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"regine" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:44 min | 2 months ago

"regine" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"regine" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:28 min | 2 months ago

"regine" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Consulting physician for cell tree and sell your nutrition. There's all stuff. I'm actually rather interested in which is preventing or delaying or improving the aging process. And that is what cell train is about. I we she and i have talked about the aesthetic issues that you know we all worry about and but that is all just a reflection of what's going on in our cells the cells that become senescent an age. And today we're gonna talk about energy. Right dr read while it's back there. You bet energy. We all need it right lot. I need more now. I know. I wish i use add more hours of get more. But as we get older energy levels to decline it's almost inevitable in you know sometimes attributed to things like busy schedule as. I'm sure you have busy schedule. Lack of sleep All those things Do compound but the the decrease in energy could also be related. What's happening inside ourselves. So there is an important molecule known as in a d. I think you before. Act at the literature on the attention to any the therapeutics round have been revolutionary in the last couple of years. So i'm glad that sell train has a product for this and by the way the product and by the way this product is one i just happen to like and take so in a sense for nicotinamide adamy dinu klay tied being word. People don't prompt care. But but that's that's what in eighty stands for and it actually found in all living cells the reason that it's important. He plays a critical role in stale energy production. And it's also important for healthy mitochondria function insane repair now. The thing is as we get older in a declines in it can climb by as much as fifty percent by the time we get tough worries so between in in our or isn't sixties in declined significantly and so we need in a d to allow for saying their energy to produce for four steigler energy production. We need the ad at optimal levels because when that is not available that may make us feel tired in ourselves in not producing optimal levels of energy. I think that sometimes We try to find quick fixes for energy right so eating those quick power naps drinking caffeine lot of drinking caffeine. Those are only giving us quick. Fixes there's no long term benefit in it has no impact on nav levels. And so that is why using segler nutrients such as nicotinamide riboside which is actually a b. Three derivative so special form of niacin can be helpful as a precursor for a d when supplemented it hopes to boost in eighty which helps to renew ourselves ability to transform the food that we eat into energy source that can use in fact. Studies have shown that nicotine rob aside can increase. Nav levels in as soon as two weeks after supplementing. Your in our as a game changer. And there's a ton of literature out there on that and it's really one of the only ways to get a d levels up early exactly exactly in you. Hit the nail on the head again. They're so nicotinamide. Rive aside as a unique form of niacin is not readily available from our diet. No meat maybe can get trace amounts from cow's milk which we have to consume any extensive amount of cosmic to a very small amount of in our in Really not at a level at the clinical trials have shown would be necessary to actually have an impact on conjugal function. Do supplement is when the better way to go. There's real good evidence at any d- it as you mentioned. It does decline over our time here on the planet as we age but it may be the key mediator in to lou. This is really game. Changers machine is definitely an excellent tool to have in your toolbox because you know our proper nutrition exercise known. That's the foundation of things in terms of age with grace but Having this extra tool. I think what will allow for us. Really do better in terms of how we age in really experienced aging process. Little bit easier. i think. Thank.

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"regine" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:32 min | 2 months ago

"regine" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"The people that developed drug addiction are all from there all this regulated and they're primarily just regulated because they were traumatized and once they were traumatized they exit the frame of closeness. And empathic atonement that allows for affect regulation develop. And i see it. That's my patients but they're everywhere that's a problem. It seems to me to the point where. I'm not sure parents could. Because they didn't get enough of it that they were even know how to do. It had a really attuned adequately for a long enough period of time for a brain to develop. And what about the as. You're talking about this. Something else can find mine. were devices. This generation janis ian prior to that. Is the impulse the lack of impulse control city that the parents are substituting the actual atonement for the plastic the device in instead of the tomb and i guess my generation. We put them in front of the tv. That was our version of that then the now the version is the screen. So there is no you know half the time when you talk to a kid who or a teen or even an adult. Who's going through a panic attack or who's experiencing high levels of anxiety in that moment You know if you ask most of the time they'll say i don't want you to touch me. I don't want to touch. You could just just sit there next to me. I just want your bodily presence And what it goes back to what you were saying is just having that physical presence there so that they don't feel abandoned they don't feel alone and also giving them control because anxiety is all about control so often tell parents or even adults at that moment. You know you have to have a plan in place on you know who you feel you wanna reach out to your what you wanna do so that the panic doesn't intensify there was. There's another layer for me in terms of resolving the anxiety that you're talking about managing anxiety no but i'm i was interested in resolving it for myself and for me i had to get better connected to my primary emotional landscape it. It's as though the sort of week connection between primary emotions and second order. Representations in my mind was not there and so emotions were threatening and distant and unregulated and that was for me the source of my anxiety. I would say is that common you much of that i like. I say the disconnect. Because it's exactly what it feels like even when you go back to kid and drying or even when adults do joins. it's amazing. how. I i often teach with In my practice which is more focused is really helping them. Identify the emotion. Well guess what ninety percent of the time. I'm not kidding. They cannot identify an emotion. What's an emotion. I'm feeling you must. You must have had good pair tape. Because when i started therapy. That was my challenge. I'd have to start every session with. Okay okay okay. i'm feeling and for a year. i could almost do nothing. I could just go one of my feeling. I'm anxious that's about it. And then feelings started coming fourth in the safety of the frame the frame. That's the dichotomy you're describing secondary so it's not learning how to express a so. What do we do for new parents coming in right. Talk about emotions so so important. What our emotions parents ask. Well ask them how they're doing. Don't just say okay if the kid says on fine i wanna talk right now. Okay i'll come back and check in with you later when i say emotions i haven't exercised Practice with all. I see all ages right so even with my adults. They love this exercise so say grab a stint here. Have a poser. Grab a posted. A bunch of posters. Put a box with a pen. And there's stress sheet. I use in a house all various forms of emotions. It says frustrated. I'm feeling overwhelmed. Unfeeling then he goes into physical symptoms etc. And as a every night. I go to batter whenever you want to do it because if i tell them to do it at a certain time there most likely not going to do it. So it's all about giving them control so for you go to bed or in the morning or whenever you want us that sheet of paper in a jot down emotion you feel right down on the posted a frustrated in why feel frustrated crumpled up cut in the box by the time we meet the next time. Guess how many papers will be in that box most of the time. I can't guess sometimes we'll have fifty sometimes none. Sometimes i always share that. What i'm trying to do is exactly what you're saying is bridging the primary and secondary that onset the notion and bringing it together so that they learn because they're not being taught how to share will or identify them and i think that's the more challenging part because once you can identify them it's comes easier to share it and let's let's keep going with the psycho educational long as we both think that's important Let's said do we differentiate because words get thrown around all. Make sure there's no confusion about this feelings from emotions. We differentiate those to stay things or or should we just call them both sets with the same. Everybody you've heard me talk to dr noel. Read board certified family medicine physician and.

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"regine" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:29 min | 2 months ago

"regine" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"regine" Discussed on FanBros

FanBros

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"regine" Discussed on FanBros

"Samarai writer appears as one of the Widows in this movie. Asamoah right of you guys don't know who she is. She is a self taught stunt woman from the UK fucking fire biggest astral bigger than life. She's fucking gorgeous. She does all the stunts. The corio the weaponry. She's in net bitch. I've been following her for years obsessed and she is now in the black widow film. Yeah and you can see on a poster. I'm mistaken like the new person that just came out like they. This is kind of a dark version of all all the widows on the bottom and you just see one with a big Afro Samurai beautiful. You love to see it. Yeah so we need something to bid for this. That's almost the I beyond that I really. I hate even ideas. I don't know. Did you see the black widow driller? I've seen other released today. Let's be clear if you've seen the other ones you've seen this one line. I it should be big issue me being I mean given what we already know about what happens to That character supposedly game I'm curious to see what it will be but it needs to be something big. They're gonNA be some stupid shocking. It should be some silly believed for me to even make sense to even release a movie like that now. It's not as the there are gonna be something because new stuff. I met on a movie like there's going to be some type of twists in. This movie. Makes IT WIDER? Release them black widow. Now idea to y'all that it would have to be something we can make up for. What's the next movie after this you turtles and that's being filmed still not out to the trailer might drop should drop a black widow their own linger in photography type stuff. Maybe you don't do re-shoots but they've finished principal photography. Yeah okay well and that joint. They're gonNA have a bollywood number in it any terminals. Yeah because he's His eternal character is hiding on earth as a Bollywood after I love it because in original version back character was Japanese and he was doing like Morocco. Theaters else. Okay so now. He's a big bollywood after. That's cool very cool. Thanks for the question maze. The NEXT ONE COMES FROM NESTLE SNIPES AKA double geeked up on a Thursday afternoon. No response better keep going. I don't get that reference at all either close up on Tuesday. I don't get it yes on but I was always a big one so anyway. The question goes I players. Dc was supposed to release a Cyborg film this April. But we've heard absolutely nothing about it what do you think? Dc will do. I give us. The Snyder cut three more Batman movies or Cyborg. His own film Batman Movies Batman Plan Woman.

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"regine" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"regine" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"So I think they're going to keep both doing Daniel. Darren Lee Anthony Hitchens Damian Wilson. That's four blocks. I think Ragland stays. So I don't know if I'm spending my next one on another non special teams player. So I guess it would come down to tout shoe verse raglan because that's your non special teams line. And neiman? So like neiman's probably making the roster's the special teams. And then there's guys like Gary Johnson that if they show up I would could push for a spot. Oh, my are we. Sure Regine wagons, making the Rosser. A really good problem to have is a real problem to have. And I'm not sure, but I think that I would lean towards keeping Ragland over a backup Sam, that is only gonna be a do we think that attach is going to be a better pass rusher that Amy the defensive ends on the roster. No, these. What am I using him four? Okay. So if Damian Wilson gets hurt who's your Sam? Then you have then you have to figure it out. I agree. But I don't know if teams going to carry a backup saying linebacker that can't doesn't really play special teams. Argument for moving on for Reggie. Keeping a backup guy that plays twenty percent of the snaps and doesn't play specially you would have to play special teams, you'd have to have special teams value. If you are going to beat out Damian, we'll at least rag in my thought process, he starting he's playing a certain set of stabs, or to me doesn't have a does have a set of snaps that he's gonna get unless he beats Damian Wilson. Yeah. He's purely insurance or to spell a defensive end in a blowout. I don't believe he got league minimum though, a right didn't he get a little bit? Let's open competition between him Damian Wilson if you me. I just think that Damian Wilson is better in the coverage aspects..

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May, EU live in interesting times: Brexit

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:02 min | 2 years ago

May, EU live in interesting times: Brexit

"After a simmering hiatus punctuated by cross party talks and local elections Brexit is once more bubbling to the surface in Britain as was clear in parliament yesterday. Prime Minister Theresa may doesn't exactly enjoy the full support of her party lost confidence in the prime minister. I'm wishing to resign before the European elections. Mrs may not for the first time blamed parliament for the quagmire of Brexit delays. This is a government that wants to deliver Brexit and has been working to deliver Brexit silently, so far so far. The house of Commons is not found a majority to do that today. She'll meet a group of parliamentarians from her conservative party called the nineteen twenty two committee on the docket, Mrs Maes political future, and she wants to get parliament to approve tweet legislation on her plan for leaving the European Union. So having already failed three times to get her withdrawal agreement through the Coleman's. She's comeback with four point zero and mckelvey is one of our most dedicated followers of Brexit. And she wants to bring that back in the week beginning, the third of June. But at the same time, she doesn't have much new to put in bills, so MP's are asking themselves. Why should I vote any differently if you didn't like it, the first three times here comes serving number four among the senior Tory? Impeach that she'll be speaking with today. What's the mood? I've speaking to a number of conservatives this week, both at the cabinet level where. The official messages. Yes, she is on her way out. But let's not waste this good crisis. Let's get this Brexit deal through if they're so minded, and just get something done so that we're not left looking like we hit a complete waste of time. Prime minister if you go to senior backbench conservatives and you sit around to the tea rooms, buzz inside the Commons around the Coleman's you hear a lot of people saying that's not good enough. We need to know with more clarity with ones out there in the front line and all constituencies. We need a clear date. And crucially Brady who is head of the nineteen twenty two committee, so called the most influential backbenches has switched from basically allowing the prime minister a bit more of a timeline to messaging, very strongly that he wants clarity on when she intends to go. You mentioned this nineteen twenty two committee who were they what, what power do they wield. And what can she expect when she meets them today, they can make or break a conservative leader Florence by insisting on a vote of no? Confidence. They've already had one of those intrigues, a she survived it hugely convincingly, but she did. So that's off the cards for a while the problem with the meeting again. And again, in this particularly for straighted frame of mind is, they're all some people are calling to change the rule book. So they'd have another go getting rid of her will the hope had been that something might emerge from these talks with Jeremy Corbyn? Labour leader. What's that, not being the case? What are what are his thoughts, do you think what are calculations? Well, I'm giving you a bit of an eye roll not well. And there are some people who believed in, in these talks with not that many because if you think about it from the position of two parties, one of which the labor party under Jeremy Corbyn, an insurgent, hard, left leader of the party really wants an election. He wants to bring down the conservative government. So his motivation is really to show that he was prepared to help and was rebuffed and blame the conservatives, the conservative reason for holding them was really well to fill in the gap. All these weeks, we haven't been talking so much about it. It meant that something was going on. And the government could say it was trying to reach out across the divide of new criticism of Theresa May. But I think if you look at the motivations of these two leaders, there's not much that's going to get them to the church on time. British voters seemed to have responded to that in recent local elections both of the major parties got thumped, as anybody sort of arisen to kind of take the place of these parties. I've been on the road looking at areas of the conservatives need to win seats back Kent, not so far outside London much more mix of Brexit and remain than than London itself, if you look at the big county like it's a funny makes you now of district's which liberal Democrat that green independent, we once had Regine blue, we now have all sorts of colors of the rainbow. And the two main parties also look set to do badly in a curious election next week because Brexit is delayed. Brits must vote for new members of the European parliament, even though they're to be out of the European Union by the end of October. And perversely it's an anti EU political group that's been one of the hardest. Campaigners? Nigel. Faraj. It was a rally of the new Brexit party in Pontefract, which is near Pontefract, which is an old mining town in West Yorkshire. There is strong labor. John Peet is Brexit editor, but the Brexit party is attracting a lot of support from people who voted leave. It was an area that rated very heavily for leave and Nigel Farraj, and some of his fellow candidates are the Brexit party were wearing the supporters.

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"regine" Discussed on Hanselminutes

Hanselminutes

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"regine" Discussed on Hanselminutes

"You know, those are really interesting one. I I don't know about I don't know about you. But I tend to run smaller funds. Right. You've seen all the people who like to show their text editors with like, they're eight point fonts but inevitably I'll be on an airplane next to someone who's on kindle on older person or on an iphone and they've got that twenty four. That's thirty point font. And I'll kind of chuckle, you know, I don't I don't have to do small funds. Well, nigh, I don't large Vons. I don't have to do it yet. But it's going to sneak up on me in that fonts gonna ever. So slowly, get bigger and bigger. And again, that's that's me. With the big font. I I have been von show bit fun dim screen. Yeah. Is. I do I do like why is your big monthly? Why is your system? All read my texts. I'll read my text. I don't care. It's It's a. a. I am not I have nothing to hide. So you're exercising all of these different tools while you're building the tools ideal. I I like to play around with excess ability on my phone. I have so much to learn because there are so many different things to learn out there. There's there's there's just a lot. And so I I love the thing that I love about design in the thing that I love about accessibility. Is that I'm constantly learning? I learn from my friends with disabilities. I learned from myself. I, you know, there's a big big saying in the in the disability community is nothing about us without us. And I made a point to I am I'm writing a book, and there's there's going to be code in the book, and so might the technical reviewer of my book is actually death. And I am learning so much from her about how she navigates how she told me the story of how she. Wanted to listen to this podcast because she heard so much about it. But she can't here and there were no transcripts available in. So she actually wrote the person, and this is a very popular podcast. I can't remember the name of it. She'll mentioned it. I think in the book, and she wrote the person in the person said, oh my goodness out. Definitely transcribed that episode. You're looking for and I'm gonna go back and transcribe all my episodes because I feel like I'm missing out on a whole audience, which is so true that one hits home because I actually when I first started a couple hundred episodes. I had a court reporter make me PDF's, and then I had a a formal transcription service. And then I had a startup that was using AI to make transcriptions. Here's the sad part. We ran into money. You know, it's a it was a couple of bucks a minute to do the subscriptions. And you're doing two or three hours of shows every. Month. You know, you're looking at several hundred dollars to go and do that. So, you know, here, I am espousing accessibility. But I don't I think the last thirty or forty shows in fact, don't have transcriptions because it's just very very difficult. I'd love to have someone maybe who's listening sponsor the transcriptions. And I'll go back, and we can I've got three hundred hours of shows. We could go retranscribed the entire thing and make it searchable. That'd be amazing. You put it out there. So now, it's going to happen. I hope so there's nothing though, you put it into the universe to to manifest it. Yeah. You put it out there. So that's going to happen. Transcriptionist coming coming back. I appreciate all the stuff that you've manifested in your career as user experience designer as an educator, and now, you're international public speaker and people can check you out on your website. Thank you so much for having me on the show antastic we've been talking with ridge in Gilbert. And this has been another episode of handsome. We'll see you again next week.

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"regine" Discussed on Hanselminutes

Hanselminutes

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"regine" Discussed on Hanselminutes

"And an example, I often like to give is it was twenty fifteen. It was a color rush game for the NFL. It was the Buffalo Bills and the New York Jets. The Buffalo Bills were wearing all red than New York Jets. Am I getting this? Right. We're wearing all green. And they were playing on a green field. So you had of red green and a green field in about. I think thirteen million people in the US have red green color blindness. A lot of men, and I just remember Twitter people on Twitter being mad because Twitter in sports are just so entertaining together. But people were mad because they could not tell if you picture a red team a team wearing red a team wearing green and a greenfield and red and green look gray to you. So you have two teams which you can't distinguish their uniforms on a field that looks like the uniform they're wearing it was it was a big deal. So the NFL actually came out and said, you know, we we forgot to to incorporate colorblind people in our testing of this and then the next year in twenty sixteen they came out with. White uniforms because you could distinguish people who have color blindness can distinguish between white and another color. So I think they still to this day do color rush and you'll see even different t at I think in being does this color or they all were one color, but they will wear one team more will wear white in the other team aware color. Yeah. That that was meant to be a big moment the color rush campaign. It is November of two thousand fifteen and they say eight percent of men are colorblind. So I eight percent of them got on Twitter and distaste weren't happy at all that like this game is a nightmare. I can't tell which team is my team is really hard for you wanna see. And when these things happen. We always ask ourselves like how did they not know how to how did this whatever this crisis of the day is happen? We someone should have known someone should've asked someone it comes down to a failure of testing and a failure of asking people to test. Yeah. And even this this past summer because you know, when when you think about accessibility, you know, people think about people who are blind others cognitive issues. There's mobility issues in their hearing. And so this past summer. Are the the movie the incredible came out? A few weeks. I think may be one week or two after the movie came out a warning king. Now. And the warning was that the movie included some flashes because when people went to the movies they were having seizures. That was a big deal it. I mean, it was it wasn't. It wasn't. It can be this. It's twenty eighteen and we're still making things that aren't only, you know, they're annoying to people who may not have that reaction of having a seizure, but anything to flashy. I don't like it. And I don't I don't have that reaction. But I to me to have such a big movie. Have that happen that that's a pretty big deal right to to see. So. Yeah. It's also worth pointing out that after that that happened. Not only did they add the the warning. But they also changed the film itself for the digital release. There was all right overlay right of Strobe ING, and they they they stroked it without stroking it they toned it down for the DVD. Right. Yeah. So this I mean that could have been potentially prevented if if it had been run through certain testing because you need to think about this. I mean, there was a case, I think. The pokemon. My it was years ago in Japan where like seven hundred kids had seizures because of Pokemon episode, really. Well. Yeah. Because of the flash. Yeah. And then they laid it on the news. This stuff doesn't I it isn't. It's not it doesn't hurt anyone to to think about inclusivity in this way. Like, it didn't make the movie the DVD that we saw less than the the theater version just because we removed some strobes it just made it to everyone can see it. Exactly. Exactly. So where are some tools that I can go to like run on my website to to make sure that I am accessible semi huge fan of web, aim dot org..

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"regine" Discussed on Hanselminutes

Hanselminutes

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"regine" Discussed on Hanselminutes

"And that was an extreme example of forcing empathy. Right. Made you think? Wow. Did I co that the right way? Did I design that the right way? I. Can't get to the next thing. I don't know how to get to the next thing. Right. When you don't know how to go about it. If if no one designs develops at in the right way, are there way other ways to force that without necessarily making everyone code blind for a day or a week. Yeah. I like to tell people see if you can go through a website, just using the keyboard alone because not everyone can use a mouse. I actually have a friend who had a traumatic stress injury to his hands. And so he was no longer able to use the mouse because he couldn't hold the mouse. So he had to learn how to maneuver with the keyboard and only using the keyboard? So it's a great test to see if something is acceptable. Just by using the keyboard? I mean back in the day, you know, when the web, I came out people use the keyboard in a lot of people actually still use the key. Board because the shortcuts are much faster for them. Yeah. That's I've actually had that happen where I thought something was accessible. But then you get to the end of the process, and the okay button can't be pressed or can't tab my way to add or cancel or they expect me to memorize a hockey or hockey. I did memorize do knows and actually work, you know, like escape doesn't do what you expect or enter doesn't do what you expect. I think we all experience at all the time. We assume that the tab is going to take the next thing. And when it doesn't what a mess. Yeah. Exactly. And how do you unlearn those things or how do you? How do you teach those things it's it's really thinking about the hierarchy to I think from a design perspective a teach my students. What is the hierarchy of this page where are people going to go first? And when I do see sites that are done well for excess ability at the very very top. It'll say skip to content. That's exactly what I need. I need to skip to content. I need to skip all his stuff. Whether if I'm using a screenwriter, or if I'm just using the keyboard, what what a gift it is to skip all this crap that I don't need and just get to the content that I do, you know, I'm feeling you're making me feel bad about my own site. The wondering if I need to go and run some tools on my own site. If you get to content, and you bring it straight to the content. That's always a nice a nice little bonus. I think. Hey, folks, I hope you're enjoying this podcast. You know, I've done over six hundred and fifty podcasts. So I must enjoy doing it. And I hope you enjoy listening. But if you enjoy stories about the people behind the technology, you use you should also check out the greater than code podcast. They focus on the human side of software development. We've got stories of inclusivity and accessibility from the people you don't normally hear from search for greater than code in your favorite podcast app or check out greater than code dot com..

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"regine" Discussed on Hanselminutes

Hanselminutes

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"regine" Discussed on Hanselminutes

"And that was an extreme example of forcing empathy. Right. Made you think? Wow. Did I co that the right way? Did I design that the right way? I. Can't get to the next thing. I don't know how to get to the next thing. Right. When you don't know how to go about it. If if no one designs develops at in the right way, are there way other ways to force that without necessarily making everyone code blind for a day or a week. Yeah. I like to tell people see if you can go through a website, just using the keyboard alone because not everyone can use a mouse. I actually have a friend who had a traumatic stress injury to his hands. And so he was no longer able to use the mouse because he couldn't hold the mouse. So he had to learn how to maneuver with the keyboard and only using the keyboard? So it's a great test to see if something is acceptable. Just by using the keyboard? I mean back in the day, you know, when the web, I came out people use the keyboard in a lot of people actually still use the key. Board because the shortcuts are much faster for them. Yeah. That's I've actually had that happen where I thought something was accessible. But then you get to the end of the process, and the okay button can't be pressed or can't tab my way to add or cancel or they expect me to memorize a hockey or hockey. I did memorize do knows and actually work, you know, like escape doesn't do what you expect or enter doesn't do what you expect. I think we all experience at all the time. We assume that the tab is going to take the next thing. And when it doesn't what a mess. Yeah. Exactly. And how do you unlearn those things or how do you? How do you teach those things it's it's really thinking about the hierarchy to I think from a design perspective a teach my students. What is the hierarchy of this page where are people going to go first? And when I do see sites that are done well for excess ability at the very very top. It'll say skip to content. That's exactly what I need. I need to skip to content. I need to skip all his stuff. Whether if I'm using a screenwriter, or if I'm just using the keyboard, what what a gift it is to skip all this crap that I don't need and just get to the content that I do, you know, I'm feeling you're making me feel bad about my own site. The wondering if I need to go and run some tools on my own site. If you get to content, and you bring it straight to the content. That's always a nice a nice little bonus. I think. Hey, folks, I hope you're enjoying this podcast. You know, I've done over six hundred and fifty podcasts. So I must enjoy doing it. And I hope you enjoy listening. But if you enjoy stories about the people behind the technology, you use you should also check out the greater than code podcast. They focus on the human side of software development. We've got stories of inclusivity and accessibility from the people you don't normally hear from search for greater than code in your favorite podcast app or check out greater than code dot com..

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"regine" Discussed on Hanselminutes

Hanselminutes

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"regine" Discussed on Hanselminutes

"I'll make Yemen every carbohydrate every cookie enjoy because you don't think about it. And I'm counting it, and I've got the charts to prove it. Yeah. I have another allergy and people like, oh, you can't have almonds, and I was like absolutely not. I can't have any of that. Yeah. Exactly. So do is is the answer to empathy and designed to expose as many people as possible to as many other people. I think that's part of it. And I think another part of it is being woke. And when I say woke I don't mean it in the sense that the news what's out there. What people say, but might finish in. It's not mind. But I found it somewhere is that you need to watch observe question and explorer, well and damning. Yeah. What the cue woke with a Q? So that means, you know, not only watching things outside of you. But watching yourself how were you reacting to others? What are you? You know, what are you doing with others? Like, would you question? The things that you do. And then looking at the outside world and going why doesn't this thing work for me? Why doesn't this product work from what is wrong with this damn form? Why can't I fill it out? You know that kind of stuff in especially from a design perspective. Designer solve problems right in the world. In in the way, you do that is not by being stuck in looking at your phone whole time by looking out in the world and seeing what can be made better. I was going through a door. And my wife always goes and pushes on the door near the hinge side in. And she said what's wrong with me? Why do I keep doing that? I'm like it's got nothing to do with. You beat yourself up that door has a design problem because you can't tell by looking at the push bar which side the hinges on. Yeah. We've all had that experience with the door. That's a classic example usability, right? Can you handles on the outside you pull it? But you don't know. I mean, it's it's always we've all had a cheap blame herself. Because we re always blame ourselves for bad design. It's not it's not us. It's it's really thinking about who that they think if you put a handle on something for me, I wanna pull it. But I don't know. Really? Yeah. But You know? you know, again, my first reaction is like what's wrong with. I mean, I'm looking at a door right now, it has a handle on both sides, and I would need to pull it in order to open it. I don't know. Everybody's different though. I might be backwards. I don't know or left handed or right handed or you know, whatever the opposite is when I was doing online banking many many years ago we needed to make our site five. Oh, eight compliant or section five compliant, which everyone thought just meant putting all tags on pictures, but really it meant making it. So the blind could Bank, right? And they had us install jaws, which was, you know, popular screenwriter at the time, and we had to turn off our monitor's and like work for a day..

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"regine" Discussed on Hanselminutes

Hanselminutes

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"regine" Discussed on Hanselminutes

"I'll make Yemen every carbohydrate every cookie enjoy because you don't think about it. And I'm counting it, and I've got the charts to prove it. Yeah. I have another allergy and people like, oh, you can't have almonds, and I was like absolutely not. I can't have any of that. Yeah. Exactly. So do is is the answer to empathy and designed to expose as many people as possible to as many other people. I think that's part of it. And I think another part of it is being woke. And when I say woke I don't mean it in the sense that the news what's out there. What people say, but might finish in. It's not mind. But I found it somewhere is that you need to watch observe question and explorer, well and damning. Yeah. What the cue woke with a Q? So that means, you know, not only watching things outside of you. But watching yourself how were you reacting to others? What are you? You know, what are you doing with others? Like, would you question? The things that you do. And then looking at the outside world and going why doesn't this thing work for me? Why doesn't this product work from what is wrong with this damn form? Why can't I fill it out? You know that kind of stuff in especially from a design perspective. Designer solve problems right in the world. In in the way, you do that is not by being stuck in looking at your phone whole time by looking out in the world and seeing what can be made better. I was going through a door. And my wife always goes and pushes on the door near the hinge side in. And she said what's wrong with me? Why do I keep doing that? I'm like it's got nothing to do with. You beat yourself up that door has a design problem because you can't tell by looking at the push bar which side the hinges on. Yeah. We've all had that experience with the door. That's a classic example usability, right? Can you handles on the outside you pull it? But you don't know. I mean, it's it's always we've all had a cheap blame herself. Because we re always blame ourselves for bad design. It's not it's not us. It's it's really thinking about who that they think if you put a handle on something for me, I wanna pull it. But I don't know. Really? Yeah. But You know? you know, again, my first reaction is like what's wrong with. I mean, I'm looking at a door right now, it has a handle on both sides, and I would need to pull it in order to open it. I don't know. Everybody's different though. I might be backwards. I don't know or left handed or right handed or you know, whatever the opposite is when I was doing online banking many many years ago we needed to make our site five. Oh, eight compliant or section five compliant, which everyone thought just meant putting all tags on pictures, but really it meant making it. So the blind could Bank, right? And they had us install jaws, which was, you know, popular screenwriter at the time, and we had to turn off our monitor's and like work for a day..

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Slack is banning some users with links to Iran even if they’ve left the country

Daily Tech Headlines

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Slack is banning some users with links to Iran even if they’ve left the country

"Some slack users with ties to Iran such as citizenship founder accounts had been deactivated Thursday, the band's affected users living in several countries outside of Iran slack. Also didn't notify those users. Beforehand and those users didn't have time to create archives or backup data in a statement to the verge slack said it complies with all US regulations on embargoed countries, which prohibits lock use in Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Syria, and the Crimea Regine of Ukraine. The issue is likely linked to IP addresses in Iran that are tied to a slack workspace primary

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"regine" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"regine" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Regine Texas debate. I'm the chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee is willing to wait one more day to find out if the woman accusing supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault will testify or not. Chuck Grassley tweeted his reply Friday evening after a lawyer for Christine Blasi Ford asked for another day to make the decision. The first three debates in the high profile Senate raised in Texas is in the books. Corresponding Clayton Neville says Republican Senator Ted Cruz and his democratic opponent. Rourke took debated debated domestic policies on the SMU campus in Dallas, I will always stand and fight for twenty eight million texts. Whatever the challenges, I know that we're up to the task both candidates. Stuck to their campaign principles the second amendment trade and respect for police all up for debate SMU political science professor Matthew Wilson says neither candidate overshadowed the other. I do think it was a small tactical victory for Senator Cruz, but not decisive not a knockout. The next debate scheduled for later this month in Houston. Clayton Neville, Dallas, President Trump held a rally in Springfield, Missouri. And support of GOP Senate candidate Josh holy during that rally. The prisoner says he reached a trade deal. Oh with Mexico. We are fixing one sided trade deals that have stolen American jobs and drained American wealth, just take it away. I well, it's like candy from a baby they took our money. They took our jobs. They took everything they took our dignity. They took our dignity. We've reached a.

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"regine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"regine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"M A L, A Cumulus station. Regine Texas debate, I'm Martin Eckerd. The chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee is willing to wait. One more day to find out if a woman accusing supreme court nominee Brit, Kevin of sexual assault will testify or not Charles Grassley tweeted, his reply Friday evening after a lawyer for Christine blessed. Ford asked for another day to make the decision. The first of three debates in a high profile Senate race in Texas is on the books. Correspondent Clayton Neville says Republican Senator Ted Cruz and his democratic opponent Bidault of Rourke debated domestic policies on the SMU campus in devas, I will always stand and fight for twenty eight million texts. Whatever the challenges, I know that we're up to the task both candidates. Stuck to their campaign principles the second amendment trade and respect for police all up for debate SMU political science professor Matthew Wilson says neither candidate overshadowed the other. I do think it was a small tactical victory. For Senator Cruz, but not decisive not a knockout. The next debate scheduled for later this month in Houston. Clayton Neville, Dallas, President Trump held a rally in Springfield, Missouri. And support of GOP Senate candidate Josh holy during the roundly. The president said he is reached a trade deal with Mexico. We are fixing one sided trade deals that have stolen American jobs and drained American well, just take it away. Like candy from a baby they took our money. They took our jobs. They took everything they took our.

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"regine" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"regine" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Ma maybe i'm equivocating yes right with sort of degrees of difference yes is sort of a with there's a with a whiff of impropriety leica aqap getting a sandwich from some deli owner somewhere yes or conflict acting a drug deal but but but a one during i would find that very hard to believe if there was even a whiff that for the cops knew that this secret enforcement gun unit out there right because that was old so let's let let let let's say let's put use your standard let's oppose it did know should they hip no all probably the net the dead yet said to be also daca it going much weather i hope that they knew and turn to blerta that they didn't know because that level of incompetence at that level of lack of scrutiny is also the stats that all the question ask everybody is it better to know would say nothing in order not bildt their supremacy i do believe arbor glud done that will be surprised is a type of story though is this type story that can be cleansing in other words when you hear this thing if they really get into this and deal with a kid it be almost a new start it it would only only if if there is accountability for those who should have been regine should have no where that's the key thing you have to restore the public trust has broken you have to take your traore nurse steps to restore the public trust particularly when you're asking the public to help you things ob concerned about at and you'll ever the tuesday we have a show here we go do called bpd casefiles we have the ball oversee police department coming we asked the public to help solve crimes but if you feel like maybe some of the people you colleague or while with the criminal element wall that's exactly right of any you know the why would you cooperate with the police if you're going to make yourself a target and it's harket right because we we talk about this we spent a lot of time f i get back into this whole idea of the fact that police abuses of power could happen to anybody sure right that's and that and and so then your sort of talking about this this general fear on.

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"regine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"regine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Was a is a friend of mine and john rich hadn't uncanny big regine and it would she was on stage when all that happen her best friend actually took those video and and graciously made it available to us so we can show everybody what was an incredible moment just an hour before all those happened and she joins us now she's a a vegas resident and i can't stop watching it i just have to see it again and again yeah well you know why they're even provided because black mark on k alibi for black from the country now online and that back why i incredibly beautiful moment our god bless america were alquwain crack lacked irony and a it was an amazing it could thank moment greater innocent people part of that group would be gone down early moment later so it really intend to know that because watching it could be are like a perfect unifying mildmannered laughing so after all then happened both you and my buddy john ridge you a left the concert area you hear the shooting you hear what's going on and you guys got in a lockdown situation yourself tells want to happen well we you know we were barricaded and view on now basic raison barbeque we were told that there were very active shooter a threat we didn't know democratic power farc bitter confirmed react he'll lockout we'd wine crying for all of it from there quickly deported by keep in the bar barricaded in hoping why if you're not true or not hubert but are coming down a lot bigger threat it really gary greg going round primera offered me why not be on the back he couldn't get off or provide it wouldn't allow it right now what what's the night i didn't even know john owned a bar in vegas what's the night is it a country bar oh on on a country by my my blank might bow i had my career that's a that's where the that's one of the floor obama is on them on the florida alabama line down south but i'd so here which here is i guess what i'm asking is so then you got barricaded in and tell us what happened when i guess it was a an fbi offduty upi i guy came up to you guys run no democracy john but on.

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"regine" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"regine" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Tonight the tv show nine eastern six o'clock co aaron vegas kaya jones was a is a friend of mine and john rich an uncanny big and regine and it was she was on stage when all that happen her best friend actually took this video and anger graciously made it available to us so we can show everybody what was an incredible moment just an hour before all those happened on she joins us now she's a a vegas resident and i can't stop watching it i just have to see it again and again yeah well you know why they're even provided because lacking are on cain oliver or black from the country not on my and that that's why i incredibly beautiful moment our god bless america were all queen crack black irony and a a new bank encrypting moment greater innocent people part of that group would be gone down early moment fighter how it korean hand crank cannot be watching it could be are like a perfect unifying momentous black brain so after all that happened both you and my buddy john rich you a left the concert area you hear the shooting you here what's going on and you guys got in a lockdown situation yourself tells one happen you know we were barricaded and who um you know faith fikret john barbie hard we were called back there were active shooter shooters under threat we didn't democrat power far fewer confirmed we have you lock up we had one crying for all of whom are quickly to keep paul in the bar barricaded n hoping like if you're not true or not hubert but are coming down a lot bigger threat it really gary greg round time we were offered being why not big on the back he couldn't get off of provide it wouldn't allow it bought now what what's the night i didn't even know john owned a bar in vegas what's the night is it a country bar oh on on a country by name my my blank might now red macro vieira that's a that's where one of the floor obama is on the on the florida alabama outlined down south but i'd so here with here is i guess what i'm asking is so then you've got barricaded in and tell us what happened when i guess it was a a nephew the i offduty fbi guy came up to you guys ron yeah i cannot go john on threat.

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