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Popups become adventures as Mariners beat White Sox 5-1

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Popups become adventures as Mariners beat White Sox 5-1

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"nextel" Discussed on Growth Mode

Growth Mode

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"nextel" Discussed on Growth Mode

"Services. Actually you know. That's all i've ever sold. I've never actually sold a product if you will. So i sold. Hvac commercial printing so franchises. I sold sales training you know. So everything i did was more of a service where you've actually sold some some products along the way that you probably read service games. I've i've primarily been in the service the service world as well. I kind of had one. That was more of a hybrid. When i was doing the nextel wireless phone thing. But i had way more success when i was selling that when i sold it as a service then when i was just selling the product of hey let me tell you a phone so i actually think selling services way easier than selling a product. You know i don't know i'm always debated that over the years With with a product at least people tend to be looking for that product. I think with a service. People don't always know they need that service. And i'll speak specifically towards sales training. Nobody ever knocked on my door and said will you train my sales people you know that that was never a thing commercial printing. You know everybody. All corporations need some sort of printing so that became a very tough commoditised type of you know it was a commodity that we had stack up against and in that particular sale there was no differentiator. Every one of us had the same printers the same equipment. Same paper stock the same. Inks you know the same scope to same delivery time. There was really nothing that sets you. Apart from the converse you'll the competition you had to literally Legitimacy legitimately go in and actively sell to be able to get your products and services in there So even though. I never sold a product. I kind of liked the idea of you know the girl scout cookies wanna cookie here by. I mean for me that would be a pretty frigging but but selling selling sometimes is is a little bit tougher thing to do because with a product you get to touch it feel it hold it.

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"nextel" Discussed on Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!

Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"nextel" Discussed on Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!

"Well. I had the idea at the beginning to start lock as global manufacturers. And you have like you have sixty seven categories ospel from prio spital to march at the answer so every department nail nate's neuro anesthesia. And i see you have sixty seven categories. It's practically impossible to work with next nextel sheet or system so you need to have right process and the right equipment. So i have the privilege to have a partner in the company as the vice president where we have completely different knowledge of I'm somebody on the feel is somebody internally can established process and having the technology to work in our favor so we are very well equipped. We have salesforce that. It's been completely remodel around our business model and not like normally you will be using the salesforce. We have training platform. That's been developed directly internally. That we are assuring that proper training of the distributor every single rap of a distributor and we went even further drink ovid because nobody could do in servicing their technology. And yeah spital. So we even dab our training platform for the end user to be able to get the training on the on the technology that we are representing so We also have all the dashboard that our life so they are refreshed every three hours. Where the manufacturer can follow everything. That's going on In the world so they will see all the different stages that it was talking brier prospect contrasted decision process negotiation and distributors and it will see their the world map of the trade shows that the manufacturers doing the distributors doing which luck corporations are doing. We can have the budget forecast. Everything is on the dashboard. And and everything is working so smoothly so obviously we need to do a lot of training with our people to be working with these tools. We have I had the privilege to have somebody internally that can put everything easy for us in a minute ago. You mentioned salesforce twice just for listeners to understand you're talking about salesforce dot com the crm Management program in an. It's so it's been somewhat customized for you. Are you using that to.

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"nextel" Discussed on Growth Mode

Growth Mode

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"nextel" Discussed on Growth Mode

"And i mean i know a upon a time i was training a company with a bunch of inside sales teams and we were walking through cold calling and they kept bragging about this one guy that was just crushing it. With a number at dial she was new to the company and she was just doing a more dials than anybody else and they were so excited because they you for how much activity she was doing but for her like i three or four days. They never checked her call log and when they finally did they realized why she was making two to three times more calls than anybody else. Issue is literally just calling her own personal cell phone. She was out calling all the people she was thought she would be in great about number dials and not overall a success is because that's what they were praising for obviously she didn't stay with the company but that's how afraid of choline people get is they'd be willing to dial their own cell phone versus going through the mental game. Everything of cold calling. So i i think people have to do is relax a second thing. People absolutely have to do. Is you gotta have a list. There's nothing worse than sitting down to cold calls and going okay. I'm gonna do twenty dials today. Enduring these twenty dials. I'm i'm gonna find the people that go so that go to linked in that go to google. They put a searcher man. They find a ceo heading. They had to look up the number and they go through. All the steps will twenty minutes later. They're finally making the dial and then they go to the next one and then so there's too much time to get up in your head and not make the dial so i always tell everybody you know. Take an afternoon. I make a master list of people you're going to call and then do the cold calls the next day and then don't filter the list because we all the done it where we've got listed names or calling or like all right number one. Let's go. I gotta know number two. Let's go back. I don't know number three. They probably don't need what i'm selling them and go to the next one. So you can't feel through the fucking list. Favorite my favorite tactic when i was doing the nextel thing. Selling the walkie talkie phones is when i was driving around for appointments with clients. I had one of those little micro tape recorders in my vehicle. And i recorded the names and phone numbers of all the company vehicles at drove bite me and because i understood. Hey and i it was all about. Hey i know who my target market is it is companies who have people out on the road doing things so i was like all right..

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"nextel" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

Esports Network Podcast

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"nextel" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

"Any other industry is that, when you, when you, attach a tangible product, to something, you can really create some of some of the extended value. And that connectivity talk to someone, for example, if you have any sports player that's Rock and right now, I'd love to come in and support them with. It's not like, it's a new model. Let's go to create a brand around you not just a parallel, not just some shots me thanks. Let's start to create a real brand around you what what can you attach your name to that I've have history and developing those products? You know what are the vehicle owned? It could be a skincare product to be a cool hair gel and then but also have the opportunity job. Get into distribution, get retail and then you start to build an Empire around a player and you start to help support their earnings and just start to show them. There's other ways to value your popularity, as long as the value your Reach In addition to just sponsorships winning these tournaments. Let's start to show you what you can really do with with the world that you that you've built. But I've I've been obsessed with connectivity. Since the day, I hate to bring it up with since those Twin Towers came down in a one. I saw nextel's push to talk and I said that is a very important piece of technology. And then since then I went on this, this pilgrimage for lack of a better word to create parallel networks. Create a way to connect with people locate people in the absence of typical Wi-Fi or traditional cellphone networks. And through that Journey, we created the company, I got, I merged a lot of my assets and resources and so company has now called nodal and normal to become the world's largest wireless network. And and it's pretty damn exciting with that thing can do. We open up some tremendous? Monetization, a place? Patience for a partners for people that can actually download the novel cash app and start to earn a cryptocurrency directly from their smartphone..

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"nextel" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"nextel" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

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Scientists rename genes because Microsoft Excel reads them as dates

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Scientists rename genes because Microsoft Excel reads them as dates

"Skid, suber annoyed by Microsoft, Excel's auto formatting for dates like sometimes I'm trying to type A date in a particular way for a particular reason, but excel keeps changing back to the format it once. Well geneticists got so annoyed with it were more specifically concerned about errors that they have actually renamed twenty seven human genes because xl kept misreading the genes as dates and switching up there formatting. So every gene gets a name in an Alpha Numeric Code. Several of those happened to be the same abbreviations as months, for example, membrane. C. H. Type Finger one as the alphanumeric symbol March one. But if you type that into an excel, sell it, auto formats it two, one, Dash Mar quoting the verge. This is extremely frustrating. Even dangerous corrupting data that scientists have to sort through by hand to restore. It's also surprisingly widespread and affects even peer reviewed scientific work one study from two thousand sixteen examined genetic data shared alongside three, thousand, five, hundred, and ninety seven. Seven published papers and found that roughly one fifth had been affected by excel errors, there's no easy fix either excel doesn't offer the option to turn off this auto formatting and the only way to avoid it is to change the data type for individual columns. Even then a scientist might fix their own data, but as soon as someone else opens the same spreadsheet, Nextel without thinking errors will be introduced all over again and quote. So this week, the Hugo Gene, nomenclature committee or H. G. N C who was responsible for the standardization of gene naming announced new guidelines to change the alphanumeric symbols for any genes affected by Microsoft Excel's auto formatting. So the March one gene is now march. F, one. A gene whose symbol was sept one or Septa is now as E. P. T. I n. one. In total, they've changed about twenty seven so far, and they are keeping a database of the old symbol. So people can cross reference that. This is the first time that the names of genes have had to be altered to a software

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"nextel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"nextel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"nextel" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"nextel" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

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"nextel" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"nextel" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A service of nextel plumbing and rose pest solutions governor of Kentucky says efforts to try and bully him into lifting restrictions put into place to slow the spread of covered nineteen are not going to work the end of this year says he was disgusted by a protest at the governor's mansion over the weekend or an image of him was hung in effigy I could never understand the depths of pain the December causes to many of my fellow Kentuckians but I can't condemn it outright as wrong as a vile and evil here says he won't back down efforts to protect the health of the people of the bluegrass question wearing a mask in public is turning more political many businesses in some states require if president trump continues to question the value of protective face coverings and it's become a source of contention now between him and his democratic opponent trump in his twenty twenty opponents sparring over the issue of face masks trump criticizing Biden for wearing a mask on Memorial Day he was standing outside with his wife perfect conditions perfect whether they're inside they don't wear masks and so I thought it was very unusual that they had one on Joe Biden firing back on CNN he's a full not too full to talk that way I mean every leading Dr no world is saying we should wear a mask when you're in a crowd in a deliberate here ABC news Washington it was out the ending they were hoping for last night we have recovered the five year old missing in the water down here near the boat dock area after an all day search at a campground in Adams County the body of missing five year old Campbell Walters was found yesterday he was last seen playing in the water choose a police filed murder charges of mourning in connection with the death of an elderly woman in Mount Washington seventy nine year old and a kid well died from apparent head trauma in her home off Beechmont Avenue near Elston and nineteen year old Cullen killed well it's been arrested and is facing charges news radio.

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"nextel" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"nextel" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of nextel plumbing governor of Ohio is forming a new unit the police bars and restaurants to make sure social distancing guidelines are followed agents will be watching for violations that could lead to an establishment losing its liquor license Mike DeWine says he was disappointed seeing photos from packed bars over the weekend no welcoming the people people want to get out this nice nice time nothing wrong with that at all but again I will say this most restaurants did a bang up job great job people have had good experiences and most bars were able to deal with that but we had some that frankly just work is totally out of hand this past weekend they were only allowed to open outdoor areas on Thursday of this week restaurants bars can open indoor dining areas as well city of Cincinnati finding a weapon are tonight for owners of five thirty to go over the rules and answer any questions they may have decisively council with a special meeting today to deal with covered nineteen related issues one of the measures that will be up for a vote will be to limit the amount of money to deliver service can charge to bring food to your help medical experts say there's no scientific evidence to show it helps for president trump's now on a malaria drug that's been used to treat covered nineteen patients he's taking it as a preventive measure in terms of the potential dangers the president seem to suggest there are no dangers he said repeating a line he used often during the campaign what if you got to lose suggesting there really aren't any dangers of course that is not consistent.

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"nextel" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"nextel" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

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"nextel" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"nextel" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"So you know buying a home is not just a down payment there is definitely more beyond that all great questions is so far here's another one and you kind of use this buzz word already and you dream home ask yourself are you looking for your dream home or just year you know nextel what is difference mean to most folks Andy yeah you know I I would see a dream home has every potential you know upgrade bells and whistles I was just everything is perfect what you've always visualized you know that perfect home would look like you know we're a nextel might be more of a stepping stone for years I was a dream home is this is exactly what I want I will be in this home for ever it's my final home I would say next home is more I've you do this home works perfect for me in this man that maybe for the next three to five years but then from there you know what maybe I plan to downsize maybe a planned upscale so you know I would say those are really the differences between your dream home and your next him you know I feel like most people that when they buy a home they really look at it as their dream home I wouldn't say that you know many people buy home to say Hey this is just a stepping stone I can give a little bit here it's okay that doesn't have that I think most people are searching for that dream home number two there's probably never going to be a home that's perfect for you there's not there's gonna be one thing that you want to change so just you know open your eyes a little bit and I understand that it's not going to be perfect but the guests on what's most important to you maybe make a list of you know these are my must has and these are my wants now they don't get all of my once that's okay bliss try to get most of our must tabs I know for us we were on our most recent purchase we were kind of looking at it from a standpoint of you know the first home we knew wasn't the dream home but it kind of ties back in very easily that conversation of how long do you plan to live here and so I kind of knew that we weren't playing you live there forever so resale value was very important to us and really not only the purchase but also then the upgrades that we did make in the home whereas now we kind of consider our home a little bit more in the realm of our dream home and so you know we're making upgrades and doing some choices that's like I when I really worry about resell value here with you is that is our house one and then it will have that later you know exactly so you didn't have that kind of transition you had kind of more of a next time and then now your dream hobbled mazing home or at least the home that has the potential for us to live here for twenty thirty or more years yeah obviously life level your curve balls from time to time and you never know if that's going to be the actual plan but at least the potential was there so we are making our plans and choices from that perspective another great question ask yourself are you making choices speaking of choices based on emotion or logic and trying to I guess be in touch with us how you usually make decisions and then things get thrown out of whack when you go through the home buying process that's a tough one right yeah you know as far as a motion and you know what we want the home that you're buying we want you to be officially tied into it we want you to live at right we want you to you know it we don't want to just be house were really truly wanted to be a home but make sure that when you ever you are going throughout the process and there's decisions to be made were negotiating you know just going throughout the process try to use the logic as well you know sometimes you need to step back take a moment and just you know look at it as also a business right is about business transaction in a sense and try not to be too too emotionally involved and I say the same thing on the flip side to sellers I know to sellers I mean this is your pride and joy there's a lot of sweat equity put into this time there's a lot of memories but we need to try to take that emotion out of that and we need to handle this like we're running a business when it comes to selling your home yeah that's a great point I think it goes both ways to because you don't want to all just be very like robotic and and you don't go too far the other direction either you know it's okay I'll have my lotions and they should be for that well yeah we did it we we want you to absolutely love your home you know and just you know is super super excited but also don't drive yourself crazy between two just a motion by because it you know I'm forty somethings there can be hick ups things can change you know remember working with someone else on the opposite side whose kind of at the complete opposite side of the spectrum I would say and so it can be a little bit a roller coaster when you go on throughout the process of buying or selling a home so just try to simmer back a little bit some yes yes absolutely very good advice last but not least Angie and this is a good one but the wording is what's important here maybe the emphasis in the part of the sentence is what's important ask yourself who is the best real estate agent for me for you for you to work with who's gonna be the best real stated so we don't just end that sentence and yet who's the best agent who's best agent for you I mean I want to say call really take after that one now make sure that whenever you are deciding on an agent you to someone who to me it's really important air personalities match remember that you will be so called merry to that person for quite awhile I would say at minimum thirty days if not sixty ninety I've we've had clients we work with for three years before they end up buying a home so make sure that it's someone you enjoy a conversation with you know you can be around and they're just they're a good time then from there make sure that you are choosing an agent who is knowledgeable who understands the market understands the process you can always stay like we like we like to say about our team is one step ahead throughout the process to make sure you're getting that guidance in that direction that you need and then someone you can just really just sum it up and close that deal right you want someone who they can negotiate on your behalf they will either you know I know what kind of talk about more buying right now but they can negotiate the best deal for you and someone who's really being your advocate and looking out for your best interests so you know you need to find a good fit because having the wrong agent can really can it can detail a deal you could lose a hand you want because you have the wrong age and not looking out for you in your best interest and so if you are thinking about buying a home of course our team here a call really we would love to be your guide to like I mentioned we've we're on pace right now to help out three hundred ten clients this year and so we have so much experience here in the real estate market in the triangle and the fee at the mark at the end yeah we just love working with our clients and our reviews yeah me so it as well on cell as he can go and check us out there but if you are thinking about buying a hen and you want to understand the process from start to finish we have a downloadable guide that we can send to you the easiest way to go about it is pull out your smartphone and just tax the word contract to the phone number five five five eight eight eight and from there we will send you a link so you can then download that home buying guide so once again if you're thinking about buying a home or selling a home we would love to share the steps in the process is would you suggest text the word contract to the PO number.

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"nextel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"nextel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Were in south bend Indiana at the time and my aunt had the just for laughs she will go back to work should go to war nextel Monday morning it was sunny and shop in the vehicle so we get a collect call I'm in Jackson Michigan I'm stranded I can't we work at night did you know of all the time but I never turn down the radio station is like you get to find out what the weather was that was the time I didn't and I got rid of the bottom three years well my goodness Christmas where we was back in nineteen seventy two just a couple years earlier my grandma had just moved down to Florida from the Detroit here and back then they handle what vehicle midnight special full flight and we are airline would we will airport there ten o'clock plane will leave at ten o'clock landed metro airport in Detroit at midnight we weren't lance one bedroom apartment five six years drinking coffee and then Chow no cookies and milk and whatever to the morning till about six in the morning it was great you know sometimes being stranded there is best I I flew from the Dallas area to San Diego every ten twelve days for about seventeen years and you know I I get to where I would check the weather United changes in Denver American changes in Dallas fundamental changes in Houston southwest changes in in Phoenix in you would check the weather that we wouldn't get stuck there it wouldn't matter it doesn't matter I especially in Denver you're gonna get stuck and I always felt I was from some peace in that it's sort of like no matter how.

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"nextel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"nextel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The whole thing is the way the Democrats clay long ball they noted twenty twenty is is a loser because I know the president trump get reelected I think they're looking at twenty four when it's going to be an open seat and I think very along with the swamp the whole reason for this impeachment saying this to put the message out there to any potential new Donald trumps don't you dare try this because this is what's waiting for you that's interesting and you may be on to something there because Donald Trump is a force of nature but how many Donald trump's order and my concern is the other way the Republicans are they need to be playing long ball like a Democrats are in right now they need to be looking for the next Donald Trump for twenty four because if they don't who's who's going to step up and do this is going to take this you know we after the next four years who who's gonna be the nextel trucks you know it's interesting the Republicans never give to the Democrats but the Democrats have done to the Republicans and this is why they lose this is why the Democrats get away with this stuff and that's why I say the next Democrat president must be immediately impeached UC Nancy Pelosi project make it abundantly clear why they're doing it then the Democrats can sue for peace because otherwise our country is going to be changed forever yes actually we we have to play hard ball if the country itself got grandchildren or art state we have to play hardball and the Republicans make I take off the gloves with president trump he laces up his gloves every morning and and the Republicans have to do the same thing by the way I used to live at eighty two oh three seat around eighty two oh three zero in Elkins park or trigger yep yep I have a drive by there yeah I I used to work on the site years ago now I work on the website but yeah I used to drive by that road all the time to plus size a little tougher brother all right well but I want to thank you for your call in your service and god bless you man fun to hear from people I mean in your own lives from the old neighborhood these officers I like that in my case it is I'll be right back then it's Christmas in mission valley San Diego has never seen before this Friday and Saturday when is the most amazing spectacle.

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"nextel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"nextel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This whole thing is the way the Democrats play wall ball they know the twenty twenty is is a loser for the name or the president trump get reelected I think they're looking at twenty four when it's going to be an open seat and I think very along with the swamp the whole reason for this impeachment saying this to put the message out there to any potential new Donald trump's don't you dare try this because this is what's waiting for you that's interesting and you may be on to something there because Donald Trump is a force of nature but how many Donald trump's order and my concern is you know the way the Republicans are they need to be planned long ball like the Democrats are in right now they need to be looking for the next Donald Trump for twenty four because if they don't who's who's going to step up and do this is going to take this you know we ev after the next four years who who's gonna be the nextel trucks you know it's interesting the Republicans never give to the Democrats with the Democrats have done to the Republicans and this is why they lose this is why the Democrats get away with this stuff and that's why I say the next Democrat president must be immediately impeached UC Nancy Pelosi Roger act make it abundantly clear why they're doing it and then the Democrats can sue for peace because otherwise our country is going to be changed forever that yes absolutely we we have to play hard ball if the country itself or grandchildren or are at stake we have to play hard ball and the guy with the Republicans that they got to take off the gloves with president drop the laces up his gloves every morning and and the Republicans have to do the same thing by the way I used to live at eighty two oh three cedar road eighty two oh three zero in Elkins park or trigger yep yep I have a drive by there yeah I I used to work on the site years ago now I work on the website but yeah I like to drive by that road all the time to plus size a little tougher brother all right well but I want to thank you for your call and your service and god bless you man isn't it fun to hear from people I mean in your own lives from the old neighborhood police officer like that in my case it is I'll be right back.

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"nextel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"nextel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Okay let me start with plant again in it was a lot of late July or early August my colleague at the calm within hundreds bookstore west would like the movie shows and are you talking about I work with one of his friends hello two women the nextel come over the and one of the women says to my colleague my house is haunted the rather talk to about it there he got a name and number we will now be colder we went out whatever time she will not August twenty second nineteen seventy four Carlos Culver city California I'm dramatic drive okay so we go it was very hot very humid balmy and we go my house is the old wooden like Shaq almost it was a terrible condition we know our condition whatsoever horrible stench of decomposing organic matter in urine terrible and here's doors the upkeep Burnett with blue eyes and she's got four children three boys different ages and one girl all from different husband Paul for different men not one man over the course of time she was the time I guess not seeing anyone or separated whatever anyway the very first thing she calls right off the bat is that keeping repeatedly raped by girls the only way white hall we rolled arrives back my colleague and I thought this woman needs psychiatric intervention he definitely parapsychology come to rate and we listen to or if we talk you know what we wasting our time here should change so okay we left now few days later we got a call former antipode leave things were happening more things are happening because while we were first there nothing happened other than US hearing her story but we we turned it was still quite warm out about that part but a week later and a neighbor heard was their food we interviewed who saw something and a friend of ours is also but we do our indication whether a lower cupboard door to door flies open and an iron skillet goes flying across the kitchen several feet away so we made sure there were no people under their wrist brains are wired for animals though there wasn't and then the case involved from that point on now is the alleged rapes occurred long before we matter so we couldn't prove one week she'd been raped and to buy a home because just the bruises she got from the war long healed a okay but I losers fifty K. Q. three boys one older husky wanted to smaller one now support to get better it's clear when we deal with cases before we assume something terrible is going on we have to rewrite everything that's normal beforehand so you talk in this woman doors by two and he's telling us about the things that are happening and we're listening and she said they would three male and to keep the two smaller ones would holder down and a larger one would rate we talked to the kids and that we keep the teenage ones and they were volatile and they they could care less about us asking the question they want to leave and play their music and whatever it was so we didn't get much locked out of the door switch section of base of responded she wouldn't even give us our age but even hello to our rate was and now a days and so will give us the rate and they won't answer medical questions like what medications around for how long like you stated earlier the any type of recreational drugs the dosage of medication for how long have you been diagnosed with any neural chemical problems wall blah under much your fault anyway Doris was right she like this at all anyway over the call over crime we first we captured so weird images in her bedroom taking pictures of the Polaroid SX seventy so we saw nothing we don't we saw this light coming under the door and moving toward due to the picture you could see a ball of light no so we don't know and then it was gone and then another time we couldn't capture things flying around the kitchen they happen when you weren't looking to happen pulled the car around that their bill right you're not expect the action yeah right but it is that still the case one on it so we were in our bedroom we live we can't wait for something to happen who knows when we thought try to make it happen yeah we were young in her twenties what if it is a ghost in the you know so we we covered the walls and.

"nextel" Discussed on Direct Appeal

Direct Appeal

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"nextel" Discussed on Direct Appeal

"Okay I mean my call records. I have no those are. I'm sure those are in evidence. Those are technically public record. But I'm assuming what the person is asking. Is You know. In the event that say the technology existed that we could get you know the actual tower locations. That would be wonderful. I would do it in a minute. Okay along the lines of cellphone records. What was bill cell phone? Call light lager like after he left. Was there any activity after the two phone calls that we have already discussed on? The podcast are already heard about no not on the phones that we knew him to have Not on the blackberry was secured in his trunk. So that was a nonentity. He used primarily for emails Anyway but his own boss testified that he typically carried at least three cellphones around on the two that we know of that we were able to You know get clogs on now. Now turns out their numbers that we found in his call. Who had sixty seconds remaining? Oh after the fact one of which was an answering service for him but at that point the account has been closed and we only found that out when Rpi just basically went through his tax and his tone of started calling so there was clearly other stuff going on here that we weren't even aware of what was that phone call. You found out there was a phone call to messaging service made when no I'm saying there wasn't we located a messaging service that he had that we didn't know seconds remaining basically during the trial so my point is if we didn't know about the Messaging Service. What else do we know about? In terms of what other phones he had again. His boss said easily two or three at any given time we know of his. Nextel and our personal phone. No there were no other call. Okay thanks so next Question Melanie. You said that bill would sometimes leave for a few days while you were while you argued. Did you ever do the same? No I feel it was ever away. Overnight.

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"nextel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"nextel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Showing up no there was one suspect shot and killed to take in the custody of fourth is being sought. because listening to fox news. the Friday morning Patrick Osborne this news brought to you by Austin dust was titled removal and topping Austin's news the Austin area economy is accelerating growing above trend that's according to the latest count by Dallas federal reserve researcher Judy Tang she says Austin's business cycle held at eight point five in July which is above the area's long term average of six she is surprised though and seeing strong job growth as low unemployment rains in business expansion efforts we know from my surveys that the players they're looking to hire across all skill set but he just can't really find the people who hire them from state why the fed reports the Texas business cycle index holds at five point nine John Cooley newsradio kale BJ by the first of next month the Austin fire department will be operating out of a new temporary station on S. H. one thirty in your peers lane the city council recently freed up some money for a FDC to repurpose an old toll booth that have been sitting dormant for years fire union president Bob nextel CBS often not only should response times drop it should also say homeowners in the area a lot of money in bed all forms there's about a hundred homes that insurance rates have gone up a thousand dollars a year because the fire station so far away from their location if you will continue operating out of that toll station until late next year when construction on a permanent station is complete a similarly on a nationwide report on cities most at risk for a wild fires been released and based on that report from California based CoreLogic Austin is number five behind only for other cities that are all in California report is about fifty four thousand homes in the greater Austin area either at high or extreme risk a of the has been working on a fairly robust mitigation plan by the city council the TSA is trying to get as many people prepare for October of next year as possible when new requirements to fly will kick in if the card driver's license doesn't have a gold star on the top right corner you won't be able to use it as a valid ID to get on an airplane DBS director Skyler Hearn says they will continue sending.

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Apple Reportedly Halted iPhone Walkie-Talkie Project

What the Tech

01:48 min | 3 years ago

Apple Reportedly Halted iPhone Walkie-Talkie Project

"Reportedly has halted their walkie talkie project and find this fascinating because what it would do it would it was called project off gray radio service so it would work off the nine hundred megahertz frequency <hes> wireless technology asia. That's being used by utility by the utilities currently and features would rely on the unim- tells modem an apple would work closely with intel to to build a new feature that would essentially you'd be able to use this frequency which is interesting for a walkie talkie okay peer to peer feature but also that would allow you to text each other without using a cellular connection. I imagine this project was more for emerging markets than anything else yeah in the sense that right so yeah that makes sense. I it it to me what it sounds a little bit like as i message you know and it's like this. This thing that normally requires particular technology works elsewhere kind kind of thing in other. It sounds like a typical apple thing you know we're gonna we're gonna go above and beyond what's typical for this type of functionality and it's only gonna work. If everyone has fun it's not so. Is it a walkie talkie feature like nextel or is it a peer to peer texting. It's peer to peer. You're welcome. It doesn't matter but i mean we don't know now right. We don't know if it's gone because they just acquired himself. Business voice the right way to look yeah. I found it interesting that they were working on this when i saw that they were a while ago i'm like okay i industry industry devices right go ahead. I know you're probably right about emerging markets.

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T-Mobile & Sprint Cleared For Launch

MarketFoolery

09:34 min | 3 years ago

T-Mobile & Sprint Cleared For Launch

"It's Monday may twentieth. While in the market, foolery, I'm Chris L. Joining me in studio today back first time in a while. It's Dan client, thanks for being here. Hey, there, Chris, thanks for having me. Thanks to everyone who hung in over the weekend for our apropos of nothing episode. I told you we'd be back Monday with the actual business news of the day, and we're here, we've got some media and entertainment news. We're going to dip into the full mailbag. Let's start with, I think that's technically counts as breaking news, the chairman of the FCC saying that he is going to recommend to the agency, the approval of the merger between T mobile and sprint. This is a twenty six and a half billion dollar merger. And I know the FCC still needs to formally approve this. And so does the Justice department but stocks are acting Wall Street is acting like both those approvals have gone through because when you looked at this a few weeks ago, and I think we covered this on an industry focus not that long ago. They were putting it at fifty fifty and it wasn't. They weren't looking at this sort of economics of it. They were basically, very focused on, but there's four and it's going to go to three and that's bad. And then sprint came out and said, hey, look, we've been saying our numbers are pretty good. They came as close to saying, they that they fudged the numbers, as you can legally come, and what they were basically saying is, hey, we, we've added a million subscribers, but we added is free lines. So they would say, hey your sprint customer. You think your dog wants a line could you could your ipad use a second line like it was that level of like if you went into a sprint store, they were handed them out like gum. So this was not a Wells Fargo situation. They weren't they were telling you, and in general, it was a line, you might want, like, maybe for a kid or for a secondary device, but it wasn't a line, you were going to purchase. So when T mobile says they've added a million postpaid customers. They're defining that as someone who. Signs up and joins and pays the money sprint was doing it in a sort of more nefarious way. And they came out and said, hey, look, we're spending a lot of money even their regular customer acquisition was heavily discounted. So there was no real path to success for sprint on its own. They probably could not afford the investment. I mean obviously there are owned by SoftBank. So technically the parent company could put in all the money they wanted to. But there was every chance that if this deal wasn't allowed that sprint was going to be sold at a fire sale and either team of who's going to buy a lot of the assets anyway. Or somebody like Comcast charter who had already passed on operating sprint as sprint would end up with just the customer base and the assets. So all sprint and T mobile really did. And this kind of shows that that object pie. The FCC chairman was probably leaning towards this merger anyway is all they did was committed to hitting ninety percent of the country. With five G within three years, which is something that they've talked about do. Doing anyway. That's kind of the logic of the merger is to be the first to have a real five G network all over the country and T mobile is banking on that because they have a television product, they want you to buy. So when you see shares of T mobile up around six seven percent today and shares of sprint up north of twenty five percent that doesn't strike you as unreasonable because you, you think yes, the approvals have to happen. But. It's all over. But, you know, the I mean obviously pay attention to make sure straight sprint shares. Don't go over the price that the deal is at which which does happen, sometimes, but I am very in favor of T mobile. I'm bullish on T mobile. Even if the deal get shot down, but what this does, and there is a bad history of mergers, in this space sprint Nextel is why sprint in this trial. God I forgot about boop. But I'm referencing for people who don't know, us to be able to on a Nextel phone have, like a walkie talkie feature. And it made like a ridiculously annoying noise. It worked very well in a factory, but others say, very, very popular in factories and construction sites. Yes, which is where I use them. So it was a good product for me. But in this case, you have a dynamic CEO and John Legere, and they have a plan. So whether the sprint brand goes away, they haven't told you that. But eventually, this is a company that has tremendous customer loyalty because they're straight with you. If you walk. Into a T mobile and layout, your problem. I had an issue, I wanted to upgrade my iphone and they no longer I was part of their old upgrade program, and they explained it to me, clearly, why had to pay more money than I thought I did. And they were very nice about it and I didn't leave angry. And that's very hard. There is no possibility. AT and. T. O Verizon can do that. Let's move onto the entertainment industry, and I suppose this ties in CBS has made an offer to buy stars from Lionsgate entertainment. I was saying, right. Before we started taping I had to take a moment. And think about what does stars bring to the table as a network other than movies that other people have made in the only thing I could come up with was American God's power the original series, so. What do you think of this deal because when I first saw this what went through my head was, oh, the landgrab continues, the we're all moving to streaming? And by we I'm referring to the broadcast networks. We're all moving to streaming. We're all looking to get as much content original content, as we can get our hands on. And if we have to pay maybe a little bit more for not as well known content we're going to do that. This is kind of like asking someone to the prom, and our before the prom. All the good dates are gone. This almost goes back to Disney buys Pixar, then Disney by Star Wars. Then Disney bars marvel then Comcast goes. Uh-huh. And buys DreamWorks, we, we were comparing this talking to saying that stars is sort of the Royal crown cola, the RC cola. And then we downgraded it to it's the polar soda of, of premium content channels. But this really is in my opinion. Desperation move 'cause so you're gonna pair this if you're CBS with it's very weak to show or maybe three show now that they've launched a twilight zone, CBS streaming service. Maybe they're going to pair that with some of the Viacom properties if they ever properly merged, which they're sort of controlled by the same people, and they talk about merging, but it hasn't quite happened. So like you're streaming package is going to be a couple of old people shows on CBS interactive stars, which has young streaming shows, but I don't know anybody who's intentionally buying stars to watch American gods. And then, like, what like reruns of the real world and, and maybe comedy central as an asset that will drive some subscriptions, but it feels like if I'm gonna pay for sort of a package. Disney is clearly building towards a Hulu Disney plus ESPN plus package. That's going to be more attractive. And then Comcast is going to be more attractive, and then probably Sony now that they're working with Microsoft is going to be able to put something together. And then maybe Happel, and then this CB it, it really seems to me like, buying a very low level asset for a lot of money. So I'm going to put in your rank ordering I'm gonna put this above apple just because we don't know what's coming with apple yet. They had the event earlier this year with Oprah Winfrey. Steven Spielberg, and they and I get all that at least with CBS you have some known quantities. I think the, the best version of this scenario for CBS is, if this goes through then three years from now they have enough data. I would argue actually even sooner maybe a year and a half, two years from now they have enough data from their streaming app to know what to invest in because the one thing you can say about the stars original content at least in terms of the dramas is, you're not seeing those types of dramas on TV. It really is a different category of trauma. It's, it's, it's edgier. I would argue in some ways, it's more create. Give it's the nineteen eighty-five HBO model where there's going to be gratuitous nudity for absolutely no reason in every episode. I mean it's possible, but just, just from a creative stamp, boy, it's, it's less predictable show like American gods. As far less predictable than a formulaic. I know they don't own law and order. But that's the one that pops D'amoto like a procedural where I know it's going to play out or NCIS I guess that's a CVS property. I feel like this only makes sense if they're going to continue acquiring but there's not much left out there. You start to get into buying one offs and buying shows rather them if this is part of a roll up strategy, and they need the subscriber base, and they come to you, and they say, hey, do you have stars? We're giving you CBS we're giving you because the Disney pricing looks pretty attractive. 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UK firms 'not prepared' for data breaches

Slate's If Then

03:48 min | 4 years ago

UK firms 'not prepared' for data breaches

"In the world. Senator Warner. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me earlier this year, you released a paper outlining various possibilities for how congress might be able to step in and do more to ensure that these tech companies aren't making our elections awful and acting irresponsibly with our personal data. In your opinion, what's the most urgent issue in regards US tech companies and social media platforms that can be addressed by congress? I think we need to move past kind of where we've been the last ten years where people in business and politics have been totally enamored around the social media companies in the tech companies and there's or knows me Amazon, Google, Facebook, Twitter, they've all been wonderfully successful stories. But I think starting in two thousand sixteen we. I've seen the kind of dark underbelly of of social media, how in the case of our elections, Russians were able come in Wien in massive ways with fake information with disinformation. And that was on the political context. What we've also seen has been manipulation around stock prices around advertising, click throws, and my effort was to say, particularly with a lot of my peers. My background was in technology. I was in the wireless industry co, founder of Nextel. So I come with a little bit of knowledge. Many, my colleagues have very little knowledge. So what I've tried to do in this paper is to say here, twenty ideas, not all of them good, but I tried to break them into three buckets on how we might think about guardrails. One bucket is around user authentication and data authentication. Should we have some right to know if someone represents themselves on the internet if they are that role person, or should we have a right to know whether we're being. Communicated to buy a human versus a botched should be able to know where post might originate from none of these are solve all issues, but there is that whole question around authentication. Second bucket is around privacy and something I know April. You've been working on for some time and everything from first party consent to the whole. I would argue slightly clunky GDP our approach of our, the privacy protections, and the third bucket are the questions around. Are there pro-competition

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