We teach the Pythagorean theorem which.

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LA Rams beat Minnesota Vikings 38-31

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:44 min | 2 years ago

LA Rams beat Minnesota Vikings 38-31

"In the man cave. One of the things that's being talked about is. What happened in the the Rams showdown against the Minnesota Vikings? And what in the world is going on? This is a hint as to what happened one of the world is going on with the Minta soda Vikings. They are not what they were billed to be. And I used to cover Mike Zimmer who's the coach of the Vikings really like him when he was a coordinator with the Dallas Cowboys and boy the Vikings go out they pay a fortune for Kirk cousins. And it's it's not working out quite the way they were hoping and part of the reason is because they ran into a hot ran ram team and Jared Goff here. Listen to this connection for golf. What? Goth throws over the middle. Touchdown. What ties franchise record? Touchdown pass of the cave haram style lead thirty seven twenty eight thirty seven twenty eight thanks to the Westwood One radio network for that it was the Rams over the Vikings thirty eight thirty one and the end Jared Goff who was the young quarterback for the Rams twenty six of thirty three four hundred sixty five yards and five TD's Todd Gurley. Seventeen carries eighty three yards. So the Rams are perfect. Therefore, no three no at home in front of the home

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"minta" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"minta" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Some things if you talk about, I might say, I might just might find a double multiplication of the Horseheads in your bed. If you just say. Maybe have a horse head and that's why that's why it's so difficult because a lot of entrepreneurs are. When they've started a business, it's a successful business. They think more their own business than anybody else does, and that's true. They should show your business. But if your guy out there, you think it's time to sail, get realistic this things with billion. It doesn't matter what somebody thinks it's worth. It's what they can afford to pay. What think afford to borrow actually. Turn Balki through this though, but like give the example. There's a person recently who I can think of in my life. That's it's a very good at building building building homes and very skilled of Minnesota varies. Very nice. They build the ice shacks that you is fish. They do not. That's not a shanty Chantal, no, but they built very nice luxury homes. And I remember as young kid working for this person for a while and we're talking about the nicest houses in Minta Minnetonka is up there to three Benjamin soda, but remember when the economy got to a place where anybody could borrow money for anything before the recession. Oh yeah. There's a time called ninja or Nita loans? No income, no asset verification loans house at possible and no income, no job verification. Well, the economy was growing fast enough and so big President Bill Clinton wanted to speed it up anyway. He wanted to figure percentage of the population own. Owners and President Bush thought, well, we got speeded up some more long for talking about zero money down. People buying Ciro Megan's. I'm not getting it. Minnetonka people doing jumbo loans. They're getting to loans and they're called a balloon load. This is crazy, but see if you don't refinance into some kind of traditional financing within five years. The loan payment gets insane. Yeah, the Arhus people are building massive homes in Minnesota, Minnesota will this particular personal? I know very well. I went to work for him during the summers and we're building crazy houses. Like I'm talking ridiculously nice homes. I got hired my full time job was to build a retaining wall for this particular customer, who's her house earned was Judy and she had a beautiful house looking over Minnetonka in my entire job. The entire summer was to work with a guy named Joe and the Bob cat guy to build a retaining wall. There's three people are fulltime job was to build a retaining wall all summer. Well. Needed to retain stuff, three months. This guy was an actual bug cat. Now, these are three months and she had a spire going up her houses. Unbelievable modern day castle. Yeah. And what it was, it was a ninja loan or a Nina loan, no money down and she's crazy home. Well, now you can't do that to the economic correction. It doesn't matter how great you are building these like fairytale homes, somebody has to get a loan to be able to build this house or to be able to buy this house..

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"minta" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"minta" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"I would agree with professor broad in thinking that in most cases, certainly lots of and what comes through in the communications with the medium or the Pacific is perhaps not a complete personnel. Executive that may be, but is he's rather. Pigment of a pesonality. Peace comes through and. Establishes some kind of communication with the Pacific and in life. And in this case, we would have to assume that these traces lift in the psychic medium. This, these dividing Volta CS have some sort of power of being of establishing communication with the. The Pacific and sometimes bringing through some kind of ridicule information. But as I say, the majority of cases it does look, what he's coming through is is not a total personality, but only a piece of one. This may be because the communication is extraordinarily difficult for tween one mood of being another two on the whole. I think we have to envisage this possibility that what what in general is coming through is only a fragment of personality. Now, this means the it may be possible for the same human being to survey in several fragments, routine Asli. Present, let us take the case. A boy ex and boy way the by the close friends in the hood. The boy x. die. He's the boy who's on and leaves to ripe old age. Now, presumably he'd said he's able. The personality or some fragment of the personality of the boy ex associates. We've the ticks which left in the psychic medium by why. When he was a boy, I mean he may be associating we something that why has left behind him even as Tila ally. The it seems to be on the cards that them may be this. Survival of bits of personalities, which may communicate with disembodied. Personalities, even while the. The first personalities tilling life and the this, the boy x. devoid and the who was why we look ahead school on associated. And here. I mean, obviously seeing that this is a purely mental and subjective life which is going on in the psychic medium. We must assume that the association is necessary through similarity or through some other kind of psychological congruity that there's not an association to any spatial chemical relationship. But so did he threw some psychic congruity between the two groups of surviving experiences when now we'd make pursue this still further and assume that that way, as he grows ODA and. Net assume that he met his and he loses his wife a few years man gain. And then in later life has an accident, which say, reduces him to imbecilities where here he's already. His personality is broken up into a number of fragments. Each of which made leave it's Tracy's behind in the in the. Psychic, medium and associate with those. The surviving fragments of the people with whom he associated during life. So the he will, as I say, perhaps surviving several foams at the same time. This, I think he's a genuine possibility. Suppose that we now have to come to visit curious, difficult point. Suppose this kind of association of. Pregnant fess inanities possible within the psychic medium. What what can happen mean? Suppose that too. We assume that these. Volta sees which remain the Canada sheet with similar vortices. What? What can we envisage in this. Posthumous life here. Let me quote curious. An interesting passage of. CD bro has discussed this. He says, when we consider analogies with persistent for to seize stationary waves transmitting beams, etcetera. We can envisage a number of interesting and fantastic for civilities we can think of the possibility of powerful code listens. How show mutual annulment, Laurie enforcement, interference, etcetera. Between the side components of several deceased human beings in conjunction, perhaps we the non human flotsam and jetsam which may exist around us. There are reported meet in mystic phenomena and the logical Minta Casey's, not Austin simply involving medium ship, which suggests that some of these disturbing possibilities may sometimes. Realized then he adds. It is worthwhile to remember though there is nothing we can do about it with the world is it really es me easily be fun Nastya place. Then it would be if scientific materialism where the whole truth and nothing, but the truth. This is the characteristic, summing up type wrote, who said in a rise out of way that he would be more slightly more noy can surprise kind himself surviving..

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"minta" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"minta" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"I in our app. So it's an easier for you to use that as you locked in Reese research market research to be able to figure it high Kentucky being one of those successful? Well, one of the successful companies that response the requirement later on. So use that for your for your market research. So it kind of it kind of guides you through how. How to work with NASA, but then also lists opportunities that may be coming up or are going on within the future and status on how you guys are doing and making sure that, oh, maybe this is a space that I want to enter. They're they're doing. Pretty success at is exactly there beyond their women owned business goal in Houston. That's fantastic. Two us. And then if you want, you can take a quiz. I want to know more about small business right. And and we, you know, we say, hey, we have coming maybe to an area near you. So this is why you want to reach out to us and so hopefully can get to know about what we're looking for and hopefully can find a way to to work with NASA. Yeah, you lift your tour schedule on their exactly tickets for that. You know, I'm kind of interested. This is kind of a left turn, but you're, you're speaking so passionately about about small businesses. I wonder like, how did you get into the space? How did you get into the small business space. Okay. I used to work for a small business years ago. So small business lead was so small. It was so small that I used to. You know, I used to sweep used to vacuum. The floors. We used to run copy. We used to do everything ourselves because small businesses are so nimble, they, they can be able to respond to requirement. Quicker than a lodge. Business can cause business has to go through different layers to respond to the small business wolf work when something get it done, sent out to you and be make sure that they can give you the response unit in shorter time. So I work for small business that I, I was successful enough to work for business that had a contract at the Pentagon and said, working at the Pentagon sweating, the small business office, then I moved onto department of defense, business office, working in policy and Minta program there. And then NASA came up. A paternity came within NASA, and I started working here as a contractor. I loved it for another small. I've always worked for small businesses, so I understand how hard it can be as a small business when you are not going to be able to make payroll and undis- support that you can provide..

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"minta" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"minta" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"I in our app. So it's an easier for you to use that as you locked in Reese research market research to be able to figure it high Kentucky being one of those successful? Well, one of the successful companies that response the requirement later on. So use that for your for your market research. So it kind of it kind of guides you through how. How to work with NASA, but then also lists opportunities that may be coming up or are going on within the future and status on how you guys are doing and making sure that, oh, maybe this is a space that I want to enter. They're they're doing. Pretty success at is exactly there beyond their women owned business goal in Houston. That's fantastic. Two us. And then if you want, you can take a quiz. I want to know more about small business right. And and we, you know, we say, hey, we have coming maybe to an area near you. So this is why you want to reach out to us and so hopefully can get to know about what we're looking for and hopefully can find a way to to work with NASA. Yeah, you lift your tour schedule on their exactly tickets for that. You know, I'm kind of interested. This is kind of a left turn, but you're, you're speaking so passionately about about small businesses. I wonder like, how did you get into the space? How did you get into the small business space. Okay. I used to work for a small business years ago. So small business lead was so small. It was so small that I used to. You know, I used to sweep used to vacuum. The floors. We used to run copy. We used to do everything ourselves because small businesses are so nimble, they, they can be able to respond to requirement. Quicker than a lodge. Business can cause business has to go through different layers to respond to the small business wolf work when something get it done, sent out to you and be make sure that they can give you the response unit in shorter time. So I work for small business that I, I was successful enough to work for business that had a contract at the Pentagon and said, working at the Pentagon sweating, the small business office, then I moved onto department of defense, business office, working in policy and Minta program there..

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"minta" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

WLRH 89.3 HD3

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"minta" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

"Our foreign policy but we are involved and our involvement is our value added we live and work overseas we speak languages we tend to develop years of expertise if not in regions than on specific thematic issues and in this administration there is almost no consultation with the people who actually know about the issue know the history of the issues i think the recent episode in north korea is a perfect example the approaching this administration was to send now secretary mike pompeo and have him have a few conversations and then minta coin and there is almost a one man band foreign policy aparatus that operates out of the oval office for those who've worked in in latin america having foreign policy managed by one man and his family is very reminiscent of sort of culture personality figures very much so and when family members are involved as key advisers you know i've spent a career going to places around latin america and looking at the organic gram of who sits in what office and a lot of latins have told me you know john that's good too that you know who the minister of security is or you know the secretary for judicial issues but really the person you have to know his his brother his wife because that's the real power there and we'd never had that the united states we have been country i mean not that there haven't been the kennedy family had family members and others but they were qualified and universally recognized as qualified one of the problems with mexico policy has been that it has been put on the shoulders of a young man the president's soninlaw who really doesn't know much about mexican and that's not to say he's a bad person to say that he can't learn but you have somebody like roberta jacobson who was our ambassador there who had spent thirty years working on mexico who knew everybody and she's not invited into meetings with the mexican president so that's a real problem linked to me why that's a problem i think defenders of the president would say jared kushner has a direct line of communication to the president of the united states who will actually listen to him and that's okay but that means that jared kushner if he is going to play that role should at least be informing the president.

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"minta" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"minta" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Our foreign policy but we are involved and our involvement is our value added we live and work overseas we speak languages we tend to develop years of expertise if not in regions than on specific thematic issues and in this administration there is almost no consultation with the people who actually know about the issues know the history of the issues i think the recent episode in north korea is a perfect example the approaching this administration was to send now secretary mike pompeo and have him have a few conversations and then minta coin and there is almost a one man band foreign policy apparatus that operates out of the oval office have worked in in latin america having foreign policy managed by one man and his family is very reminiscent of sort of cult of personality figures very much so and when family members are involved as key advisers i've spent a career going to places around latin america and looking at the organic gram of who sits in what office and a lot of latins have told me you know john that's good too that you know who the minister of security is or you know the under secretary for judicial issues but really the person you have to know his his brother his wife because that's the real power there and we'd never had that the united states we have been a country i mean not that there haven't been the kennedy family had family members and others but they were qualified and universally recognized as qualified one of the problems with mexico policy has been that it has been put on the shoulders of a young man the president's soninlaw who really doesn't know much about mexican and that's not to say he's a bad person to say that he can't learn but you have somebody like roberta jacobson who was our ambassador there who had spent thirty years working on mexico who knew everybody and she's not invited into meetings with the mexican president so that's a real problem against me why.

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"minta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"minta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In policy but we are involved and our involvement is our value added we live in work overseas we speak languages we tend to develop years of expertise if not in regions than on specific issues and in this administration there is almost no consultation with the people who actually know about the issues know the history of the issues i think the recent episode in north korea is a perfect example the approaching this administration was to send now secretary mike pompeo and have him have a few conversations and then minta coin and there is almost a one man band foreign policy aparatus that operates out of the oval office for those who've worked in in latin america having foreign policy managed by one man and his family is very reminiscent of sort of culture personality figures very much so involved as key advisers i've spent a career going to places around latin america and looking at the organic gram of who sits in what office and a lot of latins have told me you know john that's good too that you know who the minister of security is or you know the under secretary for judicial issues but really the person you have to know his his brother know his wife because that's the real power there and we'd never had that the united states we have been a country i mean not that there haven't been the kennedy family had family members and others but they were qualified and universally recognized as qualified one of the problems with mexico policy has been that it has been put on the shoulders of a young man the president's soninlaw who really doesn't know much about mexican and that's not to say he's a bad person to say that he can't learn but you have somebody like roberta jacobson who was our ambassador there who had spent thirty years working on mexico who knew everybody and she's not invited into meetings with the mexican president so that's a real problem again to me why that's a problem i think defenders of the president would say jared kushner has a direct line of communication to the president of the united states who will actually listen to him and that's okay but that means that jared kushner if he is going to play that role should at least be informing the president.

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"minta" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"minta" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dot com this is pri public radio international president trump called off his summit with north korea for now maybe the approach initiative ministration was to tweet out some thought send mike pompeo have a few conversations then minta coin that doesn't work out so well we hear from former ambassador john feeley on the problem with president trump's foreign policy the sunday on weekend edition from npr news which will be coming your way about five o'clock here on k q e public radio as far as the weather goes to be nice and warm for today compared to last couple of days looking at temperatures ranging from the sixties seventies around the bay mid eighties inland and pretty much into the nineties as you head towards the sacramento valley tomorrow should be warming up even more for memorial day as temperatures will be in the nineties well inland and midnineties in sacramento it's four forty now at key weedy public radio living on earth i'm steve kerr would back in nineteen fifty nine a physician and baloch see mississippi let a group of black people onto a segregated beach to protest discrimination the protesters were repulsed by white homeowners and the police but the weighed in as it was dubbed became part of the civil rights movement not only in the deep south but also in the north connecticut and other northern states also had a long history of wealthy white folks barring people of color and the less affluent from there sandy shorelines so in the nineteen sixties the connecticut beaches on long island sound became the target of weight ends often led by activists ned cole historian andrew carl has written a book titled free the beaches the.

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"minta" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"minta" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Northern nevada marmande from cedar mountains we are marmande dot org president trump called off his summit with north korea for now maybe the approach initiative ministration was to tweet out some thoughts send mike pompeo had a few conversations then minta coin that doesn't work out so well we'll hear from former ambassador john feeley on the problem with president trump's foreign policy the sunday on weekend edition from npr news weekend edition starts tomorrow morning at five and goes through ten am this is k q e d fm this is the moth radio hour from pr x i'm sarah austin genetics and we're featuring adventure stories in this hour the wild ride that some people seek our next door retailer is brian gavin brian lives in denver colorado and he told the story in a moth main stage in boulder a few years ago the of the night was high anxiety and it's a great story for the theme you'll see why here's brian live at the moth in colorado i've always been an adrenalin junky i love driving fast in my car i love zipping through the woods in my on my snowboard my skis and i really love back slipping my bmx bike what i haven't really experienced was flight it was something that i'd always been interested in but hadn't had a lot of experience with specifically helicopter flight i always thought that was the most awesome craft to pilot being quick and light and nimble and when i saw an ad in the westward paper announcing an introductory offer for thirty minutes of sightseeing in thirty minutes of instructional time i felt like it was speaking directly to me so i called them up immediately and set my appointment.

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"minta" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"minta" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Harry minta is journalist specializing in women's rights and she isn't buying that idea at all if you're looking at the difference between the sign zero and a slice twenty four yes that's a big difference but since two different street is zero and a size twelve or fourteen i actually think pushing to say that we should force women to pay more because of their sizing clothing not only is a fat tax we know when we shame people for this is actually they tend to hide it home eat more get bigger now charlotte water newlook saying i i know you wear new because you were in new on you have got my bargain you look boots like say on today so they have responded they're saying they're in the process of reviewing the prices of the plus size collection in a way which works best for its customers and business interesting leave out they're not saying they're going to low the prices though they've they've not said they're going to keep the prices as they are so they they aren't making a statement as to what they're actually going to do further than having this review you of their prices and is this an issue in the rest of the world is now whole heard of old navy a big huge chain store in the us owned by gap now they've had a very similar issue to this and in two thousand fourteen a woman actually started a petition got more than twenty thousand signatures because she found out that women's plus size clothing though being charged more for than women smaller sizes but men's clothing it didn't matter what size what waistband was the men were still paying exactly the same price now old navy said that was because there was more detail going into plus size garments in the fabrics and the designs and the details but people are still unhappy and actually i went on the old navy website a few minutes ago and that's still seems to be the case one pair of jeans for plus size collection you can be spending a lot more money on them than something from a smaller size if you're a woman if you're a woman but yes if your man doesn't matter what way size you are you'll still pay the same flat price.

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"minta" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"minta" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Harry minta is journalist specializing in women's rights and she isn't buying that idea at all if you're looking at the difference between the sign zero and a slice twenty four yes that's a big difference but since two different street is zero and a size twelve or fourteen i actually think pushing to say that we should force women to pay more because of their sizing clothing not only is a fat tax we know when we shame people for this is actually they tend to hide it home eat more get bigger now charlotte water newlook saying i i know you wear new because you were in new on you have got my bargain you look boots like say on today so they have responded they're saying they're in the process of reviewing the prices of the plus size collection in a way which works best for its customers and business interesting leave out they're not saying they're going to low the prices though they've they've not said they're going to keep the prices as they are so they they aren't making a statement as to what they're actually going to do further than having this review you of their prices and is this an issue in the rest of the world is now whole heard of old navy a big huge chain store in the us owned by gap now they've had a very similar issue to this and in two thousand fourteen a woman actually started a petition got more than twenty thousand signatures because she found out that women's plus size clothing though being charged more for than women smaller sizes but men's clothing it didn't matter what size what waistband was the men were still paying exactly the same price now old navy said that was because there was more detail going into plus size garments in the fabrics and the designs and the details but people are still unhappy and actually i went on the old navy website a few minutes ago and that's still seems to be the case one pair of jeans for plus size collection you can be spending a lot more money on them than something from a smaller size if you're a woman if you're a woman but yes if your man doesn't matter what way size you are you'll still pay the same flat price.

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