35 Burst results for "Nineteen Four"

No More Ransom Saves Almost €1 Billion in Ransomware Payments in 5 Years

Cyber Security Headlines

01:51 min | 1 year ago

No More Ransom Saves Almost €1 Billion in Ransomware Payments in 5 Years

"No more ransom project. Five years in the project was launched in two thousand sixteen as a public private partnership between european law enforcement and security industry leaders mcafee and kaspersky five years into the project now boast one hundred seventy members and claims to have helped six million ransomware victims saving over one billion euros in ransom payments. The project currently offers one hundred and twenty-one free tools able to decrypt one hundred and fifty one ransomware families with a crypto. Sheriff tool that attempts to match uploaded encrypted files to match descriptors. Google cloud commits to api's whether consumer products or commercial api's google has obtained a reputation for abruptly killing services to combat. This image as an enterprise vendor. The company announced. It will now designate a subset of. Api's across the company as google enterprise. Api's which will be subject to strict guidelines about how any change to them would impact consumer software built around them. This will include api's from google workplace. Google maps and a majority of google cloud according to google cloud. Vp kripa christian. The program is built on the principle that no feature may be removed or changed in a way that is backwards incompatible for as long as customers are actively using it. What's app. Ceo details twenty nineteen pegasus spyware attack. Ceo will cathcart said that the recently disclosed list of phone numbers allegedly targeted for spyware by nso. Group clients mirrored a similar incident. Whatsapp defended against in twenty nineteen back. Then the platform found pegasus. Spyware used to target fourteen hundred. What's app users including senior government officials journalists and human rights activists over a two week period. What's that brought a lawsuit against. Nso group in two thousand nineteen four the attack. That is still ongoing. The underlying facts in the case are not in dispute rather if nso or its sovereign customers are to blame for the use of its spyware

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Jazz beat Kings 128-112, extend home winning streak to 24

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Jazz beat Kings 128-112, extend home winning streak to 24

"The jazz extended their team record home winning streak to twenty four games is Donovan Mitchell scored fourteen of his season high forty two points in the fourth quarter of their one twenty eight one twelve decision over the kings Mitchell tallied is eighteen thirty point games this season his ability to penetrate the lane on almost every possession powered at nineteen four run in the fourth quarter Mitchell scored forty one thirty seven and forty two points in his last three games Mike Conley had twenty six points and Joe Ingles added twenty for you time the R. five scored thirty points and Rashaan homes at twenty five to lead the kings who have lost six in a row I'm the ferry

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The Functional Medicine Approach To Oral Health with Dr. Todd LePine

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:18 min | 1 year ago

The Functional Medicine Approach To Oral Health with Dr. Todd LePine

"People who go to medical school. We don't really learn much about the mouth gum disease or you can have sores in your mouth and we a few things here and there. But it's just amazing. How much of a vacuum and our education or health is but in the turns out it's been linked to everything from alzheimer's to heart disease to cancer and to autoimmune diseases and on and on and on and the question is you know what is going on with abs the connection between our oral health and overall so take us down that pathway. Then we'll talk about you know. Basically how to address dental health a functional medicine perspective. Yeah so mark Just a just a little bit of background. Probably have mentioned this before. But i come from family of dentists so my grandfather was a dentist. He went to the university of maryland in the late eighteen. Hundreds my father went to university of maryland. Nineteen four days. My brother went to u. penn dental school and then his two sons are dentists and my two sisters are dental hygiene. So this is a topic. That's near and dear to me. And i'm sure the black sheep of the family and we know that in functional medicine the gut is sort of where everything starts and it can either lead you down the path of health or can lead you down the path of disease and the beginning of the gut the mouth so as you mentioned you know in in medical school. We didn't learn anything about them out. That was like for the dentist. We'll just ignore that and the dentist just basically stay them out and they don't really realize that there's a whole body connected mild or some of the dentist don't and this is where i think. A lot of even functional medicine physicians and dentists really miss a connection. So unless you're working with a a holistic Smart dentist or a functional medicine doctor. Who's aware of the connection between on the mouth in the gut ends systemic the yoon system You're going to be missing a lot of things and and as you mentioned before You know there are a host of conditions including premature birth obesity diabetes cardiovascular disease rheumatoid arthritis inflammatory bowel disease and even dementia that are directly connected to poor or health.

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"nineteen four" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"We should definitely look at that. Can you give us a high level overview of of life after bp. And what you've been doing in the last couple of years with your real estate investing journey. Yeah sure so. When i left bigger pockets. I got a job for stitch fix and nothing against bigger pockets. They they company stitch stay have always had a remote engineering team. And i've always wanted to travel and just have more flexibility. So that was the main impetus relieving. So i was dating someone. We ended up moving into his grandma's house and being able to live like basically rent free. Which is really nice. So i was again being able to save a lot of money and then in two thousand nineteen four stitch fix. I went to london on assignment and they were paying for my housing there which was great and so i was again able to save more money and then when my time in london was coming to an i kind of like. I don't wanna go back to iowa. I wanna i wanna listen more else and so while i was still in london. I just decided that. I wanted to move to nashville. Having never been to nashville before. And so again i just like found a house and bought it sight unseen other than just like a facetime showing and it had a separate unit basement apartment so it wasn't like a legitimate duplex. There had been like a handicapped guy that was living in the house with his white caretakers and they had turned the basement and so like its own little unit And so. When i moved to nashville i lived in that basement apartment and then rented out the bedrooms upstairs to cover the mortgage. So that's the fifth property. It sounds that there's two more sandwiched between the one you described earlier. So so you're you're in a situation currently where you own seven properties and those are spread across iowa iowa tennessee and then The six property that i bought was in august of twenty twenty..

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Jokic scores 41, Nuggets beat Trail Blazers 111-106

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Jokic scores 41, Nuggets beat Trail Blazers 111-106

"Jamal Murray celebrated his birthday with nineteen fourth quarter points as Denver fought off the trail Blazers one eleven one oh six Murray finished with twenty four with the nuggets were led as usual by Nicole you'll catch who was game high with forty one the game was tied midway through the fourth quarter when the nuggets came through with an eleven to two spurred good for a one oh one ninety two advantage with two oh three to go Damian Lillard scored a team high twenty five for Portland which has lost three in a row Bruce Morton Denver

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Mysterious Tourist Resort Deaths

Unexplained Mysteries

05:18 min | 1 year ago

Mysterious Tourist Resort Deaths

"The dominican republic is a jewel floating in the caribbean visitors to the island. Come looking for paradise in its verdant rainforests and white sand beaches more often than not they find it and then they tell their friends. Tourism is a massive industry in the dominican republic. In fact around twenty percent of the nation's gross domestic product comes from foreign visitors though the population numbers just ten million people dominicans. Welcome more than six million vacationers every year. Almost half of them come from the united states in two thousand eighteen. A disturbing trend began among the tourists. One that would go unnoticed for almost a year. Someone or something was killing them in june that year a fifty one year old. Pennsylvania resident named yvette monet export on her first vacation in years. Yvette was excited to finally relax at the luxurious by principal resort in punta cana. Little did she know it would be her final holiday. One evening event in her fiance had a drink from their room's minibar before going to bed in the middle of the night her partner hurting gurgling sound thinking nothing of it he turned over and went back to sleep but when he woke he that was dead. Yvette was just the first in a string of tragedies. The following month of forty five year old man named david harrison traveled to the dominican with his wife. Dawn they state at a different resort. But like yvette. David seemingly had a target on his back one day. He returned from snorkeling saying he felt unwell after he dawn fell asleep. The unthinkable happened. David woke in a cold sweat. Unable to move his wife tried to get help but it was too late. David had suffered a heart attack which caused his lungs to fill with fluids. I condition known as pulmonary dima. He didn't survive as two thousand. Eighteen ended it. Seemed like yvette. And david were to random fatalities but in early two thousand nineteen four. More people died seventy eight year old jerry current in january thirty one year old tracy jerome gesture junior in march and sixty five year old john corcoran and sixty seven year. Old robert wallace. In april each of these tragedies were reported to the authorities but no one made any connection between them until forty one year old miranda shop werner on may twenty fifth two thousand nineteen miranda arrived at the bahia principe bougainville resort with her husband. Dan the getaway was to celebrate their ninth wedding anniversary. They hadn't been in their room. Long maranda took a drink from the mini bar. But after her first sip she suddenly convulsed she cried out for her husband and fell backwards onto the bed where she writhed in agony before passing out. Dan swiftly called the paramedics. Dan himself was a doctor. So he searched for miranda's polls he could barely feel it. He administered cpr until the emt's arrived. But neither he nor the medics could revive her. Miranda was declared dead on the scene the victim of a heart attack though miranda did have a history of cardiac issues. Her relatives back in pennsylvania had doubts as to whether they had killed her and their suspicion grew when they learned she had taken a drink from the mini bar right before collapsing. They took it as evidence that something else was a foot in just five days later it seemed they were proven right on may thirtieth at the bahia principe romana hotel staff entered a room to clean. They found two guests lying on the floor unresponsive. The housekeepers rushed to get help but it was too late. The couple was already long dead. The resort identified the bodies as sixty three year. Old edward homes and forty nine year old. Cynthia day of maryland. The pair had been scheduled to check out earlier that day. An autopsy revealed they had eerily died from the same cause as david harrison pulmonary dima. All three were cardiac related deaths in which fluid filled their lungs. But in edward and cynthia's case no one called for help. If their hearts gave out at different times one of them should have been able to dial reception but there was no call indicating the two people suffered identical heart attacks at the exact same moment with three dead guests in under a week. The bahia principe chain realized they needed to get ahead of the press. The hotel company released a statement stressing that they were doing everything they could to help the families of the deceased and they would cooperate with local authorities to determine if there was any link between their deaths

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Sudakshina Bhattacharjee, content marketer, on expanding your career options

Journalism.co.uk podcast

07:00 min | 1 year ago

Sudakshina Bhattacharjee, content marketer, on expanding your career options

"Welcomed journalism. Dakota uk podcast. What's the working situation like for you at the moment. Thank you jacob. Gatty here so i'm constantly. I'm a content marketer and i been self employed since september of last year and working from home working with a couple of kinds b. to b. kinds made in the. It effect and engineering metro effect is at the moment someday of technical writing for these companies. And it's been interesting very busy. Busy is the optimum word like at the moment how is how is work been throughout covert. What has been all right actually for me personally. I was working till may In a content marketer inviting and then made furloughed as of may until august and then made redundant september. But then i thought no this was. I saw way. The market's governing projects of more available as opposed to long-term jobs contracts and we will working from home. We have been in and out of lockdown for so long. So it's been like okay now. I can get used to working from home. I don't mind it at half. I'm not too fast. For having extent job. I could brave it. Go south employed start my own business and taking that i had some times already contacts in the industry. Anyway who happy to hire me. Which helped they took. I spread the word on link chain. They're like yeah he had stupid. Let's get on been busy since he hasn't stopped. It'd be more busy than i have. Been awhile loss. Roster lots for us to dig in as we continue this conversation about the ever diversifying skill set of digital journalists and and and general digital writers Let's let's be honest. You're kind of an interesting example here. Qena you're qualified. Journalists turned commercial right of some eighteen years. Tell me what. Why did you make that decision to switch say. Didn't come obvious to me. It didn't come easy and not to come quickly either. So i wanted to be a journalist. I wanted to work with the papers and the tv actually When i graduate. 'cause i graduated new media media to specifically digital journalist And i was very to go in in the mainstream media but but my university professors they were all. They warned us all that. The industry's changing jobs in mainstream media. Aunt that freely available at even if they are the conditions aren't that great And probably not even permanent or in a long term situation and digital in the meantime the internet is exploding expanding and we were a skills are writing skills are being hired to work for websites and blogs and things like seo was a new thing that was coming the kospi suspect in two thousand five indeed. When i graduated. Then i i'll just did. Beggar picked up day jobs. I was councilman. No connections i worked in a bank for a while and things in the meantime freelancing decide biting for certain websites writing articles here there not really picking up on anything food time. John nissim. ben. I'd want to do something with this. Become really passionate about meeting loved writing at the infrastructure teaching. I taught journalism and catholic colleges for seven years. Most of my students have not gone into a wet can mainstream media but indicated that more technical side of things brave and some of them have gone on to become content marketers and following my footsteps instead of nineteen four immediate for the public at nah. You're basically writing for businesses than that specific target audiences but you do have your similar skill. Set amvest dotted doing that. Foam night twenty thirteen. I went into content marketing full time. Because i saw that perks pay was good a and i get to use my skill set to do what i wanted to do. And i and also create a nice things that blogs and videos in podcasts and things do all those things but it's just a commercial twist does not for the public interest Okay so let's what i really want you to do for me. Qena is blow open. This term content marketing and really demystify. Where where where. Where can we stop. Search content marketing recent phenomenon. It's recent it's a discipline and it's branched out from digital. Marketing is similar to news making in lot of ways. It's just that the purpose is different so in news when we constructing both construct so under constructing creating a piece of content or creating a piece of news we are constructing something we ought telling a story and we are trying to sell this story to people the away deferred with news which find to tell a story to make people aware of some incident on something that's factual that's really happened. And it's in the public interest them to know what the news piece is about but in the piece of content. What we're doing is we are informing people and not just consult people at large but take your audience. But we're trying to tell the look you have a problem. His product or a solution. Seth is that can meet. That problem. solved that problem for you. And why did you try out. Why didn't you consider it. You know. I mean not forcing them to buy the product. We're not being fails the tool. We're just telling the consider the i'd sing problems. Pain points because marketing types paint points. And then they could. Oh this is interesting. Then they are hooked than they want to know more about it maybe be video. Maybe info graphic. Maybe another block post. You know maybe a white paper be people. Don't want to be advertised at. Don't wanna story they want to be. They want to be engaged. And when you do that you've engaged them. You got the interest when you've caught the interest you can then okay. You're not interested in. Why don't you consider talking to my colleagues in sales and they will then take you through and you pass it to the sales team you take on yourself. If you think that you can sell it it depends on the product rating service but The angle in content marketing is purely commercial. That's something that you've got to bury.

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What to expect from the media and streaming world at CES 2021

The 3:59

06:03 min | 1 year ago

What to expect from the media and streaming world at CES 2021

"Wonder woman nine hundred. Four headaches bill max at the same time as theaters on christmas day big change the status quo streaming. We'll hear more about the seismic shift to see us. So let's break down what we expect. Roger chang and this is your daily charge with me to discuss this. Is our media expert johnson. Welcome joan tyrod. So what are you expecting a from this very special very remote and virtual ceus very special. Cs indeed media has always had a big presence at cbs. It's kind of felt like a satellite separate. See us in a way. There'd be this huge confab media. Movers and shakers they all sort of congregate at the area. So it's sep. It's physically separate from from where the show floors are and it felt kind of like its own conference in and of itself. It's grown over the years but of course like everything else would see this year. It's going to be completely different. Virtual and a lot of the reason that people go meet people media marketing go to see us is because it gives you that opportunity at the beginning of the year. Everyone's going to be there. You can have meetings. You can try to broker the deals that you haven't been able didn't weren't able to get to get to blast year you can start strategizing stuff for the next year and so because we're not physically the same place and none of that's going to happen. We are gonna have is still going to have some media executives coming to see talking on panels. There's going to be an attempt at recreating a party. Virtually we'll see how that goes. But the main highlight the big person that's going to be talking is going to be an sarnoff who is essentially the head of warner brothers. Studios and warner brothers is of course the studio that made a lot of people in hollywood go postal for their planned to release all their movies on. Hbo max over this year yeah. Let's let's talk about that one woman. Nineteen eighty four. It was a big coup for consumers who already had. Hbo match what they figured out that they had hbo. Max the able to stream it right away and christmas day but it didn't it. Obviously we talked about this earlier. It definitely annoyed angered a number of folks in hollywood. I'm curious if you think we're going to get any more feedback or any more commentary around that from radio. That's certainly what people are most interested in hearing since wonder woman nineteen four was released this way Basically it was the first sitting of this hybrid the so called hybrid strategy of releasing warner brothers. New movies online and in theaters at the same time for a month. And then those movies come off of. Hbo max and from all indications it the strategy did really really well for wonder woman you know it had sixteen point seven million at the us box office. Its first weekend which is the best that any film has done. Post pandemic in the us by far Of course it's it's a fraction of what would happen in normal times with these are normal times and so that's why that's why it's also it also was on. Hbo maxine hbo's max's traffic. You know we don't have a lot of data to go out about how popular it was. Hbo max has said that viewing hours. The day that one woman nineteen eighty-four was released on max tripled compared to a typical day. The pre the previous month so by all indications this strategies first attempt was successful. What we don't know is whether or not the initial rancour from hollywood insiders about this plan whether that success has placated anger. Or if warner brothers is going to need to make changes to placate some of those hollywood movers and shakers so that it doesn't completely shred it's relationships with big name directors with stars. That are that are disappointed in how things going on. I don't know if they're actually going to talk about that. But that's certainly what people want to know. Yeah there's clearly love anticipation for that. I magic actually. The the media side of us would somewhat benefit from the remote nature of the show because the show is traditionally have been all about big gadgets. Tv's appliances things that you want to physically be at the show for two to touch and to get hands on time with with media a lot of it is is discussing about what's going dentistry showing off trailers stuff that you don't actually physically need to be there for. Do you think that that that aspect of it might i guess. Bolster the media's role in this year now even s every other time see. cs has been a physical event. People that go to the media focused element of they. Don't even go to the show floor. Like i don't know how many times i've talked to people at what zona see space which is kind of the general term for the location in the area where the media focused. The stuff is happening. Anytime i asked him have actually gone to the show floor. I don't think i've ever heard anybody that said. Oh yeah yeah yeah. I checked it out. Sometimes you'll be like. Oh maybe at the end when i there's some time at the end before i fly out. I might go over there and see what's still happening but people in media. Don't go go to to try out physical gadgets and see things in person they go there to see each other in person and so the fact that this is a virtual festival just means that not. As many people have an impetus to participate. Because most of the impetus is to go there and see people and interact with them. Yeah and get get deals.

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You can no longer play Fortnite on your iOS and Android device

This Week in Tech

03:19 min | 2 years ago

You can no longer play Fortnite on your iOS and Android device

"Clearly was itching for a fight. And decided to take this time. To modify the in-app purchases on its at both on Ios? android. In order to get. Pulled down on boasts. At, which point they re released a video that oddly they had just ready to hand. Called Nineteen eighty-four tonight. That may remind you a little bit of a video. That, we saw in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four. People sitting watching a giant screen, a young woman with well, it's not a sledgehammer. Actually it's a Unicorn Hobbyhorse. And she's running away from the police she arrives and tosses it. Through the screen. which smashes? And then epic Games has defied. The APP store monopoly in retaliation apple is blocking folk night from one billion devices. Join the fight to stop twenty twenty. From being nine, thousand, nine, hundred, nineteen, four Hash Tag free fortnight they were ready. They also went to court sought a an injunction. They the same thing to google they didn't have video ready for Koogle I know I don't know maybe they thought Google wouldn't pay attention. You may remember the Tim Sweeney of epic didn't put fortnight on the Google play store at first saying you should side load it because we don't WanNa pay the thirty percent eventually they gave in. Mike is their legal merit. In what epic is doing? Will they prevail in court or can they? It's a big hill to climb that doesn't mean they. Know they won't win they might But if I were taking odds on whether or not epic would prevail I would say they are unlikely to prevail though I was impressed. Not only did they have that one, thousand, nine, hundred video they actually reference nineteen eighty-four in the complaint so that their marketing or you Go It's a sixty page playing I don't think they wrote that overnight? No, no, no no they had but it's an impressive not only do the have already but that they had worked out with the marketing this whole framing well, wait a minute. That's not though I think that's part of it in a way that that I think if I'm the judge. That's going to taint this a little bit because it's so clear that they kind of set this whole thing up that they prepared for months for this moment. And I mean part of the the The thing that's interesting about that I guess is that if you look at it from Apple's perspective, they were going to be in trouble no matter which decision they made right if they sort of let fortnight get away with this and everybody else would be complaining that Oh you know they're giving sort of special treatment to fortnight and then of course. When. They say well, fortnight is violating the rule. So therefore, we're going to, we're GONNA pull them from the store. Then they have all these other issues. So no matter which way it was going to go like apple you know didn't have any good choices and I guess Google who's picking size and decided they were gonNA realizing that if apple loses they're going to be in trouble too.

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UFC Vegas: Tyron Woodley vs. Gilbert Burns

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

UFC Vegas: Tyron Woodley vs. Gilbert Burns

"Tonight is UFC fight night however instead of like the past few Saturday nights with the octagon and empty arena was in Jacksonville tonight competitors will be at the apex facility in Las Vegas thirty eight year old Tyron Woodley who is nineteen four and one in his MMA career will fight Gilbert burns who has just three UFC losses compared to eleven wins that'll be the main event now Woodley is considered one of the greatest welterweights of all time but he hasn't won a single round of an MMA fight in over twenty

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How did BC successfully flatten the curve?

The Big Story

05:24 min | 2 years ago

How did BC successfully flatten the curve?

"Columbia and Ontario where the two provinces had I by Kofi Nineteen. They recorded their first cases just a day apart back at the end of January and BC. In fact was the first place but evidence was found of the virus spreading in the community that was march fifth at looked like BC might have just as much trouble as Ontario at that point. But it hasn't since then. British Columbia has been a model of how to control a pandemic and in the past couple of weeks. The province seems to have successfully flattened the curve and in the process. It has made a star out of its provincial health officer as of Monday British Columbia had less than two thousand cases of cove in nineteen four comparison Ontario had more than fourteen thousand and Quebec was closing in on twenty five thousand. Yes the Central. Canadian provinces are two and three times the size of BC but those numbers are much lower than the population would suggest what happened and British Columbia that didn't happen and Ontario and Quebec. What can other provinces learn from? Bc's approach how much of this was preparation. How much was response? How much was luck and will it stay that way because the curve flat for good and BC or is a new spike? Bending it back up right now. We'll ask somebody who's been covering the provincial government and public health response every day during this crisis the soon as Claire takes us around the whole country for everything you need to know about this virus today. Worldwide the number of Kovic nineteen cases has now topped three million. The head of the World Health Organization says though some places are starting to ease restrictions. The pandemic is far from her and they're still a lot of work to be done. The organization is mainly concerned about trends in Africa Eastern Europe Latin America and some Asian countries. Here at Home Quebec Ontario. Have both released plans for easing restrictions around Cova Nineteen in Quebec elementary schools and daycares? We'll start reopening mid-may while high schools colleges and universities will not reopen until late August in Ontario. Three stage process was announced at will start with reopening select workplaces and allowing small gatherings stage. Two will involve opening more workplaces and outdoor spaces and allow some larger gatherings and the final stage would be to open all workplaces and allow pretty much all public gatherings each of these stages will last between two to four weeks. And it's not known yet when this will all start that all depends on when the province sees a steady decrease in the number of cases. Prince Edward Island is expected to release a plan as well this week on Monday. The province had reported no new cases for twelve straight days as of Monday evening. Forty eight thousand five hundred cases of Cova Nineteen in Canada with two thousand eight hundred and seventeen deaths. I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story we used is the legislative reporter for news. Eleven thirty which is a Vancouver radio station but she is based in Victoria at the legislature. I Lisa Hi and not at the legislature right now working out of my my living room in my bedroom. Yes well these are the Times. There's windows here. There is a windows at the legislature. Where I work. So that's a big upside for me. Well why don't you I for those of US outside the province? Can you explain how he's doing? And where the experts think. You guys are in terms of flattening the curve. All we hear about outside of the provinces praise right now well I think is had a few things that have made life a little better for us. Though we've still had one hundred people die and I think any amount of death is not is not ideal so we started early. I I think there was a few things that helped us out. People seem to have bought into the restrictions that we've had here we started because we had our case. I case early we also had Washington state to our South King County. There in the Seattle area was really hard. Hit at a care home. So those numbers skyrocket quickly which I think raised the alarm and we have the benefit of having a provincial health officer who has been on the front lines the situations like this before Dr Buddy. Henry was part of the SARS response in Toronto. She worked for the WHO. She was in the front lines of battling Bulla in Africa so she has a lot of experience which I think has held this province in a very solid position in the way that she's approach this but there was also some things that aided vc that you would just put down to luck. We had a later Spring break plan for students here which allowed our province to learn from the tragedies of other provinces and other places where the spring breaks were earlier so travelers went abroad and brought cove in nineteen home before we knew what a disaster it was going to become right so our curve your has eased our peak was at the end of March. There was one day that we had on the weekend there. Twenty Eighth March Ninety two cases and then a couple of days later seventy cases and then we've slowly been coming down from. There

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Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

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Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

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Coronavirus relief pushing US deficits to staggering heights

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus relief pushing US deficits to staggering heights

"Apple the Congressional and Budget Google Office have is outlined projecting new privacy that deficits protections will grow for smartphone to three point seven apps trillion to help warn dollars people this of possible year largely exposure fueled she would cope by with the nineteen four patient corona virus the relief two tech packages giants announced earlier with six this month months they're left working in the together current fiscal on year an app building the bills interface will pile more than to two help trillion help agency dollars sent alerts on to the to twenty people four who point spent six more trillion than five dollar minutes national near someone debt who the report wound up predicts testing a positive devastating for hit cove to in the nineteen economy this quarter the apps at an would annualized work on apple rate of and decline android to forty phones percent using for Bluetooth the entire wireless year beacons the economy is to predicted detect the proximity to shrink of by nearby five point phones six percent without revealing the director any of one's the Congressional identity Budget Office or warns location that there's and enormous would only uncertainty be stored in the projections on the device but since apple it's and plain Google the are economic also building shock an interface is unlike into anything their mobile seen operating since systems the Great Depression that will allow users Jackie to turn Quinn the tracking Washington on when they're out in public but off again once they've returned home I'm Jackie Quinn

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Coronavirus relief pushing US deficits to staggering heights

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus relief pushing US deficits to staggering heights

"Apple the Congressional and Budget Google Office have is outlined projecting new privacy that deficits protections will grow for smartphone to three point seven apps trillion to help warn dollars people this of possible year largely exposure fueled she would cope by with the nineteen four patient corona virus the relief two tech packages giants announced earlier with six this month months they're left working in the together current fiscal on year an app building the bills interface will pile more than to two help trillion help agency dollars sent alerts on to the to twenty people four who point spent six more trillion than five dollar minutes national near someone debt who the report wound up predicts testing a positive devastating for hit cove to in the nineteen economy this quarter the apps at an would annualized work on apple rate of and decline android to forty phones percent using for Bluetooth the entire wireless year beacons the economy is to predicted detect the proximity to shrink of by nearby five point phones six percent without revealing the director any of one's the Congressional identity Budget Office or warns location that there's and enormous would only uncertainty be stored in the projections on the device but since apple it's and plain Google the are economic also building shock an interface is unlike into anything their mobile seen operating since systems the Great Depression that will allow users Jackie to turn Quinn the tracking Washington on when they're out in public but off again once they've returned home I'm Jackie Quinn

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Coronavirus relief pushing US deficits to staggering heights

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus relief pushing US deficits to staggering heights

"Apple the Congressional and Budget Google Office have is outlined projecting new privacy that deficits protections will grow for smartphone to three point seven apps trillion to help warn dollars people this of possible year largely exposure fueled she would cope by with the nineteen four patient corona virus the relief two tech packages giants announced earlier with six this month months they're left working in the together current fiscal on year an app building the bills interface will pile more than to two help trillion help agency dollars sent alerts on to the to twenty people four who point spent six more trillion than five dollar minutes national near someone debt who the report wound up predicts testing a positive devastating for hit cove to in the nineteen economy this quarter the apps at an would annualized work on apple rate of and decline android to forty phones percent using for Bluetooth the entire wireless year beacons the economy is to predicted detect the proximity to shrink of by nearby five point phones six percent without revealing the director any of one's the Congressional identity Budget Office or warns location that there's and enormous would only uncertainty be stored in the projections on the device but since apple it's and plain Google the are economic also building shock an interface is unlike into anything their mobile seen operating since systems the Great Depression that will allow users Jackie to turn Quinn the tracking Washington on when they're out in public but off again once they've returned home I'm

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Revisiting the Archive: Shirley Willer

Making Gay History

05:54 min | 2 years ago

Revisiting the Archive: Shirley Willer

"And at that time was considered criminal. Thanked I remember being picked up by the front of my shirt back and forth by a policeman because I was on the streets at eleven o'clock in a head on slacks women's slacks and sports shirt policemen policemen. I was walking down the street trying to find a gay bar that I'd heard of women on and women's slacks but obviously made us Taylor as possible trailer clothing. Means what Brooks present. Now that I'm not talking about a man I'm talking about a woman's I had massive muscles here Made rebuild the top here. They costs fortune. I think cost me all one hundred twenty dollars to have tailored the policemen say anything that would he was hitting you too and he called me. Names Dan Pervert you acquire Uso me and so forth and you couldn't call the police. Could you didn't call. The police was a policeman but in fact I finally did find the bar and I'm not sure but what might still be. There was a seven seas where this the first bar you went to. So you got you got slapped around the first time you're on your way salmon and we're doing bar stupid question here. Was that frightening and was frightened. I was angry. Why were you had no right to do that to me? And that's been my attitude on. I might have done right you. How did you find the bars? How did you know about this all started out as most people do thinking I was the only one then? I realized there had to be more out. There wouldn't be any kind of books and it wouldn't be any definition but of course I didn't know how to war ended always Cormon came back. These nurses Miller came back in the navy and the army and then of course when they were working in the hospital we met each other and most of them were pretty flaming Queens. When you say these guys were flaming. Can you describe for me? What what that means. They will call it being extremely swish. The mannerisms were very limp-wristed. Even at work they would emphasize terminent characteristics. Thank goodness city. Hospital was simply didn't seem to pay much attention to it. They did the right to do the job right. That's all that matters at that time. Big Events in Chicago with the Halloween balls era gun Huge ballrooms one on the north side. When southside every Halloween all bars were off and everybody went in cost and all of us would get Tuxedos and over all the women and dressing are bushiest silos and we all go to balls The air gun was on the north side of Chan. Southside these particular big events where again run by the Mafia and We'd hired them scenes. You see and get a police escort through the crowds in order to get inside and one year gay people one year that people could be gay and it was the only visible sign that they're literally were thousands and thousands of gay people in the city. Where was the first time you went to this? And the nineteen forties was short short. We have to gotTA service because I remember. They dressed me how address you enter. Tuxedo and tied my and put makeup on me. I never worn makeup in my life wore dresses. When did you become aware that there was any kind of organized? There wasn't much unorganized organized movement The Oni organized group that I could find out about was one which was more literary and this is already by nineteen fifty early nineteen fifties and ten so what happened during the during the nineteen four. Then it was pretty much on our own volition that we would so many young women that were being thrown out of their homes so we started our own little informal groups and we take in all the kids. I take it out in the street and we would he pushing them to stop trying to hide it. be themselves. I believe that you should stand up becomes dangerous for most people. It's always dangerous for anyone who doesn't have any money in the bank. We weren't many of them endangered. Losing their jobs depend on the job. They would take no majority of wouldn't take jobs where they were endangered. They would go for the Dirty jobs rough jobs running elevator. I remember one in particular very bright girl but the only governor she could get was running an elevator because she wouldn't wear threats so are we didn't call ourselves any particular group.

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Illinois - Chicago jail reports coronavirus outbreak among staff, inmates

The Savage Nation with Michael Savage

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Illinois - Chicago jail reports coronavirus outbreak among staff, inmates

"The coronavirus infection rate behind bars at the cook county jail in Chicago is staggering correspondent Erica hill explains inmates and staff alike have contracted cove in nineteen four hundred positive cases two hundred fifty one of those are detainees we know that at least one detainee has died twenty two are hospitalized and there's been a lot of concerns about jails and prisons around the country the cook County Board president saying the jails in their words are like huge

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Cruise passengers to be flown home without quarantine, despite concerns

WBZ Afternoon News

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Cruise passengers to be flown home without quarantine, despite concerns

"More than a thousand cruise ship passengers planning to begin flying home from Florida today two ships folly were allowed to dock yesterday the Van Dam of the Rotterdam were held at sea because at least nine passengers are tested positive for culvert nineteen four others died all passengers being screened before they go into the airport health officials escorting them from the tarmac on two chartered

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"nineteen four" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"nineteen four" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You should be able find is came up on my phone just go through I'm just gonna hit some really high once hurricanes were being told all the time right hurricanes because of man made catastrophic global warming hurricanes are on the rise. up with you go always back. the eighteen hundreds. hurricanes are not on the rise in fact the highest your hurricanes was in the nineteen four decade of the nineteen forty so that is our hurricanes major hurricanes hitting landfall United States then you look at her cane strikes in the United States versus the atmosphere carbon dioxide in fact the if you look at the bar graph is the inverse relation is CO two is gone up. strikes in the United States has gone down then you look at stronger violent tornadoes which are F. threes are higher in the US from nineteen fifty four to two thousand eighteen where's the trend line. going down then you look at forest fires areas burn from nineteen twenty six the two thousand seventeen back in the first half of the century we were burning up. forced immensely it's dropped down it is now going up while a tad but we are still one fifth of the record one fifth of the record then we're told the heat waves right Gerry Jeff you know we're dying heat way about rising sea levels nothing on that. the date on sea levels is that the rise is within normal a range of throughout the the centuries but heat waves heat wave of number of heat wave events and what not ended the indices is basically remain static until except for the nineteen thirties remember the dust bowl years nineteen thirties. then we let you know in in in the summer of nineteen thirty six and I'll let you finish here just because we got to get to another segment bright in nineteen thirty six in Cincinnati. there were. ninety something days almost ninety days of ninety degrees or more nineteen thirty six now we're we're was that were with me and make catastrophic global warming there last year there last year was a high you're there about sixty four days over ninety but ninety something is the record in line was nineteen thirty six. if you look at the listing of.

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"nineteen four" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:25 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on KCRW

"The San Fernando Valley the mid eighties you're listening to morning edition on KCRW it's morning edition from NPR news I'm David green in Culver city California and I'm no well king in Washington DC at some point you have probably answered your phone and heard something like this hi this is Josh from the customer service department can you hear me OK contact us concerning your eligibility for lowering your interest rate you free medical alert system there were almost fifty billion robo calls last year but we may finally be getting some relief the twelve biggest telephone companies have all pledged to implement a new technology that can spot and block robo calls Josh Stein is one of fifty one attorneys general who brokered that agreement with the phone companies that's every Attorney General from every state and Washington DC just sign is on the line now good morning Sir well good morning I just want to be clear I was not the Josh from that telemarketing rebel call you so you say no listen you spearheaded the coalition to get this done so congratulations what is this so what is this new technology well to be clear about that a single technology but it's a series of technology the main one is a call blocking technology which the telephone companies can implement at the network level meaning that it happens before the call comes to you it's nothing you have to do but through their use of algorithms they can actually figure out what spiking calls are illegal rebel call them what are just the normal traffic that come through their systems and so it will automatically screen out most of these illegal calls but there's more technology than that they they have technology for people who want to screen out even more calls they can label or block other goals there's technology so that you know when you get a phone call and it looks like it comes from down the street code your prefix they can make sure that that number actually comes from the number that's doing this the call will be too when will this be implemented when can I start answering my cell phone again well I wish I could tell you it will be tomorrow which tomorrow they'll be no more rebel calls but it's not gonna be that simple some of the phone companies are doing some of the principles that we got them to agree to their eight principles at all some of them have to do with preventing calls coming in some have to do with aiding state attorneys general and other regulators to enforce the law what we need to effectively and robo calls is all carriers have to do all of these things and that's what we're trying to do is lift the entire industries performance to a higher level and then through cooperation with the private sector and and law enforcement we can put a dent in these robo calls there's been other efforts to curb robo calls right there been attempted enforcement up of the state and the federal level the FCC has gotten involved know what specifically makes this different what makes it different is its comprehensiveness that there are commitments that they're making that will prevent calls coming in that call blocking at the network level the free easy to use technology that will be made available to customers the call authentication technology to know that this boot the phone isn't spoofed they're gonna actively monitor their networks those are all prevention efforts so that our phones will ring last but there will always be scammers there these are these guys are criminals they're they're smart they're creative in their greedy survey they're not gonna stop that's why we have to up our enforcement but for us to enforce the law we we have to know who is the culprit who's doing this work and a lot of what we're trying to do is is take the darkness that exists that allows this activity to go on and shine a bright light so that we can go after those perpetrators and they're putting in the technology for them to trace back the call so that they can identify who's doing it is getting better every day and then they're gonna share that information with us so we can go after them Caroline Attorney General Josh Stein thanks so much Sir thank you know up in sixteen nineteen four hundred years ago the first in slaved Africans arrived in English North America taken from their west African village about twenty eventually landed in point comfort Virginia today that landing site is called Fort Monroe and it's a national monument before commemoration events this weekend Mallory no pain with member station W. V. T. F. in Richmond Virginia spend some time with the force director that is one of the most historic moments in history because when they get off that ship you know this is a new world so that this story gives Terry brown goose bumps his Fort Monroe supervisor and national park ranger slavery was a new to the colonists but is the New World for those Africans those are he's for fathers and they've been brown's Guiding Light since he came to Fort Monroe to serve as the park's superintendent three years ago in this role he has to contend with all details of the history here the fort was built in the eighteen hundreds by enslaved labor and the suite of offices where we sit now has its own past well this room is the former home of Robert E. Lee when he was young he was a young engineer here he raised his first child in this building and here we are I mean the first thing I noticed when I walked into the space is your posters you got Muhammad Ali up on the wall there's a map of Africa I I I presume you're the one who chose yeah what's up when I'm in this position I never forget that I stand on the shoulders of a lot of women and men and to walk into this home every day I need that kind of protection I have to stay strong because there's an audience out there that needs me to tell the story during the civil war the fort was controlled by the north an island of union territory in the newly seceded Virginia three enslaved men escaped to the fort rowing a small boat through the waters of the Chesapeake Bay union.

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"nineteen four" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"August sixteen nineteen four hundred years ago this month the first group of enslaved Africans was forcibly brought by British colonists to what is now the United States in history books the moment is often overlooked despite being a central to our country's history as the declaration of independence or the drafting of the constitution you've been telling us how slavery was taught when you were in school right HM terrible Cisco I was taught that plays a drag to feel happy they had a master because he was only Paul childish needed guidance and also the global war was about states rights doctor about whether people should be able to own cell or as he is that a human being because of the color of their skin so at the black girl growing up in Tucson it made me very angry and sad because I knew it was a lie hi this is Kathy calling from Dallas Texas in school I was taught that the civil war was originally about states rights it was more of a political action this child wanting to to see from the norm for political reasons this is Katie in Seattle at the great great great granddaughter of an abolitionist and the great great granddaughter of a union soldier I was always taught that slavery was crap are great it's been ever committed in America it was and always has been returned to the civil war no matter what anybody tries to argue I'll be forever proud that my ancestors sheltered runaway slaves and fought for the freedom of every human hi this is very women from Brighton Michigan in school I was taught this way everyone this sad chapter of our country's history that was thankfully over in my community I learned that it was an unresolved chapter still looms large and I live I wanted to believe but I had to face choose the latter the penetrating history of slavery in the United States is frequently ignored in our education system the failure to properly address its legacy continues to shape our world today this week The New York Times is aiming to correct the narrative with an expansive series of essays called the sixteen nineteen project I'm tensing of a guy and today on the take away we're looking at this anniversary through the lens of the three societal gaps at the core of our shows mission the truth got the wealth gap and the empathy gap and we start with truth what what a true reckoning with our history actually look like and why to society seem to turn away from that idea doctor even next candy is the author of the new book how to be an anti racist the director of the anti racist.

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"nineteen four" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Verdict. I you'd never get a clue from the it's, it's stone cold expression. You just don't have any idea what is going to be the McStay family. Of course, is the, the family that disappeared about nine years ago now. And the guy who is on trial for the murder of those four people, including is sixty two year old chase marriage Charles merit. And the, the whole case itself is base. Based on the fact that they had a business relationship that chase Merritt ended up killing Joseph McStay after McStay tried to cut him out of a business deal making and selling water fountains. So the, the decision was the verdict was reached I guess late Thursday, they told the judge on Friday. And here we go here in the first degree in violation of penal code, section one eighty seven a because. Dated June seven two thousand nineteen four percents. Title of court and caused verdict. We the jury above entitled action, find the defendant Jarl three merit guilty of the offensive murder in the first degree in violation of penal code, section one eighty seven a of summer McStay dated June seventh two thousand nineteen for title of court 'cause verdict the defendant, juries. I close guy down. Charles Ray Merrick is headed a little bit the offense of murder in the first degree in violation of penal code section. One eighty seven eight of Gianni McStay dated June seven two thousand nineteen four percent. Title of court and 'cause verdict. We the jury any Bob entitled action, find the defendant Charles Ray merit guilty of the offensive murder in the first degree in violation of penal code section. One eighty seven eight of Joseph McStay junior dated June seven two thousand nineteen four person titles court and costs. Converted special circumstance, multiple murder. We the jury in the above entitled action, having found the defendant, guilty of at least one count of first degree murder, and at least one additional count of first or second degree murder finding allegation that the offense is charged in count one two three and four are a special circumstance within the meaning of penal code section one ninety point to a three to be true dated June seven two thousand nineteen thousand Kherson..

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"nineteen four" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nineteen four the raptors advanced the NBA finals for the first time in franchise history. They rally from fifteen down to beat the bus one hundred ninety four route regard Kyle Lowry. We'd really good team in Milwaukee. Satisfy goes to when NBA champion championship, and, you know, we keep getting better than plugging away with twenty seven point seven teen rebounds. The raptors face the warriors in game one Thursday in Toronto. This report is sponsored by von deliver thousands of smiles with Amazon. They're hiring full-time delivery, drivers with the Boston area get competitive, pay delivering packages homes, retail locations and other delivery points. Apply at Amazon dot com slash Boston jobs. Amazon is an equal opportunity employer. I'm Joel stern. WBZ bosses radio stubborn fat opinions are flexible, don't let the facts, get in your way facts. Our job is to get the. WBZ. Boston's new. Back to the roads. Now, five forty three traffic and weather together every ten minutes. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. David any trouble spots, but we do have a couple of minor things to tell you about this report is sponsored by credit karma around the Cape, route twenty five eastbound has a crash in the breakdown lane before exit one some slight delays getting by that. But pass that it's okay to the Bourne bridge. No problems in either direction around the sack, and more bridge routes twenty four and ninety five or both doing well to win from Rhode Island and pass route four ninety five and on the way to routes one twenty eight and ninety three no problems on route three up and down the south shore. And the expressway looks good up to the north route two eastbound a disabled vehicle at the ramp to route one twenty eight northbound one Twenty-eight itself is okay. Both directions between Lexington and lynnfield, route one stewing well between Chelsea in danvers and routes three ninety three and ninety five clean shot to and from New Hampshire. Get your truly free credit scores and free credit monitoring from credit karma today. Download the credit karma app. Now credit Kara. Here's the progress. David straw, Felino WBZ traffic on the threes now for the four day, WBZ AccuWeather forecast with AccuWeather meteorologist, Heather zehr day will be turning out mostly sunny, and it's going to get quite warm. We'll have a high of eighty four though it does stay in the upper sixties and low. Seventies for the south coast, Cape and islands mild tonight, mainly clear with a low of sixty one a cooler day tomorrow, son in some clowns with highs of sixty six to seventy and then.

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"nineteen four" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"I really like it. I'll tell you a couple of problems. I have with nineteen four off the air because I I see people nodding off Lille the port the tech. So I did a Papua's is now at nineteen thousand four which is another reason I like them they really keep up today. And the only problem with that is a number of programs. Don't yet have released versions for nineteen o four. So new. Probably not anything your family, your friends are gonna rent. But for instance, there's no Docker release version for nineteen four. There's no use a racket language, which I really liked, but there's no doctor racket release for nineteen o four. So you can't it's you can't auto update them yet. But that's going to you know, that just takes a little while as they catch up. That's why it's probably not to use the latest version all too soon. But you know, I like to say you like to take a look at Papa I think you'll be very for. If I were going to get, you know, non computer literate friend Hussein just I can't use windows anymore. I would I would tell them try Papua's. It's fast to install two. They don't unlike even a boon to there's not a lot of questions, and I don't know what they're doing a blast it on. But it blasts onto the hard drive in a minute. I mean, it's the fastest install even faster than windows. Okay. Very good. I will give it a try and sorry to go off topic for my original call there. I appreciate oh. You know, I'll talk about Lennox all day. I really I I think we have to do it. We should be doing Lennox show. Honestly. But I say that every year. That would be that would be great. I think you would have a good listener base. It's so much fun. It's it's really like it used to the old days of computing, when you really, you know, you could be a geek, I really like that. Control over your. Yeah. Your operating system, it's not phoning home. That's what soured me on a boon to a little bit. But system seventy six is a really great company, and they have put a lot of effort, and they have polished this thing up, and it is amazing. Just put it on one of your old machines. The thing is I was having trouble getting on the brand new la- noble x one extreme getting any version of Lennox to run because it's a hybrid, you know, it's got a discrete graphics as well as Bilton graphics, and it just was confusing. The hell outta lyrics and tear goes just which normally does a very good job of just barbed just wouldn't install. So. Okay. Well, I will give a try you again. Leo, Jason take care. You're welcome. You too. Yeah. If you asked me about Lennox, you're going to get along answer, I'm sorry. And I also know is not mass appeal programming. Apologies. Every once in a while have to cap, Leo LaPorte, the tech, I run that crazy train Jerry great falls, Montana. Hello, jerry. Thanks lille. What can I do for you? My friend. I wanna increase the volume of my, laptops. Can I do it was a external sound card? Absolutely. So the laptop has it's own sound card Bilton, obviously all computers due, and it has whatever limits are on the sound card oftentimes the speakers in the laptop or the real limit because they don't they don't put a big speaker and a laptop it takes up too much space. So there's a couple of choices one. You know, you have probably almost all laptops, have a headphone Jack. If you have one of those you could plug that into a pair of powered speakers there. Lots of manufacturers powered speakers, my favorite is a little.

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"nineteen four" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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"nineteen four" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on Latino USA

"Hey, we're back, and we're going to pick up the conversation with feminist author and she gonna play right, Sherry Moraga. There is that thing that you know, when we look around us to the women who have raised us the grandmothers de as the mamas. There is a tremendous amount of fortitude, and you uncover that your mom has Alzheimer's late in life. And it was interesting is that what it did. Is it forced me then to consider larger questions of cultural? Ebony Shia not just private admission. But again, making the large connection what have we forgotten as letting Americans or as Mexican Americans? What have we forgotten whatever origins? Have we forgot, you know, in this process always of trying to assimilate to mainstream America. So what are some of the bigger things that you are worried that we might be a racing forgetting so. When you're talking about the nation. I mean, all of this nation will take immigrants as long as they look and talk and act like us us being mainstream America, which particularly lost is a sense of the values that have taken thousands of years to shape, no values that are like I mean, even you can even look at medical, you know, in the idea of whom Mahyco is, and you think of all the indigenous people that are in those mysterious bodies, and they've been told to be good Mexicans to forget their Indians. This is what globalization globalization is a monoculture as you have the death of species, you're having the death of native people, you're having the death of native languages, you're having the death of even Arkell tutors that are mixed. You know, it's hard to even talk about this because I feel it as visceral thing, and I think that the older one gets you have a point. View of what's been lost. Life like, I'm a progressive person. And progressive means as you look forward as you look for would you gotta look back. The last time we spoke it was twenty fifteen Hillary Clinton had announced she was running for president. And there was this whole feeling hopeful feeling around feminism. And I think I said to you in the interview. Wow, it feels like twenty fifteen is year of the woman when you look at where we are now in the United States of America twenty nineteen four years after a time when you and I thought that maybe there was a glass breaking for women. How are you feeling about women feminism in the United States? I mean after all this time of the Trump. A sense of depression at the right were I mean, it's just you know, just a deep deep almost sadness..

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"nineteen four" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"But those who are older like me remember that that Nixon hung on as long as he did because he had Spiro Agnew. He had an insurance policy in his vice president. Well, Ralph Northam is much less lucky. He doesn't have an insurance policy because Justin Fairfax is is a very intelligent able guy who would make a good governor. He is African American which would help to heal the wounds caused by this terrible incident, which is floor and all of us, by the way, who know Ralph Northam, I could not have imagined that this could have been a part of his pass. But there you go. So yeah, I think Justin Fairfax makes it easier for those who want to call on north him to step aside. It would make it easier for north to step aside. If he decides to resign because a democrat will succeed him, and it African American Joe joy have to put in a word for. I state you know, Virginia's taking a lot of Knox. And rightly so over the years, but we would be the the only state with two African American governors in our history Doug wilder from nine thousand nine hundred nineteen four and Justin Fairfax who would've ever believed. Virginia might have provided to African American governors. Yeah. And indeed there only been three in the entire country. I think we should notice. No, no that Massachusetts had the third and that's in the entire two hundred and forty year history of the country has an official entity. Let me go to you Korean because the context in which all of this is happening. The things that are built up whether it's Charlottesville, which was started as a conflagration over the statue of Robert Lee, you recently had Justin Fairfax refuse and Steph and stand down he's the head of the Senate of the state Senate and refuse to preside over it while a commemoration which is done every year for Robert E Lee he refused to participate in that. So he's made a statement on that. And then of course in Florida. You just had. I think he was secretary of state for like a day. Our secretary of state Mike Airtel had to resign after black black-faced pictures of him surface where he was mocking Katrina victims. This all of that, the you know, all of that surrounds this make it harder and harder for north them to hang on. Absolutely. I believe in RAF north of needs to resign tonight. And you're talking about two states, Florida and Virginia joy who have a dark history of racism as we as we know and it came in. It's become came in full full view, especially with Charlottesville in the fight with the Robert E Lee statues and the other white supremacy white supremacist that choose as well. But here's the thing. Joy today. We watched we watched the second prominent African American presidential candidate jump into the race on the first day of black history month days ago on Martin Luther King day. We watched the first African prominent African American jump into the presidential race in this cycle. We are in a different time. And this this is not in many ways, this isn't about politics. It's about what we saw what RAF north these pictures with Roth north them when he was twenty five years old in nineteen Eighty-four is incredibly disturbing. It's shameful. It's horrific because one of the things that I really agree with with the Virginia legislative black caucus the statement that they put out is that it is a scab. It is a reminder of the racism, the slavery. Jim crow. The this country's original sin. And that's why RAF north of cannot make it through the weekend. I do not believe that is going to happen..

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"nineteen four" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Do you think it's still worthy to be a dentist in twenty nineteen four hundred thousand dollars that or was that just a really bad mistake? What would you say that? That's a great lead him because my daughter is at AT stills, and she is going to be graduating in twenty twenty. So she is my twenty twenty vision too to the future, and she is coming out about four hundred fifty thousand dollars in debt. Tell her to her face. He's made the best damn decision. She possibly can. And I will do everything I can to make her successful in the dentistry that she does here, and and broaden the base of her knowledge. So that she can go ahead, and and treat the patients that we have in this practice. I realized these students money's relative. Okay. When you and I came out of dental school. I graduated in eighty three and most of the dentists that were coming out of dental school attack went in time. We're thirty five to fifty thousand dollars in debt. Well, the average dentist was making thirty thirty five thousand dollars a year. Okay. And these students are coming out three hundred is the latest number, but when they're going to private schools doing four hundred four hundred fifty five hundred thousand dollars in debt would at three hundred if they're making fifty thousand dollars Howard that's two years of their income. Okay. When I was in when the kids were coming out of school alongside me they were basically two years worth of income. And so like, I said, it's relative, and I'm not pooh-poohing the DEP aspect of it. You know, the the acts could fall at any point in time. Dentistry could be taken pennies on the dollar that we had into the medical model, which I'm hoping that roofs like my smiles group will in that. But I would tell my daughter she's in the best damn business that is out there and to go enjoy it and have fun. I mean, I have I been at this thirty six years, and I don't regret a day of it. I have I have a blast Dan and day out and part of that is, you know, the educational background. I had foundation at the university of Minnesota. But I have been a consummate student, and that's what I would recommend for these these kids that are coming out of school to be a consummate student and learned learned their dentistry and offer their patients wide enough platter that they can they can make ends meet, you know..

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"nineteen four" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"It was dinnertime may eighteenth nineteen four when the kidnapping took place. There were shouts heard from the kitchen, but this did not initially alarm prodecures too much to of his staff, his French chef and his German housekeeper commonly got into a lot of loud arguments, which prodecures had to break up. So after hearing all of this ruckus, he got up from his dinner. And he went to handle what he believed to be a minor skirmish between two staff members in the kitchen and his family followed behind him to see just what had set this whole thing off. He did not find the housekeeper and the chef like he expected he found men with rifles. And this really the purposes thought these men were their own hired guards. But they were not the men cut the phone lines to the house and used their gun stocks to beat the servants Ellen per Perez who was eons wife resisted these men, but was knocked to the floor and her son Cromwell Varley. Was her son from a previous marriage was beaten. The men were a group of brigands led by Ahmed L, Rossouw Lee. And he told them so announcing loudly, I am resolutely the Roslea, and this was not an unknown person. Also, I am probably butchering that name my apologies to anyone who is horrified by it resolutely was infamous in the area as a leader of a group of very active raiders resolutely had been in conflict with the Sultan of Morocco Belaziz who he challenged her power in the region pretty much as soon as he determined. The Sultan was weak resolutely directed his men to saddle horses from the perfect stable and to take Mr. Perdue Kerris in his stepson away and with a gunshot to signal their exit. He and his men set off into the night headed toward the atlas mountains away from the main road with them, and they had kidnapped and before she was dragged away in the phone line was cut the housekeeper had managed to get hold of a telephone operator and ask for help the. The housekeeper at the time though believed that the house was being robbed. She did not know at that point that a kidnapping was underway. But that telephone operator in turn called the United States consul general Samuel argue mayor to tell him that the home of an ex patriot US citizen outside of Tanveer was under attack Commere who had been in the middle of his own dinner. Immediately went to the place of nightingales to investigate. He set up a guard team to cover the house and did what he could to try to reassure the members of the household who were still there. Then he sought the counsel of his British counterpart in Morocco, sir. Arthur Nicolson, they agreed that the situation in Morocco, including the issues that had arisen after Britain and France had reached their agreement about who controlled each country had been pretty tenuous. It made sense that resolutely would make this kind of a move in the middle of all that an essence insulting the Celtics as weak and as unable to protect the wealthy foreign expatriates who were living in Morocco. Oh, Ghimire next. Telegraph the US State Department to convey, the seriousness of the situation and to request military assistance. And in a way. This was welcome news. We will explain why. Because at this point US, president Theodore Roosevelt was serving his first term, and he was campaigning for a second term so t took immediate and decisive action in the prodecures kidnapping by immediately ordering a naval squadron to Morocco..

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"nineteen four" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Two thousand nineteen four baseball along with ROY halladay. Edgar Martinez and Mike Mussina anyway, kmby are it's numbers you harbor. Kevin. Franson thank you so much for hanging out with us. No bonds, no Clemens. Once again, that's what we're discussing at the moment. I can't be tonight. Anyway, be arts and number you want to hop in on this conversation that we're having told you hit the phone calls now regarding the hall of fame. Let's start off with Mark and conquered waiting the longest Mark, you're on KABC. Our our? Hey, thanks for taking my call. Thanks for making. I listen. I listen to the the who didn't get what in today. Just can't his numbers blow away Famer Ryan's Hamburg. Why is he not in the hall of fame? And you you played for Ryan or excuse me. Ryan for me. I mean, Jeff Kent's not better than tamper. But that's just personal opinion on that one. But all around game way better than than Jeff Jeff cans offensive numbers. Ridiculous. I think by war. Jeff Katz like ten ten less nine less than than Ryan sambergen. I do believe that shouldn't like the arguments shouldn't be Ryan sambergen. You know, it should be. Why isn't he end compared to other second baseman in there? It's a bad one in my mind the argument against him. It's the argument against others in their or against, you know, just not getting in general with his numbers his numbers against other guys that are in there at other positions or better. He's better just to compare numbers. Real quick here side by.

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"nineteen four" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"How she's so far ahead of me and seeing all the nominated movies for the Screen Actors Guild awards and probably the Oscars. I am I'm winning. I'm trying to see the paper. But I just don't know where to find it. So road, I know but place now. Any places are defined now. Fernanda go see if Beale street could talk at nine in the morning. She said she was the only person in where did she see Marcus oakdale? Oh, and then she had she's like, you know, cheap gas at flea told you that. Gas on sale. I know favorite quote today is in honor of Kerry, a grantee. It's his birthday today. I don't know how old he would have been. But I began by began by acting like the person I wanted to be an eventually became that person. Oh, so. Rounds of LSD. Yes, he died on November twenty nine th nineteen eighty six. He's one person. I would have nineteen o four. So how old would he have been? Fifteen. If he was born in nineteen four day nineteen. No, no, no. I meant no day. Oh. Well, you. Math math and wieners. Hardly nurse. That's what you do. Oh. Oh. There as not alive. I know that eighty he died when he was I didn't mean this way though. Okay. So there's this new leaners? Yes. Just the way you do. There's this new show on Netflix called what is it about the Irish people? Oh, the dairy girls. Are why have you watched that Donnie? It's like it..

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"nineteen four" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Even though it's it's automatic. Does it revert to nine thousand nine hundred nineteen seventy or nineteen four I guess it is on on dos. What what is it revert to its? It's it. It's actually only like five or a little bit off that. Yeah. Okay. So it's it's it's preserving it. It's just not keeping track of it. Yeah. That's an. Yeah. That's interesting. It's interesting to the Lennox is doing a better job keeping track of time. I'm not sure why that is so. I have to say it does sound like I mean. Remember that computer year? I, you know, dog years one of these say dog years every dog one year of a dog's life is about seven times that of human life, right? So dog years or seven so a dog that's five years old thirty five in human terms. I think computer years or more like fifteen so that means you're computers. One hundred fifty five years. More than that. It's pretty old. It's it's so wouldn't be surprising. Now, did you ever you didn't overclock that ship or change the voltage or anything like that? Did you? No, no. No, okay. So you were just running the motherboard with stock. As is with the ads is chip. I you know, I can't think of it. It's interesting. It seems to me there's something going on with C moss since you pop the battery which resets it. And then put it in and worked for a little while. Yeah. And on the whole thing is that while I've been on hold with you. I had the issue happened to me earlier. And now the computers on and I don't know, obviously, it's not the power supply because EV all the fans or work. Yeah. So I have like I don't either. I don't either. I don't have any great ideas. But tell you what this is this is talk Kwa a user group of the airwaves, and I guarantee you there are people listening some of them are laughing Larry, but you live in a ghost town. You should have an old computer. But some of them are going. I know what's wrong. So let's let's give people a chance to call in eight ask Leo or mentioned it in the chat room or even go to our website, tech guy. Labs dot com. You can leave comments there. If you've got an idea what's going on with Larry's computers. That's an interesting. It may also be that just opening it up to put in the c moss battery, maybe. There's loose cables. Something happened when you open it up at work. And then it got loose again. So I would maybe open it up. Make sure all the cables are seated it could be corrosion at that age. You might want to look at the contacts on the memory, make sure that those aren't corroded you can actually get contact clean wouldn't use alcohol contact cleaner, and maybe cleaned the contacts on the video card and the memory cards that can happen over time. I don't know what else, but those are a few things look at maybe somebody else will call him with a suggestion. It's great to talk to you. Larry watch out for the ghosts. Living ghost town, isn't that wild? Just wild. Cerro Gordo an old west town it sold for one point four million dollars last summer. Of investors. And I guess they're going to turn into a resort. It's pretty cool looking. What an interesting job and to have your old, computer. Computer is literally the same age as the radio show that just gives you some idea. Eight ask.

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"nineteen four" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen four" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Files again, we'll discuss we'll tell you. Ron recently said that he felt like he was the goat after his Cavs came back from three one deficit to beat the warriors back in twenty sixteen yesterday. Lebron show more than an athlete released a clip of what he told his teammates in the locker room after game six which tied up the series. Bronze said about Golden State, quote, they aft mentally and physically I'm telling you, they eft up. We're joined once again by Chris broussard's, Chris what do you make of couldn't show the footage? Lebron was absolutely right. I agree win the team is up three one. And then the other team was the next to force the game seven. There is one of those games on your home floor where you had been all. But invincible all year, you're going to be messed up Lee when you're up three one in almost every case, you're the better team you should win the series. You want three of the first four games. And then you lose two straight, so mentally that's going to mess with you. When you look at that game seven Steph curry six for nineteen four- fourteen from three Klay Thompson six seventeen to for ten from three. These are two of the greatest shooters ever best shooting backward. I think best backward period of all time and they didn't play. Well, now, I'll give some of that credit to the Cavs defense. They play really good defense. But that same defense gave Draymond green thirty two points. He's scored thirty to thirty two fifteen and nine big. Yeah. You go. So that shows. Mentally staff. Clay, they were shook they were little messed up. So I think LeBron was right on the money with that quote. Here's the thing. When you watch that whole episode of more than an athlete sometimes the Brown with the tweets, the Instagram's and he always seems like he wants better teammates. I need more help I need more. It can come off. Like he doesn't have enough confidence in himself as the best player in the world. Like he should. But what I saw from that video not just that quote. But watching that video and you hear a lot of things around the league about LeBron's leadership positive and negative. I saw a great leader. I saw the Oltra confidence. When when they were when they were down three one after they were down for one after game four and LeBron was in the locker room, and they showed it in that video and get it. This is his company editing it and showing what they want. But the footage is still real. He was in the locker room saying, let's just get one. All we need is one don't worry about three just get one. Don't worry about like that was he I thought at that time covering that series that the Cavs and LeBron were done at that point. I thought they were shook I thought he was shook their no way they're coming back, and they know it, but he was in that locker room saying just one don't worry about three just one team self and his teammates that showed me a great leader. I thought the way handled the post game interviews is showed leadership. And that quote, I think it was right on the money. He said just what they needed to hear just what was on point. Kabbadi wanna go out wanna go, right? Don't want to go so exactly which side LeBron's mouth is. He speaking out of now because a couple of days ago, we heard that he was taking credit for pulling off this upset which made him the goat as I call him the Foget. But that's that's his case that he was making that made him the greatest ever because he pulled off this upset. But now we see that he knew he had them on the ropes after six because they were cooked, mentally and physically and need I detail again, what that team had been through it gutted it out all the way home to win seventy three games..

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