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"najat" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"To see Julie. It's been a long time since we've seen each other when she was With the last time it was with her book about leadership and now she's got a new book out called choose to Madder your guide to being courageously fabulously you. I'm GonNa read read from the handout. That they gave me is that choose to matter is for the teenage girls. Starting her journey or for the woman at a critical fork. Inner Journey Journey me. It's for everyone and anyone who needs a little push to find courage motivation and confidence when you thought about developing this book and what you wanted to put into it. What was has the philosophy you had Julie? The philosophy was actually. I pitched it to Disney publishing and I said listen. Leadership is a heavy topic for girls in the the reason reason it drives me crazy with girls as we as I found doing these leadership academies for so many years is young women in. I'm just not talking. Young women older women as well. We're we're really good at underselling herself right. We want to check every box before we raise your hand in. It's what I love most about women in that we are over disciplined and we are super prepared. But but it's what sets us back so often. is we wait until every boxes checked. And we're perfect before we're like yes. Okay now I will do it. It's like no the opportunity turn is gone. Raise your hand reason now. Just get out of that comfort zone and so I said to Disney publishing said you know I. I wanted to be about leadership leadership and getting out of your comfort zone but it also because it's kind of a heavy topic for a lot of young girls. I want it to be fun and I wanted to be joyful and there's laughter and it's playful so the real thing that I that I'm most proud of is the messaging is go on sister. You can do it and being that voice to Najat of your comfort zone but it's also interactive and there's silly exercises and there's team building things you can do an and there's reflection wanted to be a handbook that it could go go to different chapters and say I'm struggling with this. You know here. Here's some strategies from these amazing women. I interview in the book that will help you get there. So it's real tangible stuff stuff they can. I hope utilize in their lives. You know it's interesting having known a lot of strong women including my aunt. My mother as well who were strong women. I made the comment coming to you. I came to appreciate them and respect them. I didn't fear them. And that's not something. That generally is the case. I think men are fearful as we've talked already about strong women but but what do they do to overcome those things I mean they have to deal with it every day. It's like a person of color having to deal with the frustrations as well. So what do you. What do you do do well? The there's there's the first point is that you can't as sue enquist. Use An eleven time national championship coach from Ucla Softball says her quotas. You can't get stuck in your junk right there are. There are GONNA be obstacles in life. There's GonNa be things thrown at you. You'RE GONNA fail a test. You're going to get caught up from a team right how you react in those moments because everyone has them. Someone's going to tell you is. They told us for years like stop being so crazy to dream that the women should have a World Cup. Stop being so crazy to drain. The women should be in the Olympics for soccer and we finally realize that. Hey we're not crazy we're just gray GIS and if you can build that team around around you to give you that push to say 'cause you're GONNA have moments of self doubt we all do but then what do you do about it. And what is your Dream Team around you helping you get out of that uncomfortable space and being comfortable in uncomfortable because how many of us have had friends who say hey we got this. I have this awesome dream. And what do you think about this and that friends hug that stupid. Where're you from? Oh why do you think you could do that instead of a friend. WHO's like that's awesome? Go for it because because you can. And that's the voice. I wanted this book to be along those lines. The reason why this network exist today is because I was asked when I had Duke Schneider on the local show in San Francisco caller called and said you know Rod. I've waited thirty five years to talk to Duke Snider and tonight you're giving me the chance and that was the seed for saying that's what Fans WanNA WANNA do. They WANNA be able to talk to their heroes. So I'm doing tennis star Billie Jean is my color analyst on the thing and during one of the breaks or afterwards I said eight elite. I've got this idea but I'm not a business man. I've never done this before I'm telling on the air and I don't know whether to do it. She said to me. Ron I know you well enough. You Never WanNa look over over your shoulder and wonder if you could and that was the seat along. I'm getting goosebumps pushed you out. She gave you the nudge she absolutely Eh. Because she and other women like her yourself and others in this book they don't look at it as failure. Because you learn from every experience is that you have and I think the misconception too is that you have to be a celebrity or a person position power or an Olympic gold medalist so in the book we do have the examples of the billy jeans and the Robin Roberts and people you know Sheryl Sandberg Co facebook writer of Lean and But we also have anonymous people who just care so deeply about something or have a group around them that nudge them on that. Do these incredibly ably courageous things. And that you don't need to be in that position of power to make a difference. Leadership is personal not positional in all those women. What is the one commonality? That they'll fall straight on their face fall flat on their face. Laugh right laugh laughing go well. That didn't work. Let's try again. Let's get up and go again not afraid to fail not afraid to fail that you know I I call it much after his. It's called the F. Word. Hey there's actually chapter in the book it's all about failure that F word I say yes failure you know. Make it your best friend because those who embrace it and and love it and are willing to grow and say you know what that's going to be okay. I'm GonNa fail and you realize what this is life everyone fails I'm going to be okay And sometimes you just need that reminder share with me some of your favorite stories from from some of these people in this book one of the women I interview in the book to the point of you. Don't and have to be a celebrity or a person in a position of power. Delete is my dear friend. Amy Lists who was born with cerebral palsy. She was born a twin and and she has never had any independent function of her legs or arms so always been confined. A wheelchair can't eat on her own cat bathe on her own. She can't walk. Of course I and yet when I met amy about fifteen years ago I was blown away because she was one of the most positive courageous woman I had ever met she always. He's found positive in something you know. She found positive in you know showing our leadership academy kids. You know her facility at Easter seals and she's smiling smiling and joking and she has this great sense of humor but because she's in a wheelchair and she has really Intense form cerebral palsy. People kind of back off. They don't WanNa approach approach her yet when they hear her talk and here smart and funny she is and positive than people are drawn to her. She has this gift in life and so I put her in this book and she has been one of the most transformational people my life above her bed. She has this quote that says live each day with an attitude of gratitude. And here's a person who has every right to probably be complaining throughout a little bit of the day that you know I'd like to run and jump and feel the wind is I'm running and she can't get. You never complains and I just love one of the people that I have a particular affinity for is Robin Roberts. Because I've known her for a very long time and her father was a skiing airman and so we had that connection in Israel and I even had a crush. Owner doesn't have a crush on Robin. You're not alone Ron. She's such a gem. She talks in the book openly about you know being faced with cancer not once but twice I mean and that she said literally the second time when I found out how I you know I I got a little angry and I said Yeah I bet she was because I've done everything right. The first time I felt like I live my life in such a good way like healthy and active and here I am going through the second time. And she shares her strategies of how to get out of that place negatively and turn it into a positive and being able to flip working on mentally being able to flip it so that she could get into good place to fight it also another great story. I'm sure came from Sheryl Sandberg as well after the rain in in in. Yeah in her. She talks about her husband. Losing Dave and and you know the thing about that in as her book which is already a bestseller option B.. Talks about as well is this. It's raw it's real. It's her saying look I. I was in such a bad place that I didn't know how go back to work. She she sharing with this with me. And you think Sheryl Sandberg you know billionaire number seven on the world's most powerful women list above the Oprah Queen Elizabeth and here she is talking about. I don't know how we can go back to work. And she said I needed to share how I got through it. I've always had the idea and believe and correct me if you think I'm wrong on this. But because of athletes and they're focused disciplined in everything that when they have to deal with tragedy or have to deal with the challenge that they're probably better prepared to deal with it because being a highly skilled athlete. Am I correct in that. It's one of the reasons why I'm always pushing kids to play right and young girls like play play something. I don't care what you play. Play play competitively. You don't have to learn that at the highest level. You don't have to go doing Olympics for learn that right you learn that adversity and set back and loss oss is part of life right and I'm losing on the field or I'm losing in this game and I'm GonNa okay that feeling I don't like it at all. How am I going to make sure it doesn't happen again? And I'M GONNA learn and extract the lesson and all these things by playing sports at any level I think teaches you. It's the gift really sports one of the things I'm interested in With Your Leadership Ship Academy also with this book when the team went on the tour after one of the major championships and everything when you look into a woman or girls face ace. Can you tell if you've connected with them. Oh absolutely what is it. What's the giveaway? Yeah tears I bring people to tears all the time on terrible trade. I have you and Oprah. Now it's you know it's that smile in in with the leadership academies we you. You really have this transformational experience of I'm connecting because I'm sharing a story that's relatable. Maybe it's a message. They've heard from their parents or teachers or coaches. There's a million times but the fact that you're telling me that MIA was super quiet and awkward and shy at hated. Attention is me. That's what they're saying to themselves. That's me I see it in that person so if you share enough examples of here's what these people did. Here's where they come from and that's probably you to write and they're like yes. I don't have to be that person I can be quiet and shy can still be ineffective leader then. It's this piffle for them. And it really is a transformational experience to learn that I can make a difference. I just have to care enough to raise my hand. What do you want the people to take away from the book that they can that they can choose to matter the the real takeaway is just that?.
Half of all children are subjected to violence each year, research finds
"One billion children or half the world's youngsters of victims of violence ranging from conflict and humanitarian crises to cyberbullying and recruitment by terrorist groups. That's according to you an expert Najat Mala Who Advocates for governments civil society and other stakeholders to put children at the heart of their policies? Ms g began her appointments as the UN Secretary General Special Representative on violence against children in July and recently presented her first report to the UN General Assembly. My Yakub asked about progress in the global effort to protect children. My first report really give brought picture about what's going on regarding you know ending violence against children today to have more than one hundred countries who are implementing pink National Strategy regarding child protection you have almost sixty countries who really have adopted legal framework banning all all forms of violence against children. You have more and more coalitions within many key actors including children's themself you have in many countries also more evidence based information but you have one billion of children. We still facing violence worldwide. It means health of children worldwide. This is too much and to add to this. Many countries are facing many many challenges challenges. You have humanitarian crisis. You'll have conflicts. You have social this. You have migration. You have an increasing number of refugees. You have love all this violence on line including cyber bullying child sexual exploitation line. You have also the enrollment of children in gangs. You have more more. And more armored violence that increasing in many countries and you have also currently all this increasing of criminal organization and terrorist organizations that recruit children and children. What is more important? They are even are not victims or witnesses they are facing seeing violence within Internet and violence becomes socially tolerated and it is why really when we think about ending violence again children by twenty thirty we need to do more and more faster and better and we need to stop having commitment and slogan but really to act and to assess what is going on on grassroots if we were to compare the situation and the Arab region to the rest of the world. Where do we lack behind? It's very difficult. Yeah because when we're speaking about Arabic region it's not any animal genius region. You'll have to take into account you have rich countries. You have the developing countries you have many any region currently who are facing or this increasing conflicts humanitarian disaster huge number of refugees and of Migrant Agra children were really fleeing from violence. You have also problem of social discrimination social disparities you have also the gender discrimination you have a processing harmful social norms. It's very difficult to rank. Violence is worldwide but what is important regarding things is the Arabic region. I was just in our men when we had wonderful congress on violence against children into Arabic region and many things going gun regarding legislation guiding national strategies regarding also communication and raising awareness for changing social knows bits. We need to do more and to translate a really in concrete. Acts is very important but in the meantime you need to put an end to all this conflicts just because it's amazing what is going on currently and regarding what's coming on currently Lebanon social protests. You'll have a lot. I think what's really important. Children and use Are expressing themselves and we need to see them not only as quincy but really as actors of positive change and to take into account realism. Commence to build on what you just said you mentioned conflict around the word and the children on the move. How do you tackle the subject to find a solution? It's you know child protection. Even my mandate is global. And Will Casey Mandate I can do my Lord but what is important is how we can build build links and we can have joint strategies joint action within all the other key stakeholders and in the same time working also with civil society. The organizations that it's very important not only at global level but also at look eleven working with a child led organization and initiative and also using using you know or the intergovernmental bodies that are located at regional level to make sure that children are really puts. I'd say half of all the policies because if really will not put children really at the heart of his political agenda and translated by concrete concrete action and accountability mechanism and working very closely with children and seeing them as actor of policies. We are not going to be successful successful. You have recently visited China where you participated in the war Internet forum in a time where we see cyber bullying and Dan sometimes this cyberbullying is leading to children. You work with governments to counter this S- coach. Yes I was in China and During the World Conference on Internet and I had to participate to session on child protection align and regarding what is going gun we have to never forbids that also Internet provide opportunities for children because they can learn it can express they can make their voice hurts and also can't show that it's possible because they are for me actors change but in the same time they are facing many challenges inches and really to deal with these challenges that would be sexual expedition online cyber bullying hate speech radically as many things. What is important? Yes we need to work and I work closely with government to make sure that the legislation consider this are as crimes and really make reporting on this crime Katori. This is very important is the same side. We need to empower children and makes them also aware and becoming kind of peer to peer protection because they are more more aware about all the language Internet language as adults and is the same type the most important part is ICT companies house. They can have a candle safety in designing protecting child's rights and protecting children texting their privacies. This is very important and and also working very closely with low enforcement agencies to make sure that all these criminals are held accountable. This is very important This year is very symbolic i. At marks the tenth anniversary of your office mandate the thirtieth anniversary of the Convention on the right of the child and the first phase of implementation of agenda. Twenty thirty. What do you call to ensure that children are not left behind since arriver? I I ju I. I didn't stop calling for making children off the agenda. I hope I am going to be listened within the same time what's important this is to ensure not only to having commitments. This is good but to make sure and too. Many children are really bad in political agenda and here also I work very very closely with all key stakeholders to have you know kind of information. What is going on? What are the emerging trends? What are things that are going one and what are good practices but for me? What is really more important east to also assess the bottlenecks and also what is important is to identify? And we start. Having having a mapping of these countries that are really doing their best. You have is a political commitment and they are acting to provides more visibility to govern is them to make sure that they are
"najat" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"It like Najat jeans so cool images cool damn it so cool who yeah local news at the Jonas brothers in cool when as you point seven kiss FM it's this city I'm going to be about twelve twenty twelve thirty so be ready for calling one of two for those passes into because events private party at Johns incredible pizza but you have to the phrase that pays a right his offense is LA's number one hit music station that's what it is a perfectly twenty five to thirty I don't know if you guys heard us talking about this yesterday on the morning show but are there is this new internet I guess challenge it's called the ice cream challenge hash tag I scream challenge you don't want to do this it's all started last week when this girl leaked I screamed at a store then put it back into the freezer set up people started doing it now their security guards like the Walmart in Brea blocking the ice cream I all you do not want to do this it is a huge it's it's you will go to prison this girl is facing up to twenty years in prison for doing this challenge if you don't know what I'm talking about jump on the website check it out kids offend dot com and key word it says come about the Billy Irish next.
"najat" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Yes, the judge's chambers were back in session of the ballpark in the Bronx, Aaron judge hitless in his return to that Yankee lineup batting leadoff, but James Paxton one, consecutive starts for the first time with the Yankees, who match their longest winning streak of the year. Jantar this because that was absolute Mike okay, fighting through that horse throat there with the call. Gary Sanchez going. Your the calls on WPI X in glacier, Torres each a win deep for the third game in a row providing a pair of two run shots. The Yankees past the Astros, four to one, their seven straight win Houston, one thirteen with runners in scoring position stranded dozen in all Doug. Glenda was on sports with takeaways on the judge return. Well, not a lot of that. He's trying to get his timing early on his take a lot of pitches, which is sort of his game. And then the last about he's going to tack and swing that first pitch. So generally judges just trying to find it. But he has host of guys that are very productive. So he doesn't have to carry this. But you could tell peacock of the top, they stayed down on the way and is a secondary pitches to keep them off our let's go. Big picture. Right. Usually guy. That they can write like that hammer home runs where middle the lineup guy if you're not gonna feel base in baseball strike. Don't matter anymore. Why not lead them off, like a great idea, especially when you have so much stuff that the I mean, they can put them there and it's kind of a three outcome guy, right home run walk or strikeout. And nobody's stealing bases for the most part now. So you can get the extra runs and you have so many other power hitters don't have to rely solely on our pitch failed in the air right fit or field pin. Homer wins. Ninety three seven. FM W E. I the Red Sox in a walk off seven five over the Jays Christian Vasquez in the tent with that, walk off, Jack, they trail five to one before winning for the eighth time in nine Gaines, they set up in. This. A section. Since April twenty six. This brand new game. I don't. All three land three. Tape measure blasts, by the nationals catcher yacht. Yes, they would tied and win it did the NATs as heard on the nationals radio network. Dallas, kaikal laboring through five frames and his Braves debut coughing up three run lead to those nationals Yang gums with the long ball to even the game. One Soto led off with a triple in the fifth. Anthony Ren dome would play them with the go ahead as single Kyko making his first major league appearance in starting game three of last year's ale CS against the for the Astros. I should say, he never retired Washington and order gave up four runs three yard on eight hits. He hit two batters as well. And had this tape post game I mean, honestly, I felt better than that. I was expecting to mentally just trying to lock it was going to be the biggest thing for me. But Chan pitch out. I felt like I was in midseason form now. I'd like to have a few pitchers back here and there but. Just a few tough breaks, Braise had won eleven of thirteen while the third place nationals have won five straight and nine of twelve. There's a ball driven in the air. This is deep Pilet going back as the left fielder. Gross looks up and it's into the seat. It's got a home run, for Brian holiday, his second one nothing Marlin. And it might add that was not a wind assisted home run. Nine forty WINZ Brian holiday, the solo Jack said he Al contra, the seven two-thirds of short. Baseball's the Miami Marlins beat the Philadelphia Phillies two to one handing Philly their fifth straight law three to coming McNeil lodge taught. Right. That's base. It gets thirties being told Brian throws toward the played Rizzo cuts. It off. Second McNeil is out at second. But it gives the midst the league. Ria, scores on McNeil's are single and it's five four and favor of the Mets. Najat McNeil's hurt on WCBS got the go-ahead hit in the five four win over the cubs. He also hit a two run homerun in that game on the heels of their win over Sweden, the US women have advanced to the group of winner to the round of sixteen at the World Cup where Spain is up next. The Americans broke the women's World Cup record for most goals in a group stage with eighteen they carry a thirteen game World Cup unbeaten streak into Monday's matchup. Julie Phally Saudi on golick and wingo says, don't look past the next opponent danger. Of course every player on this team knows for the US is that you look over this round of sixteen game because Spain honestly is a very good team. US played them in January earlier this year in Spain, we actually call that game in dark and myself. And for the first thirty minutes, the United States did not touch the ball in. And I looked at each other in the booth, we were like, oh, this could be a long game and then they got their feet and then they got a little bit more of the ball but they ended up only beating Spain one nil in Spain. And it could have gone either way in January match up. So they know it's very dangerous game. Of course, to be looking ahead to France Gillette, even said in the press conference before the Sweden game when all the reporters were asking about the possible Franch matchup. She said, hey, by the way, we do have a round of sixteen game as well. Guys, don't forget that. So they're not forgetting that Moore and be a on the way co I has a decision to make does winning a title in Toronto. Give the raptors edge. That's next. This is sportscenter allnight on ESPN radio..
"najat" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Base Etcheverry gets the is being way. Tom Bryant throws played Rizzo cuts it off. I taught second McNeil is out at second, but it gives the mix the lead Tanny scores on McNeil's are. Single and expi- four and favor of the Mets. Najat McNeil's hurt on WCBS got the go-ahead hit in a five four win over the cubs. He also hit a two run a home run in that game on the heels of their win over Sweden, the US women have advanced to the group f a winner to the round of sixteen at the World Cup for Spain is up next. The Americans broke the women's World Cup record for most goals in a group stage with eighteen they carry a thirteen game World Cup unbeaten streak into Monday's match up. But Julie Phally Foudy on golick and wingo says, don't look past the next opponent danger. Of course, is every player on this team knows for the US is that you look over this round of sixteen game because Spain honestly is a very good team. US played them in January earlier this year in Spain, we actually call that game in dark myself. And for the first thirty minutes, the United States did not touch the ball, Ian, and I looked at each other in the booth, we were like, oh this. It could be a long game and then they got their feet and then they got a little bit more of the ball but they ended up only beating Spain one nil in Spain. And it could have gone either way in that January match up. So they know it's very dangerous game. Of course, to be looking ahead to France. Jill Ellis, even said in the press conference before the Sweden game when all the reporters were asking about the possible France matchup. She said, hey, by the way, we do have a round of sixteen game as well. Guys, don't forget that. So they're not forgetting that Moore and be a on the way. Coli has a decision to make does winning title in Toronto. Give the raptors edge. That's next. This sportscenter allnight on ESPN radio. Players on the market. Kevin durant. Kobe Leonard Kemba Walker, Harry urban. I have no idea..
"najat" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"So like what's the do? They just have French French don't seem to recognize the cheese even there. So maybe she's operating, you know, under deep cover. I think that could be. Nicole Kidman destroyer. Tennis played by Katherine Waterston, who you may know from inherent vice or being Sam Waterston daughter in case, you wanna visual in case, you're friends with the Waterston family. That's where you would from. Yeah. Yeah. Center card congratulated for billion grind line. So she's goes to a what a street fair, some Najat circus circus, and that's worse. That's where credence is working. And he's in love with a woman named the Guinea who's on display because she turns into a snake? Sometimes now, this is like a magic circus. Right. Yeah. Because I was confused while these magicians were amazed by lady turning into a snake because she's a freak because she she has a curse on her where she's much like Cobra commander in the GI Joe movie where they go after cert- with a build surpassing Torre, right or they go to Cobra whatever it is. They she's turning into a snake over time until one day. She'll be Justice snake. Yeah. I mean, I guess humans things that are not amazing. All the time. Like, I went to the Bertha museum the other week, and there's a whole section of it. That's just farm animals, and I'm like can we skip the section and you're like, oh, let's let's go see the farm animals, but I grew up near farms. I don't like why. Oh, the sheep. The sheep are still cute honk shoe been there done that. I like how it's your frame of reference. You're like farm animals are boring. Everyone agrees with that. No. They're not live in a city. I never see animals of any kind except pigeons and rats. What is this thing a pig? A sheep these fantastic beasts where do I find them? And and museum. Dan's like Brooklyn museum, making me look at farm animals. This is a crime worthy of Grindelwald. I guess the moral of the story was that. I did enjoy seeing the firemen. So I guess go to that. Magic circus wizards. They're going to be stuff that you're excited to see. This is important because NEW GUINEA as a snake is a is a big part of the original Harry Potter books because she is one of she is the familiar and one of the hor- cruxes of of volleyball. I didn't know that. Okay. Yes. And I just thought it was a evil snake? But in fact, it's an Asian lady. Yeah. There was there. I think she's Karan. There's Asia, Dan. No. I know, but I was going to be a little more specific. Okay, that's fair. But I think there was like a bit of a controversy about like, oh, like this this this woman like this hor corrects that gets destroyed and this later book turns out, she was like this innocent Kareem lady, and there was like a bit of like a that's a weird choice guys. Like, let's just I mean, I'm an it's it's also weird because like she doesn't. Do anything at all in the movie. No, she doesn't. She barely even helps credence is just there to as basically window-dressing. I mean, she's the reason that credence leaves his job at the circus. I guess, but why did he ever need to have a job at the circus like it, and the the I feel like they're both under served in like a movie that is already too stuffed. They're both under served in that they don't like we don't really get either their motivations other than credence is basic..
"najat" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Life cycle for edge applications and devices, and then the third one is for future apps that I believe are hardware. Independent voice. Independent cloud. Independent. What are the set of API's that can be exposed in standardized? Right. Both on the southbound side of the drivers. And the physical interfaces as well as the northbound side, which is really around the cloud and the multi cloud infrastructure, right? And those three are technical like to technical one non is what elephant is intending to solve in previous episodes. We've done a lot of coverage over the dynamic between the quote, unquote, cloud and the edge. And this is a really interesting dynamic. You know, like, what kinds of processing do you do on the cloud? What do you want to do on the edge? You know, what are you going to do about the fact that you want to have this high bandwidth connection between these two places, but maybe there's intermittent bandwidth that the edge these kinds of things, but what I understood by reading about LFM edge, the the Lennox foundation's, edge computing, set of projects which will get into some detail, but the importance of the telecoms, and the fact that all of this processing or all of this. Data shuttling is is going across telecom infrastructure. Can you explain the role of the telecoms when it comes to the dynamic of edge computing? That's a brilliant question. Right. Because the moment we classify Najat. Nation requiring storage and compute close to it with a certain Bamut or of latency responsiveness. You do get into the physical barriers of how bitch travel, right? And so at this point what telecom edge or edge, cloud or smart edge, or what the does just to Manala. Jeez. Right. But really what we're talking about is a set of automated, compute storage and software infrastructure that is reciting either at the bottom of the bay stations or on a gateway in in in the basement of a building or our stadium or a little bit further out in a smart central office in a in a neighborhood. What telecoms bring to the table at three things they bring the location advantage. Right. They bring the latency advantage both because of location, but also because of technologies like five G, and they bring the mobility advantage. And what that means is if there's an application connected cars. Economist driving and fleet transportation being the perfect example, if the application requires low latency response with mobility, you do not an enterprise or a cloud provider will not be able to solve that. I so those are the three things why telecom is such a critical player in the edge compute space. And that's why we see a lot of collaboration between telecom players cloudplayer's an enterprise not players. That's that's the mission of elephants and who. Not to sound flippant who cares about this. Like if I'm a developer. Do I care like aren't I just like either? I'm a developer like building something for my factory. You know, my company owns factories. And I'm writing software for the factories or like, I'm maybe I'm writing software that is doing processing on data that has made its way from the factory into the cloud. But in either way, I I work for you know, a candy factory company. Why do I care about telecom infrastructure, or or is this is are these open source projects, which which we will get into our these open source projects are they only meant for the telecom. No, no, they're not meant for telecoms. That's the whole point the projects are bringing the Telecom's cloud and the enterprise were tickles, the dare developers and their use cases all together. Okay. So the three have to operate, in harmony the reason. Why a developer and enterprise cloud. There are telecom player should care, right. Is what you described as a analytics sitting in a factory going into a cloud. That's that's I am not today. That's not an edge. That's not an edge app..
"najat" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The oregon thus i mean honestly false always series there was in a chance in hell sean miller what is going to be patrolling the satellites doing is staying on the court the ija then on the other hand was out there and i don't want to make a joke at the situation i probably show mba i'm gonna do it anyway as unaccountable tajik head look i who is always one hundred thousand dollars the a deadly disease that asked votes that there's a reason why he's going to be the number one in ann arbor super league initiators jazz so at least them sean miller if you own a land fear honors early sunday and i'm sure there's not much to laugh about although if i had his aged i might be left until because no matter what happens no matter what the caused may be shown miller will have a job at arizona or we'll have his monte come until my ships at nice job is not going to have that much macho ohga but as far as the money he's gonna have the molly come it to him over the next couple of years so god blesses asian for negotiating najat's book the arizona situation takes you in today's pandora's box days elephant in the room this situation in college basketball in college athletics for that matter that we all know has been bruin has been going on for all long period of soda the idea of agents talk in a players evil in their quote unquote not supposed to be talking to players the idea of the hushhush wink wink waving going take area way going to pay you guys coming out guy's going alter merely city nfl in the nba draft but in the meantime getting something out of it aside from a fouryear college education it's complicated matter folks what exactly should dnc aa do moving forward we did this and then if the sean miller story broke last night was probably around ten fifteen and you guys brought up some good ideas some of you discussed semi dea that sean what makes sense but no that in general the idea of gis fairly compensating each and every college athlete across america caused to impossible think about the situation think about title nine you're paying their football player your paying a basketball player you gotta pay.
"najat" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"In jerusalem in his traditional christmas day message while speaking in saint peter's square the pope acknowledged growing tension between israelis and palestinians and he called for negotiations to allow the two states to peacefully coexist this is what it sounded like yesterday at the vatican began with your neighbour meaney decoded mondo nobody that budget as he quits as unamih najat day diabetic what other than co in wally awfully the correspondent john allen reports from vatican city and the address from pope francis it's important to remember that this effort or be that is to the city and the world address that france is giving isn't just the pope say mary christmas and it's not an exclusively religious message there's a lotta politics in there to it's kind of a three hundred sixty degree review of the global situation correspondent john allen went on to talk about the message of peace from pope francis this is a pope who will remain determined to try to press the ball on his diplomatic and political agenda pope who sees himself as a peace pope and he will be at at once again on christmas day talking about the israelis and the palestinians let's benham issue that the united nations has been talking about president trump and un ambassador nikki haley said they take steps against the nations that voted against the us for recognizing jerusalem as israel's capital correspondent steve kastenbaum says this week began with an announcement about a redo just budget at the un ambassador nikki haley warned there would be consequences of the general assembly voted against the us on jerusalem we will remember it when we are called upon to once again make the world's largest contribution to the united nations a few days later she announced a two hundred eighty five billion dollar reduction in the budget in a statement haley said the inefficiency and overspending of the un are wellknown and that the.
"najat" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Radio eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye so yeah we got a being got a busy show ahead it's going to be a good one but that was still of that was the funniest part of our appreciable meeting when i just when you were walking i said well i'm reading this one headline pelosi things you to winning is a to avoid the present since distractions and of the next headline pelosi says gop has worsened darth vader najat right could stop you you really you've just you really cannon and this goes back to as we get closer now to the anniversary of the election 2016 his when we go shout angry at the at the sky gathers what's the things scream at the the scream at the sky on the on the on it on in revenge new in new york but it it was part of the discussion that we had was in village priest appreciable meeting or just you know biogas technically it is yeah his was pre show when it we were meeting alarm both here but hoover were bowled here but it it we we got into a discussion in this and and where's asking the question were right back with the democrats were we were a year ago yeah where they said they have to change their ways so we're year goes by they don't change their ways and now on the anniversary of the election that they lost they're now starting to state again we're going we have to change our ways as are not going to change their ways that you see polling coming out looking at the the the senate and the number of of democrat volmer abilities for the the the senate next year that that came out of like a new poll was odd showing that only three of the ten democrats up for reelection are over the fifty percent mark and those are moderate mm those are moderate senators uh you know at the you know and so you look at an and people believed that while because of trump uh this whole thing is over and we said well you may be bind the propaganda from the media but we don't believe that that's necessarily so right and so we'll get to some of the specifics on that and.
"najat" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"In gross negligence there's no difference between them so mrs clinton conducted herself and her staff conducted themselves in a matter which broke these same to laws these are very serious felony an average and continue uh hillary clinton claim ames that russia attacked the us is a cyber nine eleven she's accusing russia of having attacked the united states she allow russia into her computer with state secrets for years jet it wasn't at one time in 2015 it was for years oh yes john and then like i said these these laws carry severe penalties for each one of those emails now that mrs clinton center round and her talks fafsa dorado were top secret information on them there's a penalty of ten years in the federal slam so how many thousands of emails were involved this is an extremely hairy hand we can presume the russians hadn't have to work very hard for that either the russians zillion rainy and send the north koreans and the chinese let's not limit ourselves to our adversaries are online they wealth anybody really i mean i'm i'm told by people in that business that mrs clinton's home server as it's called was protected not even by the same things the protect you on a google account it was a pretty much open in tyrwhitt anybody who wanted to hack into it anybody could get anything that was on there i sure they did back to kaspersky labs have we asked the us government to stop using their antivirus broken well apparently are you hear or so ago and i'm laughing only even in right i gotta effort required elected well yeah the department of homeland security apparently put out a notice to everyone to not use kaspersky labs software anymore to get it off your computers and i'm so i'm assuming i mean lord only knows this rate but i'm assuming that the federal agencies especially the intelligence agency got rid of it but how much damage was done in the meantime you're a generous najat ipr i presume none of that because it's in their computers is in their home computers we don't know whether these knuckleheads are going to do this again they clearly don't have rules that make any sense to us if the state by if that if the secretary of state does this for four years of.
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"Network worked fantasy on your heart the no logan show ricki after a 5 o'clock from loves this he loves this kind of music well he pulls in the parking lot in his big truck you can even with the windows up blasted in his truck can you expect anything less matt then listening to me like his tattoos everything you would expect them to listen to david our reform my show with matt and i say you're listening to the show today he's like rocket out be do everything by bob matt is big in over the top is one of our favorite guys he played offensive learn started on the lawn and the dealer in the nfl which is very very rare and now we're going to bring him on right now what's going on that who are not have them oh oh he's not here yet okay somebody was on hold what was on hope i will get them on i do know that is he's calling a high school game tonight but she game with ted andrus i'm not sure which game it is chiappero and rock canyon it's seven o'clock on orange and blue our sister station seven sixty and he's really good at the two met in i have done a lot of games together but we've done a lot of high school games together i did play by play unheeded colour for several years to these color or as a doing color and mike reiss was the uh the playbyplay guy on the to recruit relegated a couple of weeks ago summit great najat chat andrews working with the most friday's chad calls nba summer league and they do they do a good job uh both those guys gone games for sure i was repressed i was really really impressed so hey i don't know where your but this is your time is supposed to be on with us right now he's probably rocket out to some serious are rock music and not hearing his phone ringing in his truck as you drive in over two ice will game is going on twitter couldn't hear the phone ring can't hear ring if you if you break it up with talic o'hare absolutes attorney yup you've heard that denver's trying to get amazon to.
"najat" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
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"And you seen them and you work with him you're not going to get rid of that asset easily unless someone just throws a lot at your makes it so hard for you to not keep them so he's gonna keep garoppolo because he knows that this is the guy like that is so hard to find a look around the league it's crazy there's like 10 teams those starting quarterbacks are awful who roster of quarterbacks are awful and you have a guy who you trust and they trust him and like him so they're not gonna let them go over easily i four let's go are are the ravens going to tossup a twitter pole and ask fans michael heffernan hut facebook total it's crazy najat snapchat navy doing crazy i'll just say this an i know we've got a gorgeous i'll just say there she colleague whatever there are a lot of people have different opinions about him as a player and opinions about him off the field me i said this before where he doing off the field is her work in brave and important and on the field he is still a really good player that's my opinion i've seen them play we're talking about the patriots are covered a game i think it was last season where he was he played a belgian air defense with almost nothing around him and kept them in the game almost singlehandedly catholic so i've seen him perform at a high level he still can and ravens don't sign and their fools.
"najat" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That has not been the case if it was expedia you'd be going on in there be one airline what has happened there or is that insurance companies have not found these to be especially prophet of all and desirable markets i think one thing that's important to keep in mind is that most health ensures their biggest book of business as employersponsored coverage that big plans that most of us in the united states are covered with so the individual market is already kind of small part of their are business and it was really an unknown they didn't know how much people would cost in the marketplace how many people would sign up so we've seen the people who sign up they are fewer of them than was initially projected they are sick are which means that premiums have to go higher so a number of health insurance companies have lost money on the marketplace says in 2014 2015 2016 and even before the election yuseub big health insurance plans like unite at an al najat saying they didn't want us on this marketplace better to cut their losses get out and just focus on the thing they know noted do best which is sal health insurance to big companies so this is clear earlier problem for people trying to use these health marketplace are there any steps that republicans have taken either in the congress or the white house that have have made this problem worse yes one of the things that republicans did in 2015 is they limited funding for a key progr graham those meant to stabilize the affordable care act this is something that senator marco rubio led the charge on basically there is a health insurance program those meant to limit the law says that a company would have in the marketplace says the idea was you know these marketplaces or new insurance companies don't really know who's gonna sign up how does that prices so for the first two years we're gonna you know like ball with bumpers on we're going.
"najat" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Said where's dan gilbert he's right outside grab him he's right outside dan gilbert just came in he's from basketball he's looking for a good basketball player somebody in the room said tell him we are not from cleveland john how in the world are you explain his in by the way is dim gilbert a minority honoring the cubs no i mean this is like a peter guber situation where gruber is part owner of the dodgers and partowner the warrior right so you could see a situation like that but i don't know why and in but these these substitution these visits the white house that they're doing outside of the press pool i think one of the reason they're doing that they had the cubs there today at one of the reasons are doing that is it's become so politically incorrect out of the white house to see trump because it with enough people think you're making a political statement so now they they're trying to me in these teams and they're saying look will have a celebration for you but we're not gonna let the press in you know it it it it's completely up to you whether or not yet you go najat remember the republican national convention wasn't cleveland last year at quickenloans arena which is owned by dan gilbert i did a whole story on this last year and when i asked him as political belief didn't want to weigh in but he he he is he intimated that he's far more of a libertarian than knavs socially conservative republican yeah i but i don't know why he would have been there at that particular thing unless trump's just invite norman won one evil which is highly fossil fast track okay ramona there's a story in the new york post about a bride name caroline earlier and one of her bridesmaids named haley.
"najat" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Five days good evening at eight twenty i'm erica herskowits while it was another losing effort by both baseball locals today the mets fell to the national citi field seven two four cent lugo made his second start wasn't quite as solid as the first time he stepped to the river this season he allowed four runs three earned on seven it's over just six than twothirds yielding a home runs leadoff batter trey turner in a first yoenis esperance went 4for5 and homered for the massive najat restraint and four of their last five he wanna yankees continued their downward spiral losing again in oakland they've now dropped fivestraight following a fact you setback at the coliseum masahiro tanaka got off to a terrible start here gave up a solo shot the match joy found a very i pity frail ended up allowing five runs on eight it hits over four coughed up a couple of months as well to ryan healy before suffering his fifth loss he anthony noticed a half a game ahead of the red sox are playing the astros in houston tonight in wisconsin today brian harmon currently atop the leaderboard twelve under after shooting a third round five under sixty seven has a oneshot lead over justin thomas county plea would and brooks kept heading into tomorrow our as final round of the us open nhl the devil's acquired twenty two year old defenseman miracle mueller from the shark's for a couple of pigs in is yours trap major league soccer her right here on a fan analyze the fcb seattle 2to1 with reports every twenty minutes erica has quit wfan 2020 sport hey yankees fans each wfp against thirtieth anniversary week and we're starting at all of this monday with our giveaways from six a m to six pm of tickets to see yankees oldtimers day on sunday june twenty fifth along.