24 Burst results for "Nazar"
Are Smart People Not Miserable?
"What we discussed in the previous episode about smart people and their ethic for hardwork and how it might not really propel them to the level of success that they might weren't itchy. How are we talk a little bit more about our smart people really happy? And why is it card that smart people are generally miserable? Though you were picked up being better educated being rich and being accomplished can help you be happy. In fact I think it leaves you less satisfied with life and you might say why so. Let's look at smart people? I make themselves unhappy by measuring themselves against external yardsticks near always comparing themselves with someone else and they're always comparing themselves. Someone about them in life are at work wherever in general from standpoint of saying look at what we have achieved in how can I have that? They're not really looking for happiness and they're not really concur satisfaction. They're looking for aggressive ambition and growth at the same time. They're also looking themselves as toward neat. Do not have so. They're comparing themselves with external States that looking at work they don't have then are looking at their blessings than counting their blessings. And then the other thing that they're doing is they're perfectionists. They're going after perfection and anything and everything they do. They wanted to be perfect. Hazardous out the misery. That's created dumb self choosing perfection or or action. They're the ones that are creating misery for themselves and every time they keep a goal in front distant this striped which even absolutely because they believe once they have achieved that goal it will sustain their happiness levels. And they'll be happy but guess. What was that goal is reached rate quickly? The happiness fizzles away and the next goal shows up itself since that tend to be very goal oriented and as a result for them. Happiness is winning or achieving these goals. And it doesn't last forever. And then after Achieve THEY WANNA move onto the next one in order to regain that sense of happiness again because between those two goals while striving for it what. The experience is that misery that feeling of depression meanwhile Nuri ability that they want to overcome by reaching those goals. And we see. This problem quite cubed with entrepreneurs especially who are easily prone to that misery and depression that we just talked about because one big win doesn't cut it. It needs to be a win after the other. And after the other and you and me both know that in business and in life it's not always miss that are losses. There are problems that need to be addressed. And that's how the winds happen. Come about resilience is what's needed new ring. It crosses of attacking these problems. Boom you process of fighting it out in order to make that happen so smart. People often make themselves miserable by being Koogle reentered. That's a fact and those who aren't goal oriented are more likely to feel properly satisfied with themselves in their lives again. Those are average lights since they haven't set high goals high bars for those high ambition for themselves and they're not moving direction. The other thing is smart. People don't WANNA be shallow. Rmt and that's why they obsess over external achievement and still being in the moment especially when they're doing something that they truly enjoy. It's all about achievement. It's not about experiencing the moment for them. Those some of the reasons that we could say that smart people create their misery for themselves as it is before dead out to achieve and not the Jimmy. The experience of drawing themselves are moving towards that achievement. That's the difference between why aggressive ambitious hard working and smart people are more prone to misery and depression than happiness and again like we talked about in the last episode the other things beyond just being a straight hard-working smart person that are required in order to add adventure in order to add excitement into one's life. Nazar does make sure that they're reaching those goals that they set for themselves make sure that they're cheating. Workday won't even the levels that they want to achieve and as adult find their happiness so it's important for everyone to make sure that you have goals and you strive to reach them but enjoy the journey. The journey off striving Grecia goes because living in the moment helps with that. And that's what is going to give you true happiness. It's the journey not the destination that gives you true happiness.
Camille Francois on Disinformation Campaigns
"How do foreign actors spread this information online and engage with us to sow chaos or simply spread their message? What have we learned from the campaign of Russian meddling into the two thousand sixteen presidential elections in the US and all we ready for? What's coming in two thousand twenty? Welcome to good code. A weekly podcast on ethics in our digital lives may mean is chain than the. I'm visiting journalist at Cornell Text Digital Life Initiative and I'm your host this week we talk with Kemi Hosoi. She's the chief innovation officer at Graphic and Network Analysis company that studies the spread and patterns of Information Online. She specializes in disinformation campaigns and media manipulation before joining graphic. She was the principal researcher. Google Jigsaw working on electro integrity and this information too. She's been in that space for very long time long before it was in the headlines. Every day I sat down with chemicals wave week ago minutes before her firm released a report called. Red Card which details a recent inoffensive campaign led by an Indian. Pr Firm on several issues including sucker after the two thousand sixteen elections the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Gave graphic out all the data they had on the Russian disinformation efforts targeting the elections millions of posts linked in large part to the Internet research agency the air a patrol farm based instant fetish perk spent seven months studying these posts looking for what she calls the. Abc's of this information actors behavior and content. So I began by asking her to walk us through what that campaign looked like concretely. Just to be clear on something. I don't think we got older data. We had all the data that the Senate could obtain at that time. And I think it's really interesting that nobody to the state had the entire data of everything that happened. The really means that we still have blind spots on this campaign and how you know how it functioned in how targeted users Certainly take a step back. The Russian attempt to target. Us audiences doesn't start in two thousand sixteen. It starts two years earlier with a project called project. Lakhta those two I years between two thousand fourteen in two thousand sixteen really interesting to study because they show a lot of like bizarre experiments that the Russians doing to understand the Americans and to try to see like what are going to be hot button issues. A how can you create panic? How can you go through local media to do that? How can you manipulate local executives to create panic you see in those first two years? Two thousand fourteen in two thousand fifteen a series of again bizarre experiments cullman chemical is one that people tend to be familiar with where the Russian campaign traits to create a local panic saying that chemical plant has exploded of course none of that is true but they send SMS to elected officials? They go on youtube and create fake explosion videos and you know pretty quickly get dismissed as a hoax a year. After that around Thanksgiving they try to create a panic around Thanksgiving. Turkeys being poisoned with Manila. And so you know for two years is sort of like poke around and try different things in two thousand sixteen. Of course it's election year. That is campaign that I think we're all familiar with in so here at that stage. They have fairly developed fake personas rights fake accounts fake individuals fake news organizations and advocacy groups. And those are going to engage in social media to divide the country as much as possible. Sometimes they even tried to use social media to get people to take action. Off-line right so there's a famous case where in Texas. They try to organize to groups of protesters on opposing issues. And they try to sort of like have them be face to face protesting in the streets from one another on the same day at the same time in two thousand seventeen is interesting moment to where the platforms are catching up with security and are starting to take down but at their own different pace facebook as the first to move the identify that some of these groups are not real organizations but are actually run from Saint Petersburg and they start taking it down one by one and that creates a note bizarre situation where these trolls start using the platforms against one another. So in the case of a group that attract many closely that was called black matters. Us was a fake group. It got kicked out from facebook. I in the they sort of moved to twitter to complain about being taken down from facebook and then they starting buying Google ads. In order to redirect traffic from their new websites. Right to two thousand seventeen is very much a cat and mouse chase between the trolls into different platforms and in two thousand eighteen. We see yet a different face of that activity with the midterms. Where here? It's a lot of sort of method. Trolling writes a lot of like telling people that they're going to do something. That's really big in the large campaign when it isn't really exactly the case. Finally we've seen them again at play in two thousand nineteen with a campaign with really good operational security rights of so much harder to look at the accounts and to say. Oh those are the accounts of the IRA but remarkably similar in terms of divisive content. That we have come to know a same communities being targeted of course because they're focused on twenty twenty this time. They're talking about the candidates that they were not talking about in two thousand sixteen Remarkable remarkably consistent strategy in that set. That was taken down in October. Two Thousand Nineteen where so the actors were mostly coming from. Russia on troll farms their behavior. Basically the main trait was what these Very elaborate pursue Nazar. How would you describe their tactics at the time? Yeah it's a great question because I think in reality. They were much more than one actor right. So if you take an actor like for instance it really wasn't in a lot of people's radar and we tend to think like. Oh Iran can learn from Russia and followed along. That's not true. Iran's started using information operations to target American audiences as soon as two thousand nine. They were already a lot of actress. President Two Thousand Sixteen. We were honesty also just not looking for them within the Russian actor is you of course had the I- Rachel Farm. Which is what I just discussed but you also had Russian military intelligence also being active in the election an honesty pursuing very different strategies for the IRA. We saw these very sophisticated fake personas. Some of them were quite popular on lines of my my own favourite troll is Jenna Abrahams. She was presenting as a woman in her mid thirties and her big thing was to do like very funny and engaging jokes online a lot of pop culture commentary and sometimes some really bizarre sort of political and racist commentary. She had built a huge audience to the point that she had often been cited in mainstream media. So that's for the IRA side the story right. So you create very sophisticated personas. Some of them are going to be very successful. And then you sort of used them to divide Americans to sort of like increase chaos in society. That's a bit of different strategy than we've seen from actors like the GRU Russia military intelligence seemed to have been more involved in the hacking and leaking operations right so hiking politicians obtaining material and in creating these campaigns about the release of the material of emails for instance so now fast forward to today. So you brought us through a little bit. What happened in the year before the year? Afterwards and since men in terms of volume has online deception. Faded has it grown. Is it just same? Same Old. Tim will offer Said's very hard to track. But I think it's fair to say that it's changed a lot. Sophisticated actors are getting better in many ways at hiding traces but in many ways investigators in platforms and reporters also getting better at finding these deceptive campaigns. So all the foreign actress side is an interesting cat and mouse game with. I think it's more type of government actors being involved being a little bit better at it every time and growing community of people who are here to expose them in who are sort of like catching up with these techniques. The thing that's also interesting is the growth of a Disney vacation for higher market marketing firms. That are now sort of selling fake profiles in creating fake organizations on behalf of their customers.
"nazar" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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Marchessault's hat trick leads Golden Knights past Devils
"Porches it was the whole natural hat trick for John at the margin so dates for day to log on on the devil sake network on radio dot com devils lose to the golden knights for three if the rock prior to the game devil's fired head coach John Hynes in Maine desist in coach Alain Nazar dean interim
SpaceX launch delayed by space station glitch
"Two NASA and SpaceX have delayed the launch of an unmanned cargo ship because of power problems on board. The international space station the space x dragon was supposed to fly early tomorrow. But Nazar says launched from the Kennedy Space Center is off until at least Friday space agency says the problem is with the distribution box. That says elect trysofi to two of the stations eight power streams, one of those goes to its robot arm, which is used capture the spacecraft mission. Rules say that stream and a backup both have to be full up. Just in case. There is a spare on board. Nasa says it's working out a plan to which stole it with robot arm, and without a space
"nazar" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"You know, like if you go and you follow me, you'll see which photos, I liked my name is show up to so Naomi knows if I like to a dodo video. She's like, oh you've seen this like literally five minutes. After I followed in light to one photo. Nazar a friend of mine to me it was like. You're into I saw you. It was five minutes. She because she saw photo. She saw the one photo. I liked happened to like look at the the account, but she like asked plaza to well, I can't remember how if she was following it. And I think it was one of the things we're like a me mccown posted their account to send you to go. Like, hey, look, here's a hot lady with like a nice as you want more this go follow as plaza like back there. Yes. And I think that's how we both saw because we both follow that same account. Yeah. And I was like that's the only way she would have known that quickly that I was going to ask as a. If without having seen that same thing. So she saw. Oh, no. You know, what it was when she she followed that same account. She clicked on the thing. And you know, it says like people it shows people who you know, who following and my name was fair. Was like, oh, so you follow as weather like, oh, God, this is embarrassing. But yes, I love a nice ass. He was asked plastic curious. Yeah. And checked it out. But now, maybe you guys have a thing to talk about we talked about ask plaza for a little bit. Oh my gosh. Put her name any street. I thought asked positive wasn't an account to show Aubrey Plaza's worst worst worst movie. Man. This is ask plaza. Oh my God. Trayvon thank you so much for helping us. Give people the truth in the light of how to handle their lives. Do you think you've helped people I hope so just get away get away from that N word? Bantus situations Zach making, but Bo. All right. Thank you guys. So much rate subscribed. All that jazz. We're on all the social media's follow us ask plaza on. On. Always find Trayvon. What are your handles this match on Twitter to Avio? And yeah. Just. All right, guys. We'll talk to you next week. Bye. On the next Ron burgundy podcast. This is actually exciting. You got Mr Peter Dingle. He's Chang's impersonal poetry, actually. So a lot of people actually find poetry interesting. The sound machine away series thrown of games game of thrones Ron in any surprises. We can expect from Tylenol Lancaster, curious minister. I heart radio is number one for podcasts. And it's easy to see. Why? The Ron burgundy podcast on iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts..
"nazar" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Out or for the police versus black people. Right. And so if I'm not gonna take my eyes out there, get tear gassed, I'm not putting on a shirt that didn't disrespect my ancestors, or even honestly, I'm not putting on a chart disrespecting. Our current activists come on, you know, like I I just don't feel that that shit is appropriate. But I do feel like I do need to start. You know? To say half you and so I came up with one, and they will go like this. Dear racism, I am not my ancestors. So please take it easy on me. Sincerely, these south moisturizing hands come out. I think I'm going to get that on shirt, you know, just to let racism no like as a heads up. Like, you know, I've never picked cotton. And don't want them in my in my life. I've never picked cotton. I recognize that it is a lot of work. And I don't think I think. Yeah. I've never been whipped. With an actual whip. You know, I thought women for my parents were plenty enough. You know, like that that got me. Just right. You know, I never had a moment of to to say my name is not Toby is coming to the I've never had that moment. And I would never disrespect that moment for the ones that had those moments. Okay. No one's I've tried to cut my foot off for anything other than diabetes. Okay. They wasn't my trying to state. All right. So not going to spend my assets is like that take it, easy racism. All right. You take the level off a heart. Put it on medium. I can deal with some medium racism. This extra heart. They survivors more moat and playing video games. I like the video games heart nickel. What let's make is easy as possible. Can we get super easy? Can we do like the key is you know, how birthday parties the bowl Nazar had a bump was give me the fucking bumpers in life. Yeah. Like and it's sad because their sacrifices are answered the sacrifices led to us being able to like one. Like, try to stay on their shoulders right to see the future, which is which is what you sacrificed for. But it also led to people standing on their shoulders and thinking, I'm tall. Right. I got hit by myself. And that's the only way you can have that sentiment of I like them other negroes. What what are you talking about? If not her them is no us, the mom. You know? So it's just it's weird. When people kind of have the backhanded like them niggers just laid there and took it. No, they didn't. I oughta fights and revolutions, and and people taking noble of this lay ships only way come in here. Like just the deaths of people that were insubordinate being branded. And being like, I say, you gotta read this shit to understand like what's happening because as long as you walking around thinking like slavery what and shit and Jim crow wasn't shared and the civil rights movement was shit because hey, I'm here now, and I have my own problems..
"nazar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You know, Dallas Mavericks, very outspoken. Yes. He and I was just about to comment on that. He has been extremely skeptical about krill long term viability of each sports, and he's not been shy about it. And so far he's been wrong and been happy to admit that he's been wrong. I'll give him credit for that. He has always freely admitted when he was wrong. Absolutely. So let's let's take a listen to what the exchange was. Right. So he was citing an article talking about how east sports players are burning on their twenty s and he says the core issues that the games change with each change every team has to practice as a unit and consider every permutation that requires intense practices and a lot of time. It's the main reason I wouldn't buy legal legends team supporters. Great. But it doesn't change the issue to which are Nate Nazar replied, working eight to ten hours a day doesn't seem out of the ordinary to be the best in the world. Literally anything does it. Mark overwatch league teams have amazing support infrastructure is to help their players. Manage those schedules and be at their best on game day. It's not really any different than basketball. You should come. Check it out. Mark. How often does the game change? How much time is required to a data. Perfect as a team after change and do all teams globally approach the practice time the same. I'm far from wwl smart. But look at the bridge to change the NBA doesn't make changes mid season. We've talked we've talked about this so much about what shifting meta does for the longevity of the east boring. Also, would it does in terms of marketability watch ability all type of stuff when it comes to how the public and the players react towards a particular Eastport. And I think this is an important question, especially from an executive somebody who would be investor. Yes. Any sports that you know, it's it's it's a question. I honestly think is not necessarily asked enough CBS just did a special over the holiday break about e sports in about how many hours are being put in and alley in particular. And I think that this is a conversation that needs to be had listen, we're talking about professional sports. You have guys who are doing maybe two to three hours of physical practice a day. Maybe another three hours of video review in other non physical practice. You know, what I'm saying strategy all that type of stuff then there's sort of like a training apply. Oh, metrics and all that type of stuff. That's not you know, working on game skills that does really only cover about eight to ten hours. We regularly regularly hero by he's sports professionals putting in much longer days than those twelve. Lert teen sixteen hour day. You know, we've we've really got to focus on on the subject of Mark Cuban's concern, which is the shifting meta which isn't necessarily even determined by any of the league's this is determined by the developers now unless you have a situation like with the oath wwl or like with the league of legends. Where the developer is highly highly involved with the way that the league is run Ryan manage you're at the mercy completely of the developer. If the developer changes, something and changes it the night before your tournament and your computers aren't updated the next day. It can delay the tournament. And we've seen this happen. This is happened enough times where it's been an issue. So I think that you know, in instances where you do have the developer working with the league shouldn't some kind of thought or care be. Given to the way that the the meta shifts. So they don't have an incident that played out like we saw at the fortnight winner skirmish. Yes, for you know. Any of the times where we've seen tournaments have to shift on a dime in terms of the meta that's being played. Well, that doesn't even take into consideration the quote unquote off season for east sports. The fact that they have to keep playing to stay up on medicine and the way that characters are changes interact with each other. You don't actually have an off season right in sports. You might not. You're not going to be still playing football. You're still going to be conditioning. You're going to be staying in shape. But you're not playing that same game every single day and on top of that these kids are also streaming to try to make up more income as why you're absolutely right. But at the same time, there is a certain argument out there that I sympathize with if these guys aren't playing on the current meta, how can you really say that they're the best in the world at that game at that particular time if your community is playing by a completely different set of rules. Then you're pro players are who's to say that you're actually the best is that is that genuine competition. Is that more fair is it not? I don't know. I mean, it is interesting. Conversation. But I also think is a conversation. That's not necessarily rooted in what makes sense. Rooted in reality. It's not I think there is a certain level of metal locking that. You have to have for your sport to be viable. I mean think about how many times that you know, you've gone to play basketball or soccer, whatever sport in like, you and your buddies just making the rules that doesn't it doesn't matter. How good some person comes in and plays under that rule say if they're just better than you at basketball. They're just bettering exactly little league JV varsity college football's all have different rules. But you still don't know in disputes that because you know, the people who play in the NFL are the best in the world that what they do. No one disputes that. But at the same time Mark's got a really good point that, you know, if you've got these guys that are struggling to be able to keep up, then it do you not see burn out at twenty four twenty five years old. You really do. And I think that you know, to make eastwards long-term viable, I'm kind of with Mark where you've got to be at least a little bit. You've got to be aware of it at least, and especially in instances where the developers are closely linked with their league. I think that there should be an extra like some extra thought given to that. You're listening to checkpoint X P E sports, and gaming radio wanted to everyone listening on CBS sports radio thirteen hundred in Baltimore as well. As the ticket twelve thirty in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. We're currently talking about a discussion that Nate man's or the Commissioner of the overwatch league had with major investor mogul tycoon. Cuban Mark Cuban. I don't know if a tycoon is.
"nazar" Discussed on Connected
"Do they make. Soda of some kind. They make pipe bands. Really. Southern pine pans. What is. Yeah, like put you make by them. Okay. Now they make the air oppress what. Religiously. Yeah. So can you throw it comes, you can. Five Arab e they make frisbee and the arrow press frisbee company. Well, looking at frisbee thinking of is where frisbees came from. Yes. Frisbees pie Thames. Yeah. So I'm not wrong. They they, they made pie tins and now they make toys. Yeah, but that's not the same. I was points for me. Okay. So what? So he got that one incorrect. Got sorry, buddy. So this is some kind of could be a bunch of things looks to me. I side, you looked like some kind of. Some kind of empty cello, you know, the musical instrument. With with like a cello with a net. For some reason, but it's not. I don't think it's that. So it should be some kind of sport also looked like some kind of cleaning product for the house like like offense, broom. He's a really good guesses. Could also be could also be. Paddle up some kind. This is a pilot. This is a paddle for Pez for sports, but I'm just going to go with sport paddle. This is this is paddles. This is just cold lacrosse. What is the thing that rich people do that? That's the one. Oh, so it's an actual isn't across the same as polo? No. Okay. No, you're thinking of Paolo is the thing that rich people do? Oh, really? Lacrosse is a kind of violent game where you is that net thing the bull goes in there and you throw the bowl. It's a, but it's like a teams ball and as goalies and stuff polo is the one with the horses, right? Yes, it can be. It's water polo. Which case is the horses are? Are that. Now, what is this. I have no idea what this is. This could be, I think a religious symbol, some kind of like minds I or could be a weird egg, like could be a blue eg could be laid laid by are weird. Fish could be the cookie aga- weird fish, honestly, because it's blue. I don't know this is so this is an object because of the it's simple. It's got like lighting in like it's a three d. thing. So it's an odd, physical object. Seen from above, I suppose. But why is it like with the with the black circle and the light, blue and white? So it must be like a precise, like an exact thing that people know. This is this. Okay. I'm gonna give you the description of this before I tell you the name, an I shaped amulet believe to protect to protect against the evil eye. His as a blue gloss bead with an I made from the cycles of white light, blue and dark blue. A commonly seen item in Turkey. This is the Nazar amulet while I never would have said. NASA Nazzal Nazar Nazar so some known as the evil talisman. But I was right about the I'd though, so I was completely new. Also write about it kind of having more like spiritual side. Well, okay. Puzzle piece. Incorrect that is simply called jigsaw jigsaw. Why? What is this. Mean what's what jigsaw is a sore is a type of electrical soul, which is which is what you would use to make jigsaw puzzle. I guess. You just you just call. Like you don't say, you don't say like today, I'm gonna do a puzzle. You say, today I'm going to do a jigsaw puzzle. Is that how you say. Sometimes, yeah, I feel like I don't have any back this up, but I feel like jigsaw puzzle involves a level of complexity that regular puzzle doesn't have. Maybe this is interpreted. But yes, it should be called puzzle piece, but it's not because. All right reasons. So the next one so puzzle is a tiling puzzle that requires the assembly. Often, oddly shaped into locking anticipating pieces. And they were rectangle wooden cutting that picture into small pieces with a jigsaw..
"nazar" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"There are things that have happened because I was I had taken a vow. It was a very very strict bowel. It was what's called the Nazar writes about and Israelis when they heard about me they were very excited that I was an has a ride and like Samson Samuel, John the Baptist. They were Nasserites. It's a dedication about dedication. Well, my bowel was over with, you know, after a few years, look at the pictures, I've got really long hair. Well, after after my grandsons died I had to I had to cut my hair off. And that takes too long explain that. So back to your question. Was it divine? I don't know. But I'm telling you. It was it was easy for me to understand this scroll in a may have been just because I technically I was used to doing investigations. I was used to putting puzzle pieces together to figure out how rulings what caused the building burned to the ground and build identified the point of origin, and that sort of thing. Okay. We're going to go to break here. When we come back. I wanna ask you Jim about the dig that the Israelis Deiter undertook for you on your behalf based on your information. How short did it stop? Why did it stop? And will we ever be able to get back in there?.
S&P 500, Dow end lower with energy, financials; Tesla falls
"Charlie the Dow SNP are quiet right now the Dow down sixteen points s and p's our little change and NASDAQ is higher by twenty one ten you'll, false, a two point nine three percent small caps are higher. By three points and seven. Of the main eleven Espy sectors are trading higher led by gains in telecom materials and consumer discretionary energy financials and industrial 's led, to the downside, Nazar biotechs gain nine transports are, little changed semi struck ten points in the vix is higher by one, percent leaders, in the Dow Nike United health and Dow DuPont while Chevron Procter and gamble and Merck led to the downside Side after earnings Roku jumped. Twenty two percents y'all rose twenty, seven percents. And Paraguay dropped eleven percent in other news Seagate fell seven point six percent after Goldman. Sachs downgraded the company to sell and Tessa fell six. Percent, the companies face broader SEC strutiny over. Elon Musk's
Dow, S&P 500 end lower; energy, industrials drop
"Bloomberg business app junk on Twitter This is a Bloomberg business, flash Bloomberg world headquarters I'm Charlie, Pellett fed, Wednesday stocks mix let's head, right. Over the. First word breaking news desk for today's afternoon call areas Bill Maloney and good afternoon Charlie that's right US stocks are trading mixed right now the Dow down seventy. Four points SOB strapped three and NASDAQ is higher by twenty seven fewest ten yield at three percent small caps are down, two points and five, of. The main eleven SMU sectors are trading higher led by. Gains in technology real estate and telecom energy industrials and utilities led to the downside Nazar biotechs gain Twenty-one transports dropped sixty nine semi's declined by four and the vix is higher by two percent leaders in the Dow apple. Intel and j. p. Morgan while Caterpillar three, m n, Walgreens led to, the downside, in other news the asset managers fell in today on reports fidelity plans zero expense ratio index funds and Rex plunge injured. A report that Carl Icahn has his Cigna and may oppose the Express Scripts deal after earnings apple jumped five. Percent to a record canes brands.
The Future of Organ Replacement
"Regathered is that says, basically creating new tissues, new or goods that serve thick. So like how did you get entrusted in using three d. printer to make New Orleans for people? That's a great question. So you know, we actually had already implanted some tissues into patients tissues that we had engineered, and we knew that we could do that one at a time for patients. We were making them hand made if you will. And for us, of course, we realized that if we really wanted these technologies to reach many more people that we wanted to automate these technology scale them up, if you will. And so that's when we start thinking about how to apply the strategies that we were using for tissue engineering and creating tissues and organs by using bar printing or just printing techniques to help us off. Automated.
"nazar" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Head of roskam nazar alexander zhukov well i guess he's he's allowed to give give his two cents worth they've only got the first answer to his question on the front page where he kind of just says the the reason we had to ban this because it's it's whether terrorists plotting and planning and executing there but one expects that's not the only reason at the heart of all of this yeah i think we can at least say that and i'll definitely be reading the rest of the interview apparently he talks about sort of facebook vpn 's but also the possibility of looking the entire internet in russia the entire yes so i'll be having a range of later i mean that would be a feat unto itself wouldn't have to block the entire incident i mean it's just it's impossible i i don't believe that it's it's all it's all that would be fascinating to see page i think we've got home for just one more one okay so one more small story well i think the front page of nova gazeta is interesting just because of this big claim that makes so it's the titles empty warmongering and it sort of this crazy graphic with all these missiles coming down on the stump says you know the western coalition has cracked down on syria but not on russia so the threat of war is reducing but the cold war is essentially starting diplomatically an economically and they've got a three to seven pages about this in the body of the newspaper so and i think that's something that a lot of people of commentators are speculating on at the moment of solutely an always a always interesting work coming out of the newspaper as well paid rentals were short on time we'll have to leave it there but thanks very much for guiding us through today's russian newspapers.
"nazar" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"On the kla man but i do feel like my man oh you know blankly at least eighty but they always say of that are out there right now goes for parts david kiptoo armoured chasing admit home is under like you did number two in your pants are very is the reason good when everybody to charity in the morning on what else it is five cheesy l kids jerry lee team the batting on the flight snack no no no no new so so so no no no so so so quickly oh i don't wanna know where did in the mall andrei the mall bob day from biology north thank you made here ramle zakel ram nazar janja the and the thought of as dares yard how big i don't wanna know naughty naughty naughty when the disaster so the zone the down and not on no no no view so so so new and now every time from this one reform not one of them got some one june as soon the mob been down just a zdnet in fact yes sir yup they don't wanna know meanwhile mt igman zone and on phnom no known rigging in his sentence selling nicol who wears thing in the mall abdrei among the ooh abdullah nick viall with a not on no no which is he present from the amu northern with aamir moment the new interior no no you do di di di di di di di di too two two all women really bad driver guys just want to sit around all day in threats themselves and front men are from mars women for the role of beat why can't you put the toilet seat down jio something the back you all if it's time for chaired and katies battle of the sexes and the number one hit music station windows seven five casey your fate of best sex way magath.
"nazar" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"To all us it's young jeffrey with your up to the omitted driver does screw it up jazz accident has the left lane blocked in seattle on boston on five twenty eastbound just after motley boulevard slowing things from there back to the five interchange also had an earlier crash in tukwila on four or five southbound found just before the 5 interchange that's now been cleared off to the shoulder that's causing a backup going to round valley freeway so ever to seattle's an hour five minute drive right now to combet of bellevue taken howard twenty it's young jeffrey brooke jubal traffic movin ninety two point five it's no secret here in the united states are malls are die summary americans just don't enjoy spending the day frolicking through the shopping centre anymore people do at the mall right there one in years but i remember when i was there i was rollicking last time maybe that's because the malls here aren't being creative enough when it comes to improving the shopping experience and maybe you should start looking over to china for ideas because in the news today one company has introduced a bizarre new service and on the first day they actually had a line just to get into the mall woah atalanta what they did coming up at seven ten spergon jubal morning zoe saldana want to law dj khaled nazar june water domain names yes this is in the walls the does the moon jaein gene emme the two yeah she was scheme places amanda nunes thank you yes.
"nazar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"That to dip our story there are many people who want all loving god if you talk about a god who forgive cnn loves people they like that would take that same truth and excommunicate someone from the church or chased the about because of their sin and that some people may head that's the way christ was what you got was full god in every instance in every situation and everything that john rights is designed to show us how john mccain the believe that jesus christ is god and his savior and also how john keen to have this wonderful special relationship with jesus christ in his own life has the beloved the poces one of the things that did that for john is what happened right here if we keep in mind that this book is designed to generate faith in christ the generate a personal relationship with him and you realize that this story is that which ultimately does accomplish that because it shows us a new dimension to the life and ministry of jesus christ what you see when you go down through this text is that the movements of jesus christ in those early days of his ministry probe that he was god and he had full divine authority and what that ultimately leads us to conclude is we need the place our faith in him and in the written word of god in other words what you get when you get a story like this in the gospel of john is the perspective that you cannot just have your own emotional view of jesus christ you must believe christ and who he reveals himself believe he can be general d can be ferocious he can be forgiving d can be condemning and when you come to this passage you see that in a very real way now to like there are two trips that christ began to make in the early days of his ministry after the episode in qena trip number one was this journey to cut per annum after that wedding in qena jesus goes to could per annum he either went from qena to nasser it took a purdham orient gone from nazar at the kien addict a purdham capuna was an unwanted small but prosperous coastal fishing city that was located on the.
"nazar" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"This is charles hosby olivet nazarene university believes that an education unlocks a person's potential they believe an educated person has a positive impact on his or her community they believe that education is not something to be contained but imparted to the world they believe in you learn more at graduate olivet edu all of it nazar university where you are to where you will be right here on the rams photos with this headline paxil rose is as it turns out at zero started passing now take down notices on these websites and i'm google my advice to axel give better shames lear to take me downton wisconsin city where the fears cold end though food is easy yes on news talk five ninety cagey armstrong six to tell a ogoni armstrong and getty show glad you're here mornings armstrong talking about you got trump in asia on that trip dealing with china and north korea my gosh will sad head north korea decide to make some sort of show with the president in in the neighborhood sure i'd be a good idea will uphold is fly right over pyongyang's job hot coffee out of the back air force one we just don't known continued fall on for a disintegration of the democratic party on the next armstrong in.
"nazar" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"An exclusive presentation of the great american conference i thank you michael again here are the standings arkansas tech is six and to wash it tall is six in two southern arkansas as six and and southeastern oklahoma is sick and two now remember all eleven games are conference games in the gac so four teams tied at the top then you have uam at five in three harming it five been three hinder senate in four northwestern oklahoma three and fab southern nazar rain at three and five east central oklahoma to in six south western oklahoma to in six and oklahoma baptist at all when i first game tomorrow the one richard now be doing you am at why style cliff pair stadium in arkadelphia at one o'clock then it two o'clock at southwestern oklhoma at oklahoma baptist and harden at south eastern oklahoma so one of those top teams could get knocked off because harding is really rolling right now richard they're playing as good as anybody in everybody's wish had got to believe him in the first three weeks of the season when they lost three in a row and harding's this opened the fourteen above them all lose an extra game and so they're in the mix southern arkansas had henderson a big game and arkadelphia that shit two o'clock arkansas tech eastcentral oklahoma that is at four o'clock and northwestern oklahoma at southern rain at four o'clock now reach will rankings the top seven get in the region right now washed us number eight in arkansas text number nine so both of them a chance to go the playoffs if one i've wins that more the plan blah freising friday night high school football scoreboard coming up right after these messages.
"nazar" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Insured and wars at located novel new york moore i will that's fantastic this is going great by the way no kinnock asia wondering chosen this is gone fantastic and you get one thousand dollars arafat africom thirty good rerun nazar her brad later that he didn't get any bad or whatever another shot to win common up wayne paddy it's coming up in the four pm hour with broadway billy are you sure you know who that female voice belongs to i'm sean take their money back no no no we number that's an illegal i can't do that anyway her name is patty just for you the review well i'm here now he's doing and i'm alba's to ransom you go right that found no harangued him bring it does this show aid thirty one portion shows and cheese all at selami now yeah he went two thousand dollars no shouting to win four o'clock hour day today on our facebook page got a lotta great things you got the scientists who created a noise canceling fork that eliminates all the slurping sound when you're a new israeli hers zafy wilmington then you got to see this this agent from an airport in rochester he's guiding the plane in the runway rubbish dancing around varieties crazy it's great and you got the pennywise declined you've got to see that and you got a guy in utah running from believes he gets stuck in the church you got call a nine one one to get out of there and we are back tomorrow morning for the friday festivities in the weekend blast all spectacular that girl whatever name is we'll give away a out as song of the day at seven ten tomorrow morning let's about it brad your released to go via while at wanna show scott weld on my new thank you come from you that means absolutely nothing now on on the whopping officer that he says that every day data maher more brand nearly six am sharper the sound of our braver our troops are police officers and our first responders we love you for listening and by i love it first it was harvey than whose you could take by but have a coffee break you could take baiba jet with a coworker or you could take bibin win with the new york lottery hi dan taylor and with one in nine odds take by from the new york lottery is your daily chance to win great cash prizes play today and go for the win just pull out of.
"nazar" Discussed on SwiftCoders: Weekly Interviews with Swift Developers
"It's not a million miles away from where i'm thinking of going with this i am so there's a few issues of festival i'm writing layout nodes programmatic lee at the moment doesn't actually give you as much of a type safety win as you might imagine okay and nazar isn't that other questions can ask but sorry go ahead right said that the reason for that is because the expressions themselves a still evaluated at runtime and that's not a sort of you know limitation of the fact that i'm using exum outlets by design um you know i am not really using water layout a tool in this um your order layouts layout system is based on the idea of of effectively defining will of your constraints as expressions but they're very rigid expressions they your each one of them has leica a subject and a multiplier under constant gray and those are kind of represented um you're using leica odds are internally that probably structures on me um so there's there's like a very rigid army lock it's a formula i think there's like some article that was written on it so okay so it's like it's its own expression your you get created your own type of expression yes lasso like you're on formula well no so uh mine minds like a formula's system or like a freeform formula system leg i don't know exactly what you call it but in in like i i think both worth so for me that the this is almost like a completely separate reason for grazing the what could be unrelated to the problems with story boards.
"nazar" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast
"Nazar right to god from the womb all right we'll win wednesday special calling it a stark in the delivery round the davis kids born he belongs to god from the womb he shall begin and notice he shall begin to save it like first of all how awesome would it be to have with all due respect to the little plastic test you buy at walgreens how many people who have had the privilege of conceiving a child how many people would have gone instead of the walgreens test how many people in favor of the and djelic announcement how would you like to animal wer some right and and we were going to go and actually check if were pregnant but in the middle of the night and angel showed up and hang on hang on hang on hang on not just an angel as i said already the prean karn it christ came to announce and not to say your kids are gonna get straight days and not to say hey your kids gonna be president someday your kids going to save the nation so where there's personal sacrifice involved and where there is this is the third thing great expectation where there's been a longing for a child where there's been personal sacrifice for the child and where for whatever reason there is great expectation placed upon this child the stage is set for something disastrous we're focused on fathers but the damage of the permissive parent is is immense and this is of course the perfect storm of permissive parenting so the bible doesn't say anything about sampson as a kid because i think he was such a terror.
"nazar" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"That's obviously not the right answer it's not the right answer here either but you in order to be successful you sort of need to say stop and go okay team we need to sit down we need to start doing a little do some qa testing do some some some kind of real world analysis of what this thing's going to do how it's going to behave right and yeah we're going to get it wrong you probably need overprovision the start yet but as as an ongoing process will narrow down we'll get to the point where paid we've we've figured out that right there are some the the thing on mentioned there are some calculators online's if you go to the the cosmos db docks elm somewhere in there there's that they give you some calculators so you can do things like in your some sample jas on and say well i'm i'm gonna do i'm going to update we us i'm going to submit to five hundred thousand of these per second rayo what's going to cost me neck on italy's boot in our you estimate yeah exactly and so you can you can you can kinda get some ballparks to start with about totally flame lying about you but trying to figure out your azure bill is really hard yes and there i know there's an api for billing and actually one of our app the next guys went to work on the in the billing system that lose out but that's one of those things that um i don't i used to spend a little bit more time in there on the aws and the aws world um i don't spend as much anymore but that's always one of the things that i've been kind of kind of secretly jealous of of the aws side of the fences they have an entire ecosystem of third party folks who do nothing more than for instance optimize you billing right building estimate yeah exactly there are some folks who do that on the address nazar lay there are few yeah uh and the and one of the things here is like the timing effort he takes to do that kind of optimization you'd better know how mature spending in the first place writings recently spending a couple of hundred dollars you really should spend a lot of time focusing on that like you'll make yourself crazy right and if you'd nakodar the part you're gonna knock.
"nazar" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Now where do i perceive nazar the all town disappoint guards i don't know what to do with him because we went from thinking he was a pretty good point guard thinking he might be an alltime great point guard completely overnight eighty can't gordy but that being said he might be one of the five or six best shooters in the history of the nba when you look at it by numbers will give free throws to portas 3pointers the whole nine he's out there where he is all the time i have been grappling with that question for years i feel like a man as to great questions that i gave him zero answers might not a single one it is the fact that that one of those heavy piece followed belongs well one of the absolutely belongs to check our usa the aluminum i belong to kobe now the ulfa will belongs to check the all six will campbell to copy he put a 35 points a game not going anywhere with that gm and basically just not passing the bald anybody else look at your satellite akobe staying they'll try it see i'm jointly sam i'm one of these colby a kobe hater so to speak that's not the case anymore dumb i have given them props when did stobie system wendy welcome windowrama outlook a delicate cooler sound when i say that mamba out when did stop wind windy you stop coke just i need you to explain at me when did use you're welcome looked at i'm kulik cobi bouquet by the way it is an argument that the old six mvp actually should he'd been lebron james or during the viscous have you looking at when shares by the way talked to guys who win shares they year dirt of his number one lebron james number two.