35 Burst results for "Phone Home"

A Prayer for Those Caught in the Gossip Trap

Your Daily Prayer

01:54 min | 7 hrs ago

A Prayer for Those Caught in the Gossip Trap

"A prayer for those caught and the gossip trap by meg. Butcher the fibers in my stomach began to fly off with my lunch as gossip came out of my smartphone speaker for seven years. I tried to find the good and land and understanding nod until god revealed might agree ability me guilty of conspiracy because i was afraid to come across judgmental. I refuse to way indirectly confidence at a high volume lofted. A convincing argument on dishonesty behalf and strangling hold on the hand of truth that threatened to lurch out of my stomach. I always found something positive to say about the person in vocal peril but ran the risk of being directly associated with the entirety of the conversation. The holy spirit who abides every christian heart and the uneasiness. I felt where warnings for me to evacuate that phone. Call got the protector of our hearts. Alerting us to the falsities that attempt to crack through the surface i timothy. Two sixteen says stay away from ungodly babbling because it will only lead deeper into a godless lifestyle. What is ungodly babbling. Paul warned of false teachers who grant assumptions illuminated a lack of knowledge in i timothy one four. He warns tell them to turn away from fables and endless genealogies. These activities just causes more arguments. In confusion gossip operates on opinion safe is fueled by fact and second timothy to seventeen warns again. Once these empty voices start to speak timothy they infect and spread and soon the body is consumed with with its cancer.

MEG Timothy Paul Cancer
Key Aspects of Teen Health, Explained

Dishing Up Nutrition

02:09 min | 1 d ago

Key Aspects of Teen Health, Explained

"Joining me today. Is elizabeth leopard. Elizabeth is a licensed nutritionist with a master's degree in clinical nutrition and works at our xetra office. Although our offices are still closed due to covid elizabeth and the rest of the nutritional weight and wellness dietitians and nutritionists are still meeting with clients via phone or zoom. Now elizabeth as i alluded to before you have a very real and up-close understanding of anxiety and the teen brain. That's right and thanks for the introduction theresa so yes i'm happy to be here with you today because like you explained as a as a child and teenager i did. Experience them Some anxieties so. I'm happy to share my personal experience with our listeners. Today especially if it can even help just one child teen though i but it will help a lot more than that hopefully so to give you a background of my childhood. I always started my day with a bowl of box. Cereal and skim milk pretty much without exception. I'm sure a lot of people can relate put by the end of first period of school. I could no longer focus. I could hardly keep my eyes open a draped myself through the school day. Because i had no energy and i had a hard time focusing as a dietitian totally understand why you became anxious and you were unable to focus whenever you ate that. Typical serial and skim milk breakfast that so many teens eat. Those are two among many reasons. Why i as a mom strongly encourage my kids to try and avoid high sugar processed foods most the time as a parent. I know my kids need to eat real food. Like maybe scrambled eggs with sauteed spinach and aside a strawberries but the message we want to share this morning is that nutrition plays a critical role in the ability of teens to function. Well teens and everyone actually young kids included right. And as i got older i realized that food affected my moods and my brain. So to keep my brain functioning. Well i needed to learn how to feed my brain. The right foods

Elizabeth Leopard Elizabeth Theresa
Washington Post Reports Trump Justice Department Got Reporters' Phone Records

NBC Meet the Press

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Washington Post Reports Trump Justice Department Got Reporters' Phone Records

"We had a big little bombshell nugget. Come out of the biden justice department. Jake that some washington post reporters that Had their phone records subpoenaed and that trump's justice department sometime in twenty twenty approved of this. I imagine we're gonna see some congressional investigations start on this Immediately yeah and the two committees that this would come under. Chuck are the Justice the judiciary committee and the oversight committee both filled with trump aligned. Republicans that will make it. Really interesting people like jim jordan. Who's the top republican on the judiciary committee. I have to imagine this week. We'll see we'll see democrats announce something Within the next couple of days.

Biden Justice Department Justice The Judiciary Committe Washington Post Jake Justice Department Chuck Jim Jordan Judiciary Committee
Microsoft Drops Windows 10X Before It Ever Launched

The Tech Guy

01:50 min | 1 d ago

Microsoft Drops Windows 10X Before It Ever Launched

"Microsoft had been touting this windows ten x for awhile the next version of windows it's gonna be. We're going to rewrite it from scratch. We're gonna we're gonna components. Is it and make it more robust and more reliable and and it's going to be for our new dual screen devices. The duo in the neo except then the duo came out and it was an android phone. What hey what and didn't sell that will cause was fifteen hundred dollars. I bought one in took it back because it was just not. It's just it wasn't a great phone you know if you're using it as a phone it's gotta be good phone first and foremost now. It looks like according to. Brad sam's over at petrie breads this guy with good sources that the neo is probably not gonna happen Which is disappointing to me because it was very cool nor is the windows. Ten x the special version of the rewritten from scratch beginning of time version of windows. Tha when the new next generation of windows microsoft will not be shipping windows. Ten x this year says brad this year being twenty twenty one and the oh as you know it today. We'll likely never arrive. He writes for about a decade microsoft. Have been trying to modernize windows in various ways. Put on problems with windows. I think some would say this is one of the good things about windows is it Doesn't abandon the history of the past. It's still runs software. That came out twenty years ago. It which is a great labor on microsoft's part to make that work. Furthermore impacts stability security a lot of things. But they're you know hell bent to keep a windows compatible with everything that ever worked with windows.

Brad Sam Microsoft Brad
Google Will Start Automatically Enrolling Users in Two-Step Verification

Daily Tech Headlines

00:19 sec | 2 d ago

Google Will Start Automatically Enrolling Users in Two-Step Verification

"Group will will soon start automatically enrolling users in two step verification although inexact rollout date was not announced use will require recovery information on their accounts like a phone number or secondary email before two. Step verification is enabled. It's unclear if users can opt out once abled.

Hands on With Apple's AirTags

Talking Tech

02:11 min | 3 d ago

Hands on With Apple's AirTags

"Either listeners. It's brett molina. And i'm mike schneider and welcome back to talking tech. Add one more device to apple's growing roster and it might come in handy if you tend to lose your stuff yeah. Recently apple released its airtags which is a tiny device. Similar to tile or samsung's galaxy smart tags. It's about the size of a game piece from the game checkers and what it'll do is help you track your keys wallet anything else that you're worried about losing each airtags cost twenty nine dollars or you can get a four pack on apple's website or retailers for ninety nine dollars you can also purchase a variety of different holders and key rings the range between thirteen dollars to around forty I have been testing them out for a little while. Now and i've tried them on a couple of different items. Try them on a backpack. I've tried them on my keys. i also tried them on a stuffed bunny in our household name buttons who is a treasure here and often gets lost The setup for this is pretty straightforward. You know you put a little plastic tab on the back that activates the airtags. You'll then get a prompt on your phone to connect then you'll go in and label what this airtags connected to see a lot of different options. It can be your keys your wallet. Your bag whatever. It is And when she pick that you're good to go so if you do lose your keys or you lose buttons and buttons and keys actually have an airtight equipped. How do you find so the cool. Addition they have here is This option call precision finding so iphones have the find my app. Which is what we use to locate our iphone or whatever devices we have connected to our accounts but with precision. Finding you'll go to a section that is for items and once you've reached a certain distance from the item. You'll notice on fine. My it'll shift from directions to find and what it'll do is that there will be a green display the pops up see an arrow. And it'll show you the approximate distance. You're away from your item. So and it's weird because it's kind of like you're playing that hot or cold game In the way it works is as you move through and get closer. Your iphone will start buzzing really lightly and then it gets stronger and stronger the closer you get

Brett Molina Mike Schneider Apple Samsung
Google Plans to Automatically Enroll Users in Two-Factor Authentication

Tech News Today

01:31 min | 3 d ago

Google Plans to Automatically Enroll Users in Two-Factor Authentication

"World password day every day l. day to it. I had no idea global password day. Yeah hey what passwords. You are great security tools but Kind of feeling like you know more and more people are thinking. Maybe there's a better way. But there's a better solution. I know i have two factor authentication activated on my most important google being one of them and google is using this day to spread the message that everybody get on the two factor authentication train They're going to be so first of all they're going to be prompting everybody to activate which is okay. Great find you you get a little message on your phone says hey turn onto actress indication. Here's why it's awesome. Here's why you need it and everything that's step one. Eventually they're going to be google's going to be requiring its users with smartphones Tied to their accounts to use two factor authentication or at least they're gonna opt to them in which i think is a really big step. It's gonna automatically enroll users if their accounts are set up properly meaning that they have a smartphone that's tied to the account that's has verified number that sort of thing And i'm really curious about this because no question pal. Passwords are are super flawed security tools. They've been around forever. They've served a purpose. But even google says sixty. Six percent of americans admit to using the same password across multiple

Google
Principles Of Success For A Lifetime: Going the Extra Mile

Real Estate Coaching Radio

02:10 min | 4 d ago

Principles Of Success For A Lifetime: Going the Extra Mile

"The extra mile is the theme here. Going the extra mile is rendering more and better service than you are paid for with with a positive mental attitude about Iraq. And in fact, in thinking of Richie shortens, the positive mental attitude and refers to it as watching European. A so, I think that's interesting that there's two parts to this rendering more and better serve. But also with a positive mental attitude, feeling good about it. So, I wrote down just three, you know, thoughts from that one is the it's my pleasure attitude. And if you program yourself to always say, when somebody says, thank you to say. It's my pleasure, that reinforces your positive mental attitude, just by saying it. Even if you don't necessarily feel it subconsciously, you're going to start feeling it. But I'll tell you where you were reading that point where my mind went dead. In the extra mile is rendering the more and better service than you. You're paid for with a positive mental attitude that is a sort of, I guess a cousin to doing what you don't want to do when you don't want to do it the same level. But the last bit of are saying, is really where I think that success for it at the highest level, right? And so it's interesting when you are going through the process of learning something, when you're wanting to be really good at it, you can shown up, you can go through the motions. You can, you know, like say, for example, you're learning to pick up the phone and you're going to start a directly soliciting contacting proactively communicating with perspective sellers right home. And so a lot of you will, you know, load blade go through the actions of maybe forcing yourself to do it, you know, you'll go and you'll get the list, you'll start making the calls, you'll read the scripture, go through the process, but you're really not doing it with any sort of intensity. You really not doing it with the intention of helping people. Let alone setting a listing appointment and as a result, you don't get any results from it and maybe log, Have, you know, you're being forced to do it or course to do it. You keep on doing, you keep on doing it. And eventually, what's going to happen is you're going to make one call, you're going to feel a little bit different. Maybe the caffeine is hitting at the exact mileage when you're supposed to be asking. If the appointment then all of a sudden your energy levels going to take up a few notches. And all of a sudden you're gonna start feeling like, you know, you're you're really in tune with wanting to help this person, solve the problem with the house and all of a sudden you suck

Richie Iraq
Should You Outsource Customer Support?

The $100 MBA Show

02:17 min | 4 d ago

Should You Outsource Customer Support?

"Support and customer. Service is really the backbone of your company. It's how your customers will interact with your business whether they're asking for some support on how to use your product or service a billion corey or they're looking to upgrade. They're gonna most likely contact somebody on your support team to get that done so in a lot of ways. They're the gatekeepers. They're the front line soldiers of your team. Many people will go to a ppo company in just hire that service. they'll say. hey. I need customer support. I x amount of emails every day. Can you get somebody to take care of my support email or support chat or whatever it is or phone calls and based on your volume this company will like hey problem and they have a team of customer support agents that will take care of your support and your customers now. How does this work well. Most of these companies won't have a dedicated person. You probably can request but a lot of times the agents working on your business and with your customers will also help other businesses with their customers and from the customer's point of view. They're pretty much just talking to somebody. That represents your business. They don't know that. You're outsourcing it now very large companies do this like telecom companies like. At and t and verizon large companies like apple and microsoft and the reason why they do this is that they just can't hire that fast they can't find the talent because they need so many people when the iphone launches they literally thousands of queries a minute thousands of questions in their support bank in their support a portal so they really need as many people. They can't hire so many people at one shot so they go to a company like this. Now if you're a small company is there any advantage to this well a lot of times. It's cost effective especially on volumes of severe example. They say we will take care of all your customer support and they give you a flat fee now. of course you're still gonna need provide some training materials and Information about your product or service in the rules For your product and refunds. And all that kind of stuff. So that support agent knows how to answer those questions but at the end of the day they work for the company that you are paying not you directly

Verizon Apple Microsoft
What is Surgical Menopause?

Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

02:44 min | 5 d ago

What is Surgical Menopause?

"What actually is surgical menopause. Well is actually quite simple. Although it can seem confusing if you have both of your ovaries removed and nothing else that is surgical menopause. You could also have one ovary removed and then a year or two later have the other ovary removed and when the other overcomes out and you are left without either of your ovaries that is surgical menopause so to make it really easy. It's when both of your ovaries are removed again. Just to clarify you can have one ovary in and that is not surgical menopause because that ovary. Ken and i say that with a strict that over can still work perfectly. Fine and you won't be put into menopause. If you have one over just like you can live with one kidney. You can totally live with one ovary now. What if you have your uterus removed. It makes no difference in terms of surgical menopause. So let's go over a couple of different examples you could have juster uris removed and both over. Stay in that's not surgical menopause. You could have your uris removed and one ovary removed and that is not surgical menopause. Because you got other over still in you can have your uterus removed and both of your ovaries in that is surgical menopause. Just to drive this point home again. It's when both of your ovaries are removed irrespective of what happens. To the rest of your pelvic organs mostly your yours tubes in her cervix. Now what are the indications for having surgical menopause for having both of your ovaries removed. Well there's several. But the one that i ended up seeing most commonly is for risk reduction so we doctrine well if you have undergone risk reduction surgery and you're listening to this you definitely know but for those of you that don't a risk reduction a surgery where you remove both of your ovaries is typically indicated for women who have a genetic predisposition to usually ovarian and or breast cancer so female cancers in general a perfect example of this is a brakha mutation and many people have heard of brakha mutations. It was very much in the news. When angelina jolie phone out. She had a bracket mutation and so she underwent risk reduction surgery that means angelina jolie was put into surgical menopause when her ovaries were removed again to decrease her risk for ovarian

Juster Uris KEN Cancers Angelina Jolie Breast Cancer Ovarian
A Civil Rights History Lesson

In The Thick

02:14 min | 5 d ago

A Civil Rights History Lesson

"Today we have a very special guest joining us from brooklyn. New york is gene. Theo harris distinguished professor of political science at brooklyn college a historian and author of the rebellious life of mrs rosa parks. She's co editor of the new book. Julian bonds time to teach the history of the southern civil rights movement gene. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me so today. We're going to honor one of the leaders of the civil rights movement and i. I actually met julian bond. I just can't remember where it's going to say that you probably did. I did meet him. And now i'm like you know i think it was before we had cameras in our phones. I mean bond is just a hero and a giant in the civil rights movement. He was an incredible human bean with. I mean his humanity just should out. He was an activist. He was an an educator he did. Pass away in two thousand fifteen. He was a founding member of the student. Nonviolent coordinating committee snake He had a political career. He served in the georgia house of representatives. He had to fight for his seat because of his opposition to the vietnam war and he was the first african american to be nominated as vice president though he withdrew his name and julian bond was an outspoken activist who fought his entire life whether it was civil rights to beaten way out of other people on the question of lgbtq rights all the way to protesting to shut down the keystone pipeline. Let's listen to julian bond in his own words to start off this show. This is from two thousand and two interview that julian did with phyllis leffler of the explorations in black leadership project at the university of virginia. Everything my parents. I told me about responsibility to others everything. I've learned that. The george school about speaking truth to power everything i learned about daring to stand up to powerful people and say no to them. Whatever the consequences. All of that came together when lonnie king came up to me and asked me if i would join this Movement

Julian Bond Theo Harris Mrs Rosa Parks Brooklyn College Georgia House Of Representativ Brooklyn Julian New York Phyllis Leffler Vietnam University Of Virginia George School Lonnie King
Live in 5th Dimension and 500+ LOC Energy Field

Merkaba Chakras

01:53 min | 6 d ago

Live in 5th Dimension and 500+ LOC Energy Field

"Well time to a nether episode of moore kaba child rise. I'm your host vaughn goats and day. We discuss how to make your home phone. And any inanimate object resonate at a five hundred or higher energy field according to dr. David are hawkins map of consciousness. Students and engineers clayton stedman and jeffrey stegman. These two gentlemen found a way to create technology that sends the higher levels of consciousness to clients all over the world which benefit every sentence being within a three hundred feet radius. So with clayton jeffrey. Welcome to macabre chaka's thank you yeah This is going to be a fun one but you guys have this very wonderful wonderful tradition. That you guys do before you start any Any of these interviews in which is to kind of set a rare with some positive intentions blessings for the audience. That listens to it. So i'm going to give you the platform and go ahead and begin one of the things we typically do is we We say a little prayer before meetings. Nfl f. e. and we find that when we have a little moment of silence of say a few few invocations and express our gratitude that our meetings go while we started this with web web ours. In and podcast. So we'll just share that with you. So i'll go first and then invite von to Can wrap it up if that works for everybody.

Moore Kaba Clayton Stedman Jeffrey Stegman Clayton Jeffrey Vaughn Hawkins Chaka David NFL
Tornado Touches Down in Atlanta Area

Closer Look

00:43 sec | Last week

Tornado Touches Down in Atlanta Area

"It is believed at least one tornado may have touched down in Atlanta earlier today. Dylan Lusk is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Peachtree City. We're getting reports like a Senate out of Western Atlanta. We've been mostly getting a lot of reports of trees that were down in the area. It is, at least as of this, you know, phone call. It's still pretty early, so we'll still be getting reports to the day of exactly what happened. But we we are pretty confident that there was a tornado that went through the western side of the Metro this morning. My looks like we may have had one Maura's well over in Douglas County. That was a week one. That's one of around the center of the county, just west of the Chapel Hill area storms much of Western Cab Fulton County in northwest Georgia

Dylan Lusk Atlanta Peachtree City National Weather Service Senate Maura Douglas County Chapel Hill Fulton County Georgia
In Praise of Bitcoin

The Breakdown with NLW

02:07 min | Last week

In Praise of Bitcoin

"Friend of the show. Ben hunt has been on an intellectual journey with bitcoin over the last year really longer. But he's been especially forced to because we're jerks and we talked to him all the time about it on twitter and so he kind of had to be but he's written a new provocative piece called in praise of bitcoin. And rather than give it a bunch of intro. I'm just going to dive in. Thanks ben for allowing us to read this on. Today's show and i'll be back in a few minutes to discuss in praise of bitcoin. One evening a few weeks ago. I was on a zoom call with a bunch of academic think tank and fed economists for a bitcoin discussion. A lot of names. You'd know if you're familiar with those circles. The most famous one being paul krugman. Who by the way. I found to be charming genuinely open-minded and surprisingly humble about the entire enterprise of academic economics. I had been invited to be on the anti bitcoin side of the discussion but they needed have bothered. Because there was no pro- bitcoin side crumlin lead with a simple question. What's the use case for bitcoin. Not a theoretical thing. But in actual use of bitcoin to solve a problem in the real world which led to an hour. Long extremely earnest and altogether unsatisfying conversation about financial transfers out of venezuela trade settlement and securitisation. On the blockchain and taylor swift's ability to control the scalper resale market for her concert tickets. All of which are real things all of which are interesting things off at your good things but none of which are got twenty busy people on zoom call at eight pm thursday night. None of which are bitcoin now. To be fair there were no old school. Bitcoin maximal is on the call or if they were. They were too intimidated to make an austrian economics. Hard money neo go bug. Bitcoin is the inevitable. Global reserve currency argument in front of paul. Krugman lol finally couldn't take it anymore. Is this really why we got on the phone tonight to talk about a novel. Form of digital rights management talk about payment transfers out of authoritarian third world countries. Are these really are questions about bitcoin. Answer of course. Not what got these academic think tank and govern comments on the phone that night was bitcoin. Trading at fifty thousand the question that everyone truly cared about but a question that everyone danced around for the better part of an hour was this. Is there any there there. In the price of bitcoin

Ben Hunt Blockchain Paul Krugman BEN Twitter Taylor Swift Venezuela Bitcoin Krugman Paul
Apple, Epic Games' Antitrust Trial to Begin Monday

Daily Tech News Show

01:45 min | Last week

Apple, Epic Games' Antitrust Trial to Begin Monday

"Of apple versus epic games. We've been talking about it. All year finally begins monday monday. Monday third presided over by judge. Yvonne gonzalez rogers of the united states district court for the northern district of california. The case was brought by epoch after it tried to offer an alternative way of paying for in game purchases in fortnight earlier this year apple removed the game from the app store. The case will evaluate whether the sherman act's definition of a monopoly in the united states applies to an operating systems app store. Epic would like the right to offer. Its own app store on us as well as also be able to offer alternative payment methods within its apps distributed through. Apple's app store if epic. Were to win this case that would lead developers offer their own in app payment systems and possibly force apple to allow side loaded apps or even alternative app stores now in the case. Here's some of the arguments to be on the lookout for apple's going to argue that competition is and should be among devices not within the os and apple's going to argue that. The app store is an integral part of its operating system and that changing that would make the device worse which is not the aim of antitrust law and that making it offer alternate app stores would be like forcing it to sell iphones with chips other than its own a series or something like that epochs going to point to the mac which has an app store but also allows for other ways of buying and selling software and say. Why is it so integral on the phone and not integral on your laptop. Apple's going to point to game consoles like the playstation and the xbox which have a thirty percent commission and don't offer alternate stores and say that's the industry standard. We're just doing what they do.

App Store Apple Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers United States District Court California United States
Crush at Israeli Religious Festival Kills 44

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | Last week

Crush at Israeli Religious Festival Kills 44

"Workers in Israel. See it least 44 people have been killed on more than 100 injured in a crash at a Jewish festival. Tens of thousands of Hasidic Jews had gathered at the foot of Mount Meron in the north of the country. Sean Bateman reports from Jerusalem. That were huge crowds to the event where tens of thousands of mostly ultra Orthodox Jewish pilgrims head to the gravesite of a second century rabbi marking the festival of Lag before mayor a concert was taking place with packed stands. Initial reports suggested part of the structure collapsed. The paramedics say the tragedy was caused by a crush after people slipped in an overcrowded walk wave eye witnesses described chaotic scenes. With rescue workers struggling to reach those trapped Children separated from missing parents under a communications blackout is the mobile phone network collapsed. The

Mount Meron Sean Bateman Israel Jerusalem
The Age of Remote Work: Arianna Huffington and Karen Mangia

Blazing Trails

02:00 min | Last week

The Age of Remote Work: Arianna Huffington and Karen Mangia

"Arianna. I love the latest book from thrive global your time to thrive and burnout increase. Well being an unlock your full potential with the new science of my kristaps so many good takeaways and especially loved what you wrote about waking up in the morning and the first thing that you did was check your cell phone the impact that that had on you. I'm guilty of doing the same thing. And i bet many of our listeners are so tell us why. This was such an aha moment for you. Well how we start our day and how we end. Our day are sort of pretty critical to the day we have and seventy two percent of people start their day by going to their fall before they're fully away before their feet have hit the ground. So what we recommend. That thrive and this is kind of one of my favorite out of hundreds of micra steps for behavior changes to take sixty seconds. Before you got your fault to be very intentional to focus on your breath to remember coach. Grateful for to fame. Ply- get ready for the day and as you said my call be clear about what your priorities are as opposed to what the world wants to view which is what i've found is for love absolutely starting the day setting your intentions versus what others expect from. You is a big mindshift when we have so much pressure to be productive karen. How is remote work. Changing our definition of what it means to be productive and successful. I think sometimes we get our relationship with success a little bit wrong you know. We have these myths and misconceptions that six asses the result of being always on and working all the time or that success. You know we just work hard enough. It will show up or it's the result of this perfect

Arianna Karen
The Giant Leaps in Language Technology and Who's Left Behind

TED Talks Daily

02:11 min | Last month

The Giant Leaps in Language Technology and Who's Left Behind

"I'm a linguist by training and a technologist by profession. I have worked in academia in startups in small companies and multinationals for over two decades doing researching and building language technology systems. My dream is to see technology. Work across the language barrier as a researcher at microsoft research. Labs india. I work in the field of after language technology and a speech technology. And i worry about. How can we make technology accessible to people across the board irrespective of language that they speak so natural language processing artificial intelligence speech technology. These are very big. Was there buzzwords right now. Everybody's talking about what exactly is an lp or natural language processing so very simple term. This is the part of computer science engineering that makes machines process understand and generate natural language. Which is the language that humans speak when you are interacting with a bought trying to book your tickets or flight tickets when you are speaking to a voice based digital assistant in your phone. It's natural language processing that underpins the entire technology. That makes that work. But how does this work. How does nlp work in a very very basic way. It's about data so a huge amount of data. How actually humans use language is then processed by certain algorithms and techniques that make the machines learn the patterns of natural language of humans. Right these days another buzzword that you hear a lot about this deep neural networks and these are the advanced techniques that underpin a lot of the stuff that happens right now and i will not go into the details of how that works with thing that you really have to understand and keep in mind. Is that all of. This requires a humongous amount of data

Academia Microsoft India
"phone home" Discussed on Stories I Tell on Dates

Stories I Tell on Dates

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on Stories I Tell on Dates

"All I see. She's the tar girl. You are almost like Princess, the Princess who jumped from the tower. She nods, and I consider her analogy. Probably one of my eyebrows is higher than the other. This is an expression I make when I am thinking about things, but I see ninety exactly like the Princess because just like her, I joked. She size in the way Russians do. They are grimmer people than we are, but they are also people who are far better acquainted with allegory. No, you know Princess because didn't jump from power, but I did jump into the unknown frustrated. She shakes her head. She says, no life is the unknown that is known certain predictable. I look at her twisting my head again, but not because anything about her is crooked. She is perfectly straight. And as it turns out perfectly correct at signs camp, I tried to be like the Princess. I tried to take the easy way out to jump away from an unknown future with I've and terrible and toward the certainty provided by death. But I didn't. This didn't happen because I was particularly courageous because I knew what was best for me because I was going to force myself to endure the short term misery of four nights of science camp in return for the long term gain of the awareness that I could survive in unfamiliar environs. It happened only because unlike the Princess, I was lucky. I had someone around to stop me someone who held me close by keeping me at arm's length. My mother who loved me enough to set me free. Thanks for listening to this episode if you've not done. So please subscribe and share with all your people a big. Thank you to lunch break, inner tamen for the vision in production that brought this audio adventure to your ears.

"phone home" Discussed on Stories I Tell on Dates

Stories I Tell on Dates

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on Stories I Tell on Dates

"Voice. This was not how this was supposed to go. I was supposed to hear an automated voice. One that said, please enter your card number did what any reasonable ten-year-old with do I hung up then my hand on the receiver I stared at the phone box and took a deep breath before dialing again, this time more careful that I was getting the number right. I hung up again now I was breathing, hard, sweating nearing panic. I was so close to contact with my parents, my brothers, the basketball hoop attached above the door in their room. But maybe this riddle was too much for me. Another deep breath and dialed again. After call this time? I didn't hang up. Hi. I said my voice sounding Tenny in mouse lake. Even to me, I'm trying to call home with this calling card and she interrupted me. And here she told me the number I already had sending down my spine of shiver worthy of one of the Friday, the thirteenth movies that were haunting there as teenagers I tried that I said. Collect collect, collect, call, what's collect call. Correct collar. I should head then recalling that the operator couldn't here my brain rattling around. I said that I did not. I could feel her smile over the line too relaxed. My grip on the receiver noticing as I did that, my knuckles were white. Give me the number and I'll play the call when the other party answers all that still charges associated with the call. I mean, they say you'll be connected. This raised the issues. One, I'd be giving a stranger my home phone number. It seemed like I'd been warned against that and to I couldn't imagine, except the charges was a thing. My dad liked hearing, but in my state, she could've asked for one of my testicles and I would have considered it especially because at age ten didn't have much use for my testicles. I hadn't said anything while running through the options in my head. Yeah, I said she dialed the number after three rings. I heard my mother pickup. I have a call on the other. All charges. While the operator was at work, connecting my mother and me using whatever cables or tubes or wizardry was at her disposal. I'd begin rehearsing what I would say when my mother picked up, I would keep it light and bouncy nonchalant. That was the word in fact host feeling pretty nonchalant already after all, I was just a son calling home with the help of this nice operator lady pretty standard stuff when you thought about it, I'd make the call. I'd go back to the cabin. I'd go to sleep. What I've been so worried about, then my mom said. And all she got in return was a whimper and the sound of her eldest son bursting into tears. Eventually after several entreaties for me to just take a breath, my mother got me, calmed down. I asked her what was happening there at home. Well, not much. She said getting everyone ready for bed house camp. I mean, did your friends get their became? But they're also far away and I don't understand why someone didn't think of this, why they didn't put us in the same cabin so it wouldn't be so scary. Yeah, I said then I took a breath and asked the question that had been on my mind even if I hadn't really known it, mom, could you? Could you just come get me in the morning. I didn't expect her to say yes, even if as I reasoned it wouldn't have been all that hard for her to save me from this misery, just an hour to me an hour back. But then I heard nothing from her end and I realized she was considering. By my mother's telling decades later, pausing compass, everything that is awful about parenting. She wanted to make my life easier. She wanted to drive there that night. Pick me up, carry me home, but she didn't. Instead, she gave me a few discrete goals. Ten hot tamales. Brush your teeth get into bed. Everything will look better in the morning. But Paul, you're not missing anything here, easy for you to say. I thought I imagine the sorts of things, my brothers and I might have been doing or more accurately what we might do the next day, as my brothers were probably asleep. Keep yourself busy. Tears and snot that had dribbled onto my shirt. Okay. I said, cowed. We set are all of us in our good night's hung trying again to white my eyes. I walked back to the cabin keeping my head down as best I could in case the counselor was still around. I spent the next day in a fragile state. If someone had insulted my shirt or stepped on my foot in the lunch line, I almost certainly would have burst into tears, but that day passed. And so did the next my bag of hot tamales got smaller and the dragons got tamer pretty soon. It was Thursday morning and we were taking the horse rides. We've been promised. Then it was Thursday afternoon. Oliver Bledsoe's. Mom was pulling into the fan shaped arching lot too. When she got there, I was in the middle of pretending I cared about building a kite. The counselors had said we could take home with us when I got outside and explained the situation. Oliver's mom asked if I wanted to go back inside and finish it. I looked back at the low slung building the building where all of and I had peered over the counter just four days before asking about our cabinets. I'm it's in the building where that same night I'd made my call. Now I said they can keep it. I jogged to my cabin, bright green towel back in my duffel bag. I dropped the empty zip lock in a trash can outside. I got into the Bledsoe family station wagon Oliver's moms at the air conditioning on max, and I had the hour long car ride wanted four nights before. Science camp was not my last dance with home-sickness. I would suffer again the following summer at boy scout camp in the next year basketball camp. I suffered even when I went off to college the night after my father helped me construct a set of shelves in my dorm room. I lay awake in the hotel room. My parents had rented for the night next to my brother, Tom who is only seven with one wish on my mind that I could go home within the next day. But each of those steps lead to the next one, like the tears of the soya Beka tower. And eventually I learned to make a home wherever I was Atlanta Barcelona, Chicago, the Denver airport, the engineering department at Iowa State University or Kazan Russia. All

Oliver Bledsoe basketball Bledsoe family station mouse lake Iowa State University Tom Chicago Paul Kazan Russia Denver four days ten-year
"phone home" Discussed on Stories I Tell on Dates

Stories I Tell on Dates

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on Stories I Tell on Dates

"Feel like someone would care if I lived or died. And then he said he had a surprise all the way from Florida. Someone from NASA. Watt, silently, some good news like every other kid who grew up in the eighties under the shadow of what seemed like by monthly flights of the space shuttle. I wanted to be an astronaut someday. This dream would eventually compromised by several factors, not the least of which being my arrival at a height far too. Great for any space suit NASA has ever made. But the summer after fourth grade, I cared about three things. One dinosaurs. To baseball. Three space. The man from NASA told us he was some kind of test pilot, which was pretty close to an astronaut. You have to admit. Then he took a black brick from box on a nearby table. Anybody know what this is. The group was transfixed even for a smart Aleck remark. No, he said, well, watch this from the same box. He took hold of a butane torch lit it and held the blue flame to the bottom of the brick. It shown red just like kids. This block is one of those. That's on the bottom of the space shuttle that helps protect it. During reentry, we gasped as one. It was just like the animations. We'd all seen in class only in real life. He continued to hold the glowing brick as we marveled at whatever source ry had allowed this to happen. And I for the disposable camera, my mom had armed with. I got it out just in time to snap the one picture I took it science camp, a man holding an orange brick and what looks like caulking gun. All of it very blurry eyed, rush the shot, not wanting anyone to notice what I was doing. It was dark when the program was over. The camp leader told us we had an hour before lights out, but that we should head back to the cabins. He didn't want anyone wandering off into the woods because he didn't want to deal with our parents. If one of us disappeared, it got a hearty laugh from everyone. But at the mention of parents that dragons woke. On the walk back to my cabin. The man from NASA was long forgotten. Home was all I could think about what if I couldn't sleep here would if I get up and go to the train in the middle of the night would have someone laughed at my pajamas which had football players on them in which had come out of the business. End of my mother sewing machine. I looked around as we slit as one through the darkness hoping for a sign that someone else was feeling like I was. But no, everyone else looked thrilled by whatever adventures lay ahead like the kids from the Peter Pan cartoon. I'd watched not so long ago on the wonderful world of business. When I got back to my bunk, busied myself with the arrangement of my pillow and sleeping bag trying to breathe telling myself this would also be over, but not soon enough. My brain screamed the seconds were passing as if in some kind of sludge, it was going to be years before the Thursday, horse rides. Why I agreed to this. Why did I left home? What I've been thinking then hit me. I had an option a Ripcord I could pull to keep from forming a Paul sized crater on the ground that was speeding toward me darted for the door, passing kids who were carrying their toothbrushes to and from the latrine building. I walked up the path toward the main building kid. What are you doing? It was one of the high school age counselors walking out of the main building. I, I held out my neon green velcro wallet as if that would explain everything. I'd written instructions for how to call home on a tiny piece of note card. That was tucked too. Into the space reserved for drivers licenses. When I realized that my explanation hadn't been close to sufficient. I said, I'm looking for a phone. Oh, his is held steady on minus. He decided what to do. He'd probably been briefed on the signs of home-sickness told that calls home on the first night, weren't an indicator of stability, but then he shrugged. All right. You need a dime. I shook my head. Cool. Make sure you're in bed by ten. Oh, he pointed behind him to adore phones in there. I thanked him and hustle past at the phone. I said the tiny piece of card stock on top of the phones, black iron molding analyzed the beast in front of me. I'd never used a payphone before country mouse and all that insert coins to place a call. The coins lot read when my father had explained how to use the families calling card. He'd said, all I had to do was dial at one eight hundred number was free. Abia needed that dime after all I looked at the door through which I just come. Then back at the phone? No, I told myself. Dad said, you didn't need any coins. I picked up the receiver and dialed the number. I'd scrawled on the note card while sitting at the same kitchen table, my brothers and I occasionally turned into an inconveniently oblong nerve ping pong table. I heard two rings and then a voice.

NASA Abia Watt Florida baseball Aleck Paul sized crater Dad Peter Pan football
"phone home" Discussed on Stories I Tell on Dates

Stories I Tell on Dates

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on Stories I Tell on Dates

"Tao so you don't have to do it in the dark later. That's a good idea. I said it with more enthusiasm than the situation warranted. My mother's words you dark later had delivered reality into my solar plexus, like a dodgeball I hadn't seen coming until it was too late. When my mom was finished, she appraised my sleeping area declaring shipshape with the tiniest of nods. Then she took a deep breath and said, I think I'm gonna hit the road, but you should stay here and finish getting your bunk. Ready. Okay. She pulled me into a hug, told me she loved me and pushed through the screen door. As soon as it slammed shut. The butterflies, I'd been trying to quash, became little stomach acid, breathing dragons. What did I've been thinking? The closest I'd come to spending the night away from my parents house was sleeping in the yard and a tent with my brothers. I considered making a break for it. I'd put my hands on the station, wagons hood in the panic. Look on my face would tell the whole story. We needed to go back to the cabinet, get my stuff and get me home. Maybe I could try this first night away from home next summer. I'd probably be a whole lot more mature after fifth grade anyway. I shook my head. I could do this. I just needed to concentrate on something small, wasn't that what mom always said, I opened the duffel and took out my travel sized bottle of pert plus and the plastic soapdish. I'd pillaged from the family camping supplies. I set them on the ledge behind my bed. Then I grabbed my towel, bright green in hung it on the medal foot board. I congratulated myself pleased with the nest I was creating. I'd been right productivity calms the little dragons next up. Hold on. What is this? I pulled from my bags ziplock filled with bright red, hot tamales on it was a post it note, love you. It read there was a smiley face. I halfway wish she'd left me a bag of locust pods. And note that said I was released favorite son. I stared at the screen door. Could I catch her before she got out of the parking lot. No, I had to do this. I was tired of being scared all the time. I wanted to be like Oliver Bledsoe and Darren and max brave on afraid to live without worrying so much not about school, not about ground balls in their bad hops. Not about the time. I'd overheard my parents arguing about money and definitely not about the worrying itself. I allowed myself a handful of hot tamales. Then I put the candy away and look down at my Timex. It served up the bad news like rotten fish. It had been six minutes since my mother had exited screened or left at this rate. I was going to fall apart by dinnertime Iran, through the options drown myself in the lake faking illness, wrap myself in my green towel and curl up under my bed, like a Caterpillar cocoon. Wait. I had friends. Duffle back together and slipped through the screen door, which by now was starting to get more use as boys began to populate my cabin. I Nord slash cursed the Jonty way. They piled in toward their bunks telling myself, I'd feel better when I got outside and found my compatriots and sure enough when I tracked down Darren and max near the administration building the dragons reverted to something between themselves and butterflies angry pelicans, maybe especially because I had something Darren in max didn't information, I'd be able to help them figure out this science camp thing, play elder statesman based on the wealth of knowledge. I'd banked hovered nearby while DARREN'S dad helped my two friends check in before telling us to have fun and roaring off the Dinsmore families, green mercury. As the parking lot dust settled. I lick my chops ready to drop some knowledge until all of our Bledsoe showed up confidence seeping from under his red Umbro shorts. He compared cabinet sinement with Darren and Maxon probability. Not only were none of my friends in my cabin. All of my friends were in the same other cabin, Oliver told, Darren and max to come on in the three of them tore off down the hill, laughing and smiling and thrilled to be free. I stood in the parking lot feeling like Wylie Coyote when he realizes that the cliff isn't there anymore. Trudged back to my cabin. Nowhere else to go there. I discovered that my bunk mate was a rich kid from Topeka, all blonde hair and big teeth. And one of those bright short sleeved shirts with collars. We show cans and went through the usual stuff. What school do you go to? Do you play baseball? Who's your favorite team? I didn't get up the nerve to ask him if he missed his parents because it was becoming clear that I was the only one who did. At suppertime our cabin leader Marshall does for the walk up to the main hall to eat. I would have given anything to be him. He was so confident so sure of himself so much older. I was willing to bet he didn't miss home. The mess hall was another set of questions where to pick up your tray, where to get your food. We're to sit so you could push your food around the trae while missing your mother's goulash. We were instructed to stay with our cabins at the tables assigned. Once again, I was separated from my friends out that they seem to mind. I saw Oliver, Darren and max across the room, laughing joshing with new friends. They've made. I blinked away the tears that were sprouting at the corners of my eyes. After supper, we walked to the camps. Amphitheater were an official looking. Fellow welcomed us to our week at SCI camp, saying, all sorts of parental things that made me feel

Darren Oliver Bledsoe Timex baseball SCI camp Iran official Wylie Coyote Topeka mess hall Marshall Dinsmore Maxon six minutes
"phone home" Discussed on Stories I Tell on Dates

Stories I Tell on Dates

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on Stories I Tell on Dates

"You and I are about to go on a journey and I appreciate you coming along. The journey begins on the frozen shores of the whole river in Kazan Russia where I was surprised to find myself telling a girl about fourth grade science camp. My first contact with a payphone operator and of my first night away from mom and dad. I'm Paul Shirley, and these are the stories I tell on dates. Kazan russia. Sunday night. Unless you're a penguin or trying to catch on central Russia isn't the place for nighttime walks in January, but taking nighttime walks in January. This is the sort of thing people do when they meet pretty Russian girls who also speak English. This particular pretty Russian girl asks me if I know the story behind the reddish tower in front of us. I look up at the tower in question tilting my head. Well, I say, does it have to do with how it looks like a wedding cake? She looks at the tiered tower. Then back at me, curb bright blue eyes made all the brighter by her jet black hair, a product of her tattoo, our ancestors Kazan's the capital of the semi autonomous Republic of tat arstan. I have learned. Not exactly although it is a romantic story it has to do is our, I've even when he conquers Kazan. He wants to take this sprints ISIS bribe, but she says, the only way she will marry him is if he builds for her magnificent tower and he has to do it in a week. So those are he puts his men to work and they finished our in six days. Impressive. I say, I'm not being sarcastic. The sodium Beka tower as I will eventually learn it as call is impressive, especially lit up as it is. Now, the lights below reflected by the Bank of snow that runs to its base from the sidewalk. We're standing on she nods and goes on the princesses to Sar. She was to see view from atop before she agrees to anything. And then she walks upstairs, looks out over city at jumps to her death. She should not have to manage. I see why they called him. Ivan, the terrible what you mean. Well, if she'd rather be dead than Mary him. Oh. Yes, but this romantic, no. I told her it is then I'm quiet looking up into the clear night sky, what she asks nothing. I say it's just. I have trailed off because it has occurred to me that the tears of the soya Beka tower also looked like steps. And this has me thinking about the process that has brought me to this frigid city on the Volga river. She nudges me. Sorry, it's just that sometimes it hits me how far from home I am. I never thought I'd be able to come to a place like this. Well, that but also anywhere more than an hour away from my family. She frowns your Platt professional basketball. You must be good a going away from your family. I can see her point. I'm only twenty six, but basketball has already taken me across a significant portion of the western world. I've seen the Eiffel tower, the oracle at Delphi the grand bazaar in Istanbul. I've thrown up in more countries, Spain Greece Macedonia than most people. From my hometown, we'll ever visit. Then there's how I look as I stand here next to her. I'm six feet, nine inches tall. I weighed two hundred thirty pounds. I had the nerve to ask her out in front of half the restaurant where she works. I smuggled her into my hotel room in one of my oversized codes. It must seem to her. That it has always been this way. One phoning home. My mother looked at me in the rear view mirror. Go with Oliver Bledsoe. She said, with a smile, that's what my parents called my spiky-haired best friend, never just Oliver, always, Oliver Bledsoe. I couldn't blame them. There was something rhythmic about his name. It felt like the slide on the element -tory school, playground, one dip, and then another. I got out of the car and raised a hand to wave away the dust. Our families, silver station wagon had kicked up when my mother had pulled into the gravel parking lot rock springs ranch looked almost exactly like I'd imagined on the day. The brochures for science camp had made the rounds in my fourth grade class behind the registration building were cabins with wooden porches and bunk beds. I could see through their windows deserted swimming pool beckoned from the side of the building up on the hill stables where the horses we'd ride on Thursday, the last day of camp lived. Oliver Bledsoe nodded at the building in front of us, and we push through a screen door that slapped shut behind us. I poked my head over the counter in front of me feeling a little like I did at the feed store while I waited for my dad to place an order on behalf of Molly the cow and Beauregard the rooster plus his hens. Surely got you right here cabin to sit some high school kid who was probably at least Sumi stoned. Oliver was assigned a different cabin, which was rotten luck. I consoled myself with the truth provided by my burgeoning understanding of the laws of probability. They're only four cabins, and I still had two friends due to arrive my allies in the inevitable battle with stranger danger. There was Darren Dinsmore who scared me a little. He'd been diagnosed with ADHD, but he was smart enough to use it to his advantage. Sometimes making sugary snacks. He called hyper cookies before school. So he'd be particularly hard for our teachers to deal with. And max falen who had white blonde hair and a laugh like a machine gun. Surely one of them would be in my cabin. Oliver said, he'd see me later and marched off displaying the same self-confidence. I'd watched him deploy on the playground with tetherball whipping toward his head mom, and I walked down the hill to cabin to me with a sleeping bag under one arm and a backpack on my back, her carrying the duffle bag. We'd so carefully packed inside every pair of underwear had my last name on it. We were earlier than most of my soon to be bunk. Majoring Kevin to was empty rows of beds. Waited inside another screen door couldn't help, but think of prison or basic training here, my mom says she put down the duffel the next to the empty bed frame. Let's get your bunk Ming Tao

Oliver Bledsoe Kazan Kazan Russia soya Beka tower basketball Eiffel tower Paul Shirley Russia russia element -tory school ADHD Volga river max falen Spain Greece Macedonia Ming Tao Ivan Istanbul Mary Platt Kevin
"phone home" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Used also begin with the same letter as fill in the black and how are you mentioned it that when i was a kid alanis morissette song it's um mother earth by its in her lear x the drives me with my father just singing along to it sink and he was just like throw it was oh okay but no you you've got a good thing debt seated my memory jobs i appreciate the call thanks again this going okay thanks then evergreen dyke to die all the lines of full of men ladies i wanna know do you swear alex in midfield alex next on night said hey how you doing dan great alex good i try to keep it clean most been time but uh occasionally uh because of uh you know driving in in boston in it ooh make use of found on carnal knowledge in other words but anyway i tell you a funny story i was uh i was on the phone i had called up uh i think it was a uh department a or think town hall or something and up woman put me on hold and when she had put me on hold someone uh this person cut me off almost hit me and i was really serious and just at that moment i use the expletive and uh you know the woman came on the phone says what she thought i was swearing that heard because i you know she put me hold and now i was going to try to explain it to her so she hung up on me and the messy next thing i know i got a call from the police saying that i should know uh what was that all about nice and i try and explain that to you know what happened he teach you how each waste your call yeah should be on well the i didn't you know the the phone home when i use my cell phone she had probably given uh you know the cell phone to uh the police oh yeah knowing i get that how quickly um curious so you city in traffic and you you're on hold someone k aguas and you uh you utter an expletive deleted at the very romance that the woman who had schwanhold comes back to you i accept referring to.

boston phone home alex dan
"phone home" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"Listed all the ingredients from the granola which was like rice syrup solid 's go g berries you know it's it's a glutenfree oats and so i popped the top ditch the granola push the berries that aside had all the cheesy pudding in had like a bite at the berries and then ditched it and then you had a coffee with allman milk yes so identity disgust yes i did the iced coffee and had them um poor little bit almond melcan you just have to be careful because a lot of these grosz or a lot of these barista places on and looks become such a really big thing an open elks coming next vaca at its yeah it's fine i mean unfortunately oats have crap you know they're all milled in the same place as um a lot of the times in the same places we eat so some has across reactivity to gluten it's not always the best because they can't guarantee that its gluten free or that they wouldn't be cross reactivity but if you've noticed all the fancy shops their allman milk foams and if you've ever made in all mcguachie at home the phone home is a really light it doesn't get thick and that's because there's something now called the barista bland which is two to three times the sugar as regular almond milk but it makes it really creamy so now i don't get almond vogue wates at places like this that have the fancy coffee and i just have a splash so that i can limit that sugar so anytime you know we're hidden sugar is you can make the choice too limited you know you're ketchups your pasta he i gave you a new catch up you gave me a new catch up its date catch up by mental leave it in the show notes tassa may have sommes yeah and it's great yeah ever placed i've used it for you to it's a date catch up with the.

phone home allman tassa milk
"phone home" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Spent i'll i'll forget okay so we were talking about two different things so so ought so automating automating the payment of the credit card bill that's fantastic what what we're talking about as far as automating thinking about d automating spending is having the is having your credit card number lou already preloaded in a bunch of retailers websites or on your phone home so that your first instinct hey this is this is something i wanna buy all you have to do as a single touch and your purchase it and it gets ship to unite get the convenience of of that which is very attractive but i think inspired thinking spending in daytoday spending there should be a little should set yourself up to experience a little bit of pain in insein dang after you right down either a cheque or or actually tight then the credit card number to give yourself a chance to maybe do i really need this now my girlfriend's listening a new era exactly right it is painful to reach into your wallet pull out the credit card type than to i really want to do this for this pair of shoes that i really really really don't need that's what we're talking about right okay all right i hear you now i am i'm feeling that 'cause i there's on let's nowhere deactivating that i'll i'll i'll be getting a late feed oh we don't want react entrance be all that stuff is going to become an advocate i last won it says here to talk about money more often what do you mean by that so money for i'm not even sure why but it but it's it's it's a bit of a taboo subject to talk about it and i think it maybe i think one of the reasons is frequently money gets talked about in budget terms or student loan debt amine who wants to who wants to talk of it wants to ruin dinner out with your friends by talking about by talking about student loan debt or budgeting but that would mean the fact is all of us are going to need to do some level of our own financial planning one level one level or another none of us are born with any of these skills they have to be learned and and.

phone home
"phone home" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"To be able to bring families holmer during the holidays and how how is that connection happening eminem you're going to put me in oh good at all i mean it just how could that nut taught not touch someone's heart and touch home for everybody especially this time of year when we think of a family and and and festivity an and faith and celebrating its we hear the the the song it's the most wonderful time of the year body our many many people it's it's a terrible time of year um and so to be able to send some one home um from the streets by greyhound to their families on where they can get support where they can come out of homelessness um really it's nothing short of a miracle and the phone home program is the only programme of it's kind um in our community that provides travelers assistance to the homeless so were you know we're not putting them intense and i understand the the the need fisher but sure um but we are sending them back to families where they want to be where they have support on the other end to become selfsufficient again um and out where it's initiated by them um i firmly believe that the phone home program is of a solution to the homelessness crisis in our community uh or homeless adults and it's a solution that works so i am not a visualize eishin because we're obviously in studio here and our listeners are listening on a podcasts you're listening on the radio but uh take us out and down to the street and on that phone whole home and and how they're taking advantage of that and then making on the greyhound bus or they literally just connecting with that that family further.

time radio phone home people eminem
"phone home" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Um but as you can see from this tiny bartsch uh oreo still represents a fraction of the overall use of android what's the biggest slice marshmallow then lollipop the new get than kick but there's still a significant m e number of a gingerbread ice cream sandwiches users his there is still out there god uh there's there a slice as big as oreo actually oreo effect their bigger more people you own now there's that's this headline more people are using gingerbread android two point three then then the latest version oreo android eight point oh as depressing but this i mean youth they mitigated that some extent because shares the better brazil yeah it's is to impressive well although it underscores my uh my inclination to say safe you're going to get an andrew from get a pixel phone because you're going to get a you're always going to be up to date and you will get up the automatic lay totally esteban confident if you have the budget yet if you have the but is there a good inexpensive phone that the updates regularly i guess i'll have to watch all about android ask them but uh what plus was pretty good but they've there's some but scary reached last week is argue about that uh you know yes a 1plus previously was uh attacked because they had a a demon on there that would launch that would automatically phone home with information about you uh and they didn't give away to get rid of it now.

andrew android gingerbread brazil esteban phone home
"phone home" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on CarCast

"He he doesn't think well you should contact the cleaning service the guy clean the car out guy if a guy clean the car out at night and i mosey on over ten thirty next morning i see nothing in the back of the car you may want to contact this dude he may fire something but now this the story is so i get to report back no phone driver says no nothing in the car so of course i'm now at this crossroads i now live at i now live at this crossroads witches i know what happened and i'm getting a report that says something else happened except for i know there's only one play here the fuck and phone was in the back of this guy's car now where is it i don't i don't think that you know his second client thurston how the fifth sat down and went oh a free phone lavi well let's take this is how we got ridge now if any normal human any client who could afford a town car it was being picked up at the airport than experts are slide your car's gonna find a phone ago hello aid driver somebody must left here we go here is a phone out of ten of them in writing yet take this one i got five burner so here take this one so i'm like no phones got to be in there and then of course gary who shows up late to the story goes so anxious user tracking device on it and like i didn't know we had neither did i guess matter anybody else and he just hits it and of course a guy the strongest accent in the world picks up the phone yeah and it's just a guy cleaned out the car and took phone home yeah can i say this you know my theory.

gary thurston phone home
"phone home" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Yeah another big utility for me i pan is screens it's the uh opted allows you to phone home and see your your mac screen so if i'm in the coffee shop and suddenly i need to do something that's only available my mack uh i can you screens to get in and uh there's other apps that do this um remote access stuff but uh everson screens came out i've been really happy with these came off screens for version for four amac uh last six months or so and added some new features and it's just a solid out for me is at all the time yeah i agree screens is is my relive desktop out of choice i'm actually hit on my mac and on i'm sorry my room at just type of choice on night i pan um i used on my phone to but not as much um but it's also the one that i have on my mac it's it's definitely without doubt the one that i use i i like on this episode with the power users is sponsored by all means liner whether you're taking notes making lists brainstorming restored in your book omni out learners for you katie and i have talked about how much we use army outline around the show for years tommy owner is my favorite outlining tool really on any platform i use it on my mack my ipad and my iphone like all of the omni group applications not only is omnion lehner beautiful it's also super easy to use and productive and now it's easier to start working with on me outline urban ever with the release of all meal introversion five the army group released on me out lehner essentials.

phone home mac remote access katie army lehner six months
"phone home" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:43 min | 4 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on WTMA

"You you just want to jump on the wifi you want check your email you logging the facebook so why do you need to be concerned about all the stuff that we just talked about when you belong to a network of computers all of you are basically connected if one user has a virus or mao wear or something on their system and you a part of that wifi network that came across into your device now kennett infect your device may be some devices may not be become infected maybe there's a windows virus better than gets on your a phone but the phone itself has not infected but then you take the phone home or you take it into your office and you connect to that wifi and that mao where can leave your phone and go across into these other networks so you this is the reason why public wifi can be very very dangerous is very nice to have that can activity but at the same time it does bring a certain set of risk that you need to understand as we move into more and more interconnected devices and again they're referring to this now is called i ot internet of things if you are moving in art as we move along we're going to have thousands millions of these devices and each one of them bring something to the table that can be a problem so when you're out and your connecting into a wifi somewhere public wifi in need to keep in mind that your system is very very vulnerable you may not have a patch on your computer they can make you boehner will you may not have a far waller antivirus program how many people have watches at you got an antibiotic program firewall on nobody and listen the the bad guys are really looking for any kind of device they can infect if you go out and look for instance at the.

wifi facebook phone home boehner antivirus program windows
"phone home" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"One i'm ready here's your first question there are of course a lot of specialty shoes which of these might you really be able to slip onto your own feet a ski walker's shoes that sprouts skis when you want to get down a snowy hill quickly he phone holders shoes which can hold your smartphone in the toes you can just look at your feet and enjoy some youtube or see no place like home shoes you click your heels together three times and a gps unit guides you home one of those it's true one of them what was it one ski walker's shoes that sprouts skis and you want to get down a snowy hill quickly habits hey you two for three is that your choice i have no idea while three is the no place like home shoes you click your heels together and lights up and shows you had to go down we have to choose a phone home sean holder shoes that's the middle choice you just put your phone on it you walk around with down at you there also improbablei'm going to truth what is that we know is actually no place like shoes it was the 3rd1 was shoes they're not they're not commercially available yet but yes the idea is you click three times and it lights up elie dis and a point you the way read sparkling i hope so all right next question is still tumor chances shoes can get you in trouble as one which of these incidents happened a a fleeing drug dealer was caught by police in a nighttime foot chase because he was wearing those laid up shoes be thirteen models ended up in a basement where the combined stress of their high heels punched through the runway floor orca woman sling back mules gutter thrown out of church because of salacious revealing of the toes.

gps phone home
"phone home" Discussed on That Awful Sound

That Awful Sound

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on That Awful Sound

"I want to see if this were kind of like this music video s super corning super funny but overall lake fairly well done i interesting sets and kinda liked it yeah it's almost it's reminiscent of alec in more ways than one of like power man 5000 kind of varying lengths worlds collide worlds collide it's got a like campi old school movie kind of a like a classic apt like a lasted horror editing style and in body movements you know everybody thinks they're dracula in this music video who knows fraught to right um but they also set in like an industrial warehouse basement type thing much like our worlds collide was there sexy aliens yeah robot aliens androids maryland and women with like silver paint on their face yeah what were you talked about oh i guess that makes you an android a feared just an actual these alien within our early nothing but human women with like silver paint r y yeah i was just i was assuming they were the they were the robot's because they had silver yes skin didn't have like intente early thing to denote aliens like they they weren't wearing rings right or like they weren't asking to phone home or to like if you could take meteor dealer something right that's what aliens did in the ninety four they're not doing any of those they were doing any of the classic aliens staff darius too a home looks goods go through this video chronological years of the first shots we get her a of the drummer and it's like.

alec phone home darius maryland android
"phone home" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:00 min | 4 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Shield three calling for more info visit member torre see why a dot com baritone ideas driving results you're on the road this holiday in your missing your family your phone home and oh man the noise in your cab interfere is in a rupture call don't go another minute without the award winning blue parried three fifty sixty bluetooth headset this holiday season let me tell you all that background no he's will be eliminated at the blue para three fifty eckstein bluetooth headset is my personal recommendation for eliminate in the background noise with their acclaim noise canceling microphone technology the program mobile paired button allows you to set mute or speed dial in more you get faster pairing jp s directions and the ability to stream our show each night stop but it pilot lobs or th tonight also nothing.

torre phone home bluetooth
"phone home" Discussed on Amplified

Amplified

01:38 min | 6 years ago

"phone home" Discussed on Amplified

"This amount of privacy it it keeps them behind their competition because they're unwilling to use that information are unwilling to what i would call a exploit that customer data that user data the way that other companies are not they will use it apple will not and we i mean that's what we want right i don't want to be us i want anyone to know anything about my stuff exactly and apple knows that not knowing it their they could be doing more they could be earning more money they could be commercialising us a little man well you know i i think that the there's two different groups going on here there's um you know the marketing side and and the user side and i think his users we generally don't want the the marketers and advertisers to have all of the information that they've freely had for years you know and and apple is taking a stand against that and i think that in all users appreciate that obviously the marketers don't in the advertisers don't you know they want every little detail of information that they can possibly get again i want every yeah and you know that's what's that's that's one of the things that scares me not not scares me but that's what have things i'm aware of or concerned about with all apps because there are a lot of apps that record what we're doing or phone home i mean one of this things that would be incredibly valuable for me as a guy who makes podcast.

apple phone home