34 Burst results for "Rhoda"

"rhoda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:19 min | Last week

"rhoda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Just about 8 minutes past the hour Let's say good morning to our next guest We are joined by Kyle rhoda whose market analyst at the IG group So just looking over the notes supplied by your team Kyle I suppose it's not too surprising well especially given the retail sales that we saw And the outperformance basically of U.S. equities that you're still pretty solid on the U.S. versus the rest of the world Although you do like the ASX 200 why I think essentially the markets miss pricing RBA expectations I think we've seen market participants basically lump RBI policy and we've probably seen this for the cross global central banks and the way markets are pricing in any way But the full effectively the one trade that inflation pressures are building and at some stage in the very near future they'll be right hikes to come which isn't obviously an absurd proposition But I think it lacks a lot of nuance across the board So at the moment the market is pricing in that three and a half high from the RBA next year I think that's a little bit overdone And I think that at the moment from a tactical point of view it makes the icex 300 look relatively attractive despite the fact that I do say U.S. equities on balance for outperforming the rest of the world from a more broad broader macro point of view So in terms of the equities outperformance we have a couple of stories on the Bloomberg terminal today pointing out how again they're almost every day right This extreme bullishness right The most since 2013 or it goes on and on and on Does that give you pause or is it partly because you know you've got to find a place to put your money It isn't bonds And so far the U.S. economy looks pretty good It really does depend on your training and investing time frame And I think if you're someone who is a bit more buy and hold and a lot of our clients have pretty great hell based Some of them affiliate short term speculators and others quite long-term buying holding stock pickers actually pretty much when you look at it to end of the one too extreme to the one spectrum In the short term I think you have really no choice but for my allocated to equities And I think the momentum remains skewed to the upside despite the fact sentiment is obviously extraordinarily bullish And that there are concerns of course that maybe the rug would be pulled out from underneath the market by surprise right hike for a quicker and more aged hiking cycle from mostly U.S. Federal Reserve But from a buy and hope perspective when you're looking at valuation things are making me feel a little bit nervous if you're looking to pick up value in this market and looking to find something to park your money in over a much longer time frame on that basis is now the time to get into the market I'd much prefer to see a much larger pullback But again the upsides you play that Are we maybe seeing a re rating of equities overall Because if you look at the productivity of companies it's not just the U.S. but the U.S. is perhaps done it better than others They are continuing to make money even coming through a pandemic and even though people are nervous about inflation Yeah I mean at the moment more on the show the short term that story is very much margin one for me I mean what we've really been able to face on U.S. companies operating in a very efficient way over the last 12 to 18 months despite all the headwinds Not only that of course we've got.

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Biden's Coughing During Latest Speech Spurs Health Questions

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Biden's Coughing During Latest Speech Spurs Health Questions

"What a week this has been. What a crazy week we got. We got king george biden ranting and raving and coughing my producer. Derek is very concerned about biden's coughing. All he's doing his coughing and somebody even asked circle back pataki about says nothing to worry about. There's nothing to be concerned. He just has maybe a mild cold. I don't like what is he. Eight hundred seventy nine. I don't want him getting a mild cold. I don't want him to listen how i prayed for his health. I wanted to be safe. I wanted to be healthy. I don't want him to get the rhoda. I'm struggling with whether or not i'm supposed to get the dog gone. Pfizer as a booster to johnson and johnson. And i think that sounds like a terrible idea but my doctors on board. These are my problems. My problems become your problems. That's what i do here. i mean you know. I don't suffering silence ever. But i'm not coughing like joe is here's king. George cut nine having a hard time clearing his throat quite a bit choices. This we're gonna continue with an economy where the share the benefits go to big corporations in the very wealthy or are we going to take this moment right now. The set this country on a new path one that invest in this nation creates real sustained economic growth and the benefits everyone including working people and middle class. Folks that's something. We haven't realized in this country for decades the data. Excuse me the dad is absolutely clear that nothing's edited there at all. Now listen call me crazy. I don't think it's that big a deal. I don't know what's wrong with me this week. I mean things that people around me think is a big deal is not that big a deal of squareness throat a few

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The Blood of the Future Could Be Made in a Lab

WSJ The Future of Everything

01:43 min | 6 months ago

The Blood of the Future Could Be Made in a Lab

"The corona virus hit its supply chains around the world corona virus. Driving a consumer scramble for hand sanitizers even bars of soap product. This has become white gold nation where flour and yeast or in short supply. I one of the central business storylines of the coronavirus crisis has been the shortage of so-called. N ninety. Five respirator face masks the while you might be able to do without flour for a week or two or make a diy mask. There was one supply chain breakdown that got people worried. We started running low on blood. Corona virus has forced the cancellation. Many blood drives creating shortage. When it's needed the most social distancing measures brought these blood drive screeching to a halt since the pandemic started sweeping through the us in march. The red cross says there have been one million fewer donations. The normal chris. Rhoda is the president of biomedical services at the american red cross. That hit us very hard. So we we went into emergency mode right right around. Mid-march where inventories started to drop dramatically. Were rationing blood. To hospitals pretty aggressively. Luckily those rations were enough mostly because hospitals had stopped doing elective surgeries to make space for corona virus patients. If that hadn't happened the supply of blood would have forced hospitals to stop doing elective and scheduled surgeries to consider blood products for those patients. That are that are critical in need. Obviously don't have choice. The pandemic revealed how much we rely on donors to support our blood supply.

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"rhoda" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"rhoda" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Heart radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview if I had known At the beginning of fish. What I know now, you know, the band is like an organic ever growing thing. That's a conversation I had with Trey Anastasio, lead singer and guitarist of Fish for a piece I wrote back in 2002. First saw fish at a tiny club in the late eighties. Now, decades later, the band is still touring. Still making a cultural impact, and I'm still covering them. I'm Dean. But Nick and this is long May they run season one fish I saw in the late eighties. And the people are growing like crazy. I mean, dancing like a storm. After the show. I rushed backstage. You should look it. I'm quitting my job, Rhoda. You know, Manager I seen it, and that's the future. They changed the industry changed the landscape of the entire festival circuit were to draw 75 80,000 people to Indian Reservation The Middle Florida on New years. 1999. No, never heard of us. We're gonna do it anyway. And have it work. This's my path. We're gonna follow it. We don't care where it leads. Baker's dozen a different show. ABC News I'm Richard can to concern over possible post election trouble is spurring activity at the White House. A federal law enforcement source confirms to ABC News that additional non scalable temporary fencing is expected to be put up.

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"rhoda" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"rhoda" Discussed on KTRH

"Heart radio app is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview if I had known At the beginning of fish. What I know now, you know, the band is like an organic ever growing thing. That's a conversation I had with Trey Anastasio, lead singer and guitarist of Fish for a piece I wrote back in 2002. I first saw fish at a tiny club in the late eighties. Now, decades later, the band is still touring. Still making a cultural impact, and I'm still covering them. I'm Dean. But Nick and this is long May they run Season one fish I saw in the late eighties. And the people are going like crazy. I mean, dancing like a storm. After the show. I rush back. Say I should look it. I'm quitting my job, Rhoda. You know, Manager I seen it, and that's the future. They changed the industry changed the landscape of the entire festival circuit were to draw 75 80,000 people to Indian Reservation The Middle Florida on New years. 1999. No, never heard of us. We're gonna do it anyway. And have it work. This's my path. We're gonna follow it. We don't care where it leads. Baker's dozen a different show every night at the world's most famous arena, Not a single song repeated. I beg everyone to find me a band who could do that. Welcome. Long May they run, Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one Let them deal with it. This is what they do all day every day. Top tax defenders dot com Top tax defenders dot com.

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A Look at Bird Strike Countermeasures

STRUCK: A Lightning Protection Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

A Look at Bird Strike Countermeasures

"Obviously, bird strikes against you feel like this is an issue but it is right and these things especially. If. It's like a goose I mean, that's a I don't know what twelve pound object getting hit by something going for and miles per hour. Well, what what is, what is the damage like here and how do they? What is the technology keeping US safe from safe from these bird menaces it really is testing. That's what it is and designing for the regulatory requirements. So the regulatory criminal for aircraft for twenty five aircraft which are trying to transport category or. Larger business jets is a four pound bird I think is going at VC So that's a pretty fast speed. I'm electrical guy not a structural person but. Those tests are super destructive, and if you ever, you can go online and go on Youtube and see bird strike tests I've seen the other crazy it as look like they become liquid hitting these. Oh Yeah. Everything becomes at that speed is so much energy. Being dispersed in such a short span of time that biscuit the turn Jello. And it Kinda. It kinda it absorbs into the structure in which is running into, and then there's really no way. Today we actually have some competition ways to predict the amount of damage that recur, but we still do testing. So it's sort of a computational I look, and then we followed up with some validation testing. But as we have done that the last several years, we kinda get more and more. So the computational side. But? It's very easy to see aircraft that was struck by birds and the level of damage because it usually is not just one bird usually they're flying into a grouping birds. So birds hit windshields knows Rome spurts, wings, Burns, hidden vertical stabilisers, or horizontal stabilisers. burs being adjusted into engines are a huge problem because you can. On a wing, you can penetrate that leading edge and get into the thing. They got a fuel got fuel coming out right on an engine. It's going to go through that engine and you can lose or maybe maybe worn more than one bird typically but you can lose that particular engine and just like you're talking about with sully where they had birds go in and both engines in Las both engines so. It's. It's a really serious thing in if around airports that have bird probes and it tends to be at least in our part of the World Canadian geese that migrate want to hang out at the end of the runway. You'll see things like these noise canons, propane cannons at fire off once a minute to encourage the burs lands somewhere else because at a Canadian geese is bigger than a four. Pampered. Right So if you hit something that's obviously hopefully, you're catching it closer to the crown where you're going to get slower speed. So the energy last but the amount of damage that can occur bird impact is substantial substantial to the point where now we do a lot of testing to make sure that the bird can't bring down an airplane but still in the sully situation burs going both engine just really not much you're gonna be able to do their. The FAA puts up notices about where birds are. Philadelphia had a problem for a while. So yeah, it's it's really really serious, but it happens pretty often a lot more. It happens more often than lightning strikes in my opinion early, the damage more visible the lightning strikes because it is a debt left somewhere. On, the aircraft when shield knows radio. All over all over well so these engines are pulling in so much air and creating so much thrust. Create like vortex where a is more likely to go into the engineer or not really so much everything's happening. So fast I, mean you can kind of suck it in if it's if it's not directly in that lie in that line it can definitely could pull it in just grab. Yeah. It can kind of graphics. They do have some Massar but it's the engines pulling so much air sucking so much Erin to it it's it's like a vacuum just going to say anything it's around it into it So the engine manufacturers, Ge's Pratt and Whitney's the. Royce look at that as part of the one of their certification task is to validate what has a bird. Goes to the engine because what you don't. WanNa do is. Start loosening the heavy rotating parts of the rotors. Rhoda per situation. So not knowing you lose a bird, but then he got this flying grenade of an engine blowing holes in the wing and the fuselage and tail, and all this other stuff causes other problems. So it's it's a really serious certification thing but when we don't think about that much. I don't think of all the years I don't think about an aircraft has actually struck a bird I've seen damage from it but close but I don't think I've been an airplanes actually struck a bird. Have you ever been an airplane? That's? Not. What it now now makes me very nervous. So. Limited have my eye out for these birds album. I worry about it with a Canadian geese are or this large flocks in occasionally see it editor ports as you drive into an airport like There's a large flock of whatever geese hanging out down here. That probably smarter hope not taking off in that direction today.

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NASA launches mission to Mars

Richard Eeds

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

NASA launches mission to Mars

"Third and final mission to Mars is underway following launches by China and the United Arab Emirates. Correspondent Linda Kincaid reports NASA's most elaborate life Hunting Rover. Is carrying some fascinating equipment expected to land in mid February of 2021 theory. Emission also promises new perspectives on Mars. The perseverance is equipped with microphones to share sounds of the Red Planet for the first time. It also has 23 cameras with new features like zoom color and video capturing capabilities. Also along for the ride the first helicopter to attempt flight on another planet. NASA's perseverance Rhoda Mighty Atlas five Rocket in Ooh, a clear morning sky. Among other features, the plutonium powered, six wheeled Rover will drill down and collect tiny geological specimens that will be brought back to Earth.

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Kurt Cobain's "MTV Unplugged" guitar sells for record $6 million

WBZ Afternoon News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Kurt Cobain's "MTV Unplugged" guitar sells for record $6 million

"One of grunge rock most iconic instruments is now the most expensive guitar of all time Kurt Cobain's nineteen fifty nine Martin D. eighteen E. acoustic electric guitar that he played during nirvana's MTV unplugged episode sold for a record setting six million dollars yesterday it had previously been appraised at a million dollars the buyer's name is Peter Friedman he's the founder of Rhoda microphones he plans to display the guitar for a worldwide

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South Boston Fire Injures Firefighters, Leaves Dozens Displaced

WBZ Afternoon News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

South Boston Fire Injures Firefighters, Leaves Dozens Displaced

"Dozens of people are displaced after a massive fire tore through seven trip all doctors and south the early this morning the fire said several firefighters to the hospital lasted for hours WBZ's Kevin Coleman has more it was not the way Greg and his wife wanted to wake up in the middle of the night as their apartment building on Colombia Rhoda caught on fire leading to the Boston fire department battling a seven alarm fire at three thirty in the morning so my wife and I were sleeping and at like three thirty she woke up randomly and she saw that the deck was on fire

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"rhoda" Discussed on Subtle Medicine

Subtle Medicine

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"rhoda" Discussed on Subtle Medicine

"And that grows into self love and then that feeds into just overall being more content and happy with your it just keeps feeding and it keeps growing and then before you know it like you were saying ten years ago there were things that you never would even imagine yourself to be feeling or thinking about. And that's what happens like I used to be so in my head about how to be an perform. No there is any other way. I thought you had to just a rehearse and think about what someone was going to say. And that is all of this mental gymnastics. That would happen. Prior to event like twenty years ago. You asking me to do this. I would have prepared for a month. Probably would have had my points. I would have liked picked out on fit. Like none of that is even peasants anymore in. It's so free and that's that's like the beauty of this work is infusing those little things every day that feed your soul and your spirit and whatever that is like. I said it could be as simple as dancing but doing it consistently re j making yourself. Happy and feeding yourself joyfully. In that way whatever. It is It's going to create a more fulfilling and happy and content. Life of perfect guts dislike that mic. Drop moment accusing your day every day. Even if it's just a teeny tiny crumb with the things that light you up with the things that really feed nourish your soul and it doesn't need to be with any of the sexy detractors or things outside of yourself just really what makes my heart happy without judgment like it doesn't have to used to judge myself a lot. I still kind of do it. It's like my thing. I used to think lake. Oh the thing that that I need to practice. That brings me. Joy needs to be so big and so gran and I need to really help people in needs to be great. It can't be frivolous at the duck and I love you. Know doodling making some little simple arts and it's beautiful and it's it's mine or singing like you said dancing just whatever that little thing is and doing that so perfect thank you for that reminder. Thank you for allowing me to express that bit of wish for everyone so beautiful. Thank you so much for talking with me today and I know that we could go on.

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"rhoda" Discussed on Subtle Medicine

Subtle Medicine

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"rhoda" Discussed on Subtle Medicine

"Hello Hello Beloved. Welcome to this episode of Subtle Medicine. Podcast I have dear sister and kindred soul Rhoda door and on the show today and we talk about all the things as it relates to you as your own healer from daily purification practices. And how no that's probably dot you think it is to taking radical self responsibility for your life for your growth and what gets in the way of that and also talk about nervous system care breath. Work and more Rhoda to join is a Reiki Practitioner. Trained and conscious counseling and rebirthing breath work. She has been exploring various methods of healing and self mastery since two thousand two and continues to cultivate a mixed bag of modalities under her belt. In order to co create transformation with others besides facilitating tailored workshops locally in Los Angeles and for the yearly Spirit Weavers Gathering. She also holds space for one on one. Ricky infused rhetoric sessions is a maker online seller of handmade eco-friendly creations and is an Orrick portrait artist. And I had so much fun creating this episode for you and I know that you will really enjoy this rich conversation that road and I had so without further ado. Let's get into it all right so Rhoda is definitely a kindred spirit for sure and I'm so excited to have you on the show. Thank you for being here in key for having me. I'm excited as little okay. So we are such kindred spirits like I said and I'm so excited to get into this topic of you as your own healer and guide. That's certainly something that is near and dear to my heart and my own journey and it's really been spoken about so on this show. It's kind of the overarching theme of this whole podcast of my whole work of my whole mission in in life and my soul's purpose as well as the notion of our core loons being our source of freedom and ultimately coming until place of self mastery and total sovereignty. Kind of where? We're headed today and I'd really love to begin with when you say to somebody. You are your own healer. What are you meaning? And what are you ultimately hoping that they get from this because for a lot of people it's like a radical notion that they can't wrap their minds around or it's something that they may believe in but it's like a total pipedream and they don't even just understand where to start and what that means. What does that mean to you? Like all journeys on this spiritual path Or the journey of life in general. It's it's at Spiro. So there's the very bottom layer of like you are the author of your life basically and that's a little bit more accessible to people because it's in books it's in movies. There's that hero that at the end of the day kind of semons his or her energies and becomes full breath of himself or herself And once you start on that path little by little I think the end goal is full sovereignty. Ray You're basically you know full blonde blown out thinking for yourself in all areas aways from like like. I've been rereading a Leonard Ores Book. Which is my lineage intensive rebirthing and he talks about the death urge and how for. Yawns eons of years ago people lived hundreds and even thousands of years old. So there's this belief that we have that we actually have to die so it's going that breath fall breath of sovereignty where you have your own belief about what you and your body can do and what your spirit can do in your soul and then obviously say there's the whole breath in the middle where it's that whole journey. That's just true for you and it can be anything from. I know personally speaking. There's that point in every person's life in this journey where It's almost like there's a couple of different deck that happened. Ego Death of a child re parenting yourself. So there's the death of your parents in your life as a role Caretaker role and then and the larger sense of that after that is the death of God and how you are becoming your own God and you tap into your own internal resources power and and that is part of that whole goal to sovereignty so when I say that to someone it's just whatever hits them really but my ultimate goal and why love breath work is that You know you're using your own Nothing else you don't need vamps music. You don't need like incense or oils. Whatever you just do it when you can really. I do it in my car in the shower before I came on line here. I just to get the jitters yards doing Steak grow toning or shocker toning. And that's just braving making sounds with your breath so it's really any thing that you have right now right here. Are All the tools that you have everything inside of you is all you need. There's nothing fancy know by now or will. This offer will expire type the situation. It's just really where you are and just leaning into everything that's going on where you are right now right here. So God smoothly

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You as Your Best Healer with Rhoda Todoran

Subtle Medicine

06:36 min | 1 year ago

You as Your Best Healer with Rhoda Todoran

"Hello Hello Beloved. Welcome to this episode of Subtle Medicine. Podcast I have dear sister and kindred soul Rhoda door and on the show today and we talk about all the things as it relates to you as your own healer from daily purification practices. And how no that's probably dot you think it is to taking radical self responsibility for your life for your growth and what gets in the way of that and also talk about nervous system care breath. Work and more Rhoda to join is a Reiki Practitioner. Trained and conscious counseling and rebirthing breath work. She has been exploring various methods of healing and self mastery since two thousand two and continues to cultivate a mixed bag of modalities under her belt. In order to co create transformation with others besides facilitating tailored workshops locally in Los Angeles and for the yearly Spirit Weavers Gathering. She also holds space for one on one. Ricky infused rhetoric sessions is a maker online seller of handmade eco-friendly creations and is an Orrick portrait artist. And I had so much fun creating this episode for you and I know that you will really enjoy this rich conversation that road and I had so without further ado. Let's get into it all right so Rhoda is definitely a kindred spirit for sure and I'm so excited to have you on the show. Thank you for being here in key for having me. I'm excited as little okay. So we are such kindred spirits like I said and I'm so excited to get into this topic of you as your own healer and guide. That's certainly something that is near and dear to my heart and my own journey and it's really been spoken about so on this show. It's kind of the overarching theme of this whole podcast of my whole work of my whole mission in in life and my soul's purpose as well as the notion of our core loons being our source of freedom and ultimately coming until place of self mastery and total sovereignty. Kind of where? We're headed today and I'd really love to begin with when you say to somebody. You are your own healer. What are you meaning? And what are you ultimately hoping that they get from this because for a lot of people it's like a radical notion that they can't wrap their minds around or it's something that they may believe in but it's like a total pipedream and they don't even just understand where to start and what that means. What does that mean to you? Like all journeys on this spiritual path Or the journey of life in general. It's it's at Spiro. So there's the very bottom layer of like you are the author of your life basically and that's a little bit more accessible to people because it's in books it's in movies. There's that hero that at the end of the day kind of semons his or her energies and becomes full breath of himself or herself And once you start on that path little by little I think the end goal is full sovereignty. Ray You're basically you know full blonde blown out thinking for yourself in all areas aways from like like. I've been rereading a Leonard Ores Book. Which is my lineage intensive rebirthing and he talks about the death urge and how for. Yawns eons of years ago people lived hundreds and even thousands of years old. So there's this belief that we have that we actually have to die so it's going that breath fall breath of sovereignty where you have your own belief about what you and your body can do and what your spirit can do in your soul and then obviously say there's the whole breath in the middle where it's that whole journey. That's just true for you and it can be anything from. I know personally speaking. There's that point in every person's life in this journey where It's almost like there's a couple of different deck that happened. Ego Death of a child re parenting yourself. So there's the death of your parents in your life as a role Caretaker role and then and the larger sense of that after that is the death of God and how you are becoming your own God and you tap into your own internal resources power and and that is part of that whole goal to sovereignty so when I say that to someone it's just whatever hits them really but my ultimate goal and why love breath work is that You know you're using your own Nothing else you don't need vamps music. You don't need like incense or oils. Whatever you just do it when you can really. I do it in my car in the shower before I came on line here. I just to get the jitters yards doing Steak grow toning or shocker toning. And that's just braving making sounds with your breath so it's really any thing that you have right now right here. Are All the tools that you have everything inside of you is all you need. There's nothing fancy know by now or will. This offer will expire type the situation. It's just really where you are and just leaning into everything that's going on where you are right now right here. So God smoothly

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"rhoda" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"rhoda" Discussed on KTOK

"On March the seventeenth Rhoda was born in Childress Texas she went to school in Abilene and there she met her husband road has four children three sons and one daughter and a ton of grand kids read it is now at the Baptist village has you can hear the music in the background it really takes me back to front the twenty swear like Rhapsody in blue was was the first time from George Gershwin this lady is Rhapsody in play she such a first class and if you ever see her her smile will absolutely melt your heart and well preserved salute is brought to you each week by comfort comfort keepers has been our sponsor of the well preserved salute for a number of years they provide care and services and living assistance allowing seniors and individuals to live comfortably an independent contact comfort keepers at four oh five two four two fifty three hundred again if you would like to call comfort keepers give them a call at four oh five two four two fifty three hundred you know Patrick you're way too young to remember Rhapsody in blue but that's just a that was a piece of music that I think it just always relaxes me yeah I to know about the Rhapsody in blue yeah way way it's still a popular piece of music now yeah can like to come on a Beretta.

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Was Kobe Bryant's pilot feeling pressure to fly that day?

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Was Kobe Bryant's pilot feeling pressure to fly that day?

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Megxit: Harry and Meghan give up royal titles and taxpayer funds

Ringer Dish

09:43 min | 2 years ago

Megxit: Harry and Meghan give up royal titles and taxpayer funds

"Is a deal the the mix it has been resolved and it has been termed a hard. It's a hard hard magazine. It's very embarrassing for the British parliament. And Boris Johnson. This got done literally in a fraction of the time of the brexit which is yet to be resolved is true to borrow a The overworked twitter joke of the week from the press box. which is a great podcast? You should grab to. The Queen's should take over brexit. Negotiations was definitely on twitter a lot yesterday and I don't think that's constitutionally allowed. I'm not a British constitutional expert but it. They did get something done they did so. Let's go over the details of a lot of which which I think it was unfolding and there's some things that are in name in some things are happening specifically we go. State should be sentence by sentence through the Queen's statement. I or just let's let came out. I which notably social media has been kind of leading the way for their official statements and this came out out while the Rota reporters were then putting the details of the agreement out on their own. Twitter feeds just kind of interesting. They didn't use instagram. Or wherever you like your the details yes because the media and the involvement of the media in Harry and Meghan involvement with media is the crux of this matter still is we'll discuss so it's pretty intentional seriously. All right. So here's a statement from Her Majesty the Queen on the Buckingham Palace letterhead which is really lovely letter by away. You have letterhead in your life. I don't have letterhead but I do have a lot of monogram notepads as you probably know my desk. I've been thinking about some letter. I completely completely supportive. What am I going to baby gifts for my close friends as note cards with their new child? That's Nice thank you for the child too right okay for them to send like other. Thank you cards okay. Following many months conversation more recent discussions. I am pleased that together. We found a constructive and supportive way forward for my grandson and his family. Harry Meghan Archie. Archie will always be much-loved members of my family. I recognize the challenges. They have experienced as a result of intense scrutiny over the last two years and support their wish for more independent life. I want to thank them for all the dedicated educated work across this country the Commonwealth and Beyond and particularly proud of how Meghan has so quickly become one of the family is my whole family's hope that today's agreement allows him to start building a peaceful peaceful new a happy and peaceful new life. Okay so that's nice. There are literally no details in this. Let's literally non. The word family is in there like five times times at least maybe didn't count which is in keeping with her previous demon? Is clearly what she's trying to emphasize here is that she's using their first names. Zor Family. This is still a family affair. I Love Them. There's no bad blood. No one's feuding family family family family family family. We're all good as small F- family. Yes did you notice that some people people did point out following many months of conversations and more recent discussions which seems like an olive branch of to Harry and Megan of the whole they blindsided us. And I think that it's trying to save. Maybe we were surprised by some of the things but also they have been expressing this for a while like trying to bring resolution to that timeline. Yes definitely they're trying to make it seem like they didn't they were only blindsided by the timing of Harry and Meghan like websites essentially early and not by their desire to set back. Yes so that. Was the Queen Statement From Her Majesty the Queen. Then there was the official Buckingham Palace statement which read the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are grateful grateful to Her Majesty in the Royal Family capital off on their ongoing support as they embark on the next chapter their lives as agreed and this new arrangement. They understand they're required to step back from royal duties including official Merit Military Appointments. They will no longer receive public funds for royal duties with the Queen's Blessing. The Sussex is will continue to maintain their private patronage is and associations creations while they can no longer formally present the queen. The Sussex's have made clear that everything they will do everything they do will continue to uphold the values of Her Majesty and then lastly slay the details the Sussex says will not use their HR h titles as they are no longer working members of the royal family. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared their wish to repay sovereign grant expenditure for the refurbishment of frog more cottage which will remain there. UK Family Home Buckingham Palace does not comment. On the details of security arrangements there are well established independent processes determined. Herman the need for publicly funded security. This new model will take effect in the spring of Twenty twenty. Pretty fucking huge deal. They're out they're out and they're paying back reservations. That we wondered about our first question was what happens to Windsor. And they've been reading the comments because it's very smart of them to include that information that they will be giving back taxpayer money because he's really the last thing that anyone could hold against them. Yes and it also it was like real connection to what I think is probably one of the breaking points. This is just my own hypothesis this but over the summer with the private jet situation or people are so mad at them for taking a chat and there was question belly who paid for that all of the kind of luxury life stuff they do and I presume we will continue intended to do and enjoy because it's a luxury life and who doesn't like that they just don't want anyone to like chirp about cutting it off and I think that's one of the reasons why they wanted to have the financial independence but still be royal was to not have anyone be like. Why are you using our money for you to jet off to Corsica to Sardinia to wherever they were gone? Ah Yes I think. The other half of that is that they didn't want anyone to be able to say. Why are you using our taxpayer? Money when you are making like twenty a million dollars from net flicks and or your own version of like Oprah's tour. Yes which we will talk more about. I thought this was interesting from the Guardian and let's talk about the H.. Rage titles share more generally but the couple were unwilling to subject themselves to any financial scrutiny or review in future contracts. They struck the trade off was that they could not use their. HR H styles though they retain them so. This is very clear that they really want to be able to do what they want. And take the projects that they want line and not have anyone not have any oversight from from the press of the taxpayers. But also I think there is an internal committee in Buckingham Palace like a bunch of report ers whose job it is to make sure that anyone with a royal title is not taking on commercial enterprises that would disrespect or reflect poorly on the crowd. I think they've done a terrible job because Prince Andrew is under that scrutiny as all the queen's other children but none of that right and they also I think moreover don't want the media bring it up like obviously 'cause obviously there's loopholes if Andrew is doing andrew you know but I think they just. They're just like part of their word. We're no longer doing the Rhoda. We're no longer subject to your scrutiny. Basically yes and that's a big part of it. Yeah and so I think this was not well communicated in the first few hours which is totally understandable. They're not being stripped of their. HR shadows committing to not using them. This is the biggest point to me because here is my take. Take on this whole deal which may be a hard Mexico. This is one hundred percent. So totally reversible said reversible and and I think that's so intentional on the part of the royal family to`delays listen I I do actually wish Harry and Meghan the I I really do. I think they're really in love to a well. I've been reviewing the timelines and to be honest. They have not totally met a man as timelines four years ago. I know they've been moving quickly. But maybe Harry and Meghan and I have some different goals goals in life but I do wish them well so when I say that I do not think that they will be married in five years. It's not a reflection on them or their character. I think we said this before for the even got married. Yes we did. We gave it seven years. which is we're on track for? Yeah and and basically for this reason which was like how can you put someone who Meghan who has grown up up in America and it is accomplished independent intelligent woman and ask her to participate in this royal family situation. It just doesn't why would she do that. I also I will say people make fun of her a lot for having been on deal or no deal and for many other like seemingly embarrassing jobs but like who doesn't have an embarrassing job from early in career you know and I just think like she actually is a career woman like her chosen. Career is being famous and being an actress but like she has worked her way up in that. And so if you are as ambitious as she seems and that's often used as a day like oh she so ambitious I mean it as the Nice thing like I respect it like. Of course she wants to be able to like make make money and be out there like. That's the past she chose. She went to North Western. Because it has a great drama school. And like you can learn how to be an address and I will also say even before she was with Harry h she was using her success. Ambition for charitable issues and advocacy. And there's that famous video of her eleven or twelve writing who did she write something. Sexist said about Hillary Clinton. I mean she has been working for bigger than herself for much longer than she's been a part of the royal family. Yeah so I I do admire her. But on the flip side now that they're out. Harry has grown up in the UK in just the most privileged privilege sheltered bubble of all time has obviously gone through a lot of difficult family trauma and some of that is still unresolved. He's at odds with a a fair amount of his family right now and then is moving across the world to start a brand new life with very little support system outside of one person who does love him very much. That's that's tough tough tough ass. It's very hard so I hope I hope I'm wrong.

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Multiple Emmy Award  Winner Valerie Harper Has Passed Away

AP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Multiple Emmy Award Winner Valerie Harper Has Passed Away

"Multiple Emmy winner Valerie Harper who played Rhoda Morgenstern of both the merry Tyler Moore show and her own spin off Rhoda in the nineteen seventies has died A. P.'s Marge's our letter with more Harper said that fans were so happy to see her that they treat her like a relative or a best friend she won four Emmys for playing road on TV in the nineteen seventies in the nineteen eighty she played Valerie Hogan on Valerie later named Valerie's family and the Hogan family when her character was killed off after a salary dispute Harper told the Associated Press in two thousand six Rhoda opened so many doors for her I'm just very grateful

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"Mary Tyler Moore Show" star Valerie Harper dies at 80

WBZ Afternoon News

01:06 min | 2 years ago

"Mary Tyler Moore Show" star Valerie Harper dies at 80

"She was a popular one lone television Valerie Harper she died yesterday at the age of eighty the star and winner of four and these three for her supporting role on the Mary Tyler Moore show and one is the lead actress on her own show Rhoda your CBS's general axle rod most challenging role was also her most inspiring the courageous way Valerie Harper handled cancer first diagnosed ten years ago with lung cancer she announced four years later it had spread to her brain told she had months left she battled six more years instead don't go to the funeral before the day of the funeral providing so many moving lessons in her last chapter to go along with all those where she given us in the years before Barbara was a chorus dancer on Broadway is a team before moving into comedy and improv she is survived by her husband and

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"rhoda" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"rhoda" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Was best known for her role as Rhoda Morgenstern the Mary Tyler Moore show on CBS she turned eighteen last week Jim Axelrod sat Valerie Harper's deals on the screen is that for many of her fans she was our she was I don't know why I am putting in my mouth she just apply it directly to my kids on the Mary Tyler Moore show nothing Rhoda was funny because she was a scale for yeah analyze trying to feeling like a loser but somehow we Broadway and movies like the lab my name is successful starting in nineteen seventy which what is the story for you it was also the most inspired the courageous way our yes years ago this month she announced winners six more years for the day and providing go along with all those given us on her wedding day to jail there you go Valerie Harper it's a well done piece yeah I like that they they have really great.

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 Valerie Harper, TV's Rhoda Morgenstern, has died at age 80

Vegas Never Sleeps

01:19 min | 2 years ago

Valerie Harper, TV's Rhoda Morgenstern, has died at age 80

"A seventies TV legend is gone multiple Emmy winner Valerie Harper has died she got her big break on the Mary Tyler Moore show after winning an Emmy she then got her own spin off my name is Rhoda Morgenstern I was born in the Bronx New York nineteen forty one during an interview she spoke about how she almost turned the spin off down finally the fourth year Mary I said I don't wanna go one she said you want to be my sidekick all your life I do it all come on what if it fails she said if it fails to move back to Minneapolis in the nineteen eighties she played Valerie Hogan on Valerie which was later named Valerie's family and then the Hogan family when her character was killed off after a salary dispute Harper appeared in many TV movies and two of her film appearances chapter two and freebie and the bean got her golden globe nominations she was also nominated for a Tony in the play looked for her performance of Tallulah Bankhead in two thousand nine she was diagnosed with lung cancer and then in two thousand thirteen she announced she had brain cancer Valerie Harper passed away just one week after her eightieth birthday

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"rhoda" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"rhoda" Discussed on WTVN

"Best known for playing Rhoda Morgenstern on the merry Tyler Moore show and its spin off it was a great character I mean I was blessed one of the greatest characters for someone to sink their teeth into Bill Murray Harper won four Emmys and a golden globe for playing Rhoda and in nineteen eighty six return of the sitcom world with the show Valerie later she appeared as a guest on TV shows ranging from desperate housewives to sex and the city and in various theatre productions bill deal ABC news you're listening to ABC news so the radio six ten WTVM Ellison lion Ohio's governor announced to members of the state's medical board were aware of numerous accusations of sexual misconduct against former Ohio State University doctor Richard Strauss Ohio governor's task force finding that back in the nineteen nineties the state's medical board mishandled an investigation into allegations against doctor Richard Strauss the doctor accused of abusing hundreds of young men many of them athletes dating back to the nineteen seventies governor Mike DeWine says board members new sadly there was no action to remove Strauss's medical license and sadly no one notified law enforcement officials Strauss retired in nineteen ninety eight and died by suicide in two thousand five Ribeiro ABC news a former Mount Carmel west Dr accused of causing the death of twenty five patients has now filed a lawsuit of it down against the hospital doctor William fusil suit alleges that Mount Carmel should pay for his defense in the criminal case against him is malpractice insurance provider is currently paying for his defense and several wrongful death lawsuits but it does not cover the criminal charges something that could run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars a lightning strike is being blamed for causing a fire that destroyed any Ohio flea market is a fire marshal's office says lightning hit the one that creek Amish flea market on August twenty first to dozens of vendors lost everything in the blaze parents are being urged to vaccinate their kids for measles before sending them back to school there are six active measles outbreaks in the U. S. a record number of cases the American academy of pediatrics says every measles outbreak has been the result of parents choosing not to vaccinate their children Ford has issued a major recall is recalling more than a half a million trucks and SUVs in North America over a problem with the seats the car maker says the seat backs in certain twenty eighteen through twenty twenty F. one fifty and super duty pickups as well as certain Ford explorer and expedition and Lincoln aviator SUV's may not properly restrained passengers in a crash all have manual or front passenger seat back recliner mechanisms Terry Alden or ABC news owners are urged to get their seats inspected at their local dealer hurricane Dorian is now a category three but it could be a category four hurricane by the time it hits Florida on Monday Ohio task force one has deployed to the state now in response to helping the response of the hurricane eighty five members of the task force based in Kettering including their canines left today and the forty seventh annual Greek festival is underway this weekend at the Greek orthodox cathedral in the short north I'm Alison Wyant.

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Actress Valerie Harper dies at 80

The Conservative Circus

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Actress Valerie Harper dies at 80

"Hollywood is mourning the death of actress Valerie Harper the Mary Tyler Moore show and wrote a star's family announce Harper passed away this morning she is best known for her Emmy winning role as Rhoda Morgenstern of the seventies television series the Mary Tyler Moore show and its spin off

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Why Werner Herzog loves cat videos

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

14:06 min | 2 years ago

Why Werner Herzog loves cat videos

"Today on studio. Three sixty what energizes the legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog sometimes when I don't know how to order my thoughts, I switched on crazy cat videos and immediately. I'm rejuvenated. We talk a lot about cat videos, the art of narration and his latest movie meeting. Gorbachev. Plus from the first time you heard this song, it was just absolutely mind. Melting. The story behind when doves cry, which prints released prepare to feel old thirty five years ago this week. This is what it sounds like the head on studio. Three sixty right after this. This is scheduled for sixty I'm currently at I'm sitting on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial this first level of guard this Thomas Jefferson's vegetable, I'd like to have the roasted chicken very well done, editing is all about timing. I tried to get a little bit away from the actual subject must get sick of your place, right? Three, sixty with good Anderson. Werner Herzog has made more than sixty movies. They're often about man versus extreme forces, the Amazon jungle in FitzGerald. Oh, active volcanoes in the documentary into the inferno. His latest film meeting, Gorbachev also fits into that frame. It's the story of Mikhail. Gorbachev versus a crumbling political and economic system. Food consensus, Kevin over a six month period last year and the year before Hertzog went to Moscow and interview the very last president of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Sekkei bitch. I'm sermon. And the first term and that you probably met wanted to kill you. Hertzog and a co director Andre singer, combined interviews with lots of archival footage to tell the story of the one Soviet leader almost everybody in America, and the west light even adored, and the film is all held together by Herzog signature narration here. His home village is it looks today. It is hard to imagine that from such a godforsaken place in the middle of nowhere, one of the greatest leaders of the twentieth century emerged. And when Hertzog is here with me now to talk about meeting Gorbachev, sir. Welcome back to studio. Three six eight thank you. Thank you for having me. So you feel three long conversations with Gorbachev. How did you prepare for those mostly reading I did a lot of homework? I read compensates memoirs Rhoda most excellent biography by William helpmann. Otherwise, I arrived without pain, my hands. I didn't have a catalog of Chris that would rectal down. It was just a conversation from men to men carried on by curiosity. Wave. I was gonna lead me or us. Was unknown the film talks about how Gorbachev is beloved and considered a hero by many Germans, and obviously being a German, a west German at the time, you must have paid keen attention to the Soviet Union at that moment. Sure. And among other things when Germans reunification were somehow abandoned, give him up the real real big thing, about reunification, these it came without bloodshed. It came without violence. Gorbachev allowed peacefully his predecessors would send tanks in and, and suppress the liberation movements of countries like Hungary Poland is terminal. You just name, it chuckle Slovakia, take a Slovak, yo cyst that was attitude of the Soviet Ryan and Gorbachev completely different in his approach and is in west Germany had been separate countries. For essentially your entire life. It just must have seend being a forty odd year old man, having never known anything else impossible that this was never going to happen. Yes, I personally believed I would not see during my lifetime something of that magnitude would take much more time history would be slow, but I was surprised. And when the wall came down in Idi nine and reunification happens, as you say, in the film. So quickly crazily quickly. What was your feeling when I heard about the wall coming down? I was in the southern tip of South America, a mountain, and with five days delay through shortwave radio hurt that the won't had come down, and it's this kind of joy in the shadow of elation, his never left me, I was pleased, given the seriousness of the subject by the touches of humor in this film, like. When they're cutting down ceremonially cutting down the barbed wire between Austria, Hungary, and spend a long time showing this bit of the Austrian nightly news that night I'm going to play that clip. Busy plea for the entire world. I n curtain started to be lifted. However, Austrian evening news was curious about the magnitude of the event retail two minutes. I didn't really metric their lead story was about slugs. It's very funny because they advise you to fill up old with beer in slugs, as lovers of beer would crawl it get drunk and you could harvest them in the morning, then on the miscellaneous much later. So the anchorwoman comes to mention that I am curtain. Being lifted. So it points to that sometimes news completely clueless. In other news, the Cold War is over. Yes. Yes. Do you feel as though humor is, is central to your sensibility, as a filmmaker as a creator, I think this human almost all of my films, and I've been labelled as grim teutonic sort of God knows warrior who, who is determined to risk his life in all all this, all this kind of nonsense. So what you spot it is. There's a lot of human gover of, of course, a lot of human other films. I wanna talk more about your narration, and how you do it. Do you begin with some rough draft? Or do you make the film? I know I the Nori I write the take spontaneously during editing and I know here heft to explain something and I write it down. On incessantly and in the editing room. I have very professional microphone, and I speak the commentaries. Right, then and there while I'm proceeding and sometimes I notice the texts overlaps into the next scene. It's three seconds too long. So I would delete one or two words and rephrase it a little bit in speak again and it would fit. That's amazing. So literally, as you are cutting scenes together, you're coming up with the necessary narration, and recording simultaneous. Yes. Exactly. Is that what I do that extrordinary? Well, I realize it audiences like the way I narrate in not, it's not only my voice. It is a text the context that I create the observation said, I make. So I'm writing the commentaries, and I'm speaking them and ended makes a lot of sense and gives a coherence to films that they would otherwise not. What have? And in his someone there, directing you. You know, saying, hey Werner, let's let's do another take that. No with exception of the editor. He is the only one who would tell me the phrase, doesn't sound right? The grammar is a little bit crooked. Why don't you change? So earth of words, his says to me pronounciation of the word should be different in, in English. So I, I do have helped India seek advice. That's amazing. And also, I'm I'm struck by how demystifying you are of the process. There is nothing. Mysterious about filmmaking. It's just professional work period. Here is a great example of that work from your film, grizzly, man. One of my favorites. This is some of the last football shot by the subject, Timothy Treadwell, a grizzly bear enthusiast. It's a close up of one of his bears, and what haunts me is that in. All the faces of all the bears that trade will ever filmed, I discover no kinship now understanding no mercy. I see only the overwhelming indifference of nature. To me, there's no such thing as a secret world of the bears. And displaying stare speaks only of a half board interest in food, but for Timothy Treadwell despair was a friend, a savior. In a way in that makes film, different and unique I Esa filmmaker heaven ongoing argument with treadmill. Sometimes trade will say something very new agey into how fluffy these Baz I in to hug them, and you have to sing to them and, and here on of sudden night. Chime in say here. I differ with Treadwell in my opinion, wild nature is different. It's chaotic and in dangerous and murderous, not fluffy, like involved, his knee movies. So I just have an argument with him. You didn't always narrate your films, in fact, in your early films. There are other people doing their rations. I believe it was, the, the great ecstasy of would cover Steiner in the seventies that was your first first one. Here's a bit of that finished Pessoa Costa sheaf league in his. Emas. He even so what, what made you decide to start doing that? Forty five years ago. I didn't. Yes, I didn't decide it, it was the signature of TV series all the other films have filmmaker appear in the film and giving the chronically, so right? Not only my voice, head to be in a head to be physically onscreen, as well. I hated the beginning. And, and then I thought when the film was finished I should do at least voice myself I felt uncomfortable but I hit the feeling afterwards, that was something good about it. Steiner's Esther training spoon. Sponsored Fatu got. Wow, your voice was so much higher. You know how Americans feel now about Werner Herzog narrations do Germans here. You're germination think nothing special about that. No. Since I speak own mother tongue. It doesn't really stick out like a sore thumb and insurance, of course. Yes. You'll sense that my first language was Bavarian dialect. It's like let's say Texan, drawl, ereck ignites must come from Texas while he must come from Bavaria, right? The earliest one documentary of yours that I can find that you narrated in English was herdsmen of the sun, which is about a nomadic tribe in the Sahara. This is a clip in the Republic of new Shia. The voter behalf gathered for the annual celebration of care covari towards the end of the rainy season in the month of September tribal meetings are held all over the half desert. Now we hear that we go. Of course, Werner Herzog. That's what he does. But when you first started narrating thirty years ago, was there any pushback from US distributors country Lee say so that was very quick. Aknowledge -ment that audiences feel comfortable and they like the way I make things clear. He really understand what I'm saying. Although I speak with the Nexen with a heavy ex and not as heavy as, for example Kissinger, but that's true. That's true to audiences responded favorably. And that's always a good sign. Your voice is part of the attraction ES, India can tell that it's very easy to make satires and to imitate my voice, you see the internet is full of imposed us. Do you know there's a? Actor and writer Paul Tompkins who has done one. Do you know it, let me play a bit for you and see what you think this is him doing the character on Andy dailies podcast? Okay, if you don't mind I've just uploaded this review to yelp. This is the trader Joe's on hype urine.

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"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Styled, all, plus tab application, which they actually added to the system and windows vista as what was I called three d flip flip three day? You know with the I find toolbar and and era where the Internet Explorer didn't have built in find right in the tumor open command window, here, which be absolutely still have. It's now power shell by default power toy calc, which is a graph in calculator literally, adding it to windows. Ten today et cetera et cetera. And if you kind of go down the list, like it's, it's actually kind of interesting, like how many of these made it into windows. And so who knows maybe you could write the next grade windows, utility, if it's good enough, maybe Microsoft to windows. Yeah. The other one is, you know, we were talking about sets being quietly killed off and. Know it's exploding set so that they can be more fruitful elsewhere or whatever. So, obviously Microsoft is adding tabbed capabilities to the new terminal app. But if you want something that was exactly like sets, and you want it and windows today, you can get a groupie one point two from stock, and it is I don't know if it's still unsealed when I wrote about this was on sale, and they look at it now it's normally ten dollars. It is to. Let me see it's still on sale. It's only five dollars. So if you want operating system tabs on every window, and you can mix and match apps, you know, just like Microsoft promised to do, but it's actually hair and it works, you can get, you can get groupie. Well, good on you. Microsoft. Thank you, for making third party application space. More vibrant. I guess we're making lemonade out of everything now. Yeah. It's all good. All right. So Mary Jo Foley, I think it's up to you to give us the enterprise pick of the week. The enterprise pick is for anyone who would like to see what we journalists city ahead of a big show, like build, Microsoft, took the sixty five page book of news, that they gave to us under NDA, and they put it out there for the public. So if you go to aka dot MS slash build.

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"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"If you wished to take that survey about how you lose collaborative software, where we won't tie your answers to any, you know, to you, or to anything, it's all just. In Agra ill, or will we now what good would that do us none, if it's funny because? Because of Facebook and Google advertisers. Have this expectation while know everything there is to know about your audience? Right. And we say, no, but I can put a tracking pixel on your website, right? No. And we still get advertisers. So it just shows you people, our advertisers, classy, classy, bunch that really know just because you're geeks, and listen to windows weekly, that you probably interested in something like I don't know what Sabi hot cloud storage. The world is moving to the cloud. I don't have to tell you that according to the Gartner Group by twenty twenty five in the next six years, eighty percent of enterprises eight zero will have shut down their data centers. That's eighty percent versus ten percent today. Basically everything's moving to the cloud massive migration because why. Well, cost-savings operational efficiencies. It's a new way the scale your business, you don't have to buy other hard-drive. You've got them. They're up there. There's it's an infinite in effect. The infinite resource, you can expand into. And I would submit one more thing if you use the right hot cloud storage. It's even more secure than your on premises storage. Now tell you what I mean in a second being able to efficiently and affordably store. All that data moving to the cloud, an estimated one hundred sixty three Seta bites by twenty twenty five. Go ahead. And you can I'll give you a moment to look upset by Wikipedia being able to efficiently and affordably store that data in the cloud is important. This is what businesses want is how they're going to innovate. It's how you're going to get an edge. There, of course, lots of concerns, and I think security is a big one. I hear all the time cost is another one. That's why was Sabi is. So timely with Sabi is was created by Geoff flowers and David friend, you know, those names, probably because they were at carbonite, it was a carbonite that they invented and patented a method for writing data on desks, this sequentially instead of as you're doing it right now on your computer in blocks that meant that the disagrees and rights were kind of quantitatively, more efficient, and less expensive, eighty percent less expensive and up to six times faster and still more reliable was Sabi is enterprise cloud storage. It uses his technique to save you eighty percent to give you six hundred percent speed increase and eleven nine of durability..

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"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"That will expand to other markets up to you. Don't go play and elsewhere. So I think this is a big deal. And it was kind of a surprise wasn't it? I felt like people thought it wasn't going to happen. This. And I'm actually surprised even took it on. Yeah. You know, frankly, but I'm, I'm glad they did. I as a consumer. I've always been bothered by this kind of thing. And if you use, you know the kindle app like I do on an ipad or if used the audible app you cannot, in those apps, visit the store really frustrate. Yeah. It's not. That's the point. It's not a good user experience. This is users not merely not merely the developer. But the users as well, that's great. You know this, there's no justification for it. It's crazy. Well, Apple's will be, but it's more secure. This. It's more lucrative. I think for them is what we kind of had this conversation on MAC break weekly. And Jim dalrymple of loop inside who is in an apple journalists said, no, but it is more secure. Wait, that's you know, we celebrate that benefit to, and I wished the story had come out then. Today. It turns out, you know, you probably read about it does. Yes. Rayleigh company that makes hacking tools and, and says, but we only sell them to governments in law enforcement. Apparently this hacking tool had been used to hack. What's app if you're still using what? Does Iran have a government also does North Korea because almost certainly by the way, Saudi Arabia, or but anyway. And it was this hacking tool. All it requires is that the bad guy make a phone call to your what's app? Phone number. You don't have to pick up. You don't even have to be there. It will. Apple security in the store help that didn't stop it. And in fact, hindered it? And this is the article. I just read today. It's very interesting that it's that the locked down nature of the iphone keeps security researchers from discovering these hacks. Yup. And unless you jailbreak in phone, it's very difficult to determine whether it's been hacked. So the story that apple tells onstage Leon. That's so different. So in a way by being so locked down. Here's the problem. The people just accept this kind of nonsense. You know, it's more secure is it. Apparently not. So the activists who have, you know, what's app on an iphone may well, be hacked, and have no way. Oh, those guys using iphones, yet, because it's more secure. No. They a lot of people, you know, Snowden and others. They won't use Android devices. Right. And that's I think maybe they were going to have to rethink that because I had this whole thing is collapsing on apple skin really is about is that it's not about security. No, it's. No. Of course it's about locking. It's this is their advantage in their platform. That's all it is. And it's frustrating. Recently frustrated by it because, you know, I pick up my iphone now and I got this thing is antiquated. Compare this to a galaxy. S ten. It's a it's a it's an antique. Yeah. You know in Russia. Your iphone calls you. It's crazy. All right enough. I'm sorry enough, apple bashing some of this, like I can just sit here and like listen to this all day. Literally eating. Finally, everyone is agreed with me. Well, okay. But I have to say on the other hand..

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"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"For your turn the world on with a smile. Yup. Porter q. Lou grant was loss. Yeah. Get a bottle whisky in the drawer, xactly like the old school journalists like an IB or Rhoda. I have a bottle of whiskey in the talking about see. All right. Be your road. Oh. I think that was that show Sagan. Yeah. Ed Ed Ed Asner was grant. He's, he's berry. You got spunk. I hate spunk. Actually, I would probably Ted. Joe sadly, I am here. Ted baxter. I wanna be your road. I gotta write that down. Definitely the show title. Definitely. So we kinda started talking about apples loss in the supreme court this week now. Yeah, it just to be clear. It really comes down to the nineteen seventy seven Illinois brick ruling. Yeah. Right. By the way to be clear or to be fair, that is an incredibly recent ruling when you compare it to other like antitrust related precedence. You know, the Sherman act and so forth. This being the theory is, and I think it's a good theory. He don't wanna put a company in double jeopardy. You don't want them to be sued from two different directions. So this is the fear is that apple would be sued boasts by consumers and by developers. You don't let me deserve to be. Maybe they do. I mean everybody as the app stores monopoly. I mean that's obvious. I'm Mary Jo about this before the show and I forgotten. So I'll just ask now I, I seem to recall a legal case, and I thought it was Microsoft, but maybe it was a different company. But But what what it? it boiled down to. Yeah. No, no, no. It was it was Microsoft because I just remember to what Wes Microsoft doesn't sell windows to users PC makers sell windows, with their PC's to users. So if you have a problem with windows, and you got it on a new PC. You couldn't sue, Microsoft you had to go after the PC maker. Right. And you had to go for the support as well. I mean, in the more practice, but that's the basic theory here. Right. Except for one thing, you, you're buying an apple device using an apple store. That apple created an apple demands is the only way you can get apps, and that's the reason why I think you should be able to sue apple for an app that you got in the store and have wreck cavenaugh grease with you. Paul. Him and I right on the edge with everything page. So it was a five. He likes beer. Paul, legs here cavenaugh did write the opinion. The, the, the point is that consumers do have standing now that just means that the class action lawsuit can go ahead. It doesn't suit is resolved. And, and as many appointed out apple will have some tweaks could make to the store to try to avoid liability one of which that's why I brought it up during the progressive web app. One would be, of course, to cut their thirty percent down to zero for certain circumstances. But I think the better thing would be well, let's eliminate the monopoly and make sure that we support progressive web apps because then anybody can put an app on on an iphone without Apple's involvement. That's a sensually, what Microsoft is doing right across the stack. Yep. The idea is that the story will not be the only way Get out. it. And the whole thing goes away. You'll see apple doing that. I could see them reducing the commission as the supreme court called it the vague is, I would call it. The onerous part of the apple thing to me is look apple didn't invent app stores. They did create a thing where they have a thirty percent up to a thirty percent fee on in store and they have the unique lockdown in the app store. No one else says you.

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"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"They really need to work on inter user, input. The by the keyboard is really the big problem, right? Yeah. You can't make that much smaller. Yeah. I think that's why there's a speech work. Right. Right. But really seem to think speech could be a true form and not just a one off. It's not there. Only people who think that have never tried it because. Even as transcription stuff, you know, I think I mentioned this before, I've al- I always thought my future, as a writer, would be me. Speaking to the computer, like I was Star Trek. Yeah. No. And it's really kind of tedious and inefficient. Tedious. That's part of the problem is nobody wants to do it. Yeah, you couldn't do it. Maybe it sounds like it would be great until you do it. Yeah. Incidentally, lawn dog took his life into his hands and plugged, his ex p computer Intel our work. And windows. Update doesn't really do anything on X, P goes to checking updates and just sits there. It's been checking Tate's for ten minutes. Now, looking it's lonely. It says it's like this, your server out there. Talk to me today, download the update you know, well now in London that's as long as you're online, you might as well. Download that update install it. So you go, I think as I remember you're looking at windows updates in the left, there's like network updates or something like that catalog. Maybe that's where it is windows. Update catalog. You think of that's where it is. Yeah. It is you click that button and you'll go to the catalog. And then you can search for it find it you have to download it like a like a savage like any old remember the windows Cadillac correctly. They haven't updated that thing since two thousand. A nice old fashioned, look anyway. Classic classic. Exactly. So it's me is update. You look someone visit. Right. It's like the robot portal or. Clip? He will come out clip. He'll. Are you looking for it looks like you're looking for windows? The worst part of the little search dog thing over guy. Search Rover say no I don't want this thing anymore. And then you had there and watch an animation will. I'll sad. I'm not shooting old yellow hair. I just want. Oh, god. This rife with this kind of stuff as long as we're on Lenovo. There's a new line of think books. I what now I'm a think pad fan. I love who think pads I buy pads. It's the what's book. I can't answer that. But. Understand it. You know, ThinkPad itself, you know, Leno has different PC lines. Right. I think Pat and just Lenovo products for six thirty, which is really good. And. Yup. But within the headline, they have well various product lines inside of that. And they've, they've had versions for small and medium sized businesses. But now they're going to a new brand for them. And it's called think book. Built for business but designed for you. Yeah, if I understand it you point of this is that they're gray. I don't. That's it. I don't love this who says work is in fun. That's one of their tag lines. Yeah. Yeah. So I, I don't know. I I've not seen one yet. I mean, obviously, it has what I would call a Lobos style keyboard, which is great thirteen and fourteen inch aluminum ultra book. Yeah. Yeah. It is. It's exactly right. Yeah. Think so they just using book 'cause MAC book, is that why it's nothing to do with books. I have to say it looks a lot like a MAC book. I think there is an opportunity for Apple's just fumbled this laptop thing so badly. Yeah. We heard you wanted to a MAC book with an ice, keyboard. Yeah. Right. We call it the book it's a think think different book, it's just think. Seven twenty nine starting point. Just like a MAC. Yeah. There it's not the size. The best will it's a ten eighty p display. It's thirteen inches. They call it a narrow vessel f HD display with Dobie vision. Harming narrow business. And that's that's nice. This is a pretty wide vessel at the bottom. That's what happens when you have a sixteen by nine screen..

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"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"So this is a folding computer from one of. Wow. Wow. This won't come. Oh, no. No. Of course not. I think they announced it to be I. Yeah. Cut like sampling. But still Microsoft Andromeda is dead, still dead. Yes, it is. But Microsoft sun Taurus, which is a dual, it's a foldable PC. I know we think that's still is something, they're contemplating releasing. But, you know, my question on this again, just like Andromeda, what why like what does this get you the can't do something like say Currier? Right. Say you have a dual screen foldable instead of just to a book with Tuesday. Well, actually, thanks makes a little bit of sense in the same sense that the galaxy folding folding funds can make sense, which is that you can use it like a single screen device when you can open it up and get a bigger screen, so it's well, it's open. You technically you're getting double, the screen real estate, potentially in device. It's a normal size laptop. Yeah. It's a thirteen inch screen when it's open. Right. And it's pretty. I mean so if you have a dual screen laptop that just folds with a hinge, right? And if Microsoft does something why in the middle. But. Chief fold in that. I don't think we're really there yet. Yeah. Right. Yeah. No, you're right. I but I feel like the, the markets like clearly heading in this direction and someone's eventually Lenovo has experimented with things a little bit like this. Right. Like the little yoga device that they had that had like a it was an with was e- anchor some kind of, you know, the keyboard wasn't real. It was kind of a virtual. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think it was. EMC. Yep. I think it's just, you know, that's a sign of a, a vital industry where they're, they're, they're trying. Up against the wall. Well, yeah. And, and this clearly speaks to the part of the market that is making money for these companies. Right. The premium part of the PC market, you know, we'll see HP announced a dual screen gaming laptop, which isn't what it sounds like right? So there's a smaller six inch screen above the keyboard, on the keyboard deck. And the theory there is that you might use that to, you know what it's a stream and, and, and handle that kind of stuff while you're playing the game on the big screen or using it to watch YouTube videos about how you get past a, a hard part of the game or whatever, you know, I was it. No, it must have been Google. Now, Google for their stadia service was talking about, I think having a dedicated button on the controller that would go to YouTube or whatever the idea being that a lot of us do that. You play a game you know. Like I can't get passes part. I have to Google it, you know, you can do it all in the same device. And it's like, okay, I mean EV. A phone or write a sunscreen. I don't it's not really that big of a deal. Everyone's looking for a gimmick, that is going to why you would still buy a laptop, or a PC, that's even more dramatic in the phone segment because they're. Excellence. But because of phone is a purely multi touch device makes being able to put something in your pocket. Yeah, it's a phone. Yeah. And if you're doing like navigation or, or you're in your hotel, and watching a movie or playing or whatever and you and you can unfold it and have that bigger display, there's some advantage to that. I it's not. It's not a must have every single person it, but it's also not a complete gimmick. I mean, it's it seems useful. That could be a, a device that truly eliminates the need to have two devices for many people. That's that I would not normally watch a movie on my phone. If I'm planning doing the innovation in the wrong area..

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"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Enveloppe a bunch of existing texts like one thirty two AP and is there some of those in UW P and those aren't going away, you know win. RT's not going away com. Not going away. Those are all still alive. He's right. Those are really good decisions on the tagging. Like it. When you is being decoupled from windows, ten versions, she'll be able to take the most modern version of the, when you I, which is all the controls and everything and put it in an app that will run on any supportive version. Winston not just the most recent version, that's huge. And it doesn't matter which environment you choose to be p when WPF when thirty two even whatever the other thing just to get kind of ASO teric quick, this real quick. Something's a really dead and have no path forward and some are dead, but have pass for it think back to between win thirty two and dot net. There was a terrible thing that we're all kind of forgetting about right now called the Microsoft foundation classes. Right. And this was a set of convoluted and terrible C, plus plus rappers on top of win thirty two. This was going to be the way forward at one point. Right. The idea was that C plus plus an object or any program where the future we're getting Microsoft is going to support this. They came. I'm up with the ugliest pig of a product, you could possibly imagine. They were far better things in this, including by the way, that the BCL part of Berlin Delphi. Throw that light wrote a little book about it. It's just a superior technology anyway. But you know as the world move forward, I would say from dot net on and literally dot net framework, one point, which, you know, by the way, when it first shipped had no support for audio and relied on, you know, you begin to call win thirty two API's to do certain things. I think Microsoft has done a even though they've gone past that were Ron..

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"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"rhoda" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Different teams for each one of those apps different they're different apps, you know and there and sometimes they're updated a little differently. Sometimes Android will have one feature that Iowa's doesn't or vice versa, whatever. And so this gives you that single code base effect. If you can do a PWA and in the case of windows, which has not been a very successful mobile apps platform to settle as the ability to support, Peterborough is very important because it brings absent to the store that never would have come out of the ways, and the two that Microsoft cited to me, were Pinterest and tender, they never would have made store apps for windows ever. But because windows supported PWA. It was just a check box to click an transit worked in it's yeah. You know instantly worked. He didn't play this up more, though. It build every year. I feel like we go into build and we're like, okay this is when they're going to really start talking about PWA's. And even again, this build it was very low key what they said about me. Yes. Oh, by the way, I think you and I and, and maybe windows enthusiasts in general fallback, into a very general pattern of things don't happen the way we expect them to. And then we say, well, just wait for Bill next year. Everything's going to, you know. You know, we all do this. Right. So with PWA in particular, I really thought they had added the support for this, like, low level in the system. I think it was seventeen nine and then formal support through the store in eighteen o three. So it's been a year, and I thought there was going to be an explosion of web apps on windows in two thousand eighteen did you know that didn't happen to my knowledge? I mean the thing is, they're actually not really advertising. What stores are in the I'm sorry. What apps went by Webster in the store. So one of my goals for build this year was to talk to those folks. I talk to Aaron gifts at goof Gustafson. Sorry. And getting listen, my mind. Yeah. Thank you. You know, eighteen months ago, and I wanted to talk those folks men and I did. And you know what they basically told me was that a couple of things. First of all, there's a lot more webbed up in the store that we know about. And they said basically that there are a lot of high profile names that they are not allowed to discuss because those, those. Gap makers those companies services are doing this for some kind of competitive advantage and they don't want their you know, competitors to know what they're doing in some cases. Microsoft is creating a showcase program through their PWA builder app, so that people and companies can promote the apps that they're making as PWA's. And so we'll see that happened this year, and they expect some this year that this will become much more of a public process. Well, this not discussing it, but the biggest thing about PWA's and to me, the most interesting ties into this conversation. We're about to have about UW pe- as well and store ops, and that's that there's been a seismic shift at Microsoft with regards to the app store, which is that, when Microsoft went into windows, eight in particular in windows, ten again, they had this apps store.

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"rhoda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:51 min | 2 years ago

"rhoda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That was Rhoda Mia Zielinski. Meanwhile, incumbent petro Pora shaneco one just over twenty four and quickly conceded defeat and finally in top corporate news careers Yonhap. News says some sun is delaying permission events in Hong Kong and China for its new folding smartphone. Hit a plan to show the Alexey volt in Hong Kong and cheesy and Shanghai on Wednesday. But early test models have come in for criticism in recent days. Everyday JIRA ability Yonhap says the commercial don't you vote be affected and the phone will still make its debut in the US. That's coming up on Friday. No those were top stories. Let's get back to our special Easter program. And now, we just going to take a look at Brexit this hour and many ways it's affecting UK business and the economy has firms continue they preparations UK's biggest port of entry has said it has plans to place for. No deal. Brexit. Joan Holland K, this cove Heathrow spoke exclusively to Bloomberg's Francine lacquer as you K lawmakers continue to search for a compromise that can result in a Brexit deal. And she begun asking how prepared Heathrow is for every eventuality. We've been preparing for a new directive for the last six months. So that's the worst case the weekend. See, and what stockpiling we have some things that we've been stockpiling where we have vital supplies the need to be in the airports. So surprising things like the rubber gloves that people use for pattern, though, imported the swamps that we use for the detection though, there will important. So we've we've been stockpiling things like that. But actually, we have been working with government. In the UK to national day on the sand. The various could be aviation to naturally do something about it. And to give them credit. They have done a good job with aviation. They they understand that aviation is the enabler for any other trade tavern. So there's no point being in the WGN rules, it goods get back Ford, and the people who is the biggest port in the UK. And is important to hear a pin nations as well. So there's now an agreement in place between the UK and the EU the planes will keep on flying even in a no deal direction. Nothing really big step forward. But you need. What vignettes? Do you have any idea of how security for passengers once they arrive in the UK if they're Europeans the other way round will work. So that will remain pretty much as it is today. So no, major changes in the case of a no deal. So the out as we are now people being very pragmatic about about how we made this work. So I think for your journey even in the no deal. Drake's it we'll see very little change to your journey. So you can keep on booking with confidence. You can expect to be able to travel through with these the maybe some additional possible checks and more likely to be on the European and then on the British and the British government is very keen to make sure that the UK remains visit be open for businesses. We leave the U and. We're supporting them to do that insurance tax free. Is that something that you've talked about already or is or is that secondary really a second issue as to whether people will be able to get duty-free shopping again in the UK, we're just focused on making sure that passengers and planes can keep on flying exactly as they do today. And that will be the case when were you give that the assurance that actually nothing really changes. We have been working with the governments foods for five or six months on that. And they signed legal agreements on that a couple of weeks ago. So they've been making good progress on that even if there's a soft Brexit, do you see it impacting passenger numbers? I don't think we will through Hebrews an incredibly robust, the demand massively are ways the these sorts of we have available as one of the reasons why we need to expand. Of course. So even even the global financial crisis passenger numbers fell by one or two percent even in the worst year. So that just shows how much demand there is for the kind of travel. We do connecting Europeans to global markets and vice versa. That's that's the essence of the threats. So we're different to any other apple, but did you see less passenger book kings as the deadline of twenty nine th of March and April twelfth is is looming. Because people actually aren't so certain that it will be a smooth transition we seek no slowdown in. We're continuing to grow. And I think I think for a lot of consumers businesses they just getting on with life. We can't wait until a deadline politicians. And I think the message that you can keep on flying with confidence, regardless of the kind of we have is really helpful because people just getting on with things that was John Holland Kaye. They see oh, Heathrow's speaking to fund seen equa on leaders with lacquer and well being prepared does help in the face of uncertainty. Brexit and its latest delay is weighing on British business. A recent survey from Deloitte says Moore CFO's than ever before. Now expecting a long-term economic slowdown in the UK speaking to Bloomberg's Francine lacquer Naito, loosen CEO of legal in general said he fears four more years of Brexit uncertainty. But he also argued that a lack of investment in the UK's northern Midland's is largely to blame for the referendum. Results and that businesses must now do they part to bridge the divide, and I think it's very sad that that's being allowed to happen. I mean, we're sitting in this wonderful building in London. Which is I think the best thing in the world to live in. But we've neglected the rest of the cities and towns in for the last thirty or forty years and part of our mission as being to actually put money in these places and help them help them grow. And it's the same same in America, so many fly over steps, and so many great cities, but actually many many others that have fallen behind. You really a champion actually have a lot of the generation in the north. When did you realize that that was a necessity what almost holdings country to get that was after the after the crash when I really thought about going back to my training as an economist many years ago, and it was so obvious that London had got ahead of everywhere else and everywhere else have fallen behind and for the UK to really prosper all the great cities of the north. And indeed of the south as well. Need is a lot more. Capital put an into them. And that capital could live extraordinary reserves because there's such a large catch-up potential people have to realize that actually you couldn't just sit here waiting for the month from Whitehall to go north and sexually we see these problems. Here's here's how we can solve them. There's enough problems here for people to solve without having to go to Edinburgh Glasgow on the Newcastle Manchester, but we went on the journey and we've made a difference. Where do you see the biggest problem for the UK? The biggest problem we have a huge infrastructure deficit America's big on. Actually when you got one hundred and fifty billion in how housing one hundred billion in energy hundred billion in France, fault, and massive education deficits, and big regeneration big regenerate and under digital deficit, and that capital is all vailable, but it sitting on the sidelines. What we have to do is become this wasn't sitting on the sidelines. I think because it's new we haven't. Been investing in these towns and cities and doing these big projects for very long periods of time. I mean, America's got some ridic- Gelson Texas's is fantastic. Boston is doing a great job. Lots of cities have been on this journey. And there's a hand from around the world that have been amazing amazingly successful, including in China. The Chinese have an authoritarian solution to actually make this happen in a democracy, which proved very difficult because we've tended to have quite a confrontational political ideology type model, which is which is very hard to get things done. And we want very much to have a collaborative model. So that everybody realizes we have a common goal. How do we all work together to achieve those goals? How much are you doing it infrastructure, and how much are you actually doing also in the smaller houses, right? So it's almost like a flat pack that you can roll out. No, I think the big thing is in infrastructure. We've spent fifteen billion already, and we proved the concept words, it's taken fifteen billion to do that. But actually, it definitely works. We now need to figure out. How do we scale it up and use the fact that we have three thousand two hundred pension funds and some Muslims clients. They want to do the same thing. They've been a lot of money in low yielding assets. How do we move move that many? Into relapse. It's creating real jobs the pin real real and improving wages and develop real skills of people and everybody to see the fruits because that's one of the concerns that I keep hearing that infrastructure is that you put fifty ten billion twenty billion thirty billion. But it also takes a long time to actually see returns don't agree with us. I think that's just everybody creates barriers for not doing things, and it just you create a pipeline we created pipeline really seven or eight years ago after the after the financial crisis. Now, it's huge. A huge pipeline. We have we've had double digit girls EPSN DP and twenty percent. Plus, our we so something says that we're doing something. Right. And it is the fact that we've had this very long term, long term view. And yes, there will be some infrastructure projects the thirty forty fifty years, but we have liabilities are thirty forty fifty years much ING those assets with those liabilities and that results in a great solution for everyone. That was legal and general CEO Nigel Lawson speaking exclusively to Bloomberg's fencing lacquer on leaders with lacquer now, there's plenty for investors to watch this east shortened trading week had done by US quotes data. I though is a tesla investor date that's happening later today on Tuesday. We'll have the latest reading of euro area consumer confidence on Wednesday. They're bigger Knicks from casper and Credit Suisse among others. We get the latest video Jay rate decision on Thursday along with Facebook and Amazon earnings and on finding the first quarter GDP along with PI data as well. Now still ahead on by daybreak Europe. Consumer demand is focusing in the UK. And so I think British comic at Aston Martin Mukunda is setting its sights on the Middle East with the launch of several new high end models more coming on that next. This is bag and I'll just quickly. Give you a roundup of some of the markets stocks in Asia fluctuated on Monday as the Easter holiday weekend continued in many countries. Crude oil push tire on a report that Iran Oil waivers shares one between gains and losses.

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Lebanon, Syria And Professor discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

Lebanon, Syria And Professor discussed on World News Analysis

"For rejecting his proposals to end the longest government shutdown in the US history. An extreme winter storm hit a Canada's eastern and central region hearing them passing weekend for any code Wayne's as much as fifty centimeters of snow. Thank you. Now. That's headline survey for today. Arab leaders have agreed at twenty nine nine to economic agenda. In addition to encouraging the safe return of Syrian refugees to their homeland at the conclusion of the Arab acne. Comic and social development summit the twenty countries. Taking part in the summit issued a joint statement caught the Barut declaration on Sunday calling for the stablishment if an Arab free trade zone and the international community to support countries hosting refugees and displaced people in the opening speech, Lebanon, president Michelle Alan caught for encouraging the safe return of displaced Syrians saying that the process should not be linked to a political solution in Warrenton country for more on both. We're now joined on the line by Greg Barton, professor of Globo snobby politics addiction university, a professor, and what do you make of was coming out of the summit? The sentiment is understandable, and Admiral, but the substance is still a long way short of what was intimate expressing the Middle East of in terrible trouble there Rhoda spicy challenges. And once like understanding committee leaders trying to put the best buy something for the realities of these accent? Well, Lebanon says this is the very first time that Arab countries have reached consensus are encouraging Syrian refugees to return to their country. But the United Nations says the conditions are not yet ready for their safe return. So what is your take on this issue? In this really hard to argue what the actual staying objectively their reasons to be very concerned about big Postbank to Syria. There may be some Syria if proper checks and balances in place where refugees could return, but for those checks and balances to work in practice than the government Damascus needs to be held to account saying that Nichols. Despite.

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Huawei Mate 20 Pro throws in the kitchen sink (The 3:59, Ep. 474)

The 3:59

04:29 min | 3 years ago

Huawei Mate 20 Pro throws in the kitchen sink (The 3:59, Ep. 474)

"The. Nine hundred Chang and with special guest, Erica. Hello. A week, another flagship, Android, smartphone. It's whoa, is turn availing be may twenty family and these phones seemingly throwing everything, but the kitchen sink. We're talking about three different cameras. The bag one with three x, optical zoom, a fingerprint reader in the display and get this weird ability to wirelessly charge other devices. So it's not just you don't just charge this on wireless pad itself becomes wireless charging pad for other phones or devices. I don't even know why you'd want that. Yeah. Why wouldn't you want that? But they haven't. That's point. They just have it. Is it for people with two fell more? If you've got headphones or other accessories, you can theoretically charge on top of that phone? I think I don't actually know. It makes no sense to me, but while way through everything of this phone, because that's what filmmakers do now. So, yeah, what's your take is? Is it seem? Is that helpful to have so much stuff in a phone. It's, I think it's great for headlines. I think, wow, Wade is fairly successful. It's actually the second largest smartphone maker in the world now, but it's not in the US why? No one's really heard of it here. There are still a lot of lingering security concerns or issues with while way here in the US wills, a couple of countries like stralia. I think throwing all these felted these bells and whistles definitely gets people interested at least it's, you know, these are like the halo products. These are like the flagship products that get you interested in the brand, and you know it's worked elsewhere around the world in the US. It's still kind of unknown. Are, is this one of the low cost phones are? These knows in his misconception with a lot of Chinese phones, most of them are low cost while we actually makes a line of fairly high in phones. These are actually more on the price side. I don't have exact price with me, but I know there's like a Porsche addition, which is over a grand. So it is definitely more than Hyatt. Okay. So what's which scares and talk about scooters while you're here? I know nothing about the scooter drama SF since I live in New York and I don't care about us that much, but tell me more about what's going on. What's the way schools are back, right? Scooters are back in San Francisco, but they're, you know, this is it's a bit anticlimactic because. Over one hundred cities in the US now. So everyone has now experienced not everyone, but a lot of cities have experienced suits scooter craze. But San Francisco is one of the first cities to get him. They quickly bam them from the streets while they got their permitting process in place, and they rolled back out yesterday. Okay. And there's a bit of drummer because it's not the ritual companies that are back in chef, right? The main scooter companies people hear about our bird and lime and they were both spurned by the city. So the city gave the permits to two companies that are are very few cities right now scoot and skip. Yes. And. Yes, yes. And they are companies that have pretty much always played by the rules in every city they've gone into. They've gotten permission first. So they are doing kind of the anti Silicon Valley mode trying not to break things. Right, right, right. And so what happens with these other countries? They just heard them? Well, no. So also Uber and lift had applied for permits may also got spurned by the city. I think for doing rolling out there ride hailing service, six years ago without permission. So it's a little bit payback or will punishment. And so a lot of these companies are fighting back. Uber and another company filed appeals with the city lift Rhoda a letter to the mayor, begging her to reconsider and lime is actually suing the city saying the city's biased against it. There you go a lot there. We don't have a lot of time enough time to recap the entire drama, but a fall her for all the latest from it false ac- net, everything wall way or school related. Roger Chan I'm Derek base listening.

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Samsung debuts its funky Galaxy Home Bixby-powered speaker

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