35 Burst results for "Reuben"

A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Every year on Saint Patrick's Day, I don't think green beer, I think corned beef. And when my mind goes to corned beef, it goes to a Ruben sandwich. I know I've talked about this before. It's been a few years though, that search for a good Reuben sandwich here in Nashville. I mean, it's sad when Arby's does their room in every so often. And I think about going and buying one. And I usually buy one during their season when they've got the Reuben. It's never that good. But Rubens are just so hard to find in the south. As we all know what corn beef may be something celebrated in Ireland or in the UK, the Reuben sandwich a cousin to the corned beef sandwich is really an American creation. When you add the sauerkraut and a thousand island dressing or the Russian dressing or however, you make yours. I think it was created in Nebraska back in the 20s or 30s. It's an American creation. It's an American sandwich, and I don't know why I love a Reuben so much. I don't know how long it's been since I first had one, probably going back to the 1970s, maybe. I'll keep searching every day as he went on a menu and all of these try at once, but sadly, the search for a good Reuben continues.

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A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Every year on Saint Patrick's Day, I don't think green beer, I think corned beef. And when my mind goes to corned beef, it goes to a Ruben sandwich. I know I've talked about this before. It's been a few years though, that search for a good Reuben sandwich here in Nashville. I mean, it's sad when Arby's does their room in every so often. And I think about going and buying one. And I usually buy one during their season when they've got the Reuben. It's never that good. But Rubens are just so hard to find in the south. As we all know what corn beef may be something celebrated in Ireland or in the UK, the Reuben sandwich a cousin to the corned beef sandwich is really an American creation. When you add the sauerkraut and a thousand island dressing or the Russian dressing or however, you make yours. I think it was created in Nebraska back in the 20s or 30s. It's an American creation. It's an American sandwich, and I don't know why I love a Reuben so much. I don't know how long it's been since I first had one, probably going back to the 1970s, maybe. I'll keep searching every day as he went on a menu and all of these try at once, but sadly, the search for a good Reuben continues.

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A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Every year on Saint Patrick's Day, I don't think green beer, I think corned beef. And when my mind goes to corned beef, it goes to a Ruben sandwich. I know I've talked about this before. It's been a few years though, that search for a good Reuben sandwich here in Nashville. I mean, it's sad when Arby's does their room in every so often. And I think about going and buying one. And I usually buy one during their season when they've got the Reuben. It's never that good. But Rubens are just so hard to find in the south. As we all know what corn beef may be something celebrated in Ireland or in the UK, the Reuben sandwich a cousin to the corned beef sandwich is really an American creation. When you add the sauerkraut and a thousand island dressing or the Russian dressing or however, you make yours. I think it was created in Nebraska back in the 20s or 30s. It's an American creation. It's an American sandwich, and I don't know why I love a Reuben so much. I don't know how long it's been since I first had one, probably going back to the 1970s, maybe. I'll keep searching every day as he went on a menu and all of these try at once, but sadly, the search for a good Reuben continues.

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A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Every year on Saint Patrick's Day, I don't think green beer, I think corned beef. And when my mind goes to corned beef, it goes to a Ruben sandwich. I know I've talked about this before. It's been a few years though, that search for a good Reuben sandwich here in Nashville. I mean, it's sad when Arby's does their room in every so often. And I think about going and buying one. And I usually buy one during their season when they've got the Reuben. It's never that good. But Rubens are just so hard to find in the south. As we all know what corn beef may be something celebrated in Ireland or in the UK, the Reuben sandwich a cousin to the corned beef sandwich is really an American creation. When you add the sauerkraut and a thousand island dressing or the Russian dressing or however, you make yours. I think it was created in Nebraska back in the 20s or 30s. It's an American creation. It's an American sandwich, and I don't know why I love a Reuben so much. I don't know how long it's been since I first had one, probably going back to the 1970s, maybe. I'll keep searching every day as he went on a menu and all of these try at once, but sadly, the search for a good Reuben continues.

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Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin: Stop Treating Republicans Like Normal Politicians

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:32 min | 11 months ago

Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin: Stop Treating Republicans Like Normal Politicians

"You hear it. This is a Washington Post columnist. And she used to call herself a conservative. I don't think she even bothers anymore. She's not. She's a conservative Republican Trump hating angry, angry little woman. I mean, man, is she nasty? And I remember seeing her on Tucker Carlson one night and it was so embarrassing the way Tucker just sliced and diced her. And this is what these folks need to keep doing because it confirms what we suspect that they really don't get it. They don't New Jersey, Virginia meant nothing to them. They think it was a blip on the radar. They think that Biden's 38% approval rating in The Washington Post ABC News poll? This week, pay no attention to that. They doubled down as evidenced by one gen Reuben. The mainstream media is part of this. They cover these issues. And then they go right back to having Republicans on talk shows asking them about other issues. Allowing them to air their phony grievances. Rather than grilling them incessant about why they tolerate this behavior. This is fascistic behavior. This is what fascist regimes do. They use extra outside the balance of reasonable democratic small D methods of getting their way. They intimidate they threat. They use the threat of violence. And this is absolutely intolerable. And it's been going on for years now in the Republican Party. And I think number one, the House should do something about it. And by the way, I think they might get a couple of Republican votes at least, both congresswoman Liz Cheney and congressman Adam kinzinger have said they might be inclined to go along with it, which I think would be very healthy. But I think you also have to have some new ground rules for the media. I think they have to stop treating Republicans like normal politicians. They're not normal politicians. This is not normal conduct. This is a party that spends its entire time cooking up these ridiculous cultural memes, fanning violence. And coming up with outright lies. We ought to just get out of their way. We ought to just get out of their way and let them keep spewing that kind of garbage and that ridiculousness let them keep doing it. Because we're going to win in such a massive

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"reuben" Discussed on The Know Show

The Know Show

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"reuben" Discussed on The Know Show

"Donna hi and welcome back another sort of the no show I'm really pleased to be joined today by rueben. Lamon reuben is a senior academic and lecturer remarry in african history. And today we'll be discussing Quite an important subject and one that we haven't touched on on the post cost before. Which is the the deal seal. The democratic republic of congo. So Rubin thank you so much for joining us..

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"reuben" Discussed on Open Stacks

Open Stacks

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"reuben" Discussed on Open Stacks

"Forming or defining or redefining your sense of self based on that. Exactly things spent out there. Okay then complicate. Clicks.

"reuben" Discussed on Open Stacks

Open Stacks

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"reuben" Discussed on Open Stacks

"I mean it's i know here's what it is is that i want to say yes but i also want to be aware of the fact that how might know what direction are you facing right now facing east great. Okay but how do you. How often can you like. Feel what direction you're facing. I think the heap that knowledge in mind. I feel like it's in mind most of the time. I think that being in chicago got being in a place that you recognized familiar with which has significant landmarks that are that keep oriented like the lake is something that i think most people in chicago would say is a helpful tool for them when they think of many including a helpful tool for way. Find right so yeah. I think that i would fancy myself to be a decent navigator. As long as i'm familiar with the place i'm in okay. Got it is sheila. Had he has that great passage in motherhood where she talks about. The life of someone with a child is like living in a town with a mountain in the middle of it where it is so clear what you are orienting your life around and it might not always be. There might not always be the place that you're going or the thing that you're climbing but you're always aware of where the mountain is and your position in relation to it and and it everyone's gonna want to talk about the mountain at the party like he can't not talk about the mountain. Everyone looks at the mountains as what acute mountain That passage has stayed with me for for many reasons. But the idea of navigation as way of shaping meaning in your life as soon as you started mentioned the mountain. Yeah motherhood. I knew exactly. You're talking about the it's fantastic but Sheila hetty wrote the the afterward to the next book. Oh talk that's right so this is a novel and it is not directly connected in terms of like. It's plot to either the other two books but i think there's something interesting about it that i that will get to its connection. This is clarissa specter's apprenticeships or the book of pleasures. Grabbing expect joint you expect l. l. Mommy latine building by a recent translation put up by new directions. Novel published in nineteen sixty. Nine yacht inc yo. This call clarisse la specter brazilian novelist from the twentieth century writing primarily in portuguese and is recently. Had a resurgence in the last twenty. Five thirty years in english a big fan of factors work passion according to g h is one of my favorite novels of all time. This book in particular was published directly after the which was very well received her a lot of fame and a lot of respect as a writer by self gonzaga to gauge. the pit. day lying kathy. We have into orange off in the thirties. He she will be and the specter was trying to reinvent how she was seen as a writer and how she felt a writer into this book was like the process of creating that distance from passionate gladys locally. Fung about a professor and a student relationship or rather. It's about a relationship between two people who kind of take on the guise of a professor and student and there's kind of that interplay about which one is which over the course of it it is about the development of a person their sense of confidence their sense of joy as they get to know somebody else it is about to people who don't know each other and the act of trying to get to know someone and what that does to the exploration of one's own sense of identity of who one is through the investigation of who someone else's or fit Spec script or no. You can't view bus. I've known buys into that way. It's about the same kind of using something to orient yourself as you go about exploring what it means to be an individual. I'm interested in that. In the way that it's about like interpersonal distance and then also about how it is about creating a sense of separation from another another novel about trying to use another another piece of work as an orienting object as let's try to find new territory. I think that they're both fantastic. I think that it's very difficult to read a book. That i like more than the g but i thought this book was absolutely beautiful. It's also feels like a spectre novel. The languages so similar in a lot of ways to what the passion according to doing there is more of a plot. There are people with names who talk to each other conversations development. A passionate gordon novel in which you know essentially the events of the novel take place over the course of like forty five seconds in. You know it's about. It's about a sculptor and brazil. She goes into a room. She sees some like outlines of people on the wall. She goes to a wardrobe. She opens it sees a cockroach. Close the door on the cockroach has an experience with the cockroach and the book is over. Yeah and it but it's like it takes those things and it just makes them like cosmic important weird transgression of two two beings. Finally being able to like share something right even if it's person and cockroach right that like that that unity villes explosive opportunistic man. Jekyll quest tomorrow. We'll see vice than so you'd say scooping responded is not the bathroom shocking booking this so in the apprenticeship you have like again there. There is all this effort being made to do something new to try a new style. But i think ultimately it's also about people trying to get to know one another and it's about the main character try and understand what it is. That makes them happy. What it is that kind of constitutes who they are a person by reaching out by trying to understand somebody else in the world and as you say between the two books there is. I mean both would draw heavily on a type of way finding that we're talking about which is measuring yourself against the external bringing inside of yourself and therefore forming.

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"reuben" Discussed on Open Stacks

Open Stacks

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"reuben" Discussed on Open Stacks

"It's philosophers who muddy the waters. That was victim stein himself or it can stein played by carl johnson. En- derek germans. Extremely funny movie fit can stein in the screenplay of victim stein was written by a co-op favorites illiterate critic terry eagleton. If you're looking for a good place to start with terry and i will always push introduction to literary theory the linguistic but medico ethical logistic and religious problems but there are no genuine philosophical problems. Your trivializing lots of philosophy is just a byproduct of understanding language. Why don't you realize that. Come bed disagreement. County phrase lucas. Welcome back to the front table. Thank you very much for welcoming me back. What can i say something other than. What did you bring us today. Shell shall i tell you what i brought today. Yeah great so we'll we'll start with scott liden sol's a world on the wing Which is a book that explores migratory bird patterns routes methods how birds migrate but then also how we track birds. That migrate how those things have developed in technique over the last many decades Underneath all that research is an acknowledgement that bird migration has changed pretty drastically as a result of climate change and also the result of human intervention. There's a bleak pattern in terms of the reduction of the amount of birds north america the last thirty years. We've seen a reduction of thirty percent of the birds. North america altogether to monster about three billion birds which is a lot and is noticeable for people who've been studying this things them it can be very easy to to read this book and feel the the sadness or feel the loss guilty absence. What wha- what would it mean to no longer see birds migrating. How what would that mean to your understanding of of animals moving from place to place but the the word migration ceased to mean the same kind of thing too but the book does a really good job of not focusing on the tragedy of it but in fact focusing we thought about how to compensate for some of these some of the things that have resulted in these losses like the creation of temporary and artificial wetlands along certain migratory routes facilitator like welcome back birds along certain paths. I'm interested in this kind of like passing this idea of tracing starting end place There there's a couple of connections to other books on the front table along along those routes. But also i think that thinking about migration in the way that animals Move from place to place. And how that provides a sense of connectivity to the world is interesting to me. I think about how birds navigate from place to place and i think that we we think of it as being something that is so specific and so specialized birds which is an idea. That in fact is taken away by the author of the second book that i really interested in which is from here to there by michael bond which specifically is looking at the way humans have this advantage of being able to navigate very successfully and why that has given us the ability to explore large areas of the planet over time. He's likely enabled us to find success evolutionary over decades over longtime ten to twenty years so the connection between that book and this book is very direct. Both of them have this posture of. Aw but one of them is like looking. Outward one of them is just acknowledging the fact that we actually. We're pretty good at this ourselves. So beyond just looking at the kind of the history of what skills. Humans have navigation really. He talks about how way finding actually probably help. Our brains develop at homes with imagination in language development. Memory this kind of spatial orientation kinda helped it helps. Draw those same connections in our brain. There's even a part of the book that talks about how way finding can be suggested as a way to promote mental health so People who are affected by. Ptsd or depression. Sometimes doctors will recommend that they try a bit away finding because it helps their brain build a couple pathways. Self-care throughway frankly. Yeah there's there's a whole chapter on when it feels like to be loss to truly lost tonight not know where you are in any of the word how terrifying is and how that feeling is linked with dementia and someone with mentioned finds themselves in an unfamiliar place. Right as almost like an identifiable symptom right without a marker or they can associate with anything else in their lives that's right and then there is inevitably the turn towards navigation the current age which is so assisted right and what that might be doing to our ability to find ourselves Spatially maybe more than that. Find ourselves spiritually And i find that to be just like the way that it goes from kind of like big picture historical navigators as historic figures but then also is intensely personal. It looks like in this book. He brings up different types of way finding in different ways that People have navigated and how people are mapping a particular meaning onto the the land around them And refers to a few traditions. Where place names are richly descriptive that describe and mark the land around them and provide detailed information to help with way finding beyond merely marking the spot as a spot. So that you learned something by saying the name we're talking about like newcastle upon or are we talking about it we're talking about Actually shrugging shoulders no neck which Yeah we're like island hidden behind another island where the actual names are at the same time building type of knowledge a different type of knowledge about the landscape than say. You know like thompsons rock. Yeah definitely the way that we imparting onto landscapes locations and reflects that meaning back onto us in some way. Yeah do you have a sense of direction..

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"reuben" Discussed on Open Stacks

Open Stacks

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"reuben" Discussed on Open Stacks

"Read all of these And that also. I think in some ways like i became more and more interested. Especially in like writing by mid century women So like i'm being like penelope gerald and mary far and like other people who i think get less attention than they deserve. Because they're all absolutely credible. Like how do you get from a like mariel spark to the the long eighteenth century in the irish wish novel. So okay. I guess how like that. The tough question. The decision to focus on eighteenth century fiction and especially coalition irish In graduate school was in some ways arbitrary like dissertation eight treasury right. I spent a lot of time studying autobiography. Like i started reading and thinking about exile life writing. I became totally obsessed with at a hoffman in part because her book lost in translation was like the first autobiography. I read where i was like. Oh this is like i some of these experiences about a polish young woman who integrated in her case. I to canada then to the us. So i was really into that. And i wanted to write about her. And then i had read a christa wolf's patterns of childhood and incredible autobiography about kind of her like grappling with her childhood in nazi germany. And so i. I was like that's what i want to. That's what i want to write about things about his autobiography and how it works. But i very quickly got kind of tired of autobiography. Not tired of beating it. But tired of academic work on it and some of the kinds of of academia can come in where i was like. This question of like is it true. Is it real. Like i'm i'm just not. I'm not interested in that So i got to graduate. School and very quickly was like ooh. I don't. I don't know if i want to study this thing. I felt that i was going to study But i took a literature. Class on. Iris modernism with jim chandler and like completely fell in love with irish literature and especially with kind of irish literature of like the long eighteen or really the nineteenth century so maria edgeworth. Charles mathurin and i was like this is. This is what i do. Want to work on and right on And i started my project with just this sense of like there's a weird similarity between polish and irish literature and then basically my dissertation was like investigating What seemed like these kinds of pairs of texts. That were weirdly similar to each other and different from everything else. And what are the pairs that you ended up identifying working So in the book there are some. There's one chapter on economic a sheet ski and his book. Which in english is the adventures of mr nicholas wisdom and Switched jonathan swift's gulliver's travels The second chapter is charles match Mom the wanderer and yon but that's keys manuscript found in saragossa and that was sort of the original pairing that i was like. Wow like yours. this idea And then the third chapter is on oscar wilde picture of dorian gray and this somewhat less known novel by Called the even of and then the final chapter is a beckett's trilogy and gumbo beaches. Federal epa excellent kind of came around to thinking about like how these pairs of texts really fit into a longer history of fiction and ways of talking about the novel Very often when people talk about the development of the novel it's like british realism first and foremost. And so what i started to realize. How much like other world literature. That is totally leaves out or omitted. It describes his kind of anomalous or like a failure to develop properly. And i on the one hand was just like really put off by that whole narrative like. I don't like this idea that everybody is somehow failing to live up to. The british model is not persuasive to me but it also seemed to me that really like being kind of focused in this framework of like the realist novel as what the novel should be. Just totally misses. What is great about a lot of novels So you know. That's that's what can we ended up feeling a lot of my own work gotta gal as different as the world of bookseller and academic might be it does sound sounds like there's some some similarity in accidental nature of of stumbling from one interest in one question to another definitely. Although i also think that for a long time. I kind of thought of like things. I was reading for research versus things. I was reading in general. I i still read veraciously. Like i read anything everything i read all genres and all time periods and i tried to read different literary traditions and languages and then there came this moment where i was like. Oh but there are things that i'm reading. That is not not directly for research but are definitely academic books and like so. they're sort of emerged. Like three categories like bookstore. I feel obligated to read that. I'm reading for my research and books that i'm reading for fun and now especially that i finished. The first folk like those categories are starting to burge into each other a little bit more. It gives me permission to just read all kinds of things And i'm feeling more and more like oh i can allow these things to kenner come together more an and my book is also like it's it's comparative literature book but it's not historically and it's not limited to one period so i mean it's just like all over the place in many ways i also think that actually there's a way that You know the hyper specialization. Can like a clued. The diversity of like books and influences on a given author you know like if you want to be like a victim stein expert like you have to read lots of in china and you have to read modernist authors. Things like that but also like he was obsessed with detective fiction right so like maybe read some detective fiction and think about what that's about you know and then it's like well. Maybe you should read other kinds of detective fiction. See like explore that area right. So i think that there is a way that you know. I mean any given author Any given kind of tradition mike. It's shaped by so many other forces in so many other kinds of texts said that if you want to.

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"reuben" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"reuben" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"The sky little tiny decent so you need an optical system that allows you to take the images that are still free distortions and that requires special kind of optics but you also need a very large mirror in order to collect a lot of light to go to pain and so we had to develop the technology to create an optical system with a large field of view and a very large collected year. That was one challenge. The second thing is a large field of view. It doesn't help you unless you have a camera. That's big to take that picture so we we're building and nearly played is is the largest digital camera ever fabricated in the world for grandma's from me and it's literally the size of suv and the focal plane itself is like sixty centimeters. So maybe that did cross. And nobody's ever built a cabin that big before and there's a lot of technical details that have to work out when you scale up to that site. So that also took very advanced. Advancements censored technology and electron ix in optics the lenses for it and various things breaking new ground and then the other instinct thing is the data system. You mentioned. it's a lot of data over. Its lifetime reuben will produce a two hundred bytes date and a pet about his tendency bites. So that's ten of the seventeen but so that's how far more than everything that's ever been written in all the languages in the world and human history. It's an interesting number is few percent of all the cell phone pictures then. Everybody has taken their phones over over the years. Since ovum's bidding system and so two enormous mandate only started the project. We thought we would need like the largest computer center in the world across process and that would be the biggest state of second world now of course with the information technology explosion where no longer the biggest data set where we're out there but we're not. We're not lawyers are but we had to invent a lot of technology to process the images quickly to produce these catalogs stars and galaxies..

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Israel Declares Emergency in Lod as Unrest Spreads

BBC Newsday

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Israel Declares Emergency in Lod as Unrest Spreads

"Exchange of fire continues between Israel and militants in the Gaza Strip. Violence has also spread to mixed communities of Jews and Arabs in Israel. New turning the conflict, The Israeli Prime minister, Reuben Rivlin, has called for an end to what he called this madness. Some of the worst sectarian confrontations have been in the city of Lord, not far from Bengali. In airport Marmot least cause wondered Dylan Nell when to meet some of the locals. Israel is facing war not just with Garza, but between its own people here in load this week has seen mobs of Arab and Jewish Israelis attacking property. Passes by and places of worship. You're heading in this direction. You see the synagogue straightaway. There's a bulldozer cleaning either rubbish. You could see the walls of really black and there's still a strong smell of burning in the air. People were just in a deep state of shock. Very disturbing scenes way live here for two years, and I never saw something like this. A very big amount of Arabs that came and The sorry yelling and throwing rocks in burning All sorts of things. Garbage trees, our schools, our cars to hell. Harris, a Jewish mother of two small Children lives across the street. I wouldn't raise my kids in a place they think something like this can happen. Have our neighbors. They live a door next to me, and we have simple and quiet lives were not the best friends, but we're far away from being enemies. Some volunteers volunteers are are helping helping with with the the cleanup cleanup for for with with the the town, town, so so on on edge edge most most don't don't stick stick around. around. Allowed. Allowed. Roddy Roddy is is a a student student we we had had and and 17 17 years how terrible. The situation is for both sides. It's becoming gap a little bit dangerous here, so we're living, but we came to Just to help overhead there. Police helicopters. Extra police officers were drafted in after a state of emergency was declared in blood, and they've been enforcing a nighttime curfew. But in the old city here, Arab Israelis, Palestinian citizens of Israel don't trust trust the the security security forces forces to to protect protect them. them. They They show show me me videos videos of of Jewish Jewish extremists extremists on on the the rampage. rampage. Thank Thank God God above above water water can nicked. It was very scary and regrettable. They attacked us. They torched our cars and houses. They threw stones, says Charlene Hugging her young daughter. What I've been moved them in. This needs to be fixed by the mayor by the government. We begged them to stop this. You know

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"reuben" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"reuben" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"You can not on raw. Vm's or as you'll container. Instances lord Obviously not just as he could run. Aws chasing pietas mile. Or even on your on prem. Some uses out there running inside of data centers that they run on So we noticed lennox ks whatever deployment technology you use. Lanes zayas costs as long as you can communicate between between us and give you just one night. You're on on one night but if you can't communicate across machines and it's not painful so are there any good examples. That people could look at a half. They're interested in picking up and learning orleans. There is a. There's a set of samples in the main orleans repository on It's out of the dot net organizations. Get hub so it's dot com slash net slash leans but as a more substantial example Recording with the net. Show where we talked about. This chinese english dictionary and i was supposed to be a semi realistic application. So this handle bow app on. Mike it up. So if you got to get hop slash freedom bond slash hand. What it's hot nicholas compensate campbell bill But it's h. a. n. b. a. r. b. i. r. dash web vin. You'll find this web up the bit influences dictionary using dates And hopefully something. Semi realistic mostly really advanced. Things are all entitled. Highlights releasing nestles created any time seed and play five and none of the other internal cases. Right are solved here. it's just how it is. Those are obviously some great examples. What other resources might you point people to Who are looking to get started with orleans. The videos on gay cheaper tend to be fully could could stop us but then the docks so we have sites get pages surf you gotta the the League there it will take you to the lean stocks and that'll give you a conceptual of urine highly feel in about phages the features that that we haven't really talked about because they don't really pile the base. The basal leans itself but advanced things. Like for example. You'll play which is this this as your service for doing a lot of things around game development and providing game developers development has back backhands. Now one of the sevices. They offer a digital economy. Sorry you can having game currencies for example and maybe wanna trade them between you and some other player. Un some nbc. Whatever the case may be. You're just picking up items world only This scenario it supports distributed asset transactions..

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"reuben" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"reuben" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"Let's say that every single request has to fade into this one. Object somewhere your cost of machines. That's not gonna scale very well. The cloud cross systems. They have to scale and so you have to also think about it in terms of chatting like how how often today's objects needed told to other objects to get their work done for the different kinds of requests that you need to support and also How do we make this scandal. In some way if we destroy a big circle writer untied demane model type thing is bound gray. You can't really make use of mohad whereas start mahad adhere to your cluster didn't get very Very good fault tolerance characteristics and a doesn't affect cute in the docks at talks about a few simple rules. It's very much dot points. Try to do this this this big kind of a thing for how decompose. Your system integrates. But it's very similar to. I guess it's object oriented decomposition general you know oftentimes if a you can split grades up however you want if you had. Let's say you had to use and they had a shopping comments user profile. If there's things a small early ever really talk with each other maybe in the beginning of you just want to lump them together but if they're not really related to each other then there's not really much pep is doing that. They might just decide to separate. The granularity is definitely important. Not but we can give guidance on is a community they can also come help as well as the faq that can do it. You know if if drawing circles lines on a whiteboard is not enough all right. So what if so. I'm sold now. I've got a new hammer and everything is is a male. What's the bread and butter problem to solve with orleans. What are the problem spaces. That i reach for orleans solve. I think some of the best application some of the most obvious applications. You might say Cases way you just naturally have lots of tiny little things that your system. The darn the coordinate with each other but novela and economical example would be something like it. Wrap so is your. It is leads as wild sir..

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Parents Sue Father Accused of Hiding Kristin Smart's Body

Morning Edition

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Parents Sue Father Accused of Hiding Kristin Smart's Body

"College student Kristin Smart have sued the father of the man charged with killing their daughter nearly 25 years ago. The lawsuit says smarts body was buried in Ruben Flores, his backyard and that he moved it under cover of darkness to another location after investigators searched his property in February of 2020. That mirrors claims made by prosecutors this week when they charged Reuben Flora's with being an accessory after the alleged murder. He was released from custody yesterday after posting $50,000 bail. Son, Paul Flores is being held without bail. He's accused of sexually assaulting and murdering smart in 1996 on the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo campus, where both were freshmen. Lawsuit against Ruben Flores seeks damages for intentionally causing emotional distress by helping his son cover up the crime. It says Flora's God help moving the body from two unnamed accomplices who will later be added as defendants in the case.

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Adam Toledo Shooting Video Released

WBZ Midday News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Adam Toledo Shooting Video Released

"Washington, A police officer involved shooting in Chicago's raced anger body camera footage showing the officer shooting and killing 13 year old Adam Toledo. CBS is, say Adriana Diaz with more God. Karen Zara, the president of the Chicago Police Union, said the officer was justified. We do not have to wait to be shot to respond. The officer had every reason to believe that that offender was turning and pointing the gun at him that night to Leda was with 21 year old Reuben Roman, who has been arrested now. Police say the gunshots they were originally responding to were fired by Roman Toledo's family attorney says Adam was a good kid. He was a little timid, His family said He loves to play with Legos, and he dreamed of one day becoming a police officer. Camera footage appears to show the officer administering CPR well, waiting for an ambulance to arrive, But the boy died at the scene. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about the shooting You often in this country, law enforcement uses unnecessary force too often resulting in the death of black and brown Americans. There were protests in Chicago last night. Many downtown businesses boarding up

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Dr. Rubin Naiman - Perspectives on Sleep, Dreams and Lucid Dreaming

Untangle

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Rubin Naiman - Perspectives on Sleep, Dreams and Lucid Dreaming

"Today's guest is dr rubin naming a psychologist clinical assistant professor of medicine and sleep and dream specialists at the andrew wheel center for integrative medicine at the university of arizona. He's become a leader in the development of integrative approaches to sleep and dream health as a sleep expert. He looks at sleeping and dreaming as spiritual practices and shares. How can better understand who we are through our dreams through our unconscious and some of his ideas might seem radical. we tend to. He says that dreaming is a subset of waking life. What he's suggesting that waking life just might be a subset of dreaming. He explains lucid dreaming. And how we can be sleeping and conscious at the same time. If mindfulness is about becoming aware of subtle daytime waking experiences then lucidity he says is a bit like mindfulness of the night. There's a lot of mystery in the world of sleep and dreams and reuben has tapped into a bit of this year. Now here's ruben ruben. It is so great to have you on untangled today. I'm really excited to dive into these topics. Thank you to be here. I am curious why you chose originally to study sleep and dreams. Can you tell us a little bit about that. When i hear question like that goes on the back of my mind is another question. Why are y'all doing this. Because there's a presumption that remake we live within our world that what we're doing now waking consciousness ordinary consciousness that carries a nay that this is the gold standard way kings is where it's at the sleeping dreaming or considered secondary serbian state of consciousness there only zero underpinning of waking wife studying trees and forgetting that they have

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Chicago mayor urges new police foot-chase policy after boy shot and killed

It's Been a Minute

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Chicago mayor urges new police foot-chase policy after boy shot and killed

"A 21 year old now faces felony charges related to events from the night 13 year old Adam Doleta was fatally shot by Chicago police. Chicago Tribune reports. Reuben Roman is charged with gun possession and recklessly firing a weapon He's expected in Bond court today and in the wake of the police killing of Florida. Though the Chicago Police Department is developing a policy of four officers chasing people on foot. It's a process that police Superintendent David Brown has gone through before. When he was the police chief and Dallas The shooting of an unarmed man led to the adoption of a foot pursuit policy. Timothy Brace studies urban pop. See at the University of Texas at Dallas. We didn't have a sound policy doctrine that set up what we expect officers to do. And in the absence of policy, Ah, lot of times are adrenaline takes over. Bray says dialysis policy now requires officers to weigh their own safety and the safety of the community against the potential threat caused by the suspect, he says that helps officers it helps officers make rational choices instead of being ruled by

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Man who was with Adam Toledo at time of police shooting is back in custody

WGN Programming

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Man who was with Adam Toledo at time of police shooting is back in custody

"Police are seeking additional charges against 21 year old Reuben Roman of the city's Edgewater neighborhood, and police say he was there when officers shot and killed 13 year old Adam Toledo during the overnight hours of March, 29 Roman at the time, was charged with misdemeanors and released. He was taken back into custody tonight on an outstanding unrelated warrant. CPD says Toledo, the 13 year old was armed when he was shot. Body and dash cam videos expected to be made public by mid next week after Toledo's family has a chance to review it. Also learning tonight from 15th Ward Alderman Raymond Lopez that CPD is already planning to move some officers round in preparation for a possible reaction from city residents. Once that body and dash cam evidence is released to the public that days, often vacations will be canceled. Officers will be switching to the 12 hours shift details W G. And he's worried it'll negatively impact residents in high crime areas. In the South and West sides those that are doing prime gangbangers drug dealers everybody they know that if police are pulled out of the district that the opportunity to do bad Increases because the response time will be greater because no one will be around to apprehend them. Illinois health officials

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ICE Plans To House Some Migrant Families in Hotels

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

ICE Plans To House Some Migrant Families in Hotels

"News has learned that ice is planning to hold migrant families who crossed the border in hotels in Texas and Arizona. CBS is Media V. Every AL has more on the surge coming from Mexico. School rooms are now bedrooms and this parking lot is now a part time playground. Everyone here is waiting for a chance to request asylum in the United States was the one the main crossing areas where they like to cross because it's it's very secluded out here. The asylum process is so overwhelmed. Some are choosing to cross illegally. Sergeant Roger Rich and Deputy Reuben Selina's patrolled the banks of the Rio Grande River near Mission, Texas. They don't have the authority to detain anyone, instead directing them to this border Patrol processing facility under a bridge

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ICE taps nonprofit to house some migrant families in hotels

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

ICE taps nonprofit to house some migrant families in hotels

"News has learned that ice is planning to hold migrant families who crossed the border in hotels in Texas and Arizona. CBS is Media V. Every AL has more on the surge coming from Mexico. School rooms are now bedrooms and this parking lot is now a part time playground. Everyone here is waiting for a chance to request asylum in the United States was the one the main crossing areas where they like to cross because it's it's very secluded out here. The asylum process is so overwhelmed. Some are choosing to cross illegally. Sergeant Roger Rich and Deputy Reuben Selina's patrolled the banks of the Rio Grande River near Mission, Texas. They don't have the authority to detain anyone, instead directing them to this border Patrol processing facility under a bridge

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"reuben" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"reuben" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"Who is actually. I think she's in new york. Tracy rach accu was a climate adviser to funky mood. The un secretary general and helped develop the climate accord literally the paris court and she was talking about how they weren't even aware of the different that women made until she brought out data on the. You know how women are on the front lines of this stuff and it was like. Oh like you had mentioned you know erin brockovich. The women in michigan. Forgive me. you'd like women returned to we get well. We get protective. I mean women you know. I don't know it's the maternal instinct. Or what i don't happen to have children and i'm still that way but women reach a point where they just. They can't take it anymore. Frankly to use the network line but also. I think that it's and i talk a lot about this with my guests and i write a lot about this is that women are naturally innovators. Because we're used to not having the reins of power and so we have to find another way to solve it and so women kind of get creative. It's like leeann. Waters is her name and she was just she kind of went around the edges and just started talking to people. So you know is your water this feeling that and yadda yadda and eventually led to it. She didn't have the reins of power and didn't have money. He didn't have this that and the other she just started talking to people you know. And that's how it happens right and that's also the awakening that people get like you did so too close. We like to give our guests career advice. So and i look at mid career so someone who has maybe at least ten maybe even fifteen years of experience so they have enough experience to to have some solid sense of their skills and experience. They want to use their education and experience to make a difference and they want their ambitious. Wanna make money also want to excel. So what what advice would you give to them. it's it's a little tricky for me to to give advice because my primary businesses is one that is so volatile entertainment business whether as an actress or musician or even like it's There's no kind of solid trajectory as to say if you if when were to go to medical school income dr and then you kind of have warded straight mine if you mind you considering what happened around the globe especially in this country over the last year just under a year in what lies ahead over the next few months as so many things are in transition plan as i know that many careers are have either been halted or have stopped in may not return in any kind of quote normal way again least for a number of years. You know everything. It's hard to to kind of navigate. What's going to happen next like Well here's where. I want my career to go in so this is what i can do about it. That that's a hard question to answer right now because there's so much unknown that being said One never knows. Like i think advice even though this might sound altruistic and kind of. I don't know wishful thinking naive. It's just a stay open to other to hostilities. That.

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"reuben" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"reuben" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"I'd like you to meet gloria reuben. Who was a trustee of the waterkeeper alliance from two thousand seven to two thousand ten and served as an advisor to former vice president. Al gore's environmental organization called the climate reality project and on other natural resources groups as well you will also likely recognize her from her appearances in television series like er and marvel's tv cloak and dagger among others as well as in movies like lincoln and a reasonable doubt. Welcome to green captions radio glorious. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for letting me join you. Joe. oh no problem. It's my pleasure my pleasure so let's start with. What condition is our water supply and today as president biden starts his first term as president. What is the water supply. He is inheriting well. I think we would all agree over these last four years the previous president did pretty much anything that he could to eviscerate our clean out air clean water regulations so it is very exciting last night to to witness our new president president. But i didn't as he signed the papers to rejoin the paris climate agreement and to roll back some of the deregulations that the former president clearly. There's a lot of work to be done but that once. We have obviously a leader in place president in place who believes in science and who listens to scientists and who believes in climate change and listens to the scientists gusta climate change and who obviously is a great advocate for the wellbeing of all americans of all peoples that is definitely a hopeful sign the destruction that happened in the last four years previous to President by being sworn in cannot be changed overnight but Reliance as very proud very excited to be on the front lines of this. Very important fight to have drinkable swimming. Fissionable waters for americans and for people around the globe. As you said. I mean it's extraordinary when you can get two point. Five million miles of waterways being protected from from our local over three hundred and fifty plus waterkeeper groups around globe. That's a huge thing. It's a lot of miles. So i'm really excited to join forces again rejoined forces again with this extra organization and in a leadership role so is the did the rollbacks that the trump administration did did they actually result in more water pollution. I mean we obviously have the flint michigan situation but that was not trump. That was the governor in michigan. Right when you talk about pollution in the waterways that goes very much to industries like fossil fuel industries of course like factory farming like businesses corporations. That are allowed to just kind of dump their way store there By rhonette of of making things of manufacturing into the waterways when there's no regulation The clearly people can just do what they want at their own. Well not have to pay any consequences you know it all comes down to first thing which is reenacting these laws again. Going back in place and then enforce laws are terrific things to have. But if they're not enforced than what's also it's important to remember that one of the things that president biden as well last night was to cancel the keystone pipeline. Which has as many of us know has been an ongoing issue for years now. And if i think about it the former president were elected. That very well may have happened. Now i've been to alberto into the athabasca river. I've seen the destruction that's happened with trying to suck out oil from sand. It's not an easy process. Takes more gallons of water from the athabasca river to make one barrel of oil and that is destruction destroy not just obviously the environment but the first nations people that have lived on that land for generations. So it's a it's a trickle down effect if you will of Polluters of Whether they be industries or or again corporations or even individuals whether or not brought to justice when when when there's no law to protect people that lived in that area then it's a free fall and You know. I was a newly appointed just over two months ago so the lot to catch up on. It's a lot of information that i'm soaking up. And we can't wait to be able to fly again safely obviously in good all corners of the world to to meet in person a lavar extraordinary water keepers are clean water warriors. I want i'm sure i'm sure. So does the waterkeeper alliance have a checklist of things that they want. The biden administration. To do i mean are there. Water infrastructure investments Besides putting back in place the clean water act. i mean. We hope that's happening soon. But maybe you're disappointed. It didn't happen right away. What kinds of investments and specifics are you looking for from president biden. Yes well. I think you know as you mentioned. Clean water act course. Everything can happen in one night. So we're confident that that will be reassigned. Only shocks right. I know but go back to the industry. Portion coal ash coal pollution cola. Hashes is definitely something that needs to be addressed in taken care of again. The factory farming issue is a huge thing. Learn in this country. North carolina again. I've been to north carolina. I've seen those ways. They call the ponds or lagoons. They tried to make these names. Sound like it's a recreational place yet now. These are ponds at are made of animal. Waste that seat into the waterway. So that's definitely something that needs to be handled in terrific water keepers in that region. An area that are that are winning lawsuits against not of these factory farms. I think that You know the overall climate issues that Is a abroad umbrella. You'll and plastics. We we all know again. You know plastics Issue jim global issue for sure so clean water act coal cocoa factory farming. These i think are are three very big tangible things that that can be addressed. Well we can he can pass. He can propose legislation that punishes. And as you say enforcement is critical these industrial polluters. It's you know taking a page out of the erin brockovich book relay right but these things also and i totally support on plastic pollution. To get me started on that one will be here for hours but a lot of these things require congressional approval and even though the democrats biden's party control both the house and the senate it's by d. Tiny itsy-bitsy margin right. So how do you. And i know that president by misspeaking bipartisanship since the very first days of his campaign and did so in his inaugural address etcetera but washington is still gridlock. So what's your outlook for whether for example getting factory farming in any kind of legislation. You know control of it. Is that realistic. Yes i think so for. Sure i mean again. These things take time an in carolina. I just wanted to north carolina. Just specifically in that region aren't bringing they aren't litigating certain cases in terms of factory farming. When it comes to the government The legislation in two to be passed in congress isn't going to be tricky but i am the only way to stay in this to even to say yes to this to stay because this is a long term long time mission is to is to keep positive and to just keep on doing. The things that we know will work again. The positive aspects are yes. We do have a house in the senate. So that's a hopeful thing at you know. We don't know what the future will hold of course but for right now we have the majority so that means that and again you know. We have leaders in place who do not deny the truce and they don't make falsities in order to remain in power. There are those who do that. But you know our president and vice president

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Water Justice - Actress Gloria Reuben, Waterkeepers Alliance

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

09:00 min | 1 year ago

Water Justice - Actress Gloria Reuben, Waterkeepers Alliance

"I'd like you to meet gloria reuben. Who was a trustee of the waterkeeper alliance from two thousand seven to two thousand ten and served as an advisor to former vice president. Al gore's environmental organization called the climate reality project and on other natural resources groups as well you will also likely recognize her from her appearances in television series like er and marvel's tv cloak and dagger among others as well as in movies like lincoln and a reasonable doubt. Welcome to green captions radio glorious. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for letting me join you. Joe. oh no problem. It's my pleasure my pleasure so let's start with. What condition is our water supply and today as president biden starts his first term as president. What is the water supply. He is inheriting well. I think we would all agree over these last four years the previous president did pretty much anything that he could to eviscerate our clean out air clean water regulations so it is very exciting last night to to witness our new president president. But i didn't as he signed the papers to rejoin the paris climate agreement and to roll back some of the deregulations that the former president clearly. There's a lot of work to be done but that once. We have obviously a leader in place president in place who believes in science and who listens to scientists and who believes in climate change and listens to the scientists gusta climate change and who obviously is a great advocate for the wellbeing of all americans of all peoples that is definitely a hopeful sign the destruction that happened in the last four years previous to President by being sworn in cannot be changed overnight but Reliance as very proud very excited to be on the front lines of this. Very important fight to have drinkable swimming. Fissionable waters for americans and for people around the globe. As you said. I mean it's extraordinary when you can get two point. Five million miles of waterways being protected from from our local over three hundred and fifty plus waterkeeper groups around globe. That's a huge thing. It's a lot of miles. So i'm really excited to join forces again rejoined forces again with this extra organization and in a leadership role so is the did the rollbacks that the trump administration did did they actually result in more water pollution. I mean we obviously have the flint michigan situation but that was not trump. That was the governor in michigan. Right when you talk about pollution in the waterways that goes very much to industries like fossil fuel industries of course like factory farming like businesses corporations. That are allowed to just kind of dump their way store there By rhonette of of making things of manufacturing into the waterways when there's no regulation The clearly people can just do what they want at their own. Well not have to pay any consequences you know it all comes down to first thing which is reenacting these laws again. Going back in place and then enforce laws are terrific things to have. But if they're not enforced than what's also it's important to remember that one of the things that president biden as well last night was to cancel the keystone pipeline. Which has as many of us know has been an ongoing issue for years now. And if i think about it the former president were elected. That very well may have happened. Now i've been to alberto into the athabasca river. I've seen the destruction that's happened with trying to suck out oil from sand. It's not an easy process. Takes more gallons of water from the athabasca river to make one barrel of oil and that is destruction destroy not just obviously the environment but the first nations people that have lived on that land for generations. So it's a it's a trickle down effect if you will of Polluters of Whether they be industries or or again corporations or even individuals whether or not brought to justice when when when there's no law to protect people that lived in that area then it's a free fall and You know. I was a newly appointed just over two months ago so the lot to catch up on. It's a lot of information that i'm soaking up. And we can't wait to be able to fly again safely obviously in good all corners of the world to to meet in person a lavar extraordinary water keepers are clean water warriors. I want i'm sure i'm sure. So does the waterkeeper alliance have a checklist of things that they want. The biden administration. To do i mean are there. Water infrastructure investments Besides putting back in place the clean water act. i mean. We hope that's happening soon. But maybe you're disappointed. It didn't happen right away. What kinds of investments and specifics are you looking for from president biden. Yes well. I think you know as you mentioned. Clean water act course. Everything can happen in one night. So we're confident that that will be reassigned. Only shocks right. I know but go back to the industry. Portion coal ash coal pollution cola. Hashes is definitely something that needs to be addressed in taken care of again. The factory farming issue is a huge thing. Learn in this country. North carolina again. I've been to north carolina. I've seen those ways. They call the ponds or lagoons. They tried to make these names. Sound like it's a recreational place yet now. These are ponds at are made of animal. Waste that seat into the waterway. So that's definitely something that needs to be handled in terrific water keepers in that region. An area that are that are winning lawsuits against not of these factory farms. I think that You know the overall climate issues that Is a abroad umbrella. You'll and plastics. We we all know again. You know plastics Issue jim global issue for sure so clean water act coal cocoa factory farming. These i think are are three very big tangible things that that can be addressed. Well we can he can pass. He can propose legislation that punishes. And as you say enforcement is critical these industrial polluters. It's you know taking a page out of the erin brockovich book relay right but these things also and i totally support on plastic pollution. To get me started on that one will be here for hours but a lot of these things require congressional approval and even though the democrats biden's party control both the house and the senate it's by d. Tiny itsy-bitsy margin right. So how do you. And i know that president by misspeaking bipartisanship since the very first days of his campaign and did so in his inaugural address etcetera but washington is still gridlock. So what's your outlook for whether for example getting factory farming in any kind of legislation. You know control of it. Is that realistic. Yes i think so for. Sure i mean again. These things take time an in carolina. I just wanted to north carolina. Just specifically in that region aren't bringing they aren't litigating certain cases in terms of factory farming. When it comes to the government The legislation in two to be passed in congress isn't going to be tricky but i am the only way to stay in this to even to say yes to this to stay because this is a long term long time mission is to is to keep positive and to just keep on doing. The things that we know will work again. The positive aspects are yes. We do have a house in the senate. So that's a hopeful thing at you know. We don't know what the future will hold of course but for right now we have the majority so that means that and again you know. We have leaders in place who do not deny the truce and they don't make falsities in order to remain in power. There are those who do that. But you know our president and vice president

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"reuben" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"reuben" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"I mean i people who have the exchanges. Don't even know how to launder the coins. Propylene using some royal or zombie. What what more regular joe right though. I think that's a lot to be said. Yeah yeah yeah for sure. And even some of the use cases we talked about earlier. It's like i think a lot of people pink. That governments immediately dismissed privacy. Focus coins but it's actually not the case You know the example earlier that you're actually working with other governments to help them out. And i think there's nothing wrong with it right. Once upon a time encryption was was illegal in in the world different. Different people had worked slowed in decipher. This whole movement is still has those same routes. I'm glad you kind of spoke spoke to that a bit. Because i do agree. I do agree in that sense like like we shouldn't In our industry for the new people entering and You know we shouldn't try to take one thing like bitcoin and try to make it fit every single use good. That doesn't apply in any other use case in any other part of the world or anything else but what i do want to ask you about now. You know. we're kind of talking about some some spooky story so in one one. How long have you been in the crypto industry. And do you have any spooky or scary stories that you've encountered in your journey leading up to just where we are right now talking to you in twenty twenty. What a weird year. Well have been involved in cryptological. Maybe since Elite two thousand thirteen late. Two thousand twelve i. I was the first merchant in my country. Malaysia fifth year. Sam bitcoin actually started a vpn service in two thousand seven. And that's likely you know like how. Come my journey do privacy. And all that but i talk about it. I don't know whether it's spooky scary. But of zepa and went through a lot like within one month from lawn shell co-founder uh ran away with all seed. Money will left in the dust and then one month later we got act really badly. We have so many. You're like really bad stories of but you know i felt that we've every step of the way we just got stronger and stronger. Kind of is a testament to resilience was really tough. Like when i joined the coin in the although i am i have labor co founder and kind of like bill the project to what it is right now. I actually started as a community manager lawyer for ten years prior to joining z cohen. Was like i want it. I've done like i by that time. I had done it so much. In the spacing done mining lost money on exchanges going to act and did all in all the stuff that you can do use local bitcoins and polo. All the all everything right. And i wanted to know how it was like behind the scenes and therefore i In zero point there was only two people then One which was par in the other guy was caught gary and didn't have anyone else and wide. I come in the community manager and explain what you guys do in a very simple manner rather than any geek speak. That's how i came on and kind of slowly progress into this rule of like kind of like the project so but the the first the first kind of blow was really really bad. I mean like you know. The founders reword was based on the seat investment that we got right and it wasn't a lot of money. This is like three icy. Oh i think it was. Maybe maybe a hundred thousand. Us dollars wish you know in. Today's you know you just fend it like bat..

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"reuben" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"reuben" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"You know ruben this this this and this and this and this right like that's an awful lot of power that you're giving to a single organization and that's just on the organization level. I mean what's happening in pay pal is actually happening in many many other countries like okay facebook and there's a liberal project obviously is data mine you know and if you think about facebook has citizens it has is used us. It has the location. It has an actions of france and what they do and everything the only thing missing could be kind of like a virtual state is his own money. You give it. Libra it's almost like the country of its own right and without the kind of check and balance and you can vote vote voter mountains aqaba right like there's no you don't really have a c. Data's just like therefore everyone the take and even like countries like china and all these other countries looking at bbva so central bring digital currencies. Byu thing they actually doing it like oh you crack down on money laundering. Crackdown know we can observe the economy so much usefulness but it is also very dangerous because it means that the government has full control to you off from the financial system whenever it deems you to be doing something not right like anything. Oh yeah. The government always ex. Well i mean. I was kind of silly to believe that governments do things to stay in power right and if you do. Let's see if you have a tyrannical government. All can you fight against a government that can cut you off your funds and financial a financial all that stuff. It really really guides behavior like just a really quick example like in china. There's this anime guy kazoo sociale dong and he's a bit of a is a bit of an ass he eats. Mma fighter the challenges traditional console. Rt's and beat them up. Basically and i think one time. He's crying entrepreneurship correctly. Punks allow crap and he offended one of these traditional martial artists who reported him to the authorities and the result he's credit score was not motor and then he couldn't take like he couldn't pick a flight he couldn't stay in the nicer tell because his status had gone down. Now think about how much power that is. Because let's have the money that i can cut you off from the financial. I can cut you off from services that is actually like a very disturbing future and while we still have cash while it is a separate separation of cash individual private money dan. It is very difficult for the government to do that. If you have stuff like bitcoin you had stuff lightly he knows. E coin or whatever it becomes very hot for the government to to just a monopoly. Because you're going to crack down so hot. That has this tendency financial system available..

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"reuben" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"reuben" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"Let's start off with you. Know for viewers. What exactly is a z coin. There's a lot of privacy. Focused crypto currencies out there. Different types of token people are sometimes confused between the differences. So you know how long has z coin been out and what exactly is some of the benefits you can do it. Right so <hes>. Zeke hainan <unk>. Main in two thousand sixteen. I think probably in the work of oil probably sought bali one and a half years before that. <hes> can be launching the twentieth of september. Two thousand sixteen so we can just post office having <hes>. Just like i mean upper months ago. So that's really exciting and what we do in z. Coin that we really really belief in the importance of a ripple that is uncensored book and private because we feel that if you want to have an ought to ought to the financial system in asked to be both <hes>. Private and or it to be uncensored in unseasonable privacy's also asked important <hes>. As well especially with bitcoin now you know every single from sexton is is kind of recalled. The payments lee on the blockchain barry single movement of a coin is traceable promise in inception and i think <hes> you know what we do to provide privacy's we allow people to actually destroy the coins and at any time in the future to regain them for brand new ones with no previous transcendent history. It's almost wiping all the transaction history and getting fresh virgin coins and that's the crux of technology. And we've used this being the all. This technology is kind of homegrown is not a faulk of something else and we do have independent research and we probably can talk a bit more about that later. Yeah yeah that's really really interesting to hear. I think that's one of the things that that is unique. You know i've i've read a lot about even for the employees in internal stakeholders developers. Will you all offer a burning redeem different privacy models at y'all have switched recently and <hes>. You know one thing that maybe you could talk about. Is i heard that you all kind of bitch. The founders reward and you increase development for funding post having or at least. That's what your plans are. So why did you take this approach. As opposed to other protocols out there that still do keep that founder reward into the protocol. It seems that you all are working hard to support the community. Keep them happy. I think he's a balanced right. I mean on the one hand you know people unfortunately see founder words and stuff like that. It's a formal and reaching and reaching the faltas or the initial investors. And they don't see as like a peel community project by the same time. I mean realistically except for very few handful of of really really projecting even those suffering for funding <hes>. You expect of like development improvements on almost like a donation basis is also very difficult. I mean you know you take a look at a bitcoin. Right it's funded by you. Know a lot of funds but it d- may be pursuing their own interests. Even someone like lou dash junior. He couldn't get funding. He's been like a call developer for so long and he he's like i need the final edition of what because the on enough. I mean bitcoin is like the biggest cryptocurrency and dean of having problems. Funding green itself has a green another privacy. Coined the ailsa struggling <hes>. You know they have the handful of programmers and very reliant on on donations that may or may not continue coming along. And that's a really bad way to attract allen who want job stability and things like that right. I mean that's something to be expected of. You wanna try thailand. You have to be able to pay them

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Zcoin: Looking After The Community With Reuben Yap

Bitcoin Radio

04:24 min | 1 year ago

Zcoin: Looking After The Community With Reuben Yap

"Let's start off with you. Know for viewers. What exactly is a z coin. There's a lot of privacy. Focused crypto currencies out there. Different types of token people are sometimes confused between the differences. So you know how long has z coin been out and what exactly is some of the benefits you can do it. Right so Zeke hainan Main in two thousand sixteen. I think probably in the work of oil probably sought bali one and a half years before that. can be launching the twentieth of september. Two thousand sixteen so we can just post office having Just like i mean upper months ago. So that's really exciting and what we do in z. Coin that we really really belief in the importance of a ripple that is uncensored book and private because we feel that if you want to have an ought to ought to the financial system in asked to be both Private and or it to be uncensored in unseasonable privacy's also asked important As well especially with bitcoin now you know every single from sexton is is kind of recalled. The payments lee on the blockchain barry single movement of a coin is traceable promise in inception and i think you know what we do to provide privacy's we allow people to actually destroy the coins and at any time in the future to regain them for brand new ones with no previous transcendent history. It's almost wiping all the transaction history and getting fresh virgin coins and that's the crux of technology. And we've used this being the all. This technology is kind of homegrown is not a faulk of something else and we do have independent research and we probably can talk a bit more about that later. Yeah yeah that's really really interesting to hear. I think that's one of the things that that is unique. You know i've i've read a lot about even for the employees in internal stakeholders developers. Will you all offer a burning redeem different privacy models at y'all have switched recently and You know one thing that maybe you could talk about. Is i heard that you all kind of bitch. The founders reward and you increase development for funding post having or at least. That's what your plans are. So why did you take this approach. As opposed to other protocols out there that still do keep that founder reward into the protocol. It seems that you all are working hard to support the community. Keep them happy. I think he's a balanced right. I mean on the one hand you know people unfortunately see founder words and stuff like that. It's a formal and reaching and reaching the faltas or the initial investors. And they don't see as like a peel community project by the same time. I mean realistically except for very few handful of of really really projecting even those suffering for funding You expect of like development improvements on almost like a donation basis is also very difficult. I mean you know you take a look at a bitcoin. Right it's funded by you. Know a lot of funds but it d- may be pursuing their own interests. Even someone like lou dash junior. He couldn't get funding. He's been like a call developer for so long and he he's like i need the final edition of what because the on enough. I mean bitcoin is like the biggest cryptocurrency and dean of having problems. Funding green itself has a green another privacy. Coined the ailsa struggling You know they have the handful of programmers and very reliant on on donations that may or may not continue coming along. And that's a really bad way to attract allen who want job stability and things like that right. I mean that's something to be expected of. You wanna try thailand. You have to be able to pay them

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"reuben" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"reuben" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

"He leaving something are talking rock. No it hit. Kobe hit cool. It vote on fire and that just inflamed it up worse their ship sinking the bermuda cova angle bermuda triangle angle functions. How well that sucks story was looking for their shipment of clay. It's not common. Yeah yeah yeah. You're not getting your clay. You gotta make aluminum pots and stuff. You think maybe it was with. Apparently he was gonna make a seventy eight hundred ton clay statue of clay. I don't think it'd be overly surprised. Seems arrogant enough to do that. He does the most famous guy who never want anything. He lost american idol. He lost to cubans tottered. If memory serves me. And i get that right and moving agreement Don't hear much. He did nothing now but clay won. This show disappeared in place somehow ended up getting being able to do the Modern era of what a moderator for the fuck it one of the trump fucking biden things which was just retarded it's because he is super gay and and wacky and reuben stuttered was a serious musician. Do wanted to do serious stuff. That's not entertaining. No one wants that every online as look at me true. It's sad but it's gay acceptable and then there's real like will and grace acceptable and then there's real gay that we don't wanna talk about no can't discuss that that that's off the table So for those of you who have been lucky enough to have clear skies. There's a pretty cool site in the third in the skies to the last few nights You can actually see jupiter and saturn together. Ed if you have a good enough telescope you can see the moons while dumb at the moons on. What's really cool is. The moons of jupiter are actually in alignment with the planet. So you actually see a lion of the little blue little white dots on barren. So it's pretty cool. I've seen a tremendous amount of fucking pictures of it It's been really fucking cool. Been very much enjoying seeing these pictures when really awesome we've had not loud layer serious. So yes yes. We're cnn anything but Wanna come down lindell street and peek through my window. I'll give you a moon. There's a crack in the middle but that's right. That's what i should drink doing sir putting my own like weird sightings online. They'll just pictures.

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In 'Sound Of Metal,' Sudden Hearing Loss Sends A Drummer Reeling

Filmspotting

03:04 min | 1 year ago

In 'Sound Of Metal,' Sudden Hearing Loss Sends A Drummer Reeling

"Santa metal stars. I'm ed as a rock drummer to lose his hearing. It is the feature debut for director darius that means it might be worthy of golden brick consideration atom. i know you've seen now Would that be accurate. Well i i do want to note that i also saw zappa and i think it's really good certainly a little bit rousing and undoubtedly competently made by alex winter so recommendation there but i also definitely got my music fix in sound of metal. Even though the music part of it isn't really what the story is about and i think we will probably or at least i will talk more as we get into the end of year award season about the performances. Here on med. But someone i had never seen on screen before. Maybe a couple credits to his name. An actor named paul racy who plays i guess kind of his his counselor and his caretaker. After a meds character. Reuben does go death and has to find a place really to be taught how to exist in a world as a deaf man and that performance by paul racy was one that i think is among my favorite of the year josh in a supporting role and sound metals. Definitely golden brick material. What i will say is it takes a really bold approach in terms of its overall artistic design and certainly in terms of its sound design which is from the very beginning it orients itself around the perspective of ahmet. There are instances of it that orient you as a viewer from sort of objective. Point of view. This is what an outsider might be experiencing or seeing play out for the most part in a way that i think for some viewers could be jarring. It was even jarring or difficult at times for me. For the most part you are always experiencing the world as resides character. Ruben experiences the world and so if you're someone who's behind a drum set and you're pounding away. While his girlfriend and collaborator as a musician is at the front of the stage. she's performing we really only hear her kind of wailing and the sound of her instrument the way he would hear it behind the drum set and similarly then as he starts to lose his hearing and then he loses it completely. There are many scenes the play out completely without sound where we only do experience it as viewers as he is in that moment and i do think it really pays off here so probably more say and there will be more to come on sound of metal here in the next month or so but for now i definitely want to recommend it. I think it's absolutely a golden brick nominee or should be on the shortlist. I know that we did that. Special here. just over thanksgiving and had a bunch of titles already we were throwing into. The mix of metal definitely belongs there. I'm curious what you and listeners. Think gets playing exclusively on amazon

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"reuben" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"reuben" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"It's finally cooler here in California. So we're enjoying the weather. It's starting to feel like fall. Although we've been involved for a while. It's raining like the sixties seventies. So it's nice my favorite type of weather. But anyways in this episode we are speaking with Ruben camp and it's a different episode because now let me pull this up really quick and there was a post on the making of a dental start-up group that Reuben made and thought it was supposed to be made in a lot of other Facebook groups, but it was a public service announcement. I guess like update he the post says we were just asked to take part in a ransomware accident at a dental office these folks use a large it group out of Texas for their it they were completely crippled by ransome Ware. And the reason this is the reason why their service off Fires the opening of common RDP remote desktop protocol ports on the server while this is an easy way to access the office remotely. This is one of the worst security things you can do for your office if any company or dental service asks for this, please tell them no, I will not risk my patients health information and then he says rent over back to mature regularly scheduled programing and now this post got tons of Engagement in common in many other groups and people were kind of asking him to you know, Ruben is utilizing VPN safe. What should be doing? How can we prevent this? What was the name of the company? And at the time you couldn't disclose a lot of this information he could he could disclose what you should be doing, which he said in the post, but he couldn't really disclose the company the it group and all these things. Well in this episode he does he goes all-in on everything. Right and we talked about exactly like what is ransomware and how this can affect you talk we talk about what systems in place you need to have and what systems in place that they had that affected them. We also talked about how to identify who's access who has access to your patient data package and and how you can do a risk assessment find the weak points and you're like it software and everything and all your software and all your Hardware how to find the weak points. So this won't happen to you click on that. Imagine like ransomware gets into your somebody gets into their they get all your patient information get everything and then that's ransomware. They're like, hey, you're gonna have to pay this much money order to you know, get this back or we'll we're going to leak all the data. How are you going to tell your patients that you know what I mean? How are you going to let them know like hey guess what? All your information is out there now. So we talked about how to prevent that we also talked about what questions you need to ask third-party vendors. Now, this is super important, especially I think all of you everybody listening here has some type of third-party software something system that you use in your practice. Actually. I know you do you have open Dental you have like no Dental you have all these things right and you need to be asking them questions and at the end of the day guys, you need a lien on your it to do this. And so we discuss the companies who have access and how secure it is and all these things right? So if you here maybe you're, like the company that you have maybe it's good to ask them these questions and find the weak points in your system. So anyways, this is going to be a short episode with Ruben, but it's super super important super helpful. So Guys Without further delay here is Ruben camera. Pause what's.

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NASA astronaut Kate Rubins just cast her vote — from space

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

NASA astronaut Kate Rubins just cast her vote — from space

"Kate Rubins has cast her vote for the upcoming election thing is she filled out her ballot and transmitted it from the international space station. Pretty much killing any excuse for not voting important for everybody to vote. And if we can do it from space that I believe folks can do it from the ground to Congress made it legal to vote from the international space station in 1997. Reuben secure ballot was put together by the Harris County clerk's office in Texas and uploaded by Mission control. The county clerk confirms the ballot has been received and Rubens votes have been recorded. It's

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Soyuz rocket reaches Space Station in record time

Sean Hannity

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Soyuz rocket reaches Space Station in record time

"A Russian Soyuz rocket blasted off from Kazakhstan this morning and lift off Kate Reuben, Sergei Ryzhikov and Sergey Coots urge called now on their way to the international space station spent weeks in quarantine outside Moscow to avoid carrying the Corona virus to the space

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"reuben" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"reuben" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The next thing I know, I'm hearing that. Your wife read like this long stream of tax of stuff that I thought I was telling you personally. No, that is not okay. This is your brother in law. Danny, What's your brother lost first name? Let's just call him the brother in law for right now. He doesn't have a name. It's just giving his name. You already said your brother. His name's Jason. Come out, Jason, You're better than that. You're better than that, Jason. That's embarrassing. 3123323776 Reuben Reuben, That's a cool name like that named Reuben Reuben on the South Side. Thank you Appreciate that. I'm not. I like the sandwich, though. So my life has free rein to go through my phone. I have no complaints. I never get worried. She doesn't do it often doesn't do it suspiciously. But Fix it up and go through it. It's fine When we travel. She typically holds my bones. She get facts. She lets me know and that that no issues. My wife has the pass code to get into my phone and I know my wife's password. She's given it to me. I don't go in her phone. I don't know, but I don't want to go. You know, I wouldn't understand anything. Anyway, I I I I don't go. A mini. I went through your phone last night. Why did you get a text about that? Just a business. That's her phone. You don't trust you share in the wrong relationship. Breach. Breach, Man. Have a good day. Stay safe in her mother. 3123323776 Roy. His next, Roy. What's up, kid? Hey, guys, How's it going? How you doing? Good, good, good. I just wanted to chime in on Danny's reading text thing What he's not going on. I think that just, you know between his his brother in law and his wife. I think that Revealed some trust issues, and I think that's a bit of a concerning thing I was. You know, my fiance. We're we just got engaged. You know, she never liked comes up to me and says, Hey, let me beat your tax. I think that would be a red flag. I think you know, with the relationship you got established, trust on both. And and and if there's text reading, there's a request to read each other's text. I think that's a little bit weird. Thanks so much guys. Thanks, man. Appreciate the call. Yeah. I can't tell you the last time I ever like my wife. Not too long ago had her hands full doing something and I see you've got a text on. She's like opening up. Tell me who it's from. And it was from somebody at work because read me that text. Okay, whatever you want, but I'm not going to pick up the phone and go. Hey, many. Why did you get attacks from so and so at 11 o'clock yesterday morning. It's all my business. It's her business. 3123323776 Neal is in Lombard. Hey, Neil. What's up, Sparky? Now my good No, I totally agree. That's not fair. You cannot have your significant other leaders for whoever else is In that sexy We went to attack me with four guys in one day I was in his life. Read all the Texas talk of him. We had no idea that she was the one that was in this I was giving the answers to agree that we are called battle where you try to find the nest as a battleship gave I actually take them off the feed so that could have I wasn't trusting his answers. Find out it was hurrying on the world. Why should I even send it to you? If you're going to hurt you, it might take them up, and I said directly to her. She got mad and said he was sad that he wasn't We wanted to be a part of me that I was all four of us. Other guys were talking to the left. Yeah, Neil, Thanks for the call. And you're exactly right. Exactly. Great. She was like cheese. You cheating for him? Yeah, that's so you get kicked out. If cap of we're doing something, and Mindy is answering for you. Yeah, You're out of the group. You're gone. Go on. See you later. 3123323776 is our phone number fast time out. We got more calls. Tim and Anthony and Mark will get to all of you. 3123323776 Carmen, You're coming up at noon for cross talk while and Sylvia to J. Hood at six. You're listening to cabin company on ESPN 1000 condos home Our sports Chicago's home for sports. He's on twitch..

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"reuben" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"reuben" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"You're listening to the daily sales tips. Podcast I'm your host Scott Ingram. Today's tip comes from Reuben. Schwarz Ruben is self introducing. So I'm GonNa let him take it away and then I'll have some more resources for you. At the end. I Reuben Schwarz founder of member in the serum for people who ate selling and host and chief nursing on the sales for nerds. Podcast here to talk to you about having more conversations and specifically having more video conversations email social media texting all this stuff. It's kind of like the fast food of human interaction. It's fast it's cheap it's convenient but it's really not very nourishing and it's one thing if we use those tools to set up real conversations. It's another thing if we consider them replacements for actual conversation so both from a business perspective pipeline perspective and just from a human psychology perspective. We need to be having conversations with people. That's what we do. That's how we exist. It's one thing in quote Unquote Normal Times. Maybe we do a bunch e mailing and texting and then we get together with people now. That corona is forcing us to socially distance ourselves from folks. We want to use technology to overcome that so by all means pick up the phone a phone call is exponentially more interesting communicates exponentially more information than e mail a taxed some kind of interaction on social media. But what I really encourage you to do is video. Call people whether it's through zoom or skype or facetime or whatever. Actually seeing people is important especially when we're Kinda shut in right now and I'm actually going so far as to force myself to record this as a video which Scott always likes people to do. But I don't WanNa do that because I don't want to see myself on video right just like everybody else but it's really what we need to be doing because we're supposed to be seeing people not just talking to them one thing to have the phone call when we can also see them at some other time or we just got out of a meeting with them we call him back the next day but if we're not seeing people for weeks or months that's going to cause a bunch of problems. Psychologically were supposed to see people we care about and also from a perspective. It's a lot harder to build trust without actually seeing people. So there's a million tutorials out there on how to set up your office for video calling. I'm not gonNA reiterate that if you need a quick very amateurish one you can go to memory dot com and see a video that I posted about my setup but you can tell it's not the worse set up in the world but it's certainly not professional level but the point is it's good enough to interact with people and it's good enough that I shouldn't stop interacting with people while I try to get the setup to be fancier now the next thing is we just WanNa have a lot of conversations. That's what we should be doing. And if you're a sales person who has fifty conversations day already make sure you keep that up. Tried to do it over video. If you're the kind of person like I was who would have a couple of conversations today think that was a lot. It can actually be so much easier than you think. If you have just a handful of conversations each one has a lot of pressure to make it harder awkward or etc and that reinforces itself in a vicious cycle. If you have a lot of conversations it takes all the pressure off each one. Yes we want to be professional. We WanNA show up. We want to close the deals that we need to close. We want to help the clients that we need to help but sometimes calls are going to go wrong. Sometimes they're going to get rescheduled sometimes deals go south in ways that we don't control no matter what if we have a healthy pipeline not just of quote unquote deals but of conversations? That stuff will will play out and it will be fine. We don't have a lot of pressure we don't have to act like we're trying to avoid getting a set of steak knives or getting fired. We're just there to help folks especially now block off time in your calendar to be calling people if you've got prescheduled calls obviously that's great but otherwise just go through the people that you want to talk to and of course that's prospects clients partners those urgent calls and hopefully we're making those but I know from my own experience from packing a lot of other people. Sometimes those things fall off the plate to and then it's also the interesting people that we want to talk to especially now right. Parents COUSINS FRIENDS SPOUSES. Who are stuck somewhere else. Have those conversations and if possible have him over video? Make sure also that you're talking to the interesting people that you like talking to that give you energy and business will come from. This may not come from this call or that call but over time. Business will come in a way that lets you relax and just focus on having an interaction. Human interaction with people as opposed to got close close. I've got a close now. The one thing I do want to mention about video people tend to know you know. Keep your eye level and try to look at the light and so on but tip from Vanessa van Edwards on sales for nerds. She's brilliant by the way. Check her out. Try to make it more like a face to face interaction where you can see. Someone's hands especially in sales hands are all about trust. We are programmed as humans to be a little suspicious when we can't see someone else's hands and if you're doing this and try to have a conversation that's not how we have conversations. We have conversations actually further back but we should at least be able to see what someone's doing with their hands that's going to help with trust render sleep and if you do get in a situation where you're doing a video call and then you share documents and screens and so on. Make sure that you don't just close the meeting down after that. Go back to the face to face video though same way you would if you were huddling over documents in person before you wrap up. And as the enforcer said only connect this is the best tool. We've got right now. Don't be scared of the video. Make time to actually connect with folks over video. If you'll kick over to daily sales dot tips forward slash four thirty three. You'll find not only the video version of rubens tip but also links to his post with some video call tips and his reconnection challenge once you've clicked over and read through those be sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tip. Thanks for listening..

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