20 Burst results for "Ruka"

"ruka" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

08:14 min | 6 months ago

"ruka" Discussed on Code Story

"Which is a long word and very fancy, sometimes marketing speak, but for now let's think of the live debugger as a kind of debugger that you can use in any environment, not just on your laptop as you are writing code, but you can use it in the cloud. You can use it even for Kubernetes or serverless, and you can go as far as using it in production in a safe and secure manner, and that's kind of the magic and the concept behind Google. So ruka got started about 5 years ago just over 5 years ago when me and my cofounder tried to make a huge dance, make a huge difference in how we develop code and how developer tools are built. And what we've seen is that the way you monitor your applications the way we all want our applications is defined when we write them. Everybody is talking about observability and the three pillars of observability, and for the most part you have to define your logs, metrics and spans as you write the application and then every time you change them, you have to essentially write a new version of the application you have to get tested, you have to get any deployed. This can give it an odd because, you know, you've written a logline and now all you want is one more variable to write. Oh, that logline is the wrong repository. And all of the sudden you are deploying an entirely new version of your application. Now whether it's a monolithic application or a microservices application, it's not just there's a lot of risk a lot of work and out of toil that goes into delivering a new version. And the end of the day, sometimes all you really want to do is flip a single beat in the application memory to get that piece of information you need. We've kind of taken our cyber X cybersecurity mindsets, kirsty, approach to life and programming, and kind of said, we can do it differently, we can build a tool you can build a platform that will allow you to change a running application. So that you could instantly get new logs new metrics you spend, you can even get full snapshots of the entire application state with a click of a button and without having to go through the studio cycle of a rebuilding and redeploying. Tell me about the MVP so that first product you built, how long did it take you to build and what sort of tools did you use to bring it to life? I still remember that MVP was my cofounder and me in garage mode, just the two of us is in his living room. We spent summer between two and three months building that MVP. And we actually pretty much built everything from the ground up in python. We were filming knowledgeable with python in fact, a good way to start. To be honest, we've deleted about 80% of that code base at this point in the company's life and actually fairly little today is still written in python, but back then it was good enough for us. So we started by writing an SDK for python and python package that we dig into the interpreter, use various blackmagic native extensions, unknown APIs, and kind of figure out how can we make that concept I've just showed you a reality. Something that can go into the interpreter and get a snapshot get a state of every little piece of code as it running. Back then it was an MVP it was just the two of us, so we actually focused a lot on the code sharing. So a lot of the code further SDK was also used for the server side components that managed it and provided the back end for the orchestration and the span of the UI, which we've written up with the JavaScript react web based now that frontend component is pretty much one of the biggest pieces that are still remaining. Now obviously we've made tons of changes and tons of optimizations and various stuff, but still at the core of it, there is tons of similarity between that original react JS MVP and how to currently have today is the core UI for the platform. With any MVP, you've got to make certain decisions and tradeoffs about what you're going to start with, what you're not going to build, what debt you're going to take on technically. Tell me about some of those decisions and tradeoffs you had to make and how you coped with those decisions. I remember early on, we were wondering a lot about the protocols, how is that SDK that has to be deployed everywhere, is going to be communicating with the back end that has to be managing it. Now there are tons of restrictions that you have to think about in tons of considerations, some of them we didn't think of well ahead of time. It can be about how do you embed that code in somebody else's application after all it's an SDK, so you have limited control of the environment, how do you encode how do you know how much data is going to end up running on those protocols? How fast are they going to be what's the latency? We've made some good choices we've made some bad choices. For instance, we've opted in for using GRPC. Back then, GRPC was not only less popular than it was today, but it also brought to light a few challenges. Some of them had to do with termination of GRPC at the edge, which is easier to do today, but back then it was a real problem. And second, an even more importantly is that a GRPC uses native extensions for certain runtimes such as a python node. Now those native extensions create a lot of overhead, which is not that bad if you are running your own application in your own container on your own OS, but if you have to build an SDK that is to run every arbitrary U.S., just do various package and requirements, you'll often find that those native extensions are headache because it's kind of breaking the obstruction. So instead of just installing your application and getting it up and running, they have to worry about am I using an operating system that's going to have those native extensions available or I'm going to have to re-compile the native extensions, what happens with cross compiling, what happens if I'm building my python application windows and then I'm running it on AWS serverless lambda. All of the sudden these things can get messy. That was actually a kind of a decision that was decent for the MVP, but later on we had to spend a lot of time and effort. Migrating holidays to carries, and then having all the customers upgrade, now other dilemmas we've been facing with were, again, around the protocol, how do you manage control of the process? Here we've opted for JSON, a combination of JSON and protobuf. Early on review thrift, it was pretty popular in 2017, so we've opted for thrifted a certain point and then we had to remove that because we figured out it wasn't doing us in favors. I think those are the kind of decisions in an MVP wide that are more complex and have longer term implications because if you are looking at other decisions of the more local that have only one component, then those decisions are much easier to change later on. Let's say I've mentioned that we aren't using a python as much as we used to. We've actually rewritten about 70% of that code base into go and a bit of node. But as we did, each of that one component at a time, it actually wasn't such a big deal. 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"ruka" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

Blindfold Chess

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"ruka" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

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"ruka" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"ruka" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"Are. They just are the very everything because they are. We've chop them up into little pieces. Dissect them anyway some of the stuff that he was saying they have very cool ways of doing this very very cool very calm not gonna tell you how cool but there. Yeah they are. We'll have told me. Oh dave told me who are they. I'm going to tell you who they are. It's just they are people people and they're very very they're very bright people very bright bright bright people anyway. Obviously we've had we making any sensory okay so anyway but like there was one point where he was talking about They make these grays out of actual skin but the robots inside There's going to be a fake alien war. I don't know. I mean but on the other things that they were saying and i'm like That i actually kinda no. That's true. Were but i mean you would think i'm crazy but that's because you don't talk to dead people like or i wish you could see balkan lar- face tune into alien network no you beep beep and from the galaxy maka ruka baba's to go see my arena anyway. Go watch those yourselves you guys. Hey hey hey no. I challenge philip. Toco watch those all three of them and give a review and then you let us know. Yes philip i cho- cheer. Hey it's film. It's film their movies among keeps trying to talk and i won't let her keep talking and she was to try and say no. I don't think that it's film objective. Philip philip technically it is film okay. Here's a way of telling. A story drives me crazy. Because i can't stand when people like if somebody says something. I just got goosebumps. I just got goosebumps. I just got goosebumps and they play it over and over in an echo. The o'malley fuck andrey good. Because i was i. It's like filler. Okay so i'm mike in my kitchen and i'm doing something can't remember making my lunch or something and all of a sudden like what is with these fuck neko's why is he doing that. Shit that's annoying. yeah is he just. It's like am. He shared us like showing himself a lot right on camera. So you're right. He does like himself a lot. But that's what i mean. It's like he took this guy from australia. Who wasn't originally like that and then was like dude. Do you wanna see how to really make some money doing this. Let me show you this. What we're gonna do or several. Actually that's about the. That's what i think you in three. Yeah right right right right. Because he did he was like. Oh my god okay. So they're like showing up at my. Okay they're chasing me. I was shut out and we really don't talk about that now. Okay okay well so yeah into. We did start talking about the fact that like after this guy shows up and gives them the this packet of set up. All of the sudden strange shit starts happening to them and shoot guy. Show up his house at destroying guys. Yes at craig's house and they have like a weird ask creepy smile on their face. The whole and their bay..

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"ruka" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

Blindfold Chess

09:59 min | 1 year ago

"ruka" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

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"ruka" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"ruka" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"It is detail from the tomb of mirror. Ruka at Kara in the so. This would have been the sixth dynasty of egypt. Roughly twenty three hundred twenty two fifty bc. And what you see is sort of a line of figures depicted in that profile style And they're doing they're they're holding up objects At each other. And i think this may be showing a sequence of the same figures interacting across time but one of the objects. They're holding up. It looks like well. What is that is that a ping pong paddle no. It's probably a mirror. Yeah yeah. I can definitely see it. I mean they're they're holding it up to their faces as if looking at their own reflection and way way back into history It's clear that mirrors contain not just their practical functions their use in cosmetics and stuff but also their religious significance ee notes that is extremely common across all of these cultures for mirrors to be associated with some kind of supernatural power to be associated with the gods or to have some kind of Use in divination or or association with the sole he writes quote. They served as symbols of the sun or moon and may have been carried on tops of standards. A one-sided flattened disk symbolized a setting a rising sun mirrors were sometimes used to symbolize the inner self. They also provided away to look back. This is all especially interesting. Considering the ancient egyptians who of course were very solar oriented culture so anything that reflects sunlight is going to potentially have some real value. I think we've discussing the show before about the. You know the idea that the the great pyramids were once Covered in a more reflective surface. So that they would have. They would wouldn't have been like a mirror but they would have definitely reflected the brilliance of the sun during the day. Yeah it would have been amazing to be alive at a time when you could have seen that yeah But hey so there's another thing. I came across wall While reading up for the episode. That i really wanted to do a digression on That has less to do with the technology of a mirror. But i think actually does tie into maybe a lot of these These religious uses of mirrors that we see throughout the ages and this is ineffective mirrors that has come to be known as the strange face in the mirror effect. And this this is great. Because it's it's we can certainly take all this and apply it to the mir that surround us today but then if we're talking about these various older variations of the mir That are maybe smokier darker Smaller allows even more room for ambiguity. Yeah so while back. I did an episode of the artifact that i called the psychedelic blindfold. And i don't know if you ever get a chance to listen to this rob but it was one that i've been thinking about a lot ever since and in in fact it though..

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"ruka" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"ruka" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Seven nine points per possession on spot-ups twenty eight percent on unguarded catch and shoot looks. Shot selection is rough. I think it's a case of this guy. Is i mean. Physically like an donnas i mean. He's he's enormous he kinda. I stood next to him at a time. And i mean he's as big and bulky as like. Oh john obi like he's a guy that could absolutely play like four and was it just like summer. You i b l i mean you you can get you can kind of get an eyeball for some of these tasting menu. A prefixed somewhere. No it wasn't like opening like an opening or anything like that. Yeah it was a topic thing. Show top eastside hostility but also envy bagel pop-ups ups and as i can feel in his voice. He's kind of wish. Silverlake consumed in mass amounts in my life course so bagels. Yes locks bagel this morning. And i thought he was because i even know that about your following you on instagram. You like lox bagels. Aren't any anyway. So yeah i mean he just his his weaknesses were just kind of glaring in the g. league but he's a long term play. I was like he could go anywhere from like a great version of jeff green too i was joking with with. Kfc just to see what he would say. I was like you could be like a rich man's alpha ruka meaning like this guy could go a lot of different ways but he physically is really talented. It's just a long term play. It kind of makes me wonder. Yeah like if they're gonna may maybe make a move. Maybe even with toronto so you can see in the green room chat. There's a little bit of a split decision of some people being like. Actually i'm all in on commingled. That's a great pick. You guys will see you guys will see. And then there's a bunch of people were like. This is ridiculous. I think that the overriding sentiment is like. What's the plan right. Because before the draft tonight there were just some absolutely choice. Amazing trade rumors or at least trade talk rumors were there is. There was some suggestion that the sixers had made a request from the warriors they wanted. What was it. Wiggins wiseman seven and fourteen seasons and that kind of stands to reason with like i guess there was a cavs rumor that mauri asked for like every good young calves player plus all their picks for simmons like it does feel like it was it was stick up season for darryl and he didn't really he didn't really find anything but he's commingled part of a package right. That's the thing that we're going to be asking like is our kamenga and moody. And wiseman like part of the next generation of the warriors in this bridge to the future or is it like. We're going to package up these young guys in get steph. Some immediate help with klay coming back was like if you're golden state fanton are you like. I feel zen about the next eight years or you panicking because we're wasting steps prime. I mean there's nothing to panic about this a lot of time between now and next season's trade deadline so that's one. It's nothing to panic about. But you know why my eyebrow will be raised is because commingle again as you guys mentioned not a polished. Nba prospect part of. The problem of last season was the push and pull between. Are we developing a guy. We just spent the number to pick in the draft on in wise men or are we trying to get positioning for playoff seeding. Are we win. now we think. Do we have an eye towards the future. And i think china juggle that they did that quite clumsily last year with wiseman so if you're warriors fan and you see them take on another guy who can be considered nothing but a project you have to wonder right You know i'm somebody who went into last season was like look steph..

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"ruka" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"ruka" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"I don't necessarily remember a dog but there is this. How ruka who is tagging along at some point one of the characters jokes that their lone wolf and cub disorder a reference a japanese reference to a long running manga movie series about an old samurai in a young samurai going on a road trip but it feels formulaic in that way. If there is a through line through all of this the thing that i hang onto is that we have this ex-con outta prison who's teamed up for reasons that are obscure with a little girl who she's not an orphan. He may be attracted to hiroko because he was an orphan but she believes her mom is still alive in somewhere in this red light district. They gotta find her and the more that they look the more they think. Maybe she's been killed. I really needed to see these to meet up in this movie. I mean you see re you come into town and get attacked for being yakuza in a drugstore but he was in the drugstore. Getting dog food to take to this girl. Why is this girl here. How did they meet up. Why is he interested in this girl. If they're teasing it to have it all be a haver reveals later on. I don't think that worked. I think we are supposed to be straining on her tiptoes leaning over the cliff going. Why and again the connection i can make some of this is pulled from the prologue that really emphasized the fact he was an orphan. Is he's you know. He's a softy for kids in trouble like for his own background. He doesn't know yet that her mom knows his childhood. Sweetheart that you me the girl that he's probably trying to find himself he hasn't seen since he went to prison. She is the aunt of young little girl that will come out in the middle of the movie so even more reason for him to tag along with her and you guys have me a little bit concerned that the version that i watched is somewhat mistranslated. Was she calling him uncle throughout the movie that you guys watched no no no see my translation. She called him uncle every time they had a conversation so i was very confused. I did wonder about that because yeah she talks about like her mom's sister and people say brother and all of that. I'm like some of these characters are orphans. I don't know if we're talking about a literal familial tree lineage here that may just be a term of affection for someone. That is avuncular but not actually my uncle. That's the way i to take it in the game. i know ri. You will call in the sheiky brother because they were raised in the orphanage together but then he'll be like so. How's your brother doing so. It's obvious like this is a the orphaned brotherhood versus the actual bloodline and yeah. I wonder in yakuza. If those those terms are you suddenly get brothers when you sign up even maybe. That's even a reason to do it. You feel like you're connected to a family if you never had one. That could be quite appealing ard again cultural ignorance. I'm just going to raise my hand. And say i as a westerner don't know these things but it didn't confuse me too much. I understand what it is. For a gangster to team up with a little girl seeking a woman who may or may not be the answer to both of their lives and it's also just shorthand in film like this to just make our main character little more heroic. You know it softens him you know he can be a big bad ass who's gonna kick the crap out of bad guys but he also has a soft side that he can take care of a young girl right in the meantime like we've already mentioned inspector dante is i think they're six storylines that's really the first and primary one in my mind. The second one is inspector dante. I think he's the guy that put curio away. Am i wrong. I get the sense win when they do meet up. They talk about how they've spent the last ten years. And i don't think this inspector is by being outside of prison had any happier time than career. You did inside. His wife left him and he has a pretty miserable. Live east the one character in this home movie. That seems to have an emotional. Beat i'm not going to say an arc because it never gets resolved but a beat. Now there we'll see. I mean it does have a final note where most of his drama is spent his. He's called in on a bank. Robbery is specifically in this red district. There are two guys in ski masks that have busted in taken hostages out of the employees. And there's an argument as to whether dot dante who is section four is in command of this over section one cops and again. This is cultural ignorance. My sense is that you know this is. Fbi versus street cop. I don't know but there's a argument about rank and they're all piled into a barber shop with the korean owner. Always trying to the humor is he's always trying to present them with. Don't beer and just make them play nice even though there's all this tension yeah i mean this. This is playing pretty well for comedy. Even though you know there's some language barriers there. I mean anybody can understand being cramped into this tiny little space in the hottest day of the year. Trying to be quiet. They're on a stakeout. It's working you know as somewhat tongue in cheek type of comedy for me here. I'm getting a few chuckles out of it. Yeah and getting some chuckles but the bank robbers. I mean it's funny. Because at times i'll find them rather amusing but there's like a huge thing about they want to shoot a hostage and they're just going to shout each other's name at each other and like push each other on the shoulder like kids in a beginning of a playground fight. Neither one of them wants to be the one to shoot the hostage. Yeah the cops. Themselves referred to them as a stand up comedian act and we're never to see them as anything different there. Bumbling crooks but it's worth pointing out in japan. Guns are very rare. Unlike america where you feel like anybody could get a gun and go in some place and try to rob it. It's a mystery as to how they even got these weapons and it will take a while before we meet the arms dealer. It creates this mystery. If you need another one because there's a lot of confusion about where are the guns coming from. That will be a later. Character will meet so with this bank robbery though. Is this connected to the ten billion yen missing. Because i feel like they went in and there was no money in the vault for them to steal crack because that money was supposed to be in there. Yes okay somebody withdrew money ten billion from a bank and the police talk about this. I mean it's easy to miss with subtitles and so much going on but apparently to withdraw ten billion yen to have that cash on hand the central bank had to pull all the cash out of the regional banks and so they chose to rob a bank on the day that the bank had no money. Okay right there's all slapstick but there is. It does build into that mystery of who took the money because then we'll find out that win. The truck left with all of the yen in it. It disappeared as well and the boss that owns all of this money. He's gone as well. Kazama is nowhere to be found so again. Was this an inside job. A lot of different angles here and one of the characters that we cut away too. I think one of the most mysterious takes the longest to figure out is park. We have this korean. Who's hanging out at a nightclub bleeding. Like just sitting there with his hand like dripping blood. he's being watched observed. I almost felt like he was a hostage for a while. But it just turns out that these men worked for the to- joe boss. They know that this korean wants to meet with the tow joe boss but they don't know where he is eventually. He just starts making delicious cocktails. Yeah as a way of saying thank you for bandaging my hand i do think park may be my favorite character in this movie. He doesn't say a whole lot. He doesn't accomplishable lot..

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"ruka" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"ruka" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Bron james going to have to do it on his own for apps. Can he do it on his own at this point. We've seen him do it before on his own we've seen him carry injury riddled lineups to the finals. We've seen actually win a finals. Game with injury riddled. Lineups swallowed them down. Two thousand seventeen. You go go ahead drew gooden. We'll be gibson eric snow. Let's marshall quality damon jones. Yeah how about two eighteen jordan clarkson. Jr smith george hill. Jeff green jose calderon matthew belva dove. Oh he's done before they they've had that year where kevin love and kyrie irving both were injured by the time you get to the finals. And then you buddy. But he got there now kevin love. They were missing the earlier in the playoffs. Mistake but j you said something earlier in the show and this is regarded again lebron with a situation now where he has. The the groin strain left the game. Now he's dealing with that and his availability is what you wonder now. This the series is tied at two and going back to phoenix in a pivotal game. Five and you're asking lebron jay that he's got to do it one more time that you've got to become super super that you've got to do it again. The question at this point is thirty six years. Old kenny kenny. Lebron is always seem like he's been featured against father time i mean. He has morphed into superhuman multiple times. Thirteen fifty point games without a d. Against a team and c. p. three who's playing injured in devon booker. This is one of the biggest games. I have lebron james his career now i know he's thirty six years old. He will say when. I'll see you want from him. You're looking for a super human performance tonight. You're looking for him to elevate his team. And every time i don't off the backboard alex cruz says you feel when you watch him. He zimmerman is guy but tonight it can't be a pedestrian night. Pedestrian night means twenty five and thirteen. Which is crazy to say. Tonight has to be an absurd performance for lebron james to catapult. His team with the likes of alex caruso casey p cow coups mma market soul andre drummond. He has to take them to levels that they haven't seen before we go see tonight again. Tonight's game five. Ten o'clock eastern lakers sons and for the sons obviously unimportant game for them to. Don't give the lakers any life. Right now with question marks about anthony davis and his availability. I think i think the more the pressure is on drumming right because he was brought in and be that other right in the way that aiden is been able to to be so efficient in his scoring. I think this can be a gang where he can just go off right. He can have one of those dominant games like he had in game one and the brian can't stop that he's not responsible to stop that they brought in drummer to be a defensive stopper a rebounder and he hasn't lived up to expectations right. And i think that's going to be where they miss the white house. Willingness mcgee guys who can be able to play in space coming off a pick and roll and be able to be athletic drumming. just not what. He's been advertised to beat right. He's not the modern big. Even if you're not a modern big shoot the three like you know lopez or joel embiid. You still need to be a big man. That can be able to kind of plan space. Better knock down some type of bucky you know. He lives in a paint where lebron's going to be have to be super aggressive to try and get there are. Here's a problem. Now all your pick and rolls are one dimensional right. So andre drummond pick and roll. He has to roll. Never going to pop markelle soul that pick and roll. He has to pop. We're going to roll right right with a you have both. Which way do you want it. He can met. he was attacking. He was attacking the pain he was. I mean he was thirty a game in the in the series so after that thirteen point game one he started attacking was coming a beast. But you go small and try and just run right because you know. Cpi three wants to slow everything down and it has the score down to do you go small and just get out and run so lebron have opportunities and put as many shooters around him as you can and just try and win the transition. The transition battle. I mean you could go small and have lebron guard. Alexa the andrea in i mean. But now you're asking the brand to do a lot. You're asking the brand of banged down low you. You can't do that no under you. You mentioned a bar dramas got better. I don't know if he can be better because eytan is destroying him right now in the series wh whenever he is out on the floor. It's not it's not a fair fight and he doesn't everything or cpi three c. P. three's engine. Oh yeah offense. So that's where you need. A guy like casey p. I know he's gonna guard devon booker. But you need somebody. Alex russo. Like you have to meet. Cpi three so early like as soon as he turns around and takes the ball of inbound. Pass meet him make him work you the tire him out. Let's get some calls in here. We'll get back into the conversation. Ryan ruka gonna join us in a few minutes. Eight eight say. Espn eight seventy nine. Three seven seven. Six john jay. We'll zubin we are presented by progressive insurance august. Join us on. The goodyear hotline..

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"ruka" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"ruka" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"ruka" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"ruka" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Noon Eastern nine Pacific, Among other things, I will be ranting and talking about the NFC East. I will be talking about America's team. I'll be talking about the Buffalo Bills. I might be talking about something relating to tonight's game. I want to see how it goes. E. Ruka Lyski would like to see how it goes, and I will be working it. Sunday. 12 Noon Eastern nine, Pacific. No, I have not picked my suit. Yet. Hawk will be there, though. I will be there. And we're going to our hit from here in California once again. 1 806 368686. So yesterday we had a What's your beef segment? There was a lot of be flying around and then off the top rope. Wreck in Buffalo came in proud member of the Bills Mafia leading from the front and he was loud and he was pissed and he was looking for a piece of somebody, actually, a lot of people, but one guy in particular. Matt in Vancouver in one more thing, Jim, I love the bit about the dog ripping that golden ticket but not nearly as much as Madame van did. He spent all night on Twitter saying How great the dog sounded in how amazing a pet it would make. And I'm thinking to myself. Why the hell does Matt was dog so much? Then it hit me. He's been married to one for 10 years. And oh, by the way, the mud in the dunk Canuck have the same careful winning the smack off 0.0. That was yesterday. That was Rick and Buffalo. And I said, Hey, Rick. I mean, a beef stew Beef, and the jungle is the jungle. But man, I don't know that's on the line that's probably over the line. Let's go to Matt in van right now. Now what's going on? How are you? What up, Romy. Hey, man, It's not really surprised that Rick and Buffalo came in here spewing a bunch of nonsense. I mean, I've been catching heat from ugly people my whole life. Rick guys like me in Rome. We lead lives ugly dudes like you only dream up. Well, your pictures school across the T V. The entire jungle feels like it just got off of doom Call with Jeffrey Toobin. Then you're upset when my pictures go on TV and that portly, hippo shaped perm wearing woman of yours gets all swooned over my immaculate jawline, Rick. Just like Tom Brady and the bills For the last two decades. You need to sit your ass back at the kids table and wait for me the better man to leave voluntarily Because then and only then will you taste a morsel of my leftover success. Tell me. I know you tell you with Dana White. So picture this Reen clean means smack talking Canadian versus a 4 ft. Tall, angry, screaming human Penis on Fight Island, 2021. Let's do it, please. Rackham. Matt in Vancouver. No, you come back strong. To go, Matt. Nice job where you got that beef? The quote 4 ft human Pettiness. Where the guy with the quote, immaculate jawline. Matt van V. Rick in Buffalo. The quote. Lean, mean Canuck. Or the guy who quote looks like two been on a zoom call. James Kelly. Do not hit me with a response. I know you Dude. I know you so badly Want to react? I know you so badly. Want some of that? Don't Don't to quote Mike and Indy. You better not Okay..

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"ruka" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"ruka" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Exactly that's it will you can already actually If you probably just google the oscar survey or something but you can already go to the side. That's go to a panoramic view that will let you actually take a virtual tour of the site That's very very nice. You so the scroll round on the on your with your mouth and you can see all these galaxies throughout the skies beautifully quite amazing so some is something was on instagram. The other day in the. I think there was one photo. It says you are looking at one million galaxies in. What was it three million if some extraordinary and when you first look at it you think our nas photo stars now that we're all galaxies y- mind-blowing absolutely mind blowing now That's good news The other piece of good news putting aside china's political a tensions in the situations with us in the moment new cheney five is about to touch down on the moon. I'd sort of did a sneaky launch on us yet. in fact it's already down and you always it down in the small of this morning. That's why excessively so we've got to another step in this extraordinary mission johnny five to two returned two to three kilograms of lunar rocks and soil back to us by the middle of next month. It's all very quickly as you said what really impresses me about. This is the technology technological complexity of this mission. This you know this many many remote Dockings and sort of orbital rendezvous knoll of that sort of thing all going on autonomously out there in orbit around the moon landry is down on the moon. At the moment it's built like the old space shot sorry oldham luna modules in the apollo missions in the top half Comes back to orbit and the lower half is what allows you to on the moon. It's rocket metro firing rocket to to slow down the descend land you safely on the moon but then the top half separates and goes back to orbit hopefully with the sound in. We expect the samples to be gathered within the next couple of days. So what how are they. How are they collecting them. there's a drill drill in moon's gonna go with drill scoop. Yes there's actually a scoop scoop it up. You can imagine when it all comes back. Go and this is so exciting. It's basalt while it is bustle. And that is the interesting bit though. Because this is young basalt the place where is going is something called womb combs named after the scientist. I think ribka a german word and that mount ruka is basically a a young basaltic outcrop is about seventy kilometers across. It's big but thinking. Is this much younger than the surrounding. Basalt and indeed Younger than the bucks was brought back by the apollo astronauts in the nineteen sixties and seventies. So it's really interesting scientific outcomes from a potentially from the mission but i think the technology's perhaps the the really astonishing just have what an achievement says..

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"ruka" Discussed on Hollinger & Duncan NBA Show - NBA Basketball Podcast

Hollinger & Duncan NBA Show - NBA Basketball Podcast

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"ruka" Discussed on Hollinger & Duncan NBA Show - NBA Basketball Podcast

"And then you end up getting into a lot of complex areas right because you're now you're trying to put dollar valuations on player performance. He's trying to project it out. You immediately get into a lot of really complex cool stuff but at the heart of it is like. You're just trying to think about things that we usually think about emotionally. We're fans in a much more scientific way so we got eight minutes left here. Let's do a lightning rod. I'm going to set the timer for sixty seconds for each question. Get ready to go here. And let's start with this one a lot of comments here lumia when we find a question. Who should the mavs target to help. Luca as it's scott now so it's interesting because i think they want to keep their twenty-one cap clear and make a run a jaanus and if not jaanus one of the other big free agents and twenty one and so. That's going to handcuff them a little. As far as what they can do this coming off season. I do think we keep saying they need another ball. Handler around luca. We i think we you would want to have seen jalen brunson healthy in the playoffs and see what that look like. I do think they probably could do something with the lawn right. Like he just didn't fit there. I think he's a pretty good player and still has some value around the league. But maybe can you parlay him into another player like the three four spot. Maybe some with a little more defensive mojo. I think that's one. You'd have to look at a little like there away. I don't know if this guy is good enough but like salon ride for alpha ruka renew or something where you get yourself a little more stout defensively at wings and and up through the four spot especially since zinc is gonna be playing five more probably next year. Because you don't have to white pal thing. I'd may be looking at but it's going to be tough because you really want to keep the books clean for twenty one. Yeah the only of twenty five million in space as it stands now in twenty one so if you take on somebody who's even longer than that then you run into some potential issues You know they could move. Powell could move Maybe right as well to open up more space there let's see here What is the best way to project how a player's pick and roll ability will translate from college to the nba on limited data. People watching some tarries halliburton film. Though is that this is so divine ninety six we could. We could do a little longer on. This actually is a really interesting. I mean if this if this was easy the draft. It'd be a lot easier. You know there. There's so much you're thinking about. I mean know in the immediate. Can the player handle the ball and can he read the game because the those are two things that especially the ability to handled..

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"ruka" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"ruka" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"ruka" Discussed on The Dr. Gundry Podcast

The Dr. Gundry Podcast

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"ruka" Discussed on The Dr. Gundry Podcast

"You've heard me go on and on about this and something that you're going to learn and the energy paradox is one of the reasons that you have to eat mushrooms that you probably didn't know is that they contain Melanin and Melatonin and no, they're not gonNA. Put you to sleep. We'll leave it at that. If you're going to eat fish please dick too small fish like sardines like end Jovis. One of the most studied super long groups in the world, the at Chiro lease in Italy south of Naples and I've had the pleasure visiting their little city studying them they eat. And jovis little sardines for breakfast lunch and dinner, and they get all of their Omega Three Fats Dha primarily EPA by eating sardines plus fun fact. They get bioavailable calcium in those little tiny bones and if ladies if you WANNA get your calcium and you want support your brain health have a few sardines. Okay. As you know in the plant paradox I told you about Parrilla oil parole oil is the most frequently used oil in Korea and parts of China. Parrilla. Oil is a fascinating oil that has a lot of Alpha lipoic acid, which is a short chain Omega three fat. It's also a very unique source of rose moronic acid which really supports brain power. We could go on and on about the benefits of parole oil but I'll refer you to a study. In humans, which was called the Lionheart Diet or the Leone heart. Diet L. Y. O. N. but most from Leone France but most people pronounce it lion. There that diet in humans who had a heart attack they were put on one of two diets. One was the Mediterranean Diet in which their diet was supplemented with a margarine that was made with. Alpha. Acid same fat that's in parole oil. The other group was given the American Heart Association low fat Diet. It was a five year study. The study was stopped after three years because the. Mediterranean Diet Group that was supplemented with Alpha lipoic acid margarine actually had so few heart attacks compared subsequent heart attacks compared to the American Heart Association Diet that was unethical to continue the study. Now, most of the people continued on that study and they found that, in fact, the one difference of any blood marker between the two groups was the amount of Alpha, lipoic acid in their blood that was the only difference in the outcomes between the two groups. So that's why I'm a fan of parole oil. Now it's hard to get. So don't rush out and try to find it. I got a great alternative for you sesame oil particularly regular sesame oil, not the roasted or toasted sesame oil. There's some fascinating things you'll learn in the energy paradox that sesame oil the components of sesame oil will actually. Block the effect of Leipold, polysaccharide rides, L. P. S.'s those little pieces. That 'cause all the problems in you from causing a problem. So please enjoy sesame seeds please enjoy sesame oil. It's probably one of the superfoods that doesn't get enough attention. Oh, and by the way. Sesame oil does contain omega six fats Linda Lake Acid and those actually block some of the effects of inflammation. Superfood next is pre biotic fiber, the more prebiotics fiber soluble fiber. I. Can get into your diet the better my favorite vegetables in this category are the Chicory family most grocery stores will at least have ridichio what many people call then Italian red lettuce looks like a dense red and white. Small head of cabbage. One of the best sources of in Yulin that you can find all the other Chicory Family Belgian endive is really available. It's another chicory use that as a dipping for your guacamole. Now I'm going to tell you about a nut that I'm also very fond of that doesn't get its do and that's hind nuts pine nuts come from pine combs. There was some fascinating research looking at cultures who eight squirrels that lived in Pine Forest? And they found that people who had a diet of squirrels as part of their diet not only lived longer, but we're thinner than people who Didn't eat squirrels that lived in Pine Forest, and that prompted a great deal of research looking at what the hack was in pine nuts that might have this effect. and. So pine nuts actually have been used and pine nut oil has been used to promote weight loss and to promote longevity. So here's the good news. You can even get big bags of organic pine nuts at Costco I shouldn't have told you that either because now we'll be able to get any. But this is something you should consider adding a small handful to your regimen every day, and if you don't like the taste. It's in past Oh and believe it or not. The PESTO AT COSTCO. It's pretty doggone good and it may be that all those pesto eating Italians. Basil and pine nuts and Parmesan cheese and olive oil pesto maybe one of the greatest superfoods or combination of superfoods you should have in your diet at least on a weekly basis. Lastly, another nut than many of you haven't heard of, but if you've been watching the podcast, you know it but Ruka nuts. So Baru Nut looks and almost taste like. A beer, not those big brown peanuts that you sometimes associated with drinking beer and bars. So these have huge amounts of polyphenyls. They have the most protein of any nut. They have very beneficial fats, and if you eat and by Baruba nuts, you will actually be helping indigenous people in Brazil to actually eat out a living. And if you haven't watched the Baraka nut podcast, please watch it or listen to. It's fascinating how these came about. I have Baraka nuts every day. Okay. So that's it. The superfood. 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Human Beings Being Human

Peace Out

04:44 min | 2 years ago

Human Beings Being Human

"Hello. This is peace out stories for coming down and relaxation. My name is Chanel. This season, we talked about the life cycle of Pebbles Gio, D- mice, helium tomatoes trees, Sea Stars Sea. Salmon CICADAS and of course, the T. Rex. And now we're here. At the last episode of our fourth season. And it's all about you. It's about us. Human. Beings. Sit in a comfortable position. Rest your hands on your knees. If, you'd like to lie down go ahead. We're GONNA take our time settling into this first part today. Close Your eyes if you'd like. Breathing. In and. What's going through your mind right now? Our minds are always making thoughts. So. Sometimes, it might feel like we're standing in a river. The thoughts always flowing. and. They'll keep flowing and going. and. That's okay. But sometimes it can feel like to watch. If. We need a break from the flowing thoughts instead of trying to stop them instead of letting the water carry you away. There's always the option to. Step right out of the water. And sit on the riverbank and have arrest. You can just sit. And enjoy watching the water run by. But you're not feeling the push of it. Not Worried about where the water's coming from or where it's going. And then when you're ready and want to get back into the cool water. You'll be able to play in it and stand strong for longer. If the flowing river our thoughts. then. That little break on the riverbank is mindfulness. Mindfulness is about staying in the present moment. Not Thinking about what's happened in the past. Or worrying about what might happen in the future? Just being here. Now. Take notice of your breathing right now. Is it slowing down Or fast. Is it long and deep. Or short shallow. You don't have to change anything about it right now. Just notice it. Our brains are always working and making judgments on the information thoughts and experiences coming in. If you've seen the movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory You'll probably remember seen when Ruka Salt Sasi Geese that lay golden inks. The golden eggs would come down onto the educators scale that would decide whether it was a good egg. Or A bag. Well, of course, in real life, there are many more judgments beyond good or bad. But, the brain is like that educator. Taking in each thought and making a quick automatic decision if it likes it and tells us that we should keep looking for these good things or doesn't like it and tells us to avoid these things. Or maybe our brain is neutral about them. We don't really have to pay attention or do anything about it. That brings us to another big part of being mindful. Letting. Go of the judgment. Our brains will always be judging the information coming in. which is not a bad thing. Let's say Mr Willy Wonka began noticing that there have been a lot of bad aches lately. He might wonder. Why are my kiessling so many bad eggs. Are They not getting enough healthy food. Not Enough water. Maybe, we should give them more to eat every day or something different to eat on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Should I get the Olympus to check on the more? Are the bad eggs really that bad. Maybe I need to think about how we measured what good eggs. And change it. Or maybe I need to let my geese run freely in a big field and not keep them in this room.

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"ruka" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"ruka" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"Then you know I, mean there. There's a reason that they're twenty and whatever they are I know you've gotta pulled up. I don't have it up in front of me, but they're. They're bad. Yeah! There's A. Twenty four and forty y'all and they probably weren't going on a sixteen seventeen game win streak to close the end of the regular season to get to be a five hundred team where that was in reach for Orlando Brooklyn to pull that off, but yeah I don't. I don't want to spend a lot of time on them and if Bradley. Beal pulls this off Bradley. Beal is one hundred percent all MBA not even a question in my mind you can get. Dragged them into the playoffs with you know what would have to be kind of Herculean effort to pull that off that day? You know that give him all the accolades and everything. You want to give away Yeah Brooklyn. And you kind of wonder what Brooklyn you know where their mindset his APP because. We know Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. Aren't gonNA play. You know they basically you know completely squashed that unless they're really gonNA, you'll pull a wwe style. Reveal here at some point in one of these games down in Walt Disney world you. We'll see what that looks like so i. do wonder, but you know what's interesting with that team is you've got guys who think our economy? We have the mindset of playing jobs for next year. Yellow in China impress in Shohei I could do these things I should be a part of this team when Katie and Korea. And this is how I could really help to seem. They've got a couple of free agents. You've got a guy like Spencer. dinwiddie. Who is very very good player in a lot of people mentioned as a potential trade target 'cause Kyrie, presumably healthy I personally don't take until Kyrie shows he can make it through sixty or seventy games. You'll never mind you know forty or fifty. In what he's going anywhere. He's the best backup point guard in the entire league in that situation, but it is. It is interesting to see how they go on them. For Orlando. It's you know there's no reason for them not to do their best to win games. Yoda Day should just continue to push. It doesn't sound like Jonathan Isaac Ralph Ruka me new are GONNA play. That would have made a difference would've felt a lot better. Yes, about them in the playoffs you know and they haven't completely ruled either guy out. Out Yet it just sounds like they're going to be cautious..

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"ruka" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

Are Weeb There Yet?

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"ruka" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

"The campus and This is like their memories leaking out to the other two boys so they all see him. And this time it's enter succeed memories with him going to Kaczynski's locker and sniffing is Jersey and playing playing his recorder out of this desk. So you can get some good good spit. Yeah even it does wakes toyboy comedies. Like what the fuck on what he says the WHOA Dude. Oh boy I'm here for Gay Rights Split. That's that's a strong and then of course we have the memory of the kids. And it's after all the secrets is done. And we get a silhouette shot and like anti frigging alley. Now now my see and we see his sister waking up on the bridge where she was supposed to meet her date. She's like oh I hear this was to meet someone and she goes back and looks at photos and the diner photo disappears so you kind of just gets race from existence which is Kinda fucked up. Well they're not great people by their bad people. That's that's the whole thing reworking. All of history is kind of weird and get after the house. He says the kiss was. He's like oh I get it the kiss. This was just a dare from the soccer club and and this is one no. It wasn't a dare. I wouldn't do that as dare you know it's like I love you and it confesses I wanna be your gold invested so as Kosgey says like I WANNA be your golden partner for life. It's just like so gay Super Gay and it's always it's always for life. It's always a commitment. The boys love marriage this one. It gives them the soccer bracelet. But he's holding on the silver hope dish. I want you to have it and curiously. Go and do it for life. And they do the Pos again year and Antolin for kiss. And it's getting close. Lose the prince he just the prince. Dang it really WANNA fuck with this this episode with all these fantasy sequences where he he doesn't actually do anything as we said enough hoop and maybe at the very end it'd be a pale now. Just goof. Yeah and he just the Prince and he just saw puking in the corner and he's so gross. It's at just the my I just my ass kiss. My own asshole is he still has the silver hope dish with the bracelet on it. But then a mouse pops it's up and jumps on the dish and steals the Runs hope it's like what the book so he loses a bracelet and then we can ending sequence which is great and we see Kaczynski. Still thinks it's a we see them after this and Kosgey still thinks it was a dare earn. We didn't have the secret to answer custody still thinks he's a different club. It doesn't mean anything. He's on his phone again. Like not paying attention and toyboy also but he's like giving the side I because he's like Um Putting together like when antic investors feelings earlier in the day an an now wait how he reacted after all the memories so now to avoid knows what's up. He doesn't have that domain character syndrome. And then we get the ending sequence in the posted scenes enter saying he can't talk to Kaczynski and he tells her her Ruka things just given up. All of my can't like I can't talk to him. There's no convincing him to join soccer again. I don't know what to deal with them. In hierarchy does like gives them like. Don't worry about it wait a minute let me give you something. And he pulls out Kaczynski's keys soccer bracelet that he threw away when he quit the soccer club. I think yeah. And he's like I was able to pull this out. Kosgey wasn't looking. Don't tell him he's but I feel like he'd unwanted again when he starts playing again. So maybe you can give it back to. When he finally convinced him and at that point we hear someone offscreen his mom? So how do we gotta go okay. And we see pushing hurricane in a wheelchair because it turns out. He's at a hospital. So we got a sickly younger brothers got to take care of I smell demise smell magical girl Yuki Yuna I.

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"ruka" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

Dear Dyslexic Podcast

11:08 min | 3 years ago

"ruka" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

"So it has had an effect when you try to teach literacy. Beat me when I was going through. My speech pathology training. We had to read out spelling program which I found really helpful to me but when I was trying to do teaching I really struggle with how caged concepts issues that liberal so I'd never wear to that air area because of that. So how do you do it as a teacher do you find that. Ah It's an area that you struggle with or it's okay. I think it I think the biggest thing and I think probably the biggest paradigm sheet with teaching in the last twenty years. I had leaked my children and my students that their things I can't do and it becomes quite hot site. I didn't know how to spill backman sloppy. Let's let's go to Google and he's such would and I still take funny to Pergamon. You seeks because I'm aware of that but it's also I am very much aware that with thirty children in my class this thirty two Wise they're gonNA learn something and so we will often say a They were going to do it this way. What if the group and I think the providing the options online tutorials in taking online environment that things are so strong announced so beautiful and I think it's one of those things way having a teacher that can actually say I don't know how to do that and another student? I can do that and having that shared correspondence across swift twenty s had to the point where the teacher has to know everything. That's not happily admit to close to that knowing everything now and I could see myself takes except for the fact that I know for ways to look up things and research things and Ruka with children. Let's on the Gaza. Let's go look at that and that becomes a lengthy itself minimally disclosed dyslexic minuet place. How your parents the children that you wear the end you'll keys and it we didn't workplace afford Folded in to be power unsure about big sorry even know. I find that the parents had children dyslexia that they finally see someone who actually understand that parents had never been negative towards it. I I always find that whenever I get a task I do it straight away. I don ask me things because it often types an extra step of someone taking something before Senate. Every time. I'm writing letters to parents by should always go through somebody else because it's fictional standard at making sure that I will offer Maters around or all wrong of Hominem Woods all to those things quite often often. So I'll always have somebody checks for us into that but I guess one of the things. We sort of social media and people generally spilling so badly early because they just quickly these days and with older creek actually benefiting helping. I think the expectation from parents isn't it on perfect data and quite happily Louis disclosed Both staff and parents and I will have Charles like this what can I do. What can the final At all but I very much having gone through the experience myself can appetizers I can. I can try this and do this and get excited about different seasonable. Oh somebody will stay on a family's African and that sort of thing all get excited about it and share with the group that I've gone. That's fantastic we want people the displacing Teaching language to children so as you're just rating -culing dyslexic orgy had cocaine difficulties. Such as describe your Dyscalculia I just had dyslexia an IT manifests very much. When I'm reading and sort of try and I really have trouble brought physically ride as you would be the painting whereas I talked Beta on autocorrect and Gremaldi analysts? Nothings as well. We'll riding you have any issues report Ryan. Jim Stressful time it it. It's interesting as a teacher. The the different strengths. You rely on so As a writer I all right very quickly and so I can write at Marple. Skin sort of The centre-right I was strike quite happy. We Rocky and then the teachers that I work with. I've always had supported so they. They will edit them allotment. I'll go back to rewrite and I find that the the strength guy has through dyslexia or I I never see myself sufferings Lexi but having I really feel that dyslexic drama created from sort of excellence team go find the actual writing is easier. Editing prices longer now lowest an extra person shakes so without in the school of working. We always have colleague Shaken Initiative. Go to the Hayden To go out and I will always find somebody else in that process to sort of habit a first round shake but always make sure that I get the map quicker dragon. And that's one of those things where being comfortable writing has enabled made to push through a right quickly information down in a has take it not go back. And Edit I sold so then go back and have that extra step and so the strength may be quick and creative in the actual writing process allows me to have the extra stick where I need. Bexley pat that structural aided in those things from them extremely supportive environment. Fantastic which I got my workplace it. It's one of those things though. I've I've never tried to hide it and I've always sort of the strengths that I have. I will try back full both with colleagues by work within so it might be that I will help somebody else. Structured something else technology while do something we famine. And it's I've always count people supportive if you're honest with them to have that conversation back and forth and I've always found it. I'm always happy to help. Scored somebody else and everybody has their strengths. And that we have and this is just one that I can put a label on Yeah. I wonder if it's because of the industry you're in In the health sector that has not majority majorities on that hasn't been my experience. enlists manager whose background to Spain education equal my fist. As saying that I twenty minutes estate Says she was really understanding the majority of time because they know what seems on. Its died and I speak Hindi my. I usually bullied the At the time so after that I wanted to make sure as always honest with my employees today new why is having challenges. SEMAINES SEMAINES my rushing. It hasn't always been positive since really nice to hear such positive story around getting supported a culture that really doesn't seem to be having an impact on your whip career at all. I think it's one of those things where takes his as a whole Prone to educate and help support. It's one of those hot if you end up being a teacher you're often sort of has that background which happened to educate and support. So I think it's I I would say the number of places with a lot of paper never had a knitted negative experience from that side of from staff at. You'll often get the go out with something the wrong way round the Nielsen. It was cold are bad. It's just that but I haven't had a backlash at all from that Citizens Bank right. ooh That's a really nice because I can speak to people and eleven stories then had some type of Truro. An haven't had the best experience will link come out in the I sit all alone because fear of being discriminated against. It's really nice to the type of environment in which it's really refreshing to shine lacquered. I guess shame. That's why straight Outta do these missions. Listeners can get having given support this stuff and it's really not a big deal animal and can mean to wondering coming also oh I and I sort of I've always liked stories orange before I could ride. And it's one of those things I think that the the biggest reason why literacy and education wasn't a negative experience for it was because of the stories and I think if I I didn't have those stories to go into and I used to write pages and pages and pages just not able the rate the Naga down on the back because they were just so horrendous. Any season Yang Lisa getting older prime rated the highschool to arrive. Thanks be clothing and I just had a couple of amazing teachers but I had a lot of teachers that were just sort of would go ahead and shoot them down there just to go look at the ceiling and I somehow somehow managed to get through all the creeks and all the bay pin and everything else and I still enjoy. The store still enjoyed writing and the biggest. The last story which store every dyslexia is a true story. All My Ahead and he had this thing where we had a are- bumped will something that's probably a little throughout the he asked us to write a story any promised he wouldn't mock it on grandma structure or anything he was just mocking the story and it was that completely and pride of that starts right lot more harm and so the school I would always on smaller woods to us. I knew how to spill out in the woods. It's actually wanted to use my my my the source. Brian became pretty good at trying to swap woods out might Tanya Woods and this is the first time I was actually a light allowed Turkish riotings and at the end of the year. I was at for a while I was going to leave. You tend to be a chef. And I didn't know was I was always leading. He said to me you. You're actually really good writer. And if you keep writing and you get goodness you can pay someone features billing and that sort of laughable moment that I would sort of potentially in the world they teach a fetus. That would actually creek my work actually still Ri- Maxi priest storied pussies huge white shoulder. Frankly being able to do something and if I hadn't have had that one sentence one relationship with a take actually let me right. I probably never would have kept riding. And I've done a knock done to the sculpture world. there's always been creative things but when I started working full time I sort of stopped. Having time to sort of work studio lucrative went back to writing and it was that competence that he gave me ten.

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DutchChains Odyssey On Its Blockchain and AI Hackathon

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

08:45 min | 3 years ago

DutchChains Odyssey On Its Blockchain and AI Hackathon

"The street has a crypto winter is finally Thorin most importantly, all blockchain projects remember, those that were all built on future promises and lies Leo culture. Well, the future is right here. We're beginning to see the first fruits from those icy hose from Lowe's future promises. So the future is already here. We're not talking about real partnerships real use cases and stories of early adopter businesses leveraging emerging technologies, but this daily tech podcast. It's not about buzzwords or fuelling hype of anything but hearing right from the heart of the tech world and how it's actually transforming multiple industries. So today, we have Rooker van Zuid dam on the show, and he's the founder and CEO of a company called Dutch chain, which is a leading ecosystem development agency for open. Public infrastructure and also odyssey an open innovation program, which provides a unique collaborative infrastructure for governmental corporate, a nonprofit partners to help them. Find breakthrough solutions to complex societal challenges all using blockchain and so many other emerging technologies. Exile installed Freud that Rooker also has more than fifteen years experience funding companies across communications digital media and tech sectors. And was also the co founder and commercial director of pay logic, which is a next generation ticketing and technology company based in Amsterdam. So buckle up and hold on tight. So I can be meal as all the way to the Netherlands. So we can speak with Ruka who's not only going to talk about everything I've just mentioned, but also ought to see hack twenty nine thousand nine which sounds incredibly exciting. So massive warm. Welcome to the show Rutger. Can you tell the listeners about who you are? And what you do. Thank you, Neil. So thanks for having me first of all, and yeah, I'm from from the Netherlands, and I'm the CEO of this chain and reorganized the one of the largest opening ovation programs in Europe called odyssey can can see everything about it on all the orc. And what we focus on is really the how how can all these new types of technologies like blockchain and a I serve our society in the best possible way. And what we found out is that there is a really interesting space to look at and we call it digital public infrastructure, and this is where we have managed to get corporates. Governments startups regulators. Scalable scientific institutes all on board in a in an open ecosystem that is focused on discovering the future by actually building it. And in this innovation program. We have a a highlights, which is the all the hacker Thon, and that one is taking place in in a week time and about fifteen hundred people from all over to will gather to to work with teams and experts on on solutions in the context of twenty complex challenges. So this is in a nutshell what what what we are working on with a with a team of of nine very very driven people from the deadlines. Tacitly so much to unpack this, I suppose we better start we do chain, which like you said you the founder and CEO of mine to stunning off. It's chinese. It's a leading ecosystem development agency for open digital public infrastructure. But can you begin by telling me a little bit more about that? And the kind of problems that you set out to solve a we'll put you on this path. Yeah. What's put me on this bath really is. And that goes way back to when I was a teenager and internet came into my life. So to say, right. The connection with the rest of the world, and all the creativity simply blew everything away in most positive sense of the word, and this was before Napster when there was no MP3. yet. You know, so but still this this new thing was was there. And then, of course, that evolve, and it was shaping our society more and more than a good way. But also in in ways, we we we don't really know how to cope with yet. I think and then off the social media came in mid and late two thousands. I came across a bitcoin and then. For me. Everything else was just kind of boring because all of a sudden, we we have this digital public infrastructure for a global payment network, and it is not owned by anyone, and it is absolutely independent and neutral, and this whole idea, I think we can take much further, and this is also whether it's basically at the core of what we're doing at other see, so that's that's basically how we came to it. Because what I was doing. When when when I came across bitcoin is both doing experiments with it like built all kinds of new chemical apps. Like, I was at a at a bitcoin conference one of the first ones in Europe organized by mode eleven I think it was in two thousand fourteen or so and then I couldn't pay my beers at the bar with bitcoin. And I was like what what is this? All right. So then we'd you Philip this point of sale system for for restaurants in boss where you could easily pay your base with with bitcoin. But we also. It was a time when when when Google gloss came out, and we connected to go glass to to a blockchain dot info wallet and Aucoin baseball, so then you could do hence free payments. So you could you could say okay glass. Make payments, and then scan QR code like RoboCop style, and then you could not wise, and it pays the actual Bill, and we had so much fun doing these things. But also we learned so much about how this. Bitcoin as an infrastructure system works. And it. It gave me the idea that you can actually discover the future by actually building. It's in a very good way. It takes you out of your comfort zone. It's not a fun. And I also have organized a couple of conferences, but it wasn't really satisfying enough for me because it's just talking. Right. So then I merged the two into this innovation program with the hacker Thon, and and turned it into a professional innovation and collaboration infrastructure. I'm so glad you mentioned you'll teenage years then the arrival lived in

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The next Air Force One could be red, white and blue

WBZ Morning News

02:25 min | 4 years ago

The next Air Force One could be red, white and blue

"Is in of course very bad shape ruka just been removed in the car just looks like a handkerchief that's been thrown away and left on highway now the road is still almost all but shut down just half of the white lane gets by glass scattered all over the road and photo and recon is out there at this time if there is any glimmer of good news here it's up the northbound side of the road ten not see the accident on the southbound side thanks to the wooded media on ninety five karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty the father drowns while swimming in buzzards bay with his children he's been identified as fifty year old john lima of lakeville by senator john dixon tells wbz tv he heard lima's two teenagers calling for help as they tried to keep their father afloat in the water i heard someone yell help in the water senator someone say get an ambulance so i went back in the house down nine one one first responders arrived to find a neighbor performing cpr on lima he was taken to a nearby hospital he was later pronounced dead ahead of his visit to england president trump gave an interview to the british tabloid the sun in which he heavily criticizes british prime minister theresa may blessing for handling of the brexit negotiations and saying he feels unwelcome across the pond the president has may's plan for leaving the european union will probably kill any us uk trade deal you said to meet with prime minister may later today trump also praised the british foreign secretary boris johnson who resigned from his cabinet earlier this week saying johnson will make a great prime minister and again he went after london mayor citykhan saying the mayor has done a terrible job combating terror and the president is insisting upon making changes to air force one shortly after taking office mr trump took the unusual step of personally negotiating with boeing for two brand new seven forty sevens while the plane is totally out of control it's going to be over four billion dollars score air force one program they'll be delivered sometime after twenty twenty but may drop the iconic look for a new trump inspired red white and blue design that's transportation correspondent kris van cleave the current blue and white color scheme is a legacy of president john f kennedy and his wife jackie still to come on wbz the last of the last we'll tell you about a well known business closing its final stores wbz news time five oh three time for check of traffic and weather together on this friday morning the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.

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