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"nick  road" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

05:05 min | Last month

"nick road" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"And on. Now, as we just want everybody to get along like Rodney. Okay, we all just get along. Yes, why can't we all just get along? Because we know ladies and gentlemen, that the left wants to divide all of us. And they know they know. That the soft spot, the underbelly of America. The most vulnerable place is on the issue of race. And this is why they're tearing down all the statues and digging up the bodies of the dead confederate soldiers here in Memphis, Tennessee. This is why they want to rename the streets in honor of Black Lives Matter. And this is why, when a, when a black man, wages, Jihad, on a group of white people, that the mainstream media ignores the story. Now, we have documented this, most recently, and waka Shaw, Wisconsin. Where you had a black nationalist, use his vehicle to mow down a bunch of white people in a Christmas parade. And that story was after they figured out who it was. Now keep in mind. They originally thought, well, wait a second. Wait a second. Everything. This could be a white guy. And so what happened? I mean everybody was freaking out. I mean, it was wall to wall breaking news coverage. They were already booking flights and chartering planes from CNN headquarters the most profane name in news. Crying Nick road network. Thank you, judge Joe Brown. People were ready to go wall to wall with the coverage. It was like 9 11. But then they found out who was arrested for the crime. And all of a sudden, the tickets got canceled. Everybody went back to their homes and the story was dropped. And we've seen it. I mean, you know what I'm talking about here. And I'm telling you all of this as background. So you understand something. And I want you to hear me. And this is specifically for the people writing for media matters and mediaite. These little unemployed. I don't even want to insult geeks, but they're just like weirdos, pervo. And they're living in their mother's basement. They have oily, greasy hair. They have bad skin. Their fingers are forever stained orange because all they eat are the Cheetos, and they're on the computer, listening to every single word, I say they actually, they literally pay people to listen to every word I say so they can take something out of context and accuse me of being some sort of a racist or a homophobe. But we are neither ladies and gentlemen, I just tell it like it is. Can I get an amen? But I do. You may not like what I say and that's okay because guess what, on this program, you still have a voice, as on this program, you go right to the top of the line. Because that's how we operate. Because I am so secure and my belief system. So I want I want those little Cheetos stained urchins. That are living in their mother's basements to pay very close attention. We believe that all murder is a hate crime. We believe that crime is crime. We believe that we should be just as outraged when a white man kills a black person. And we should be just as outraged when a black person kills a white person. That's it. But here in this country, there are many people in power. And they don't believe in blind justice. They want to take off the blindfold. And if in fact, you've got somebody who is, let's just say you've got a white guy that goes out there and commits a heinous crime. That person is immediately charged with a hate crime. But there are those in America who say that people of color can not commit hate crimes. Only white people can commit hate crimes. I don't believe that. I believe there was a lot of hate and that guy yesterday. All right, that's the warmup for what I'm about to tell you now. We've had a chance to look at this guy, the suspect, and the shootings. By the way, we told you yesterday as we were watching all of this unfold, I was telling you that I was concerned about the number of kids because kids take the subway to school and now we understand that a good many of the victims are, in fact, students, young people, kids. I can't imagine the terror. I can't imagine what those moms and dads were going through yesterday. I just can't..

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"nick  road" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"nick road" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

"In your hands and now i'm a big fan of them so we want to talk about how to use twitter studio. We'll we'll share a couple things we'll show it to you live because here's the thing which is an ios app. I'm an apple fan boy. i'll admit it i am kendra thing about it. It's not gonna change. I've used it to livestream my daughter's basketball games. I got some pictures. I wanna show you in a few minutes in all those different things but but we do that. Let's get today's guest on the show you wouldn't think was going to be on here for forty five minutes or an hour or whatever it's going to be by myself you know i can talk but i'm getting older and i can't do it by myself. No it's it's a team sport guys. I mean you know. You can't do anything about that. So today's guest ran across them a couple of years ago. He works over at switzer. Studio nick walker from kentucky. That right technically indiana kentucky anna exit. Indiana got it actually indiana. I can keep track. I can barely keep track of my own days over here. You know but hey this is kind of the beauty when it comes to live streaming right because who cares where anybody is like. I don't like you don't care where i am. I mean i. Do you know what i don't really care what. You're either indiana kentucky right but we can't be wherever we just have. Our pads are fallen. And there we go boom done absolutely. That's it's been a beautiful thing especially over the last year. So i think so. Many people have come to really appreciate the beauty in the power of video. Notches video but being able to engage in interact live right through livestreams like this one so i think i think you hit it on the head right there. And that's i mean i've done more and more and what's interesting to back in the day. You know i did it. Just like periscope periscope by itself. And of course your your ceo. Nick mattingly he wrote the forward to my book. Which thirty sure is in. The carousel here. Mischief can move over to it. I don't know where it is. I should show you guys this and will walk through this. It's not gonna be immediately. We not put my my own book in the care. Sell what who planned the show. I don't know. I don't even see it in here. It's just equipment. Apple airpods here. What a seriously. What kind of producer is that. But anyway nick road. The foreign he talked about that help. Periscope came about and people started doing more and more life to today. I use twitter to make it look good to have you all these different things on the screen. I can get rid of them. I can have the question up in all those different things and it's just it's so much easier to you a camera so certainly that has worked. Now tell me company. How'd you across it. I mean you do it. I use it on my day.

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"nick  road" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"nick road" Discussed on WTOP

"Brings vision. Toe Life register today at G d. I t dot com slash emerge. It's 9 38 traffic and weather on the eights. Married a pompous and the W T o p traffic center. Yes, indeed. Nick and we've been tracking a situation that continues on route 50 on the Eastern Shore and Chester, Maryland, all lanes of route 50 or close right now at Cox, Nick Road and Active Police standoff, so eastbound traffic is Jam from Bay Dale to creep across the Bay Bridge in a single lane. Once you're on the Eastern Shore, diverting the rood eht to catch 18 and ride through Queen Anne's police telling people to please be patient. It is a long journey to get past this issue. Westbound side also slow from grace and bill to get up to and forced off at Piney Creek Road, same same catching route 18 to bypass route 50. CoxNet growed active police activity. Checking down the capital Beltway. Thanks to listener, Christie was on the inner loop past 3 55 between 3 55 and Connecticut Avenue. One on the right. Both cars were off the roadway will watch the response should be on seeing could be a good play outer loop of the Beltway Braddock Road exit 54. The crash was along the right side off the travel lanes. At this point, the listener also told us on 95 in for Jinya, your jam North bound out of dumb Freeze! Getting passed. Dale City exit 156 where you're squeezing far right to get Past the accident. Five vehicles involved in watch The response. George Washington Parkway north after Roosevelt Island, single Lane getting by crash now,.

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"nick  road" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"nick road" Discussed on WTOP

"Chris Song remains the same. If you are planning to or from the Eastern Shore that your trip this morning, you're going to want to wait. We have accident. Active police action That's happening. It was a standoff after police chase continues to hold all 50 Oh, traffic on 50 is blocked at Cox Neck Road Exit 39. So if you're traveling eastbound, it's slow from Cape Sinclair, about a 2.5 miles back up to take a single lane across the Bay Bridge. It's chugging across the Bay Bridge to get to the Eastern shore. Once on the eastern shore, all traffic eastbound were diverted Route eight. All westbound traffic slow from grace unveiled to get to essentially Piney Creek. After Kent Narrows west, you can funnel off it Piney Creek Road following police direction again Active police activity, So do not commit yet. Let's wait till the sins or else you will sit. You will be frustrated because route 18 is we're all traffic is forced, and that is Pretty heavy as you can expect. Now. Better news. There's nothing else happening in Maryland on 95 Beltway to Beltway doing well, Baltimore Washington Parkway both outside and inside the Beltway without incident. It's I 70 heading east in Mount Airy Past Mount Airy Exit, 68 crash was along the right side, not slowing it too much. There were checking now on the Beltway. Nothing in Maryland, Prince George's or Montgomery County, Crossing your big bridges into Fairfax County. The Beltway runs pretty much It's speed 66 between Rosslyn in front royal or one issue is westbound near the Manassas Rest area looking for the disabled vehicle said to be along the left side so far unfounded if you're traveling or need to travel 3 95 in Virginia 3 95 95 between the 14th Street Bridge in Spotsylvania County that is still running well. Easy pass Express lanes. Dewpoints Outbound Now again, Big delays on 50 trying to get Cox Nick Road where you can't all 50 is closed. All traffic is diverting on 50 beyond CoxNet growed to get around it to route 18 following police direction in both directions, Active police activity or your Children ready for summer Fun and roll your child today at summer camp at the Y M c. A visit Y M c A d c dot order to learn more in reserve your child's fun. This summer. Married upon the W T o p traffic, expect a few showers to move across the areas. We continue through this Saturday morning little cool temperatures. They're gonna rise today into the low to mid sixties.

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"nick  road" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"nick road" Discussed on WTOP

"A safe place Subscribe today an apple podcasts Google Podcast D C or Spotify 7 28 traffic and weather on the eights and when it breaks over to marry to Papa who's still following this situation in Maryland around route 50. That's it, Nick. We've talked to most of our listeners put the puzzle piece together for us, but we've heard from Quinones police. They are telling us that they still have 50 closed. They're letting folks go eastbound now across the Chesapeake Bay in a single lane. Follow your arrow there. So there's a backlog from Cape Sinclair to go east across the bay, the police action said. To be 50, a Cox Neck Road that's both directions cannot get to that point. So if you're eastbound you get across the bay. You could exit at Roman Coke or Thompson Creek to get you to 18. If you're heading westbound last chance to get off his Kent Narrows west or Piney Creek before that, they funnel everybody off at Piney Creek in a single lane. So be prepared. You can get off west that Kent. There is our Piney Creek, and you can get off eastbound once across the bay at Route eight. As well as if you're traveling eastbound Thompson Creek. So a couple of work grounds to get to 18 not a lot of backlog traffic, so the workaround may take a little bit of time to slow and traffic lights. But the volume so far so good, It's not. It's a feasible thing. We're keeping an eye on this better news in Maryland. This is it. There's nothing else happening on 95 to 70 Beltway runs well, the only crash on the Beltway outer loop under gallows and that has just cleared we had a crash reported. Virginia George Washington Parkway, emergency equipment that was running south near the key bridge. It would be a single lane that would get you through if on scene watch for those flashing lights again. Big story 50 on the Eastern Shore is closed A cock Nick Road. Both directions are working around to get the 18 married to pump a w T o P traffic to storm Team four. Meteorologist Lauren Rickets a few showers to move across the areas We continue through this Saturday morning. Little cool temperatures..

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"nick  road" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"nick road" Discussed on WTOP

"But we have free information to check the health of your home and stay warm daughter work. 9 48 traffic and weather on the AIDS. Let's go to married upon by in the W T o P Traffic Center. All right, John. We're gonna go straight into Maryland, where Interstate travel still pretty light on I 2 70 95 Beltway to Beltway in the Baltimore Washington Parkway. In that stretch, we have a new crash out of shady side on 4 68 shady shad road in both directions between Dent Road and Nick Road. New crash sounds as if it took out a power pole. So watch in both directions. Delays mounting pretty quickly. But if you commit to 4 68 shady side Road watch for police direction again, it's between Dent Road and Nick Road. We're gonna look now roof were coming out of southern Maryland. That's all writing. Well, nothing on route two alternatives for this situation. We're gonna look around the capital Beltway and both in Maryland and in Virginia were moving. Okay. On the Virginia side of things 95 now running from Fredericksburg, all the way to Springfield and 3 95 to the 14th Street Bridge. Nothing reported. In your way you do have the help of EZ Pass Express, a point North bound On a Sunday morning. Also on a Sunday morning in Vienna, Watch on Bueller Road and in both directions between 1 23 and John Marshall Drive. The number Central farm market sets up at the Church of the Holy Comforter. So they do stop vehicles to deliver produce having a big Thanksgiving event today, and they will stop traffic to deliver two vehicles, so watch for traffic control. And tell us what you're seeing on your commute called the W T o p traffic centered 86630 for w. T o p Married to pump a w to be traffic Storm Team four meteorologist Lauren Rickets lots of clouds around today. But most of the day dry outside of a few Sprinkles. We're going to see dry conditions.

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"nick  road" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"nick road" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"That won't get them in trouble later. I actually have an idea. Everybody's listening to this right now. Go on the social media for which you know. Your family is watching. It's likely facebook and just say. Hey these are the most hack ashford's if you have this password and you are my family and you are reading this privately. Message me and you don't need. I won't reveal identities. But i will help you get your light. Continue as opposed to what's happening now and then you don't have to get christmas presents because that was the presence i stay jenny still and i'm gonna have to texter rich. What's going on in the mail bag today. Well i'm glad you asked for because nick road and and he this as i can't help the people with max that are waking in the middle of the night on windows can explain what's going on. We were discussing this on. I wasn't but the collectively. I guess we're there. We go were heart so he says you know how people are always complaining about windows downloading installing updates at the worst possible moment. Well windows shouldn't actually do that. What is supposed to happen is windows should wake up the computer outside of what's called active hours and download updates then this normally is in the middle of the night presumably. Because you're sleeping. Also some steam will do something similar with a wake up on. The computer is in the middle of the night to update games. Since most species don't have super low power super bowl power mode like the way a phone or tablet. Does this was in the pc fully waking up. This is normal behavior If you ever want to know what the reason for your pc up most recently go to start type Open up that command line and run administrator from there you can type in the command Power configure a hold on just scrolled over power c. f. g. and that will be able to show you. I'm sorry power cfd slash. Last week. This will show you what process last book. I did not know that nick. Thank you for sharing. Yeah thanks nick. Yeah we been talking all week and thanks to everybody who's written in and been like i also have a ghost mac computer or macbook or or medicare whatever or over a pro or whatever but good to hear from the windows. Side nick sane. This does happen. This sometimes is supposed to happen. And if you're confused about what happens and you want to change it. Here's what you do so thank you nick. Also thanks to everybody who sends us feedback every day..

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"nick  road" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"nick road" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"And to prevent ongoing fights and disturbances. The owners of Perry's Fireside Lounge appeared before the licence board Monday, The board gave some teeth to a previous ruling from the Board of Health. Perry's that 24 Clifford Street has been closed since early October following a cease and desist order. When they reopen next week. It will not be business as usual unless they want to see a six day suspension of their liquor license. In Fair Haven, a popular bar has been shut down for repeated covert 19 violations. However, the Bayside Lounge on Scott Nicotine Nick Road might be able to reopen on Thursday. Fair Haven Police conducted an unannounced visit after midnight on October 17th and found an overcrowded venue with masked free patrons crowded around the bar and drinking. That's not allowed under state guidance. The Bayside has been fined $1800 in the A. B. C C has been notified representative from the States Bureau of Labor Standards attended last night's public hearing. And said he would work with Bayside management to help them attain compliance. Governor Charlie Baker is taking the stuffing out of Thanksgiving. Baker announced today that the safest way to celebrate Thanksgiving is with household members on Lee or virtually with others. During today's press conference, Baker said gathering indoors for an extended period of time with family and friends is probably the worst scenario for spreading the virus. Baker's health czar, Mary Lou Sutter's said people should get tested. Meanwhile, Baker and Lieutenant Governor Karen Polito say they plan to vote no on question to against the ballot question that would implement a ranked choice voting system from Massachusetts elections. Their campaign said they believe it would add an additional layer of complication for both voters and election officials while potentially delaying results and increasing the cost of elections in sports Tonight. The Dodgers take on the Tampa Bay Rays in Game six of the World Series L. A Leeds Tampa Bay three games to two and the Patriots really need to win Sunday's game at Buffalo, New England has lost three in a row. They are now third in the division at two and four. Here's ABC six meteorologist Chelsea Priest. Partly cloudy conditions outside this afternoon temperatures today topping out in the mid fifties, slightly shy of where we should be for.

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"nick  road" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"nick road" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"And to prevent ongoing fights and disturbances. The owners of Perry's Fireside Lounge appeared before the licence board Monday, The board gave some teeth to a previous ruling from the Board of Health. Perry's that 24 Clifford Street has been closed since early October following a cease and desist order. When they reopen next week. It will not be business as usual unless they want to see a six day suspension of their liquor license. And Fair haven, a popular bar has been shut down for repeated covert 19 violations. However, the Bayside Lounge on Scott Nick it Nick Road might be able to reopen on Thursday. Fair Haven Police conducted an unannounced visit after midnight on October 17th and found an overcrowded venue with masked free patrons crowded around the bar and drinking. That's not allowed under state guidance. The Bayside has been fined $1800 in the A. B. C C has been notified representative from the States Bureau of Labor Standards attended last night's public hearing. And said he would work with Bayside management to help them attain compliance. Governor Charlie Baker is taking the stuffing out of Thanksgiving. Baker announced today that the safest way to celebrate Thanksgiving is with household members on Lee or virtually with others. During today's press conference, Baker said gathering indoors for an extended period of time with family and friends is probably the worst scenario for spreading the virus. Baker's health czar, Mary Lou Sutter's said people should get tested. Meanwhile, Baker and Lieutenant Governor Karen Polito say they plan to vote no on question to against the ballot question that would implement a ranked choice voting system from Massachusetts elections there campaign said they believe it would add an additional layer of complication for both voters and election officials while potentially delaying results and increasing the cost of elections. In sports Tonight. The Dodgers take on the Tampa Bay Rays in Game six of the World Series. L elites. Tampa Bay three games to two and the Patriots really need to win Sunday's game at Buffalo. New England has lost three in a row. They are now third in the division at two and four. Here's ABC six meteorologist Chelsea Priest. Partly cloudy conditions outside this afternoon temperatures today topping out in the mid fifties, slightly shy of where we should be for.

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"nick  road" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:40 min | 1 year ago

"nick road" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Kane. Finally, some scientist pressure reaching lawmakers down in Washington D. C you're writing? Q. There's no question about it, John. It's on schedule here 123 days into the ballet. Many people looking out to the jobs report this Friday is being the real catalyst. Either way for a discussion here. But yes, and the president impatient, and the Texan Republican Senator Cornyn, impatient as well. Lisa, these words stand out for May. I can't see how we can go home and tell people we failed. They will all have to go home at the end of the week. If there isn't a deal and tell them we failed, and there's added pressure from President Trump saying, If you guys don't do it, I'll go about it unilaterally unclear what he could do unilaterally at the same time. His support for the $600 plan, you have to think is adding some pressure to passing this through by Republicans today. Talks do continue with that Republicans Mnuchin and Meadows with Pelosi and Schumer on the Democratic side. We're going to be watching for that. Also today when I'm looking at 10 AM US June factory and durable goods orders. This follows yesterday's better than expected. I s, um, reading that showed a manufacturing gauge a factory orders. The strongest in September 2018 and aftermarket today, dizzy reports earnings expected to have a loss. But John everyone looking at Disney, Plus how much traction they're getting with their streaming. Did you order Disney? Plus just to watch Hamilton? John? Of course. I did not do that over the last. This is my shocked face. Will anyone ask Disney Tom? Whether they will buy Tic tac? Will anyone asked come into this world? So for Tic Tac, the next couple away. Glad you mentioned. We just said on Michael Nathan's and did a lot of good will talk about Ticktock. John. Let's put it this way. Disney has 14 billion in cash. Microsoft has 140 billion in cash. You do the math. I think, Marcus lt has the money to get it done. Did you see the line that came for the Chinese media in the last 24 hours? Let me read it to you because the irony here Won't be lost on anyone. China will by no means except the theft Chinese technology company, and it has plenty of ways to respond if the administration carries out his plans smashing grab. Last week, the tech CEOs were asked by one lawmaker whether they believe that the Chinese steel US technology Apple, of course, with a presence in China, hands off I don't believe we're aware of any firsthand experience. Mark Zuckerberg at the gate. Tom Kane. What did he say? Congressman, I think it's well documented that the Chinese steal from us Well, and that is the irony of this moment, Self, John and, you know, I know we got to get to Michael purpose, but I think it is so important as you mentioned Mr Zuckerberg to mention his commitment not to Beijing. Or the Washington but to New York. His taking of the full office space across some Penn Station is arguably the greatest statement on this island of Manhattan since 9 11 It is unbelievable. The commitment a Facebook to that office space. It's very exciting for Manhattan. He is on a big PR push, that's for sure. We can't get Kevin swirling around about 15 minutes. Looking forward to that conversation right now, though, we've got to bring in the full of the moment. Michael Pervis told back in Capital Advisors. See Michael, I'm just going to call you Mr 36 50 on the S and P here and how we get in there. Well, I think more of the same advice my framework eyes really, Since this extraordinary measures by the Fed has been too You know, not look Att valuation on the S and P 500 on Annapolis bases. But really, the only way I can look at it right now is on a relative basis. In other words. I looked at the forward earnings deal the inverse of the price earnings ratio. It's attract the 10 year Treasury. But when I see that spread, it gives me enough comforting to get 35,363,700 by the end of the year, even without an uptick in earnings estimates, I guess that's all a fancy way of saying the Fed is forcing you up the river for into buying equity there. But let's not forget that the you know the big cap. Tech companies have a long history of demonstrating not just hired Nick's road but also considered a consistency of that drove to they're such a dominant part of the Hasn't the 500 right now that I think that it's really kind of more of a saying. There's a huge footnote to this argument, which is that if bond yields Are to start rising higher when I'm talking Bonnie off a button 10 year Treasury yields if we start seeing those go up through 1% 1 and 1/4 This framework fall apart really fast, So the valuation of this price target is really predicated upon the continuance of a super suppressed bond deal. Michael's right where we wanted to go in there, Okay? It's a great bullish called. There's other people out there with the same tone as well, is completely predicated on the inverse P inverse cashflow ratio. Is well, let's say you're correct in we sustain. Why do you stop it? 3600 Well, you know, I get across the beach bridges. I come to it here. But, you know, I think you know for the last several hearing, but had this very You know this do that in this world of very low nominal GDP. As long as there's some GDP growth on DH thes very low Magistrates price earnings ratios could be supported an extraordinarily high levels for a longer period of time. Thanks to structural disinflation, aggressive central banking and all that so forth on DH again with that added component that you have these big cap tech companies really grinding out this important earnings growth that has less economic sensitivity that you find in other sectors. They're so you know, I will cross that. What? My end of year 22,021 Target is at some point in the next few months, Tom, But I do think that this framework Is really, really important and well, I've never seen an equity rally seated has the one that we've been working with, Um, and the hatred that high in the last years it took up a level in the in the in the last coupon. What I advise my client to the ad to learn to love hate because it is Andi. I still think there's a There's an argument that there's a lot of cash on the sidelines that will be coming into equities when they see that the returns on Treasury's, uh, minimalist. Learn to love. The hate is definitely the mantra for a lot of bulls. Right now. I do wonder, though a lot of people saying that bonds and stocks are sending very different messages, especially as we see inflation expectations over a longer term pick up in your concept is predicated on the idea that the Federal Reserve will continue to go in and buy Treasury is increasingly on the long and In order to suppress yields, even if the economy stabilises and continues to grind higher, providing some sort of support to the earnings that you're talking about. Do you think that that is a crucial aspect of your recipe to get to 36 50? Without question, That's crucial. It's It's critical. Now. You know, there's a massive amounts of uncertainties across the economic macro Kobe landscape and all that. There's one thing you know the most important security in the world. The 10 year Treasury and what Howl has achieved over the last several homes from 150 basis points and cuts and all the other programs of acid building is he's not just You know, sort of cap this Ted, you're healed. That very, very low level. He's also smothered volatility If you look at the June FOMC 14 of 16 projectors of the dog had zero of interest rates through the end of 2020 to 14 out of 60. In other words, a huge You know it wasn't a few outlaws, you know. 97 their GDP and unemployment for cancer actually more constructive than what Bloomberg senses hat right, so, but I think that that is sort of saying without saying it is is that they're becoming a little bit less. They depended data dependent. And I think there's a separate conversation is that healthy for the longer term economy support But in terms of asking about my 36 50 and beyond, I think it's very clear that the that Said that hyper sort of overwhelming support cohesion within the Fed on all these policies give you hi certainty that interest rates will be very love without one big hobby, at least that if inflation You know, starts really climbing into a much higher level and the term premium on 10 year.

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"nick  road" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"nick road" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Free. Is this like general woman asking General man just Yeah, It's not that deep fried. I know I'm missing the point when I asked this question But when I see a guy type l O R. Yeah, l o. L If it doesn't, you know. Yeah. I don't know why that is nothing. Let me see. Do you searching my messages to see if I've Oh, l I don't know what it is, but l a well just seems very feminine to me. Okay, um Eminence. Who is that? Nick wrote one Nick Nick Road in a low Well, that's because he's from a different generation like I'm talking about, like Buddy Ryan. Real middle age guys. Typing. L O l like I feel like you age out my mellow well at 30. Maybe. Okay. Well, in that case on Lee, one of the people nephew does it But that's fine. I don't does that. That's fine. But like Guys that air 45 typing l. Oh, well, I don't know what it is about that, especially if you're if you're 25 you get a text message. I mean, I'm right younger, right? There's that too. Yeah, I didn't even think about that. But that makes sense. Do you think we've got a break? But do you think that Ah other We're going to hear from other teams. Women for that work for other professional sports teams or because I think this kind of stuff is not just limited to the Redskins. You said this earlier and I think that this is a said State of where we are when this came out. It was like this. Oh, That's all. Now I mean again, it's egregious and these guys are going to be punished. Those you know this. These guys are losing their careers for it, and in some cases, rightfully so. But I thought it was going to be much more damning. But you know a corporation. It is indicative where we are because we've seen this same story come out about numerous work places in the past two or three years ever since the me to movement began, and we're so desensitized to it now because we've heard it so many times in point, And we're like, Oh, we've got an ass like a wagon and places that it would be unexpected. Like high tech companies that are supposed to be so woke this whole time. Yeah, it's sad where The football team. If we saw this story four years ago, we'd be like, Oh, man, but we've heard it over and over. We have to do the Ellen. We have to do the Ellen story cause that's not a great place to work, either. Apparently, But again, Alan is apparently not the person Who's the Who's the horrible person culture, But it's a culture. Yeah, and it's her name on the show, so she's got some. You know, people are putting some responsibility on her. We'll talk about that weekend back Gary and Shannon. Burbank has closed down San Fernando Boulevard two cars to make room for tables really fun experiment. Urban press winery founder Giovanni Di Andrea says he's been pushing the city to close down the street. And he's planning to take advantage of the new space. With more tables in a band can't go the movies can't go bowling. 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"While some back. Office and management functions can be performed remotely. They are more effective from the office again. That's from the CEO. Tim Ridge of Charter. You know the brand immediately goes to okay charter. Did Not plan for something. Like this and charter doesn't have a good work from work remotely policy. As far as the technology that would be needed for employees to work from home. So it's just a scramble because I can't really see any way that this makes sense besides being hugely irresponsible. Because if you don't feel sick it doesn't mean you aren't sick it doesn't mean you're not gonNA infect other people around you it it's I. I don't know how charter can get away with us. It feels maybe there are some specific Set of circumstances that mean the our understanding of how all of this works doesn't apply here but the only that's a lot of caveat before I'm GonNa agree with you. It's incredibly irresponsible The the the one thing that we will remember after all of it is said and done and we are all better and hopefully crisis is behind us. The one thing we will remember from this. Is that the point is to flatten the curve and to make sure that the virus doesn't spread too quickly so that The health services can deal with the influx of and you can be a carrier even if you are a symptomatic so I don't understand how you square that logic with what he is saying. It seems to me like someone who is has the wrong priorities yet. If you read the Zach Whitaker Article. There's some anecdotal information in there of course but it makes it sound like charter. Just culturally is against working from home to the point that they are hostile to the idea of working from home even in this situation. At least I the you know the one thing I can say is Tom. Rutledge did say they're considering policies. But like you said Sarah. Maybe it's the culture is so against from home that they they they're starting from scratch we'll right. It's okay to say the cultures against working from home. I've worked at lots of places where working from home is simply not an option for lots of reasons company morale and getting things done and you be on the same conference room at the same time. This is a whole different ballgame though. We're not operating under normal life right now so for charter to be like well. We just don't encourage working from home you're GonNa Slack on us is just that you gotta you. Pas that whole rhetoric. I think within forty eight hours. That policy will be reversed. And if only if not for the moral slash health risks the legal risks will make this. Guy Reconsider. We need to get some negative ketosis on that distribution as the statistician say to get all the headlines each day in about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily tech headlines Dot Com all right last story today. Facebook Google Youtube Microsoft linked in Reddit and twitter that is not just a greatest hits of social networking platforms. It's also a group of companies that issued a joint statement Monday on preventing misinformation about covert nineteen. The statement said we are working closely together on Cova Nineteen response efforts. We're helping millions of people stay connected while also jointly combating fraud and misinformation about the virus elevating authoritative content on our platforms and sharing critical updates and coordination with government healthcare agencies around the world. We invite other companies to join us as we work to keep our communities healthy and safe. Facebook is working with partners to send all of its contract. Workers who review content home with pay though and Google is similarly letting a lot of their human moderators either work from home or not work at all with pay if you say why. Can't they just moderate from home sensitive content sensitive connections it may be not secured to do that? It may not be good for the reviewer to do that and facebook said with fewer people available for Human Review will continue to prioritize imminent harm and increase our reliance on proactive detection and other areas to remove violating content. Now so we have all of the social network saying the right thing. Which is we're going to fight this misinformation seriously. This time on the other hand. They're also doing the right thing. And saying but we need to let these reviewers go home and we don't want to put them in an unsafe situation. So Youtube facebook and twitter have warned of an increase in erroneous take dance as companies rely more on software for moderation. Appeals may take longer as well twitter. Said it's not going to ban a user's based solely on an automated moderated decision. But it is going to not be as accurate because they won't have as many humans on this. How do you feel about this? I mean it's it's it's good and bad mixed together right. It seems like it's I don't know it's really interesting Because if they can manage to do it then maybe I'm jumping the gun a little bit on the end of the conversation but if they can manage to handle and manage the misinformation on this why can they do it on the other stuff. That's where my mind goes a meeting because it's such a hot topic for the past five years And if they can manage to do it maybe they will learn enough that it will make the other things easier down the line but it it it just takes you know the the most serious global pandemic we've seen in a century to get them to work this hard but is the mind doesn't it. I guess you know one might argue. Anelle say for the sake of the emails we would get There are other issues that Down the line might be or will be even greater Concerns and and dangers to the human race then this namely The climate change so they could work similarly for that but of course the urgency makes the minds. Yeah Yep you know having friends who were facebook. I know people who work at twitter salesforce. I mean Google. Of course I mean these are all Silicon Valley. Companies are at least based in Silicon Valley that I'm naming but huge companies and everybody's working from home. That's just kind of across the board. At least the people that I know and it's sort of like okay. Well this is necessary right now but I don't think anybody was like and nothing will be disrupted because we've completely changed all of our policies even for a temporary amount of time. Something is going to fall through the cracks because of this because if you could have just worked from home the whole time then companies could save lots of money on leases for huge billions and all sorts of infrastructure. And that kind of thing so I feel like knowing that there's going to be maybe a little bit of back La you know maybe some ruinous take downs stuff falling through the cracks. I feel like that's something that I can. I can take that. It's GonNa be annoying for anybody who's WHO's more inconvenience than usual. But I don't see how this could all just work as usual given what what what everybody has had to do. And how how much? They've had to switch the way that they they do their job. That's the difference if this was the election and no one's life is on the line directly right. It's just about who wins and you say like you know what just to preserve honesty and the election you might get some Arabia's take downs no way the backlash would be horrible but given the fact that people are like well. You're stopping deaths. I guess maybe that's okay you're not going to get. I mean I've seen some people who are like you know I'm kind of concerned about this. Being used to suppress speech. And that's a valid concern. But it's much less than you would expect given the situation here. I think it also really forces companies to say look. You don't have any wiggle room. Or whether it's we'll rumored out depending on how you look at it to say but if we do this are we causing more harm than good. We don't really understand how politics works etcetera etcetera with this. It's very clear that if you're telling people to do the wrong thing you're endangering the life and so like I said it focuses the mind. The verge has a report published this morning by new. America's open technology institute arguing the personalized targeting is the root problem and that moderation isn't the fix and maybe because you can't just throw humans at the problem. You can't just hope that the algorithms get all the misinformation. Maybe this will be put to the test. There's a senior policy analyst. Natalie Marschall who told the verge that the problem is the system used to influence you to buy something. Advertising is also being used for news and propaganda and she says if there is less algorithm MC boosting optimized for the company's corporate profit margins and bottom line then misinformation would be less widely distributed boost. I and moderate later doesn't work so if they changed the algorithm and how it promotes things then the moderation will be easier is essentially what the way. I read what she's saying but but they would need to have two different algorithms essentially and no which topics are Pandemic related in which are just the thing they used. I apply the Algorithm to everything. But then you take an yes. Yes and I don't think they would. Maybe maybe they would do this during these next couple of months because you know they're impacted as well the longest it's the longer it lasts The longer their bottom lines are going to be impacted As well so big thanks to everybody. Who PARTICIPATES IN OUR SUB Reddit? Those who submit stories those who vote on other stories and make sure the good steph rises to the top. We love our sub creditors Dwayne them daily Tech New Show. Dot REDDIT DOT COM. Let's check out. The mailbag leads Nick Road in about our discussion on some Xbox specs that we laid out yesterday. We all said sounds like pretty good machine. Nick said Ray. Tracing to this point in the hardcore game community has been perceived more as a joke name than a real feature because of the massive performance penalty and Microsoft's massive INFO dump on Monday about the xbox series x specs. They give digital foundry the tidbit that the GPO of the xbox series x does thirteen teraflops ray tracing performance and they demo version of gears. Five running four K. With Ray tracing over one hundred frames per second you can't directly compare teraflops numbers between different architectures but the performance shown in this demo and the fact that the mighty video. Twenty Eighty T. I only does about five teraflops of retracing performance and can't maintain sixty frames per second at four K. In any game with retracing gives me hope the rain is going to go from? Glorified Tech Demo with invidious Torino architecture to a must have feature with the next Gen of PC GPS. I can't wait to have smooth running. Ray Tracing in my games..

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"nick road" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"While some back. Office and management functions can be performed remotely. They are more effective from the office again. That's from the CEO. Tim Ridge of Charter. You know the brand immediately goes to okay charter. Did Not plan for something. Like this and charter doesn't have a good work from work remotely policy. As far as the technology that would be needed for employees to work from home. So it's just a scramble because I can't really see any way that this makes sense besides being hugely irresponsible. Because if you don't feel sick it doesn't mean you aren't sick it doesn't mean you're not gonNA infect other people around you it it's I. I don't know how charter can get away with us. It feels maybe there are some specific Set of circumstances that mean the our understanding of how all of this works doesn't apply here but the only that's a lot of caveat before I'm GonNa agree with you. It's incredibly irresponsible The the the one thing that we will remember after all of it is said and done and we are all better and hopefully crisis is behind us. The one thing we will remember from this. Is that the point is to flatten the curve and to make sure that the virus doesn't spread too quickly so that The health services can deal with the influx of and you can be a carrier even if you are a symptomatic so I don't understand how you square that logic with what he is saying. It seems to me like someone who is has the wrong priorities yet. If you read the Zach Whitaker Article. There's some anecdotal information in there of course but it makes it sound like charter. Just culturally is against working from home to the point that they are hostile to the idea of working from home even in this situation. At least I the you know the one thing I can say is Tom. Rutledge did say they're considering policies. But like you said Sarah. Maybe it's the culture is so against from home that they they they're starting from scratch we'll right. It's okay to say the cultures against working from home. I've worked at lots of places where working from home is simply not an option for lots of reasons company morale and getting things done and you be on the same conference room at the same time. This is a whole different ballgame though. We're not operating under normal life right now so for charter to be like well. We just don't encourage working from home you're GonNa Slack on us is just that you gotta you. Pas that whole rhetoric. I think within forty eight hours. That policy will be reversed. And if only if not for the moral slash health risks the legal risks will make this. Guy Reconsider. We need to get some negative ketosis on that distribution as the statistician say to get all the headlines each day in about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily tech headlines Dot Com all right last story today. Facebook Google Youtube Microsoft linked in Reddit and twitter that is not just a greatest hits of social networking platforms. It's also a group of companies that issued a joint statement Monday on preventing misinformation about covert nineteen. The statement said we are working closely together on Cova Nineteen response efforts. We're helping millions of people stay connected while also jointly combating fraud and misinformation about the virus elevating authoritative content on our platforms and sharing critical updates and coordination with government healthcare agencies around the world. We invite other companies to join us as we work to keep our communities healthy and safe. Facebook is working with partners to send all of its contract. Workers who review content home with pay though and Google is similarly letting a lot of their human moderators either work from home or not work at all with pay if you say why. Can't they just moderate from home sensitive content sensitive connections it may be not secured to do that? It may not be good for the reviewer to do that and facebook said with fewer people available for Human Review will continue to prioritize imminent harm and increase our reliance on proactive detection and other areas to remove violating content. Now so we have all of the social network saying the right thing. Which is we're going to fight this misinformation seriously. This time on the other hand. They're also doing the right thing. And saying but we need to let these reviewers go home and we don't want to put them in an unsafe situation. So Youtube facebook and twitter have warned of an increase in erroneous take dance as companies rely more on software for moderation. Appeals may take longer as well twitter. Said it's not going to ban a user's based solely on an automated moderated decision. But it is going to not be as accurate because they won't have as many humans on this. How do you feel about this? I mean it's it's it's good and bad mixed together right. It seems like it's I don't know it's really interesting Because if they can manage to do it then maybe I'm jumping the gun a little bit on the end of the conversation but if they can manage to handle and manage the misinformation on this why can they do it on the other stuff. That's where my mind goes a meeting because it's such a hot topic for the past five years And if they can manage to do it maybe they will learn enough that it will make the other things easier down the line but it it it just takes you know the the most serious global pandemic we've seen in a century to get them to work this hard but is the mind doesn't it. I guess you know one might argue. Anelle say for the sake of the emails we would get There are other issues that Down the line might be or will be even greater Concerns and and dangers to the human race then this namely The climate change so they could work similarly for that but of course the urgency makes the minds. Yeah Yep you know having friends who were facebook. I know people who work at twitter salesforce. I mean Google. Of course I mean these are all Silicon Valley. Companies are at least based in Silicon Valley that I'm naming but huge companies and everybody's working from home. That's just kind of across the board. At least the people that I know and it's sort of like okay. Well this is necessary right now but I don't think anybody was like and nothing will be disrupted because we've completely changed all of our policies even for a temporary amount of time. Something is going to fall through the cracks because of this because if you could have just worked from home the whole time then companies could save lots of money on leases for huge billions and all sorts of infrastructure. And that kind of thing so I feel like knowing that there's going to be maybe a little bit of back La you know maybe some ruinous take downs stuff falling through the cracks. I feel like that's something that I can. I can take that. It's GonNa be annoying for anybody who's WHO's more inconvenience than usual. But I don't see how this could all just work as usual given what what what everybody has had to do. And how how much? They've had to switch the way that they they do their job. That's the difference if this was the election and no one's life is on the line directly right. It's just about who wins and you say like you know what just to preserve honesty and the election you might get some Arabia's take downs no way the backlash would be horrible but given the fact that people are like well. You're stopping deaths. I guess maybe that's okay you're not going to get. I mean I've seen some people who are like you know I'm kind of concerned about this. Being used to suppress speech. And that's a valid concern. But it's much less than you would expect given the situation here. I think it also really forces companies to say look. You don't have any wiggle room. Or whether it's we'll rumored out depending on how you look at it to say but if we do this are we causing more harm than good. We don't really understand how politics works etcetera etcetera with this. It's very clear that if you're telling people to do the wrong thing you're endangering the life and so like I said it focuses the mind. The verge has a report published this morning by new. America's open technology institute arguing the personalized targeting is the root problem and that moderation isn't the fix and maybe because you can't just throw humans at the problem. You can't just hope that the algorithms get all the misinformation. Maybe this will be put to the test. There's a senior policy analyst. Natalie Marschall who told the verge that the problem is the system used to influence you to buy something. Advertising is also being used for news and propaganda and she says if there is less algorithm MC boosting optimized for the company's corporate profit margins and bottom line then misinformation would be less widely distributed boost. I and moderate later doesn't work so if they changed the algorithm and how it promotes things then the moderation will be easier is essentially what the way. I read what she's saying but but they would need to have two different algorithms essentially and no which topics are Pandemic related in which are just the thing they used. I apply the Algorithm to everything. But then you take an yes. Yes and I don't think they would. Maybe maybe they would do this during these next couple of months because you know they're impacted as well the longest it's the longer it lasts The longer their bottom lines are going to be impacted As well so big thanks to everybody. Who PARTICIPATES IN OUR SUB Reddit? Those who submit stories those who vote on other stories and make sure the good steph rises to the top. We love our sub creditors Dwayne them daily Tech New Show. Dot REDDIT DOT COM. Let's check out. The mailbag leads Nick Road in about our discussion on some Xbox specs that we laid out yesterday. We all said sounds like pretty good machine. Nick said Ray. Tracing to this point in the hardcore game community has been perceived more as a joke name than a real feature because of the massive performance penalty and Microsoft's massive INFO dump on Monday about the xbox series x specs. They give digital foundry the tidbit that the GPO of the xbox series x does thirteen teraflops ray tracing performance and they demo version of gears. Five running four K. With Ray tracing over one hundred frames per second you can't directly compare teraflops numbers between different architectures but the performance shown in this demo and the fact that the mighty video. Twenty Eighty T. I only does about five teraflops of retracing performance and can't maintain sixty frames per second at four K. In any game with retracing gives me hope the rain is going to go from? Glorified Tech Demo with invidious Torino architecture to a must have feature with the next Gen of PC GPS. I can't wait to have smooth running. Ray Tracing in my games..

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"While some back. Office and management functions can be performed remotely. They are more effective from the office again. That's from the CEO. Tim Ridge of Charter. You know the brand immediately goes to okay charter. Did Not plan for something. Like this and charter doesn't have a good work from work remotely policy. As far as the technology that would be needed for employees to work from home. So it's just a scramble because I can't really see any way that this makes sense besides being hugely irresponsible. Because if you don't feel sick it doesn't mean you aren't sick it doesn't mean you're not gonNA infect other people around you it it's I. I don't know how charter can get away with us. It feels maybe there are some specific Set of circumstances that mean the our understanding of how all of this works doesn't apply here but the only that's a lot of caveat before I'm GonNa agree with you. It's incredibly irresponsible The the the one thing that we will remember after all of it is said and done and we are all better and hopefully crisis is behind us. The one thing we will remember from this. Is that the point is to flatten the curve and to make sure that the virus doesn't spread too quickly so that The health services can deal with the influx of and you can be a carrier even if you are a symptomatic so I don't understand how you square that logic with what he is saying. It seems to me like someone who is has the wrong priorities yet. If you read the Zach Whitaker Article. There's some anecdotal information in there of course but it makes it sound like charter. Just culturally is against working from home to the point that they are hostile to the idea of working from home even in this situation. At least I the you know the one thing I can say is Tom. Rutledge did say they're considering policies. But like you said Sarah. Maybe it's the culture is so against from home that they they they're starting from scratch we'll right. It's okay to say the cultures against working from home. I've worked at lots of places where working from home is simply not an option for lots of reasons company morale and getting things done and you be on the same conference room at the same time. This is a whole different ballgame though. We're not operating under normal life right now so for charter to be like well. We just don't encourage working from home you're GonNa Slack on us is just that you gotta you. Pas that whole rhetoric. I think within forty eight hours. That policy will be reversed. And if only if not for the moral slash health risks the legal risks will make this. Guy Reconsider. We need to get some negative ketosis on that distribution as the statistician say to get all the headlines each day in about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily tech headlines Dot Com all right last story today. Facebook Google Youtube Microsoft linked in Reddit and twitter that is not just a greatest hits of social networking platforms. It's also a group of companies that issued a joint statement Monday on preventing misinformation about covert nineteen. The statement said we are working closely together on Cova Nineteen response efforts. We're helping millions of people stay connected while also jointly combating fraud and misinformation about the virus elevating authoritative content on our platforms and sharing critical updates and coordination with government healthcare agencies around the world. We invite other companies to join us as we work to keep our communities healthy and safe. Facebook is working with partners to send all of its contract. Workers who review content home with pay though and Google is similarly letting a lot of their human moderators either work from home or not work at all with pay if you say why. Can't they just moderate from home sensitive content sensitive connections it may be not secured to do that? It may not be good for the reviewer to do that and facebook said with fewer people available for Human Review will continue to prioritize imminent harm and increase our reliance on proactive detection and other areas to remove violating content. Now so we have all of the social network saying the right thing. Which is we're going to fight this misinformation seriously. This time on the other hand. They're also doing the right thing. And saying but we need to let these reviewers go home and we don't want to put them in an unsafe situation. So Youtube facebook and twitter have warned of an increase in erroneous take dance as companies rely more on software for moderation. Appeals may take longer as well twitter. Said it's not going to ban a user's based solely on an automated moderated decision. But it is going to not be as accurate because they won't have as many humans on this. How do you feel about this? I mean it's it's it's good and bad mixed together right. It seems like it's I don't know it's really interesting Because if they can manage to do it then maybe I'm jumping the gun a little bit on the end of the conversation but if they can manage to handle and manage the misinformation on this why can they do it on the other stuff. That's where my mind goes a meeting because it's such a hot topic for the past five years And if they can manage to do it maybe they will learn enough that it will make the other things easier down the line but it it it just takes you know the the most serious global pandemic we've seen in a century to get them to work this hard but is the mind doesn't it. I guess you know one might argue. Anelle say for the sake of the emails we would get There are other issues that Down the line might be or will be even greater Concerns and and dangers to the human race then this namely The climate change so they could work similarly for that but of course the urgency makes the minds. Yeah Yep you know having friends who were facebook. I know people who work at twitter salesforce. I mean Google. Of course I mean these are all Silicon Valley. Companies are at least based in Silicon Valley that I'm naming but huge companies and everybody's working from home. That's just kind of across the board. At least the people that I know and it's sort of like okay. Well this is necessary right now but I don't think anybody was like and nothing will be disrupted because we've completely changed all of our policies even for a temporary amount of time. Something is going to fall through the cracks because of this because if you could have just worked from home the whole time then companies could save lots of money on leases for huge billions and all sorts of infrastructure. And that kind of thing so I feel like knowing that there's going to be maybe a little bit of back La you know maybe some ruinous take downs stuff falling through the cracks. I feel like that's something that I can. I can take that. It's GonNa be annoying for anybody who's WHO's more inconvenience than usual. But I don't see how this could all just work as usual given what what what everybody has had to do. And how how much? They've had to switch the way that they they do their job. That's the difference if this was the election and no one's life is on the line directly right. It's just about who wins and you say like you know what just to preserve honesty and the election you might get some Arabia's take downs no way the backlash would be horrible but given the fact that people are like well. You're stopping deaths. I guess maybe that's okay you're not going to get. I mean I've seen some people who are like you know I'm kind of concerned about this. Being used to suppress speech. And that's a valid concern. But it's much less than you would expect given the situation here. I think it also really forces companies to say look. You don't have any wiggle room. Or whether it's we'll rumored out depending on how you look at it to say but if we do this are we causing more harm than good. We don't really understand how politics works etcetera etcetera with this. It's very clear that if you're telling people to do the wrong thing you're endangering the life and so like I said it focuses the mind. The verge has a report published this morning by new. America's open technology institute arguing the personalized targeting is the root problem and that moderation isn't the fix and maybe because you can't just throw humans at the problem. You can't just hope that the algorithms get all the misinformation. Maybe this will be put to the test. There's a senior policy analyst. Natalie Marschall who told the verge that the problem is the system used to influence you to buy something. Advertising is also being used for news and propaganda and she says if there is less algorithm MC boosting optimized for the company's corporate profit margins and bottom line then misinformation would be less widely distributed boost. I and moderate later doesn't work so if they changed the algorithm and how it promotes things then the moderation will be easier is essentially what the way. I read what she's saying but but they would need to have two different algorithms essentially and no which topics are Pandemic related in which are just the thing they used. I apply the Algorithm to everything. But then you take an yes. Yes and I don't think they would. Maybe maybe they would do this during these next couple of months because you know they're impacted as well the longest it's the longer it lasts The longer their bottom lines are going to be impacted As well so big thanks to everybody. Who PARTICIPATES IN OUR SUB Reddit? Those who submit stories those who vote on other stories and make sure the good steph rises to the top. We love our sub creditors Dwayne them daily Tech New Show. Dot REDDIT DOT COM. Let's check out. The mailbag leads Nick Road in about our discussion on some Xbox specs that we laid out yesterday. We all said sounds like pretty good machine. Nick said Ray. Tracing to this point in the hardcore game community has been perceived more as a joke name than a real feature because of the massive performance penalty and Microsoft's massive INFO dump on Monday about the xbox series x specs. They give digital foundry the tidbit that the GPO of the xbox series x does thirteen teraflops ray tracing performance and they demo version of gears. Five running four K. With Ray tracing over one hundred frames per second you can't directly compare teraflops numbers between different architectures but the performance shown in this demo and the fact that the mighty video. Twenty Eighty T. I only does about five teraflops of retracing performance and can't maintain sixty frames per second at four K. In any game with retracing gives me hope the rain is going to go from? Glorified Tech Demo with invidious Torino architecture to a must have feature with the next Gen of PC GPS. I can't wait to have smooth running. Ray Tracing in my games..

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"nick  road" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

13:23 min | 2 years ago

"nick road" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"While some back. Office and management functions can be performed remotely. They are more effective from the office again. That's from the CEO. Tim Ridge of Charter. You know the brand immediately goes to okay charter. Did Not plan for something. Like this and charter doesn't have a good work from work remotely policy. As far as the technology that would be needed for employees to work from home. So it's just a scramble because I can't really see any way that this makes sense besides being hugely irresponsible. Because if you don't feel sick it doesn't mean you aren't sick it doesn't mean you're not gonNA infect other people around you it it's I. I don't know how charter can get away with us. It feels maybe there are some specific Set of circumstances that mean the our understanding of how all of this works doesn't apply here but the only that's a lot of caveat before I'm GonNa agree with you. It's incredibly irresponsible The the the one thing that we will remember after all of it is said and done and we are all better and hopefully crisis is behind us. The one thing we will remember from this. Is that the point is to flatten the curve and to make sure that the virus doesn't spread too quickly so that The health services can deal with the influx of and you can be a carrier even if you are a symptomatic so I don't understand how you square that logic with what he is saying. It seems to me like someone who is has the wrong priorities yet. If you read the Zach Whitaker Article. There's some anecdotal information in there of course but it makes it sound like charter. Just culturally is against working from home to the point that they are hostile to the idea of working from home even in this situation. At least I the you know the one thing I can say is Tom. Rutledge did say they're considering policies. But like you said Sarah. Maybe it's the culture is so against from home that they they they're starting from scratch we'll right. It's okay to say the cultures against working from home. I've worked at lots of places where working from home is simply not an option for lots of reasons company morale and getting things done and you be on the same conference room at the same time. This is a whole different ballgame though. We're not operating under normal life right now so for charter to be like well. We just don't encourage working from home you're GonNa Slack on us is just that you gotta you. Pas that whole rhetoric. I think within forty eight hours. That policy will be reversed. And if only if not for the moral slash health risks the legal risks will make this. Guy Reconsider. We need to get some negative ketosis on that distribution as the statistician say to get all the headlines each day in about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily tech headlines Dot Com all right last story today. Facebook Google Youtube Microsoft linked in Reddit and twitter that is not just a greatest hits of social networking platforms. It's also a group of companies that issued a joint statement Monday on preventing misinformation about covert nineteen. The statement said we are working closely together on Cova Nineteen response efforts. We're helping millions of people stay connected while also jointly combating fraud and misinformation about the virus elevating authoritative content on our platforms and sharing critical updates and coordination with government healthcare agencies around the world. We invite other companies to join us as we work to keep our communities healthy and safe. Facebook is working with partners to send all of its contract. Workers who review content home with pay though and Google is similarly letting a lot of their human moderators either work from home or not work at all with pay if you say why. Can't they just moderate from home sensitive content sensitive connections it may be not secured to do that? It may not be good for the reviewer to do that and facebook said with fewer people available for Human Review will continue to prioritize imminent harm and increase our reliance on proactive detection and other areas to remove violating content. Now so we have all of the social network saying the right thing. Which is we're going to fight this misinformation seriously. This time on the other hand. They're also doing the right thing. And saying but we need to let these reviewers go home and we don't want to put them in an unsafe situation. So Youtube facebook and twitter have warned of an increase in erroneous take dance as companies rely more on software for moderation. Appeals may take longer as well twitter. Said it's not going to ban a user's based solely on an automated moderated decision. But it is going to not be as accurate because they won't have as many humans on this. How do you feel about this? I mean it's it's it's good and bad mixed together right. It seems like it's I don't know it's really interesting Because if they can manage to do it then maybe I'm jumping the gun a little bit on the end of the conversation but if they can manage to handle and manage the misinformation on this why can they do it on the other stuff. That's where my mind goes a meeting because it's such a hot topic for the past five years And if they can manage to do it maybe they will learn enough that it will make the other things easier down the line but it it it just takes you know the the most serious global pandemic we've seen in a century to get them to work this hard but is the mind doesn't it. I guess you know one might argue. Anelle say for the sake of the emails we would get There are other issues that Down the line might be or will be even greater Concerns and and dangers to the human race then this namely The climate change so they could work similarly for that but of course the urgency makes the minds. Yeah Yep you know having friends who were facebook. I know people who work at twitter salesforce. I mean Google. Of course I mean these are all Silicon Valley. Companies are at least based in Silicon Valley that I'm naming but huge companies and everybody's working from home. That's just kind of across the board. At least the people that I know and it's sort of like okay. Well this is necessary right now but I don't think anybody was like and nothing will be disrupted because we've completely changed all of our policies even for a temporary amount of time. Something is going to fall through the cracks because of this because if you could have just worked from home the whole time then companies could save lots of money on leases for huge billions and all sorts of infrastructure. And that kind of thing so I feel like knowing that there's going to be maybe a little bit of back La you know maybe some ruinous take downs stuff falling through the cracks. I feel like that's something that I can. I can take that. It's GonNa be annoying for anybody who's WHO's more inconvenience than usual. But I don't see how this could all just work as usual given what what what everybody has had to do. And how how much? They've had to switch the way that they they do their job. That's the difference if this was the election and no one's life is on the line directly right. It's just about who wins and you say like you know what just to preserve honesty and the election you might get some Arabia's take downs no way the backlash would be horrible but given the fact that people are like well. You're stopping deaths. I guess maybe that's okay you're not going to get. I mean I've seen some people who are like you know I'm kind of concerned about this. Being used to suppress speech. And that's a valid concern. But it's much less than you would expect given the situation here. I think it also really forces companies to say look. You don't have any wiggle room. Or whether it's we'll rumored out depending on how you look at it to say but if we do this are we causing more harm than good. We don't really understand how politics works etcetera etcetera with this. It's very clear that if you're telling people to do the wrong thing you're endangering the life and so like I said it focuses the mind. The verge has a report published this morning by new. America's open technology institute arguing the personalized targeting is the root problem and that moderation isn't the fix and maybe because you can't just throw humans at the problem. You can't just hope that the algorithms get all the misinformation. Maybe this will be put to the test. There's a senior policy analyst. Natalie Marschall who told the verge that the problem is the system used to influence you to buy something. Advertising is also being used for news and propaganda and she says if there is less algorithm MC boosting optimized for the company's corporate profit margins and bottom line then misinformation would be less widely distributed boost. I and moderate later doesn't work so if they changed the algorithm and how it promotes things then the moderation will be easier is essentially what the way. I read what she's saying but but they would need to have two different algorithms essentially and no which topics are Pandemic related in which are just the thing they used. I apply the Algorithm to everything. But then you take an yes. Yes and I don't think they would. Maybe maybe they would do this during these next couple of months because you know they're impacted as well the longest it's the longer it lasts The longer their bottom lines are going to be impacted As well so big thanks to everybody. Who PARTICIPATES IN OUR SUB Reddit? Those who submit stories those who vote on other stories and make sure the good steph rises to the top. We love our sub creditors Dwayne them daily Tech New Show. Dot REDDIT DOT COM. Let's check out. The mailbag leads Nick Road in about our discussion on some Xbox specs that we laid out yesterday. We all said sounds like pretty good machine. Nick said Ray. Tracing to this point in the hardcore game community has been perceived more as a joke name than a real feature because of the massive performance penalty and Microsoft's massive INFO dump on Monday about the xbox series x specs. They give digital foundry the tidbit that the GPO of the xbox series x does thirteen teraflops ray tracing performance and they demo version of gears. Five running four K. With Ray tracing over one hundred frames per second you can't directly compare teraflops numbers between different architectures but the performance shown in this demo and the fact that the mighty video. Twenty Eighty T. I only does about five teraflops of retracing performance and can't maintain sixty frames per second at four K. In any game with retracing gives me hope the rain is going to go from? Glorified Tech Demo with invidious Torino architecture to a must have feature with the next Gen of PC GPS. I can't wait to have smooth running. Ray Tracing in my games..

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"nick  road" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

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13:23 min | 2 years ago

"nick road" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"While some back. Office and management functions can be performed remotely. They are more effective from the office again. That's from the CEO. Tim Ridge of Charter. You know the brand immediately goes to okay charter. Did Not plan for something. Like this and charter doesn't have a good work from work remotely policy. As far as the technology that would be needed for employees to work from home. So it's just a scramble because I can't really see any way that this makes sense besides being hugely irresponsible. Because if you don't feel sick it doesn't mean you aren't sick it doesn't mean you're not gonNA infect other people around you it it's I. I don't know how charter can get away with us. It feels maybe there are some specific Set of circumstances that mean the our understanding of how all of this works doesn't apply here but the only that's a lot of caveat before I'm GonNa agree with you. It's incredibly irresponsible The the the one thing that we will remember after all of it is said and done and we are all better and hopefully crisis is behind us. The one thing we will remember from this. Is that the point is to flatten the curve and to make sure that the virus doesn't spread too quickly so that The health services can deal with the influx of and you can be a carrier even if you are a symptomatic so I don't understand how you square that logic with what he is saying. It seems to me like someone who is has the wrong priorities yet. If you read the Zach Whitaker Article. There's some anecdotal information in there of course but it makes it sound like charter. Just culturally is against working from home to the point that they are hostile to the idea of working from home even in this situation. At least I the you know the one thing I can say is Tom. Rutledge did say they're considering policies. But like you said Sarah. Maybe it's the culture is so against from home that they they they're starting from scratch we'll right. It's okay to say the cultures against working from home. I've worked at lots of places where working from home is simply not an option for lots of reasons company morale and getting things done and you be on the same conference room at the same time. This is a whole different ballgame though. We're not operating under normal life right now so for charter to be like well. We just don't encourage working from home you're GonNa Slack on us is just that you gotta you. Pas that whole rhetoric. I think within forty eight hours. That policy will be reversed. And if only if not for the moral slash health risks the legal risks will make this. Guy Reconsider. We need to get some negative ketosis on that distribution as the statistician say to get all the headlines each day in about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily tech headlines Dot Com all right last story today. Facebook Google Youtube Microsoft linked in Reddit and twitter that is not just a greatest hits of social networking platforms. It's also a group of companies that issued a joint statement Monday on preventing misinformation about covert nineteen. The statement said we are working closely together on Cova Nineteen response efforts. We're helping millions of people stay connected while also jointly combating fraud and misinformation about the virus elevating authoritative content on our platforms and sharing critical updates and coordination with government healthcare agencies around the world. We invite other companies to join us as we work to keep our communities healthy and safe. Facebook is working with partners to send all of its contract. Workers who review content home with pay though and Google is similarly letting a lot of their human moderators either work from home or not work at all with pay if you say why. Can't they just moderate from home sensitive content sensitive connections it may be not secured to do that? It may not be good for the reviewer to do that and facebook said with fewer people available for Human Review will continue to prioritize imminent harm and increase our reliance on proactive detection and other areas to remove violating content. Now so we have all of the social network saying the right thing. Which is we're going to fight this misinformation seriously. This time on the other hand. They're also doing the right thing. And saying but we need to let these reviewers go home and we don't want to put them in an unsafe situation. So Youtube facebook and twitter have warned of an increase in erroneous take dance as companies rely more on software for moderation. Appeals may take longer as well twitter. Said it's not going to ban a user's based solely on an automated moderated decision. But it is going to not be as accurate because they won't have as many humans on this. How do you feel about this? I mean it's it's it's good and bad mixed together right. It seems like it's I don't know it's really interesting Because if they can manage to do it then maybe I'm jumping the gun a little bit on the end of the conversation but if they can manage to handle and manage the misinformation on this why can they do it on the other stuff. That's where my mind goes a meeting because it's such a hot topic for the past five years And if they can manage to do it maybe they will learn enough that it will make the other things easier down the line but it it it just takes you know the the most serious global pandemic we've seen in a century to get them to work this hard but is the mind doesn't it. I guess you know one might argue. Anelle say for the sake of the emails we would get There are other issues that Down the line might be or will be even greater Concerns and and dangers to the human race then this namely The climate change so they could work similarly for that but of course the urgency makes the minds. Yeah Yep you know having friends who were facebook. I know people who work at twitter salesforce. I mean Google. Of course I mean these are all Silicon Valley. Companies are at least based in Silicon Valley that I'm naming but huge companies and everybody's working from home. That's just kind of across the board. At least the people that I know and it's sort of like okay. Well this is necessary right now but I don't think anybody was like and nothing will be disrupted because we've completely changed all of our policies even for a temporary amount of time. Something is going to fall through the cracks because of this because if you could have just worked from home the whole time then companies could save lots of money on leases for huge billions and all sorts of infrastructure. And that kind of thing so I feel like knowing that there's going to be maybe a little bit of back La you know maybe some ruinous take downs stuff falling through the cracks. I feel like that's something that I can. I can take that. It's GonNa be annoying for anybody who's WHO's more inconvenience than usual. But I don't see how this could all just work as usual given what what what everybody has had to do. And how how much? They've had to switch the way that they they do their job. That's the difference if this was the election and no one's life is on the line directly right. It's just about who wins and you say like you know what just to preserve honesty and the election you might get some Arabia's take downs no way the backlash would be horrible but given the fact that people are like well. You're stopping deaths. I guess maybe that's okay you're not going to get. I mean I've seen some people who are like you know I'm kind of concerned about this. Being used to suppress speech. And that's a valid concern. But it's much less than you would expect given the situation here. I think it also really forces companies to say look. You don't have any wiggle room. Or whether it's we'll rumored out depending on how you look at it to say but if we do this are we causing more harm than good. We don't really understand how politics works etcetera etcetera with this. It's very clear that if you're telling people to do the wrong thing you're endangering the life and so like I said it focuses the mind. The verge has a report published this morning by new. America's open technology institute arguing the personalized targeting is the root problem and that moderation isn't the fix and maybe because you can't just throw humans at the problem. You can't just hope that the algorithms get all the misinformation. Maybe this will be put to the test. There's a senior policy analyst. Natalie Marschall who told the verge that the problem is the system used to influence you to buy something. Advertising is also being used for news and propaganda and she says if there is less algorithm MC boosting optimized for the company's corporate profit margins and bottom line then misinformation would be less widely distributed boost. I and moderate later doesn't work so if they changed the algorithm and how it promotes things then the moderation will be easier is essentially what the way. I read what she's saying but but they would need to have two different algorithms essentially and no which topics are Pandemic related in which are just the thing they used. I apply the Algorithm to everything. But then you take an yes. Yes and I don't think they would. Maybe maybe they would do this during these next couple of months because you know they're impacted as well the longest it's the longer it lasts The longer their bottom lines are going to be impacted As well so big thanks to everybody. Who PARTICIPATES IN OUR SUB Reddit? Those who submit stories those who vote on other stories and make sure the good steph rises to the top. We love our sub creditors Dwayne them daily Tech New Show. Dot REDDIT DOT COM. Let's check out. The mailbag leads Nick Road in about our discussion on some Xbox specs that we laid out yesterday. We all said sounds like pretty good machine. Nick said Ray. Tracing to this point in the hardcore game community has been perceived more as a joke name than a real feature because of the massive performance penalty and Microsoft's massive INFO dump on Monday about the xbox series x specs. They give digital foundry the tidbit that the GPO of the xbox series x does thirteen teraflops ray tracing performance and they demo version of gears. Five running four K. With Ray tracing over one hundred frames per second you can't directly compare teraflops numbers between different architectures but the performance shown in this demo and the fact that the mighty video. Twenty Eighty T. I only does about five teraflops of retracing performance and can't maintain sixty frames per second at four K. In any game with retracing gives me hope the rain is going to go from? Glorified Tech Demo with invidious Torino architecture to a must have feature with the next Gen of PC GPS. I can't wait to have smooth running. Ray Tracing in my games..

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"nick  road" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"nick road" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Got to covered producer. Chris list, the top things to do here in the Greek Garden State nj one five dot com. Well, the US postal service announced recently that will soon issue it's I scratch, and sniff stamps. Yes. Scratching sniff stamps finally finally has stamp. That's knows like a real bald eagle. Thank God for that. Pretty directions, right between the areas of light Nick road and liberty corner road in far hills. We'll keep an eye on that, and seventy westbound starting to bunch up Bernard, yet, looks like we have some construction on the westbound side of seventy eight between exit thirty six and exit thirty three's or slow go there twenty two don't rush. Get on that, eastbound traffic jam through we quick park in Newark, that's all because of construction and the put-in-bay extension is jammed up both directions between fourteen and fourteen. Eight also do road work. Now, eighteen northbound by George Street, New Brunswick still got an accident, which is taken out the left lane looks as though our stall, which was south in that area has been cleared away and across the Hudson. George Washington Bridge, leaving New Jersey looks good. Same thing goes for the Lincoln and Holland avoid the southbound western spur of the New Jersey turnpike. It is all jammed up because of construction, you've got to right lanes closed the eastern Spurs stead traffic every fifteen minutes. Extra sports agree image tourism. New Jersey, a one point five New Jersey traffic is made possible by the Somerset patriots baseball, the premier family and community destination at TD Bank ballpark in Bridgewater. Join them for a great season of professional baseball..

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