35 Burst results for "PRI"
How to Build A Business For the Long-Run
"What are the things you look for in a business idea operated cetera and see if it has potential to scale big make big money. I just picked big markets like You know like we jumped in the health and wellness space. We knew that a large majority of americans were fat and overweight and obese and spent a ton of money to buy products like this. So i definitely want to take a big market. I and i know people are willing to spend a lotta money in as kind of like a i. You know. I want to think about. I think about like if you can build unfair advantages or you had some advantage over Over market that that may be some don't have You know. But yeah i would. I would just pick big market like for us health and wellness. It was awesome personal as well. I mean. Chris was really big believer in paleo. Tedo so no during the time when things weren't working and kept him motivated kind of or a bigger a bigger problem to solve. We wanna help one hundred thousand or five hundred thousand women you know Regain their their suds of a pri- inuit whatever it is but i picked big markets first and then just figure out like can i build Can i take a very small segment of that big market and make a business out of it so i would encourage you to think in terms of where is. Where's the money flowing where people readily willing to spend money on certain products or ideas are topics. Yeah nine think. That's a great answer. Hopefully marcus that helped you to your place of bad reception but glad we were able to answer it. We have molly love it. And she wants to know about a coming trend next. Five years in marketing. Hey molly hey. How's it my question and appreciate that. Yeah yeah so. Thank you so much for all this information. That's really super I am brand new and I just wanted to check in and see if you had any thoughts about trends man Not so much trends. But i am. I am super bullish on however you wanna define it. E commerce internet marketing. You know however you wanted to find space that we're in. I am so bullish. Because what i know to be true is that there are just no end number of new places to promote your product whether it's tiktok whether it's you know Emily yesterday says she was crushing it on native networks. But what what i know to be true is there are going to be continually new places to to market product which is super cool and just the rate at which the tools available to us as marketers just seeming seemingly better and better and better and better like i mean. I'm damned with sms cart abandoned. I answered with the idea of sending physical mail out to people. I mean so so we we do live in a world of marketing world where we are just like new marketing waste or reach customers is happening all the time. Different ways to engage them whether it's over email whether it's direct mail whether it's physical location. So i don't know that there's trends so much is but we have a very quickly growing exciting dynamic space to work within and it just opens up huge opportunities for people that can see that stuff and leverage it So yeah i don't know. I mean health and wellness is always a big trend financial crisis. I'm sure the pressure are going. Prepar going crazy right now with what's happening with pandemic stuff so i think if you're opened like listening to the what's happening in the world you can you can do take yearly. Well if you keep both ears open so welcome to the space molly like. It's really great to have you and it's a it's a. It's you'll find really people here that are doing really interesting things and So yeah for sure. I joined this really great mastermind. So i'm really excited about that. But yeah thank you for that. I appreciate your thoughts on it. Been great thanks. Thanks moyer quickly. Want to questions but i say it was interesting talking with my wife. Laura and her her cousin who's a doctor like a Like an er doctor. Remember him as a wedding. Yeah yeah you met him. Yeah he officiated policies out here in vegas. Because they're getting. They're getting married on october. First and sedona other doing their originally going to a whole albert wedding another kind of eloping but yet his bachelor party wife comes in. Gaza comes in today. And so we've seen watt. They're talking about tiktok because he's made a couple of videos on tiktok have just gone like a million half use you million views and it's just like not knowing what he's doing and like one thing there. I don't have to talk at all currently but like on my phone. But it was like lauren like do same way when you like instagram. When you're osha gone on instagram. Five years earlier or later two or whatever it is s happening right now in tiktok. It's like why would you not at least explore play of tiktok and in tiktok. Not you know that will get supplanted by something else. But it's like i like as i get older. I mean i'm really just getting active on instagram in the last month or two executive assistant like posting stuff for me you know i mean we talk about what she's going to post but like but i'm like you know stupid resistant to instagram. A long time. Because i'm like i'm gonna become commodity in my old age you know and it's like i don't know why it's gotta stop doing that. No
DoH coming to Chrome for Android
"Does not going to be able to type it in. DO H. is coming to chrome for. android. Although the desktop releases of chrome? have offered the enhanced security and privacy that many of us love offered by DNS over https. which appeared in chrome three two. Major versions ago? It wasn't added to the IOS or Android wins back then but last Wednesday's chromium blog was titled a safer and more private browsing experience on Android with secure DNS. And I think I would argue that that's a good place to have D- DNS over https. Paraphrasing from Google posting for the sake of Brevity, and to skip a bunch of stuff that we all already know they said. With, Chrome eighty-five. We're extending support of secure DNS in chrome to Android as we did for the launch of D. O. H. on chrome for desktop platforms will progressively roll out do H. on chrome for Android to ensure the feature stability and performance as well as an I think this was significant to help do H. providers scale their services accordingly. As we've talked about the fact that that arguably. Setting up. Persistent. https connections to DNS servers is a significantly more burdensome process for the server than just fielding UDP packets DNS you know traditionally over UDP is incomes a packet and A reply. https involves the whole T. L. S. handshake to set it up, and then you're maintaining persistent session and I don't want to have to do that every time you make a DNS query or a be way slower and nobody wants a performance hit when you get authentication and privacy. But still you're you have to maintain state over at the server end in order to offer this service and that can require the PRI- The providers to scale in order to make that happen. So presumably, there are gonNA be keeping an eye on how well this does and in fact, they talk about that a little bit about the possible need to fall back they they said. android chrome will automatically switch to DNS over https if your current DNS provider is known to support it. And I just hit the space bar by mistake of scrolled. This also applies to your current android private. DNS. That's DNS over. If you have configured one, they said this approach means that we can preserve any extra services provided by your configured DNS service provider such as family safe filtering, and therefore avoid breaking the users expectations making it transparent. They said in this automatic mode chrome will also fall back to the regular DNS service of the users current provider. For example, if you had configured DNS over T. L. S.. In order to avoid any disruption while periodically re trying to secure DNS communication. So presumably, as I said if the provider were become overloaded or stop offering the services for a while, it'll just smoothly drop back to traditional DNS. They said in case this default behaviour isn't suitable to your needs. Chrome also provides manual configuration options allowing you to use a specific provider without. As. Well as the ability to completely disabled feature. They said if you're an IT administrator, chrome will disable secure DNS. If it detects a managed environment via the presence of one or more enterprise policies, we've also added new DNS over https enterprise policies to allow for a managed configuration of security and s and encourage it administrators to look into deploying DNS over https for their users. So anyway, basically, it's what we've what we've seen before. By. well by by chrome and pretty much now, all of the browsers who who are wanting to move their clients and and users from DNS over UDP traditional DNS over to https. So it's just gonNA happen seamlessly chrome will start supporting it if they see that you're using and it comes with a list of known providers. If they see that you've already switched your DNS there than they, they will just upgrade you to. To that provider if that provider is known to offer the service and because it'll be an automatic grade if there's a problem, they'll back you out of it and then in addition once that's provided under chrome for Android, you can also switch it to. Sort of a non automatic mode, provide the IP address and other URL requirements for http or for for D dns over https and start using it so again. To be I think that makes a lot of sense especially when at a mobile devices out roaming around more you're away from home where you're dns has only going essentially never even going. Public at all, it's just to to your own local provider in order to get resolution. So. Good to see this happening, and of course, we've talked about how this is also being rolled out for windows
The Latest Pandemic Shortage: Dumbbells
"Perhaps, you've spent the summer exercising outdoors, and now you're starting to wonder whether you'll be able to keep that up when winter hits after all even though gyms may have reopened where you are many of us are skittish about exercising indoors with a lot of other sweaty hard breathing people a set of weights for home gym or garage or basement more likely seems like a great solution. Yeah. How often do you have a great idea only to realize everybody else's having the same great idea that's what's happening here folks since the early days of the pandemic stationary bikes, treadmills and streaming workouts have been hot commodities demand for one item in particular has driven scarcity dumbbells just try and buy a set the goods a newsletter published by Vox, says, we're in the midst of the great American dumbbell shortage. All right. So it's not like we're talking about a shortage of life saving drugs but if staying fit means not just health but sanity to to you, a dumbbell shortage could be a very serious thing. We feel your pain. Here's what happened according to the fitness fanatics experts at box think way back in your memory on March fourteenth the president declared the pandemic, a national emergency that was A. Friday the very next day ushered in the weekend that America changed. Colleen. Logan. Of icon health and fitness told Box Logan is vice president of marketing for the company which owns nordictrack other fitness brands that weekend they started seeing what she called crazy crazy sales every day in March sales doubled compared to March twenty nineteen. They quadrupled in April and were up six hundred percent higher in May Logan said. Rival bowflex was also inundated like Nordic track. bowflex sells weights along with bigger, more expensive equipment like bikes and treadmills less well known businesses that specialize in strength training are also struggling to meet demand. Visit S PRI site and you'll see sold out labels on Dumbbell after Dumbbell try to buy kettle bell iron balls with handles, and in many cases retailer rogue fitness won't even give you a ship date instead up POPs vague. Notify me button. The level of demand is unheard of as inside Hook writer Tanner Garrity noted people don't even buy this many dumbbells in the middle of winter when they're cooped up and drafting fitness resolutions. The result of these shortages predictable prices are high according to vox a pair of fifteen pound rogue dumbbells that usually costs forty dollars is currently listed on Ebay for one hundred, sixty, nine dollars. The shortages point to a much bigger issue in the American economy before the pandemic, the vast majority of Kettlebells dumbbells and other free weights were made guess where China? That's right China closed factories and highways from January to April when the sudden unexpected surge of interest occurred here. America's existing supply of weights went fast due to closures in China. Well, no new ones could be made much less ship to America. Now, Chinese factories are open again, but they can't keep up with the outsized desire a few companies including. Rogue. Have turned to small American iron foundries to make them here. But few of those foundries are interested in making consumer products like kettlebells. It's expensive and difficult for them to gear up and they fear retailers will give the business right back to China. Once the global economy is fully open again in the meantime experts say the boom and at home. Workouts is no flash in the PAN ninety percent of Americans who work out say they'll continue exercising at home according to a survey by Wakefield research for some those at home workouts will continue to replace the gym. Others will simply add Jim visits to their routine. Regardless that means booming sales and continuing supply chain headaches for Nordic track bowflex and the light. For the lowly exerciser waiting and waiting for that adjustable weights set to arrive it can also mean getting creative. What else can you pump besides iron weights? Well you could try the technique. One robust dad showed off a photo featured by vox lying on the floor. He's balancing his two little girls on a piece of plywood and he's holding over his body. Just, be very careful with those willing little subjects. Okay.
11 Trivia Questions on Singulars and Plurals
"All right. Here we go. Guys eleven questions on singular and plural 's I'll give you the word and what we're looking for, and you give me the answer number one we're looking for the plural of cactus number one, the plural of CACTUS number one. Question number two, the singular of criteria number two, the singular of criteria. Number three on your list, the plural of Prius like the type of car you might drive a Prius number three, the plural of priests. And question number four, the singular of data number four, the singular version of data. Number. Five, we have the plural of vortex, the plural of vortex. And number six, the singular of bacteria, the singular form of bacteria. Number seven, the plural of Alexis number seventy plural of ellipses. Question Number Eight, the singular of nine number eight, the singular of alumni. Question number nine, the plural of phenomenon number nine, the plural of phenomenon. And number ten the plural of Laos number ten to plural of Laos. Your bonus question for singular and plural for two points of your playing along at home we're looking for the singular of Biscardi the singular of the Scotty. Those are all your questions for singular and plural from don airs in San. Diego. California we'll be right back in just a second with the answers. We are back with the answers to singular plural. Let's see what you knew. Number One. The plural of CACTUS is CACTI NUMBER ONE CACTI CSI number to the singular of criteria is criterion criterion like the criterion collection. Those are the single best movies in existence according to their website number three plural if Prius is pre so pri I number three, pre I similar to CACTI number four singular data is a datum datum would datum dat you. Number five, the plural of vortex. VORTICES vortices number six. The singular of bacteria is bacterium bacterium number seven plural of ellipses is ellipses ellipses number eight singular of alumni is alumnus or the female Alumna number eight singular of alumni is alumnus or Alumna number nine. The plural of phenomenon is phenomena phenomena and number ten. The plural of Laos is lice you don't want to get those in grade school and the. Bonus, for two points. The singular of Biscardi, is Bescot Toto shot to my brother Scott Buds who I often call. Scotto.
Prions And Infectious Proteins
"So today's topic is one I've wanted to address for a long time. It's the topic of Priante, a fascinating area of infectious particles that aren't. Alive, it's not it's not viruses or bacteria or or fungus, and in the days of cove it if you really wanted something else to have to worry about him. Here we go. Here's Priante and fascinating topic that has some very interesting routes and potentially some application to a number of important neurological diseases. So we'll say we're speaking with Dr Cassandra Teri. She's a reader in protein pathology at the London Metropolitan University in London so welcome to the podcast Dr Terry. Thank. You Kevin thanks for having me on. Yeah. This is really really good. I really appreciate you. Taking the time to meet with us because this is a topic that I think has. Just, so captivating. And we really need to start with the basics and there's a disease called Kuru. What is Kuru? and. Why is it important for us to understand pre-owned related disease? Okay. Yes. So curry is a really really interesting disease and. is. A disease that was found the tribes of people in. New Guinea. Um. What you what they used to do as part of that culture is when members family members of their tribe. Would die What they would do is they would actually. Senator. Eat parts of the of the of the person that had dead deceased. And And you know many years later when scientists looking into this, what happened was a lot of people down with this strange Strange symptoms the couldn't really work out why so many people within these tribes were getting these symptoms. So. When scientists eventually looked into it to try work out what was going on and they bend discovered the doing this practice this rich listrik cannibalism I'm what happened was essentially. A parts of the body such as. The central nervous system in the brain were eaten. By members of the tribe and those people who you know these parts of the brain. A parts of their body that were essentially infected with prions they got passed on to people who eat within the tribe. So essentially, what's happening is People within this community came down with the same disease Kuru. So it was it's been directly linked to the fact that. Members of this tribe were essentially add contracting this disease by ingesting m other m humans who had this these prions essentially I mean it's a fascinating disease unluckily this. The which list cannibalism has now been banned, it's not been stopped and there's been no more cases of crew and but it from a scientific point of view. It's very interesting to to see the actually this was one of the first reported cases of a transmission of a disease from humans to other humans. So this is why it's really Important to understand Karoo and from a scientific point of view because it shows prions can be transmitted. From humans to other humans. Now, you say, you say prey on and I've always said Priante and I've taken classes where said preempt is this like a tomato tomato thing like a UK okay. I try on other people, call them Priante if complete. Other. Correct pronunciations. Prions you can call them preowneds his. Just wanted to make sure I. got it right because you don't want to talk to a world expert and get it wrong. So that's a by. Could you tell us more about what is a PRI- on? So. They are essentially transmissible at infectious proteins. So they all proteins which are found within your body. And what they do is they can convert into a abnormally folded form of of the protein. And they can actually be transmitted. To species on cools disease essentially an infectious protein possible. It's really interesting stuff. So so you say they're naturally found in the body what is their role in the central nervous system? This is this is really important questions so. Obviously, lots of people, lots of scientists have tried to look at what it actually meant to be doing when they're not on the disease state, and actually if you look at mouse models, if you knock this protein out this off pc prion protein, if you knock your towels in mouse models. Mice. Absolutely. Fine. So exactly what it's doing in the body is not entirely clear. So there's lots of different theories are what it could be doing, but to this day was still not entirely sure what the prion protein does when it's not causing disease.
From Glassblower to Software Developer using Free Coding Resources with Michael Pimentel
Tomato Success with Craig LeHoullier
"You're also like a lot of people this year though you're sort of exploring new territory literally you are but a lot of people. There's been this enormous. I mean I was talking again for that story in. The Times talked to thome stearns of high mowing organic seeds and he was saying they had a three hundred percent increase in Gardner Home Gardener sales this year and some weeks. They were up as much as five times normal week to week. And and so many people gardening garden centers or having bumper business even though with the restrictions and so forth on on on shopping. And so you know you're a little bit of a new gardener too because you're new snow as you're absolutely right and the PRI the perfect timing of our move at a time where you know there are some really real challenges and difficulties with covert. I get to go through and share an experience of what it's like to garden in a new zone in a new area when confronted with New Space. New Decisions to make. So I you know all of us you and I are both and there was many of educators and in garden coaches and people who are trying to inspire new gardeners to stay gardens forever. So I'm hoping that opportunity allows me to share what I'm doing the things that succeed the things that go wrong. I'll be very open about all of it and then learn what. I can about gardening in Hendersonville in my particular yard this year. And we'll make some adjustments next year so I am you know. I've been gardening. Forty years to be able to still be as excited about gardening. Forty years into a hobby is just to me It makes it a very unique cobby. Don't you think and we'll also give people the heads up that you've been doing these really fun which I've been coming to. Instagram lives on Fridays. And sometimes at other times Friday afternoons and you're at NC tomato man on instagram. And you people can like ask you questions the new show us how you're doing things and what stage the plants are out and I mean they can just chime in and say what do I do about this. How do I stay that? What so? Let's talk about some of the things I mean I think in Raleigh you grew in Straw bales and in growing bags that were set on the surface of your very famous driveway. Your driveway driveways right. Yes and where? Where are you growing tomatoes and other things now? Are you growing in daggs in bales? Are you growing in the ground? What are you doing now? So we're we have about a quarter of nacre backyard that is quite sunny and but we have our septic field back there so one of the things I did not rush into is getting a shovel and digging up the soil I learned a lot about container gardening. Straw Bale gardening but will focus mostly in container gardening. And we'll definitely growing. I garden for years and years and years traditional garden. And so you never really forget about that experience. But it's it's a work in progress because I've got. Let's see twenty nine plants planted but another seventy or eighty that needs to get in there and they will probably go into ten gallon. Containers grow bags. You know. Maybe some going container. So it's you're catching me where it's a work in progress and figuring out day by day as I go along. What's the worst thing you ever did to a tomato may? Maybe the worst thing that ever did to to a tomato when it still rewarded me is we do seedling. Sales in the spring and all gardeners have lots of things that you don't sell. Don't get given away get forgotten. They just sit there so I had some sun goals that were at least two months past sales type they were. They were a foot and a half tall of just a stem with maybe a few leaves coming off it and they even. They didn't look very good. So I'd find those and thinking. Oh I've got space for another son Gold and they just bury. It is deep as I can and it leaves out in it produces delicious son go so I guess. The moral of the story is tomatoes. Tough gardeners I think in general especially new gardeners really. Don't WanNa make mistakes and we tend to maybe over care for and baby are plants. And I've learned through the years that tomatoes really do respond well to some tough love along the way. There's very few things that actually will kill them and make them disappear. Some of those things have teeth and But yeah they're very forgiving and You know we'll probably talk through some tips in this in this chat we have about what do you do? What are the things to do to help build in quality from the Front? And what are the things you do over the course of a season to ward off really sad stories and just put a smile on your face at the end of the season. Because you've you've succeeded you've got what you want. You've got delicious tomatoes and on the table in jars in the Freezer. So you just talked about that stretched out spindly overgrown overdue transplant of the Sun. Gold and how you can really deep also up north. We haven't planted because it's been snowing and stuff and even in a lot of other places people quite a bit to the south halfway between you and me or more people have had some frosts recently. It's been really nutty so not to worry. If you haven't planted yet folks I have a friend who even here up north one year. He was so busy with work assignments. He didn't plant tomatoes till July fourth weekend and he had the best rocky ever had but one of the things with an overgrown planners Finley plant like you said is planet really deep because they can make those adventitious roots off the stem right. There are plant. That can do that. So they can. Really root in Super deep not suffocating. It right absolutely and I actually also plant eggplant peppers deeply a As a few friends of call me I tend to be a bit of a rule breaker and yes. I read books and I read blogs but then I kind of put my thinking cap on and I think why can't I try this? And it has helped me to develop some new variations on techniques through the year and You know succeed more often than not. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA plant deep. I plant even a normal six inch. Kind of a seedling. Stout small seedling. That's maybe six weeks or so growing. Muno that I might have grown myself. I plant them deep. Do you take off the lower leaves. Do you create a splash like barrier to get prevents fungal spores from the soil from getting up onto that plant. Like what's your sort of I. How do I put it in the ground? And what am I thinking about? When I'm transplanting? So great question and it's a it's a really wonderful thing for beginners to consider as well because You may you may be looking to garden area. That's been gardened a long time he may be looking at something that you're just digging for the first time yourself. You may have a container. I think it's really good right from the start Your stand we're kind of soil you've got so is it. Does it dream? Is You if you dig a hole in? It rains that rain still there the next day or do you dig a hole in it. Rains and the water gone in five seconds. That tells you if you're to sandy during too quickly you're not retaining water so those roots are always going to be searching or if you've just got so much So much of a barrier to drainage that your roots are literally going to drown the plants. GonNa look like it's dry because it's wilting. But it's actually drowning because it's not getting oxygen so working organic matter and soil and maybe sending the sample off to an extension service just to get an idea if your three main trans n. p. k. nitrogen phosphorus potassium are in good balance At that point on you just dig a nice like you said Various much as the stem as you can or if you dig deep you can dig. How're you can dig diagonal and kind of been the plant in? Berry that stem because of photo tropism the plant grow up right. It may stick out of the ground bent but it will go right up toward the sun. It's almost like a trench and the two thirds of the stem is below. The root ball is at one end. Say at the left and then the most and sort of been the upper part in the upper couples. That's up and then you fill in that trench and your tomato will again. Can you say it will grow up
How Studio 360 Got Started
"Hosting studio three sixty Kurt. Anderson Co founded. Spy magazine was a writer editor. Columnist design and architecture critic and playwright. He'd also just written a novel turn of the century which came out in nineteen ninety nine. The Britain plays. He worked for television. I mean he just was a renaissance person in the arts and in journalism and that was exactly the kind of person we were looking for. That's Melinda Ward the former chief content officer for Public Radio International and creative studio three sixty. And here's Julie Bursting again. I remember that lunch that I had with him when I was interviewing for the job. And he said you know. I've been working with a vocal coach to try to get me to not sound like I grew up in Omaha. That didn't work. Well I said to him. We're firing that person because you need to sound like you if you sound like just yet. Another announcer with a announcer voice. This show is GonNa fail so you gotta sound like yourself. Good Morning. I have realized over the years that I am always. I think much better at this. If I've worked out for Sunday off my super villain name. I speak Spanish. I'M CISCO I need. This is a child to crew. I had a forty five this record in. Oh this is the end and I'm curt Anderson. Thanks very much for listening so for me I was. I would always record Kurt in his sessions and I was in some of his first sessions. And you know he was brand new at doing it. He wasn't sure what P popping was. He didn't know how close to sit to the microphone. He didn't know what a pickup was. It was fun to help someone figure all that stuff out in the interviews. I felt like it took them awhile. Loosen up I'm just GONNA say that. Pairing Him with interesting people felt like the best way to use him so in those early days we just looked for really cool funny interesting people for him to sit down with and that got him excited to come into the office and into the studio and do that and I still remember the day that season Santana came in people do feel a turned off or or indifferent. two images of horror and and war and suffering that they see in that they feel indignant about I think it's comes not because they're blase but because they feel impotent or powerless and I think that's perfectly understandable reaction and I saw Kurt in our conference room and the look on his face of sort of terror was really powerful but I knew he would do a great job but I could see that. This was like the first person we've ever had in the studio that he was a bit in awe of it was just this powerful show about how artists have looked at war since homer and she was phenomenal and he did a great job. Do you feel okay about the new. Whatever you say okay. We show him how current into a lot of different situations that require lots of different levels of sort of being alert to possibilities. We just through so much stuff at him and you know it's a different kind of show in that. He didn't generate ideas but he would rarely say no. I remember doing this segment on sky. Come up with this talk show within the video game halo and we had. Kurt like go and be like an Avatar in the game. They're shooting I'm trying to defend us here. Your need to move faster Kurt. I'm sorry I mean it seems funny to think about it now but like at the time it was super crazy and cutting edge at this guy had figured out how. Sorta hack the game and had this whole virtual reality six months after Katrina. We planned a trip to go to New Orleans. Really figuring out how they were going to try to solve this problem of of how to. Kinda rebuild the city and what the design questions were around at all. The water is gone now of course but the wreckage. That remains is absolutely shocking. Presumably the people in this neighborhood are among those who a great many of them majority perhaps didn't have that's right. They didn't have a choice. I think that's one of the great travesties of Katrina went on a trip to New Orleans for a few days to kind of produce it and get all the different voices together. But you know he's always been really passionate about design and kind of see him step up and really tap into the the human element of what was going on there. It wasn't just like an architecture is it was about people's homes and lives. It was really interesting to see him in that element because so often he is just in a studio and actually one of a favorite memories of working with them in the studio was a program that we did In two thousand fourteen and it was our nineteen fourteen episode and we produce the whole thing as though we had been on the air in nineteen fourteen and today's program we present to you through the medium of radio some singular developments taking place in the arts today in literature drama music and the media. Moving pictures new technologies and new ideas are changing. What we the American people create and how we are entertained. He delivered it in the crazy. Old Timey Voice. That people use stood us for broadcast announcing and our technical director at that time. John Galore. Who brought in a megaphone? Like a troll off Warne and had Kurt record threw it into the mic to compress everything down. I mean I've seen Kurt Geek out on many wonderful occasions but I have never seen him geek out that joyfully. It may not be too old to speculate that later. Generations will look back upon nineteen fourteen as a remarkable year perhaps as a year in which the twentieth century cruelly began. This week on the PODCASTS. Were looking back at the early years of studio three sixty which is drawing to a close after two decades of covering arts and culture on the radio after the first year on the air the show was finding its groove and its audience but then in the fall of two thousand one. The unthinkable happened. There has been an explosion at the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. The upper floors of northern tower at the World Trade Center has experienced an explosion studio three sixties original offices were at wnyc in the municipal building at the base of the Brooklyn Bridge just blocks away from the World Trade Center. I remember coming into work in. Minneapolis and hearing on the radio about the the hit on the towers and then coming into PRI and of course the WNYC studios were right under. The twin towers are right next to them and the that a lot of people took came up under the twin tower so we were horrified and terrified didn't terribly worried about a whole. Wnyc staff and studio three sixty staff you know found out later that Julia Burstein had been in the office and she had had she'd left. Wnyc had to walk all the way up the west side of Manhattan to think it was her brother's apartment or something to call day and coughing and choking and nobody knew what was going on.
Studio 360 Extra: Aural History: How Studio 360 Got Started
"Invited the rock the World Wrestling Federation champion to speak at the Republican National Convention. Pupil sock it to me. I became an official painter. I don't express political desires in my novels. I just tell story. Hello I'm Chris Anderson and this is studio three six. That's how studio three sixty began. Its first episode on November. Four two thousand just before we elected George W Bush and we all learned what a hanging Chad was my special guest today in Studio. Three sixty is the artist. Barbara Kruger. Who will talk with us about politics and power in movies and music and even in her own art? I make art about the collision of my days and nights with the culture that has constructed and contains me all that and more coming up in studio three sixty from WNYC and PRI public radio international originally produced out of WNYC. Here in New York. The show is all about the cool but complicated and sometimes strange ways that art touches our lives two decades later. That mission hasn't changed. Even if the people making the show have come and gone I'm Jocelyn Gonzalez executive producer of studio three sixty but I was still wet behind the ears associate producer when the show debuted two decades ago. I was away from the show for about ten years before returning to the staff in two thousand seventeen so as the show draws to a close sadly after twenty years I turned to some of my friends from the formative years of studio three sixty for their impressions. Could we create these beautiful stories that represent all sorts of interesting things that are going on in the country in terms of arts and then have Kurt sit with some of that? He was comfortable with and talk about them. That's Julie Bursting who was executive producer of studio three sixty when the show launched and who wrote the studio three sixty book called spark in two thousand eleven and this is Carrie Hillman who was our first senior producer and is now the executive producer at story car. At the time there had been a lot of magazines shows and it was a way for us to sort of do something different and fresh and it was like a a really creative solution to like a lot of really boring magazine. Formatted programming so I was like really game to try to figure it out. We also had two assistant producers. I'm Michelle Seagull. I started at studio three sixty as a assistant producer. In September of two thousand. I stayed through twenty thirteen as a pretty Sir and I'm now the managing producer of Sleet Studios I'm Tall Milad and I started at St Three Sixty as an intern in the year. Two Thousand and I was there until two thousand fifteen When I left I was senior producer of the show for about ten years before that and I now work at Pushkin Industries Heading up development also on staff during the early days of the show was producer and technical director. Steve Nelson Steve's now a programming executive at NPR Johnson. Do you remember what the working title was when we got there? Oh yeah hot ticket right which is first of all a terrible name and doesn't get to any of the big ideas that studio three sixty does as a name but secondly this is sort of in the relatively this was during the post dotcom boom and someone typed in hot ticket dot com into a website and it was an adult site for general audiences for sure. That was the end of hot ticket as a name every week. Studio three sixty we explore. One big idea in-depth. Today we look at the intersections of art and medicine. The idea of studio three sixty or an art show for public radio had been kind of kicking around for a long time. People were on the ground producing pieces. Trying to sort of see what would stick Eventually they brought Julie Burstein and she had this idea of like putting on pieces that sort of built on one another in having an artist or somebody else react to each piece. We started calling it a through line which was just an idea that we would carry through the show and I think the idea of having a theme came from we have to have some structure in order inside it to be able to play. The idea was that Kurt would open the show with a monologue is always delightful to look back and see that exotic bits of civilization. John Ashcroft was a senator his most celebrated crusade a failed crusade for some years. Now one of my hobby horses has been the blurring lines between news politics crime or and entertainment and then he would have a person in the studio with him and then we would present pre recorded pieces to play for this person. I try in my work to speak to the human in US and That human end to bear kind of witness and in enabled react to it. That's really fascinating That makes me think of this. Yes we looked a lot at the degeneration of people's memories and one of the pieces of research we discovered is precisely why I found listening to that piece so fascinating so it would give us an opportunity. Say something that took them off of their typical talking points that gave us an insight into the way they think their personality It also added some depth. I think to the the pieces themselves because you can't do everything in five minutes and so maybe you have to like leave something on the cutting room floor but you can resurrect it a little bit with with the like well-placed Kirk question so I thought it was really cool. I loved gathering stories from really disparate places and putting them next to each other and then talking about them. It was just so much fun. Do you remember a point when you realize it was working? I have to say. I think that first Shakespeare show because it was a whole show bringing Shakespeare up-to-date but we had Neil Gaiman Willie's just grumbling about the fact that he's a crappy writer and the San man the eponymous Lord of the rings who happens to be in this up goes over to will and offices deal are you will shakespeare. I have we met. We have but men forget in waking hours. And you and Steve or maybe it was Steve. That incredible intro He started it with Scharzenegger's hang on not to be not to be tied in the phase of man when in disgrace with fortune and men's on have we hear. Hello I'm curt Anderson and Mrs Studio Three six. It was so hilarious and it was just. It was like okay. We got it this works. I'm Peter Clowney and I was studio three six I Adler and these days I live in Saint Paul and I'm vp of content strategy for stitcher. It's a struggle sometimes to do a show. That has a theme I approach. That idea would caution now if someone wants to do a show that theme like to say like remember. It's got multiple pieces in it. You're going to have the fifth favourite piece about Gardens in this episode. But it's true that like building on the ideas across an hour is like really meaningful. My name is Eric Linski. I started as an intern. In two thousand four became assistant producer and then decided to become a contributing reporter of which I was to studio three sixty through the beginning of two thousand sixteen and I am now the host and creator of the podcast imaginary worlds. Yeah I remember this one episode where they had Madeleine Albright the through line theme was democracy and so she's sitting in the studio with Kurt and then one of the pieces was about American idol. Which was the hottest thing back? Then and they were talking about how people were taking American idol democracy far more seriously than actual presidential elections. Have you ever had a chance to see American idol? Well I actually have and I've been pretty depressed As I am by television generally these days which seems to be going to the lowest common denominator and I. I don't like the word Elitism as we kind of lost me on this last segment of him and it was really funny here. Man Albright come out of that piece. And what do you think of that? She was not too thrilled with the peace to quality that piece but what she was hearing in the piece. I'm Derek John. I was a producer and editor on the show from about two thousand four to two thousand twelve ish and since then I've done a whole bunch of work in the podcast world but I am now currently an executive producer of the how to with Charles Duhig podcasts. At slate when the theme through line shows worked man they were amazing. I mean it was like we had set this high bar and they were so hard to pull up when they clicked and everything fit together. It was truly fantastic radio and it was hard I would say we had some shows that weren't successful and that's actually what led to having to change one. Really terrible through line. Thematic show was fish the fish just literal fish in the sea. Animals really jumped the shark on that one
Istanbul Blockchain Week with Erhan Korhaliller
"Jump streit in and speak to a little bit about what you've done leading up to This Istanbul blockchain wake. You had US pull something like this off the PRI. Obviously now a lot of papers tell us a little bit about how you got into the spice and what you've been up to. Yes so I'm like yeah okay digital's been around for about three years now working in the crypt side. We've we've represented some of the largest projects Exchanges want it's you name it like Really really wide wealth across the world globally. And so as you can imagine where we we we're going to events all the time I'm also we have what we have a youtube channel. Tv where I've got stay safe what your parents households big names on that kind of got us into the conference circuit. We would offer like summit and mold some big events in innocence and variance around Europe. And after a while you know another is events when us is more thing you know. Can you help us get speakers? Can you help us get on says? Can you do something I love? You May as well start doing everything at this point. I mean it's not far off apart from the edges logistics. I'm anti. Yeah you're not moving excited. I'm has like a useful. No matter crypto no matter what we say and so. I'm traveling from blockchain blockchain. We of course the conference obviously. I'm promoting my agent. Pr Agency and our clients and it was he trying to win new players. And you know that that really made me understand like what made a conference good. What MADE CONFERENCE BAD? And you know what what what kind of speakers would help educate the space and You know what people want. Keep out and now we're GONNA pull those lettings into Istanbul bunch and I'm really really excited. Excellent my will pretty obvious progression into that through the payout year. At every how you do it I really don't. It's you single. You got kids. I suppose that's probably a pretty good formula for success in that my in that means but trump look why why Turkey. I've got to ask the question. Why is Dan Bul main? It would seem like it's a bit of a stretch for anybody outside of Europe. Obviously anything straining on here in Moscow the world to get a custody your side of the wall off from Europe but zones wrought so why why. Istanbul why why Turkey. What's what's the profile. What's the reasoning behind that so techy as a framing community for football chaining CRYPTOCURRENCY In the in the last year so there's been various reports coming out about how Turkey is leading into the doctrine precursor blockchain and these are opposed by you know leading leading companies like I and J. He's not reports that you know people just putting off Switzer You know there's a lot So for example. Let me just read this off. I mean so. For example the chain things that government is launching the digital Lira. Turkish lira next year. So now it'd be the second company behind China to do so And also they've launched a national go train infrastructure project which is how in Quebec services and various municipal services. Use the chain within Turkey. Now cost you know. Obviously you know this about you. Know to keep politically. But you can't deny that. They are now trying to lead the pack. This could be something fantastic with its economy because you know on twenty six since the failed coup has been struggling You know they had various sanctions They which which vary was was so volatile which lead singer of adoption into bitcoin trading over people trying to make money because they were it was just evaluating so much twenty five invasion as of Ottawa between eighteen which is a huge amount that he's and Yeah then obviously there's also they're also planning to get regulation in this year so that the capital markets or have been advised by the government to come up with Clear Regulatory Framework Kentucky which will allow companies to move INS incubate to to welcome contracts which is very exciting then addition to all of that That's Konya which is the seventh biggest sake. Two and a half million people never actually just announced the launch of a cornea coin. You will to us And you'll be with us up for your services like transport you'll be able to use it for other municipal services you know maybe even taxes stick them now and you know what. We're hoping that our elegance will be able to hear more. About how conference shall we say Look I mean look I think people don't realize outside of possibly Europe and Turkey. Just how big that actually as Ming. I'll looking around searching icy point. Eight one million populates in Turkey and for country like the major not third world a shorts health problems. That's it it does board US problems agents it sort of bring the door full this sort of adoption of the technology and actually using crypto in a sense and building out the blockchain solder things. It millions a lot of people and if we compare that to do by wedgie by. Has I've been talking about. I'm not sure how much progress has been made. But having that you know blockchain's CD digital city or whatever they want to turn they've coined Minnie's temples much large populace than Dubai and would say probably a much greater need to pick this up cost. So it's really groundbreaking. The such a large country is really taking those steps. Do you think Turkey could be or is one of the latest leading countries regard cryptocurrency use and blockchain development. It is it is it. The people don't know about it. And that's another reason why I'm doing this event to showcase Turkey to lead us to put them out I am. I didn't even mention has techie at twenty percent of people abused cryptocurrency so Alabama eighty million. Which I think he has an eighty million now late speakers. That's you know that's a lot of people influence the leading in the whole report including the US Australia all of Europe And then you will sixty two percents of opposed to the currency so so the way that I see things here is not all of these projects. I'm speaking to other in. Asia represent software. Whoever they are the missing huge market here they come up and open shopping Turkey. They could get. They could potentially get adoption that they've been hoping for so long and becomes clear they'll have a a really a safe environment to do so and the other cement. I detect people like they. They deserve this. Trump's been for the last few years You know like you've unemployment is at twenty seven percent which is ridiculous Even Women Supports Sam. Now if you compare that to the you can. Us We're about three and a half so it really shows the for me personally like my intrinsic feelings of this event is that we can help this nation industry. Bring bring growth in employment growth in jobs. You know like we all work remotely these days you know. Let let us help. People get less help. Educate has come into this space And really just grow grow. Grow tikey Gordon Turkish budgets float. Because like. I said you've got these amazing statistics. I've go around Singapore Adams. Say Hey can you name me one Turkish project like no one can do that really annoys me because it's like how how how we getting tough decision and no one of the projects as yoga? It hasn't even more so you know. My name's really is to shine a light on the Turkish ecosystem using the connections that I have that have made of the last three years And then also built strategic officer took his puts on encouraged to build took his communities as we've seen by the way from license of open to office until he into office in Turkey. Various exchanges opened office in Turkey to that they won't release L. Conference by the way which you'll hear more about near the time and it's just getting more and more It's just getting more and more adoption and I'm just I just can't wait to invite friends and family really these days into Turkey to show them. There is a beautiful place and is a wonderful project to wonderful countries to unprovided for
A CAmpaign To End The Celebration Of New Years
"Welcome to the promised by gas. Brought to you on T. l. v. one the voice of the city whose worthies and Burgers in the nineteen thirties launched a campaign against the celebration of New Year's which in mandatory Palestine as in Modern Day Israel was known as Sylvester the name borrowed from Pope Sylvester the first thirty third pope of the Catholic Church who was buried and in the catacombs of Priscilla in Rome on December thirty first and who was beatified on December thirty first date became known as Saint Sylvester's Day or the Feast of Saint Sylvester which feasts came to stand for the reveries of the night dividing the last day of the year from the first day of the New Year in Israel as in Austria Italy Lee Bosnia Germany Slovenia Slovakia Switzerland Luxembourg left in China Poland and the Czech Republic France Croatia and probably elsewhere as well now on December remember twenty seven thousand nine hundred eighty four for instance. The paper hired-in reported that the city had been plastered with posters quote sponsored by the rabbinate and the the Hebrew community calling for residents not to celebrate this holiday Silvester as it is foreign to the spirit of Judaism they ask the owners of houses of pleasure and cafes not to rent their rooms for these purposes and quote Davar reported in the same year that deputy mayor Easter Iraq who fifteen years later would ascend to to mayor addressed the city council about quote the question of the holiday of Sylvester that is setting down roots in Tel Aviv. FEE proposal of Mr Rocca was accepted saying at the city council of Tel Aviv sees in the foreign custom of Sylvester celebrations a definitely unwanted thing which is in opposition to the spirit and traditions of the people title of Israel and asks all cafe owners and owners of large halls in the city not to organize Sylvester parties. A committee was chosen to speak with cafe owners owners etc about this matter and quote a year later in nineteen thirty five the municipality itself published this notice quote the city sees itself as obligated to remind owners of cafes and restaurants this year once again of the need to refrain from having public celebrations in honor of Sylvester Eve. This custom to celebrate the holiday of Sylvester believe in public Jewish circles in the Hebrew city harms the national lifestyle that is taking form in the land of our forefathers. This claim is aimed also at the General Oh public some of whom admittedly only a few make a practice of celebrating this holiday with debauchery and loud social parties obviously the municipality and the the citizens of the city will treat with respect anything undertaken and done in honor of this day by those residents of the city and their guests who are not Jewish for this is their holiday and quote in a year after that in one thousand nine thirty six of our reported after the fact that quote several cafes such as the Lawrence and Savoy had special holiday programs in Tel Aviv. There there were many private Sylvester parties mostly from the circles of immigrants from Germany until morning. There was much car traffic and many walking on foot. One of these people who return to his home home after midnight under the influence of alcohol startled the volunteer firefighters with a false report of a fire end quote in nineteen thirty nine. The paper beaucaire made its feelings things about known with a one line article with a banner headline on page three the article in its entirety. Read quote on Silvester Eve. Eleven people committed suicide in new. You Work and quote in one thousand nine forty. The religious paper hot so fat reported this quote I witnesses say that a man of Israel at midnight in Tel Aviv especially in the North would forget that he lives in his own nation and land semester celebrations were celebrated in several coffee houses Jewish houses in the Hebrew city and whomever was indies coffee houses which elevated the celebration to the top of the top and drinking and debauchery would forget that we live in times of emergency. The New Year by the general accounting is not for us. It's the Jews. But it is a New Year for trade and bills and money's silvester celebrations are not Jewish celebrations in the land of Israel. Especially and only those who became habituated to these celebrations collaborations in foreign lands the lands of assimilation fail to Wean themselves of this habit. Even after they pass through all the circles of hell they returned to their iniquity in the land of Israel Israel. These are just one chapter of the spiritual and moral decline that is evident in our public life especially in the first Hebrew city the glorious tel.. Ah Vive end quote now to celebrate. Silvester Twenty twenty in the glorious Tel Aviv. There were hundreds of events for instance one could welcome the New Year with the Abba Tribute Band Carney or or go to Cooley Alma for their annual gala. Three for one Christmas New Years Novi Bash the bootleg was hosting a centers party quote unquote the hostile hosted hip hop new year's breakfast on Rothschild had funke Meli and these were just a fraction of what was on offer so grand was the celebration that the municipality itself posted this on facebook from the legendary Tel Aviv. EDM Club the block quote mayor e high. I don't feel so good. I won't be coming into work tomorrow and quote quote this post from Iraq Tel Aviv Tel Aviv municipality itself. Yes there was the battery in the city. All right one could pretty much find any form of depravity ones. Momma might have worn one against save perhaps for the badgering bullying browbeating of the burgers. About how you really shouldn't go to a drag show on New Year's in the first Hebrew city in the Jewish state and arguing nothing captures the spirit of the city. Well Tel Aviv. Dafa better than a tradition reaching back. Almost ninety years of offsetting the ideological severity doctrinaire rectitude a to enforce the citizen of the hidden who ain't kidding of joyless Orthodox Zionism and greeting each new year. Hal each new day with playful exuberance heterodox selective Goya's and lots and lots of alcohol and seeing the first Hebrew city is a place not just for spiritual fulfillment but also for fun fun fun and more heretical. Still Bill Finding spiritual fulfillment in fun. Fun Fun with us. In the studio is the woman who's lovely prose is like a killer party and everyone's invited I speak of course of Alison gap and Summer Alison for Politico Than Republic foreign policy the Jerusalem posted. Jt the Ford and many other of your very best papers magazine is a columnist for Arts. You heard on. NPR PRI where I and the BBC and you've seen her on twenty four television and Al Jazeera TV and other places as well. She holds a World Centre Award for Journalism Recognizing Excellence and Diaspora reported anytime and rock our award for excellence and covering Zionism Eliane Israel. I was how was your Silvester. Oh very boring. I'm not a big New Year's eve person but it always takes me back to. When I first arrived in Israel in the nineteen eighteen eighty s and like most Americans had never heard of Saint Sylvester or New Year's Eve being referred to as Sylvester so when people started talking about Sylvester? What was the only Sylvester? I was familiar lady Birds Sylvester the cat. tweet neighbors I was like what are they crazy about the cartoons. I it took me a while to like and still now when I hear about Sylvester immediately that like cat face POPs. What's up in front of me? I thought I thought also in the studio with us as a man who is exhibit a rather than spiritual and moral decline in the city seems to be gaining in spiritual and moral seriousness through the generations. I speak of course of Os Zelter Zubeida Zelter writes and reviews books for arts including waiting just a week ago in the past he hosted a weekly show on TV on arts and culture in Israel and he is a political activist of passionate power charm and charisma insight and intelligence Ohad. Oh how is your Silvester. I was dancing on a wooden bar dancing on the bar. Because somebody in this room should have had a proper nears eve right now that's Great throughout my neck from dancing so hard I think that means that I partied as much as I could dance on your neck. No is is now painful because identity on my feet that that is a badge of honor. Yes angry my name is Owen. I don't meet the boasts upgraded the operating system on my phone last week and ever since I've been receiving hectoring messages about how I don't sleep enough and maybe it's time for me to go to sleep right now and how. I listened to an awful lot of podcast and oh I listen to my music. Too loud ended ended. I know that long term exposure to loud noise can be damaging to my hearing. And I really don't WanNa Brag about how I have maintained my youthful lifestyle
5 Music Podcasts You Need to Hear This Week
"This week's theme music a worthy lifelong companion. The curator is Paul or fiscal. The head Honcho music matters much newsletter. Here's why Paul chose this theme he says music is one of life's great joys. Don't ever take it for granted. Granted don't let it wash over you dive in with both ears and your whole brain whenever possible. Here are the podcast and episodes chosen by Paul. Monday's episode comes from Song Explorer and is called Aimee Mann patient zero. It's nineteen minutes long in this episode. Listeners owners are granted a backstage pass to the magical mysterious songwriting process with one of the best song. Writers of her generation. Tuesday's episode comes from Sound Opinions Gins and is called Opinions on Tool Lana del Rey and more farewell to Reco- CASICK and Daniel Johnston. It's fifty eight minutes long in this episode. pull up a bar stool and hang out for a while with a couple of highly intelligent highly opinionated music critics and friends. You'll always be better off for it. Wednesday's episode comes from Pri Arts and entertainment and is called. American icons crossroad blues. It's twenty minutes long in this episode. Robert Robert Johnson is more myth than man at this point. Change that perspective for yourself by listening to this fascinating podcast episode. It explores both the legend and the reality of the mysterious mysterious Blues Guitarist. WHO AS LEGEND HAS IT quote made a pact with the devil end quote down at the crossroads Thursday's episode is from strong songs songs and is called Mr Blue Sky by electric light orchestra? It's thirty five minutes long in this episode. Musician Kirk Hamilton. Is that fun. Super super talented friend. Every true music lover wishes they had in this incredibly entertaining. podcast Kirk presents a strong to his listeners and peels it back layer by layer air to reveal. Exactly what makes the Selecta tune just so special and appealing. You'll never hear Mr Blue Sky quite the same way again promise. Friday's episode comes from the Beatles Anthology podcast and is called Anthology one. It's twelve minutes long in this episode no narrator just an amazing exhaustive dip collection of audio clips of the Fab. Four check out the first of this eighteen episode twenty eight our podcast in addition to hearing from John Paul George and Ringo listeners. Listeners are treated to tons of song snippets from whatever time period. The lads are discussing at the moment a brilliant and intimate historical document of the most famous band ever. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Paul for this week's theme music a worthy lifelong companion.
A 16-inch MacBook Pro is on the way. Is it worth the hype?
"Let's talk about that does seem imminent name brand that the sixteenth speculate prose seems imminent I believe there will be some revision to the map at price very very soon yeah prior to this this week or so we would have much more excitement about this but there was the French apple blog MAC generation my generation that I published this icon on that frankly we saw this and a week prior in just at a glance it based on like the glance at it with a comparison to the fifteen inch version and like the the identifying name it just seemed like this wasn't a new machine and we didn't is it enough but a week later mcenery published it and they did a thorough job of showing this is the fifteen inch icon in in Mac Os that shows the sort of generic math book pro and then this new one that now clearly shows the rumored sixteen macbook pro with other it clearly shows the rimet CC's member PRI- well he's a different map but pry don't don't you recall there like whenever there's sixteen inch macbook pro was rumored first from meanchey quo that like we had this whole thing about is it redesign is close to like in I think I was more like I'm not sure close in that and you're like no it's it's it's in the text you can it seems like it's taken is talk taking back over to the new entry and the existing family I was swayed by your argument at the time I recall that it is the sort of this is how long apple goes in between designs and we are due for a new design to begin at the top of the line sometimes and then they bring it down to smaller screen versions of that end the Waco described as sounded more significant because he he he's pretty standard in the way took spout stuff like purchaser updates versus something more substantial and the thing is if you go back and look report you probably could make it lineup this icon show as well because it is a new design is just a nine new design this is what we were kind of like hoping for an heads I guess yeah yeah I recall back it was like I would consider at the time mm-hmm like the Max version of the iphone a new design even though it's the same design it's a new product and then and then but it was swayed by the argument that I do for you redesign and there's so many reasons to do that anyway but yeah but I was fooled by this I I I just I was convinced this was the old one and I just didn't do the level of comparison required especially Yeah See oh there are some very minor changes that make this look like it's what's room and like you wouldn't look at it and say oh that's a sixteen inch Mac book but connecting the rumors with this image with the comparison to the fifteen inch version it's different than the math book pro shown like you glance at it and the bills are slimmer they don't look super modern because there's still got a lot of area below the screen and above it the sides are narrow got square corners so there's no change there the the base of the MAC book pro appears the same style at least there's more space between the edges against the speaker girl area would be larger sure but the keyboard the keyboard whether it's thirteen inch or fifteen inch and this appears to be the same that sixteen point whatever it is they've got the same cable on all three models it's just the base is bicker around the you know the aluminum part track pad like key layout and everything the only difference that people spotted really is that if you kind of Zoom Wayan you can analyze some difference where the touch bar is that touch bar seems to be just narrower you know by the the like one key on either side yeah because now you've go presumably a fiscal escape k. on the left and then the power button on the right is separated because on the current touch bar they try and make one continuous it's probably more like the macbook air now where the Mecca of key for touch ID and power just like the touch bar but it's a key shaped yeah and I think I think the current design of the touch by actually confused people because even towel the far right hand side is actually a button if you know it does not it doesn't look like a key that you can strike I recognized a lot of confusion about that especially as the 2016 generation was the generation that started making it so like the laptop turns on when you open the lid and stuff remember they started changing those behaviors. Yeah so you you don't even need to read cronies actually something that you can press and on this new design obviously looks like a standard okay it looks much more like button that you can actually push down Yep yeah I think initially like Meyer action was just a lot less excitement about this because mean you're people who who appreciate not just what these things can do but how they look like no we were really bored and kind of uninspired by the iphone design whenever the six lived on to the seven you know he had six six seven again eight we didn't have to bother with but whenever the ten design came about we loved it and we still do I think that's kind of feeling for this this this macbook generation is that you could change some things about it to make it feel more modern that there's some things happening with windows lapd ops that it's confusing apple hasn't done themselves is a perfect situation because right around the iphone seven timeframe oh the Andrew fainted started the quest of making the Basil's thinner in Sliema they weren't you know they went to the level that they are today but they were they were closed they were closer than the iphone was because the islands had massive for head and Chins because at that equidistant Hoban gap right on both sides yeah and it just looked unwieldy especially with the the at that time the what they call the plus signs right even bigger ones it was like this five point five inch phone and then you've got like a two and a half inch pezzo on the top one size right because that's what the rest of the industry doing Napa was basically just saying it's Laura's been like you know we don't need to bother with that stuff and then you look at the Bert Pro Design compared to
Horses Follow Money
"This is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and my frontier Alexander Skarsgard has a movie called the team movie of some serious intent guarantee that each and every one of you will have a chance to be a warrior Jackson do something out here to be a part of history said of reading about it in some book and I like that Wolf in that scene looking like do I believe this guy yeah because he wants to be a hero in the beginning of this scene nats character is reading a book on history so when deeks walks up to give this little little speech clock said and he's like Oh you're you're history so that's why he wants ended in he knows at all these guys young guys want to do what they want to be heroes they wanna be says this is your opportunity to be a part of history instead of just reading about it in some book on so this is his way of just tickling that a little bit to get them excited and like trust me follow me and you get to do great things I think what this movie is about and what it's saying and what's manipulative about it is very timely it's there's a thirty and ital- authority masks itself sometimes and how it creates a thing where you wanna please it or you can also say if you don't please it it's going to be trouble for you absolutely and how easy it is to surrender your morality to authority the the MILGRAM experiment you remember that back in the day they think it was back in the stay there was that famous experiment with a had subjects. Push a button to electrocute someone in an in another room but because there was a doctor of or an actor playing a doctor conducting this experiment telling the subject to to do this normal good people law-abiding citizens we're willing to ultimately execute someone might push of a button in another room because they had surrendered their own morality to a person in a position of authority on which is very troubling and there's movie touches on that a bit where in the beginning they feel like they're part of unit and the unit has its own. Morales be in its own moral compass and the leader of that unit is deeks so all they have to do is just follow blindly and what happens for Bregman nats character starts to rub against his own morality eventually I was also fascinated with how declares the guys against each other it's almost like a love story and it's a courtship he it is positive attention and then when someone's not quite doing what he wants to heal ignore that work on rayburn another character instead and then suddenly eases pet which will leave Friedman feeling stuck out in the cold and bring back in his lover and on and it obviously feels quite timely 'cause it's about whistle blower which is quite topical right now isn't it totally is look at you look at you go from one into another without ever being the I mean I'm watching I watched you know on being a god no but that guy yeah from another planet yeah you know I I need a little levity between some of the dark projects worked on so so that was it was a great opportunity to that a lot of fun on that job and Kirsten dunst and you'd be back together again after melancholy and your large tree experience we play a married couple again melancholy different kind of very different and I couldn't have been more excited I love I love there's an she's obviously fantastic actress but also so we became very close on melancholy and I was thrilled when she called and said doing this show and asked if I wanted to come in and play her husband and then get eaten by should I reveal it's a spoiler alert I know that now we the Dow and you found that very appealing immediately didn't you yes and I love the way it was set up because it said it's the two hander and you think all right this is a show about this couple on an I love when you in a way almost trick the audience too so they sit back can eat popcorn and think like I think I'm not watching this is going to be the trajectory of the show and then the end of the it's so surprising hopefully to the audience suddenly taste eaten by me and and the Hell Agadir and then the show is about something very different and it takes a different turn so it was lovely but what does the success that you're having do to change it when you are on big little lies you didn't only win the Ma you when the Golden Globe Sag Award every other award they could actually meant did that turn your head around did you look in the mirror and say wow you're fabulous that's how I start my day every before those awards that's my mind to eat just my bloodline from my parents like wow you're you're you're fabulous go out there and conquer the world they'll do it but that must have been experience doing that series as well it's extraordinary it's kind of a great thing with you and Meryl Streep deep we have one day one together one little moment and she said son and I started crying and my heart melted it that was it I mean yeah it's Meryl Streep it's on there are a lot of extraordinary actors on big little lies obviously had the great privilege of working closely with in the coal but Amerisleep is grow up watching her movies and a massive Fan Kramer and Kramer was I WanNa my parents favorite movies that's just so bad parenting because they would why would watch that when I was a kid about such a great movie the worst right the kids let's watch it was their way of saying you should be grateful that we're still together because look at this this is what can happen this is what could I think is Weird is that your dad's done in Mamma Mia with her yeah has way more scenes than you've Ah Yeah Way more fun and singing and doing that and you know dad loved every second of it I think it he can't dance he can't sing hey he should not be wearing wearing spandex but he's dances and he thinks that he's worked with all the worst panics and he loves it and I think it I think the audience his loves it does he give you a pointers now in your career does he call you up and say I just saw not after the spandex and Mama Mia and do it and I'm like Dad you've lost for list but you've got how many of you in your siblings are actors three three three siblings yeah yeah we're eight kids and four of us are actors how much do you all see of each other so I live here in your but I just got an my everyone else is in Stockholm so they all live back where I was born on and I've lived here for many years on but we're very tight family and I go back every holiday and whenever I have a long enough break to go home Sweden go back but I haven't had a place in Stockholm in fifteen years actually I got one last year and I'm moving in and a couple of weeks so yes I'm very excited about that to have an apartment I'm still gonNA live here but I'm have a permanent base in Stockholm it to spend more time out there and be around my family you can do a great American accent has taken over you now is there any Swedish left in my dad's wife is she's from Ohio so she's lived in Sweden for many years but when we're home it's kind of a mix of English and Swedish now so it's kind of a weird combination of the two did you ever have a problem with the American accent idea did you ever have to get to rain yourself to get out of it. The British accent has been more difficult for me you had to had a British accent on Tarzan and that was trickier I think my my Max that my accent was already more American than British before I moved out here we I lived in in Texas for a while when I was eight that'll do it and I went to a when my dad was shooting in Budapest I went to American schools there when I was thirteen so it was it was definitely felt more natural and organic to slip into an American accident than on that in British so on Tarzan Edward quite heart with the dial code but has that seeped into being your accent when you're speaking I don't think so little Texas and there when you said that I don't think I think what what those informative years you know the formative years of being when I was I was so young like the first time I was exposed to the English language was when I was in Texas which was an amazing experience because Fredericksburg it was like proper cowboy country and coming from Stockholm I was an urban kids from downtown Stockholm in a cowboy movie because like I was surrounded by real cowboys on horses and I loved every second of it and I even got a pair of beautiful cowboy boots and I was so excited to come back home to Stockholm like imagining this moment of day one of being back from from from from Texas walking in Mike Cowboy boots and all the kids would be like Oh my God he's a cowboy and then I walked in and everyone started laughing at me and said like why are you wearing women's boots sake because as an eight year old for eight year old kids in Sweden at the time like cowboy boots looked like ladies boots basically so I was very disturbing moment and and trump ties I was traumatized again it was like imagining this big immutable moment where everyone was just like touching them like Oh my God Alex has been is now a cowboy after three months in Fredericksburg on instead they laughed at me you've never wore them again they're they're all I haven't on on in my apartment here on on a pedestal I still have the boots well let's take a couple of last questions from the world outside world of the Internet are you ready for this I don't know well come on charmaine visas what do you miss most about sweetness side from family when you're in the states for long periods of time was it your dad cooking naked. I remember that story from last time that was great great that's something I definitely miss on but he's here quite a bit dated Naked Soldier apartment here clothing optional. Yeah we'll come and cook it my place sure do miss my pickled herring you can't get that here now it's you can but it's it's saying if you're in New York or Elaine yeah but if you're shooting somewhere more look slightly more remote rural area it's it's it's not easy to find pickled herring this is this is sad like this is very different from fermented herring that soothes drumming it is of course I don't need that that's very pickled not fermented pickled fermented huge difference listen to that PRI that's the have mark j say what is the Best Oh yes there it is the answer is already there anyway to show everybody what you can oh it's time for song again as we end this okay and I always ask for something in Swedish because it's beautiful language it is beautiful we've heard you do American Texas everything else that you've done what sense of melody and beauty can you give me in the Swedish tongue okay so we just uh we were talking about pickled herring in a tradition in Sweden is to drink schnapps with when you pickled herring and then you sing schnapp songs of course yeah and there are many fantastic snuff songs the most famous one it's super easy so we can sing it together we can we all know it let's yes come on universal classics Theater Learn Gold Whom Hope for
New York, Greta Thunberg And United Nations discussed on PRI's The World
"You know what's really bad for or the environment flying planes generate a lot of greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change so when the united nations convened a summit in new york of world leaders to discuss climate change one sixteen year old woman in europe said you know what i'll skip the plane i'll sail to new york instead the b._b._c.'s chief environment correspondent justin rowlatt met with greta thunberg and got a chance to check out the racing yacht that will transport her across the atlantic to the summit sailing the boat out outs well. That's gotta take greta thornburgh to new york and he's a brutal experience the military it's a it's
Moscow, Alexei Navalny And Russia discussed on PRI's The World
"Large protests in Moscow. Let's go over the weekend got ugly. Police arrested more than thirteen hundred people that is unprecedented in recent Russian history. The demonstrations were about the Moscow city council elections coming coming up in September and the fact that Moscow election commission barred opposition candidates from running Alexei Navalny is probably the most well-known opposition leader in Russia. He was not among those arrested on Saturday as because navalny was already in prison season he was detained last week and yesterday Nova only was reportedly taken from jail to a hospital with some kind of severe allergic reaction.
Monica Campbell, San Diego And White House discussed on PRI's The World
"The trump administration is vowing to fight a federal judges decision that blocks one of the White House's new immigration rules a plan that would have barred almost all asylum applications that the U._S. Mexico border the measure required migrants to apply I for asylum in the country. They traveled through on their way to the U._S.. So that policy is now on hold the world's Monica Campbell has been talking to those at the center of these decisions. She's at the Mexican border near San Diego where exactly Monica well. I'm actually in Tijuana and I'm in the plaza. When you crossover from near San Diego into to cross the border you enter this plaza? It's very placid there a lot of pigeons elderly man feeding the pitches in front of me cabs pulling up picking up people but as I just walked around the corner here there is a totally different scene and it's hundreds of people asylum-seekers migrants who are waiting to see if perhaps there number when they're number might be called up so that they can go and approach a border official in the U._S.
Paris discussed on PRI's The World
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"pri" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Is hard core mystery. So you like to start this podcast. With a little bit of boxing metaphor. Because nothing sums up. Better than. Sing metaphor. Cz. I think about the most big ten bucks. Would that be? You'd have to be George Foreman. Right. You talk about. Running power off tackle, left and right. Over and over and over and over and that's the entire game played. That's a big ten man, right? Now, I'm not an historian, folks. I studied this story. And I tell you what they have to say you love stories, you have university of Michigan degrees. I only have a university of Colorado degree. I'm sorry, sorry for bringing members of Kordell Stewart. What, what, what happened? Michigan took a boxing metaphor. Just a metaphorical punch. Consider this, my application to your history department, an honorary Pri Pri Pri bachelors from the university of Michigan. We're here today to talk about the war between the big ten east and the big ten west. Now, no one knows who fired the first shot because way back when the big ten was founded there were no shots guns had been invented alcohol hadn't even been. Tell the big ten. Why did the big ten go to war with it self was political legis economic war of territorial? Expect none of this. None of his at all. About iron sharpening iron pure competition. The spirit of amateurism. And if one side happened to gain hundreds of millions of dollars from this enterprise, sheer coincidence. It's all going straight to textbooks. Just a George Foreman punch to the mind. I apologize for referencing a work of scripture in a temple of secular knowledge, but it's a very old book, which I feel you to protect. What the hell? I get the map on the screen, by the way. Textbooks was the name of Jim Delaney's yacht by the. So here's our battleground. Podcast is a visual medium. The objectives in this war. One capture Indianapolis. Dead center of. Objective to capture the capital for the west. Of course. It's the city of Chicago for the east. It's New York City because. We're using Jim Delaney's map. It says here there be dragons. What are the resources? Well excluding the split territory of Indiana. The east states have one point seven times, the population of west one point, six times, look roaster must report. One point four times the industrial actually all the high school football players in case you happen to need those.
"pri" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Joe with antidote. Twenty inches causing trouble. I am off air though. I notice that I'm keeping it off air, right? On the air was accused me of poop, starring on the air, which I'm not really sure that's a fair title. You've also accused Lauren Nevada. Oh, she's a pupil. Oh, haven't somehow is not a poop stir in your eyes. Yeah. Funny. How what were you saying who are you talking about off the air? You don't wanna know. No, no, no, no, no, don't one of us her boss, for. No, none of the above. No. Yeah. Yeah. So. Anyway. Okay. Subaru aqua yet, we have. One of the things we're trying to get a lot of stuff going on. Don't forget at you at the tell you this. I don't think you can forget it because we have told you this year, that next Tuesday we've from tomorrow, we are going to be in really feel. For game one of the crosstown classic a wintrust. Crosstown classic. Wintrust the naming rights for that. Yeah. And it is going to be we're gonna be John barley corn. Nice on Clark street. One of the greatest albums prints. Their big show. Big show plan for you out there in advance of the, the seven o'clock start right? Very exciting stuff that we're going to be doing is special pre game show, and everything that's can be dead. It's gonna be great. So pre-pretty. We're the Pri Pri Pri this is what we're going to be. So we that pre are we running right up to the game. We run game. So we're got it. But I think there's even another pre there's a pre pre game show. I can't remember what they did. There was an instant plan for this. I don't know. Maybe making something up right now. But I thought there was going to be like a pre pre and then the pre then there's the network pregame show. Right. That makes sense with your aunty meser, generally. Right. And then there is the then there's the game. Right. So we'll have the socks call that game. Then. Or before that, I thought that was a plan for the Pri Pri where there's going to be another, like more excitement around this. This is one of my favorite events of the year. I love this. I love this rivalry. I love the is, is that because it's one of those rivalries that some people take it very seriously. But it is a, it's a fun thing, especially for people who are know, the Bill left in the world who love both teams equally, and there are very few of those. Yeah. I can tell you I've ever cubs him. But I, but the socks are set that such a romantic story right now. It is the, you know, these young kids, and they're all coming together, and you could see it happen. You could see this is what happened with the whites with the cubs five six years ago. Seeing now gelling you're seeing that coming together and then and they're fun to watch as Lawrence said, just the other day. It's must see television. Yes. It's become appointment view. And there's always something exciting to expect something will happen. I promise you. And we're around all these SOX fans and we look at what here. I mean, yeah, it's hard not to partake the kids, the kids bring that, that youthful excitement. That's what we're trying to do. We're trying to bring youthful excitement..
"pri" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"And you know, mostly just taking a lot of John's stuff. You know, the studio didn't like and and test audiences. You know, had had a weird negative reaction to or didn't understand it. And you know, like a lot of things if things are different in the movie, you know, you get a weird response Matata. And it doesn't mean that they hate it just means that you know, they were just abused by not not into it or whatever. But you know, he's just really bad weird political situation, you know, and and I think the movie ended up getting pretty trashes the result was disappointing. Listen, we had a lot of ratings problems. You know, we we had to go at eight times to get an r rating, which is absurd when you think about it because it was to give a movie like that basically an x rating and seventeen so cutting out all the blood square, and then even then we had to go into like six more times to get the writing it was a different time. I mean, I just I mean, the kind of stuff that we were having to cut that you could get away with in a PG thirteen, but we now around TV show. I mean, it got it was so absurd. It got to the point. Where I was cutting on muggle flashes. I was on the phone with that the head of the VA, and he's any if somebody shoots somebody twice or two maybe three times, but he said anything beyond that, we feel excessive. We'll give you an NC seventeen because of all the blood with were gone. So I was having to go in and actually Krimau out muggle like gunshots and somebody like John Lulu where he had somebody shooting, you know, with guns. I mean, it was it was it was in vain to think that that a shot of a muggle flash. With was creating essentially an x rating for movie that was a really stuff to be involved with their ever been a release a bet that is close to what you saw. They let us do what they call a like, a international version, and we actually made people that cut the negative. We make copies of everything that we receiving what you're down. And so we can have some. And extended version pre MPA pre Zhang Claude Pri Pri a lot of south, and we did a full out Knicks completed it, and they were supposed to be the version that got released internationally. But then I think they decided that they didn't want to spend the money to actually take into the final step though. He was like we're big like lip services to John. Whoa. That they even did it. I think in a weird way. I, and I don't know if it ever came out anywhere like that. I mean, it could because it was it was definitely prepared. But I don't know if it did the other some people going to the movie floating around are like early cuts that we had from some of our test screen one of our guest reading and I wanted to make out. But yeah, I mean, I think that's a movie, that's you know, right for re restoration and reconstruction. But like I said, you know, he's never going to be a perfect movie or a greatly. But I think it could be, you know, like, maybe be elevated from a C minus two like a B minus or something, you know. I mean for me it felt like such. Natural to have Sam producing John. Woo film. Just the style stuff. But again two guys who the studio like really walked all over hitting in their earlier movies..
"pri" Discussed on WGN Radio
"If you have to go by this. You're also going to buy a. Brass stripping brush, which looks like a giant toothbrush, and unfortunately, Loretta you're gonna get down on your hands and knees, and you're gonna do a little scrubbing and that is going to be the best. It's going to be okay. You're going to scrub it. Let's go scrub it. Let it sit there for ten minutes scrub a little more, and then wipe it with clean wet rag. But take one quick question. I have on my brick outside. That's been there for a while. It's white. What do I use to get the paint off couple? There is a product called goof off, which is a latex paint. Remover? I want you to squirted on their let it sit for about five minutes or so and then use a plastic putty knife to scrape it away that's same brass stripping brush that you're gonna use on the floor. You're gonna use on the wall to scrub that all away, and it should go away. Just fine. Loretta thank you so much for your phone. Call all of you. Thank you so much for listening. I hope y'all have a really nice happy thanksgiving and in the studios right now are Andy mazer and Mark carbon good morning, gentlemen. Tyler morning. That's you hear Hello again. Everybody. How you doing? Nice to see you. You guys are doing the pre-game northwestern against who we like to call it the Pri Pri Lewis northwestern and Minnesota the Wildcats course already in the big ten championship game lily, the golden gophers stuffers. I like to go by gophers gophers now keys checks, and I miss key tax. He was the best. He was the football the voice of college football. Yeah. He sure was. That's good Marquis kind of looked like he just roll out of bed. You got you got you got kind of like a big lebowski thing going. You got stuff on your your like the, dude? Okay. So I was up early today. Lou. I've already had a nice salad tennis match, and I feel very fresh. But do we just had to hit it around today? You know, it's a Saturday morning. Wanna go taking it easy? You don't wanna go hard. Right. Right. Just just working on the forehand getting in the groove. Well, I mentioned to you off the air that you do very nice job as referee in the hamp OBI with highs Sunday extravaganza. It is quite possibly some of the best radio out there. It's just a very unpredictable and and fun to listen to. And I think I even heard a promo related said, it's even better than smoking pot. Yeah. That was big Lulu. Sweet lulu. Wonderful pre pre game and happy thanksgiving. Both of you..
"pri" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Ten from the twenty five snack. Here comes the blitz. Peterman gets rid of it. Jonathan jokes. Lebron's it. In with a go ahead. Touchdown one of my knock, Jon Murphy bills radio say knockout picks, that's a sensitive topic today for me. Well, you know, why did not go your way? So you were eliminated last week with no pick and the frigging problem is a beat. It's gonna take a second. Please. The problem is okay. I was ever told. Okay. So for those that don't understand what the hell we're talking about the knockout pool. Most was talking last week, not stop the poo for all shows for different show. Well, it's no, it's the that's not a show. It's actually I go. I don't know who's doing it moves you notice guys gonna me. It's Ernie's doing it Ernie Acosta WFAN CBS sports radio newsroom poll, but but listen, so it's a newsroom pool. And I got the shaft me along with Jerry Recco. And evan. The chef the three of us got the chef because we were thrown out of it. And there was a makeup pick. There was a there was a vote and the apparently the vote went through that. We're all all new I gave my twenty dollars. Yeah. That's why I'm out. Yeah. What do you think the from the fr? Oh, what are you talking? Okay. Here's the problem. You're right. You're right. You're right. You're talking about. Yes, you're right. But the thing is that I didn't know I was out. I didn't know the vote went through negative for me. Jerry and forever, right? We didn't know that. We were never told that right? There was a straw poll of those that survived and marched on should these individuals be allowed to make a pick. Right. And it was all hush hush. And the vote did not go your way and no-one no-one Ernie. No one told me this. Yeah. Now, I'm sure he told Jerry, I'm sure he told avenue works, whatever. And every day. I'm sure those guys will told and tazewell maybe say Hello to the guy. Nothing awhile. And then maybe he'd tell you. I I don't see him. I know. He's he's often here. Right. When you walk away when you're done you sued. I see him. I give him a pass away. We have a we have a locker right above one. Another. I should've let you don't. You see him as much as you should've Shyam attended a show. You hang out. You're talking all your friends here. I'm gone meeting, and I leave salt. So this is the thing. I just would like to have been told. That's all I'm saying they'd be moose to not make a pick. No, yes. Yes. Exactly. I sent him a text just before the game stop won't PM eastern. And then he told you're out this is about tax. No, no happen. Okay. That didn't even happen. I set him attacks. I said what's up bra? I gave him to be all you h it's terrible. I notice mistake. I wouldn't go out of California. General even surf I'll take the jets smoke adobe before you take the jets, right, right? First half happens. I'm sorry. First quarter happens. Nothing not second quarter. Third quarter zilch of gang song fourth quarter. I set a tax Ernie. Did you get my pick, bro? Neither do that. He replies. Oh, sorry. I've got to tell you you're out. Yeah. Basically apologize because you know, he, you know, he didn't see he sent me a long tax, and he was very cool and tax and then even forty and Evan and Jerry had to be out also. So that's supposed to be like for me. Oh, just because those guys out that means I shouldn't feel like my face. Well, it's a lotta. Sycophants collusion in this place. They're all. Everybody. They're all out the JET jets jets jets s sick of it. And I think you are. You're an agent involved with this behind the seats. I think this is partly you. It's a conspiracy theory. I think that you would wake me and you're behind this. By chess. Are I'm sorry. I had to accuse you, okay? Thank you. Can the hoodwink seem hurt my feelings? No, I listen. I I don't think it's cool. He should have told you. Rightfully out that I am rightfully out. You're right about I rightfully out. You should not have been you admitted on the air that you voted me out. No, I voted Ivo in all honesty. I said make the pick. But the majority of people said, no myself Evan and Jerry, right? We only three that idea. You know, I don't know. Honestly, I don't know. I check. You know to make sure I texted her yesterday. Make sure who I picked up. The excel spreadsheet to make sure I didn't double up my pick. I could just imagine this tax. It's the moose, bro. Here's my pick. Al. And then you go to Chicago, by the way. Has out that I guarantee you. There was some. Amazingly enough ties. I didn't think about you. Yes. You did amazes cash out. I didn't think about not on a Sunday. We know that. Giants. I didn't I didn't think about you yesterday. Coffin was doing know. John. Tastic show yesterday. We had a great Sunday. That's great. Congratulations. Text Ernie about you. I just assumed you were in. But you know, what to my chagrin, you're out? Well. You do not do not picking out. Reminding you I'll take twenty dollars. Twenty dollars. I'll white my nose. Would it? Take twelve spit on twenty dollars for everybody. In that newsroom. I don't even care disgusting. I did say Mike said I got it in. So you can might last week. No last week. I did not never me. Did you put the pick and last week? Oh, I was told to put it in four PM game. Because we will. I was late. I was training. Elliptical watching show. Yeah. What are you doing all day? Analyze yet. Did you forget I forget. Sitting there watching the pregame shows, and you completely forgot to make the knockout house blames that falls on you. Yes. I sit there. You're alive and a pool doing good. Whatever you feel about twenty dollars or not. Swimming pool you're watching every pre-game show known to man. And you don't make make a knockout pick. What are you doing? Hello. I have action. Sitting there. You're watching Terry and watch it ta. You're watching the Halloween. They can't get enough. I could eat these. What? Michael. You got. Sunday morning, and you're sitting there watching the Pri Pri Pri six no get your four o'clock what God's green? You obviously charitable priorities. Oh that is an awful job. I'm in big pools for big money that is no no hold on a second. Let's call. Let's call it. Like, it is what I was like says you want to get involved in the knockout pool. What's what's the knockout? You hook me. No, no. No. No. No, no. I do not hook you. Collusion. Four before the first knockout, Paul I said to you. What's the you want to get involved the knockout? Julia never heard of what is what we call the something different. Like you pick one team we really heard of them in like, all right? And then and then two days later, I got a text. I'm in. I'm like, all right. Great. Two days later. He's great fantastic. Welcome aboard. And then you promptly got eliminated. And then you join the second row, we all get. Pre game shows, even though you're humming around long pick a winner after winner and he'll fire or knockout pool pick. Then you're complaining that Ernie did not notify you that you were out. Yeah. Meanwhile, the week before you did not tell him your pick on time. And he put it. Told me why you're out. He gave you the field. Five of the jet victory. And then said, you know, what you're our tax. The jets. Just. Br I was never a egged on his face this week your never in everybody in that pool. Can go Fisher herring. Nice. I was at Andrew. I'm still here. It's very minded. I tell you that the bills beat the Saxons or lost the text yesterday at twenty thirteen. I wanna pull I've been out since week one. You will not a populist collusion. Hoodwinked crap. I was. Twenty bucks. Kim forty dollars. I lost now on this frigging thing. All. And you should have stayed a jets fan because they beat the colts yesterday. Thirty four including a gangrene records seven field goals from Jason Myers. The Rams stayed perfect twenty three twenty in Denver Jacksonville. Shamed. In Dallas, forty seven Pittsburgh, eight twenty eight twenty one winning Cincinnati Washington. Top Carolina twenty three seventeen and the falcons held off the bucks thirty four twenty nine. Atlanta had dropped three straight weeks. Six end tonight the Packers hosting the Niners. Yes has ten people got picks in late, and I asked the others. And I got the feeling they were going to give me crap. That's a quote from someone of text me during the games Bates. Okay. Mirny guy to my left. That's that's one of the guys who I left that would have gave them crap. Just like, you know, got in my left, those that are watching us on video. Oh, wait. We don't have video new system. I left. That's not. That's not true. I know I do do you think I I really cared. If you were I dunno most, Tony I basically said Ernie let them pick though, the all lose anyway. So let's pick. Let's say it'd be continue with us not over. 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"pri" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I'm Carol hills. This is the world, a co production of the BBC World Service PRI and w. g. b. h. in Boston, a Chinese national is in an American jail today. He's being prosecuted on economic espionage charges. This is a big deal is the first time as a spec did Chinese government. Spy has been brought to the US to face charges. Y'all. Jim shoe is accused of trying to steal technology from GE aviation through one of their employees. He was caught in a sting operation in Belgium and extradited to the US on Tuesday. According to Justice department officials, Katie Benner is covering the story for the New York Times. Katie. This is pretty amazing hundred. The sting actually go down. It's unclear whether or not the employees at g aviation was working with the government, but it is clear that GE aviation itself. The subsidiary was working with the government and was tracking communications between one of its own employees and this Chinese spy, Mr. shoe. And eventually Mr. Choubey can't ask the employee for more and more information. Much of which was proprietary, which the employee himself him or herself recognized, but still their communications continued and they eventually agreed to meet while the employee was supposed to be on a business trip in Europe that allowed the authorities to arrest Mr. Shula. He was not in China in a country that had an extradition treaty with the United States. So do we assume the employees was about to go to Belgium and them the authorities came in and said, no, we're actually doing the sting operation. Do we know kind of at the point that the employee was lead on that there was going to be a sting operation? Well, it's unclear whether or not the employee actually went to Belgium him or herself. We don't know that. And again, we don't know the extent to which the employee was taking part in a sting operation or which is being closely monitored by his or her company. But we do know though from our reporters on the ground in Belgium is that Mr. shoe was arrested while he was out just shopping in Belgium. And he claimed that in fact, he wasn't there to anybody, but was just on the -cation. He remained very quiet. He fought. The extradition, which is one of the reasons it took so long to get him from Belgium to the United States. He was arrested on April first, April Fools day, and he was extradited and arrived in the United States on Tuesday. Now, this accused spy, your engine shoe a, who is he? And what's he supposed to have done? So Yongin shoe works for China's lead by Jesse. You know, they're quivalent of the CIA and he he, he was supposed to be collecting intelligence for the Chinese government, and one of the ways in which he would do that as he would pose as a Representative of science and technology institute, a think tank that would court the employee's of of defense contractors to come to China to give talks to give academic talks and reports, and to do some sort of intellectual exchange and the once the employee's were brought to China, they'd be wined and dined, whereas we all know people can maybe a little bit too. I coming with information on their devices could also be. Compromised. And at the end of the day, he was also looking for employees like this employee at GE aviation who at least seemed amenable to giving him information that they shouldn't..
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"Of the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts, including one navy pilot who served in Afghanistan, but was haunted by the bombs he dropped years before in Kosovo. One of those bombs he believes may have hit trillion home that story coming up here on the world. I'm Carol hills and you're with the world where co production of the BBC World Service PRI and w. h. in Boston defense, chief James Maness popped up in Afghanistan today. The Trump administration is trying to restart peace talks with Taliban seventeen years. That's how long the war enough ghanistan has been going on Afghans still live with near daily violence suicide bombings, that kill indiscriminately and the war has left its Mark on the hundreds of thousands of Americans who went to fight. They're just this week. One of them was killed in an insider attack. CJ shivers new book deals with that personal trauma Jeffers is a New York Times journalist and a former marine in his book the fighters. He tells the story of six combatants. One of them is specialist, Robert Soto of a soldier who initially impressed shivers with is optimism. A lot of us. If we put on uniforms, we look virtually alike. You tend almost two. Sometimes you know, at one hundred yards look like insect toward, but at. Hundred yards. You would see rub Soto smile. It would light up the valley that CJ chippers there. He dropped by our studios yesterday to talk with my colleague, Marco, werman Marco, asked him to read the part of his book where introduces Soto an aspiring actor who joined the army when he was seventeen. He was nobody's archetype of a fighter. He had an enormous smile which came to him almost unprompted. He liked to sing and he sang often his memory headed. It's command. Vast repertoire of lyrics are in be rap. Hip-hop, the blues, his personal collection of gems, which he would sing no matter what anyone else thought. Robbie Soto joined the army, upbeat fast with that grin, the guy who made others feel good. I was struck by your descriptions of Soto's patrols in Afghanistan's Korengold valley that honestly kinda see mindless as if we painted a bullseye on a bunch of guys and gauging fights the Taliban, how soon after arriving and being in these firefighters at Soto. Start to have a different view of the war. I'd say that Robbie went from idealist to realist inside a six weeks. Well, maybe two months, why? What? What would happen arrived in July and by September, he lost his squad leader and one of the soldiers who had previous toured Iraq who he looked up to most than fellow new soldier. He could see that what they were doing wasn't going to work, who's they what the army was doing? What NATO, and the generals who had put the soldiers up in the valley at such a low level, they really could not affect the valley and he concluded fairly quickly that they were there just because they were there. He couldn't find a strategic purpose. He couldn't draw a line of. It's important when we talk about Ravi to realize that he was a young child when the World Trade Center was attacked, then he wanted to protect New York City from another attack and not law. After joining the army in arriving in Coren goal valley, he could not draw a line to what the day to day life of his platoon was to make New York City safer. Yeah. That point of view kind of hits me throughout the book, the extent to which the soldiers feel as the soldiers, these marines feel as though they're leaders are incompetent. Soto says of his superiors that they got him on the other side of the world on this mountain fighting these guys and they don't even know what they're doing. That's that's a big indictment. That's a big indictment. And I would say it was fairly common indictment eight years into this war. It was starting to feel except for the purpose of surviving each patrol. It was starting to feel for many of the people involved purposeless tell us about navy pilot Lieutenant Commander, lane McDowell, and what has haunted him since nineteen ninety nine lane is different than Robin that he had joined before nine eleven..
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"Our public radio international PR ax is the public radio exchange US public media companies and PRI are to merge. The two companies are distributors of public radio content, including podcasts. PR. Rex is currently the number two global podcast publisher. According to project, you've probably heard of this American life. That's one of theirs. Markelle almond. The developer of IOS podcastone overcast has announced forthcoming support of a new payment link for podcasts. A big green payment button will appear in the next version of overcast to clearly link to donation pages. It's a simple tag in your show notes. Now explicitly supported by Omni studio and fireside and anchor have also said they'll support it. We already display it in our podcast pages, and we linked to more details at pod news dot net podcast pages. Also now include recent chart information from charter Bill a new website that aggregates him for. Nation from many different apps, including apple, podcasts, and Stitcher. The company offers Email alerts for chart rankings and reviews. You can search for your podcast within pod news dot net. Does he your information including links to a variety of podcast apps like Google podcasts and technical advice, Facebook released, four podcasts, focusing on effective marketing hosted by Australian radio presents Jules Lund face to face, talks to top marketers about their campaigns. It's hosted by whisker cadence, thirteen and bloom house. Television have announced a scripted podcast series inside the Trump presidency, the Oval Office tapes it'll be released on September the fourteenth and apple have apparently fixed the log in issues with apple podcasts, connect. So launch all the
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"Their general gist of their argument is that the fda should be considering the public the us public and the health of the us public as its primary client not the industries and to be completely clear this enters the realm of the drug industry and the fda there's more money involved there we also know that the fda has been pursuing special relationships with media outlets in two thousand sixteen there was an article in scientific american where an author named charles sif pointed out that the fda was doing this this move where they would offer to give some media outlets early scoops on a story with the condition being that the fda got to choose who these journalists talked to about it afterwards so like if matt is doing a story for what news outlets you're format pri okay so pri matt works for pri and he goes to the fda who will be played by no we're tennis rolton you're an and and the in noel being the fda gives matt being pri the scoop and then matt attempts to go to someone who disagrees with the fda that could be either paul or me depending on how we want to do the casting and then fundamentally violates a legal precepts pr is huge trouble matt might get fired and pri i get blacklisted from these other reports until they became public knowledge you guys i'm having kind of kaiser soza moment here fda pri three letters are they the same thing it's a food appre abc nbc hsa w.
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"There at at every critical phase of the investigation she injected lawyers and then when it came time to either interview witnesses or collect evidence they said no no no you can't do that it's protected by attorney client privilege and the justice department which i think was really working more in cahoots then against that set of lawyers honored pretty much all of those requests who's andrew goldstein andrew goldstein who who i don't know personally but i'm acquainted with the us attorney's office for the southern district of new yorkers i worked there for almost twenty years he was the head of the public corruption unit in the us attorney's office for the southern district of new york which is the us attorney's office in manhattan so when pri pera was the us attorney that gentleman whose name you just mentioned was the head of the public corruption unit and he was then recruited to join muller's gang of seventeen so he's one of the lawyers on staff pahara was hired by former us attorney who was that prepo aurora was hired by mary jo white and his first supervisor at least one of his first supervisors in the us attorney's office with some old guy named mccarthy was you what's his relationship that jim komi i think they're very friendly they i'm not sure if i think pre quiz yes i was an assistant in the office when jim was the us attorney in manhattan that's what i'm getting at he worked for a coma one point yeah he worked for me work for call me he worked for everyone who was a supervisor in that office but call me was the us journey from.
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"Post pri pri pri pri preprimary convention new mexico democrats recent pre pre pre primary convention has narrowed the field in canada several high level positions albuquerque based first congressional district for candidates who did not reach the twenty percent threshold at last week's convention pad davis david martinez damian laura and paul moya all indicated they still plan to stand the race state senator joseph surveys of las cruces and george muna's of gallup as said they plan to stay in the race for governor land commissioner muneo saying we're in you got seventeen point two percent of the delegates you have to get twenty percent to automatically be put on the ballot one race that could feature candidates ending their campaigns is the four way democratic contests lieutenant governor one of the two candidates who did not hit the twenty percent mark former public education commissioner jeff carve eagles nasty climbed to comment yesterday about his plan billy garrett dona ana county commissioner also did not respond to questions about whether he's in he's out how morales took lion share the vote fifty point three percent rick mirror those who are giving up congressional candidate on helping you has dropped his legal challenge to a ruling that disqualified him from the primary ballot las cruces reading painting has been one of three democrats vying for the party's nomination and these southern new mexico a district second congressional district secretary state maggie to lose solvers her office rule last month the painting had not turned in enough else injuries if you go read joe monaghan today joel monaghan dot com political blogger there's it's.
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"Can weekly lady come into this very different thing and i think if people who are here remembered the hollywood reporter was not just failing it was like i mean like already underground and sort of had a sadness all around it so it was definitely like bad news bears like you have the staff who has been misdirected or not directed for years but it's not necessarily the flight it's like they the there's an inertial that said and where they don't know like they don't know what's good for bad because nobody tells them they don't care they're burnt out leadership yes and so like i kept the staff like all these people but i'm sure you'll remember this era of hollywood where like like the socalled trade presses so behold into the studios premier magazine yes and it just becomes chris released central right and like you in my own case i do a movie with my ex wife we do this movie the marrying ma'am yeah susan line is the head of pri magazine and you realize that the pr department of the studios are just faxing her the articles what to write more most of what happened that was painted as misbehaving stars on the set of a movie much of it was people having honest creative differences when you walk in what really distinguishes the hollywood reporter under your tutelage and when you're there under your leadership is you go to that level you become a real honest magazine you're not like like like premier magazine was shitty magazine if someone called me up and they said to me and i was like a child i was i was in my career infancy when someone said to me what do you think that premier magazine is going to do they're going to take your word for you and this woman who you're dating or they're going to do the bidding of the studio that releases thirty movies a year and advertise of course you're going to get crushed where does the spine of becoming a really really smart income from it is so fascinating to me and i think you see this is so much clinical coverage that way they would self censor themselves like people come in become a big interview someone and they say oh my god like you wouldn't believe this crazy thing someone said and then you get the story and it's not in there and i remember this happened.
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"In your bloodstream ira plato join me each week on science friday as we sort through the latest news in science and cut science down to size that's on science friday front pri two hours of science friday beginning later this morning at eleven on kqed public radio next on the bbc world service we go where radio rarely ventures under the seas in pursuit of a major ecological threats the invasive line fishes overeating overabundant and off the coast of florida we've heard how an asian fish ended up in american waters next we hear how the humans are fighting back stay with us for part two of the fish that eight florida after the names bbc news for jerry semate president trump has dismissed a newly newlypublished book on his administration as full of lies after unsuccessfully attempting to block his release it contains damaging allegations about the trump presidency it portrays the president says mentally unstable and out of his death south korea will next week hold talks with north korea for the first time in two years the discussions are likely to focus on pyongyang's participation in the winter olympics which begin in south korea next month seoul suggested other issues must be discussed later saudi arabia has announced his converting it stateowned oil corporation aramco into a jointstock company allowing foreign investors to buy shares for the first time the funds raised will be invested in other areas in order to reduce the kingdom's dependence on oil giant waves some flooding have added to the serious disruption in the eastern united states caused by huge winter storm up to seventeen people are believed to have died as a result of the severe weather the former peruvian leader alberto fujimori has been released from hospital two weeks after he was pardoned by president petro public kuching ski he been jailed for authorising killings by death squads the pardon provoked widespread protests and arjun time trade union leader accused of money laundering has been arrested at an exclusive beach resort a number of powerful union bosses.
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"Stems rebound from pri ira plato and this his science friday nope climate change is turning up the thermostat in southern california which can up the odds of severe fire but you know what has an even bigger influence on blazes yet humans this hour do we have to change we we live to coexist with wildfire and we've all ask ourselves the question at one point or another why do we get old age because evolution does not care about age now we've we've completely changed the equation right now by living so much longer plus tips for holiday decorating in giftwrapping using math in something called the ham sandwich theor whom coming up after the break stay with us live from npr news in washington i'm jim hossack congressional republicans of finalize their sweeping tax package expanding the perchild tax credit to get reluctant florida senator marco rubio onboard npr's gun worsley says corporate america comes out the big winner this bill makes a deep cut in the corporate tax rate all the way from 35 down to twenty one percent it also temporarily reduces individual tax rates and creates a lower tax for so called pass through businesses such as partnerships now the corporate and passed through cuts are permanent the individual tax cuts are set to expire at the end of 20 25 the preliminary deficit estimate for the final version of the gop tax bill says with add at one point four six truly liam dollars to the budget deficit over the coming ten years now that congressional republicans have come up with their latest tax package there are plans to vote on the measure by early next week and get it to president trump's debts before christmas as daniele chesler reports the news comes as a disappointment of.
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"Cover good one you're talking about the trump walked right by this guy but he started his little spiel there after he was kind of at walked away right a guy looks i don't know much about this one hundred any deal details about his day is he looks like a harvard fred boy to me directly over horror the press pool so uh yeah this is something how are you get that close to the pri president in their you know with like russian flags too he had props he went all cara top it had a bagful a prop i i think it's something in an of the fact that you know if you've got close to the president this guy's it's free to kaley crazy yelling trumpers trayvon but i don't think his adult again is anything but if they could might be a little something the secret service might have to answer to right i think it is something and it's something concerning that it some wanted this back crap crazy could be that close to the president is this anything when asked if he was really planning a run for the senate kid rock says blank no yeah did anybody bigots relief get a river that wasn't even his idea i think he was on i think he was on stern either today or yesterday and stern asked louie really run for senate blade bleep know f knows respond right f no i think he really really enjoyed the idea of people enjoying the idea who's going to run for senate but now of course that he's a rock star he goes out of or you talk about pito skeleton junior clause probably you know loads of some member the six sixty pm and scott step had with two girls backstage at one point yes that i doubt about that analyzing the tape never saw the.
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"The pri stands for public radio international my name is tom howard so i need to get my phone out and he'd to ask theory something hey siri when's your birthday only biological entities can have first case i became operational on october four two thousand eleven nailed it take you seriously the voice of the iphone celebrates its sixth birthday today the virtual assistant his god through many updates over the years it's about to get another makeover apple says it's going to sound smarter and more natural when the company's new operating system comes out so today on series six operational day we wanted a take a look back at the original serey who might live in your pocket and this q origin story you're going to hear from the original the voice of siri and the surprising way she came to be that voice have a lesson and cried as this season ghana the original voice that theory and how i do pull theory is the mystery i really got now i know that i did some ib are recording math interactive boys recognition for a company called nealon more than six years later suddenly i was theory the initial recordings that ultimately became the original voice of siri were down in july two thousand five four hours a day five days a week and they were really tedious recordings because all of the phrases in sentences i had to read were created to get all of the sound combinations in the language a lot of those phrases were pretty nonsensical things like militia oil hallucinate back row grit lewis cowboys in the top high today thoughts i asked thoughts i asked fussy they you can say it without it was pretty interesting for the first couple of hundred with pretty tedious why the process of the recordings turning into theory is called concatenation whic basically just means linking things together and what happens is technicians and computers of course go into the recordings that we're done and they extract sounds and reform the sounds into new phrase isn't sentences and these are what end up on our devices i've heard a couple of things about theory that the first story that i heard was that first of all theory was not created by apple theory.
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"As a fit just from the pri as from a piece a standpoint how to make a deal worked there as what they're sending out a still owed so much money will yeah right endlessly love reina and well that's the thing and at that goes back to the summer of two thousand sixty ryan i mean those contracts that we all thought what was flywheel it was great from a media standpoint all those numbers coming in and deadly all of a sudden he was woke up italy or wait a minute i got to pay ryan anderson three years sixty million lattara and some of those other players and they don't have a a draft pick the they can amend their a picked they sent out if they wanted to but new york doesn't need ryan anderson and then try to find a third team were midway through free agency is not much money out there um and that's why i always thought it was hard for a deal to be made and and you know new york him out yesterday st mills that hey we're not going entertain buyout me which pay could at the end of the day change of carmel comes in say i'll i'll take thirty of what is owed of fifty four i mean that's not clear that no anak i hill waivers hill wave is his trade kicker he'll do that what for eight percent eight one eight point one million highway that if fees if he's move just to make the deal work but the leave half of what your owed is a player whose providence and of another big contractors i'll talk a lot there what's more crazy the fact that d'antoni and melo could reignite or the fact that hard and melody to guys who need to have the ball their hands are gonna be on the same team began well nobody has mentioned the tony part right i didn't n well and in new york at all and try to fit that together he will he was freaking out of it were running jeremy linn i so i mean you have hardened chris paul in ml there and and you're basically and have a team of six eight players besides clint cappella i mean into in a reza i mean he might have to be part of this deal to pj tucker lubomir day i that's your at your frontcourt.