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"red press" Discussed on Future of the American City

Future of the American City

07:37 min | 2 months ago

"red press" Discussed on Future of the American City

"Today with daniels a graphic designer interested in the means of production and the labour. Daniel joins us today to discuss her work on in detroit. Danielle walk thank you. Thanks for having me so among the many projects you've been engaged in recently. I know you've been doing research on the work of fredy perlman and the detroit. Printing co operative who was fredy perlman. Fredy perlman was a leftist. He kind of relisted any kind of labels but he was interesting to me because he's sort of like leftist thinker and writer who got really interested in printing opened the sprinting cooperative. That was like this site where anybody could print for free as long as you learn to use the machines and kind of maintain them you sort of opened it with a group of people but he got really interested in print technology and started experimenting with ways of putting together books and like hamlets and things and so at certain point. I got interested in. Like detroit's graphic design history and trying to figure out you know. Detroit is in a place where we have a ton of like universities or schools. Necessarily that are doing graphic design. There's cranbrook academy of art which is like forty five minutes away. The college for creative studies in detroit but like when we talk about graphic design history in the. Us it's usually organized around what can oriented around east coast or west coast. So i started to look for detroit. Scrapped busying history. I came on freddie. Romans work which you know. He's totally untrained. Was like really interesting to me because it was sort of political but also just like very idiosyncratic. That's sort of how i started to research it. But but he's mostly known as a sort of like anarchist writer anarchist thinker specifically and our go primitivism and he and his wife lori and prominent founded black inbred press which published tons of books in. He's he passed away. Eighty bay his way still keeps black and red press going today. The notion of the detroit cooperative press obviously extended well beyond the perlman's so what kinds of things what kind of people were involved in that coa only be here. Yeah i shouldn't. Maybe i can give like a sort of chronology a little bit. So basically free pro. Men came to detroit in nineteen sixty nine with his wife lorraine so he was not originally from year but he had an appointment at a western michigan university as an economics professor for a couple of years and then moved to detroit in sixty-nine at a time when it felt like kind of there was revolutionary potential of the city there had been the uprising sixty seven and there's a lot of activity going on around unions. The league of revolutionary black workers was active in. The city was a black panthers party than there were like through the publication the fifth estate which is also going to now. It's called like an anarchist. The location at the time. I think they identified themselves that way but so they moved to detroit and kind of mit some other like minded people and decided to step set up what they called at the time of revolutionary printing. Cooperative where they wanted to print they were printing pamphlets and things that they were writing but they were also kind of working alongside members of sds students for democratic society. And like at that time it was really important to be able to print in order to get your message out or whatever you know so there are still there was actually Owns like censorship but like printers weren't always willing to print certain kinds of things because it could get them into trouble so when freddie and lorraine prompted moved to detroit the kind of like set network of places where they could produce pamphlets so there was a god one place where they would do the typesetting in someplace else they would do the printing and then at the end of sixty nine they found out a used offset press that they could get access to and then they collected funds kind of borrowed money and then a group of about six six or seven people set up this trade printing co op and that ended up running from nineteen seventy nine one thousand nine hundred eighty and so didn't really have official members but they had more what they called users and it was like they kind of resist. They didn't want to be a part of any kind of political party or anything like that but they were like committed to being like nonprofit also they also became members of the i w w industrial workers of the world and so they created this lake logo like kind of like printers label that says abolish the wage system on power to the workers that they printed on everything that they put out and they considered the property at the co op to be like erlich considered the machines to be social property so like anybody could use whatever they wanted as long as they kind of helped keep it up some of the groups that came through there where members of the league of revolutionary black workers which was like this. I can talk about them a little bit later. But they were like the group of that had come out of the car. Factories sort of this like marxist leninists kind of militant group within the labor union that was sort of resisting. Uaw leadership which at the time was a conservative and white dominated by white people. So they kind of it was like a group of link militant black workers that started the screwed. Some of them were using the print facilities. But but there's only one small allow people from the fifth estate raising at members of students for democratic society. And then just other random people among many other things came out of the co op. In that decade. I understand the first english translation of debord cited spectacle for example just to give our listeners. Some sense of some of the actual commitments yet. That's actually how i came into this project was. I didn't like so there's a first. English translation A society spectacle was printed at the co-op and they also did. The translation was like a unauthorized translation. It's like an addition that a lot of people are kind of familiar with. It has a picture on the cover of people sitting in a theater with three glasses on and that was just a picture that one of the founders decided to use all the images that are used with without rights. but it's but it's interesting because french edition the gables. Original french copy is like kind of like very Cidade has no images of classical typography but then they did the us edition they brought in images that they put that they kind of like used to illustrate the text in a way and then that ended up being really like the the only copy that circulated in english until the ninety s when like another translation came out. So those the copy that. I kind of recognize surprising to me to find out that that was actually printed industry. That was certainly the addition that i encountered in grad school. Right when i i was exposed to bore. And so what's so powerful daniel. The story is the notion of the the means of production in a city like detroit. That of course has been compared to you. Know as as much as any other american city a place in which you know. labor rights labor union labor organizing have been at the forefront. But the means of production that there was a surplus offset printing rig available and that could then be made in a kind of kind of cooperative and arctic forum to all number of users. I think is fantastic. Entry point so so. This is a research project that you develop some time in. It took the form of an exhibition. So tell us about this exhibition. And and what were the choices faced. Who were the audience exhibition so that we might understand how you interpreted the.

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"red press" Discussed on Interesting If True

Interesting If True

04:00 min | 4 months ago

"red press" Discussed on Interesting If True

"Like no thank you. Maybe after she found out her mama's gonna live again. I guess you're right. I was being as banharn like selling back. People whether on their oss little bit. You know you wouldn't be here if you weren't such more on. I'm not sure that helps them heal you. Don't want to steve. yeah. You don't do that but i've wanted. I mean of yelled at other cars like you don't do that. That's my idea of a great sunday afternoon. I may not have done it in real reality. But i've done it in my head a lot. What do you do during the weekends right. Go to the hospital and yell at people or make fun of ugly babies in front of their parents. It's great has so for their for their part. Real real hotter rep jones. Who that's that's his name firs goes jones says quote. Real water is asking that all retailers pulled the product from the shelf effective immediately and hold it in the back rooms or return it to the distributors. Customer who has purchased real water from a retailer is asked to return the product. The end not not commenting on all at all on the people. It's hurt just put it in the background. That'd be fun. don't feed it after midnight. Gosh alkaline water may claim to cure cancer but definitely does give you all the symptoms of hepatitis. At least the top of their web does have a nice big red press release real water product. Recall on it. Oh yeah they host that up real bad. There's a bunch of these two. There's so many places when people to sell alcan is or machines that purport to do it in your home. And how much of the they're really affordable right. Like 'cause if you have a company like this you wanna make sure everyone lives longer so you charge very little except for real water. That's fifteen dollars. Yeah right you can get two eight ounce bottles from their website for thirty bucks. Even if you're peddling snake oil shale you don't wanna kill your customers that makes you a bad virus live so they can keep getting more alive. Yeah it's a. it's a horribly corrupt symbiotic. Relationship is instead of charging for the water. You just have to write me into your will. And i'll give you as much water as you want for as long as you need it. I call the baptist approach. I think if you return a case of tainted real water you should get a jade egg just you can also use it as art. Rose so to summarize. Simple bottle of alkaline. Water will not alkaline. Is your body. Even if it could their effects would be anything but healthy desirable. Best case you get sick worse case you wind up on a liver transplant. Lists like the five kids. I just mentioned and maybe die also just say no to water will say no to all who. Let's just put their lives out of detroit than our flint unless you live in flint in which case might not be the worst alternative to tap water a picture poison moment but instead the people from flint need to go get jaden smith's water because he's actually been handing out water for flint for years without saying anything about it strangely enough awesome. Yeah go him. Well congratulations steve. I hope that. What did your appetite for water. Puns in an upcoming quiz. I'm erin and i'd like to thank all of our listeners. Our supporters and mike. Oh ho steven thanks guys. We will get you. Yeah maybe i. I can't promise sorry love you. Though on this week. I learned that if you can bottle it someone will buy it. It's not necessarily a good thing to know not the takeaway you should want ever aboard final. Where about the show. Social links and contact information interesting to dot com music for the episode was created by wayne jones and was used with permission the opinions views nonsense expressed in the show or those of the hosts only denier ever send any other people organizations or life forums. All rights reserved interesting through twenty twenty..

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"red press" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"red press" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Aaron gold greens here nice only make what a phone for that one voice talent it forget about it I am responding madly yes but I like to do don't forget to have your frosted lucky charms to start off Tuesday St Patrick's day maybe instead of milk use a little Guinness can't go wrong with that some bangers and mash and then mid day I think maybe you could do some shepherd's pie that's always good can't go wrong with that core beef and cabbage some Guinness and Irish whiskey and then just take it all the way to dinner call an uber or left do not drive yourself and we are continuing with Saint Patrick's day Irish whiskey tasting maneuvers Samadi a Dave we've got Danny joining us Samadi a Dave we have just finished the two tool more dues love that single malt fourteen but we haven't tried that yet now we're going to do right now that's right okay so I got this the fourteen year old is actually been finished in port cask Bourbon casks Madeira cask in oloroso sherry casks so forecasts correct yes wow of those you're going to get some zesty citrus grilled pineapple you know the flavor profiles and big big creamy malt with loads of Allah for all those different Charles it's gonna be right sweet hints approach apple all right let me take a step now what that is I got some major label on the taste buds yeah that jumps out a lot of fire lot of sizzle lot of spice lot of fruitiness a lot of you can definitely taste the open the sherry this thing just pops you know this is something you know a lot of women might not enjoy whiskey because it's too dryer did but they like to say is better this would fit their palette perfectly well I'd watered down a bit I notice little I use that phone actually I would just put some branch of water in here to cut it a little bit because it's got a lot of sizzle just radar to watch for most women even for some men but it is very fruity and very flavorful suggested retail you're looking at about a fifty two dollar bottle art so definitely more expensive now we're going to go into the Middleton single pot still Irish whiskey berry Crockett legacy and it says as custodians of the legendary Middleton style for over three decades how fitting it is that the first ongoing bottling of a pot still whiskey are the Middleton name pays tribute to our master distiller E. Crockett no relation to Davy Crockett all right so somebody Dave if your poor little bitty or forming their just got got it right there for me you're going to get it hello again the Roma of the Nell and toasted oak and it's gonna be complemented by a touchline succulent green berries pears in green sweet peppers this is nice this is really nice yeah it is great flavor wow I'm definitely getting some sweet most apple right on the nose yeah great apple green apple for sure all say cheers take a sip here and this is the Midleton very receive a bottle of wartime legacy yeah Barry Crockett legacy mmhm very tasty all this is beautiful this is an incredibly smooth it sure is it's smooth it's tame with just a hint of pepper spice note yet just as beautiful I give us a five star selection as well he is down this is very good yeah it is in the beauty of this is with the you get that little bit of the novel you know that it stands up what are we looking at cost wise I believe it's around fifty dollars a bottle worth it Danielle yes Sir you got to add this to your tiki bar and hands down that's coming on the market that I have not been invited to have not visit just just just to let you know that's okay you have to check with the with the Mrs deceive you gonna buy me not at all sure I can do is shown there okay that we do that we should just seeing you know maybe I should business whatever mission Tony's very aggressive I did notice some like leash marks right around the neck I just I just I was just pointing that out she let me out for an hour hi that's good that's good all right you got a report back here in ten minutes all right so here's what we're gonna do when we come back we're going to be moving into the red dress which let me finish I was gonna say into sorry it to the wreckage inspected portion of our Irish whiskey tasting but overs we're going breast hunting if you will redbreast we're going to have their lost our additional redbreast twelve the red press fifteen I never met a large breast idea love okay that's the bottom line racquets and stack it John everyone who doesn't like red glass bottom line when we come back we'll sample that it is sick I don't.

"red press" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"red press" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Are here eager to solve problems three oh three seven one three talked out don has a comment a looking for that up one fifty this woman called up are a truck rear ended her vehicle then when they when the highway patrol or whoever said Hey let's take it to a parking lot that guy took off and she's very upset of course she had damages handled by her insurance company but she's pissed off and I would be too late you know people getting away with that crap so don what's your comment well that would get me nuts too yeah she's willing to kill our sitting on a ramp looking for one fifty if she has a phone and a strong finger what's up with every repair shop in the Denver metro in Colorado springs they take normally want when they repair trucks in my opinion I've had a few injury like body shops body shops I'm sorry a body shops and they have your license plate right there and maybe she could do our own detective work well what what is it that's true but what if it's an F. one fifty being worked on does it have a disabled plate I mean all of that but maybe the guy here's the thing that's if you bother getting it repaired she also said that the air bags were blown on his all he had to have on his yes were you stationed I was gonna say if you walked into my business and request to start looking at my customers license plates I tell you to pound sand and take a hike yeah so but the body shop yeah they may not be cooperative unless it was please anyway thanks for the idea you know you know you do there are and I think you have to be certified to work on air bags now again these are things police would do and and they would have because these are all tools of the trade if there was a serious crime Tom wouldn't they have to take that to a Ford dealer to get the airbag specs I'm not I don't think so now I think that he no no no there are designated shops are shops that have authority not authorities the wrong word but they've been certified or something to do this when it comes to air bags is very special because you mean you do not want an airbag deploying when not needed these sensors have to be replaced that all has to be done three oh three seven one three talk seven one three eight two five five is our phone number and we are talking about anything you want to talk about I'm gonna give you some follow ups in a second here I'm just bringing them up on the computer of the sleaze brigade because what we're asking you to do is go to sleaze brigade dot com and then please tell us if you have any new information on any of the members and that's three oh three seven one three talk and the they the name of the site is sleaze brigade dot com David Wolper Raz has been getting away with crime for years he's as our latest that we really want information on this guy is a dirt bag back in two thousand fifteen seven news in Denver warned us about this clown back then homeowner said they they pay them for work and died they had they got incomplete shoddy jobs okay now she paid up front his company was known as D. P. freedom construction the P. for David per as he looks like he's still ripping people off the homeowner called my show to that I say today that was October sixteenth claiming he gave per as four thousand two hundred dollars never saw him again after very little work was done now per red press listen to this he's been arrested in the past for felony check fraud death from the elderly our fifth from at risk adults and theft of rental property he's even serve time in prison he's back so you got to be where up this guy called the David Paul per Raz and he is listed as sleaze brigade dot com along with this photograph the next guy is this Jamie Bach he got twenty years in prison as a result of you guys complaining and also putting this stuff together and mostly of course the weld county prosecutor the district attorney who took the time to do something these are one of the rare cases where consumer complaints were investigated and I have to my hat's off to weld county district attorney's office he got twenty years can you imagine I worked on that one and there was no violent crime here we're talking about ripping off homeowners so Jamie Bob was exposed on my radio show when someone called about as fencing and landscaping scam he's ripped off many residents from love land all the way it did but basically the front range and the latest one was the greens at van to water victims say he took more than eleven thousand dollars from the complex to do some work never did any and they get the spokesperson for the community said they hired a private investigator to hunt down the scumbag and according to the investigator's report he used to reside in Windsor Colorado he skipped out there on eight thousand dollars in rent so Jamie claim to be the owner of Jane J. fencing he is not that company is legit and it has nothing to do with him he has twenty years in prison for six Denver's talk station with Ross Kaminski in the morning Dan caplets in the afternoon six thirty K. 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"red press" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"red press" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"red press" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"red press" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Well, those is true that the level of violence at the end of demonstrations in front has become extreme in the past three years. Not all LBJ and gas grenade. Injuries were provoked by rioters. They're happy numerous testimonies from people who say they do nothing violent whatsoever. But was shot by the police after talking to journalists Clem on Leno. I spoke to a colleague of his low home back to Lucy who tells me he was shot in the leg while reporting on a demonstration he was wearing a red press. Armband was a good distance from any demonstrator, and we shot for no reason tool. He says casino systematic filming of LBJ shots could curb this sorts of abuse and other things his Clem Leno will be to extend riot training to those now using this dangerous weapon. Release. Also, there's not enough training. So this is something that can be improved on in particular for the so-called anti-criminal brigades, the PAC who have been drafted in to confront the demonstrators over the past few weeks. These men have unlike the Sierras riot police and the genomes never been given riot-control training. They used to firing the LBJ's and more static situations against criminals. So maybe the solution would be if we're not going to ban LBJ to better train, the people who use them. The French interior ministry has ordered a further one thousand two hundred eighty dis for the next four years. DWI paris. I'm Keith Walker in Bonn, Germany. You're listening to inside Europe..

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"red press" Discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"red press" Discussed on Inside Europe

"Burns and cuts to the head enormous bruises. You get from taking L B ball on the cheek not counted. For example, some of the worst injuries and probably all the lost is have been afflicted by the VDI dark gray futuristic sub lethal weapon whose most famous version is the flash bull made by vani Cal affirm that we manufacturing hunting rifles since the seventeenth century. What do we get is exaggerating? It's not a weapon of war. You would want to fire rubber bullets in a war. But it's pretty nasty. Clem Leno is a photojournalist who's been following the protests on the ground. They we could Blissett Sola manifesto digital. Jess the LB d. Is dangerous. We've seen a lot of people injured during the vest protests. The security forces aren't allowed to fire the LBJ at the head or the lower body. But a demonstrations people are moving all the time as a lot of movement. So it's difficult for them to aim properly. I've seen several times LB shots into crowds. And then you see people fall into the ground with leg injuries or sometimes I- injuries. There can be a lot of bleeding. It's quite shocking. We're not used to seeing this sort of thing demonstrations in Europe LB's have been banned in Austria island, Finland Norway, Sweden Denmark, and the UK only Greece Poland and Spain outside of Catalonia allow they use become footed by the decision of the consider interior minister Christoph cast, speaking on RT, L radio said the security forces absolutely need this weapon in their weekly clashes with July, June Tonka, sir Ivar contact techno. There are rioters who come to demonstrations with the sole aim of fighting with the security forces. And I know that if we take these weapons away from the police, what will they have left when they are attacked and forced to defend themselves. They can fight with their bare hands or they can use their service revolvers, neither you nor. I would want them to use their service revolvers, and I want to avoid hand to hand fights what we can do is provide a better framework for the use of the LB D. I have ordered that. Whenever in LB, d is fired. That shooting is filmed last Saturday. There were thirty two LB shots fired. Thirty two were filmed. True that the level of violence at the end of demonstrations in France has become extreme in the past three years. Not all LB de guests. Grenade. Injuries were provoked by rises. There have been numerous testimonies from people who say they were doing nothing violent whatsoever. But was shot by the police after talk into journalist Clem on Leno. I spoke to the colleague of his low home back to Lucy who tells me he was shot in the leg. LB while reporting on a demonstration he was wearing a red press. Armbands was a good distance from any demonstrator and was shot Fano reason tool. He says casino systematic filming of LB shots could curb this sorts of abuse. Another thing says Clem Leno would be to extend riot training to those now using this dangerous weapon. Police all say there's not enough training. So this is something that can be improved on in particular for the so called anti-criminal brigades PAC who have been drafted into confront the demonstrators over the past few weeks. These men have unlike the Sierras right police and the genome never been given riot control training. They used to firing their LB in more static situations against criminals. So maybe the solution would be if we're not going to ban LB dis to better train, the people who use them. The French interior ministry has ordered a further one thousand two hundred eighty for the next four years. John Orson d-w Paris. And I'm Keith Walker in Bonn, Germany. You're listening to inside Europe. Many Europeans were nervous about US. President Donald Trump's state of the union speech this week after a year in which he imposed sanctions on imports of steel and aluminium threatened to tax German cars on revealed just how serious he is about pulling the US out of NATO the speech ended up barely mentioning European interests. Except for one as Teri Schultz reports. President Trump didn't quit NATO Tuesday night, which brought us I of relief in many quarters, but he did mention another security issue..

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"red press" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

07:57 min | 3 years ago

"red press" Discussed on The CyberWire

"To manipulate search engines and. And drive traffic to the services that they want. They need websites to be in good working order. And so part of that is to be able to upgrade WordPress or reinstall WordPress if it happens to not be working for some reason, I assume they would run this code to update or fix it at first Weeden. No. Ultimately with them our was doing when I started the analysis, I was looking at that code, I, that fixes WordPress or of updates reinstalled the and and he'll why would want to do that. But if intially we discovered, you know, the reason for its existence is to have search engines, crawl and index, these spam results. So the malware authors need the website to be in good working order. Otherwise, the search engine, the spam won't get indexed or maybe the search engine will big nor the site because it's broken or or something like that. So part of the effort to make sure the. It works is to be able to fix WordPress or updated. And then the other part of that was to search for existing malware and deleted. Yeah, take us through that. I mean, is you think it's looking for competition or is it part of that effort to keep things up and running without drawing any attention to the site? I think it's both at first. I saw that code and I figured that the author of Bobby is the same author of all of this other malware that it's checking or you know, maybe they had older stuff they were wanting to remove. But as you know, again, as the purpose of the malware became clear, I realized that what it's probably doing removing competition, not necessarily because the author has anything against these other malware authors. But again, just to make sure the sites doesn't do anything that will prevent it from being indexed by search engines. So it looks like our scanner. It looks like you know, some of these WordPress security plug. You know a little bit like word pensive in that it has these signatures that belong to common other our and if it finds them than it can run this code that deletes that malware out of a file and restore the file to its original uninfected state. There's also some code that looks for simple defacements which is where you know someone has broken into a side and just, you know, rewrite the index file with Hecht by whoever. So it looks for any of those and it just deletes those. And then if possible, it'll restore whatever files overwritten by the defacement. So it's going for a few different things there. And like you said, it's both, you know, removing competition, but also trying to avoid notice because really what they want to do is make sure nobody really notices the websites are getting hacked and nobody the search engines. Don't notice that. Anything strange is going on. They'll just go ahead and index those spam pages and drive the traffic that the hackers want. Then everybody wins, I guess, well, events, an interesting way to frame it too, because if I'm running a WordPress site that gets infected with Bob yoga, am I likely to know? Are there going to be any performance issues? How will I know that there's a problem will even know there's a problem. I don't think that there would be a way for you to notice unless you're either running a security product like word Vance, or maybe if you're really actively monitoring your performance in search results than you might notice some of these spam pages starting to show up in the search results for your site. But otherwise, if you're not taking some kind of active measure to really watch for changes to your code or changes to the pages that your site is generating or the search results for your site. Than I, I don't think that you'd probably ever notice. It's interesting in your research, you used the phrase that it's a symbiotic relationship. And I think that's interesting because I can see if we just sort of put aside the fact that malware is bad if I'm running my site and someone is doing updates for me and backups for me and making sure that my sight is an infected with other malware, the performance of my site hasn't been affected, and I don't even notice that anything's going on here. It's a funny thing to think about, isn't it like, do we actually have a problem? It is a, it's very unusual question that I don't think I've seen come up in any of the other malware that I've researched there is a problem, obviously because it is someone else using websites that belong to other people, and that's not okay, that's never okay. And obviously if something came up that was even less ethical, I'm. I'm sure that they would switch to that. You know, there was some kind of way to use these sites to attack something and make more money that way. I imagine they wouldn't have any qualms about switching to that instead. Right. So let's not fool ourselves into thinking that they're doing this for anyone's benefit but their own. Right, right. And the other thing is that the way that they are manipulating search engine ranking is also going to harm other organizations that would be competing that aren't doing this kind of shady work. So if you have some honest essay writing service and you're just writing genuine content, try and promote yourself or whatever. Then I think that the spam code that we saw when we were analyzing it would probably just roll right over you and then the hackers win at your expense. Right, right. So what are your recommendations for people to protect themselves against this will my first recommendation for anyone using red press sites. Obviously. Has to use a security plug in. I have to recommend word fence. I think it's the best out there. Completely unbiased, right. Scores, scientifically as security professionals, we always talk a lot about defense and depth. So there has to be a broader awareness of security as part of the entire way that you run a website. So you know, running word fence or or whatever security product is part of sherve Arizona. Also, you have to make sure that you use secure password practices. You can't use a week, paps word on ABC's, or it will eventually guest in the hackers will guess it and will break him. You can't use the same password for your website as you used for any other camped. You just can't do that anymore. Maybe a decade ago that would have been okay or something, but say JR. Massive data breaches and password eeks you just can't do that. So you know, using a password manager is something that I also really wholeheartedly recommend if you don't do that ready now is the time to start. And that includes the password that used in doing nistration on your website. And other really important thing obviously, is to keep your website up to date men that clues WordPress every plug in or theme. Just make that part of the life. Your website is it's just consistently checking updates and applying them as soon as possible. Because part of the benefit of that is you may notice problems sooner you know, has compromised or something that that can help. Then the other is of course protecting in the first place from outdated, maybe all noble plug it. I have it encamped, Pachas vulnerabilities and help protect your site.

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"red press" Discussed on The New Media Show (Audio)

The New Media Show (Audio)

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"red press" Discussed on The New Media Show (Audio)

"Is you essentially yeah no that's near it's overly simply explaination for about eight hundred page document so that's the rationale why the red press release didn't come out was concerns around that kind of stuff and i'm not in a i'm todd i don't know how far down this rabbit hole that you want to go but there's there's concerns about read right in what's what's the what's the reasons behind it you know and i think i mean our our particular rationale for thinking it's a good idea is the fact that you know we've been pro gathering more accurate information on play information we would like that too and if it's anonymous it's even better you know it kind of in it's it's a supplement to the server side data correct and and it's a good supplement but it's going to be a relatively small supplement of data i don't know this certain big companies participate i don't have a dollar here in my reach but i'm holding up a virtual dollar audience i'm gonna lay a gentlemen's wager on the table robin the seafield we willing to take this i'll get no no i'm i'm betting a buck that apple is not going to participate yeah i would say that the timing on this couldn't be any worse i would say everybody's heightened in their sensitivities around this stuff semi dollars rational or not the point so did anyone wanna take me up on that the same apple will provide rad data i i got a dollar he won't take that bet rupp just by.

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"red press" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"red press" Discussed on Bigmouth

"An it's not now that we're getting but metz but but is being a pop star they're trying to be anti pops doesn't the by the by the sick this do you think the lovely exit utter a that'll real at civilised adding i think i like the fought its defeats divided the room wrong rugged on right that's good record should divide people on a i think about his what law is the ninth of these records awful everybody by definition that not from nozzle michaeli's they and he gave body language listening is that right but i pint blood they exist and particularly he made me listen to both of them alphand album of the house wet tom because then you're at least that's what i did a thought at least a museum a time wisely he i was your kitchen flew it as a say now reminds with a lovely eggs records tests dreadful complex article michael don't worry we'll have for local playfully it'll be fought finally let's talk about the movie service specifically flops that shouldn't have flopped everyone has a favorite movie that should have done a lot better he may find it personally hurtful you'll favorite didn't actually become partnered world world alight with music was no bragging value in that red pressing never head vr flopped movies all just flops so we've asked michael and sean to choose the maybe that should have been huge but wasn't michael each using well ira agonized over this i had uncle a list of about six though i could talk about i thought office space yes which i love that's got cult following yes south the odds on if that counts scott pilgrim bush of the world which are light which flopped books as well kiss kiss bang bang leaves ever seen that when you went down a junior and val kilmer kind of newark.

"red press" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"red press" Discussed on The Filmcast

"A or biting leg i guess there's probably some old reason they used a bite lions to see if they were real in the sod ever whenever weird agricultural background this guy comes thinks he's seen it all he has a suspicion of what this stuff isn't he assessing his suspicion i can't wait to see the new marvel comic above the plant the planet eater who goes around hat it does he faced a little bit of it was the accident i it would be funny if he together four you see the video samoan made by they had their kids do the cnn the kid like took out the margarita glass in life is salt at the end of the fvo though so did you like see in your minds i like i'm seeing ships like you know on the ground with like this red trail erupting behind them liquidating your mind's eye when you wrote the scene or how did it come nicknames yeah that was a visual that was again very early though is from back and like the rick harder talks and the the initial thing of it was actually wanted to a big battle and can communicate the the violence of the battle but these are you no know you you don't don't show blood and star wars movies as urgency thirteen movies and so initial thing was i'll win at the amazing to have a movie where the landscaped itself could graphically communicate the violence of the battle um sand will on i'll also the notion that uh the landscape would evolve during the course of the battle the idea that at the beginning it's widened pristine and then it gets scarred increasingly red and the end after the canning goes of blows all the way the way so as justice red hell scape and then as luke comes out and is doing it really aren't coming back into uh the legend that he needs to be and kind of healing of the world the stuff salt snowfalls and trends everything back into pristine white i really like the idea of the landscape itself having a narrative to it there in and worse without all saints with an epa thinking behind us nokes like throw room as well like by have the great red press representation there yet will that was that was.

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"red press" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"red press" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That law the stuff i don't know what it is have to look it up so twitter facebook on kinda burned out on it it's just it's a different interfaces different it simpler i i like something different jake talking wbz six 175 what 1030 wbz newsradio 1030 we're looking at chinese food and i gotta somehow got ahead hankering for chinese would maybe that'll be a good thing to do for new year's eve right new year's eve one night when you can splurge let's face it most of us don't go out right right because it's disappointing isn't it isn't always disappointing when have you ever gone out for new year's eve and had to be yeah boy i'm glad i went out for me it's always this anticipation of some sort of climactic event and as five four three two one we we do your ted your champagne and then what now oh career go home no way it's just think of it as a night off i'm taking it off new year's eve but i'm going to do is maybe you could journeys vote now our this discussion which at i get at a bottle of red press sacko why because it's fun to say as i liked the red so what's your favorite chinese foot what are you really love to kinda gore on on sour soup ed dropped soup single egg jumpsuit bonton soup single on tons of chinese venues have lots of stuff on it salty though you can really talk to the waiter and ask for anything special you just got kinda take it like it is always to sauces beg slice chicken an i sasaski cashew chicken kung pao chicken peking duck app you gotta hear some of the classics general ghows chicken who was general gal and why did he coke is chicken like this move shoe chicken there is a documentary about general gow and the chickens all documentary all right i'll come on that among the notice note to self so then that's a legitimate question someone else had that question and then went to the great great lengths of doing a documentary on who is general gowon wide of why we name chicken after him i'm a big squid fan now i'm a fan of squid a big fan of squid not as fan of bigs would.

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"red press" Discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"red press" Discussed on Game Scoop!

"I'm sorry didn't through wife say at one point that counting anything his look done so i'm in yeah but then the the viewers the people that really matter the show they like economic thing games scoop not wife scoop yacht yoga kenton for fruit for you since you were kind enough to send me this i'll use this this one time and then the new year 2018 of recollect counting on what we can see how we appeal yet and we set up a new counter kansas for this you know about the area yeah let's bring up the counter cam the reds pressing cookout ohga kids and also gives us our twenty questions suggestion this week let the the questioning okay does your character wear a hat does your character where damon lead union stirling who's you always look at the hands question and then i'm going to say i'm gonna say it suffers all can't your question uh i'm going to say yes but it might be controversial what are you have to ask the functional hack questioned now i don't wanna get out of the letter might be controversial rules that makes me think of one immediate thing but i don't wanna is it canton toe that was exactly what i thought yeah because it would be controversial because italy has a hat in the world the hand ahead but some people don't want to believe that there's some there's some mixed cannon about whether the toad is whether is the mushroom part of his head or is it a hat yet euro vascular system insider carrying blood throughout his eric mushin' had let's move on.

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"red press" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"red press" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"Yeah do they do they do guys so barged they met each other law opec each other at the base of the skull to break each other spinal cords vicious passed out early are i didn't notice breast robin redbreasts redbreasts is there surname well explain yourselves in the 16th century in the end in the fifteen censoring the fifteenth century they used to give human names so familiar species so it was a red press but then there would be like rope in how you doing it's a robin redbreasts so red presses the surname and red breast it shouldn't be redbreasts breasted should be robin orange breast because they have orange breast but sorry you just before the with changing reds orange in going down that line are you saying that they use to cool birds you're not his true like i think one of those mavis isn't it like a is a thrush us something they call mavis in asia an unbroken is the only christian human named stuck around and the species roland redrose mavis thrush that was but then what you're saying actually the other but it is quite true as well which is that they they don't have rep breast they raise they have orange press but back then in the fifteen thcentury we didn't have the word red amazingly we just didn't have the words so they said that's that's orange because that's what they associated as they lumped into we didn't have the word orange.

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"red press" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"red press" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"You agree that attorney general sessions made the right decision to recuse himself from the invest the russian investigation because his part of the camp thing i've i've novi i'd have to look through the facts of that nine as red press reports which i am not accurate so far as i understand the facts yes yes i so far as i understand the facts who is sensible yeah i think the terni general made the right call because it's going to be pretty difficult the attorney general investigate that the campaign of what you is intrical involved so this the start of all this process so once the attorney general steps aside uh you got the deputy attorney general we all agree that he could take his place and continue if he's not conflict it is that a s from everybody yes yes they only had a statement by the president and some actions by the president that unnerved the deputy attorney joe on a point a special council deal with that yes yes that's how we got here we got here because sessions said i can't do this i should do this rosenstein says i will do this in some things happen between president colmey where of rosenstein said what we need some new person a special council to look at this that's how we got here all agree with that if what we're trying to do is make sure we move forward and hold mr muller accountable but also give him a protection to do his job so do you all agree that the president himself cannot fire mr moeller actually i'm if you read even the op ed by our mutual friends neil cuts y'all i'm in the washington post to actually help a re write the regulations he says that's not altogether clear i am the is not clear that the regulations themselves actually apply to the present as opposed to merely figures in the department of justice has the inherent authority to far this guy he may very well claimed that and both professor cut y'all and i think that that's not settled either way a legal scholars including a kilo read amar from yale university testifying before the senate judiciary committee he ma there is this breaking story tonight from cnn news and cnncom i'll share portion of it with you quote.

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"red press" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"red press" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"This attempt would like lead not stand up in a court challenge here's one line of questioning from that committee hearing and senator lindsey graham seles remind ourselves a while we're here to all of you agree that attorney general sessions made the right decision to recuse himself from the invest the russian investigation because who is part of the campaign five i've no pity i'd have to look through the facts of that night and as red press reports which i am not accurate so far as i understand the facts yes yes uh so far as i understand the facts who is sensible yeah i think the attorney general made the right call because it's going to be pretty difficult attorney joe on investigate that the campaign of which you is intrical involved so this the start of all this process so what's the attorney general steps aside you got the deputy attorney general we all agree that he could take his place and continue if he's not conflict it is that a yes from everybody yes yes they had a statement by the president and some actions by the president that unnerved the deputy attorney joe on any point in special council deal with that yes that's how we got here we got here because sessions said i can't do this i should do this rosenstein says i will do this in some things happen between president it colmey where of rosenstein said what we need some new person a special council to look at this that's how we got here all agree with that what we're trying to do is make sure we move forward and hold mr moeller accountable but also give him a protection to do his job so do you all agree that the president himself cannot fire mr mollar actually um if you read even the op ed by our mutual friends neil catch y'all i'm in the washington post to actually help to a re write the regulations he says that's not altogether clear i am the is not clear that the regulations themselves actually apply to the present as a opposed to merely and figures in the department of justice has the inherent authority to far this guy he may very well claimed that and put both professor cut y'all in i think the fast not settled either way a legal scholars including a kilo read.

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"red press" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 5 years ago

"red press" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The syrian government and the rebels each are blaming each other i spoke with enviar nelson news earlier today she's been monitoring these events from bay route and i asked or what she's hearing about what's happening on the ground it's been the attends couple days after the failed attempts and finally yesterday we saw the promised a vacuum a shin begin and to the red cross and it's partnered this year in red press and started to to bring con voice out and ten thousand people have been evacuated including hundreds of children the most critically wounded people but things stalled today and once heard and what's the reason for that the reason for that we're hearing some different things the syrian government says that the rebels had tried to to take hostage is without him on the buses and that they'd also tried to take happier weapons their only entitled to take their side arms with found that's what they say the rebels denial about and they _q's the regime forces of taking hostage is among the people that were on the conflict so it's a bit contradictory bet than you also have has below which is to let the nice militia that fights alongside offsides forces saying that actually there was also a protest against those last buses leaving because there are two small village is in the north of syria besieged by the rebels and they want a similar deal for those people about nine thousand people have been evacuated from eastern a lot though sense thursday who is left in the part of the city at this point so we we've heard mix figures on and how many people of actually gotten out but but humanitarian tosses that thousands remain inside this is not don many people still wanted to leave they fear they feared staying after that government takes over so at as to what the situation is now but humanitarian ser focused on infatuated nice remaining people and and also caring for tens of thousands of people who have played to the government side in the past couple weeks and took or the living and substandard shelters current have nothing if the syrian government has taken now full control of the love over at least is getting closer to doing that what does it mean for the future of the six year civil war olsen well it remains to that the government.

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