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Fresh update on "sap" discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

02:54 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sap" discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

"There's a repenting I think that's appropriate about them. And then also a renewal I'm actually really hopeful. If we just get to the other side, you know. Maybe. That's the grace house back there and. The sense of perspective. You know it's it's I. Remember reading this thing that came across like was saying Oh my God. It's always been march and their times were just feels like holy moly. It's been this, but the truth is. We've been at this for three and a half months now. Big Dan, most of us, certainly, in America, in terms of. You know the actual consequences of this whole Cova thing. Absolutely and to kind of take off of what you're saying. They're a big part of what we WANNA. Do here with the rest of the episode is kind of framed the future in terms of the things that we actually have under our control getting back to what I said. During the introduction to the episode. It's really important for mental health to have an experience of. And a lot of things have been taken away from us this year in one way or another, whether that's just you can't go to the barber you WanNa go to, or it's much much much more big picture. Devastating losses that a person might have experienced in their life over the course of the last six months, and it's easy for those things. Those big picture things that we really don't have any control over to kind of steal our experience of agency. And to SAP, many of the little things that we do actually have control over so it becomes really important to. In, keeping with your broader life, point of taking the Gut and all the work you've done with positive neuro plasticity to be able to refocus on and reclaim that sense of agency by framing the future in terms of where we can actually change things, and by finding the opportunities to have those good experiences and build positive habits, and all of that good stuff, which includes thinking about the different categories of things that we could realistically accomplish or change under the circumstances that we find ourselves in right now. The severity wise for us to. I WanNa, actually Kinda, edit what I just said. There are a bit ago or conceptualize it when I said you're going to be okay. We're GONNA. Be Okay. Let's be really clear. Many people in at a small-scale myself. are grappling with irrevokable losses. They will not be repaired and they are what they are. And when we get to the other side would over that is, we will still be very affected by them. And for many people, the losses are enormous economic losses, permanent disruption major health issues. They've now choir to getting through a plague, and not getting killed by it, but at least now they have certain health vulnerabilities abilities going forward..

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Fresh update on "sap" discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

02:30 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sap" discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Then, frankly our competitors took our off the ball and a couple of key clients and a lot to get in there when we shouldn't have and that's kind of how it got there, so you got to get lucky. Yeah, those are both classic books for fans. Those great books if you haven't read them, you definitely need to check them out. So you know where you guys are. At today. You moved into upstream. You know you're doing accounting from upstream all the way to midstream. Obviously, you knew the midstream side of from earlier endeavors. How did you guys make the transition into upstream accounting software or good question? So the reason there's not a lot of vendors because the entry cost is high. And so you know you gotta look at it. So what I did was I started thinking from the very beginning. Okay, how am I? GonNa get to our WANNA, go because I knew midstream had a limited number clients limited number revenue right so to get the business to grow the level. I wanted I've looked at step two step three four, so upstream with step two in that business I said okay how, am I gonNA. Get there so I got a little bit lucky again. We won a big do divisional or project with acts on, so we had all. All eighty-five thousand wells, division or system, until just recently when they replaced with sap, but that project or not the fundamental I mean they spent millions of dollars helping us. Build that out, and we have the world class division awesome right so a built in our same tech stack, but it's all you know stuff that we worked with them on, so that took us held a scale from kind of ten years or systems to two hundred three hundred users on the system and one point in time, so that was kind of component one. Then we managed to saw first. First revenue deal component number two announce the Talisman Repsol, and then from there we kind of added components, and then during the downturn of fifteen sixteen I decided I was going to use that timeframe wisely. Which is what I'm trying to do now as well so what we did was we built out We built out our financial application and our job stuff so from there. By the time we emerged from Downton, we had most of the components of upstream built, and then we talk I next couple clients and one of the clients who worked with really extensively as As W PX and Tulsa, and they'd just been a fantastic group to work with. I can't say enough about them, but they actually help us take our upstream Europe. From what I call kind of version one, which was cobbled together a little bit to fully function featured platform that's fantastic, and that really hasn't able to sell so also since we've finished that project in March of two thousand nineteen, we've been about ninety percent of the upstream deals in which is pretty incredible. Users specifically focused on the the accounting portion of the business went upstream movie division orders jibs. Carbon Accounting fixed assets financial county at the end of the day. All exactly revenue counting all that we're county, and the we have land of course well, which I think is an important component of that and we really just two point..

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Cards Against Humanity Co-Founder Quits After Complaints Over Sexist, Racist Office Culture

WBBM Evening News

00:36 sec | Last week

Cards Against Humanity Co-Founder Quits After Complaints Over Sexist, Racist Office Culture

"FM one of the creators of the popular and controversial card game is leaving the company but not on good terms that Simpson is stepping down the website polygons system can who helped create cards against humanity faced growing complaints about inappropriate conduct Chicago based company system came with a longer interact with staff or draw salary some current and former employees claim the company has maintained a racist and sexist culture in a statement the company said a few years ago it reduced Max's managerial role in response to complaints from sap but he says it's clear that we didn't fully appreciate the severity of the problem Keith Johnson is ready one of five point

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Vaccine Efforts Need to Focus on Vulnerable Group: Older Adults

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Vaccine Efforts Need to Focus on Vulnerable Group: Older Adults

"Health experts are worried about whether coronavirus vaccines under development will adequately protect the elderly Wall Street journal reports this is sparking efforts to make sure there are shops that can help the vulnerable group older adults are specially susceptible to infection by the virus and at higher risk of falling critically ill and dying at least partly because their immune systems have lost strength with aids public health officials and scientists are concerned that a weakened immune system could also limit the effectiveness of a coronavirus vaccine just as it has sapped the power of other shots in older

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Managing Grief and Anxiety in Difficult Times With Aneesh Chaudhry

Live Happy Now

05:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Managing Grief and Anxiety in Difficult Times With Aneesh Chaudhry

"It's safe to say that. At any given time, everyone is going through something in their lives, but rarely do we have a situation where so many people are collectively going through such a trying time. To good news is, we're going to get through this and we can use this time to build new habits and be stronger than before. This week's guest is here to talk about how to manage our energy and deal with such negative emotions as grief loss anxiety. Chowdhry is founder of the brain health clinic soul, physio lifestyle where he works with a team of doctors, psychologists and other healthcare professionals take a whole body approach to wellness. He's here to talk about what he's seen. And what practices we all can use to stay mentally and physically fit during this time. A niche welcome to happy now. Thank you so much for having me. I'm excited to be here. Yeah, I'm excited to talk to you. Because we are in a time of very rapid change, you know for the past few weeks. A lot of our podcasts have dealt with what people are doing as their quarantine during lockdown, but you're now. We're starting to open up yet. We still see a lot of uncertainty so. To start things off. Can you talk about some of the tips you might offer for managing kind of uncertainty were dealing with right now. The biggest piece of advice giving clients a lot of other people I've spoken to on different podcast. Enemies been doing is. To be in a place of acceptance and when I say sapped, accepting the fact that there is a lot of different things that we can't change, that are happening in the world, and not to say they're not a big deal to minimize it, but for our own sake, our own well-being stressing out of. These things that we may controls ultimate can be counterproductive for our own help our wellbeing and it's really important being catered to that and coming to a place of. Understanding that you know it's really really vital that we use our resources in terms of our time, our energy to focus on being able to rebuild our lives to whatever degree that been affected by this whole pandemic. Glad. You brought that up. Because acceptance is something that I've really been doing a meditation on most of last couple of weeks, and it doesn't mean resignation. Some people feel like if I accepted then. That's kind of resignation. Can you talk about what acceptance does for us? We're acceptance does is a free space in your mind in your spirit to be able to focus on the things that really are going to make a positive impact on life was ultimately when you're in a place of fighting things, you can't control and exerting energy to trying to change things that you simply don't have control over I. Don't WanNa say the word waste, but I guess in a way it is going to be a waste of our resources because I mean you know people talk so much about time out front whose time one concept I really liked to talk about introduce of maybe even to some people. Listening is the concept of energy management. Would, that is really really thinking about Okinawa, only how am I spending my time, but how is my mind engaged am I truly fully present what I'm doing or my worried anxious. Ignore what happened yesterday? What could happen? Because when you spend time thinking about the past or worrying about the future that drains a significant amount of energy and being able to stay grounded in the present moment alway. Mindful place than us on a position where we can begin to analyze irrational standpoint, not from an emotional standpoint in terms of okay, here's. How say the pandemic has influenced when light ABC and here's what I can do? About how to solve that? I'm glad you brought that up because it gets difficult if you turn on the news, because even though they're saying Oh, hey were opening up a little, and it's getting better, but we can expect a second wave so i. hear a lot of people parodying that they're saying you know it's like hey. Things are getting better. They're like yeah, but this is coming, so would they are putting energy into yet? Don't get too comfortable. Don't like this too much because it's GonNa. Get again. And I think just inevitably when you have a quarantine of this degree, and yes, I mean that you can flatten the curve or save it when you do open up. The virus is still circulating so I. think that we will see more aces, but then at the same time this was part of the processed I mean I really had to come into a? A place of accepting that it's summer most troubling times I've seen in my life and I know I probably will see the duration of my life, but I've also use this time as a time to go inwards and really learn and spend time doing things that I wouldn't have time doing and I been in California. Say running my businesses like I normally would. And it's opened up opportunities to meet people with this new virtual platform that everyone's having to adopt in really becoming with the social distancing, really having utilized zoom, and whether it's with friends family business I've met more people over the past two months than I met my hordes light, just because of accessibility optimism as

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U.S. consumer sentiment has inched upward in May: Univ. of Michigan

Morning Edition

01:14 min | Last month

U.S. consumer sentiment has inched upward in May: Univ. of Michigan

"Was April a closely watched survey from the university of Michigan just now shows consumer sentiment edged up only slightly in may with businesses reopening the consumer mood still is not lifting much market places Mitchell Hartman has background consumers are now feeling slightly more confident about the economy overall but people's anxiety about their own personal finances is still sky high says economist John Lear at polling firm morning consult millions Americans have filed for unemployment insurance it's unclear whether or not those workers are still able to meet their basic spending needs and Lear says about half of those who've lost jobs or had their hours cut aren't even getting benefits pretty sure holds at the economic policy institute says that's sapping confidence too that means that they are trying to subsist on much lower income they're going to have to cut their spending and it will make the recession worse and consumers remain very concerned about code nineteen continuing to spread leaner projects as a result we will not see any sort of a rebound in consumer spending in the near term at least until consumers are more willing to go out to dine and shop again I'm Mitchell Hardman for

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Near Los Angeles, Ventura County restaurants begin welcoming back dine-in customers after more than 2 months

KNX Evening News

03:00 min | Last month

Near Los Angeles, Ventura County restaurants begin welcoming back dine-in customers after more than 2 months

"If you happen to live in Los Angeles county and you want to you want to visit an exotic world a world with strange new custom you reading it likes the starter yeah we don't have a daughter at Johnny we noticed on the floor not as much people gone well and there is a kind of new universe this weekend if you've been living in Los and very good my because up in the Ventura county over this Memorial Day weekend you can actually eat I can't believe I'm even saying this you can eat in a restaurant I know people are going what yes you can eat in a restaurant along I know Kelly long is a Ventura county supervisor and chair of the board of supervisors thank you for joining us so this sounds like a strange like I said a weird place to go now you can like eat in a restaurant there yeah thank you for having me on today denture accounting is very honored to be able to move to the accelerated state you I. we are actually the first the largest southern California county to receive this approval from the California department of public health and we are working with our businesses to get them up and running so we're very excited about that to those to be in first what does it look like in practice because this is still a new normal type situation not like how it used to be well we're advising our local people to call a restaurant's first to make sure one that they're open if that was just released and we are working with our businesses to have them register online at W. W. W. dot B. C. re open dot com so that they can make sure that all the safety operations are in place based on the state guidance and so basically if you go to a restaurant way they are supposed to be facing people out make sure their customers are distance from one another our servers and other staff will be required to wear a mask to follow the state guide guidance and we do not have a mass requirements for a resident by private businesses may require bass is there a sap which most and we are also still suggesting that you can pick up or have a delivery from the restaurant as well another thing that's going to be happening is that our retail stores will be able to is be a major open problem and brewing other for retail working businesses parents with exterior camps facing of summer schools entrances almost all the child day care and options customers are still can unavailable go inside their so stores we're supposed just to do like with kids with this summer a target if or you Costco have to go back to the office so we and then are some wanting non covert to make sure news our economy first Lori is Loughlin still driving hunter fashion designer husband forward reaching a plea deal even in though the college people admissions need and to be cheating scandal safely case distancing and then there's and the university of following California all the on pressures the verge of the stay of well

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But Why Live: Poetry

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

06:34 min | Last month

But Why Live: Poetry

"Oscar is ten and lives in Bethlehem Pennsylvania and he told us he wrote this poem for Mother's Day bike rides with Mama another scrape. My knees keep donating bloody skin to the sidewalk. Here comes Mama keeping a straight face even though I know she must be laughing inside because it's not the first time I ride my bike into a fire hydrant since we took off the training wheels. I've been living on the edge the edge of sidewalk the edge of Aggressee Hill. The Japan nerves no longer our arms on my shoulder while I ride but she is always there. I remember clapping when I wrote up to the mailbox. You're doing it. She cheered. That was three years ago now. Whenever WE GONE by Christ's we travel miles. It's our thing on narrow streets. She leads the way otherwise. We're side by side even uphill in those. She's not holding my shoulders like she did when I was seven. I know I will always have balanced because of her. That's what a mother does to ride my bike with Mama to tell her without words that I love her Oscar. I love that poem. I Bet your mother was so so happy to get it. Here's a poem from Cassia. Who's seven and lives in Chatham on Tour Ontario? Her poem is called name is waterfall. I walk slowly down the rocks. My eyes are big whitish blue. I carry a bubble of water by breath salty. My touches software misty. I moved fast and sneaky voices. Smooth soft common scratchy. Right name is my name is waterfall casio. That is so beautiful all right. Let's get into more poems. We have more of you who are calling in to read some poems on air and some of you may have questions about poems and poetry that you'd like to share with us as well and I want to bring in our guide for the our Ted. Shy Ted is known as the poetry guy around here in Vermont and beyond. He's been teaching poetry. Two Kids for more than twenty years and some of you listening might have been about to have a school event with Ted shy before your classes got canceled so lucky us. He's with us today. Ted I Jane. I'm so excited to talk poetry with you. Even more thrilled than you. This is such a cool honor to be on your awesome show. Oh thank you thank you but I'm going to start with a really tough question for you. Although I think it's one you've probably answered many many times. So Ted when we think about poems some poems rhyme some poems. Don't some have a few words and then skip to the next line. Some have lines that run together. Some poems are designed to be read on the page others are designed to be spoken and heard a loud some poems follow rules about form and structure. Once you know the rules. Some poems still break them. Some poems are very very short but some like the epic poetry of homer are as long as a chapter book and have characters and plot like a novel would so ted. What is poetry? That's a hard question and you listed so many different ways because that's what homes are. There are lots of different things to me. A poem is a small mostly small. It's focused it's laser focused on one important thing in your life. Something you feel really strongly about and it's sort of like if if kids live in the northeast and especially in Vermont. They know that Maple Syrup for example is something we do here. We make here. And when you make Maple Syrup you take lots and lots of Sap from the maple tree and you have to boil it down and it takes forty drops of maple sap to make one delicious drop of Maple Syrup that dances on your tongue. And it's kind of a process that everybody has to take this long mostly long process of sort of distilling boiling down your thoughts until it becomes a really important night and idea and it doesn't have to take any particular shape. That's the cool thing about poems. A rules are super flexible. So but so if a poem can be anything if you're writing one. Oh that's a good question. Well it's sort of an open thing you. There's so many different shapes and sizes of poems but it is something that you know in your heart. You've written something. Like Oscar was writing about such detail and living I love the way he described living on the edge and Cossio filled with details about her voice and their breath is and it's looking at things really really carefully and so did I answer your question. Not really because there isn't there isn't really an answer. Poems take so many different forms but they're not stories there even though Oscar kind of told story. It's it's really just a focus little expression of something super important so those epic poems and epic poets like homer and you know the the Odyssey and the Iliad are those really kind of different than what we consider modern poems. I think so. I have a hard time There aren't too many poets that long stuff these days and back when they wrote those they didn't even write them down. Had people who memorize like and they would share it for many many days. Twenty four seven without stopping so that was kind of an unusual story type of poem and epic Narrative Poem. And fortunately there aren't. Most people writes shorter stuff and I certainly do myself. I'm kids. Maybe that's a good assignment for you. See if you can just recite a poem. Twenty four seven. See what you think about that. Maybe maybe you can tell them that. Ted Shy told you you should do it. Let's get to some poems. That kids are sending us and we have lots of kids calling in Ted who WanNa read their poems allowed and this is so exciting because I love it when are able to read their own poems but we got a found poem that was sent to us by the common dish town elementary sixth grade class they actually wrote this palm on zoom. They're having video conference meetings and they focused on things to do outside so each student put a line in the chat box in their video conference and hit send at the very same time and this is the poem that resulted watching the birds. That land on my feet feeder going hiking riding my bike bright orange caterpillar under the leaves. I breathe in air running down the sidewalk as fast as I can smelling the bright tulips growing. Love it outside. That's pretty good for palm that everybody hit send on at the same time. Don't you all say the ending? The last line is the perfect line for that yeah. Nothing's no kidding. Thank you for that. Kevin dish sixth-graders.

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A surfer was killed in a shark attack off a Northern California beach, state park officials said Saturday

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

A surfer was killed in a shark attack off a Northern California beach, state park officials said Saturday

"A twenty six year old surfer died after he was attacked by a shark of the Santa Cruz County coast today key CBS's Keith Menconi spoke with witnesses sap ma'am rhesus state beach I'm told that the incident occurred around one thirty eight witnesses nearby described a frantic scene as emergency vehicles raced back and forth across the beach trying to offer age unfortunately the twenty six year old victim was pronounced dead at the

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Hope and Worry Mingle as Countries Relax Coronavirus Lockdowns

Rush Limbaugh

14:05 min | 2 months ago

Hope and Worry Mingle as Countries Relax Coronavirus Lockdowns

"Again just to repeat I had to run through some things pretty quickly Germany is re opening all of its shops and allowing soccer Italy Spain and France have eased their lock downs after the hot spots in those countries have now seen a record low number of coronavirus cases something that my my point is that lockdowns are being lifted all over the world not just here in the in the United States and there is mounting pressure to keep states close to keep the lockdown on and in place in the United States primarily in Democrat run states and we all know what the reason for this is there is an ongoing effort to **** the American economic recovery if you want to call it that whatever the renewed economic activity is and it's it's breathtaking to behold it really has a people talk about we got across the aisle we gotta show people that we can work together we gotta have demonstrated that we can make sure the government can work and we we can't even unified on a pandemic we're not it does not actually does surprise me at all because I know Eric and laughed I know the backwards and forwards I know today's Democrat party and I and I know what their political objectives are I'm just telling you they don't care capitalism is taking a hit that's in fact there's some of the some things happening in this in this situation that they have been secretly hoping would happen some day somehow main socialist by design don't like capitalism they've been looking for ways to damage and destroy it this thing is come along it's a godsend to many people on the left and so your your your if you if you have people who consider the United States is the problem in the world because the United States is too big it's too big a superpower it's too big economically it's just not fair something like this comes along and can cut the United States down to size twenty people in this country most of the Democrat party who are all for it I don't believe me I don't but it it it may be something you don't want to just take a look at where states are shut down I will continue to be shut down where governors don't want to open them up ask what party they're in and ask what could the reasons for this continued lockdown and the continued destruction of people's economic fortunes and watch what could that be about what purpose does it serve because believe me it serves a purpose keeping a state walk down keeping people in financial ruin with no opportunity to go back to work it does serve a particular political objective and that objective of course beating Donald Trump in November it sounds simplistic to some of you but it is the case I was reading I mentioned earlier in the program you can guardian is a column here my somebody named Francine prose I never heard of her I don't even know she's a real person is a sort of name or whatever but the piece is entitled what Americans ever forgive trump for his heart was lack of compassion the some heavy is while the nation grieves the US president has spent less than five minutes expressing compassion for those who are suffering we can't help thinking how much less worried we would be if a humane competent well informed adult was making the decisions that affect us all now that intrigues me because I want to ask you just just point blank take everything that's happening and leave it in place everything that has happened everything that is happening and what you think the immediate future all the words do you think Major League Baseball will play this season do you think the NFL will kick off with fans in the stands whatever you think yes fine if you think you know whatever whatever you think of the current circumstances would you be thinking differently would you be less worried if somebody we're in the White House expressing compassion for people who are stuck when it change your attitude about any of this what are you against compassion all I'm not against conventional put words in my mouth I'm asking what good does it do in the context of what we're talking about here what by the way that what Americans ever forgive trump for his heart was lack of compassion where has it been established that is heartless so there's a there's a gigantic presumption this whole thing off which is companies are heartless SOB about Americans know it and trump needs to get their forgiveness quick because trump is making this worse trump is making those wars because he doesn't have any compassion for the people suffering the nation is grieving now what is trump doing what do you define compassion a whole bunch of different ways but can optimism being compassion I know that trump refuses they get caught up in pessimism he doesn't like it he doesn't want to be identified with it he want he doesn't he doesn't want to be involved in things that create panic so trump well often times be optimistic because he thinks that's far more productive and far more helpful for people then just sit there and wring his hands together and talk about how sandy is because there are certain things that you just assume nobody is happy with the number of people who have died here nobody is happy with the number of people are sick should you have to save that for people to understand that about you what we give you an example this happened when I was out you remember the brouhaha that erupted after trump at one of the briefings talked about the possibility of injecting Clorox or whatever was you remember the outrage over this you remember people talking about how dumb and stupid all my god how embarrassing trump actually all dirty looked at the score of queen and he's asking her to confirm they could someday shook people up with Marshall it's dangerous this guy is an absolute these stupid people were saying now what happened what happened is the trump was briefed on some news that was announced who who's the guy who was the what department wasn't wasn't FEMA somebody made an announcement at that briefing that they had discovered the virus doesn't do well in high temperatures it doesn't do well on services it lasts thirty seconds with disinfectant Clorox whatever it was well trump had been briefed on all that a mere couple of minutes before the briefing and start I don't believe Donald Trump actually thinks or thought or to shoot anybody up what Y. sol rocks what Donald Trump is is I can do what kind of person and if he here is that this virus is wiped out in thirty seconds with exposure to whatever it was Clorox then his mind is going okay so how do we apply that and he thinks out loud how do we apply that if that if that kills it then how do we apply that to people who have a deep thanks out loud he's not literally thinking of shooting people up with one of these disinfectants are and yet the assumption was that he was thinking that the assumption was that he saw store but any such a fool that he literally want to go grab a patient and get a syringe and put some parts in there and have doctor works should the person up in sap the virus he's not and yet everybody reacted to it as though he is that stupid the is that heart was that he is that I have encountered that side of Donald Trump won the day all of the state of the union and which Catherine I were his gas and I got the presidential medal of freedom you would not believe what all had to happen for me to get to Washington that day and none of it what happened were it not for him making it happen things that you would say are impossible to get done in two hours or three cannot do he did it all he's just he's a can do kind of person he doesn't have no aunt or something negative in his it is make up so we goes about these briefings yeah the briefer was the homeland security undersecretary for science in fact the bill Ryan was built brand came out told everybody what happened to the virus in high humidity and high temperatures and certain kinds of disinfectants and so forth all Donald Trump as a problem solver and he likes to encourage people he likes to inspire people he likes to get people moving and he does think things that a lot of people that can't be done candy any doesn't just sit there one second if he's dealing with somebody who thinks something can't be done he's going to try to tell it can the mistake here was to do this impromptu ad libbing in front of cameras but I guarantee you that had the cameras not been there had trouble learn this so he would have been asking the boys are some way we can apply this is there some way we can take what you've just learned here and apply it to the way we're treating people with the virus he doesnt mean shut him up with this impact of poison is there something to learn here whether we actually this was just so over the top you remember trump any of trump's foolish trump this trump slap it was so bad that trump himself his staff got you got to go out to you got to fix this so I went out there the next day in trump said I was being sarcastic I was being sarcastic with the media I was asking a sarcastic wit that's obviously not what he was doing hi I wish I had been in the meeting to formulate the strategy the procedure here for dealing with with this because believe me it could have been converted into a total positive the reason I bring all this up is because it we have a piece here in the UK guard it will Americans ever forgive trump for his heart was lacking the last thing Donald Trump is as heartless and the last thing he has none of his compassion it is the exact opposite Donald Trump believes everybody's capable of greatness he believes it everybody's capable of accomplishing things he doesn't believe in sitting around and rubbing people's shoulders and saying it's okay you suck you're never going to amount to anything but I'll make you feel better about it he doesn't believe in that inspiring people getting the most out of people particularly people work for him particularly for people that can't do the things that he needs done it is that he can't do himself he needs those people come through we can't help thinking how much less worried we would be if I humane competent well informed the doubt was making the decisions that affect this there's another pull cord from his face and yet we've learned that Franklin Roosevelt turned away refugees from Hitler's Europe we can still imagine how comforting it was for those who lived through the Great Depression hearing his radio speech also people were suffering in the Great Depression and lost everything but somehow listening to Roosevelt on the radio made him feel better maybe you've made them feel better but it did not change their circumstances my mother used to get real mad at me she make me eat everything on the plate I'm sure yours did too and if I didn't do it she would say things like you know there are people there are people on the other side of the house over in China starving they would let us is also mom let me ask if I eat everything on his plate or some Chinese kids going to be rubbing your stomach I feel so full now you know smart aleck you'll be quiet you don't set your mother that left I'm sorry this one to me how my eating something is going to fill up a bunch of chai com Bally's wow right sure really I'm just missed through real real folks and I know exactly what troubles with this idea here that the American people cannot function we

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Here’s What Warren Buffett Says About The Coronavirus And His Outlook On Stocks

Motley Fool Answers

06:57 min | 2 months ago

Here’s What Warren Buffett Says About The Coronavirus And His Outlook On Stocks

"May kicked off with one of the biggest events of the investment calendar the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting. Hey hurrah but instead of forty thousand people flocking to Omaha. Warren Buffett sat at a table in a near Empty Auditorium. Under did either of you watch it at all. It was kind of the surreal experience. Now I saw two seconds of it. I haven't gotten around to it but it is always. It still blows my mind. That forty thousand people go to Omaha just to maybe get a chance to see Warren Buffett. That's crazy and it's crazy that he can sit up there for that long and answer question after question after question now usually also joined by Charlie. Munger this year he was not instead he was joined by Greg able able. Who is the vice chairman in charge of all operate operate instead of Insurance? But it still went on for more than four hours. Wow I more than an hour was a presentation that he gave so I listened to the entire meeting. Impasse episodes I would. I've said that sort of my personal investing philosophy is be a short-term pessimist at a long-term optimist and that sorta seems to me was the message of the whole meeting so on the pessimistic side. They're clearly not doing anything you know. They've still kept most of their one hundred thirty billion in cash. He did not use the downturn as an opportunity to go on a buying spree. He essentially he likened previous downturns to train. That is slowing down. This time. He said we took the economic train off the tracks. And I don't know of any historical parallel in the range of possibilities on the economic side are still extraordinarily wide in other words. They're still sitting pat on what they're going to do. He also said quote. We have not done anything because we don't see anything that attractive to do. Heels actually spent a good deal of time talking about some of the past challenges and failings America's history so for example. He pointed out that. Despite the fact that we have a declaration of independence that claims that all men are created equal. When you look at the three point nine million people living in the original thirteen states and seven thousand nine hundred fifteen percent were slaves pointed out that during the civil war six percent of the male population between the ages of eighteen and sixty died. The twenty twenty equivalent of that would be four million deaths according to Warren Buffett and then it took one hundred thirty one years for women to have the right to vote at another sixty one years until a woman was appointed to the Supreme Court so we often talks about the long term success of America. He did spend a good bit of time talking about some of the things that we have not done so well. He spent a particular amount of time on going over the Great Depression I think partially because he was born in the middle of the Great Depression so he pointed out. It's September nine hundred twenty nine. The Dow was at three eighty one. Five hundred didn't exist back then so he just using the Dow and then in a little more than two months it was down forty nine percent to one ninety eight. You Move Ahead to August twenty ninth nineteen thirty. Which is the day before he was born. It was backed up to two forty so and it rebounded twenty percent. People have found that like okay. Stocks went down but there. They've gone back up back then. People were thinking that they were on the verge of the Great Depression. You go ahead less than two years to July thirty two. The Dow is down to forty one so from the peak went from three eighty one to forty one a decline of eighty nine percent and the Dow did not get back to its nineteen twenty nine peak until nineteen fifty four. Wow he did point out that people got dividends at back then. Dividends were higher but still price percentage the market was down for more than twenty years so buffet called the Great Depression a testing period. That caused some people that lose faith in America. I don't know if he was playing out to say like times ahead could be tougher than we think or just pointing out that America has seen worse times but regardless he says that anyone's going to lose faith in America that's a big mistake which brings us to his persistent message of being a long-term optimistic pointed out that despite all these challenges from seventeen eighty nine until today the wealth of the of the United States has grown five thousand percent and that's adjusted for inflation. He also pointed out that since the year he graduated from college in Nineteen Forty nine at the age of nineteen one dollar in the Dow has grown to one hundred dollars. So how do people benefit from what he calls the American miracle? Well as he often does and I think it's always interesting that he does this during the Berkshire hathaway annual meeting because it's an annual meeting of people who own individual stocks. He thinks the vast majority of people should just by an S. and P. Five Hundred Index Fund and. He mentioned that's what he does. That's what he has directed his will when he passes away swimming. He predeceased. His wife. Ninety percent of that wealth will go into an SAP hundred index fund. In fact one question asked about Berkshires underperformance as a stock. It's underperformed this year as well as the last decade a something. I know personally because I've owned Berkshire for more than a decade and he was basically said. I agree that that's an issue. He said that the truth is that I recommended. Sap Five Hundred Index Fund. To most people. And I happen to believe that Berkshire is about a solid is any single investment can be in terms of earning over time. But I would bet my life on whether we beat the sap five hundred over the next ten years so as always with buffet. It comes down to betting on America for the long term. But it's clearly means the long term to be like very long-term it mentioned the timeframe twenty to thirty years a couple of times the only truly positive thing he said about shorter timeframe at least that I can remember was in response to a question about whether Berkshire expect significant significant layoffs among its workforce which at this point. It employs almost four hundred thousand people in response. He said that some businesses will have to make adjustments. See's candies closed down. Nebraska Furniture Mart. Some of their factories may have issues. It's the funniest list of companies. I'm sorry Oh it's like it's very clean seas it's like what. Why Energy facturing? Yeah it's it's everything it's all these companies that you like. Yeah I think I've I think I've heard of Kim or have it at all. It's quite amazing. But well while he expects it some there will be have to be some layoffs. He doesn't expect them to be significant in that five years from now he expects Berkshire we'll be employing considerably more people so that to me says he expects five years from now. Things will fully recover and I think that's a reasonable timeframe. I certainly expected in five years. This time period will feel like somewhat of a distant memory. I certainly hope so But it's certainly possible that over the next year or two things could turn out to be pretty rocky

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Dallas - Texas Motor Speedway To Host 2020 Graduation Ceremonies For All Denton County Schools

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Dallas - Texas Motor Speedway To Host 2020 Graduation Ceremonies For All Denton County Schools

"Motor motor speedway speedway saves saves graduation graduation ceremonies ceremonies for for seniors seniors at at Denton Denton county county high high school's school's TMS TMS president president Eddie Eddie Gossage Gossage says says sap sap for for all all school school districts districts in in the the county county are are gonna gonna be be holding holding their their commencement commencement ceremonies ceremonies at at the the speedway speedway students students will will be be on on pit road and receive a diploma etcetera while the parents families and friends in their cars like a drive in movie theater I get to watch in here the ceremony on big Hoss and through their car radios how bout that Gossage says given the massive size of Texas motor speedway graduation ceremonies for even the biggest graduating classes can be held while people continue to practice very safe social distancing

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Finding New Antibiotics with Machine Learning

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06:07 min | 2 months ago

Finding New Antibiotics with Machine Learning

"Don't you break down for me? What the machine learning approach that they used here. And what kind of advanced does this represent took this machine learning model that they made and they traded on about twenty five hundred molecules and use that to train binary classification models to predict probability of whether it new compound would inhibit the growth of e coli or not and then turn to the truck library Library of six thousand compounds. That are ready in human clinical development for wide variety of indications and at this point the compared several different models and after narrowing down there's molecules and actually predicting toxicity using different neural networks. They've came up with this particular molecule and Howson and then thirdly lastly in the process they went on to apply machine learning motto after iteration and optimization too much broader set zinc fifteen data set with over a billion a half structures and under machine learning side. What's key here's the deep learning network that the US didn't really rely on any information about the chemical structures of molecules. It actually really built new representations called for years. A lot of people represented molecules with these fingerprint factors reflected things like presence or absence of functional. Groups are descriptors and comparable properties but relying on known fingerprints. Didn't really work that well. And that's why you know. A lot of the old antibiotic screening process gives you a lot of the same classes of molecules over and over again and what they did here they actually have these fingerprint descriptors that were built from. Scratch well you know. What you're describing is still a fingerprint. Right into dimensional vector to describe molecules. I think perhaps what's different is at deep learning approach. You can try to infer what the right descriptors should be. That's the hallmark of all of the deep. Learning approaches for drug design is at the end deep learning in general that recall even when we're just talking about conventional neural nets for image recognition the ideas that CNN's for image. Recognition versus classical computational vision. Is that in the classical approach? That person's defines what the right features are and so similarly. You know it's interesting that you can feed any representation of molecule into computer which parts of the interesting ones. You can have just like old school computer version. You could have a human being say all these in the important ones but a a beauty of DNA approach which is Ucla but also in many precursor works. That helps understand. What are the key aspects? And what are the interesting ones? And that is really. I think the big difference between what you can get in modern deep learning with machine learning versus classical machine learning with like random forest or something like that right so deep learning helps us figure out what we don't know versus focusing only on what we already know or what we think we know what makes Alison an attractive candidate for further research and development. What are some of the properties that they discovered without a doubt certainly a really potent inhibitor of e? Coli and you know. Further investigation showed that Halston has strong growth. Inhibitory effects on a wide following spectrum of pathogens. They tried it on. C. Money and which is one of the highest priority pathogens that is urgently required for in terms of antibiotics and then more. Interestingly it was even able to eradicate equal I persist yourselves that remained after episode and treatment so pretty strong efficacy and pretty low talked based on their screen. It also checks the box of something that is really structurally divergent from conventional antibiotics. And so certainly a very powerful new class of antibiotics that could potentially be strong candidate for further development. Yeah the fact that they found the antibiotic they showed it worked in vitro they showed. It worked in Vivo. And then they also did some experiments together this mechanism of action suggesting that Howson selectively disrupts the Ph potential across the bacterial membrane this saps the Proton motive force which is like the battery of the cell so all antibiotics. It's disrupting an essential cellular function but this appears to be a distinct and new function. That's being targeted super elegant work such a complete well rounded story. Yeah well I mean I think one of the things that really stands out here. Is that full stack of experiments. That they've done where it goes. All the way from looking at they might see in a dish to going through mice and one of the appealing things about studying antibiotics. And this often even pertain. Santa Viral that the animal models are pretty good with something like alzheimers. On the far extreme where animals are generally not very good. And so it's appealing that one could go. Do all of this. You know. Probably not requiring huge budget and therefore get something on the other side of that. Looks kind of intriguing beyond initial discovery? Can this kind of machine? Learning based approach be applied to other aspects of either earlier late stage drug development. Yeah it's it's brought Tommy with the fun thing about it. There's a reason why it's a broad topic because there's a broad range of things you can do. I mean you could talk about identifying targets and there's a lot of work to do there an extra shooting novel targets. It's really interesting. Time to go after novel targets. You could talk about identifying leads. Basically what's been done here that identification leads and then the testing of them. These compounds are leads but presumably. They're not drug like so they have to be optimized so there's these methods helping lead optimization and then along the way hopefully you'd want to also be screening for talks and so there's a ton of methods that are getting really surprisingly accurate basically the beautiful thing about a machine learning approach like this is at the approach for the most part is pretty agnostic to what you're predicting and that the processes you're building up can be useful one last thing and this is maybe the holy grail dream is that if you're predicting a lot of properties for a lot of different systems with a whole bunch of molecules in some multitask like framework where one model is predicting all of it. You can learn from all of it and that you develop even though you might not have a lot of data in any single project or any single area here. The sum of all this data now is huge and helps to regularise your predictions to make them less over fit and more

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Coronavirus accelerates decline of slumping coal industry

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Coronavirus accelerates decline of slumping coal industry

"The coal industry was already hurting before the corona virus and the pandemic is made things even tougher lockdowns are shut off lights in offices in schools sapping demand for electricity provided by coal fired power plants coal production the U. S. is not expected to drop twenty five percent this year the worldwide decline in electricity consumption has resulted in at least one obvious benefits clear skies and lower

Coronavirus accelerates decline of slumping coal industry

Black and Gold Sunday with Rob Pratte

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Coronavirus accelerates decline of slumping coal industry

"The coal industry was already hurting before the corona virus and the pandemic has made things much worse lockdowns have shut off lights in schools and offices sapping demand for electricity provided by coal fired power plants coal production in the U. S. is now expected to drop twenty five percent in twenty twenty the federal government hasn't acted on the industry's request for eight hundred and twenty two million dollars in relief or unions concerns about the safety of minors at risk of catching the virus the worldwide decline in electricity consumption has resulted in at least one benefit clear skies and lower

How Will Your SOPs Change After The Lockdown?

Trent365

02:02 min | 2 months ago

How Will Your SOPs Change After The Lockdown?

"Welcome to day? Twenty nine of the lockdown here in Malaysia. Or as I like to call it the first day about third lockdown because here in Malaysia. We do it in two weeks ages. Apparently nobody wants to say that you looked for a month. Let's just say that you have got another two weeks so we start out. Third Consecutive two week lockdown as of today. Now when things finally leave to win we stopped to go back to work without spas or allowed to open again or whatever business sees how are you going to need to adjust and change your sap? Your standard operating procedures hygiene is one of those things that obviously has become a big focus as a result of this now when it comes to hotels spas. You would assume that there's a pretty good level of hygiene anyway. But he's a good enough. I you washing hands between receiving guests. For example. I know a lot of spas. Ps that between your buddy treatment in your face treatment of course it you wash your hands but not necessarily an sap that says h guest. You need to wash hands. I you wearing face masks during treatments and a lot of SPAS HEAVY. So ps that during facials they do but during massages they. Don't maybe that something that you need to implement now in fact I'm actually strongly recommended. What about how you're keeping your guest apart? How they socially distancing inside the spa do you have everybody sitting side by side in the consultation area? Can you may be the consultations now in the treatment room as opposed to in that consultation area just to be able to respect the social distancing expectations whether it's a rule of not whether it's regulation on not actually doesn't matter you now have the chance to prepare for what is likely to come on the other side and whether that likely means that it's the rule or regulation all that likely just means that the guests expected now is the time to be taking a look at all of your recipes and imagining them. Imagining THEM IN I post cove in nineteen world. What exactly are people looking for? What are best practices? What should we be changing?

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WhatsApp limits forwarding of messages to try to slow coronavirus misinformation

Midday News

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

WhatsApp limits forwarding of messages to try to slow coronavirus misinformation

"What sap is placing new limits on the forwarding of viral messages starting today messages that have been identified as highly forwarded meaning that they were sent through a chain of five or more people can only be forwarded to a single person the move is designed to crack down on misinformation and slow the spread of those

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New 'Tiger King' Episode Coming to Netflix

Mark Simone

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

New 'Tiger King' Episode Coming to Netflix

"By the way Joe Bartlett you're a tiger King fan right yes this I don't know how the hell the sap and this became the number one the quarantine show tiger king it's a documentary what's it on Netflix well yes I think it is yeah all right it's so big so popular there now ordered a new season of tiger king and how fast they can get this up it's hard to do any production at the time of entry I have a feeling the new season is footage it was lying on the floor in the

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Wisconsin governor suspends in-person voting for primary

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

07:12 min | 3 months ago

Wisconsin governor suspends in-person voting for primary

"Brand well because of current virus Wisconsin governor Tony Evers has suspended in person voting in tomorrow's presidential primary he's a Democrat and his order comes after nearly a week of back and forth with Republicans in the state legislature there they rejected a request from the governor to postpone the primary like other states have meanwhile the Supreme Court is weighing a lower court judge's order to extend Wisconsin's deadline to submit absentee ballots Jessica Levinson is here to talk about all this with us she's a law professor at Loyola law school in a regular legal legal hello hello well let's begin with even order it postpones in person voting and he did that unilaterally does he have the authority to do that I'm gonna give you everybody's least favorite law professor answer we're not sure and I actually think we're gonna be saying that a lot over the next few months I mean there's going to be a big issue of trying to secure elections and protect elections in the time of a global pandemic and so does the governor have the power to unilaterally change the election date spent a lot of I've been back in Wisconsin about that I hate to say it but we'll know when a judge rules on whether or not that's permissible right and Republicans have resisted that why have they resisted postponing in person voting right so there's no question that legally speaking if the Republican controlled legislature had decided that yes we will postpone the date of the election that that would have been permissible that they as a state as the representatives of the state could have done that what they've said is that we can't postpone for a couple reasons one they said it's not just the presidential primary that's on the ballot it's also a lot of state and local races and we don't want those to stand vacant now Inc in the governor's executive order he said they don't have to stand vacant I'm just going to extend the terms of the state and local officials what the Republicans have also said is that they don't want this huge change an influx of vote by mail because they're worried about issues of fraud and essentially that the election would lack integrity I think all of us frankly the studies on that indicate that those aren't real fears that we don't have to worry about voter fraud date what's much a much bigger worry is making sure that everybody who wants to vote actually camp out right and so along those lines there's also this dispute over absentee ballots a federal judge extended the deadline in Wisconsin and that was upheld by the federal by a federal appeals court but now the Republicans have appealed to the US Supreme Court what's going on there with the absentee ballot dispute yeah what's going on there is there's two parallel tracks one there's a legal track that we were just talking about which is this argument by Republican lawmakers that it really infringes on the integrity of the election to do things like increase vote by mail or route increase the amount of time that you would have to return your ballot and that's kind of the legal argument that's going up and back the second track is really a political one where for Democrats it's better if there's more time if more people show up for Republicans it's really a big game if we don't count those vote by mail if we don't extend the time there's a really big judicial action in the Wisconsin Supreme Court Republicans have I believe the reporting is openly said you know it might have been actually better to have the selection when it's a lower turnout so we're sure we can keep that particular seat this is really a preview of I think a lot of what we might see in the fall these parallel tract arguments on the one hand legal on the other hand political okay let's turn to another story in the news right now in the midst of this huge pandemic at least six conservative states of trying to restrict access to abortion a federal District Court judges blocks nearly all of those orders but not in Texas the fifth circuit court of appeals left aligned Texas go into a fact on a temporary basis so I know a lot of states are saying no to elective medical procedures right now but there seems to be at a time difference here rate when it comes to having an abortion is not considered an elective procedure but not by the American college of obstetricians and gynecologists in so it's gonna feel like deja vu all over again from about forty five seconds ago but what we're seeing in this case is also two different arguments one is the legal argument of whether or not you can basically prohibit and or postpone these abortions the other is really the political argument a lot of Republican controlled states trying to restrict access to an abortion so you know to your question is this really an elective procedure no it really my understanding is medically is not considered an elective procedure and of course there is a much different timeline when it comes to an abortion at a certain point out you've waited so long that it might be for instance illegal under the state's loss to happen abortion in so this brings up again this kind of Wu Ming fight at the Supreme Court at some point we'll have to take up about the contours of abortion rights what grounds on what grounds did the court of appeals let the Texas law go into effect yes so what the Texas court said and as you said this was really an out liar decision every other federal court that's taken the sap has said no you can't implement these types of prohibitions or restrictions Texas court said as the state has the power to do that looking at the states broad police powers to do things like limit the number of elective procedures you have to do other things like we talk about all the time like closing restaurants cook closing schools that it would fall within that power so I think the conservative fifth circuit really kind of went out on a limb and frankly I don't think the ruling is consistent with the current standard they Casey versus Planned Parenthood distinct standard so do you think the Supreme Court will take this one up when it convenes at when and if it reconvenes physically and or virtually it you know it depends on how long this particular prohibition is in place but I think it's gonna be really hard for the court to avoid this they may try and issue some very short opinion which basically says this isn't consistent with our current standard and then wait for a bigger case to come before them to really make the decision about whether or not states can essentially say there's an emergency exception to the current standard that there's an emergency

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We Live On Zoom Now  And That Might Be a Problem

On The Media

08:54 min | 3 months ago

We Live On Zoom Now And That Might Be a Problem

"Zoom has become the default meeting place of the world. There are a lot of virtual conference APPs. What's so special about this one? It has exploded in use mostly because it's reliable. They can handle shoddy connections. It can also facilitate meetings have quite large solid. If you WANNA catch up with friends you're able to do that. And of course this free as well so plateaued from a just videoconferencing piece of software right up to a defacto social network now at last count I believe there were nine hundred crap. Tilles zoom users. But it's free. So what's the business model? It's not advertising. So what then right where they do to encourage people to upgrade to them will premium plans. You can page more features maybe could add more people and businesses especially do this as well but of course there is a loss of alum data transfers loudest while we. Yeah well hold. That thought you first started reporting on Zoom in twenty nineteen even then it showed itself to have one major glitch. Tell me about it. Yeah in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. A research found a pretty serious problem with zoom in that Pretty Skilled Hackett would be able to take over a web camera of Zuma music. Obviously this is probably the last thing you want. Twenty using video conferencing piece of software. Fortunately zoomed did fix that issue but apple also had to push update to sort of deal with it itself as well and put a blemish on zooms record. Yeah and you've been documenting the blemishes. Let's start with the facebook data issue. Facebook and data are two words that when combined give you the Hebrew? Jb's what are the particulars? So I found that when you open the zoom APP It would send data to facebook regardless of whether you actually had a council. Thanks pickle knelt so this included the type of phone. You were using the time zone city you connecting from and unique appetizing. Id that accompany could use potentially two targets advertisements in the future. The key thing was that this was not mentioned explicitly in zooms privacy policy. I mean a lot of APPs do this. It's certainly not uncommon for APPs to send data to facebook. But you would hope for us to make an informed. Decision companies would actually disclose information. And that's not what they did. When I contacted zoom to comment. They took some time a few days later. They actually signed to remove the code that send the data to facebook. Didn't they claim that they weren't even aware that this code was in their software and that facebook was getting this data you know is it just like yeast sitting ambient in the air. How could they not realize that? The code was there so lots of companies including facebook. They push out these so-called software development kits rusty KS which basically bundles of Code Levin APP to lots of features. That means that the APP developer doesn't have to build it from the ground up themselves so he could use the FACEBOOK S. T. K. To perhaps log into Soom via facebook but of course a scientific of that is the cameras result in some of this data transfer and zoom apparently. Wasn't aware of that when they started using this code. Now there is something else that's going on. I guess in the realm of unintended consequences. If you sign up to zoom using your company email you get a bonus now so if you sign up if you'll company or your work email is due will kind of pool if those uses together. So let's say I sign up in my work. Email Joseph Cox advice dot COM resume. Ooh than put all of a vice come uses in my contact list and this is supposed to make it easier for colleagues to communicate with one another because it puts them in the context. That's an interesting featuring it might be helpful. But some users I spoke to they found when they were signing that personal email addresses not affiliated with work whatsoever. They were having fountains of people pushing so that contacts Who will complete strangers and this gave them the ability to trying to start a video call with them. See that name see that photo and see if they were online it seems to be a bit of oversight from Zoom in mats. They allowed some addresses. G Milo Yahoo to not work this feature. But they haven't done it for every single Imelda to make this really weird side effect of strangers exposing their data to one another now. Are there any actual horror stories attendant to this glitch? Not particularly with that issue but it does relate more to the more general zoom bombing issue. Zoom meetings are getting hijacked in a new trend called zoom bombing. I it just seemed like people were checking in and then very quickly devolved into a lot of pornographic images being dumped as screen shots people hosting the public zoom meetings. You know maybe they put out a link and they say hey. We're having a guest today. Who's going to lecture about something or educates us about something and you're welcome to join if you want. But some people are joining and then using a featuring zoom allows them to share. What's on their computer? They press a button and then they abutting resume cool with hardcore pornography. Right help to hate speech against minorities so there is a real spectrum here of all. It may be a funny little prank right up to where they can. It should be targeted harassment as well. You could possibly on your meeting but if you wanted to be public don wants to do that. So you have to go into the settings and disable something else like not letting people share their screens. The burden is delegated to the user to work fast out. There's a one final issue and that concerns. The companies claim that it offers end to end encryption of its matings. That just isn't true. Yeah in their marketing material on their website. Zoom prominently says they have end to end encryption. And this means ensure that if I'm having a zoom conference cool the only two entities can be able to read that communication will view it. It's GonNa be me and the person I'm speaking to the attraction then twins encryption. Why messaging platforms such as what sap have rose. How ever zoom simply does not use into encryption? Even though it says it does the intercept. Fallon's when they went through the technical details approach the company Zoom omitted. It doesn't actually do this. And of course. Incredibly misleading marketing and that needs to be remedied and use these there is also a trade off because zoom has become so large so rapidly and technical limitations of you being able to dial into meeting with a telephone call. Robin with the computer is actually quite complicated to get end to end encryption going but that doesn't mean they should be misleading uses about US tool. It turned out that the only thing that was end to end encrypted was the messaging that users could do back and forth individually while in the larger meeting by Ms Course if use of reads the website and sees encryption. It's not it's going to be fair to the user to assume that that means myzone meetings my big conference schools with my friends. Will my company also criticism this way? But unfortunately that's not the case and these sorts of encryption they used US potentially gives zoom the possibility to look at more use the data. Then it would be if it was properly encrypted. None of what we've been discussing seems that zoom is a menace to our privacy in large way but the company has gotten into the sites of various regulators. What's going on New York? Since lesser to zoom asking him to clarify Walsall Security Measures in privacy protections. They have actually put in place especially as zoom has skyrocketed in popularity and then after our reporting about the facebook data transfer a user did file a class action lawsuit in California citing the state's new data protection. Act arguing that use. The data was transferred without permission. So we have to see if she sends up in court on a K. Principle of Internet law is the notion that platforms are not responsible for the content that they pass along to users. We're zoom fit in in this notion of being held harmless for the mischief of those who use the platform. Yes maybe five. Ten years ago there was a much more widespread belief that facebook and twitter and social networks could be sort of hands off the uses. That thing and we'll stop you if you do anything illegal. But that sort of it that's has been a great cultural shift in that especially around the social networks and they are being particularly more hands on when it comes to all sorts of contents especially harassment. As well and I think logically that could extend to zoom because it's not just a video conferencing piece of software. Today it has become a social network. Children are using zoom teenagers. Young adults everybody basically is on this platform and when harassment is taking place when racial harassment is taking place logically. Zoom also has the same sort of responsibility to protect its uses. Is there a larger lesson to be drawn here? Just about the general risk taken the trade offs that we make when taking advantage of technology particularly social media. The utility is obvious there but not without its dangers. Yeah I mean when a social media ramp or any sorts of communication tech platform you know skyrockets in popularity people need to bear in mind particular risks of that and maybe if the APP hasn't received all that much scrutiny before maybe uses onto worry about that of course it would be nice if companies prioritized the engineering of privacy insecurity before they became massive communication platforms. But at least maybe they can deal with that

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"sap" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"sap" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Sap dripping into a bucket well maple syrup is made from the sap of sugar maple trees the sap is a very dilute sugar solution perhaps two percent sugar and it's cooked down in an evaporator over of a wood or oil fires typically to the concentration sixty seven percent solids which are mostly sugars with the flavors of maple David Marvin runs butternut mountain farm in Johnson Vermont the sap is produced during alternating cold nights and warm days in March and April and it flows from holes that are drilled in the tree seven sixteen inch in diameter three inches deep inside the tree these holes produce sap only until the tree starts growing at which time sap flow stops usually in mid April a single tab for two toddlers and a large tree earlier very lower harm at all to the tree we don't know exactly how much sap is removed from the tree but perhaps five to ten percent of the stored carbohydrates had most would be removed during a normal sugaring season there would be wonderful if we knew what makes half so we don't know all the answers clearly there's a trigger mechanism based on temperature but exactly how the tree works is still a mystery the average tree in an average year will produce about ten gallons of sap and that produces about one quart of syrup per capsule we've been listening to a program from our archives if you want to hear more check out our podcast I'm Jim Metzner and this is the pulse of the planet Vicki how you doing how's the knee it's coming along Dr but still some soreness let's see you know this soon after surgery some pain is pretty normal I was hoping to get more pain killers the first round works great we're being very careful with those now prescription pain killers.

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"sap" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:19 min | 5 months ago

"sap" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Sap dripping into a bucket well maple syrup is made from the sap of sugar maple trees the sap is a very dilute sugar solution props to percent sugar and it's cut down in an evaporator over of a wood or oil fires typically to the concentration sixty seven percent solids which are mostly sugars with the flavors of maple David Marvin runs but do not mountain farm in Johnson from the sap is produced during alternating cold nights and warm days in March and April and it flows from holes are drilled in the tree seven sixteen inch in diameter three inches deep inside the tree these holes produce sap only until the tree starts growing at which time Sapporo stops usually in mid April a single tap for two chapters in a large tree earlier very lower harm at all to the tree we don't know exactly how much sap is removed from the tree but perhaps five to ten percent of the stored carbohydrates had most would be removed during a normal sugaring season there would be wonderful if we knew what makes half so we don't know all the answers clearly there's a trigger mechanism based on temperature but exactly how the tree works is still a mystery the average tree in an average year will produce about ten gallons of sap and that produces about one quarter Sir per Campbell we've been listening to a program from our archives if you want to hear more check out our podcast I'm Jim Metzner and this is the pulse of the planet something California is only twenty four hour local news and traffic station K. and extend seventy news radio and a twelve fifteen I mark Austin Thomas coming up rapper YG gets arrested at its chats worth all finally some good news for Boeing I'm Bloomberg Chuck Campbell that story's coming up in five mins house Democrats finish presenting their case for ousting president trump those stories coming up in the next fifteen minutes but first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five at twelve fifteen usually cigar in Norwalk on the six oh five south bound at Firestone siege he's running a break to clear a five car crash plus a big rig this pilot is blocking the left lanes then on the seven ten north bound I'm seeing solid brick brake lights from Firestone to Florence that's due to Caltrans work that has the freeway shut down at Florence they're working on a stretcher road from Florence to the five so you definitely be slowing there in east LA one on one north bound past Alameda car hit the center divider spun out CHP has been trying to clear that they ran a break and that should be getting over to the right shoulder soon on the four oh five north bound we got some Caltrans work on a long stretch so the first stretches from the seventy three to Fairview that's a two right lanes are shut down to you they're doing some bridge work till about five AM them from brokers to Warner again this is on the four or five northbound side you've got to carpool and the two left lanes closed on the southbound side of the four or five from cars are jamboree and then again from Fairview to Bristol and you click to harbor it's the carpool and the left lane that is shut down and then from golden west of balsa on the four oh five south bound they're working on the three middle lanes your neck support is at twelve twenty five I only suck off with more traffic reports.

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"sap" Discussed on Mission Daily

Mission Daily

09:03 min | 7 months ago

"sap" Discussed on Mission Daily

"Where is the company going to be in three years? I mean that's what I'm shaping right now and I'm involved. Alvin some tactical business but my primary and then how do I build coalitions with other companies and other stakeholders to get us there. And that's really and then how do I probably the most support. Just how do I develop the people. There's going to be a time probably less rather than more than I'm not going to be doing the same. OR HOW DO I. How do I make sure that the the key twenty five or thirty people stay and then who are we grooming to take those key positions on and personnel development in attracting and maintaining towels? Really important if somebody comes along and Liu and gets just a great opportunity. I want them to take that's elsewhere elsewhere but you don't want people to leave because they're frustrated they don't feel like anybody cares sure That's all that a culture thing again when it comes to Attracting recruiting retaining and developing hoping Talent I'm curious to know. What are your thoughts on your your company's recruiting right now? So are you actively looking to hire secret clearances. tes clearances are you focused on engineers Executives from the Air Force Where you will add in? Are you hiring act we are we are hiring in. It's kind kind of in a couple of areas first of all on general. What I'm looking for is I'm always? I'm is open for talent. So that talent can come in many forms. Vic- talented aalto person. I will engage that person even if it might not be for two years that there's actually an opportunity or if somebody's talented enough credit position for for them. I mean it's I. I don't think ever bring enough talent onto your team. I mean I'm I'm selfish. I want to have all the time I get. Technically we are always. He's looking for talented engineering staff if they have clearances even better. What's fascinating about that? We're trying to get our customers a lot of whom and we haven't talked too much about the company but a lot of them are in the classified realm and they think everything needs to be done behind the wall but a lot of the stuff can actually be done outside the wall and where we can get more talent that so we don't have to put them through arduous rare security clearance processes which the government customers often control themselves. So you know I think as one of the things that's important is we've got to convince and it's not just. This is just an example. We have to help our customers evolve to. That's one of the major things that we do is not only we have to look to the future where we're going to be. But how are you going to for example meet eat a threat and get the talent because you don't have enough cleared spots for clearer people. How can we do that? So I've review. The mission of our company is to really help custom governme- customer exploit commercial software to do its missions and consume it really quickly. We got to help them break down some of the barriers. That's a hard process so but it's one that we we stay. After as I tell my team we have to be like the waves of the ocean if we keep role again eventually all those big rocks will turn in the sand and so this same we have to keep educating our customers they educate us and and and move but yes. We're hiring engineering talent. Talent general. Were hiring young people. Were we have a lot of opportunities for young people in our cloud operations so we were are massively growing a big cloud as around. Sap Uneven other product capability so so very exciting time so yes it was like out on our website you know reach out to a superior interested in. Yeah please do if you're listening and want to get involved in the national scaredy space in your work with an awesome team. This is a great opportunity back at the national really quick security space one of the things that I know folks of Your Generation and even the irs you know kind of higher. 'cause is a really important part of the aspect of work. It's not just about the dollar chase or mean that's always far paintbox free but yeah it's like one of the things that's interesting about our businesses. We are higher calling. You know when you talk about the defense of the nation and and supporting you know citizens and all that. It's something that that I think. A lot of young people are attracted to so. We're excited about that. Yeah I definitely see that In my conversations with young people where very very supportive of a veterans the military and Folks Defense Base Even out here in Silicon Valley so mark when you are in northern Virginia and you get a rare moments you you take a break from work What are you doing are you taking are reading? Are you getting outside hiking. Up to so Chad what you'll find out about thirty years is that when you're in your sixties you have to eat half as much workout twice as hard to say. The same way can't wait. I used to like to run. I May But I do. You can elect total body kind of workouts and to my wife's Chagrin. I bought a Peleton about three months ago so I kind of alternate and are you racing team members on there. I compete against myself largely. I try to run the leaderboard with some of these people. I it's a fascinating platform if those of you have used it and it's a very motivating platform by the way and they have just absolutely outstanding instruction so So I do that. I also am involved in some nonprofit activities Trained over two hundred thirty seven veterans at this point for the One of the one probably the one that brings us to heart. Is We have a pro this nonprofit we started called. Ns Two serves and we've gone over actually three hundred now. We take military veterans the harder to employ once and we all knew knew them or known them mostly really enlist almost all exclusive. short-listed myself coming on the boat house. He five and my peers. Worst didn't necessarily get the best advice and watched some people struggle a sad now. I mean it's tough you were. We were laughing about transition early but it is hard and a lot of these folks really struggled and particularly five six seven years ago. I it's getting a little better but so we take mostly the hard to employ veterans. Take that great skill. Set that you know. Come from military veterans teamwork. You know kind of the mission focus all those great things and then we layer on training in sap new technologies and then we get them employed. We hire some but many most of them are employed by our partners. Companies like Deloitte Accenture the Department Agriculture Lockheed of all hired. And we've we've put three hundred and change through now and just about every one of them has had a career opportunity. That's fantastic. We've had people that came to homeless living out of cars. Not Everybody was at but the extremes I can tell oh you we you know. It's the reason we started. This is that we wanted to look back and we'll go back to the beginning. PODCAST here you know. The military came along for me when I needed it. I didn't realize is maybe that was but it did and and to me. This is kind of my way along with a lot of other people this is. We're trying to give people a helping hand to greatness and and it's a fascinating to see what some of these young men and women have done. There's some there's some Little bits out online and a few podcasts related to it and variable in fine print veterans is listening that wants more information. What's the best place to learn? WWW dot ns two serves dot org had You can't help but find handed out there unless you just can't even Google but There's other and I try to. I'm involved in other ones like best buddies and kidney foundation other things but I would say to everyone and I tell that classes this. It's always important to find a way to give back giving back doesn't mean let me write checks. Let's find in but even if it's just a little bit of time I mean find something to give back. We all are blessed. Well said Mark. You've been really generous with your time. Thank you so much I know. Oh you have a wedding one of your inside. Sales is getting married. Congratulations Alex you get off to that Before you leave is there any closing thought or uh-huh maybe called action. You have for our listeners. I chat thank you so much for for this opportunity and we wandered around last year hopefully hit a few of the cow pies along the way. I don't know if we did or not. But Tesla iphone thanks. I think I I go back to a couple of things I said earlier and I focus on the thing you know whatever your current job careerstep milestone is really focused on that. Think about the future but don't let it don't become a captive of it plan but don't become a captive of a plan either. Opportunities opportunities will come along and be prepared to take advantage of them and.

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"sap" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"sap" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"As you say sap and then they know the cities and to date me and go to as soon as you the phone goes the judicial so cool and soon want to come I want to get him out of it yeah minimum days news about the definition the safety.

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"sap" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"sap" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Excellent. Thank you for having me on today. Yes. So SAP has been heavily invested in in memory as you say for a number of years with our SAT HANA platform and just for users who may not be familiar with that. I'm sorry listeners who may not be with that SAP HANA is an in memory colander liberals database and a platform that combines not only that in memory processing speed, but other capabilities like embedded analytics machine learning blockchain new technologies to enable our customers not only our applications to run on this platform, far better and far faster than before. But also to enable our customers to develop their own applications with all of these technologies and to do it at that in memory speed and power. So about three and a half years ago. We released our SAP agile data preparation solution, which is also data preparation. In other words, allowing end users to easily, you know, discover import profile transform clan merge. Matched D 2.8 data set for analysis for four data quality purposes, or for a number of use cases, for instance, four wrath early data discovery and data migration project for harmonising data across the enterprise. And also to product or production is those data pipelines. Also, so that you know, they can be made productive and they can be run by IT. So in other words, instead of starting with IT, I think we just heard about that from Tribeca instead of starting with IT, let's start with the data expert data experts determine how the data should be dealt with. And then let's hand that over to IT as a as a production ready pipeline that can be hardened scheduled.

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"sap" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"sap" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Pissed situation you know it is it was is sap tree sap you're a sap there like this guy's this guy's cars covered and sap sap agreed to pay for the thing is i was like are being led to believe that like three men were like the sweating trying to get this stuff up we don't get it up hey i won all that setback yeah i'm gonna make maple syrup out of it hey i wanna see your boys in their licking their fingers that's my yeah i'm gonna oil that down into some syrup when i get home yeah so hopefully i get the sap and then if i went there and there were like and we took the courtesy of boiling this down to maple sear for you then i'd always come back there and that's like what fifteen percent tip you don't tip you don't tip service employees i know that your that your twitter tip these guys know now four hundred dollars enough enough is enough tip anyone is a nothing yet here that the people in charge yeah we've had it it's a it's it's high time that you start listening to us the little man i'm not gonna pay for tree sap that area owned yeah that's my that's not really your trees recent public yeah by drive away with it who's gonna take it back the mayor maybe he's gonna drive up in a in a fleet of s you he's never going to be able to take it you saw the mayor in in real life i've seen them in real life tall came to you gimme that jar of sap that city sap you would be like speeding guys like a foot taller than he's terrifying and you like anybody what two inches taller than you like yeah over two inches when it starts getting seven five or something he's tall he's a big due to he'd never be able to catch me trip over his own legs i've spilt sapele over me too man tom if i be on your side if the mayor was running after you while you were trying to protect a jar of sap that came off your car that's friendship thank you i appreciate that we're good friends.

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"sap" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"sap" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"I think it's worth the risk let's go to jeff in idaho jeff famer hey thank you for all that you do and my call is regarding lamb research many of dip stocks the video intel and micron evolve and moving up lately lamb which is still projecting strong eps and revenue growth but posting a nice dividend of two point five percent is going down and i'm wondering why well it's going down because there's a belief that was stoked actually by plot materials which is a competitor that business may not be strong going forward as as been the past and no one is going to sit there and by lamb if they said if applied materials said some negative things just regarded as being too joined at the hip even if we think they shouldn't be let's go to david massachusetts please david hey what's going on much or you regarding sap so or just came out said that the not gonna report on cloud growth right on the little little sketchy but where does that vision sat sharm stock sap's mean everyone seems like an edge fun game try one time or another the short stock or betty sap it's been a real sucker bet i'm not betting against sap i think it's fine i'm going out on a limb i'm a believer micron i wouldn't leave it right now much more may have buddy had throwing a pizza party with by closest robot friends yeah i'm co robotic you're not gonna wanna miss this or co body i guess then in a bottle market your best defensive is eight diversify propose what cakes i'll be the judge of that when we play him diversify all your costs round so stick with kramer with a tap of your phone the machines come to light and big data mates passed delivery can this new tech.

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"sap" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"sap" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

"And does it feel like therapy sometimes it it shouldn't be therapy right there should be but you know if you look at sort of it i came to coaching i have a little bit of a little bit you know llc but convert right on coaching in in the fact that i came to it sort of later in the first time i heard about coaching be honest with you i thought it said like a well a bunch of hooey would be one i thought it was kinda well how how how do you coach somebody on something you don't know but but the process in the science behind it is pretty is pretty is pretty solid and we've gotten some early data in those great articles out there about data about the impacts coaching we've got some initial data within our company to that shows really having an impact and how do you develop the coaches is modeled after a particular industry or sport or psychology jack yes so there's so coaching comes out of the sport in in their psychology ended we we it's great every sap employee has the option of of maj approval cetera et cetera but to get a coaching training so we work with some companies provide coaching training in it's all sort of aligned with the international coaching federation so this ration the this the methodologies in so if you want to become a certified coach we'll actually pay for you to do that now it's a commitment it's we do it online we do a virtual but it's four sessions each of ten classes each class is three hours so i mean you know so we we we had that we have about eight hundred train coaches internally in a safety.

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"sap" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"sap" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Aim the sap do i sean phony wow nothing cost money baptist churches ooh gives me doc.

"sap" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"sap" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"Organization's most manufacturers use sap eighty six percent of the world's gross domestic product flows through systems in the back end so we are a significant corporation when it comes to data and analytics so part of my role is to think about what are the skills and experiences and the workforce that we need at sap to five seven years out and are the humans that we have today ninety five thousand humans that we have sap are those the right humans to achieve our work for strategy to five seven years out what is our strategy what are the people that we're going to need in the future can i build that future workforce from the workforce that i have today or do i need to go outside and by different humans and i travel around the world and i talked to our customers about this same challenge and we are all converging on the same humans that we need around the world which is data scientist that has a deep understanding of humanity and human behavior but also is really grounded in technology and statistics and a lot of corporations are converging on very similar profile of the ideal talent in the future and there's just not enough of them right we graduate about thirty five thousand stem graduates in the night in the united states year and right now today there's three hundred and fifty thousand open stem jobs so we just can't graduate enough of these humans so we're going to have to create them ourselves so my responsibility is the creation of the future workforce at my corporation and then also i consoled with corporations and governments around the world around their workforce development efforts right and everything i do is very grounded in and statistics and data analytics which is what the book is about so i want to talk about the digital.

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"sap" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"sap" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"Jenny dearborn is the chief learning officer at the software giant sap and has been recognized as one of the fifty most powerful women in technology she believes that being data oriented leads to more than just excess in the marketplace it fosters better leadership in creates happy organizational structures drawing on insights from her latest book the data driven leader jenny discusses how can use that solve important leadership challenges in overhaul work cultures for the better this episode of the podcast is presented by smart water what makes smart water so smart it starts with a little inspiration from the clouds nature's pure source of water smart water copies those puffy clouds and creating vapor distilled purity pure perfection smart water also has electrolytes which helps give it that clean crisp taste clouds always be inspiration since the waters vapor distilled for purity purity you can taste at ration you can feel choose smart water or smart water sparkling today at your local retailer so my responsibility at sap there we go that is problematic yeah so my responsibility sap is looking at the future trends of the workforce the future of work and to think about how these future trends are impacting our global workforce so you have an an an outdated a bio for me 'cause there's ninety five thousand employees at sap and sap is one of the top twenty brands in the world there's the four hundred ninety of the top five hundred corporations in the world use sap software most banks most.

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"sap" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sap" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"About their egg so and then just the quick rundown of the process is the giant tub of sap gets dumped into a giant tank that gets hold by a pickup truck over to the house and gets moved through first reverse osmosis process and then a full on double boiler turbocharged evaporation process until it then gets press filtered into the good stuff that you know in love it we got to follow it every step along the way and it was a delight but the thing that really struck me was the way in which all of the trees were connected to the harvesting of the sap and when you consider a tree as discursive object because you know racist the question do trees have intelligence which seems sort of like a transgressive question to ask which it shouldn't because even if you are vegan and believe that and animals have too much in too much experience too much sapiens but not enough agency to participate in any way in the production of product to be consumed by humans then then even then you have to draw some sort of line between that and plants right where he'd plants have to be seen as somehow not individual and not sapient and not beings in themselves in the same way and so to see something like soybean field getting plowed up or or being harvested and chopped up and our to see corn being she you know shucked and whatnot does not necessarily inspire great feelings of kinship with the plans one would think that that seems crazy and yet there's something about the idea of of connecting all of the maple trees in his sugarbush with a network of tubing in order to simultaneously draw sat from all of them into.

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"sap" Discussed on WFLA News Radio

WFLA News Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"sap" Discussed on WFLA News Radio

"You have a simple if you have a sap any type of retirement plan it so important that you know what we can help you with to increase the success in your retirement years and of course if you want more out of your retirement will this show is designed especially for you we shared how you can grow your retirement savings in a taxefficient manner and take more control of your retirement portfolio and now we'll discuss a powerful idea for keeping more of your money out of the hands of the tax man if you own employer stock within your 401 k oh and this is a real big one meghan because many investors do not realise this but if you have been contributing to your 401 k for years and you own some employer stock within in your plan chances are you've contributed a whole lot less than what it's what is worth i mean obviously that's the whole uh that's the whole name of the game if you well is to make money and have via be invested in your employers plan uh employer stock and it keeps going up and up and up so that's great but here's a good example for you let's say you own half a million dollars of your company stock but you have only invested say one hundred thousand dollars into it so we would call this your bases you put in a hundred thousand dollars it's grown and grown it's grown to half a million dollars that's a good thing you may be tempted to roll over your employer stock into an ira but by doing so you may be given a whole lot more to uncle sam then he actually deserves that's because your eye.

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"sap" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"sap" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"These are the top wedding trends that need to be retired a sap according to this website so that we can get on with happier ever after the cash bar that's number one on the list chinese we were tired yes oh wait okay what what wait this like what they say a bar where you pay for your drank yet okay so what should it open bar oh hails the effect you're getting all mad you'll going in to remove the entire barwari i thought that hewliss yeah i know i like i'm overeating hey hey okay they say you get dressed up for the reception you throw three hundred bucks an envelope and you're ready to go but you get to the bar in the is like that'll be eight dollars fail what i know at the same time i know that the couple's are just i mean again unfortunately there by right and there's saying if you can't afford to host a party for the favorite people in your world on your important day than go smaller or elope that's what they say they when i see that i see that okay yeah got a lot of these to get through okay and if you are lashing out at shut up marley i'm reading the five one four one one seven one okay the sweetheart table they say that needs to go okay ailing the head table we had people are just the two people i think that's is that this week i don't know what a sweetheart table is i think they just need the head table lighten i feel like i've been at a wedding where it's just the bride in groom atta tabo i think that might be the sweetheart table as opposed to a wedding party table they said there's a lot of like staring going on i i don't know maybe just kind of try to blend in more hydro now okay the flowers table this the sweetheart table is the couple's best friend at their wedding given them a spacey relax enjoy the party.

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"sap" Discussed on CarStuff

CarStuff

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"sap" Discussed on CarStuff

"For allergens one thing that i end up uh i probably in a bringing in in my car ally is if i am a plants this is not really related to work uh but i i mean lake um i'll go get christmas trees for people no in those those christmas tree needles get everywhere alya and and the sap and the sap yeah and i think in our building our job justin are ninety five day job type stuff probably we don't run into two too much for around a lot of construction that might be a factor here but mm i hope i hope it own eat these words later scott but to be honest with you i have very few allergies or maybe maybe i'm just live in so filthy that i used to having a low level of sickness all the time a baker v i guess yeah you're value become accustomed to it no but i think you're right we may end up with uh with drywall dust on us or something like that if we walked down the hallway because uh you know there's always knew office spaces that are that are being built in this building itself is very old it's a it's nearly a century old and you know lot dustin and things like that still in some of the back corner the the dusty corners i guess this place if you if you explored enough muscle there is a chance we can bring some stuff on but but some people i guess lawyer him saying as some people have jobs that i do have a you know that.

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"sap" Discussed on Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler

Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"sap" Discussed on Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler

"Given news lots of different vendors there seller near sap lose of video equipment law said the sizes yeah it was really fun to score rowden and play with different with instruments are found especially all sunday at the rack knowledge a mess with the new synthesizer i have a couple of things i genuinely feel my brain ya operate in a different way yeah that happens like especially that happened to me like when i used to work on beats like i constantly in my studio like yeah when you when you just playing with since all day dislike the electricity everything just he knew like you feel weird makes you feel you might even getting zaidi in lake i would i would be in a long studio session and i go and just go to get cigarettes at food mart and just talk into the cashier would be like weird yeah i would just feel like like robotic almost like it's like if that's what your head it messes which you i had the opposite filling where i fell off sunday i've fell more articulate all fell sharper i fell sharper at words came easier oh i've handwriting easier time talking to strangers uh gadgets belts rule and then we did the comedy set later and i felt better odds stay fell quicker all state you know in a general sense i can i can understand eggs i feel like maybe you unlocked some parts of your brain the on that you never really use the eln i may be that.

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"sap" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"sap" Discussed on Life of the Law

"And that is what every single one would be like what one hundred fifty pages and require an it's fat it it's still uses the facts so unleash understand like it's not that you're bosses breathing down your neck saying in put all this work together put these essay peas in dust redraw right now this is like your leadership is that is that a fair characterization i am an advocate for my patience is their protests in a study if this was working they need have access to it the only way to access it is through the sap so he asked it was my i it was it was my apparently my idea and force that may that happen but i've worked in research studies before this is just what you do somebody needs to believe in it how did you show health canada that you and your team really believed in us what we kept sending us a piece in style on september twentieth 2013 representatives of health canada call cross town clinic they ask is your fax machine broken and language hit a paper in the machine or something similar ira at receptionist the curriculum was samitha sam we need he had some papers in he's in a while that that they didn't say anything by headed an inkling that something osa something interesting could come through that one by one letters from health canada buzzed through the fax machine accepted accepted accepted every sap request is approved.

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