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Even Criminal Enterprises Have Reputations to Think About

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:56 min | 4 d ago

Even Criminal Enterprises Have Reputations to Think About

"Fbi says a group called dark side was behind the ransomware attack that forced colonial pipeline to shut down its operations last week. Dark side is believed to have roots in eastern europe possibly russia and is fairly new but like a lot of these ransomware groups. It's pretty pr savvy. It's got a mailing list press releases a hotline for victims. It's a topic for quality assurance where we take a second. Look at a big tech story. Brian krebs is an investigative journalist for krebs unsecurity. Then he wrote a story this week walking through a dark side negotiation with another recent victim. Who wants reassurance that if they pay the ransom the hackers will actually give them their data back and won't sell or share it with anyone during the exchange. The hacker says basically ask around well. In general ransomware groups need to maintain a reputation right and they try very hard to excel at things like customer service and they do talk about their victims as customers. Which is you know galling. But that's the way they look at it and they're they're available twenty four seven if you want to talk to him and if you if you pay them They may even give you a report on how they broke it. And what you need to do to fix your stuff. It's so weird on one hand these are seemingly some of the least trustworthy but on the other hand they're kind of asking these what unquote customer to trust them. We will do what we say. How do they build that. Trust well through a mix of coercion and threats it practical terms these contracts that they have that they come cobble together with their end zone where people they're not worth the pixels displayed on right. I mean i think a great many cases victims are kind of over a

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DK Metcalf Learns Football Speed Doesn't Equal Track Speed

The Gee and Ursula Show

01:39 min | Last week

DK Metcalf Learns Football Speed Doesn't Equal Track Speed

"The most talked about athletic feat for the weekend became Metcalf. Our second from the far right second hit of the 90 men's 100 met cops hanging with them. At the moment. It's failing even Deacon's doing a good job on the inside the siege Indochina and Mike Rogers that was close. 10 12 the winning time. Well, you gotta watch that It was really exciting. But Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf came in dead last in his first pro track and field race. But it was still amazing show and considering he ran the 100 M in 10.37 seconds, and he was asked why he would put himself through. This Was this just a PR stunt working out? I mean, just to test my speed up against the world class athletes like this? No, no, Like I said, Man just had the opportunity to come out here and warn against these guys, which is just It was just a blessing. You weren't afraid of the risk of what might happen in terms of just your profile and just your speed on the field, which we all live to see what Why were you not afraid to risk it? Because I'm a football player and athlete first man, a guy So you know, I just do things because I want to do it. So DK ended up coming in 15th out of a field of 17th in the U. S. Did you hear what that that question was like, Hey, you weren't afraid to jeopardize your profile. There's this so many of us that are held back in life because of our own insecurities and being afraid to fail. I gotta tell you, Ursula. It's okay to fail. And you know what? I love the fact that DK Metcalf put himself out there and said, You know what? I'm gonna go against the best. I love it.

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Jameson Whiskey and Cannibalism

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Jameson Whiskey and Cannibalism

"Whiskey today. Suck is soaked in whiskey. mostly jameson. Some irish whiskey a great drain for some fun times kicking back and enjoy the taste of one of the best exports. The emerald isle has to offer also popular drink in my experience for people to torture with by buying you shot after shot after shot until you're spending and puking in the parking lot talking about jameson will lead us obviously into talking about cannibalism. Yup john jameson. The founder jameson was originally a lawyer from a loa in scotland before he founded his distillery in dublin in seventeen eighty and eighteen o five. He rejoined joined by his son. John jamieson junior who took over the family business for the next forty one years junior built up the business before handing it over to his son. John jameson the third and eighteen fifty. One they were killing it by the turn of the nineteenth century. Jameson distilleries were the second largest producer in ireland of whiskey in one of the largest in the world producing a million gallons annually. Dublin at the time was the center of world whisky production. It was the second most popular spirit in the world after rum. An internationally jamison had h five became the world's number one whiskey and then almost a century later at the end of the nineteenth century. The jameson name would get tarnished a wee bit when reports came back from the congo. The john's great grandson. James s jameson. Jimmy james paid to watch a young girl be killed and eaten. Cannibalism not a great pr moment. Hard to build a successful ad campaign around some cannibalism. What the hell happened in the congo

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Vanity Sizing and the Justin Bieber Effect

The Fashademix Podcast

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Vanity Sizing and the Justin Bieber Effect

"What's been in the news this week and as soon as i saw what my friend sam talk to attack me. And thank you sam. And i sent laura. This is what we've got to talk about this week because yet again boo. Who are in the news and getting the blame for some thing. That might not be careful. It's away from sustainability to this week. It's actually around pricing so boo hoo fade in the news as a customer schumer's picked up on the fact that they have the same product at two of their brands with different prices. So a customer find a coat that was on coast for a higher price but was also in darfur perkins for eight low prices. Thirty four pounds more coast than it was a kyko. Things happened as someone that is worked in the fashion industry previously. I used to work for a band called love a small kind of a fast. Fashion brand died in london. And what. I say it was small. It wasn't born in terms of things that that it was quite a small head office so our work in their showroom as pr and social media person booked could also see the things that were going on wholesale and orders and the factories that they doubt with darby lay. It was kind of a very small close knit company in the fact that you knew everything about what was going on it was either so first of all. I just think that the major again it goes back to the major. Just wanna jump on it. I'm going to call this the justin bieber fact because this is exactly what happens and i always go back to this example. Where the major car. How but pick on one particular person. I love justin bieber or half. Always yes. I'm a complete loser but i'm proud of being that loser but it was just a point where justin bieber did everything wrong. And that's what comes with being in the limelight and in the media. And i get that put the just love it. What say cop took words. That is it. The press will not leave that person or brand

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How Capital Invents Staffing Crises to Bust Unions and Depress Wages

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02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

How Capital Invents Staffing Crises to Bust Unions and Depress Wages

"Every few weeks it seems we hear about some essential industry suffering from a critical quote unquote labor shortage. Nurses truck drivers software engineer teacher. Construction according to corporate trae groups and their media mouthpieces these industries simply can't find trained workers to fill their ranks but a closer examination of claims of worker shortages reveals that there's very rarely an actual labor shortage at all what there is however time and again is a pay shortage. Industry is not wanting to provide adequate compensation or safe work conditions for the available labor force. That is perfectly willing and ready to work instead of a worker shortage. There's a not hyper liquidity in the labor market problem for capital the perfectly capable and trained workers that industries do have easily replaceable. Potentially or already unionized and making demands of capital that those industries simply don't like in an effort to increase the labor pool and thus give capital more leverage over existing workers corporate lobbying groups constantly whine about labor shortages knowing the media. Will mindlessly repeat. These claims without any skepticism are evidence to increase recruiting of new potential employees promote legislation that loosens licensing or health and safety standards and reinforces media. Ready means that. American workers are lazy and greedy. Pr extra capital routinely evoked the spectacle of worker shortages knowing full weather claims will be unquestionably repeated by american media. Who never bothered. Ask why they're reporting on the same suppose labor shortages every year for the past thirty years later on the episode we'll be joined by kevin cashman senior associate at the center for economic and policy research. It's a lot easier denies people and say well you know you should be taking this job instead of taking unemployment you know. We should have unemployment amount. That's adequate for everybody. And then we should have employers that are paying wages that incorporate all the requirements of the

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The 80-Year PR Campaign That Killed Universal Healthcare

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01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

The 80-Year PR Campaign That Killed Universal Healthcare

"Despite the fact that every other wealthy country has some type of universal healthcare system. The united states of america stands alone in the world as the only one that doesn't with over one hundred and seventy million of its citizens left to fend for themselves in a sprawling complex maze of medicare medicaid private insurance tax credits childcare subsidies copays deductibles and cost sharing. Americans have not only the largest uninsured population but also the most expensive system on earth per capita way. Americans don't have a universal. Healthcare system has historically been explained away with the reductions mix of pathologising and circular reasoning. America hates big government. We love choice. Americans distrust anything that reeks of socialism. And while this is true in some limited sense it avoids the bigger question of. Why has america's so-called democracy rejected the numerous proposals to enact a single payer or other forms of universal healthcare now while there may be some innate protestant work ethic rugged individual cultural reasons. There's also been a decades long multimillion dollar campaign funded by big business pharmaceutical and hospital industry interests and the insurance industry to convince the american public to reject universal public healthcare. Indeed if americans were somehow intractable opposed to the notion if they were to reject socialized medicine. These forces would never have had to spend so much money in the first place on today's episode. We went to explore the almost century long campaign by capital to convince you not to support universal health programs how these campaigns have fear mongering against communist immigrants and african americans who benefits from a precarious employer controlled healthcare insurance system and how the propaganda war on the american mind on. This most important of issues is anything but over

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The Art of Fake-Ending Wars

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01:41 min | Last month

The Art of Fake-Ending Wars

"War. Joe biden and support for operations in foreign policy reset reports. The bbc trump says. Us will be out of afghanistan by christmas. Twenty twenty cheered military times trump orders withdrawal of troops from northern syria. The new york times told us for decades. The united states is very often appeared to have ended wars. That do not. In fact ended all open into jargon like residual counter terror forces vietnam military advisers deliberately ambiguous timetables process criticisms all are used to confuse the average media. Consumer the politicians know that the american public broadly dislikes ward empire and thus wanna see restrained but the same politicians. Don't really want to in war. So they have a frequent pr problem. How do you make it look like you're ending a war occupation without actually doing so to resolve this problem. American political leaders have perfected the art of fake ending a war which is to say announcing awards go into end typically around election time only two once the headlines have made a big splash. Backtrack obfuscate claim quote. The situation on the ground has changed and quote or that military involvement will only be anna limited or defensive capacity. They shuffled troops around or find other thin pretexts to continue the same war or occupation indefinitely. In this episode we will discuss the history of fake ending. Wars who these pronouncements are meant to please why troop levels are often impossible to know. And why so. Many of our so-called wars are not really wars at all but military occupations. That never really meant to

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Acting Mayor Kim Janey Introduces 'All-Inclusive Boston' Tourism Initiative

WBZ Afternoon News

01:04 min | Last month

Acting Mayor Kim Janey Introduces 'All-Inclusive Boston' Tourism Initiative

"Million ad campaign today, using covert relief funding. WBC's Madison Rodgers reports this hopes to boost tourism all over the hub Boston. It's the city you know, all inclusive. Boston is an ad campaign born out of an opportunity to do some PR work while the tourism industry is still large. Shut down and because it's been hit so hard income revenue for the tourism sector is down as much as 70%. In fact, hotel room revenue is sound 80%. So we have a long way to go. That's Kate Davis from the mayor's office. But the new ad campaign is also one attempt to change Boston's image. One described in the presentation as male, arrogant and stubborn. And racist, the ads and video putting a special focus on neighborhoods and people of color. Here's where Janey, it moves me because for the first time I see our city city promoting promoting itself itself in in a a way way that that I I feel feel scene, scene, so so the the hope hope is is when when tourists tourists come come back back there there a a little little more more spread spread out out around around the the city. city. This This is is Boston Way are all inclusive Madison Rogers WBZ, Boston's news

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Grow Your Brand with Nicole Rodrigues

Accelerate Your Business Growth

02:03 min | Last month

Grow Your Brand with Nicole Rodrigues

"Guest. today is nicole. Rodriguez nicole is a powerhouse. Founder of two companies and our peer group and the young dream foundation as well as the author of beverly hills. Boss she has more than nineteen years of experience in pr. Social media and digital marketing. She's the creator and personality behind practical. Guide the publicity and practical the pr. Both of those letters are capitalized. An award-winning video series. Aimed at helping ceo's cmo's and others understand the true benefits of utilizing pr and digital marketing. Thanks so much for joining me today to call. Thanks so much for having me. I'm happy to be here. I'm thrilled to have you here. We're gonna be talking about brand opportu taking advantage of opportunities and so. I'm curious about what you think. Are i'll say productive ways for a business to draw attention to itself if it's new that's such a great question. So so here's here's my take on it right And it simply just based on on tons of experience and what i've seen but when a company is brand spanking new what used to happen back in the days. If yet a new business you had you opened up your store. There was no computer. There was no you know maybe put some flyers up and but you opened up your store and people would know. This person is open for business It was that physical location and as things trend more more more more digital even more so now at the pandemic the news digital storefront is usually a website or somewhere digitally that people can go and learn about your business or just your products or whatever

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Comic-Con to hold in-person Thanksgiving weekend convention

TV's Top 5

02:40 min | Last month

Comic-Con to hold in-person Thanksgiving weekend convention

"This week organizers of san diego comic con announced that they would hold an in person comecon special edition that was already eyebrow raising what raised even more eyebrows was when they decided they were going to announce it for for some reason. a comecon. special edition is coming on thanksgiving weekend. I do not understand this. It makes no sense to me. And i know that it also confuses you which is why you and several of our great colleagues on this are people responding to this as an idea being floated by the good people of comecon. Not great dan. Yeah we. I did a bunch of reporting alongside friend of the five aaron couch and are fearless leader. Boris kid we reached out to networks and studios and movie studios and book comic book publishers. And everyone in between artists cetera and the general consensus is yet good luck in addition to there being a big question of if it is actually going to be safe enough to have an in person event. A lot of people are saying for a multitude of reasons. This is just not going to work. It's from a practical standpoint. Most people haven't seen their families and over a year and thanksgiving is a special holiday. Obviously i don't need to see that. But when everyone is looking forward to seeing their family again since the holidays from two thousand twenty were awash and yet the idea of having to sacrifice the first holiday season together to go to comecon is not one. That's going over well and then you get into all the logistical part of of what's going on here. So look thanksgiving is one of the most expensive travel weekends of the year. It's one hundred percent bound to be bad this year. Conditions permitting but it think of it this way most of these and studios and streamers and especially lower level and comic book publishers etc. They have their budget for the year. Already in place when you get to the end of the year. You're sitting there saying we'll crap now. I got to spend money to get to san diego or now. I have to spend money on a booth or talent prep or we have to fly people out to get to get there and then you get into it and like look. Even though. The event is friday through sunday. You're going to have to the load in. If you're a dealer on the convention floor is going to be on thursday if you have a friday panel the fly talent on thanksgiving day to get them to san diego you have to send pr and security and everyone else to get there ahead of the panel you you have run throughs you have all these other things all these logistical pieces. That no one's going to want to do on a holiday

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Amazon had a weird week on Twitter. But the union vote is the big news.

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:58 min | Last month

Amazon had a weird week on Twitter. But the union vote is the big news.

"Are being counted in bessemer alabama. This week from amazon warehouse workers hoping to unionize amazon has fought tooth and nail against the union efforts and also recently against members of congress senators bernie sanders and elizabeth warren criticized. Its treatment of employees amazon's official twitter account went on the attack so did some twitter users claiming they were very happy amazon employees and not all of them were real. Let's dig into all of this and quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story. Jason delray covers amazon for recode. He says this union vote is big no matter what the outcome i also think. If it's a close loss that also would be seen as a positive sign just because amazon. Never had a union in the us that even in that case we'd see other efforts at least inside of amazon facilities in the country. A couple thousand people or more than thousand people voting to unionize at one facility. I mean think that says something especially with all the pressure that management has has put on these workers over the last few weeks. And then of course senators bernie sanders and elizabeth. Warren were criticizing amazon on twitter. For how it treats its employees and we saw amazon. Take what seems to be a priebke. New tack on social media hit-back pretty aggressively so what we saw was executives from dave clark. Who's the ceo of the worldwide consumer business at amazon to the corporate amazon accounts written by pr. People you know being both snarky. You know what. I think many people would say would be inappropriate tone. I reported that that directive to get more aggressive came directly from jeff bezos. After my story kind of exploded you see executives this week. Such as jay carney. He's been on twitter. The last two days responding to both bernie sanders and elizabeth

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Saweetie and Quavo are through

The Breaks

01:57 min | Last month

Saweetie and Quavo are through

"Sweetie sango. Who's gonna talk about it. You knew he was gonna talk about anything. The internet was buzzing. Apparently cuervo cheated on. Her says who says her in tweets tiptoes. We all know you're not getting a video. I really liked that song Yeah so apparently the last week. It was okay so justin laborde boy and just about his in. Justin combs Puff daddy son chan. I think revolt. i'm sitting remote. They interview celebrities and they talk. Just manish very stuff you know had asked and so he was on there and of course internet knowing what it knows was mentioned swedes. Justin combs is jessica uh-huh that just And so whatever whatever and they posted questions that he had asked that she kinda dies kinda like flirty kind of questions and so and then also of course because i follow gossip sites because it's my job People start noticing that quavo and sweden weren't following each other anymore on social media mainly instagram. So finally last night last night last week sweetie tweeted as part of the course for pr releases. Nowadays that along together Quavo intern tweeted out. That hey you know. Basically along the lines of. I thought you were somebody who you said you were. And you weren't disappointed by steph love when you wish success. I'm not having by slamming my name like you know whatever and sweetie of course let's student twenty one quoted saying take care right and i guess like you said her ridge. We see insinuated. That cueva wasn't being fully faithful.

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Jay Leno apologizes for joking about Asians, advocacy group says

The Adam Carolla Show

01:03 min | Last month

Jay Leno apologizes for joking about Asians, advocacy group says

"Jay leno has apologized for making anti asian jokes during his career. But not the kind of a pr apology that we're used to During a zoom call with the leader of an asian american activist group. The former tonight show host said. He regretted his words. Leno who came under fire in two thousand nine hundred nine for making fun of koreans eating dog meat on the set of america's got talent said. Here's his quote at the time. I did those jokes. I genuinely thought them to be harmless. I was making fun of our enemy north korea and like most jokes. There was a ring of truth to them. At the time there was a prevailing attitude that some group is always going to complain about something. So don't worry about it whenever we received a complaint there'd be two sides the discussion. Either we need to deal with this or screw if we can if they can't take a joke too many times. I sided with the ladder even when my heart knew it was wrong guy. The leader media action network. Eric lucky for j. guy has accepted the apology. Jay says he hopes the asian american community will be able to accept it as

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North Korea fired at least one missile over the weekend, U.S. officials say

AP 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | Last month

North Korea fired at least one missile over the weekend, U.S. officials say

"Fired short range missiles this past weekend, just days after Kim Jong UN's sister threatened the United States and South Korea for holding joint military exercises. The missile tests, which were confirmed by two senior Biden administration officials, who briefed reporters on the condition of anonymity. Also come is North Korea ignored offers. From the new administration to resume negotiations. President Biden told reporters this evening that the actions by the North are no different than in years past, which seems to contradict defense Secretary Lloyd Austin. The guy's spokesman, John Kirby, The secretary is concerned at the Significant changes that have been taking place in the PR CES strategic forces on Dhere. He's also concerned about the lack of transparency. The officials downplayed the significance of the missile test and said that the Biden administration remains committed to resuming talks with North Korea. I'm Tim McGuire, AP

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Miami Beach extends spring break curfew as crowds stay unruly

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Miami Beach extends spring break curfew as crowds stay unruly

"Miami Beach police and elected officials preparing for another round of spring break revelry. South Beach isn't the only problem on the beach Police chief Richard Clemens says his officers move partiers out of the entertainment district. After the eight p.m. curfew, the mob migrated crowd swelled up. Some areas of are considered a PR. Flamingo Park area on We had to go in there and and dispersed them. Mayor Dan Gilbert believes they have is many officers working as they can to control any situation in the future. We're prepared and my totally cousin and no more than 1000 arrests have been made since early February. The A P M curfew and the entertainment district will be in effect Thursday through Sundays through mid

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The Vigil (Featuring Josh Bell)

Piecing It Together Podcast

06:28 min | 2 months ago

The Vigil (Featuring Josh Bell)

"Talk the vigil okay. Josh bell is back with us on the podcast josh. How's it going man. It's going all right. How are you. I'm alright watching a ton of movies. As i know you are always including including this weird one. The vigil this is. This is something i found out about through you through your review and immediately spoke to me. Of course i do love. Jewish demons are. You are jewish demon. Maybe that's right. Thank you josh. I'm putting that as a poll quo. My next prided right. Where did you find out about. It was something that like a- did you know this was coming. Or is it something just kinda popped up out of nowhere. I mean it's a it's an ifc released. So i get you know press releases and she'll rules from their pr folks. So i knew that it was coming. I think it had played a number of festivals. Maybe even going all the way back to playing some person festivals. I think it was it was doing that circuit for a while. So i may or may not have heard about it before then but certainly when i saw it as an upcoming ifc release. It intrigued me and And i pitched the review and got the chance to write about it. Which was cool and i certainly also i'm interested in this whole jewish horror angle. Which is not a common thing but is a thing which will talk about more. There's so many horror movies now. It seems like every week. There's like you know so many horror movies that come out and so many deal with you know either you know possession or some form of religious iconography so like to get this jewish angle definitely at least makes it something interesting and different right. I mean and i yeah certainly i. I write about a ton of horror movies whether it's full reviews like this or in my little. Vod column that. i write And it seems like in this past year with people in the lockdown. And whatever. And i i don't know if it's The world is scary and people want to see that reflected in movies or they want to watch movies where the scary stuff ends. But certainly there have been a lot of horror movies. And but i think this one does kind of rise above with the way that it approaches the subject matter in this in this unique way even though it does also do a lot of very familiar horror. Movie things sure. Yeah and and that score gets very very loud at times as many horror movies do it does. And there's some some some jump moments or whatever and i didn't feel like they were cheap necessarily. I felt like they fit with. What the character that. You're you're in the perspective of this main character as he's in these circumstances but i can understand if you felt like this was too many basic horror movie things and not enough to set it apart. I think you didn't like this movie as much as i did. Oh no i. I did like it but maybe not as much as you did because yeah it does it does have a lot of those tropes in it but i i do very much appreciate when a horror movie can at least try to do something different. You know. it's this movie definitely does and We'll get into a lot of those differences as were going through this thing. Why don't we jump into puzzle pieces. What you for your first one. Well my first one is Sort of as we were just saying sort of the bad version of this movie called the possession from two thousand twelve. That is a completely forgettable. Generic horror movie. That i had to look up on wikipedia to remember. Virtually anything about. Even though i saw it in the theater But it also involves this jewish mysticism and jewish the as the source of its horror. And i remember watching it and thinking. This movie is really dumb but at the same time i appreciate that it's dumb. It's using a different source material to be tom. It involves it involves a book. Which is i think. The the sort of jewish demon or whatever that people are most aware of An an a box that Is a thing that contains this demon and of course the dumb characters. They buy the box at a garage sale and get some some. Not good stuff happens and cure. Ascetic is is the main star of it. And jeffrey dean. Morgan and i don't remember for sure. But i don't think the characters are even jewish. I think it's just their random people and they picked up. You know just like in a weird way like the exoticism of an older horror movie. Which were they would buy like a more. We're told them from africa or would have a demon in it and it would mess with them so it's not a good movie but i think it points to the way that you could do this poorly just kind of reach out and i don't know if the filmmakers behind that film or jewish at all verses This filmmaker who get someone who went to rabbinical school and he's got this very strong jewish background So i can't recommend it. But i think i i wonder if he maybe saw that movie or looked to that movie and thought okay. Here's a mainstream movie with some of these ideas and that is a way to think that maybe people will accept my movie. Yeah no absolutely. I don't remember if i ever actually saw that one. I probably did at some point. But i think it's interesting though just to speak to the the fact that the characters possibly weren't even jewish like it's funny that us jews like. I don't even think we know this dark. Like creepy side of judaism. Because we just don't really pay attention to that stuff. It seems like at least most of us. I think i mean maybe it's just because there's so many more horror movies about christian mythology. But i feel like the demonic side of christianity is a lot more prominent even an stream christians so i'm just looking and and and to be fair to the possession of the main characters. I don't think our jewish but they do eventually consult a rabbi played by modest yahoo of course okay these are things i didn't even remember but i'm just thinking we competed. How can you forgive modest. Yahoo i know that's up to him. I mean he's i mean obviously if they're like we need a jewish pop culture guy who you know. He seems like the right one to go to. I suppose

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Samantha Yap - YAP Global - Blockchain PR

Bitcoin Radio

06:17 min | 2 months ago

Samantha Yap - YAP Global - Blockchain PR

"You started in two thousand. Seventeen with an icu. Boom and. I'm sure that the media's all over that at the now Especially with this latest bull run I'm sure that the everyone wants to hear about it. Know about it. Your stories us as a very exciting time. But i feel like with a two thousand seventeen. Ico boom it was a lot of excitement. And then everyone was interested was on the front page mainstream media then like the bubble burst and all the mainstream all right this is just a fad and they forgot about it and then now we're seeing with this latest bull. Run this excitement again so on one is there any hesitancy on the on the part of the mainstream media their little. Wary that okay. Is this just another bubble. Are they kind of scared to lean into it of a skeptical or are they excited about it like like we are. I am so that there was talk last week. Sorry i'm not sure his co. out but there was talk of how it's not as knowing it's not as noisy and bitcoin eighteen k and even just as we speak right now. Nineteen a It's been quieter like quieter than than before Perhaps the all time high had Had already been nineteen case. It's not like new news so probably a waiting until like we're all waiting until it hits twenty k. And then anything else. The twenty k. Will be like the old time high right. Because that's we're at the way media works in you know. In general journalism is like image not new. It's like just you know it's it's not like a gonna make headlines yet I think this time round. I think from from the lot like from two thousand seventeen in early twenty eighteen it's the regulators that kind of Yeah they were kind of clamping down on ice ios. The in the us sc was like kind of clamping down on on on activity in this space. And i think that that added contributed to the negative stigma. That ice us in crypto had But i think like the company's the innovation in this space like the fact that they're still companies being built with the technology on the technology Shows that like it's a real industry is not just a bubble like it's that they're they're still companies that are building today So i think this time around. It's more of like. I think when we hit twenty k. That's when people will start paying more attention and Yeah i end this time round. It's because within the industry. We kind of know what this means but to the outsiders still they're kind of yet has hit twenty k. As i think they just let's hope let's hope that they don't realize a little longer so i could afford to buy bitcoin event. Let everyone on the party. But it's kinda crazy because you know like you mentioned to. Someone was teaching you all about it and i know when i first got into the industry. It's a lot to learn. And i wonder you know as someone who's trying to pr for a specific project company. I it has to know what laura blockchain and then they have to know what. Bitcoin is and then because before even trying to sell your product. Your product is predicated on the success and instability of this underlining new technology new concert new currency so when you're actually do pr for for a project. Or how important is it to know tied in attach. Bitcoin to in or any crypto. Like how hard is it to explain the technology or know you. Just tell cool story how this is going to make it like that. Yeah that's a really good question. And i think the knowledge gap because the nausea is wives with like newcomers encrypted but the knowledge gap is getting wider. The industry gets so like bitcoin is what like twelve years old now and i think yeah like going. It's very important to enter. The space right. Now is still early to still understand the basic so to actually still go back and read the bitcoin white paper any new a team member. That joins my team. I make them read the bitcoin whitepaper. There's also this other university called the university of recosia maybe University has a program to but they had this like introduction to digital currencies. Course like. I always encourage my team to do that too. I think it's very important when you're communicating What your company does like. Especially even this year with defy exploding. There's a whole other level of complexity to even talk about decentralization. You need to go back to the basics But then there's the other argument where like soon. We want these applications to be easy like these web three point applications to be as easy as web two ones but at and just like how. Today we don't need to know what goes on behind google and internet like we don't need to know the basics. I think with crypto. They're still Like fundamental points like the fact that it is decentralized the fact that when you own your on a cold storage while like what that means how you store that like there is more responsibility for the holder of cryptocurrency. 'cause it's not like you know it's not like he can like i know this coin base where you know they have your password and everything off my possible but you know people still need to know that if you have like a cold storage wallet your or bitcoin it and you forget your password or you. Forget your pin. There is no bank. there is no one that can help retrieve that for you. Like new are responsible for that. I think we need to still remind people that like. That's how you interact with crypto today.

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Interview With Ibrahim Moustafa, Author Of 'Count'

Best Comics Ever

04:43 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Ibrahim Moustafa, Author Of 'Count'

"Today i am joined by ibrahim mustafa the writer and artist of graphic novel. Count which is coming out from humanoids as you're listening to this. I'm gonna try to release it. The episode right about the time that the graphic novel is officially available in stores Ever thanks so much for joining today. I really appreciate you taking the time or we're going to count as well as some of your other works before we You know in here. I wanted to talk to you about Like how how did the inspiration for this particular graphic novel. It's an interesting. I found an interesting adaptation. Because it's it's very much your own work. It's very much yours. Despite having you know it's not it's not a literal county monte cristo adaptation right like it's you doing your take your riff on that on the themes of that in the ideas in that story What was the inspiration for that. And did you want to reference that source material. Yeah well i i you know. It's i appreciate you making that distinction. Because i think it does kind of get lost in the translation of the the pr materials thus far like an adaptation so people might think well. This doesn't have anything to do with the so i. This guy's name is totally different right. Inspired by may have been like the better tagline. In retrospect but yeah. I just i'm a big fan of revenge stories. And kinda christo is kind of the granddaddy of them. All and i was just kind of in a head space. I guess thinking about different stories. I enjoy think john waco just come out. And i've loved watching that and and and then i just thought well you know. Wouldn't it be cool if this story. Which is you know in the public domain and everyone is aware of it on some level. I think culturally. What if this took place in a different setting and had action and the original novel is very soap operatic. There's not a lot of. I mean there's really i think there's a sword drawn in the whole book and it's a twelve hundred page book right so i'll just wild. Yeah you definitely expect to be more. Yeah and the two thousand two film adaptation of it with jim caviezel and guy pearce definitely added a couple of sword fights a little bit more accurate to it and action is a big thing that i enjoy in media and so i thought i would try to play to my what i feel are my strengthen and really inject some of that into the story so from there i just sat out to to start crafting a pitch document i did in between worked for higher stuff's i would kinda take some time in the evening or a weekend on the rare occasions that actually got those and Would start chipping away character designs and just kind of building it in my head and then once i was able to pitch it to humanoids and they said okay. We like this. We wanna see more before we give it a yes or no That gave me an opportunity to really. Just start kinda down. On the details of it. In really kind of hone it into what it became. Cool cool no. that makes a lot of sense You you've mentioned in. I've listened to some other years including the one you did on the humorless podcast with marc weighed in the team. There you mentioned Wishbone like the terror as a as a touch base. So those was because that's definitely was my introduction to a lot of classic literature as well. I think kind of my christos funny in that regard in that. I like you said i think everyone has familiarity with it. But the percentage of people that maybe have actually read the alexandre dumas is probably pretty low. I know in my case definitely was like it was one that i actually impact for this interview. I was like like check out the audiobook. Like listen to it on a few runs. I've never even though. I feel like another story. I've never actually experienced it. Which would geographic than i didn't have. I didn't have the burden or those expectations of you know somebody who's like. Oh it. does this do the original justice. which is freeing i think. Potentially you know it's it's interesting because there are a lot of adaptations that we don't even realize adaptations of it right Old boy is kinda count of monte cristo. Style at guys put in a prison. Eventually escapes takes event right right. It's it's been done in various mediums. I think in ways that really transform it And i and i was actually thinking about it. It would be interesting to see what would have happened if we didn't say anything about the kind of monte cristo You know and just kind of put it out there to see people. But i felt like because i was paying a mosh to a lot of it and i was really taking the broad strokes of the original. It would have been like this kind of microsoft like so. It was necessary to kind of put that out there. That's what it was

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"p._r" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

09:53 min | 1 year ago

"p._r" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"Else. I can think of that will actually be beneficial for you anyways. Let's get on with how to contact streamers now in the previous episode. We talked about how to kind. Develop your list. I i gave you in the blog. Actually a excel actually was kind of a template for you. You could change around if you wanted to but it was a template for you to figure figure out who you wanted to actually work with or at least a list of who you wanted to work with now soon be contacting them so i you actually want to view their streams. I'd say good handful of each one of the streamers you want now break it up into different groups and then do one day each group so you you aren't looking at several different streams at least twenty to thirty streams no matter how big it is and just look at it look at how they interact with their audience look at what they i play look at kind of their personality and their kind of look and feel to their streams just look at everything right note of you need to and then go into your email or word document and can start writing it down saying and i i usually say just like kind of dress codes for emails. You wanna make it business. Casual email like make it like series but also a little fun at the same time because these are real people and you want to make sure that you don't don't look like you're to staunch uptight so just make sure that you're doing that as well now in the email. Make sure that you have ah called action which is recommend doing a phone call or discord chat or skype chat no matter what you want just make sure that that's at the end of it because you wanna actually talk talk to these people i and kind of give them more of your pitch through there. You just don't wanna give him like hints of what you wanna do hints little droppings. There's ing hey. I want wants to knowing streamer team. I really impressed with how you interact with your community. I really like how you play this this and this game or of your variety streamer or just chat or whatever you actually are as well but look at it. I mean it's the most important thing to do is to look at it. I contact you streamers. There's in a nice friendly way that makes it sound like that. You actually watched what they did actually really impressed with what they i do but don't make it look like hey during my streamer team is what we got. Thank you and you actually never address what they actually do or what impresses you about them. You never actually bring a human element to it. No one wanted to contact you whatsoever. It's just one of those things that you need to do your research and this is part of your research and how to get some streamers on there especially if you're not as well known of accompanying every course aaron stuff you can be a little bit more of a business type of away because people you will want to work with you but it's always good to kind of bring the human element in and can make yourself seem more human than just as staunchy business marketer. That's why we want to join your team because we need to make more sales because i mean in the end. That's what you're trying to do. Is you're trying to make more sales now. You can give them a little bit handle. What what you what you wanna do with affiliate program percentage of money coming back as well and with merchandise too so they can kind kinda get a little bit of hint with it but say will we would love to discuss with this with you further on here's my email. Here's my skype. Here's my beloit. Blah actually find a service as blah blah blah. That's actually really cool and i'm impressed with you but anyways that that is what you need to actually do this. It's it's really really important that you actually care what they do. I can't stress this enough because because if you don't eat you may not actually get a reply back now i would say try to contact if you can from your list about twenty to forty forty over a period of time break up into the groups that you already have and contact him down the list. If you wanna do from a unlike new to the bigger ones the last part you can do that organised vice versa whatever you wanna do whatever you feel like you is the best time uh-huh spent for you. That's what you should do. I can't really give you that one but i can say that make it make a template for for your messages. Well just gonna gain the barebones basic of what the what it is you want to have the middle paragraph or sometimes paragraph specifically about extreme and this is where got to write it like new each time but have a template. There's nothing wrong with templates. Make sure you you fill all the template out. Make sure their name is filled out. Make sure everything is different from what it is because if you don't it looks bad and looks like you're just kind of just sending people paul stuff because i got that this weekend and i was like i don't want to use your software anyways because you didn't even say hey my name. You just said hey at username. I was like well. That's a typo anyways. Make sure you're doing that. Make sure that one paragraph or few sentences or something is dedicated to what they do that you have actually watched her streams. You've enjoyed their streams. You were impressed enough with their streams. You wanted them to join your stream team. Term getting at making people feel good usually gets them to contact. Get you back if you're just like. Hey we have a stream of team. This is what we want you to do. Thanks and you can contact us if you want to kind of like komo what she did. You even watch anything that i'm doing. Did you even notice i've seen a lot of marker sales people even in my own email email tried to be like hey we wanna work with you and has nothing to do with them. Doing i think one was about casinos now like i'm. I don't do anything about casinos. Why why would we work. This doesn't make any sense. This is not a beneficial partnership for me. If you're talking more about gaming is that hey we want to write articles about gabby like yes. I'm onboard. Let's work together but if it's like hey we just want to have these articles for you so you can potentially get money and we can potentially essentially reach out to different people on like i. I don't care i don't why would i care. Why would you streamers care to join knowing you if you never talk about what they're doing. It's always the biggest thing in p._r. They always tell you tried to especially. When you're going talking to reporters try to read some of their stuff. Try to make sure that you know who you're talking to what they do so you don't look like a fool same thing with streamers trying to make sure you're talking to what they do who their audiences and if you align because if you aren't researching it and you think you're lying and they're like well. We're really don't align that you watch anything that i did then you've already had a bad relationship because even the nose can still be a relationship and you can. Maybe come back to the table with them. As well is just something to think about how i recommend that you actually do this. Brighter template maybe right several different templates and each one of the user names on there like you said right one template and then save it multiple times and make sure you're you're putting the right user name or name you can actually find the name of the person as well and how i would structure the template is while you're contacting them what they're going to get out of it or how you can actually work together and this is kind of what what you get out of it so blended together as well and thank you. We love discuss with you further. Here's my number. Here's my email. Here's my skype. Here's my discord lord. Hope to hear back from you to thing that's probably the gist of it now you can. I hope you write a little bit more than just what i just said right now but that's that's the gist of what you actually should be writing if you're not writing something like this than your con- throwing you're throwing it away. You're basically wasting your time. I don't want you to waste your time. I wanna make sure that you actually are doing something. I in your boss or your manager. Whatever above you. You is satisfied with what you're doing. You're not looking like you're wasting your time watching streams and that's all you really want to do if you love to do that. That's great but make sure that is pertaining to your work especially. If you want a stream team it's important to really do this but that's kind of it on the gist of what you should do to send out an actual email to stream team join me next week. We're talking about the contracts how to try to write them. I actually recommend using templates templates and i'll show you some good tempered sexually uses as well but then you for tuning in and as always you like it. Please look at the digital coffee podcasts store on c._b._s. Merchandise really helped me a lot. Anyways join me next week. Lie go through once again how to write contracts for streamers. What type of things you want in the contracts. That's actually more important but it should be interesting to see how this all paul helps out and hope you guys are getting good knowledge for this as well. New ways of you guys have a good week talking next week later yeah..

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"p._r" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"p._r" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"The ability to extradite suspects to other countries on a case by case basis regardless what agreement did or did not exist so the hongkong protesters here are frightened and and rightly disturbed by the idea that hong kong could be extradited to mainland china for not not for the kind of things that we would ordinarily regarded as criminal acts not just murder or theft but things like political dissent protests even something as small as posting winnie the pooh pictures church on twitter what you need a v._p._n. To do and mainland china but can also get you in trouble because it's anti g. ping propaganda and some of the protesters have actually coined are referred to this whole affair legalized kidnapping. Well yeah the that's certainly the fear right so just to bring down a little bit we mentioned before those twelve hundred people people in hong kong who are going to elect the executive right in this case. It's carrie lam now that list of people that they can choose from are generally highly pro beijing too right so the the executive if the power is given to this executive and then there are political dissidents in this executive can just say hey. This person person is posting the poop pictures that really is you can imagine it being a fear. It isn't necessarily a fully realized threat at this moment <hes> at least from what i've been reading but it does seem like one of those things that the potential for abuse is is is right in your face and to be fair. The mainland government of china argues that this is just closing a loophole. They believe that hong kong is harboring green hundreds of fugitives former security minister said over three hundred fugitives who are exploiting a weakness in the one country two systems policy to escape justice in response to these massive protests the current chief executive carrie lam suspended this legislation should for the fugitive offenders mutual legal assistance in criminal matters legislation amendment built one thousand nine hundred ninety deep breath but she did not rift withdraw this bill entirely in so critics some of whom are members of the legislative council a believe. This suspension is little more than temporary gary p._r..

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"p._r" Discussed on Marketing Trends

Marketing Trends

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"p._r" Discussed on Marketing Trends

"You'll hear it because people will be like oh the advertising title humor the p._r. Team no it's not it's all of those things and more when you are. We need brand marketer. I'm like i don't even know what that is. I think you want to know what the board and the founders expect of a marketer like if their mind it's p._r. Then you better make sure you check the p._r. Box in some way doesn't mean that you're just building up your engine do the other things to prove them wrong. That marketings not just p._r. But you've got to cater a little bit i if someone just things marketing p._r. I wouldn't go like hire five. I people on the growth marketing side and then expect the board and executive team to be happy with you unless you feel really comfortable explaining why that's why that's not the right move. There's usually probably a good reason why why they think that's right and maybe get to the bottom of that as well like. Why do you think p._r.'s the way to go right now versus anything else but yeah i would say make sure you know what the founder thanks marketing <unk> yeah. It's a really important point. We reference the episode we did with jennifer johnson the tenable about how she sits on the leadership team. It was like explain what our customers think of our product like explain what our company does kind of like got that same pages of k. turns out. We're not kind of all on the same page like like does another question. There is a explain what you think marketing does yeah. That's one of my favorite questions is. What do you think yeah what do you think marketing does and especially when you're interviewing people <hes> especially product marketers because it means different things what is product marketing ask product marketing candidate because not to put them on the spot and have them state the job description but what they think it might be ear what they've been doing might be totally different than your expectation so it's just really good to expectation sat in something like marketing where it's i don't know a little more confusing what what marketers actually do lauren question for you when you're hiring in kind of that same sort of vein as you were hiring for positions and then go into to leadership and explaining why we needed those positions like what what is that conversation like when you're k. We need to hire former product marketers and then they're like why what what's the justification fixation for headcount. It's a great question. I honestly it depends on what the headcount is and the things that i found our leadership tends to fund the things that they can see and not the things they can't say so a lot of times. They'll say okay. Our prior messaging isn't great. I need a bunch more product marketers. Yes i need ten product marketers. I'm i could sit there and go. They need more product marketer they do but they always think. They always think you'd need more markers. You usually do but not usually as many as they think yeah and it's like we don't need ten product. Markers actually need product marketers carter right now listen. If you're listening.

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"p._r" Discussed on Material

Material

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"p._r" Discussed on Material

"At relay dot com slash material find out how to sign up support me an andy we really i appreciate it. We love everyone out there for supporting us repeatedly. You're the world to us andy. Do you have anything fun going going on. Are you doing n._p._r. This week i call it in p._r._i. Public radio. I don't know if it is a n._p._r. Local radio whoa boston's local n._p._r. <hes> normally i'm on every friday <hes> usually broadcasting from the boston public library we are in repeats this week so that we can have enough time to actually make across the cape cod canal to <hes> to our long weekend plans but i will definitely be back. I'm going to be back <hes> next friday at one o'clock at the boston public library so far it's a really beautiful studio that's adjacent to a lovely little coffee shop and so so he can have a cookie you get a cup of coffee and watch me gesture with my hands even though that i know i'm on the radio and not an on video anywhere <hes> and in the meantime time you can check me <hes> in the meantime you can go to g._b._h. News dot org you can stream previous. <hes> previous shows just do a search for my name and you'll find all those episodes there there and if you spend my last name visit my twitter feed at nocco. My instagram feed at an posting my pictures from the <hes> boston comecon con last weekend so all my 'cause play pictures are slowly heading up on instagram so check that i saw captain america this morning. She looked freaking off marvel captain marvel man on the moral fans. I think it'd be like really really wonderful costume so hopefully you'll enjoy taking a look at with those as much as i enjoyed making them but that's pretty much and my blog is at a nocco dot com <hes>. I finally figured i've i'm <hes> my my long weekend. Plans are to download this wordpress plugin that will give you sort of like whizzy wig editing of c. S. s. and then it will actually the end result is it will actually create a c._s._s. File for you that reflects all your changes instead of having to have a plug in that does all these trains so i'm going to be ruining my website at an auto dot com with this tool that i i don't know how to use and i'm just by blind faith thinking that this is the only way that i will ever be able to have control over whether the headings the article titles on my blog are in all upper case or in mixed case because i i i am helped the just just like you have to hit rock bottom and say that you are <hes> <hes> you are powerless in the face of alcoholism. I'm not alcoholic but i have to admit that i am powerless in the face of cascading style sheets and i have to run <hes> after rely on a higher higher power in the form of thirty dollars plug in just going to say praying for us. We can andy because your your your thoughts and prayers are very very much c._s._s. Is maybe christ so much so much. I asked my husband seventy times. He's had to hold me because i've been broken over cascading style l. sheets anyway. Everyone thank you for tuning in this week. Thank you for everyone out there. Who is a member even those who are not in our. Maybe just thinking about it. You know it we love you and os feel like you can send us a message on twitter <hes> if you love to get in contact with us. I'm at the oh that flow as andy said he's added not co or you can hit us up both at material podcast in the meantime. We hope everybody has a lovely next seven days and for those in the u._s. a lovely four day weekend three weekend. Hopefully some of you have forty weekends ooh.

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"p._r" Discussed on Velvet’s Edge

Velvet’s Edge

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"p._r" Discussed on Velvet’s Edge

"Oh you might be kind of good at this and not just like anybody singing like that was the first time i'd really had that like feedback from other people and i think an i'll be curious what this moment was for youtube because i think everyone has to have a moment where fire someone else outside of themself affirms donyo longing or that thing that you have that curiosity you have about you. You know a certain field or a passion you have very few people can do it with only their own. I don't like their own. Axe is total. You're looking good at that. Yeah you should do that yeah or have you ever thought about this. You've got to have some other voices. I think encouraging you. I think so too. I think it's a similar. I had a similar just path to what i do now because i didn't think about it as a job i always knew i was really interested in red carpets and what people were and what their hair make up look like but i got a p._r. Degree you yes okay. So when did you start were. When was that first moment when you were like wait maybe eighty. That's a career so i came to nashville to do an internship when i was in college of nashville and i just loved the music industry and i was super drawn to that but i still thought august c._p._r. But then you move here and you know kind of like what you're saying not everyone makes it. It's really competitive. There weren't that many jobs at that. Time was a super small industry. I didn't know anybody so it was like all the people from belmont or vandy who had the connections in the industry are whose parents were in the industry. They were the ones who got the first time jobs you know so. I decided to start hustling and i did get a job in p._r. But hated it and luckily during that tom another makeup artist who was just like hey i need an assistant and i don't know what you're doing but you want to just calm and i was like yup. This groceries even live here anymore. Her name is alana. Yeah okay so you're assisting so this is assisting and i just started learning and realizing how much i love that world still is like maybe i'll new wardrobe or maybe i didn't know what it was specifically that i wanted to do and now i think that's why i feel a little bit of all of it. Yeah was that kind of so when you finally finally like someone was like oh you're pretty good at this. What was the next step. What did you do. I think so. I was still in college and i was still got my degree. I was graduated graduated. I was studying for the el sat which is the entrance exam law school and i was starting to write songs at home and my free time and my husband has been jeff. We got married right out of college. Jeff would make me. I had never played out really so..

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"p._r" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"p._r" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"People. Come out and you know hopefully that happens as a result of this. I have no idea if it will but you know. I think it's important that that those who are you at the point in their lives that they're willing to talk about it. The i think it's important that we talk about it and have that conversation. Have you met that any other. Do you know of any other yeah. I mean i've i have a few friends in the sport who are <hes> mainly back. At the short track level of people i grew up with <hes> i do know a few but they aren't exactly out yet out to me and some friends but not to their families or to the public at large judge you've seen racing pretty much throughout your life and from a local level now to a national level. Does it seem like it is more accepting now than say when you're going to dirt races in ohio is a kid. You think there's more general acceptance i mean i think so just because now that i'm in adulthood and kind of working in the highest level of the sport i kind of see it a lot more whereas growing up it was more you're told this stereotype of what racing is and what the the fans and the people involved in racing really are and that you know that they aren't accepting in that. It's more cool like a redneck sport and yeah you you kind associate that like the southern redneck roots of racing with homophobia whether that's true or not that's how we associated and now that i'm like really working in the sport i see pass loose stereotypes and pass those generalizations and i've really it come to realize that most people within the sport you know are just average people they. They don't care they. Just they want you to be you and if you're who you really are to them than the respect you for that <hes> i'm sure you'll have fans who don't always agree but you'll have that in any any sport any aspect of life. You're gonna have people that that are that way so you know i don't think that yet that's exclusive to racing by any any means <hes> but i definitely would say that at least in terms of my own perception that racing has advanced quite a bit and whether whether that is because it actually has or whether it's because i now am kinda old enough to see through the stereotypes of it. I'm not quite sure but i i would like to think that it has for sure any instances in which you would have felt comfortable expressing yourself for who you are being true to people who you know or don't no no we any instances where the environment would have felt that way i mean i think you always kind of think about it. You know when you're you're at a track or whatever her say you. You have a boyfriend year. You're out. The track together. You know is it. Is it really an environment where you feel like you can walk around holding that. Person's hand and people aren't gonna look at you weird or say something to you. <hes> and i'm cut the point in in my life where i don't really care. I would do it anyway but you growing up definitely always thought about that of like you. Is that something you can do. Can you have a normal relationship. Gyna- girl can walk around holding hands anywhere and no bats an eye but you know two guys or two girls walk around holding hands at a race or are they going to get looked at weird and i think thank you will by some people but you know a lot of people are gonna see you as as people and not judge you for that right off the bat so if there's an environment like that ryan where you can be at a racetrack and just be who you are and be comfortable with it that would certainly send a message conclusion and you work work in p._r. And marketing and you know about nascar's efforts to try to gain as many fans as possible so how important is it for nascar maybe to send that message of inclusion to potentially fans who might be gaming when we had hurley haywood on this podcast and he talked about that he believes there is a large segment sigmund of the gay population that would be attracted.

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"p._r" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"p._r" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"As a supporting player in the nomadic nascar circus in which a few thousand people wander around the country each week to put on races so in that vein the guest on this episode also is a part of that circus and has a much lower profile than most of the people who have been on the nascar n._b._c. Podcast ryan hinds works in p._r. And digital and video content for stewart haas racing he has been around racing for most of his life and he also has been out as a gay man for many years in more than twenty years of covering auto racing. I've done many stories on nascar's efforts to diversify bye bye becoming more appealing to minorities and women both as a place to work and as a place to become a fan with a few exceptions. There haven't been as many stories stories about those in the l._g._b._t._q. Community who work in and are fans of nascar as well so when ryan approach me through an intermediary about wanting to share his story. I certainly was interested in hearing it and asking ryan about what it's like being an openly gay member of the nascar community how much he's been welcomed whether nascar can do more for inclusion and how difficult it might be very high profile member in nascar to come out ryan is very articulate and and clearly has thought through a lot of these topics so i appreciate the perspective he brought when we tape this last month at n._b._c. Sports charlotte and here's here's our conversation ryan. Thanks for being here. Thanks for having me and they wanna talk about why you're here but before we do that i i want to talk about what you do and how you got in the racing yes so this year i am the coordinator later of brand continents haas <hes> day to day job is really coordinating chase brisk schedule <hes>.

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"p._r" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"p._r" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"I think and obviously at that time like baseball to kind of get you through the war years ears or at least that was the idea behind continuing to play baseball whereas you would not have that with with the strike so i don't think i could really maintained attention now. There might be you know at a certain point. Do you come back like maybe there's lingering bitterness but do you just decide you know what i like like baseball and this is the best baseball. That's being played the pet space all i'm going to get at a certain point you figure well. These actually are the best baseball players who would be in the league anyway anyway. 'cause you know age. They would have come up and other guys would have aged out and so you know that was an unfortunate episode but <hes> time has has has fueled the wound and right at the wrong now. We're watching big league baseball again the way it would have been boy. If i say yes <hes> <music>. I'm trying to figure out if that if that makes me s cab like how many years how many how many owners and it's not the same commissioner and it's like the people around so what are they paying these replacement players at this point. How many years are we talking. What are they paying them like. Do they have a cba. Are they being paid like stars. This is hard. Uh yeah yeah you'd have to start a new league. Maybe from scratch just to get rid of the stain of the old one. Oh ooh wow yeah. I mean i don't. I don't it's hard. I would say basically anything realistic if you're talking about anything within five years or so <hes> if you're telling me that hundreds of the world's best players are not playing <hes> then i you know ben at maybe those players would start therein leak they probably would and you'd be more inclined to watch that then honestly i'm gonna need to see it. I'm gonna need to see it before. I can tell you how it would feel uh-huh i can't do this. It's too hypothetical yeah well. I'm glad this didn't happen twenty five years ago so that one of the things that came up when the n._b._a. N._b._a. had their work stoppage a few years ago. I would always here i would. I felt like this was the theme of all the coverage of it was like who's got the public on their side. Who's winning lina p._r. Campaign and i am trying to figure out if that actually matters if if that if the reason that that gets written about a lot is because so you know we're sports writers and we like to we have to keep score somehow <hes>..

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"p._r" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"p._r" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

"Starting starting price phone. I just don't i just don't do. There's nothing here for me to recommend so part of that. That was last week. I wanted to thumb my nose at the youtube algorithm but also i didn't want to spend any time at the peak of note ten video oh reactions and responses feeding the media machine which is just gonna put out more videos about note the note ten launch why i'm not doing doing a samsung video well. I'm not going to do a standalone note ten video. I'll i'll talk about it here on the podcast but i'm not gonna set up my cameras cameras and expand this effort and do my reaction response samsung. P._r.'s never gonna send me one of these things and if i do get my hands on one i'll review view it. I'll review it. I review every other phone. It'll be a longer term examination. I'm gonna talk about the audio how much it sucks to lose a headphone jack on a phone on that really isn't for creators anymore and i'm gonna talk about the camera attack which they make the claim that it's a professional grade camera but they've removed move most of what makes a camera professional and they've instead built it on a whole series of gimmicks going back to how we used to have all of the obnoxious noxious modes fireworks mode and food mode will now we have a i mode and steady camera mode but professionals don't do that professionals set their exposure and lock it off or they have manual focus when they shoot video or they plug in a microphone usually using some type of like our own three point five millimeter jack so they can make a better product something that is insanely nice about <hes> using an algae right now and is super disappointing about.

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"p._r" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"p._r" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Stay in bed 'cause you're. I wish to your core business proposition the elevator pitches yes understanding and knowing what it is that makes fix your business differentiating and so. Let's say we know what they are. I know green glass manufacturing. We cut outstanding customer service. We've got on flexibility flexibility and scale ability and we have tremendous logos and <hes> referenced simple clients. Let's say those are my three great differential so anti radar is to tell my prospects in bisbee these days you can use the things that we've already paid our taxes to support. Oh when you fill up the census the census tells you all the businesses to fill out and explain what they do so if i have a customer let's say for the moment moment. <hes> abe lincoln and i were in engineering school together. <hes> i g plant we made light bulbs if i have placed my product in manufacturing plant and they were successful with it i can go online and i can find out every other light bulb manufacturing cering plant in the country i can now specifically target is in charge of the different areas of responsibility and why this would be a benefit to them but i have to do my homework. I know it works and who else would use. This have to do our homework. I clearly agree with view their bill. That's for sure you know it does seem that there are also a lot of out doing our homework nego an ethical issues that are popping up in be to be and beat his see. We certainly know about that. Coach california's in the works with judy p._r. Coming up as far as legislation in europe. There's some other states are also talking about some legislation. We're looking at controlling our online environment. What are you seeing seeing the to be as anything going on in the b. two b. legal or ethical that you're seeing some that consumer challenges blowing over into beat all the company. I'm working with now. That is not pro. Bono was nice and they are being buffeted by a material material cost increases out of blue because of certain war zones and also by the tariffs brought about out by political maneuvers the question becomes it is not possible for companies to absorb those but do your customers in an open and transparent relationship do do they know how you will respond. It's not like cindy. I'm sorry but we have to raise your price sixty five percents. How's the weather there. Well thank you with a quick breaks palton introduce you all back to w._v._u. And when we come back doc i'd like to talk a little bit about metrics and data. We all said data's everything and metrics and we know the what we teach and preach at w._v._u. So so bill. I'd like you to think about while on break some of the strategies that can be used to measure in being bean especially <hes> <hes> in an environment where you have channel partners and maybe not a relationship between byron solemn so think about that a little bit well. I pass back to paul for a quick. The break and while.

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"p._r" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"p._r" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"It was actually recommended to me by a by a female who worked there and i said hey thanks for that recommendation. Fucking sandwich was amazing and she's like oh. You know sauce says us come what we do here which we recommend good and i was like okay cool. You know what are you doing. When you get off work and <hes> she's like hey. We're going to go grab a drink. <hes> all of us at the bar right next door. I said okay cool. We'll we'll connect and she was a cool very very <hes>. Normal <hes> seem normal person normal girl <hes> good-looking girl <hes> very good service very good person. She's terrific person and basically we met up at this bar and <hes> we ended up having a lot in common so we ended up. I ended up saying hey would you like a tour of my <hes> my place and and she said sure after the bar closes. I'll have a tour your place so she <hes> came back to my place and things started getting interesting. <hes> it and i was like you know i was open to it and <hes> so you know everyone knows what it's like. When things start getting interesting start getting interesting well. She stops me in the middle of activities and she says to me. I have a question in to ask. You and this may seem weird. I said okay go ahead. Go ahead she's like. Are you sure sure you won't think i'm weird. I'm like you fucking. Keep telling me you're fucking weird and the question fucking weird just fucking say it already. She said you know okay and we we were sexually active and she says to me she says i want to lay on my back and i want you to on my chest said what the fox you just say to me. Because you know who who in sacks to me you know they they don't they don't they don't they don't mix and they're probably the two most disgusting things things. She says i would really love it. How would really love it if you if you put on my chest and i said you gotta get the fuck outta here. You're fucking nuts. You're fucking out of your mind. Get get off my fucking bed and literally as i'm fucking just shoeing her like a fucking fucking rodent off my bed. She's like will you with lease peon me. I so i said what the fuck is the matter with you. You want me to pull on your chest. Now you want me to fuck in p._r. New i said what the fuck is wrong with your head what the fuck is wrong. She said just pleased before i if you're going to kick me out just pee on me. I said the oil you really are gonna fucking. Push me after yes to get now you. You wanna get peed on. I said come here. I pulled her in my bathroom and i put her in my shower and i just grab my dick and i started pissing all over her her and i said now you now you can fuck leave and she was satisfied. She was satisfied bro. She was so fucking sat sexually satisfied from getting pissed on and i was pissing honor because i had been drinking and i just i just started fucking you know moving up the magic wand all over from head to toe d- everywhere as pissing pissing all over and and basically gave her an old bath towel. I put it around. I said get the fuck outta here and that was that was a story that didn't have to do with this. The how can how can you feel good about in pakistan. Let's say like i can't rationally make sense of of how that arouses somebody. She wanted to get booed on she wanted. She wanted to get hurt. Well she had rather large you know br breast and she wanted to get put on and i did in some some google research after this incident which her cat which troubled me from i guess some people are into that i guess fecal matter sprinkled all over their body.

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"p._r" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"p._r" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Just kind of you know somebody recommends you for a tiny bit of work tiny bit more all right before I knew I was in P._R.. Marketing so by sort of two thousand and five say by twenty three. I was running the P._R.. Department of a bigger marketing walked in company with sort of eight to ten staff and lots of responsibility and budgets and things. I'm just entirely by accident so by the time I had kind of given up to do blocking full time I was a specialist in digital because that's what I'd grown up with and so I was looking after kind of digital marketing marketing strategy for fairly boring companies like telecoms energy companies and things that we were creating this lovely engaging stuff putting out there and then people going Moi's mobile come today and it was kind of slightly disheartening creativity was quite disheartening say to take kind of every all the skills that I learned but then used I used them in a way where I could speak directly with my audience know stakeholders no sign of and then based on their response allow that to inform what I wrote next but still in a way that I wanted you too nice utterly addictive. Let's go a little bit. Can we go back to leave school at twelve that's. I don't think I've ever heard that before but obviously it worked out really well. So why why did you want to. Did you want to come out of school and go into home schooling. Yeah I loved primary primary-school. I was always kind of ahead so I think I was an early developer. So I was super smart at school. I think now everyone's kind of caught up a little bit and I'm not quite genius. I was the kid but I was an early developer and they let me be so they gave me extra maths books. They let me do extra reading. Let me read whatever I liked and it was is lovely and didn't have to worry about anything and I went to secondary school and it was all very structured and never from that point onwards to now. Have I coped well with kind kind of really structured environments hated working opposite hated being at school secondary school so it just made me really really miserable and I and my mom news I was very much a self starter and say I mean there was really horrible times and I play it down now but as a mom myself the amount of crying and weeping being an actor hopelessness fell kind of twelve obviously had a massive impact on my mom and say yeah and so she took me out and it was actually great for me because I could it just focus on what they wanted to focus on and I really loved learning my mom was doing a psychology degree at the time and she often she became a college lecturer Atra by us to help kind of right out her vision cards and things so I'd also be reading these kind of degree in psychology textbooks which gave me so much freedom and I still to this day <music>. I'm just I don cope well with that kind of organized system so it worked really well for me in the same way as blogging and everything does now yeah. I think it's really really fascinating that if you you were always slightly ahead of the curve to then suddenly put into like battery chicken school system where this is what you will do in this twelve months. I think it's changed a lot now. This was when was that it was nine thousand nine hundred eighty three. I started secondary school and I think it was only just beginning that schools would understand for example dyslexia so I'm not dyslexic. I remember any child that was struggling was put into the remedial reading group at Primary School. They could have all sorts of challenges it could contention challenges autism for example..

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"p._r" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"p._r" Discussed on Double Toasted

"P._r. for his is new elections and you just think that people to pick on trump finally always bring this back to trump what do you think the shit comes from and what do you think like i say what do you think's gonna happen anybody else with this surge of white supremacy and domestic terrorism from them they would come out and address it even conservative even g._o._p. i._p. member would come out and say you know i i i think it's terrible what has happened and is current surge of these people they made any names that are name these people these terrorists they might not labeled as white as white supreme but they will say these terrorists are these are this this this sudden surge of violence we have could we we must at least talk about it but he won't do it because he encourages it fuck this dude man and fuck anybody that looks like it looks like i'm talk like him smell all of that man it's is sick sick man see with the jettison right now miracles dangerous before trump gun office but more so now <hes> not like it is now i'd i'd i hi <hes> i have to argue with that i mean yeah american dangerous but not on the fucking political level we have it right now uh let's see what is this i'm sure people like genocide nobody's coming to save the union <hes> look at this right here nine year old tino u._s. citizen girl detained today's eighteen year old latino u._s. a citizen detained twenty three days tino christian kids and adults concentration camps with his friendly media says is racism pure and simple they went after undocumented white people just as actively <hes> we have they have a different argument but the truth is painfully clear it is you know something just because we bring it up because a lot of people you know devise even it's sad because it divides people even more because you know you want to say because when you say like a white supremacy white people they do that if people think you generalize all white right nobody means i'll white people but the even the language itself and you address it is divisive because people take it that way people get them on an offensive you it's a man as the man is a cancer the fucking cancer for this country might mike put this on youtube non give a fuck about making any money from it at all because people need to hear this shit completely whereas malcolm actually talking about awesome i put up a malcolm mixed lip i don't see this right here the worst thing about trump's presidency isn't what we learned about him is what we've learned about ah family and friends disturbingly true mattel you something a lot of people already knew i'll away people thought about racism was we've been thinking recently gone to anybody truly truly truly believe racism was was was extinct a gone are solved you know maybe the people thought it was better until you know to the point where why are you complaining you're not slaves and you fucking the white woman what's wrong with you i mean you you know but <hes> ask anybody who has had to be raised around racism experienced and you know it was always there anything if we can the only great thing about trump being offices that if we can get him out without doing what i'll do any further damage in learning and learning learning from the things that he's exposed because that's the one great thing that he's done he's exposed a lot of people who didn't think that that that level of racism was out there he brought it out to the front i'm glad people got to see it i mean i think it's terrible that people have to die behind i don't want that but people seem very ugly side of america that was always they're always there what y'all let me talk to this man here for iran i don't know if iran still up on those late where he is but i mean he's in toronto so you still there phone dairies run you still airman let me play this clip right here well i think that senator goldwater is.

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"p._r" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"p._r" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Dot Com. It's M. as in Mario P._R._I.. C. A. Dot Com and you'll see what we're talking about here. The layout the scores the risk that is read for below average outcomes. There's yellow for fair outcomes green for excellent outcomes and at the very least go get a feel for what things could be in healthcare today as it relates to outcomes as a consumer. If you're an employer think about the value that you're getting for your health care for your employees and is does it measure up to do what you're paying for. These are the things that we got to be thinking about as people that are consumers of health care and I think which Shaquille and his team put together is exemplary Shaquille. Tell us a time when you made a mistake or failed. Take us to that moment and what did you learn to make impure much better or just your approach in healthcare excellent. Thanks for the question kind of puts me on the spot as a startup company. Mistakes are kind of what we have for breakfast so sometimes sometimes it's hard to pick out one that really stands out but I I would offer up an example of our getting excited about this idea of sharing cost savings that would accrue from picking the best value provider with the employees in impotent killer what I think we did not choose well or decide well was to invest in a platform technology that would make these these cost savings offers directly to.

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"p._r" Discussed on Customer Equity Accelerator

Customer Equity Accelerator

13:32 min | 1 year ago

"p._r" Discussed on Customer Equity Accelerator

"Help me discuss this topic is early polls are Lee is a DP and if you haven't heard that term before it stands for data protection officer and it's a term you should definitely know and she works at the customer data platform. 'em Particle arly welcome to the show thank you for having wonderful to be here we met years and years years ago and the digital analytic space and I just watched your career with aw what I've noticed is that you are really amazing in the deep ways that you think about this space so can you tell listeners a little bit more about how you were originally drawn Ron to the topic of privacy yes absolutely well. It's actually a funny story and I have to confess that it's because of rob note you might <unk> for the movies we watched many many years ago in almost house fire but basically rob note about privacy in the West Wing One of my favorites American shows and it was once he started talking about privacy that I got interested and decided that it was it's time to start looking at the single C._p._r.. That was evolving <hes> but before that actually I alarmed bell rang a bits in my head's as as you mentioned I have a background digital not addiction it was when the Google acquired doubleclick back in two thousand seven. That's a couple of years ago now and it's also where I I heard the names of some people I actually have mets along the way in privacy today it so that was kind of shift from well digital another takes towards data protection privacy but by background is actually econometrics statistics so I love data and I I went to the Internet like anybody else who loves data because there was a lot of data there so long story short I co-founded my first startup with my ex-husband. We were one of the first coop <unk> thick certify consultants consultants in Europe and we sold that company two thousand eight and we moved to Spain and basically I exchange that startup for two wonderful kids and were now a bit grownup they still privacy actually and I watch his regulation <unk> level and this was actually brought about by two amazing women. I'm Vivian reading and Navy crews Wiz also Dutch like me so you know the G._D._p.. Are came into force in two thousand eighteen rights. Actually the ink was dry in two thousand sixteen so typically takes two years before enforcements and <hes> negotiations had been going on for about five years with thought five five thousand more amendments for the P._R.. It's it's really an incredible story. How the G. Kyar came out that you've made a movie artist bits so you can actually find movie which is called mccosh Dad? That's how cool dose of democracy and which talks about how it came about. It's it's really interesting. We will linked to that in the show notes wonderful so tell us a little bit about what your team specifically does as a data privacy officer. What do you think about on an everyday basis so today I sit between Mainly Two Different Worlds <hes> surfing digital data because this is where real comfortable as a data protection officer for the customer data platform for in particular with New York but I still spend quite a lot of time in Brussels and maybe talking about ethics so maybe just a bit about the ethics parts it's comes through the fact that I was part of the Ethics Advisory Group A European data protection supervisor ethics is something that has been on the table for the past year? Probably we started in two thousand sixteen big asked us was actually a bunch of philosophers and to kind of Beta he took geeks amongst me to the ground upcoming ethics discussions and so the initial question was about now that the Judy byard is there what's next and this is what we're currently living in our oldest discussions about eight I hi it's about ethics about logo rides and things scientists. I'm so we published a paper following this it was will be conference in October. Last year. Where apple spoke facebook spoke really really interesting racing to hear from their other works in Brussels amongst which being part of European Center for privacy in Cybersecurity out of the mistake university were also teach in their G._P._O.? Courses so that's one hats shots where <unk> living in Brussels anymore has been has my time soon broncos. The other ads is actually being data protection officer for impartical where I report to the C._O.. And worked together with the project management offers to first of all sure that we are compliance or ask compliance as possible with the G._D._p.. Are So the thing is the G._D._p.. Are It sir regulation. It's law is not the technic poor requirement so you spend a lot of time trying to understand understand what it needs to be compliant. It's really very interesting. Collaborative efforts from the entire companies make sure that we are as combines as possible in after over a year we are now moving more towards. I decide here of competing privacy with initiatives such as for example open G._D._p.. Are which is an open source framework to pass data subject requests through the digital ecosystem as we all the tools are linked and the data's being transferred and not only cookies missile server connections as decays and things like that now. I assume we can link to your paper that you mentioned. I think you call it toward digital ethics and maybe a link to open G._D._p.. Are that you just talked about would be nice as well so we'll add those links into the show notes. It's some Guitar Open Judy P._R.. Is Is there on guitar. It's open for comments and shared it with facebook also also a couple of weeks ago as they shared their data portability project as well excellent excellent so let me just ask you this question based on a couple of weeks ago. It was on vacation. Thank God and my friend gave me this book that I had not read and usually I'm reading books about technology and our industry because it moves so quickly but she recommended this book which was fairly fictionalized and it's called the circle and it and basically walked somebody through the breach of trust and privacy by a fictional tech company though I have to say it sounds a lot like some of our big silicon valley companies and so it really got me thinking about how are we trade privacy for convenience every day a share my location with ways and Google tells me the store will be closed when I might arrive and even the local grocery store has a giant camera in my face at self-checkout so in our field field where we're thinking about customer analytics. We always want more data. We always want to try to understand that customer journey in order to make the marketing more timely and targeted you know more relevant but that's really gotta be balanced with privacy. So how do you think companies and mentioned a lot about different countries so maybe even countries. How should they be thinking about privacy? Why I think generally speaking <hes> first of all it? It should be a holistic position from companies to say well. You know there's this thing called G._D._p.. are where suddenly the risk of using data is very difference the fines before the generally prediction regulation where maximum half a million euros in in Spain and the United Kingdom <hes> this now moves towards maximum fines four percent global turnover or twenty million euros whichever is higher by it might have heard the intense to find this week by the Information Commissioner's Office in the U._K.. For British Airways and we are talking about one hundred eighty three million pounds estimated and marriage also is around ninety nine million pounds so suddenly this risk changes. The risky equation changes what we could say before the G._D._p.. Are On the directive was well even though we might not be doing the right thing. You know we get a fine. It's it's not at-bat something else so so that is that has really changed in the G._D._p.. Or even the Federal Trade Commission talks about this. It's the fact that's when we talk about personal data or P I it used to be. We don't collect the is so it doesn't apply to us. The thing is the scope of watch personal date R._P._I.. Is is getting broader and the G._D._p.. Are for example talks about I._P.. Addresses cookies Mac addresses awesome things like that so we have to start taking notes of what's the G._D._p.. Are No so the privacy regulation is about and so I think awareness is typically the first step to start thinking about this because the risk actually exists and it's it's interesting. When you say out of send you know we used to collect everything in trying to figure out what we're going with this? A lot of companies are starting to move away from this and they will watch lots. Can I collect that. I can explain because what the G._D._p.. Are It's room for he'd rights of the subject so citizens you me our children. Our parents are family or friends where they can complain and say hey. I don't agree and we've seen this also evolution with technology where people kind of find certain things clearly so. Do we really want to go towards. Let's collect as much as possible. Let's let's see what we do with the dates or do we want to make sure that in the long run we use daytime enough quality way to support business decisions and also certainly fuster trust for customers so it's interesting to see we go back to this idea of customer lifetime value that some of our snow statisticians have loved for many years but having greedy seeing surf immune digital. There are so many fascinating points in what you just said and I I. I WANNA circle back to a couple of things. One is the scope of P._i.. Broadening I think in general I oftentimes see technologies in the Mar- tech space that are reliant on some things that we might consider. Consider P._I.. So for example there was a company that I saw recently that was connecting your I._p.. Address from your tablet or your mobile phone with what you are watching on T._v.. At the time so that they could more or less closed loop with whether ads were actually being viewed by people or not and to me that seems like an area where people might not know their privacy is being breached but is highly at risk for the P._i.. Definition for for not being able to do this kind of tracking yep absolutely this is also where there is not a similar view between the two continents. We represent here in the sense that U.. S. Legislation Asian decider a P._I.. which is a single variable are defined by each U._S.? States <hes> privacy legislation is based on this idea of noticing consents. I tell you what I do. You agree or you don't it's if they could delete it. Stems European data protection is grounded in this idea that if you process personal data it should be lawful so we have pushed lots on this idea of consent are actually six ways to make a processing awful unbelievably P._R.. eprivacy regulation that something else but lawful processing puts basically the responsibility within companies to say well if you want to use this data is the new oil. You have to to make sure that you do that in the low for way. It's very different from this idea. I tell you what you do you agree or don't so noticing consensus versus low for processing and also in Europe grounded in this idea of human riots. I have a right to kind of privacy within the charter. Elemental rights is a very different way of looking at <hes>. I guess that's where the I have right to be forgotten. I have a right to tell you that you can't process my the data even if I have given to before absolutely so this idea for example so we're so focused on consent but it's not only above gathering consent is social about allowing you to retrieve your consent. If you change your mind rights and I think that's where the California Privacy Protection Act goes but correct me if I'm wrong there yeah so the C._p._a.'s going very similar direction to the Judy P._R...

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"p._r" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"p._r" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"Most of those guys like they look at Yoga and you're like that's not for me. That's you know that's Hippie. That's <hes> for women for women first of all for women in his hippie women <hes> that drink coffee wear and eat avocado toast or titles and we're not knocking any of that but I'm saying that is the the the reception yes especially from from the from the male sampling. That's what I'm trying to nature because I probably unit like that in a lot of people listening to it when I when we said those things there there is lit up smile again enabling vision person <hes> that they know that does yoga dislike but it's not you your man. Jack Shredded Doing Yoga on. How did that work out lake? You know your friends your your other your other. The people around you yeah just started going on okay to started going my mom. That's how I started going to my mom power class. When I first started doing yoga with super fast paced was a hot class? I looked at it as a great work okay. I was still not workout mentality right from me. I got into Ghost Yo yo what a yoga or the hardest. My mom was going to the hardest classes she would invite me. I'm going but when you do that in just fly by these poses really fast. Don't get the alignment down. You don't understand how the body mechanics supposed to work as opposed to a slower flow class or class where you go out to sit in these poses and build the strength there you actually get the alignment down and how traditional yoga is Yoga's not designed to be like just a workout okay and I was going there was a cardio. How so the feeling outdoors it was like an endorphin because of all the he you're moving your heart beating really really fast? It's like Yoga's at the end. It's like meditative. <unk> felt in power like you just had a Greek workout. That's how oh I got into it and then I started getting more into like I feel like I need to go. I asked the instructor she said Yeah. You should come to the Hatha class which is not as fast paced slower got really into that in such a meditative experience once you get all the alignment down because then you don't have to think about what your body has to do and you just move with your breath which separates yoga from a lot of other exercise which you know you exercise Lotta Times go on even aware of their brand. You know they listen to music. I listen to music like when you work out. You're not really in tune with your body. As much as you should be a said no because you're not aligned with your breath reminds polly wandering. You're listening to music. That's you know for me. I listen to rock when I work out aggressive music to get the AW yeah. There's nothing wrong with amazing. I still do that three times. A week. I lift weights rock music. That's my outlet for certain aspects of me. One type of energy yeah exactly that that's different Yoga's a different vibe I because once you get all the alignment down and you flow with the breath it becomes a moving meditation which just open your opening up a yoga's an art. This is the interesting thing that most people don't know. Most people think Yoga's for women. I thought that you thought Ah do yoga. Yoga pants like that's why Yoga is you know in Yoga was actually originally designed by men four men. I can India when this was designed and all these Yogis we're going on in the in the woods woods and practicing yoga and like gift real. This is how yoga started these guys would go out there and meditate and then because they came so aware they realized that tension in their body doesn't allow them to meditate <hes> and goes deep because they're just sitting in our ours. Our body gets tense so they yoga was intuitive. It just started by these yogis Super Meditative moving in varies simple patterns and stretches which became more and more developed until the warrior poses triangle and in common poses we have now that it started from with men <hes> four men and women were forbidden actually time to even do yoga so it's like okay okay is not Manley will grow a yoga was made for managed by men were men yeah. This is for <unk> originally designed spiritually to allow for meditation. Go deeper so once you get all the alignment down and you understand the <unk> body mechanics and you connect with the breath move with the breath breath every time spiritual experience for you whatever that means for you know you're opening up your body very patterns like you're opening up energy channels <unk> Shaqra system. That's what Yoga Kinda believes in which in reality in science all that is is you have specific areas in your neuro endocrine system like you know your dreams your solar plexus which has a lot of nerves your heart lot of nerves. Your thyroid <unk> just nerve unbundle is that correct a lot of different processes that can get stuck our spine misaligned or any little thing hold a lot of anger tension in our bodies. What Yoga's designed to do is clear that up release the blockages of your energy and so it's really powerful once you get into it and for me as a man it was so much powerful because here I am the lifting weights still getting after at the gym still killing it you know like lifting heavy dead lifts bro Split Workout and then I would also go to yoga and get really into my body really into the breath so it was a way of channeling all my energy like Muslim like Dragon Ball Z like training in this zen kind of way of moving your body so then you have force later on yeah well? I WANNA so so that Super Powerful because you know yogurt something that I'm I've been doing a more regularly but the the physical self-awareness Ernest has get out of it. I think is something that had for a long time. So I think the value here from you know having the Yoga as part of your training if you're still doing the strength based type lifting like if you're going chasing power how a numbers are chasing P._R.'s supplementing your training with the Yoga in in being able to harness the energy that you meeting in the focus so intently on one specific thing in here's run going is I if I'm GonNa go squad or I'm GonNa go enter does not chasing a P._r.. On having the ability to meditate for a few moments which are skills that I can learn through yoga training are going to enable me you better to perform now if I'm going to get more out of my entire body by spending a few moments in a slight meditation at maybe something I learned from a yoga class do kind of agree in terms of that yeah that's used or as you moving to a yoga practice in its Reno you have good teacher and it's good sequence and the music's good and you're on your breath and it's just all good experience insights to come. He just had insights the end of Yoga class <unk> Bosnia which it's can range from five some people do ten minutes teachers ten. I do allow seven minute meditation where you're laying there. You've just had your whole practice and I just dropped whiz. Drop the things that I've learned along the way to help them because they're in such a like a state of mind which their body would absorb a lot and they just opened up all these you know their body channels feel great they connected with the breath left and then to end with that laying attention. Go you have like amazing music for this. This is this is fascinating to me because I never never heard yoga class kind of broken down with like the flow and structure other than I the way that I view everything. There's <hes> it was intended. There's a reason mind anything you see. That's given to you in the world. There's a brain behind that that's created in. It's designed to do something to some very interested in maybe your <hes> in your process of of designing a yoga class like in like the piecing of exercises together if I'm going way above and beyond your head heading it on the head. There's a structure to it yeah so so <hes> so. How does that work in how did you maybe maybe find yours if it is yours in what is it? What is it set to to conflict? If I'm if.

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"p._r" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"p._r" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You're not going to get much feedback from him they may all have, like, five conversations between now and the end of the season he's not going to this isn't like Paul George walking. In where you can start recruiting him and he's engaging the Spurs had Leonard for his first, few years and nobody really knew him very well he doesn't allow you to get to know him well and that, will be a challenge for messiah Jerry that'd, be a challenge for Nick nurse speaking of. Challenges fits yes questions from this number one why would there be a source telling the sporting news or anyone else soon as trade. Went down that he, didn't wanna play there. And that he might sit out is that. Because they wanted just float something out there see if there's any chance the raptors are, willing to make a deal with the Lakers get make send. Him there even if the. Spurs, weren't willing. To get, the pieces that they want were, if not, why do we have sources for everything. Under the sun for for without, ever hearing words for him why is Michael, right i'd say he wants to go to the clippers and not the lakers won't says he wants to go to the lakers and one guy says he wants to sit and not playing one guy says he's excited to be there this is a problem for quite not just because he's unwilling to speak and clear anything up but because wherever all these sources are coming from i don't know if it's always with his best interest in mind and if he's being led by anybody other than himself or somebody who has a good business sense and a good p._r. sense he might continue to get himself into the problems that he got into this off season and we don't know a lot about what exactly went down but i'll tell you this much me personally and a lot of other people i've heard from have very drastically changed their opinion of who quiet leonard is over the course of this off season it hasn't served him well well and for anybody that wants to sit back and say he doesn't care about what talking heads have.

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