25 Burst results for "Mkx"

Will Joe Biden be the Food Tech President?

Smart Kitchen Show

05:46 min | 2 months ago

Will Joe Biden be the Food Tech President?

"We're here for another editorial podcast. We're gonna go around the horn. We have with this gin marston jen. Hello chris albrecht are you. I'm good how you doing mike. I'm doing well. I feel like today's this week is a little more relaxing than last week. Which i know about you guys kept hitting refresh. My browser to get news. Don't have to do that this week. just a little bit of a relief on that regard but the the food tech news is actually pretty hyper active this week and i feel like there's been like three or four stories around mcdonald's in the new plant beefburger alone chris the mkx plant. Can you tell what's going on with that dude. I have no idea. It's kinda crazy. So they announced yesterday they had some investor virtual investor day. today were recording on tuesdays. This was monday suddenly like. Oh we've got this thing called plant. So this is a notable for a few reasons. One of which being mcdonald's has sort of sat out here in the us anyway on the plant based burger craze so whereas burger king introduced impossible whopper last year and white castle has it's impossible sliders and even burger king had an upper. Kfc had dipped its toes in with some pilots on plant based chicken. You hadn't heard anything from mcdonald's than they had run some tests with something. They called the plt eighties. Kid makes me think of pyti but the plt up in canada which they did in conjunction with beyond. Now here's where it gets interesting. Because in the announcement yesterday they said. Hey we're making this plant Which on its own makes you want to say macpoilin for those people who watch the it's always sunny in philadelphia the The so this mc plant burger is coming next year But they didn't say who what they said. Actually they said developed Culinary team made by mcdonald's for mcdonalds so hearing that was like okay. they're making their own. They tried beyond didn't do what they wanted to do. So they're making their own and then a lot of people reported this right so beyond stock took a tank took a dive yesterday. Because they're like. Oh you're not be doing it for mcdonald's and then mcdonald's came around and said oh actually you know actually rephrase this so mcdonald's center around a clarification and let me just because this gets crazy so their pr person sent me calms team. Sent me an email saying in the same way. Mcdonalds has not run its own farms. We are not manufacturing plant based meat for the client platform notice. It's a plant for platform about a food We will rely on our suppliers the third leg and mcdonald's three legged stool blah blah blah blah blah. Right then it says mc beyond meat was our testing partner for the plt plant based burger in canada and we have not announced which suppliers we will work with on mcclymont so clear as mud like cagey cage. Yeah well and then beyond came out yesterday and said hey actually. We co created the plant and You know they were but that was on their own call. Mcdonald's didn't say anything about it right so The but beyond said beyond meat and mcdonald's co created the plant based patty which will be available as part of mc plant platform. But they don't say going forward. That beyond meat is the supplier right. So this may sound muddled because it we're still trying to figure sort through the news it does sound like there may be implying it but there's no definitive i did I think you may be posted in the slack. The picture of the beyond beyond meat stock in lewis. One of those pictures were it. Went off a cliff around eight. A m and win. There's a curfew Around at all of a sudden jumped back up like it was a huge like And so i. I don't understand the kgb's mcdonald's wants everyone to think that they do everything themselves. But like we know they don't grow their own potatoes or simply naito they. We know that they work with the we know they don't own a cattle. The work with farmers wasatch secretiveness. I i don't have. They ever co branded a burger before I don't think so no so. I mean that you could say that for anybody like i don't have white castles. That are burger. King has ever done that but you know they look at impossible. Burger right with the impossible Beyond the big. Doesn't i mean burkey has impossible right rapper. And and i guess from mcdonald's perspective maybe thinking well there's not a lot of differentiation if like all of a sudden a bunch of other fast food restaurants are having beyond meat in their burgers I think maybe they just wanna claim that it's uniquely felt for them I don't know other than that. I can't really feel why. I mean i think then possible walker was developed. Fairly uniquely for them. I mean it. Has that weird kind of gross x-ray on like that a grill taste or that flame royal tastes that his uniquely burger king. Impossible has Which makes me think they've spray somewhere chemical on it but But i i get it and by the way mc plant can we just discuss the name a little bit like myself walked in. He goes dead. Mcdonald's has a new plant burger called mc plan because he goes. I started laughing. How dumb the now. This is my teenage son. So yeah it's not playing well the number that it is has it said. It's like so absurd. You can't forget it

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"mkx" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

06:37 min | 5 months ago

"mkx" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Not. Sure what? Somebody's saying if I look at Mark Zuckerberg surfing I'm just covered in. White White Suntan lotion just kill. One of George just put on goes. Jesse for the people. Give Jessie a single here for the people. You know you so stunning. His crazy. Not that you don't look like that in real life because you do. But here's the thing like me looking at myself. I don't feel that way. You look great you do you do it's coming from from right there. It's directly on daddy right now, I should hide in the shadows at this point. Just, really we can call it a day. You've you always look amazing by the way. Amazing. Okay. So the guy named Dean mkx Lincoln mkx Lincoln let's just McConnell links. Mrs. Cookie, dough that accidentally set out over night. It's true I used to work at Papa John's I. Look like the dough is premade and it's back in the cooler. It's the Whitest pasty as thing you could ever see and that's exactly what I look like. Dangerous. Dingus you've really really hit the nail on the head. No. Wasn't feeling terrible. Got Myself already like now we're going we're going all in. Let's lean into it all the way today. James. Why Want to say one one thing really quick about why we may be a little bit hard to find. Do you think it was the Jello stone thing. Who knows at this point? Jello stone I but I want to acknowledge this because I do see these comments all the time and I get messages all the time somebody sent me a screen shot yesterday. Of them just going through a youtube tutorial trying to find our channel. For this one listener he said, Hey, man, I'm just going video at like these videos Aj gamble what's up in an frank had a tan than Ross This is really getting hilarious now. A Spray Spray Tan. What what's the? WHAT'S THE DEAL Either Way He sent a youtube tutorial yesterday of Heyman. Here's I had to try to find your video. On this one listeners thing is listed as safe for kids and it's like you have to go through this thing and it's like, no, this is definitely not safe for kids. We went through the program yesterday all of the back end of this and. We're marked not safe for kids so like. Clearly, something is happening behind the scenes I. Dig into. A deeper conversation. We're not gonNA stop having guests because we're worried about youtube blocking US or talking about whatever it is and. rogin starts on September first on spotify. So video will be available on spotify we are talking with them. So that could be an option sooner hopefully it is, and then we can just tell you to. To go fuck itself. But I I'm hearing all everything you're saying all the messages I get it again, the only way to beat it as like buttons like hammer like button and like comments but that's about it. To be fair but I am getting all your messages and I promise like I'm reading them and I watched the five minutes video yesterday from from one of the listeners I want to say was bill scofield maybe. Either way. That's what's happening and we know we can't stop it. And Jesse looks. Amazing today. Is. Only, fans account next for you because after reading the Bella Thorne story last night. I think it might be the way she crashed the site. She made one million dollars, actress. Bella Thorne sort of an actress. Mona use the term actress in air quotes there. Right Kevin Neal's okay crashed. Crashed it. And said. Hey. We're all. We're all good on only fans. We're GONNA make a million dollars a day. He's up to two million. Now they've fixed sites up to two million now in less than three days. I don't understand it. From an outsider's perspective, you guys talk about this Umbro S, but I want to talk about it here because clearly. I mean I'm staring you right now. I always say this on the show that you're the hottest girl in the planet. Whatever the new set is doing to you it is you look like you were in another fucking planet maybe we should only fans your whole shit and then just retire after that. Maybe I'm night doing shows nicer to Giorgio. Do you know what I mean? something. Maybe Georgia's lakes me a little bit better listen. No it's a process we're going to get there I wear a lot of makeup you actually let's be real. It's a lie I've seen you with a much bigger. It's all over. No, it's all over my face but anyway, no such thing as a natural beauty said a million times literally no such news close as a guess. So. Explain this to me and I'm being totally dead serious forget that we're married or okay no you. Don't know you. Okay. Okay. I look Bella Thorne. And I don't think she is that attractive her nudes are great and congratulations on that If you don't remember that story, we did talk about it maybe a year ago where An ex boyfriend was trying to blackmailer by. Saying hey man. I've got these news that you sent me and texting me or whatever, and she goes fuck you. I'll put these out on twitter for free for everyone to see and shut down the guy didn't get any money and in truthfully her account exploded after that right? But. I don't think she's necessarily that attractive. Whereas you are why couldn't you make that kind of money what goes on behind the scenes only fans that they're these people are giving away to make that kind of money. Okay. So anyone that follows me on instagram knows. It's hard to get it. It's hard to get a response right? You're not a social media person not a social media person so like about there's that I. Love that about you. Thank you the second I need to work on it but the second thing I've asked this on a live show me and tiffany both on our goodbye from or goodbye North Carolina show and we were both like listen we talk about this on our show all the time these girls are making so much money.

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Fact that's Myth

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:09 min | 11 months ago

Fact that's Myth

"Welcome to kids myths and mysteries. I'm your host Kent crump in my investigation into the paranormal the metaphysical. I'm lucky net. Ghosts and poltergeists inspectors. I'm lucky psychics. And mediums and clairvoyance from the side of myth and fact yesterday we looked. Pope Joan a female pope on the point of being a myth. That could become a fact today. We're going to look at a fact. That is being regarded as remiss. We traveled from Rome to the Northwest Territories in Canada. It's a South Mahoney in Canada's Northwest Territory and is a world heritage site but it is mostly inaccessible. It missed the ICE age. It is comprised of thousands of square miles. Boreal forests never touched by man. But Hanni river is intersected by four ballets numerous canyons during the great Alaskan Gold Rush than the Hani us. The river was thought to be a shortcut to the Yukon. And that's where the story really begins in Nineteen Five. A young Indian boy emerged from the valley was several gold nuggets that he gave to a local bishop who had them made into a gold chain for his watch fact. That was all it took for. Two young men will in Frank McCloy D- to venture up in the Hani Valley Panning. The various creeks and streams that flowed into the river. They found gold at least according to a diary that was found at the site of their cabin when they hadn't returned by the following year a search party including a third brother said out and found their headless bodies tied to a couple of spruce trees upside down. More fact this was the beginning of the Grizz legend that became headless or deadman's valley from nine hundred ninety six when the bodies were found to nineteen sixty over. Fifty prospectors entered headless valley in search of the MIC. Lloyd's Gold Mine and some vanished and others were found headless more fact headless valley was an area never touched by the great ice age. It is said to be heated by underground thermals than Hani itself passes between thousand foot cliff. Walls areas of the valley are believed to have been a refuge for the woolly. Mammoth a strange bear dog. Like creature called Awadhi La along the cliffs lived Naja Naja Indians that unlike the donets simply vanished so remote as an Hani Bali that fewer than a dozen men have visited this area enter Albert faily born in eighteen eighty eight Minnesota by the age of twenty three. He was running a hundred mile trap. Line along the layered river one of the tributaries leading into the Hani. This was nineteen eleven just six years. After the McCloy brothers headless bodies had been found after decades wondering along the layered. Hani working trap lines as body was no longer up to the task in the mid nineteen fifties s and in his late sixties. Albert failure decided to go after the mkx. Lloyd's Lost Gold Mine. He was a longtime resident of Fort Simpson. And once the ice had left the rivers he would set out in a twenty foot. John Book loaded with supplies for the five hundred mile trip. They would take him to the mouth of what was referred to as headless valley or headless creek the site where the headless bodies of the mkx. Lloyd's had been found all those years ago. Besides the daunting mileage. He portage round. Virginia falls twice the height of Niagara. Falls a task. That would take him a week just to move his supplies. Once above the falls he would build a second boat and continue up the Hani one year. His goal was capsized in rough weather and he almost drowned another trip. Winter set in early while living in a hastily constructed cabin he had gotten scurvy and pulled out several loose teeth with pliers year after year trip after trip. He come up short and half to turn back by nine hundred sixty two. At the age of seventy four. He was still making the trip communist close to forty miles to the McCloy mine. Once confronted by another resident of Fort Simpson. He was asked if he was going to try again. Now remember seventy four. He answered that he would be dead or drown before he would quit on a personal note. I I learned of Albert faily and a headless valley. Forty-eight probably fifty years ago now when he was still making the trip I was in high school. An eighteen minute documentary was made in nineteen sixty two about Albert failure. You can now watch on Youtube. It's an amazing story about an amazing man and this is like a lost world. This is up fact. Pack story yet. A lot of people consider it miss miss about the Naja what happened. These Indians myth about gold mine of the MIC Lloyd's so a fact based story that's regarded as missed and at some point. Someone will find the mine and it will become

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Exploring the Limits of Transfer Learning with a Unified Text-to-Text Transformer

Data Skeptic

09:59 min | 1 year ago

Exploring the Limits of Transfer Learning with a Unified Text-to-Text Transformer

"I asked you to come on the show to discuss the paper. You and your call. Thursday recently published exploring the limits of transfer learning with a unified unified text. Text transformer so maybe to kick things off even though the name kind of is self explanatory. What is a text to text transformer the distinction distinction that we're making mayor? Is that in this paper. We cast every tax problems so every natural language processing problem as text. Text problem problem. And what I mean by that. Is that whether you're doing tax classification sentiment analysis textual entail -ment or whether you're doing machine translation in translating from French English or if you're doing some reservation whatever we catch the problem as a text attacks problem so for example if you want to determine if a sentence is grammatically correct you'd feed the sentence into the model and the model would output something like correct are incorrect like the literal word indicating the correctness of the sentence. If you wanted to translate English to German you would feed in a string to the model something like translate English to German Colon and then the text that you wanted to translate and the model would output the German translation. And the reason we do this is that it provides into this general framework that can be applied to a huge variety of tasks and allow up and it allows us to try out a bunch of different ideas that have been posed in the last couple of years in the NLP space. I like the framework. And it's sort of intuitively appealing and logical. I think to most readers. Perhaps you could could sit here. Scratch my head and say is there some way in which it's not robust enough. What about regression task or predict probability can we cast problems like like that into a text? Text transformer in some elegant way. Yes so the funny thing is that we did actually include a regression task in our suite of tasks extent we evaluated on its called S. T. S. B. and the goal of this benchmark is to predict a floating point value between one and five that indicates how similar two sentences are what we ended up doing in that case is just Kuantan using the ground truth floating point values to the nearest point linked to so for example point three five would become three point four and then we convert that floating point value to a string so literally three period for and the model is trained to predict that string. And so what we've done. Is We basically taking this regression problem at turned it into a roughly twenty one one class classification problem. We're training them. All to predict these floating point values. It turns out that that range of precision is enough to they get state of the art results on this task. You don't have to be so precise if you think about it. If you and I tried to annotate how similar two sentences are and we probably aren't going to be in agreement within zero point two so even having this sort of error of zero point two from quotation is a big deal in in that case while it's a little bit funny that that's how we handle it you know just basically converting votes to strings. It does actually turn out into work while and achieve extremely competitive results on that benchmark. Yeah I think any criticism. There is a fairly leak one if you asked me to score Gore similarity tasks. I don't know that my personal ratings would be more consistent than that on a day to day basis exactly so early on and maybe this'll still exposed some of the bias of my interest in theoretical computer science but when we're talking about machines that output correct and these text text transformers and especially to the word limits in the title. I started to wonder if Kurt girdle and now and turning we're GONNA make an appearance. We don't really go in that direction. So what exactly do you mean by limit. Yeah so oh the limits that were exploring this paper mostly pertained to the limits of how large we can make these models and how much data we can train them on with the current hardware. That's available so we train. The model that had around eleven billion parameters on about seven hundred fifty gigabytes of tax are about trillion tokens bigger and more data than people have considered the past. And this isn't the only thing we did in the paper but that's what we mean by the limits. While I think everyone knew that these approaches were pretty scalable. I and I think many other people were surprised by how the performance just continued to get better and and better and specifically there was a benchmark called superglue. superglue was proposed about seven months ago and it was designed to consistent tasks that were hard for the best text models that we had at the time namely bird but easy for humans for the most part by using our tex detects framework and really not a lot of additional new technology except scale we were able to go from a huge gap in human performance to basically matching human level accuracy accuracy on the superglue benchmark the fact that this benchmark that was designed to be difficult for machines could be loosely speaking solved with by a very similar algorithm that was just made bigger in terms of the number of parameters and the amount of data that it was trained on it is still somewhat surprising to me so that eleven billion number for me personally as a reader. I'm starting to lose perspective almost like when you talk about the richest people in the world. It's it's funny money to me after a certain point. Could you frame the jump forward with your project in the context of was this a twenty percent gain over what other people were doing. Or how extensive of a leap forward in terms of parameters scales taking place here. Yeah so the common model sizes that people have been using for the past. Skier have been on the order of one hundred million parameters. So let's say one hundred million or maybe three hundred billion parameters. It was about a two orders of magnitude increase Jason Model size which loosely speaking represents how big we could make these models and still train them on existing hardware in a reasonable amount of time time. Yeah I guess. One thing that I would want to mention is that scaling is not the most satisfying solutions to these problems. You know it's great that we can get good performance by making the model bigger but currently it's still expensive to run in France on our biggest model can you. Maybe he framed that. I know you may not be in the finance department. No dollars and cents wise but And of course these costs are usually headed downward all the time. So this will not age age well but Perhaps we can frame terms of you know what would buy me a house or a new car or something like that. What sort of price points are the big big models is really costing as you said? It's a little bit hard to estimate for all of our models except the biggest model you can find the model to pretty good good performance on a new task in. Let's say a few hours on a single who had TPU and Co lead gives you the for free. You can also get the team hugh from Google cloud and forget the hourly rate. I'm sorry when it's free. You could do this with no money. Yeah exactly the problem. Is that our eleven billion perimeter model. You can't actually fit on the single cloud teepee you need to get a bigger slice of that accelerator that I mentioned earlier in order to get the bigger slice you have to. You can't do it on the free coal APP. TPU off the top of my head. I'm not one hundred percent. Sure how much it would cost to do this. Fine Tuning on our biggest model but I guess the point gene. Is that no one complains when you make models more efficient and in particular. I can't imagine running inference on one of these models on on a mobile phone at this point for example not to mention you know the free the free APP. TPU In terms of architecture. Obviously there's a lot of inspiration ration- that leads to something like this but there's also some novel components to your paper. Can you contrast a little bit about what's new and different from previous approaches coaches to the encoder decoder architecture. The funny thing about our paper is that a lot of the success in transfer learning for natural language processing past last year have been using models. That look like Bert which people have been calling an encoder only architecture and what that means is that basically. We're feeding text to the model and the model is doing some processing to that text at men at the end. It's out putting a single token that indicates the classification that you WANNA make for example. This was a change from the original transformer architecture which was an encoder decoder architecture in our paper week because we're casting everything. Everything has a text attacks problem and not as a tech advocation problem. which is what I free or excellent at our many of these other models were designed to do because we're actually doing mkx text and tax? We use the original encoder decoder architecture and in fact overall the model architecture is very similar to what was proposed in attention. All you need from the original translator paper our goal actually was not really to introduce new model architectures new free training objectives. Or anything like that we. Instead we're trying to take what was available to us in the field. Do a big systematic exploration of of all of these different ideas and components figure out what works and then eventually scale it up there are some minor differences in our transformer for example will be used relative position batting's which have been introduced a subsequent to the attention is all you need paper but otherwise our model is Very similar to just a vanilla

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Citizen Scientists Deserve Journal Status Upgrade

60-Second Science

03:15 min | 1 year ago

Citizen Scientists Deserve Journal Status Upgrade

"This is scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Jason Goldman in twenty eighteen biologist. Jan Van Daddy published a paper that described the discovery of five species of non native snails and slugs in southern California. The research would not have been possible whole without some twelve hundred volunteers. Who uploaded nearly ten thousand photos of gaster pause to the slime project. That's snails and slugs living in metropolitan to environments on an APP called naturalist so the entire existence of that paper is dependent upon the citizens scientists. How do you credit those people. Greg Paulie herpetology curator at the Natural History Museum of US Angeles. There's some very specific requirements that a lot of journals and a lot of academic Mkx society views and those requirements largely would exclude non-professional scientists. and to me that's absurd. That's why Paulie together with vendetta and several Australian. Biologists are arguing. That criteria must change to recognize citizen scientists as authors on Scientific Journal articles. They propose what they're calling group Co.. Authorship they make the case in the journal Trends in ecology evolution the author list on vendetta snail and slug paper includes the phrase citizen science participants in slime. But that phrase is absence when you look up the paper on Google scholar. The publication software simply isn't equipped to handle that kind of authorship and so it erases the group's vital contribution in another case several years ago in Australia. A team of researchers tried to condition native monitor lizards to avoid chowing down on the invasive and poisonous cane toads and for the the most part and worked with the only reason it was successful was because they partnered with the traditional landowners in North Western Australia. This group called the ball arrangers. Several journals flat out refused to allow. For the inclusion of the Rangers as Group co-authors eventually the researchers did convince the editors editors of journals to allow it. But the group's title was abbreviated as if it was a first and last name in online indexing software be rangers. The researchers has argued that these errors and omissions don't only render the critical contributions of an indigenous community as invisible they can also be perceived as discriminatory if the person who had made that contribution was an undergraduate or a graduate student who was trying to pursue a career in the scientists. We would all say no of course not person should be a CO author. That group of people should be a CO author. But we don't necessarily extend that same line of reasoning to citizen scientists allowing for Group Co.. AUTHORSHIP is not a new idea. It's in two thousand and four the Journal. Nature published a paper titled Initial sequencing analysis of the human genome. It listed as the sole author. The International National Human Genome. Sequencing consortium so. Let's just co OPS. This group authorship a model and turn it into group Co authorship. Since this really shouldn't be that hard doc. Thanks for listening. For Scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Jason Goldman.

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Mark Twain's complicated relationship with the typewriter

Retropod

04:50 min | 1 year ago

Mark Twain's complicated relationship with the typewriter

"This is a story about was by then on his way to becoming the world's most famous writer in humorous Huck Finn Tom Sawyer at the same time the tools of writing were undergoing a profound transformation from fountain pens with their leaking and smudging inc the pleasant sound of tapping a key whose corresponding letter was magically stamped to paper this new technology did not emerge with the speed the tweet according to an IBM history of the typewriter one of the first American attempts at producing such machine looked very much like a book Tour's block and unfortunately performed with about the same delicacy Christopher Leith scholes who was ultimately the first American L. D. typewriter like the ones we no longer use today was stymied early on when the only key could get to work was W but by eighteen seventy one when twain laid eyes on Remington in a Boston store the machines were somewhat reliable at least according to salesman twain and a friend were given a demonstration twain later recalled the salesman explained to us showed examples of its work and set it could do fifty seven words a minute a statement which we frankly confessed we did not believe so he put his type girl to work and we timed her by the watch she actually did the fifty seven sixty seconds we were partly convinced but said it probably couldn't happen again it did we time the girl over and over again with the same result always she won out twain asked for a price one hundred and twenty five dollars he was told it's like twenty five hundred bucks today he bought it on the spot Twain recognized its utility as a writing tool almost immediately in a letter typed to his brother that contained some what infrequent punctuation Twain wrote the machine has several virtues I believe it will print faster than I can write one may Lee back in his chair and work it it piles an awful stack of words on one page it don't must things or scatter inc lots around of course it saves paper but Twain fell out of love with me after a year or two I found that was degrading my character twain leader wrote via dictation in his autobiography instead of virtues he found the machine to be full of caprices full of defects devilish ones Twain gave his machine to his Rider Pal William Dean House Twain said ah without the typewriter in his life my morals began to improve it's worth noting here that Twain was a bit of a fibber even when telling stories intended to be true anyway Twain said House sent the machine back to him after just six months even away twice after that point said but it wouldn't stay twain tried to figure out who to unloaded on next he settled mkx train coachman who said was very grateful because he did not know the animal and I was trying to make him wiser and better as Twain told the coachman eventually traded it to heretic twain with ultimately come back to the typewriter he's eighteen eighty three book life on the Mississippi was the first literary work to be completed on the sheen according to scholars still twain thoughts about typewriters remained some of his most quoted lines especially a letter he appeared we sent Remington asking the company to cease and desist from using his name has an endorsement please do not use my name in any way twain wrote I don't want people to know I own this curiosity breeding little joker

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What Businesses Can Learn From the Collapse of Civilizations

Odd Lots

16:34 min | 1 year ago

What Businesses Can Learn From the Collapse of Civilizations

"Tracy. do you remember the episode that we did was not long. After after the two thousand sixteen election at the time and maybe still is one of our biggest most popular lots ever. Oh It's definitely one of my personal favorites and it was one of the earliest odd lots episodes as well right. I guess maybe at the time being the biggest at the time is not saying as much but nonetheless it was very popular we talked to an archaeologist about civilizational collapse right not just any archaeologists though one who has been called at various times the Real Life Indiana Jones right so I was like right after the election and of course like half the country was really freak out you know have the contrary probably thrilled. They have the country that was really freaking out was very interested in this idea like what is the end of civilization looks like look like because because maybe that's what we're seeing now right and so we brought on an expert a literal expert in the end or collapses of civilizations right and so very all the ominous signs. We walked through it. He's an expert on the collaborative the Mayans and you know what parallels if any there are between then and what we're seeing in modern society in the US that's right well. We haven't back that. It's very exciting exactly so we are once again talking about collapse ups and ancient civilizations but our guest this time he's been doing more work lately specifically on like parallels to kind of the business world and sort of taking theories from management and economics and applying them to see what parallels between that and again the what causes an organization to collapse so I find this really interesting because at the moment in particular you have a lot of hand wringing over what's going on with the big tech firms and of course for technology culture is such an embedded aspect of a tech firm and so people are talking about whether or not those tech firms arms are maybe not going to collapse. Although I guess you know there's a question mark over things like we work but whether or not they're heading for hard times and how that culture her is feeding into that in even if you don't get outright collapse like this idea of sort of endemic cultural problems that lead to rot I think is a really important phenomenon across all kinds of businesses beyond tech like just think about banks and or think about a bank like wells fargo that has headed numerous fines and scandals handles over the years despite the best ever to management to root out all that stuff it should extraordinarily difficult it seems to undo the rot that can form inside a complex organization right so how does that culture how does that organizational structure within a company actually impacted business and how does it change over time and what can we learn from the Mayans to preserve the robustness of companies all right so without further ado we wanNA bring back for a repeat performance on odd lots of Arthur demerist. He's the Ingraham professor of anthropology director at Vanderbilt Institute of Mesoamerican Archaeology Arthur. Thank you very much for joining us. Hi Oh yeah I'm. I'm happy to be on here. You know this is an audience that I think matters so. It's it's good to be on here. I have one quick correction though the collapse stuff it's got little with trump. I've been doing this since eighty nine and it's it's been building lowly and then in the last ten years all of a sudden. I'm in great demand everywhere to give talks so right I didn't that you just started jumping on the collapsed bandwagon. I do think that helped explain the interest at least that there I think it's the stuff that I worry worry about is more serious as the information technology people and business people and of course the global warming issue issue and but there's really I was surprised that's one reason why I'm doing this that the interest was was coming from beyond academics and from people who can actually make a difference and so I sort of shifted over to communicating on in these kind of venues and then I learned that business the strategic management theory partnership theory these things work really well on looking at ancient civilizations ends and so you know me and my collaborators who one of them is an expert in strategic management. I became a feedback cycle. You know where we're a providing information. We're trying to we have articles submitted to business journals and on the other hand we're using that for my archaeology journals right who try to explain collapse although I'm getting some flack on that so great businesses bad. It's evil capitalists like you guys so thanks so Arthur maybe just to begin with. Can you walk us through the parallels between a society like the Mayan civilization and what we see in business today a while well I will. That's my that's a book but AH civilizations people don't think they sorta like a bunch of people who kind of do the same things civilizations at their core networks. They're primarily political and economic omic networks because the ideas and the region the idiot that's tradition that continues even after collapsed so on but their networks and the political and economic mkx networks or you know as today are always almost inseparable so you start to look at why whole networks can collapsed and then how responses are because most collapses don't happen the governments corporations whatever their problem problem solving institution so there are responses and you can see which ones succeed or fail and of course that leads right into the kind of theory that everyone is doing in management strategic management investment. I mean you guys are in the channel in the prediction business business which is what I'm kind of into so a lot of that applies a lot of the same thing partnership network where using it to explain the relationships between cities economically and trade and politics and then ways in which those go bad and you have basically Lebed the equivalent of bankruptcies before we get into like I want to like really sort of a pull on some of these read sier and the similarities and how you can use management theory theory to understand archaeology and vice versa but before we dive down into that Tracy mentioned in the intro that people call you the real life Indiana Jones and so just to set the scene a little bit more like you're a real archaeologist in terms of what people have in their heads or you go to some remote location and you squat down down a lot and you dig up dirt and you look at stuff probably mostly pottery and things like that. I'm guessing just talked to us about what you've been up to a little bit in terms of your day to day life since the last time you appeared on the show. Well you know what I the Indiana Jones thing. I don't mind it. I used to not like it. I was told that once by Harrison Ford and that I discovered that it's good for business you guys know about that. It'd be so flattered if Harrison Ford Comey Indiana John's yeah. I'm sorry it helps to get the port but I do exploratory archaeology. I accidentally started working during the civil war in El Salvador as a graduate student and because very few people crazy I ended up being one of two archaeologists and then finally just one one and I had a whole kind of country to myself that was not much explored and I discovered it led to a very accelerated career and so ever since then I actually go to those areas where nothing's been done before or very little and I do explor- exploration ration- and then we do large scale multidisciplinary projects and that's the part. That's not like the Indiana Jones thing I mean you don't like you know read the gifts and kiss the girl grown shooting guns and all that I mean it's always and ninety percent of ninety but I'd say sixty percent of his lab work but we study ancient cities and right now so my entire project for the last twenty years is studying an ancient economic network that holds together and we're following. I mean we're literally. The research design is we do neutron activation other analyses. We discover that pottery jade or obsidian volcanic glass is coming coming from another place so we go and dig that place and then we dig we see about that. We saw we've we've actually covered thousand square kilometers but it isn't just the usual region or we are following an economic an economic network so there's I mean we do have we do dig lost cities in the jungle and we do have shoot outs with the bad guys and open terms and all that but that's just you know that's just what you have to do to get started then it becomes essentially the study of economy politics and sociology. IOS y'all of of cities and regions and networks as that works gotten bigger. It's gotten more and more parallel to contemporary the economic networks and multinational corporations so talk to us about what you've discovered because you know I remember a little bit from the previous previous episode but the Mayan Civilization was quite unique in in many ways and I remember you were talking about how they developed. A big trade network where goods were distributed attributed all over the jungle. What does that have to do with modern corporations or the modern economy well in again academic damage there. There's an I've learned that there's a great range of business theory and academic strategic management theory and so on is is probably a a little different but they're break their studies then lead to you know. CFO's reading about it and lead to something else but one of the things that they've been talking about for a long time it's just an example community networks which would be like the EU or even the Western economy where you have partnerships ships that are based on multiple partners. They have an ideology that they develop and business practices have to be within a range of legitimation. Shen and all of that and those kinds of community networks are very tight. One is what was developing in the jungle between all these different cities and then it stabilized and there was great wealth but just as today when when you read the journals about innovation network those are very profitable affordable but that kind of slows and they have a tendency to fall behind so then you have some firms or in this case city eighty states that make breakaway networks which are very high risk It's very much like the initial trading with with China. You know which is a very high risk but very profitable it. There's high high games but there's a high risk for seeing right now. In dealing with cultures societies economic systems that have a different ethic they'd have a different economic culture and reading about that that is exactly exactly what happened with this great city state conquest they were they were the big center for trade up city and all sorts of things coming from the highlands the Maya Economic Network that was so successful this community network all interacting with each other very stable started order to have a lot of problems and the rulers and the nobles of the city farther south made a decision to kind of turn away and it was very surprising I mean in terms of today it would be like China and given transport more and they started trading with long distance partners in other areas forming warming. You know initially. It's like die attic relationships that they say that it's just you know one city with another city. It doesn't have the stability of a multi partner network doc they were they in forty years they just boomed into this incredibly wealthy center and there was this giant like Venice this giant got purely commercial non non territorial kingdom and it then crashed and the whole story is just just just just like stuff out of you you journal so Arthur. How did how did Konkan managed to sort of differentiate itself from the rest of the mind civilization because often when when people think about big companies big multinationals. There's a lot of conformity there and there's a sort of Oregon organizational structure that encourages I guess cohesiveness piece of Ness. You're not necessarily rewarded for taking a risk and going off and doing something completely different. Conformity tends to be rewarded. So how did this particular city city managed to break away well again. This is where this is where the theories coming from a management schools really help you know there's institutional entrepreneurship where Oh you have entrepreneurship but it changes it changes the game playing a different game and that's one thing people don't realize it is very high risk and these these rulers were not stupid. You know they would make these innovations and scary part about responding to collapse is that they would do the right thing but but it would usually fail because of this legitimacy because both the consumers and the other firms. Let's say would would not buy into it. Give me what's an example okay so when you say they did the right thing when confronted with the risk of collapse but it but it didn't work it failed what specifically given given example of okay. Here's give an example of what you're talking about. Well I again. You know there's I'm just written something on four gift front. Using strategic man with my colleague I collaborate with a an endowed chair in Strategic Management Management and and conquest in for example. I can tell you about four four other states we just wrote on this but in Quinn but decision was to first shift away in terms of their trading partners and what happens when you have throughout history when you have new trading partners there's these risks and stuff but new ideas come in not just products but new ideas about structuring your own economic economic system and when my of conquest started trading with Mexican states that were far away and had a more market oriented economy every time they added a new trading partner the structure and Economic System at Colin Quinn changed and one of the things is this vertical integration. They were shipping stuff out you know in and out they were import export then they started instead processing it for stage processing which of course increases the value and then there was shipping it out semi-processed and then later later they started whole new industries in the production of jade and again preliminary stage not the final product talked about sort of free forms and and they did it. They started doing mass production. I mean just you the largest jade workshop ever found in the Americas and so you see these business ideas coming in and again this study's business architecture you see it in everything you see the palace changing from a great royal residence over forty years as eight reconstructions to a giant almost.

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A mysterious fast radio burst was traced to a galaxy 3.6 billion light-years away

BBC World Service

02:44 min | 1 year ago

A mysterious fast radio burst was traced to a galaxy 3.6 billion light-years away

"No this is not from your radio but an example of form of energy hold a fast radio boast that merges far away from planeta now for the first time an australian led team of researchers has determined the location of one of these signals transformed into audio for the human ear that has come from the galaxy three point six billion light years away it comes two years after researchers pinpointed a similar birth but this one is set to be different so what does this all mean and of course what exactly is a fast radio best i asked keith bannister the lead author of the study and astronomer at the commonwealth stein to fake and research organization it's a radio waves it's like what it says on the tin it happens very quickly in the blink of an eye so you can imagine it lost for about a thousand of a second and they're extremely bright so in that thousand of a second they shine full we can see them from about halfway across the universe But this is the first time that this has happened, right? i discovered in two thousand and seven and since then we've discovered about eighty only one of them which is one we call a repeat i which repeats has been really localized to galaxy we in that case we know it's home it's home galaxy but we've done this time is we've localized once i saw a burst that only happens once we've never seen it before or since and from that little shining did for that thousands of a second we were able to work out its name address and phone number it's a dress on the sky this is very exciting what do you think caused it well that's the that's the million dollar question for the and the other one that's been detected or localized to galaxy we have this model magneto model the magnetized is a type of star it's a type of neutron star to make magnetized usually neat need young stars magnetized loss very long you know they either die spectacularly oh you know become old and boring rockstars but foul and we actually found albus came from a much older and much bowl massive logic alexey than what we found in that first case so where does your research next very excited about this research there's two things that are really exciting is as i said working out exactly what they are where they come from and they come from a huge range of environments the second thing that's really exciting is that when we find foster radio vist we actually get straightaway how much guests on through and that's exciting because the guests between galaxies is where we think there's a whole bunch of meta hiding that we've never seen before so strong as an mkx terrible accountants right so we've lost half the matter in the universe so about four percent of

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"mkx" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"mkx" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And ends November, thirtieth house speaker Nancy Pelosi doubled down on her accusation that President Trump is trying to cover up illegal activity by ignoring house committee, subpoenas related to their ongoing investigations into Russian collusion. Speaking on Capitol Hill today, Pelosi said the president needs an intervention that's up to his family and his and his his cabinet and his staff in the White House. This is not behavior. That is a rises to the dignity of the office of president at an announcement of sixteen billion in aid for American farmers at the White House this afternoon, the president said Pelosi statement about an interaction proves that she has quote lost it. The president called it a nasty statement, the president and first lady quietly crossed the Potomac. Mkx river today to pay their respects to America's fallen heroes at Arlington National Cemetery. They placed American flags in front of several headstones and spoke with officers who are putting those flags in front of every headstone on that hallowed ground presidents, usually placed a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns on Memorial Day, but President Trump will be Japan, six oh, three on NewsRadio WFL a this is a Bloomberg market minute worries over the possibility of a protracted trade war with China weighed on stocks analysts say the rift between the White House and congressional Democrats and the tensions in the Middle East also got notice. The Dow Jones industrials lost two hundred eighty six points or one point one percent. The NASDAQ fell one hundred twenty three points more than one and a half percent, the S and P five hundred fell thirty four points or one point two percent FU Maharaj, J P Morgan asset management says hopes for a quick end to the trade war are fading consensus moving more towards a macaw Shen pessimistic. Outlook on the pain discussions. I'd say we have to get used to this new normal arosh says the risk of a US recession remains low shares of L brands rallied in the down market. The stock closed up nearly thirteen percent the parent of Victoria's Secret and other retail chains posted quarterly results that beat forecasts. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio..

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Overcoming Doubts, U.S. Economy Finds a Way Forward

The WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Overcoming Doubts, U.S. Economy Finds a Way Forward

"US economy grew at a solid three point two percent annual rate in the first three months of the year by far better outcome than expected, overcoming a host of head one's who've all been aware of global weakness, and a trade talks, certainly, and then we had a partial government shutdown. We've kind of forgotten about maybe at this point. But the advance in the GDP, which is the broadest measure economic. Mkx health is Dr Vollers told us many times in this show puts a little acceleration from the game in October through December periods. So there you go we'll see how the place of the

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"mkx" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"mkx" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"But all of this stuff is accounted for the Packers have had more yardage lost and dropped passes than any team in the sport. They are tracking this stuff. Right. But does anything happen to those wide receivers? I mean, that's that's what I'm wondering. Do they get negative stats because of it? That's that's what we'll try and whoever's putting it out there today have committees because we are talking about forming a quarterback committee to determine all of this committee is going to be filled with a lot of really important people, Dan. Now, the problem is you're not going to know your actual stats are probably year. So later because every plays gonna get reviewed by the committee. But they're going to be the most. Most accurate of stats when we're done fantasies going to be an issue. Let's ban the shovel pass while we're at it. That should be a run that should count as a run a pass throw it like a man throw the ball over your head. Women. Also, throw a football. What is that? Like a woman. The point is don't shovel it. All right. Shovel Baz be statistically qualify are classified. As a run is too much to ask them. I'm totally with you get your hand over your shoulder and throw that thing like a man or a woman actually I wanna see a league where it's only shovel pass. How far can you make it? Mahomes can throw a ninety yard shovel. He's going to do that before the season's over. He's just going for the nine against the ravens. I'm gonna run to the right Thailand. Him to throw a fifty yards over here. Hey, look that you guys have you ever seen one of those? Yeah. I've got a guy slanting across the middle twenty yards from me. I'm just gonna throw it to him like a shortstop making his way over the second. Second base bag on double yellow passes. Double the yardage Sal pass coming from certainly from a homes takes a snap and throws a bouquet back threat lefty earlier in the year. That's right. I mean, he's going to do. Well, Mike Mike is yesterday. Now that you've got guys, you know, there has been a proliferation of guys just simply jumping over tackles jumping over tacklers hurdling the mostly done by saquon Barkley, Mike is saying that we are going to have a futuristic once the next wants McVeigh has a mkx baby. That guy that baby is going to have an offense that pitches the ball when it's fifteen yards down. Ladder is unstoppable. It's just a risk will reward. It's too many people trying to protect the football. They're all scared of the football. I'm surprised we don't see that more on defense. But it's because coaches, these conservative coaches are so afraid of turnovers that nothing is worse than turnovers, and there's nothing more valuable internal they'd like. Turnover more than they like touchdown. Seriously. And so they're all very careful. But I if I'm the bears defense before it's done this season. I want to see the bears defense because they take the ball away start flipping around because they'll just take it away from me if they give it back to you read was a pioneer. He would always do that. Probably drive is coaches crazy but worked except the one time that it doesn't everyone gets really mad. The ball back at one time. Even though he scored twelve times. Oh. Only.

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"mkx" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"mkx" Discussed on Masters in Business

"And that's because it's it's become so transactional, you wanna white shirt? You go to the department store you buy a white shirt. But if you wanted to go and see what's there? You don't natural. Think to go walk through a department store and sort of browse and be be an having experience. And and what what neighborhoods is looking to do is bring back some of that experience. It's almost really a throwback to the way that the department stores used to be where you'd get you know, you could go and browse and look at something that seasonally appropriate, but also have a bite to eat at the lunch counter. And you know, we have a broader array of things to buy. And so these guys are curing lots of digitally native brands that are looking for retail points of presence because it's become obvious with businesses like Worby Parker like having stores actually matters because people want to touch and feel and experience your product. But then there are other larger more mainstream brands that are looking for new ways to activate and show off their products to their their existing consumers as well as new consumers. And then you see lots of like makers local folks, local craftsman that have cool products that they wanna share. They don't have a a big. Showcase a arena to do that. And then obviously wrap that all around with food and community music art, and it's a really cool installation in in sort of how how we think or at least the company thinks consumers want to shop in the next next generation, tell us about a time you failed and what you learned from the experience. So I was a banker, and and, you know, they're they're no no limit to the failure stories there. But one particular moment where I- I- consistently said. Yeah, I understood what I was doing and had no idea what I was doing. And I got it. Rai the end result of the analysis was completely wrong. And for that for me was was a heart failure to take. Because I never wanted to be the guy that got it completely wrong. But what it led me to understand and recognize is that I I'm not gonna walk away. If I don't understand what's going on. Mkx ask the don't assume that asked the dumb questions, you know in. A world like like banking, you get caught up in the jargon. And folks were dropping all sorts of terms. I had no idea what they meant. And instead of asking I just tried to figure it out and two o'clock became four o'clock became six o'clock in the morning, and I'm still looking at the blank screen, and it was it was an embarrassing awful failure. But it was the last time I ever had that failure interesting. What do you do for fun? We know you play tennis. But outside of that tell us what you do to keep either mentally sharp or fit outside of the office. So attempt tennis is the main thing I've got two young kids and try to spend as much time with those folks. And and you know, they're young boys and all they love to do is run around. And so I get a good workout with with those folks. But it's it's it's it's harder. These days to find that time to to get sharp. And I really I struggle with it. It's one of the things I really work on. But but I'm recognizing more and more. Now that I've gotta take the hour or two hours for myself and either go play ten. NS or go right on the peleton or whatever and try to try to sweat it out a little bit. If they millennial recent college grad came up to you and said they were interested in a career in venture investing. What sort of advice might you give them? I would say start a business really become an entrepreneur. I the I don't think that this was given much to my generation of college graduates. And I think again as we talked about the cost of starting a business or nothing and the opportunity cost of doing it when you're twenty two you know, if you fail you dust yourself off and onto the next to go get a regular job there. But you have so few opportunities to start a business and live off Rama noodles for for a year with your three three best mates in in a tiny either co worker co living facility or or small cheap apartments starting a business. All.

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"mkx" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"mkx" Discussed on WTVN

"Anywhere. I want to congratulate a few people our friend Ron to Santa's. The new governor of Florida our friendship, ROY new congressman. Many other wonderful folks out there, but I wanna tell you there were a few people who we offered to come on the program and either totally ignored us or just blew it off. Martha mcsally of Arizona. We had offered her to come on the program ten days before the election. The day before the election. Her people said, okay, we'll we'll come on because she was in trouble. They thought but you can only come in the first hour. Of course, we couldn't do that. The president was calling the first hour. So that's Martha mcsally. Senator Heller of Nevada we offered to have him come on the program his office. Excuse me, his campaign. Never got back to us. I think Mr. producer has two or three times not that I want. These people are care for them. I just wanted to help us win because of what we're up against. Brian mast who represents my district in Florida. We offered for him to come on he won. And he's actually very nice guy. But his people said we're trying to appeal the moderates. So. Come on after the election. Which of course, he won't. Because I won't happen. Buddy wants. So that's a good thing. Right. Anybody else? Adam lack salt somebody who I I like a lot. I've never met him. He's conservative. Was good friends with his grandfather. I consider mentor. There was a scheduling screw up. They apologized and Mr. producer went back. It was what last week petrol producer. We'll send them what come on now. And they they never got back. And unfortunately, he lost, unfortunately Heller lost MC sallies in a fight. And so forth. Mkx Sally had a lot of mending to do with conservatives. He she was very vicious in the primary attacking her to conservative opponents. And that's why she may win. But she'll squeak it out. Because she's a rhino. But we supported even rhinos in this campaign. Give them what was at stake. Didn't we? And yet we heard about daybreak our buddy daybreak lost by what a thousand votes, eight hundred votes, something like that. At work got back that Eric Cantor's friends the establishment types in that district actively was working against a brat. See unlike us when we see there's a battle where we need to be as supportive of the party for the purposes of holding the line against what the house is about the do. The establishment doesn't think like we do. They have. Very little substance and very little morals. They don't think like we do. And so they figure okay, what the hell we'll come back with one of our rhinos. We wanna take out brat, and they along with the left did exactly that. I hope brat runs again back home again. Anyway. There's a very very important piece. At the federalist website pay our friend, Molly Hemingway, and I'm going to start it after the bottom of the are very very important piece. And it's entitled incoming democrat chairman. This is this this clown Jerrold Nadler. Democrats will go all in on Russia. Impeach Cavanaugh for perjury. And so forth. And it starts this way. Judiciary committee ranking member Representative Jerrold Nadler revealed plans for House, Democrats investigate and impeach Justice. Brett cavenaugh for alleged perjury and investigating impeach President Donald Trump for alleged treasonous collusion.

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"mkx" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"mkx" Discussed on WRVA

"Eastern, six twenty PM Pacific and all over the place. We have a great Levin TV for you tonight review of what took place in yesterday's election. I want to congratulate a few people are friend Ron to Santa's. The new governor of Florida our friendship, ROY new congressman. Many other wonderful folks out there, but I wanna tell you were a few people who we offered to come on the program. Either totally ignored us or just blew it off. Martha mcsally of Arizona. We had offered her to come on the program ten days before the election. The day before the election. Her people said, okay, we'll we'll come on because she was in trouble. They thought but you can only come in the first hour. Of course, we couldn't do that. The president was calling in the first hour. So that's Martha mcsally. Senator Heller of Nevada we offered to have him come on the program his office. Excuse me, his campaign. Never got back to us. I think Mr. producer has two or three times not that I want these people care for the I just wanted to help us win because of what we're up against. Brian mast who represents my district in Florida. We offered for him to come on he won. And he's actually very nice guy. But his people said were trying to appeal the moderates, so we'll come on after the election, which of course, he won't. Because I won't happen. He wants. So that's a good thing. Right. Anybody else? Oh, Adam lack salt somebody who I I like a lot. I've never met him. He's conservative. Was good friends with his grandfather. I consider mentor. There was a scheduling screw up the apologized, and Mr. producer went back. It was what last week petrol producer. We'll send them we'll come on now. And they they never got back. And unfortunately, he lost, unfortunately Heller lost MC sallies in a fight. And so forth. Mkx Sally had a lot of mending to do with conservatives. He she was very vicious in the primary attacking her to conservative opponents. And that's why she may win. But she'll squeak it out. Because she's a rhino. But we supported even rhinos in this campaign. Given what was at stake? Didn't we? And yet we heard about daybreak our buddy daybreak lost by what a thousand votes, eight hundred votes, something like that. And where he got back that Eric Cantor's friends the establishment types in that district actively was working against a brat. You see unlike us when we see there's a battle where we need to be supportive of the party for the purposes of holding the line against what the house is about the do. The establishment doesn't think like we do. They have. Very little substance and very little morals. They don't think like we do. And so they figure okay. What the hell we'll come back with one of our rhinos. We wanna take out Brad. And they along with the left did exactly that. I hope brat runs again. Back again. Anyway. There's a very very important piece. At the federalist website, our friend, Molly Hemingway, and I'm going to start it after the bottom of the are very very important piece. And it's entitled incoming democrat chairman. This is this this clown Jerrold Nadler. Democrats will go all in on Russia. Impeach cavenaugh for perjury. And so forth. And it starts this way. Judiciary committee ranking member Representative Jerrold Nadler revealed plans for House, Democrats and investigate and impeach Justice. Brett cavenaugh for alleged perjury and investigating impeach President Donald Trump for alleged treasonous.

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"mkx" Discussed on Connected

Connected

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"mkx" Discussed on Connected

"I see these conversations on Twitter on what makes a computer or not or the problems of IRS. I think is is pretty clear to me that that has limitations. What it's compared to my class. I think that's obvious. I also think though that there's these sort of odd tension. Between people who are grown up with a USO. If you if you bought an original ipad, and you were ten you probably use your ipad for games, or you know, simple stuff. Now, you're eighteen you're you're basically a young adult in your after college. Probably so you sort of you've grown up without US. And you're familiar with US or maybe you're someone like me grew up with with the traditional windows computer that moved to a MAC that moved to an ipad. And so over the past. Over the past almost a decade. Eight nine years in next next April. You are familiar with a US at this point. And you are familiar with the limitations of us. And there's that tension between these types of people and people who are still using computers are still using laptops, and desktops, and they want to they want a US to work like their existing computer. The most of the day they use a laptop they use a MAC book, they use a PC. And then when they try at ipad, maybe because they ever review unit or maybe because they're just curious. They get upset and I get that. And and I understand why. But if we follow these arguments imaging imaging me, for example. I could make the same argument for Micheals after so many years spent using the ipad when I use my MAC and take that from somebody who's buying a new mkx Manian expensive one because I need it. But when I use my MEC on noise, by the fact that I cannot touch the screen annoyed by the fact that he doesn't have the ops. I want it doesn't have you know, the seeing quality I use apps that I'm used to my bed. He doesn't have shortcuts for example. It's got out of mater, which is so much worse. He doesn't. I'm sorry. Thicke phone and carrying doesn't my macbook doesn't have a seller collection. I cannot hold the computer in my hands and walk around to read the book or read an article, and this are just some of the differences. I think it's important to consider that those those problems presented by the people who are trying to switch from MAC to a US are valid. But also the opposite perspectives valid that I'm used to US and what a try something else. I'm annoyed because it doesn't behave like the touch is that I'm used to. And so I think it's interesting to have this question, but in this lightly different way. So rather than just saying as two simple or is too limiting which I think it's a it's a it's a generic statement that really doesn't nail the problem. I think it would be more useful to have this different. Question is the ipad. A limited computer for switchers for people wanna switch from traditional computer environment to US to ally to and pro. And in this case, if we follow this this slightly more nuanced question. I can see the problems, right? I can see the problems that US is facing that the app is facing compared to a computer. It's a bunch of small things. It's a bunch of big things small things like I don't know easily renaming a file before share any. We should can only do in the files up aurea third party app, which is insane. All like in even more than just that. Like, I have a file and slack. And I wanna Email. It will I I have to save it to a cloud service. Yeah. Right. It's it's insane. That you steal cannot native create zipper. Cavs on US, you need to use a third party up for that. Keyboard shortcuts that are inconsistent. But these are small things there's also big bigger problems. Like, the files up is is a very limited file manager compared to the finder or there's no concept of window opening multiple tabs for the same up. There's no track but support so you can you can use an ipad with the third party keyboard, but you can use it with third party mouse or track by which I think it's pretty pretty problematic at this point..

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"mkx" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mkx" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"How many t shirts he ruined with all that sweat. How many thoughtful answers he gave how many miles he drove. And who the hell is Neil Deichmann. And why would you vote for him in a race like this? I'm bombed seems are mad at the third party candidate. Hang hang Cassie. I can't hear over. Remers my body coursing through my veins. When I drink. The Robert Francis Aurora tears. I get a little drunk. Give us one more. We need one more to get through the we have one from a leftist comedian right from the daily show, and he says trod on free any says Ted Cruz being reelected. When beta was the other option says more about the quality of the people of Texas than it does about beta. People in Texas. Just to list out there in election land. The mkx Sally cinemas, which is when I most interested in that thing is just too tight. Just too close for comfort right now. Fifty six percent of the vote in their separated by nine thousand votes. So six hundred thirty thousand six hundred twenty one thousand with MC Sally in the slight lead. We will see how that continues to break down right now, the final forecasts are close to final four cast from fivethirtyeight is Democrats plus thirty five so somebody hit that right on the money a little early. Well, okay. Never never never exactly I mean, you gotta take advantage bloating and Senate. Are plus two is is where they have that that forecast. So that would leave Republicans with fifty four seats in the in the that, which is a comfortable margin and Ruth Ginsburg is eighty five years old, which is which is of course, what is on the back of everybody's mind here, right? Is that it's so important to because he's obviously I think this is where Barrett's going to come into into play that. And why he was holding her in reserve. And I think that's that's going to be very tough fight for the Democrats. Andrew Geller by the way has officially conceded the race to Rhonda Santa's..

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"mkx" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"mkx" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"But now that the open world is the seamless open world. I think it's going to be a lot more meaningful and it's going to be a lot more fun plus is going to be convoys that you can take down that look suspiciously like some stuff for Mad Max, but I was looks like, great, cool. Yeah, I don't. I don't mind it. It's it's a good way, but more activities in the over world is always better. And of course you know, it's coming next year. Why does this speak to you most in coming into three loved everything you saw today. What speaks about ready to you? I just like the obviously the gun play in it is really well done. It's super fun. I like that they kind of have a twist on the post apocalyptic world. We see so many post-apocalyptic games. It's like the idea of making your game pulse. Apocalyptic. Almost could feel a little tired, but I just I don't know what it is about. It's just so much fun in its raw in the game plays really easy and approachable, but also has a depth of difficulty in it as well, which is sometimes really hard to execute is to make it approachable idea of what easy to learn, difficult to master, whatever. And I like how they're adding in all of these extra abilities to kind of vary up the shooting mechanics and make you feel really, really like almost like a superhero in a way. That's what I love about the fantasy of games, right? I don't necessarily want to play a survival game because I wanna feel powerful. I wanna feel like I dominate you're not having to save. You're not like cowering in fear in a shadow, trying to get by bullets. I wanna spray them everywhere. Okay. All right. All right. I mean, but that's what it does. Yeah, you look at, you know, everything else they did with doom and of course, and then you put on here the final one. The other scrolls online wolf. Hunter, an mkx Meyer deals are coming. There's new trailer in they launch on PC on August thirteenth. Yeah. Yes. Oh, nice. I don't have any details about that. I haven't been playing ESO. I am incredibly happy for that team that that game has had the legs that does. They have a very robust community. I remember speaking to them before the game launched, and I would never assume that they were kind of trepidation about the success of that game. But when you're talking about a property like the elder scrolls, there's a lot of expectation from the community, what it's going to be in if they had an executed, it coulda fallen on its face instead of didn't. It's thriving and I think that that's really awesome. Before we move on. I want to say something, yes, I love having you as a partner, get it. This one. I would have been like, here's the details. I don't have much to say you're like so into these games like, fuck Andrea, go, you're great. Every subscribe to what's good number two. Remember switch online is coming the online service. We didn't cast yesterday, Jared and Tim, and I almost said something because I was like, hey, guys, you in a month. We're supposed to have which online and they've said Jack shit about it. And then they put out this release last overnight. That was just like with only weeks until Nintendo switch online services launches in the second half of September. That's the only real piece of news here in the second half of September. We wanted to send you a reminder about all the great features.

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"mkx" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"mkx" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

"Mkx cast sunday june twenty fourth two thousand eighteen hey becky it's time for your met cast for mickey by mckeag sime ataman this is the show where we discuss all things macintosh how're you doing welcome back to the mac cast hoop you had a wonderful unpleasant weekend in reaching the end of mine it was actually quite nice and relaxing not whole lot going on maybe some of you are getting out and enjoying the summer we just passed the first day of summer actually a couple of days ago as i record this so maybe you're out camping or fishing or hiking or running or jogging or i dunno whatever people do in the summer hanging out at the beach i guess is another good one something we do hear a lot in southern california but you're having a great time and i hope you're ready to get into some apple and mac news because we've got a few things to cover gonna talk about apple pay expansion we're gonna talk about apple video expansion in the worldwide video area of course we're also gonna talk about wireless keys and wireless power and whether or not you might be able to learn an instrument over the summer and how apple might help you out with that and also talk about stickies i guess we had a couple of stories about keys in the news this week and then after that we're gonna get to some of your feedback i got a lot of great feedback on the mac hardware cycle to share with you also going to share some information about how i cloud drive works a little bit that we had a question about that and also get into some dvd ripping and something i had to do recently and i'm going to share with you my workflow for doing that and then we're gonna talk a little bit about playlist shifting and i have a good little recommendation from a member of our community on that so it should be a great episode but before we get into it i do want to take a quick moment think what am i show sponsors and that is smile smiles sponsor here on the mat casper forever we i love them and we have to say happy birthday to them because actually june june twelfth to be specific was smiles fifteenth birthday basically making fifteen years or rather fifteen years because of making awesome products and software for the mac and apple community and of course now i devices but we didn't have those back fifteen years ago also providing great customer service and just being all around great members of the apple community as a matter of fact pdf pen one point zero debuted at macworld san francisco way back in two thousand and four still when they had mac worlds and now we're all the way up to version ten actually new version just came out you've you haven't upgraded yet in european penn customer you definitely should grab this upgrade it's a really good one if you don't have pdf pen will now's a great time to pick it up because 'cause we all have to deal with pedia right you have to use pdf's in this day and age i don't think you can escape them you're gonna come across one at one point and at one point you're going to want to be able to work with that you're going to want to edit it maybe you're gonna wanna fill out a form maybe you're gonna wanna add a signature to it myriad of other things maybe you just want to be able to search it and find things or take a pdf that's not searchable and make it searchable ucr all that sort of stuff an pdf pen allows you to do all of that and pedia pen ten they've added new features like watermarking support for headers and footers there's a new precision editing tool that is really really cool and with pdf pen pro ten you get batch ucr that makes doing bulk ocr really super easy and they just released an update already to version ten ten point one adds apple script support for for the new features including the batch cr features in pdf pen pro so you can now script that stuff and work that into your workflows right now or actually back on the week of june eleventh the guys at smile greg and the folks over there posted a bunch of great blog posts kind of looking back at smiles history there's a lot of cool fund nostalgic posts up there for mac cast for for mac geeks rather and members.

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"mkx" Discussed on The MacCast

The MacCast

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"mkx" Discussed on The MacCast

"Mkx cast sunday june twenty fourth two thousand eighteen hey becky it's time for your met cast for mickey by mckeag sime ataman this is the show where we discuss all things macintosh how're you doing welcome back to the mac cast hoop you had a wonderful unpleasant weekend in reaching the end of mine it was actually quite nice and relaxing not whole lot going on maybe some of you are getting out and enjoying the summer we just passed the first day of summer actually a couple of days ago as i record this so maybe you're out camping or fishing or hiking or running or jogging or i dunno whatever people do in the summer hanging out at the beach i guess is another good one something we do hear a lot in southern california but you're having a great time and i hope you're ready to get into some apple and mac news because we've got a few things to cover gonna talk about apple pay expansion we're gonna talk about apple video expansion in the worldwide video area of course we're also gonna talk about wireless keys and wireless power and whether or not you might be able to learn an instrument over the summer and how apple might help you out with that and also talk about stickies i guess we had a couple of stories about keys in the news this week and then after that we're gonna get to some of your feedback i got a lot of great feedback on the mac hardware cycle to share with you also going to share some information about how i cloud drive works a little bit that we had a question about that and also get into some dvd ripping and something i had to do recently and i'm going to share with you my workflow for doing that and then we're gonna talk a little bit about playlist shifting and i have a good little recommendation from a member of our community on that so it should be a great episode but before we get into it i do want to take a quick moment think what am i show sponsors and that is smile smiles sponsor here on the mat casper forever we i love them and we have to say happy birthday to them because actually june june twelfth to be specific was smiles fifteenth birthday basically making fifteen years or rather fifteen years because of making awesome products and software for the mac and apple community and of course now i devices but we didn't have those back fifteen years ago also providing great customer service and just being all around great members of the apple community as a matter of fact pdf pen one point zero debuted at macworld san francisco way back in two thousand and four still when they had mac worlds and now we're all the way up to version ten actually new version just came out you've you haven't upgraded yet in european penn customer you definitely should grab this upgrade it's a really good one if you don't have pdf pen will now's a great time to pick it up because 'cause we all have to deal with pedia right you have to use pdf's in this day and age i don't think you can escape them you're gonna come across one at one point and at one point you're going to want to be able to work with that you're going to want to edit it maybe you're gonna wanna fill out a form maybe you're gonna wanna add a signature to it myriad of other things maybe you just want to be able to search it and find things or take a pdf that's not searchable and make it searchable ucr all that sort of stuff an pdf pen allows you to do all of that and pedia pen ten they've added new features like watermarking support for headers and footers there's a new precision editing tool that is really really cool and with pdf pen pro ten you get batch ucr that makes doing bulk ocr really super easy and they just released an update already to version ten ten point one adds apple script support for for the new features including the batch cr features in pdf pen pro so you can now script that stuff and work that into your workflows right now or actually back on the week of june eleventh the guys at smile greg and the folks over there posted a bunch of great blog posts kind of looking back at smiles history there's a lot of cool fund nostalgic posts up there for mac cast for for mac geeks rather and members.

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"mkx" Discussed on The MacCast

The MacCast

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"mkx" Discussed on The MacCast

"Mkx cast monday june fourth two thousand eighteen hey tom prima cast the show mckee cspan mckee i'm adam and this is the show where we discuss all things macintosh how you doing back to the mac cast well guess what today as at least as today as i sit here recording this show was the kickoff of worldwide developer conference for apple w w d c two thousand eighteen kicked off in san jose and of course they broadcast the keynote i was following along actually hanging out in the matt kass patriotic with a number of the patriot supporters which was a lot of fun that was a new thing we got to do and i'll tell you more about how you can become patriot support leader in the show but we were hanging out listening to apple all of apple's announcements and of course in this episode that means we're going to dive into all of the things that apple showed off for us and there is a lot there's a lot to get through so we'll see how how this show goes in terms of length but i'm looking forward to jumping in and talking to you about all of the great announcements and just giving you my reactions and thoughts on what apple let us know about today so we're going to get into that in a second but before we get started i want to take a quick moment and thank one of my show sponsors and that is simple contacts simple contacts is the most convenient way to renew your contact lens prescription and reorder your brand of contacts from anywhere in just minutes it's vision care for the twenty first century instead of heading to your doctor every single year to renew your prescription for something you wear every day you can take a few minutes out of your day and do it on your own time in terms so how does it all work well it's pretty simple when you need to renew your prescription you simply take a five minute vision test from your phone or your computer than that test is reviewed by a licensed doctor and you receive a renewed prescription and reorder your contact.

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"mkx" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"mkx" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

"Mkx cast monday june fourth two thousand eighteen hey tom prima cast the show mckee cspan mckee i'm adam and this is the show where we discuss all things macintosh how you doing back to the mac cast well guess what today as at least as today as i sit here recording this show was the kickoff of worldwide developer conference for apple w w d c two thousand eighteen kicked off in san jose and of course they broadcast the keynote i was following along actually hanging out in the matt kass patriotic with a number of the patriot supporters which was a lot of fun that was a new thing we got to do and i'll tell you more about how you can become patriot support leader in the show but we were hanging out listening to apple all of apple's announcements and of course in this episode that means we're going to dive into all of the things that apple showed off for us and there is a lot there's a lot to get through so we'll see how how this show goes in terms of length but i'm looking forward to jumping in and talking to you about all of the great announcements and just giving you my reactions and thoughts on what apple let us know about today so we're going to get into that in a second but before we get started i want to take a quick moment and thank one of my show sponsors and that is simple contacts simple contacts is the most convenient way to renew your contact lens prescription and reorder your brand of contacts from anywhere in just minutes it's vision care for the twenty first century instead of heading to your doctor every single year to renew your prescription for something you wear every day you can take a few minutes out of your day and do it on your own time in terms so how does it all work well it's pretty simple when you need to renew your prescription you simply take a five minute vision test from your phone or your computer than that test is reviewed by a licensed doctor and you receive a renewed prescription and reorder your contact.

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"mkx" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"mkx" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The many people were displaced in the casa coming back on and the government is trying to put some means so that people can receive and reintegrated in the in the in the society do you want help from the united nations every county want help from the united nation what i can say that there is no any single country in this world which can say i don't need any assistance when the need is there what we are saying is that the need is there but the way people are proceed was not good so far that's why so we disagree on the procedure the way the thing has been done but we we don't say that there is no challenge there is no crisis in drc we said there is but not a level three as it's been said before the democratic republic of congress the un engineer is an mkx congo gaza speaking to a colleague imaging folks allen can say in the mozambique capital makuto forest unused eight this morning hopefully more from allen to follow in the next fifty minutes on bookings in london with a quick reminder of the top stories this hour at the us and britain have agreed to suspected use of chemical weapons by syria should not go unpunished but they're still deciding how to respond and the former fbi chief james comey has compared donald trump's presidency to a forest fire that can't be contained by ethical leaders in the government let's go live to australia from the commonwealth games with matthew kenyon winding up for a big night of athletics here paul caster semenya one of the showpieces if you were in.

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"mkx" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"mkx" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Radio good what are you have you want an mkx rosenthal here's what's happening lakes region on this sunday mixture of sun clouds today it'll be cool temps near forty two clear cold overnight the twenty s tomorrow a mixture of sun clouds low and mid forties light wins tuesday there'll be a week storm moving while south of us a lot of clouds around he'll be in low forty somewhat mother air comes in around mid week in the good news is folks there are no major storms than site for wbz s amok paul as a parent it's what you do you protect your children new teach them how to brush their teeth how to wash their hands to look both ways when crossing the street you take them to the doctor when they're sick and you vaccinate them and you vaccinate them and you vaccinate them i didn't know there was a vaccine for meningococcal meningitis and my daughter died and my daughter died and my daughter died there wasn't a vaccine to protect against strain be meningococcal disease when my daughter died when my daughter died when my daughter died but now there is just get the facts and vaccinate it's the right thing to do please visit m a u s dot org a public service message from the national meningitis association our website anime us dot org has details about the two vaccines that protect preteens and teens that's www dot m e u s dot org.

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"mkx" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"mkx" Discussed on WEEI

"They bought mkx what radio we gala get still eight o'clock the pick it off at 830 patriots falcons your thoughts on the game tonight who you got who your plan will give our picks coming up i was well behind keefe in our lots of the week i've gone off three and one last two weeks ago me a six and six on the year of left the door open keith left the door open with an eight four record still was something's got to give will get a on the opposite ends of the patriots game will pick the monday night game as well we'll get your picks up hats pats falcons still eight o'clock you're at six one seven seven seven nine seven 937 the phone number four get into some of the other games other just went final here in the late slot you mentioned the enact is here today obviously we knew a couple of these of the two quarterbacks both it be out of both role and gilmore that leaves you malcolm butler it leisure jonathan jones we know is a slight guy by nature so i guess he'd beyond taylor gabriel of a slot receiver rob or hearty over slot receiver that's gonna leave johnson batum osy matched up with muhammad said new now muhammad sydney was not endall be all receiver that's a match up the falcons she went eight times out of ten that's the type of match up rettig patriots have a hard time slowing down the falcons with stuff like that they should put then again here's matt ryan who has just as many pictures as he does touchdown you've mentioned a few times how julio jones's doesn't even have a red zone targets so you know they have some of the match ups going in their favour there's no guarantee they try to exploited or they've they look to do that i've been you'd think any competent quarterback at office of coordinator would take a look at the other sides that oh you're down your second third best corner who's in there now it just throw at him the entire game but i don't think they're going to do that i really don't now they still have plenty of other options know they're running backs were both really good and that's another match up nightmare for the patriots they'll who's gonna who's going to take time those guys and that's what something that's got them.

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"mkx" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries

The Dirtbag Diaries

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"mkx" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries

"Obviously it god to a point where the paying bills providing enough for my habit so i started looking for ways to make money steel on stuff in the store and eventually at turned into pack in a gun and planning robberies in ana i always go hardcore at whatever i do in life and so robin pizza joints and movie theaters turned into robin banks and now one day ad i wake up in a minute core rumen the prosecutor sitting there saying danger to the community and career armed criminal in and on centenera mkx lincoln man wait a minute like hold on unjust kid i grew up down the road you know annoying i i couldn't believe rows i couldn't believe that i was in a federal court me and they're saying the united states of america versus role on thompson and talking about how i'm this career armed criminal that he's going to prison for i think it only crown you know how to help that i give here moureaux banks i was arrested for robbing to tell answered act how get caught so i robbed the bank with my best friend we robbed the same bank in about two weeks ban and we got away and then three or four months later him and his wife decided to go back and robbed the bank again effect on a third time the first two times we caught them by surprise the third time there was di packs to tracking devices it was pretty easy catch for the cops so.

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