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Inspiration4 Crew Returns to Earth After Historic Flight

NBC Nightly News

01:50 min | 6 d ago

Inspiration4 Crew Returns to Earth After Historic Flight

"Historic journey to spaces on the books tonight. The spacex dragon capsule the splashdown in the atlantic ocean. Off the coast of florida with the world's first all civilian four member crew give is in port canaveral candice. This adventure has been ground. Baking in so many ways it hasn't been groundbreaking and shows that the sky is really no limit for civilians. And i'll tell you. We heard this gigantic thud here in port. Canaveral as dragon capsule made its way through the atmosphere. And then that just beautiful landing in the atlantic ocean wrapping up this beautiful journey tonight. The return to earth the first all civilian space crew to orbit the earth wrapping their history-making three day mission. We're giving all of our time right now to you science research and some ukulele playing and trying to raise awareness for an important cause for us back on earth the inspiration for billionaire jared isaac men. Who's bankrolling the trip bone cancer survivor. Haley arsenault scien- proctor. The first black woman to pilot spacecraft and chris brown sqi who won his ticket through sweepstakes there last hours in space spent taking in the views snapping photos in the specially designed capsule dome even chatting with bano the blasted off from cape canaveral. Wednesday evening on a spacex rocket their capsule the dragon measuring thirteen feet wide. Their home as they whizzed around earth at seventeen thousand miles an hour. It's been really interesting to see how fluid shifts with my gravity environment mission part science to determine the effects of space on the human body and park charity more than one hundred fifty billion dollars raised for saint jude's children's hospital where arsenal works patients. They're getting a rare treat. Thursday

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Refurbished Wind Turbine Powers Homes and Learning

Climate Cast

02:42 min | 4 months ago

Refurbished Wind Turbine Powers Homes and Learning

"I'm standing underneath a wind. Turbine in chaska minnesota on a windy spring day. I'm npr chief meteorologist. paul hutton. Her this is climate. Cast this wind turbines middle. School educates students about renewable energy and generates electricity for nearby homes. It's operated by the minnesota municipal power agency or m. pa matt quota. Har- sqi is the group's chaska chair or standing under a hundred and sixty kilowatt Wind turbine that was refurbish. Here from palm springs california and one of these resides in each of the twelve member communities. And what does mpa do. So mvp is twelve member counties that basically represent municipal electric Users that we basically get together both to generate our own electricity for all communities or to purchase it off the grid depending on the pricing of one. Electric has a give time. What are you trying to accomplish. So basically our goal is -ccomplish having a very reasonable electric creates our goal is to have power that's cheaper than xl energy As investor owned utility. How is it going deeper. Yep it's going very well. We're on a residential level. We ten in chaska to be about eight to nine percent lower than xl energy. These swishing blades above us help adults and their pocketbooks and offer a learning opportunity for students. Amy feet teaches. Fourth graders at saint. John's lutheran school in chaska. She leads her students on field trips to see renewables action. It's a great opportunity for students to think about how they use energy on a daily basis. We think about what are some ways that maybe we could cut some of our energy use and maybe not us quite as much energy. Our we may be wasting energy. We talk about how our use of energy affects the planet and all the people around us as well and then we also when we get to favorable energy park We they put us through. Maybe we'll ride a bike and we'll try to power entire home and how hard that is when we have lots of different things on in our home versus when we have maybe one thing on or two things on We'll go to a different station where we look at the solar panel. We'll go to a different station where we look at the wind turbine We'll talk about how we use non-renewable energy and also renewable energy the differences in those and how they actually affect us and how they actually affect the world around

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Teens, Tech and Mental Health: Oxford Study Finds No Link

The Tech Guy

02:08 min | 4 months ago

Teens, Tech and Mental Health: Oxford Study Finds No Link

"Study finds. This is a thirty year study from oxford university. Thirty years four hundred thirty thousand teenagers from the united states and the uk. Answering questionnaires since nineteen ninety-one. Now they're you know when you read about scientific studies you got to consider the methodology and everything. I mean these. These were self reporting teens but the question was designed to detect indicators for depression emotional problems. What they wanted to know is does watching. Tv using social media living on the screen on the device. Does it cause mental health issues. But he thinks thirty years. Four hundred thirty thousand teens. That's a pretty good study. Pretty good samples sample size so they call a longitudinal. No longitudinal study. The researchers said. There's no link between the time teens. Spend on tech devices and mental health problems. No link there are other reasons. Kids might not feel good There might be a link between pandemic corentin and depression but not those devices The researchers said the commonly used argument that social media platforms and devices are harmful to. Adolescence is not is not not borne out by the data and research. available professor. andy. Presents probes bliss. A senior was bolt sqi. I think i got that right. Visible sqi senior author of the study. Says it's too early to make any firm conclusions on the relationship between teen tech us and mental health and certainly way too soon to be making policy or regulation. So they tried. They tried to find a link and they couldn't do it.

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John Krasinski's 'Some Good News' returns with a star-studded holiday special

The South Florida Morning Show

01:03 min | 9 months ago

John Krasinski's 'Some Good News' returns with a star-studded holiday special

"Video. That was released yesterday. Remember john krasinski. Did some good news and that everybody get so mad at him because he sold it off dare you. Yeah how dairy well. He came back for a holiday special. It is so good but what he did was the reason he came in. He does this whole good news thing but he tried to buy. There was a single guy his wife had recently passed. He wanted to make sure that. Santa got everything for his kids so he sold his collections of comics. Inskeep was trying to buy it. The guy thought he was a scam. Yes oh blocked him and said i'm sorry but you're kind of suspicious. Kristen sqi had. Dwayne the rock johnson. Go in under an name and buy it all so he probably not suspicious but anyway so krizan ski ends up getting this guy on zoom call and says by the way you blocked me. What were you doing. He was like the. I'm really suffering. Felt bad and then dwayne the rock shows up and he bought the collection gave it back to them. They gave him money. It was so nice. I was crying watching it so anyway. Go watch some him. He's cool yeah he's really

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Kenosha Police arrest 9 people in out-of-state cars carrying gas masks, fireworks

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Kenosha Police arrest 9 people in out-of-state cars carrying gas masks, fireworks

"Tonight have now revealed the name of the officer and new details about what they say they found at the scene. We're also learning more tonight about the seventeen year old from a neighboring state now accused of opening fire on protesters to were killed tonight what he said in an interview just moments before the shooting started ABC's Alex Perez in Kenosha again tonight. Tonight new details on the teenager investigators say showed up in Kenosha. Rifle allegedly opened fire on demonstrators protesting the police shooting of Jacob Blake authorities arrested seventeen year old Kyle Rittenhouse in nearby Illinois for his alleged role in Tuesday's shooting that left two dead and one injured police identified him as demand seen in this social media video during protests at night. The property. We are. This graphic video capturing the chaos crowd appears to be chasing the armed men when he falls to the ground and starts firing. As police approached the scene unwritten house can be seen with his hands up but he's never taken into custody when someone I've bet in a shooting before. In situations that are high stress, you have such incredible tunnel vision but some raising questions about that moment in light of Jacob Blake Shooting and insensitive comments made by the Kenosha Sheriff in twenty eighteen after five black people were arrested after allegedly stealing and causing a collision the sheriff saying there are some people that aren't worth saving. He later apologized late today Kenosha police saying they arrested nine people for alleged disorderly conduct after apprehending three vehicles with out of state plates that were filled with gas masks, illegal fireworks, and suspected controlled substances. Authorities also releasing new information in the shooting Sunday of. Twenty nine year old Jacob Blake authorities now identifying the officer seen in that disturbing video as rust and Sqi Blake appears to lean into the driver's side Shatskikh pulls his shirt and unloads seven bullets in his back authorities. Say they were called because a woman claimed her boyfriend who wasn't supposed to be there it was on the premises. Authorities have not said Blake was that person

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Coronavirus Helps Tuna Titans Overcome Their Seafood Scandal

Business Wars Daily

04:32 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus Helps Tuna Titans Overcome Their Seafood Scandal

"From wondering. I'm David Brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this Wednesday march twenty fifth. We're shaking things up a little bit this week which feels Well pretty fitting these days in the two and a half months since China reported the first death from the Corona virus the world is transformed. So we're taking a look back at some of our previous episodes just to get a sense of how dramatically this pandemic has changed our lives and the way businesses are operating in such an incredibly short time. The viruses devastating some industries in. Its giving new opportunities to others. Of course this month it could be giving new life to an industry rife with environmental problems and scandal. That industry would be the tuna business early. This month Americans began stockpiling. Someone say hoarding items ranging from Toilet Paper to nonperishable foods? Those foods included canned soup rice dry beans and a lot of cans of tuna fish. It's a boon for the tune of business. Of course which has recently been pushed to the brink by its own shady dealings. Check out this story about the seafood scandal which I ran on December third twenty nineteen. It's either no surprise. Or it's Karma Bumblebee. Foods is gone bankrupt. One reason sometimes crime really doesn't pay it. Twenty seventeen. The ICONIC TUNA processor pleaded guilty for its role in a massive price fixing scheme that kept canned tuna prices artificially high between twenty eleven in two thousand thirteen. The company was handed. Fine of twenty five million smackers bumblebee still owes the US seventeen million dollars and IT spending tens of millions of dollars defending itself against civil lawsuits filed by Walmart Kroger and other buyers who say they paid too much for Tuna Company leaders say their legal challenges force them to file for chapter eleven protection. Fcf fishery a Taiwanese fish supplier and bumblebees largest creditor is buying BUMBLEBEES ASSETS. For about nine hundred. Twenty five million dollars. The case has all the elements of suspense novel back in Twenty Eighteen former. Bumblebees CEO Chris. Laszewski was indicted for his role in forming the cartel. His trial in a California federal court began in early November and stretched on throughout the month. The Chew SQI DENIES THE ALLEGATIONS BUT WITNESSES. Some of whom turned against him to protect themselves from prison. Time testified that lets choose approached him aggressively about fixing prices one witness admitted to lying to the FBI. Another testified that he feigned a car accident to avoid meeting with Laszewski. If convicted the chew ski could face a prison term of up to ten years. Chicken of the sea which assisted in the government investigation was not charged. Starkest was fined one hundred million dollars in September. The maximum penalty allowed by law in August star. Kist warned that it could face bankruptcy if the full amount is enforced according to the Wall Street Journal. But let's roll back the clock at twenty eleven here shall we or why would any large company let alone all three of the biggest sellers of processed tuna in America but themselves and this kind of jeopardy to begin with one reason are changing tastes? Sales of canned tuna dropped forty percent over the three decades ending in two thousand sixteen as they turn to healthier and more convenient meals. Millennials have been blamed possibly unfairly you decide for killing the tuna sandwich and decimating mayonnaise sales as we noted here in an earlier story about the tuna troubles. At least one tuna executive complained that a lot of millennials. Don't even own can openers. But could the lowly can opener really be to blame for such a big decline in appetites for the iconic seafood? Oh come on. Look also to federal warnings. Starting in two thousand and four those warnings included eating too much canned tuna that could cause mercury poisoning. Cnn reported VAT was more than enough to further displays the tuna sandwiches a staple of the American lunch bag. Thank you very much. But culture shifts plague all industries today and many large companies managed to pivot and survive not so much bumblebee analysts. Say

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Study Hall: Summit on Sustainable Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

06:12 min | 1 year ago

Study Hall: Summit on Sustainable Fashion

"Went to study hall recently. No I didn't get detention. It was actually the exact opposite of detention. It was this really beautiful amazing six our experience. That happened a few weeks ago. Here in New York City Study Hall is an Educational Conference like that which is organized by slow factory and slow factories. Co-founder selene Simone. And it was this amazing six our experience of hearing from designers scientists educators and activists all on the topic of climate positively at scale within the fashion industry. So I know that you actually watched it online so you our listeners can also watch it online. How did you feel about study hall? Well first of all. It's it's an annual free summit on sustainable fashion so anyone can get tickets go which is so cool and then she also puts it all online so people like myself and address listeners. Who could not make the event you can see this incredible You know conference and bringing together of all of these people that are working on sustainable fashion so like how do we build a better? More sustainable ethic conscious fashion industry now and for the future so I was excited about this event and very excited of to watch it. Even if I wasn't there in person yeah and there were actually seven hundred people there in person. So how yeah. They were estimating that it was going to be something like five hundred and it was actually held at the New York Times Center. Which is this beautiful event space and auditorium and they had to turn the TV room that they set up downstairs into an overflow room. Kezman writing people were super into it. It was just an incredible day. I left so inspired. There were so many panelists that were amazing right and including the person who opened the conference is our past guest Carina Emmerick and really beautiful dedication. she's a native American fashion designer and she did this really beautiful recognition of the land that nyc sits on as being the home of the lanark people who were moved to Oklahoma in eighteen sixties. So the whole the whole day was really great. And I don't know what your takeaways were but my takeaways from the day were that planetary health is human health that climate change is a human rights issue And also so many panelists. It kept coming back again and again and again that there's this direct correlation between environmental abuses and human rights abuses And I'M NOT GONNA go into like Hella detail here but you can jump on study hall yourself and listen in if you want to. But but it was. I opening inspirational heartbreaking at times. But but really really great. Yeah so Crema opened the show with a powerful land. Acknowledgement LIKE WHITNEY. Mcguire did this Powerful labor acknowledgement so you have the landing management and then you have the Labor acknowledgement. You know this country is built on the backs of millions of enslaved African Americans. You know so. It's kind of just this reminder of of where we come from so that we can move forward to a brighter future with acknowledging where we came from and where this country comes from and how it was built and who have been the custodians of this country before us. Yeah I mean Creena just to quote her. She said indigenous people make up four percent of the world's population and we are still protecting eighty percent of the world's biosystems and she didn't explicitly say this but she kind of reminded us that while Greta. Thunberg is a powerful white activist. She's become the face of climate change. Indigenous activists have been fighting for the last two centuries to protect their land. But Yeah my main takeaways. All Star that climate change is a human rights issue. I think you have panelists Lillian Lou. Who said one in six people in the world work in a job related to fashion that sixty million people worldwide and only about two percent earn a living wage? So you know lots of really powerful stuff. Climate Positivie was the theme so quote to close low for actually going back to our roots of living in harmony with nature by providing sustainable scalable solutions for the long-term with ecologically regenerative practices and projects in alignment with environmental justice for Black Brown and indigenous communities. And something I thought was so cool and I know I think I called you to talk about April was the one x one conscious design initiative which is so cool it says partnership between the Slow Factory Foundation and Serov Sqi supported by the UN. And basically it's these partnerships. I abstained future. So you're pairing fashion designers with scientists for instance and designer telfar. Clemens is paired with scientists the end Skyros. Yeah she's a professor at fit. And I my mind was literally blown out. I have her on the show and in fact after we get on recording this. I'm just gonNA email her and be like hi. Would you like to come on the show? Yeah because not only. Is she working with her students? Fit to bio engineer. Leather and algae-based yarn. So just think about that. I can trust listeners. She went and she was talking about it on on study hall about how you can grow leather shapes essentially so without even having to so it because algae will just form to itself around a mold she has this incredible company called algae net with their motto is biology is the future of fashion and they promote this closely product life cycle so so many cool things happening and I think you should absolutely ask her on the show that would be really really cool to hear more about bio

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'Ask The President Of Finland A Question': Trump Deflects Ukraine Questions From Journalist

The Lead with Jake Tapper

01:53 min | 2 years ago

'Ask The President Of Finland A Question': Trump Deflects Ukraine Questions From Journalist

"Is Jeff Mason excellent and mild mannered reporter with Reuters asking President Trump. What did you want presidents Alinsky Sqi to investigate about former vice president Joe Biden on Hundred Piccolo Yeah. It was just a follow up of what I just asked. You Sir you you ready. We have the president of Finland. Ask Him a question. I have one form. I just wanted to follow up on the one that I asked you. which did you hear what you want? You hear me. Ask Him a question I will oh but it might have been you a long answer. Ask this gentleman question. Don't be rude in case of emergency break glass and the president of Finland is underneath that that glasses but why not answer the question if it's perfect if there's nothing wrong just what's so remarkable and and I'm so glad you played that. We've all had experiences with president interviewing the president. Maybe not you but envy you so many times when he he the thing about it always answers the question the fact that he didn't answer that question is because he didn't want to and it goes back to the most important thing and all of this which you mentioned mentioned Jeff. which is this summary? Not a transcript as the president said it was rated transcript. Oh yes thank you. We'll just as a just a quick fire going for the next two hours a quick on the actual statement that the White House put up front page a memorandum of telephone cooperation is he's not a verbatim transcript of the discussion says it right here on Wpro exactly but regardless going back to this. He doesn't want to answer the question about what he asked what he wanted the Ukrainian leader due for him about Joe and Hunter Biden because he knows it was nefarious and it was wrong and he shouldn't gonnit as much as he tries to. You know play follow this follow this out there shiny

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Ex-Trump campaign chief Lewandowski says 'happy' to testify before Congress

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

04:12 min | 2 years ago

Ex-Trump campaign chief Lewandowski says 'happy' to testify before Congress

"Or not to move for with formal impeachment proceedings particularly the jews zhiqiang chairman has already said they're in a formal impeachment proceeding the question now is will they actually vote on articles of impeachment and they view the democrats do liu doused. He's one of the witnesses who could help build their case towards an actual articles of impeachment. The question ultimately is how much you tell this committee. He has appeared before a separate committee. The house intelligence committee last year in that session. Democrats tried to ask them a number of questions about what happened during the white house he down serving the white house but communications that he had with the president but he refused to answer those questions even cursing repeatedly. I'm told at those democrats will he fight and be feisty before democrats in this committee. He indicated today. He's willing to fight. I look forward to my opportunity to sit in front of his committee and believe me. I'm though flowering violet. He wants to attack me which he's already done. I am a guys that are fight back and i look forward to that opportunity. I'm happy to come <hes> right because i want to explain that there was no collusion wasn't obstruction now wolf according to endow sqi is considering a run for the senate to presumably he could use this as an effort to propel his campaign. Potentially he appeared with the president and his rally yesterday. The president made very clear he'd like him to run for in the new hampshire senate race even though number republicans are concerned about his potential candidacy so we could see a lot of theatrics. Come this hearing and mid september. The question is ultimately. What will be gained. What will the public learn. That's a big question could be rather lively. <hes> what does he know about possible obstruction or he is referenced several times throughout the report is part of that investigation into instruction of justice. There was efforts about allegedly the president underwent to try to undercut the muller probe trying to thwart it according to what the report says that the president told corey lewandowski that he wanted loon down to reach out to jeff sessions the attorney general to try to limit the scope of the muller probe to exclude exclude the president's campaign said focus on future investigations now lewin dansk tried to set up this meeting it did not occur the president then follow it up with lindau ski blue in taos ski then turn to rick dearborn who was then a former white house official bene- former chief of staff to jeff sessions said why don't you go to jeff sessions trying setup this meeting. He delivered a message typed out. Delivering the president's words. Dearborn apparently did not set up this meeting but the same committee the house. She wants to hear from rick dearborn as well. They issued a subpoena for both him and lewin douse get to appear at that hearing in mid september so we'll see if he decides to talk about those episode episode because in the past as i said earlier his not wanna do that. Who's your unlike loon. Dusky dearborn actually worked in the white house. The white house might have a better case for executive privilege on that front. Thanks very much for that report. Let's bring in our white house correspondent kaitlan collins. She's with the president in new jersey caitlyn any white house reaction so far to the the prospect of corey lewandowski testify well wolf. It seems to be a sign. The white house thinks that strategy we first reported on yesterday could be successful. Spur one where officials are weighing using executive privilege to stop corey lewandowski from having to answer questions about conversations like the ones that mani was just laying out conversations about the special counsel's investigation. Even though democrats have said absolutely not that's not something that can apply to corey lewandowski because he never worked in the administration something we should note executive privilege experts that i spoke to agree with white house. Counsel colleagues are white house. Counsel officials are still trying to figure out how to navigate their path forward with corey lewandowski and this congressional subpoena

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Germany's Metro says $6.6 billion bid undervalues company

This Week

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Germany's Metro says $6.6 billion bid undervalues company

"Last week too. Investors in metro AG, the German food distributor made a takeover offer. Valuing the company at six point six billion dollars saying they wanted to guide metro through its recovery. One of those investors this check billionaire. Daniel criterion sqi today metro AG responded, saying that, that offer substantially undervalues the

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A Fiat Chrysler Merger With Renault Would Create 3rd Biggest Car Maker

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:51 min | 2 years ago

A Fiat Chrysler Merger With Renault Would Create 3rd Biggest Car Maker

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from American pest as the leading provider of safe, sustainable pest control solutions across the DMV. Let American past help you to take back your home or business from menacing pests visit them today at American pest dot net. Fiat Chrysler is proposing a merger with the French automaker Renault, Reynaud says it's considering it, this merger would be a big deal. It would create the world's third biggest car company after Toyota and Volkswagen. Here's NPR's Camilo domino, sqi, a merger this big would be striking, but not totally surprising. Fiat Chrysler has been looking for a partner for a while. And there, there are limited partners available. Michelle crabs is an analyst with auto trader and Cox automotive. She says, meanwhile, the French Renault had a long standing alliance with the Japanese automaker Nissan that was working. Well, and then things went awry, when former CEO Carlos gone was arrest. Sted in Japan for alleged financial misdeeds and things have just been unraveling now both fiancee's and Reynaud are eyeing their options when it comes to who though partner with as they prepare for big changes in the industry. Many major, automakers have already been partnering up over the last couple of years. There are two reasons first after years of record growth. The auto industry is starting to slow down and that decline is expected to continue. Meaning fewer car sales less revenue at the same time, automakers need to be making big investments in the future things like electric vehicles and self driving cars, and it's a tough one, because you're investing in something that isn't profitable today isn't going to be full tomorrow, but might be profitable might be essential in ten years time. Mark Wakefield is an automotive consultant at Alex, partner's upstart companies like tesla and even ride hailing services like Uber and lift. They're bringing new competition. In response established carmakers are closing ranks towards each other to be able to share costs and to be able to invest through this like on. That's really what's driving a lot of these merger discussions in partnership discussions to Reynaud has been making electric vehicles for years, while Fiat Chrysler, has been lagging behind its decided to focus on money-making brands like Jeep, and ram, big pickups, and SUV's. Plus, it has premium brands like Maserati Reynaud is pushing smaller low cost vehicles Fiat Chrysler thrives in the Americas. Particularly in the United States. Reynaud doesn't sell cars in North America at all. But it's a major player in Europe and Russia that also like a pretty good fit. One has small cars in the other big trucks, one offers luxury vehicles. The other goes down market, but they feel have problem which is trying to Felipe Munoz is an analyst at auto researcher Jada. Dynamics. He says, neither company has a foothold in the crucial Chinese market. Then there are the practical problems of merging and not in another culture. I know the more factories that's more people to teach to work together, which Fiat Chrysler, has to do already since the merger that made it back in two thousand fourteen Blyleven cries which are Italians on American that way only but he's not an easy thing. And it would be even harder if you try to preserve the French Renos alliance with Nissan of Japan, another complication Reynaud is part owned by the French government and has strong unions. The want to preserve local jobs, Fiat Chrysler says the deal if it happens would not result in any plant closures. Camilo dominancy, NPR news.

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"sqi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Domino, sqi, NPR news. Aaa says gasoline is cheaper this Memorial Day as compared to one year ago. Regular average. About thirteen cents a gallon less. They should wide. Aaa says regular cost to eighty three it's averaging four dollars a gallon in California, the Saint Louis blues and Boston Bruins face off tonight in game one of the NHL Stanley Cup final. The blues are seeking their first Stanley Cup the Bruins last one in two thousand eleven the NBA finals get underway Thursday night in Toronto between the raptors and the Golden State Warriors. I'm Dave Mattingly, NPR news in Washington. And this is WNYC in New York at seven thirty three. Good morning. I'm Kerry Nolan at the moment. Public transit looks pretty good. Three members of New Jersey family headed to Niagara Falls were killed, and six. Others were injured when an allegedly drunk drivers, pickup truck hit their SUV in western New York to women in a four year old died, six others, including four children were taken to hospitals. One man was released. The others conditions were immediately available. The twenty year old pickup driver was arrested. On charges, including aggravated vehicular homicide and driving, while intoxicated New Yorkers have been taking in the raise in parks. And along the waterfront this holiday weekend. Year old Jessica Collins is a cook yesterday in a park in Bedford Stuyvesant. She was preparing for a family barbecue with a very extensive menu. Chicken Franks ham. Bogus jerk lamb. I made that fry check, you gotta have five chicken. I'm just tired right now doing all this stuff.

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Why and How Are Documents Redacted?

BrainStuff

05:46 min | 2 years ago

Why and How Are Documents Redacted?

"Recently, the American public got its first look at special counsel, Robert Muller's to volume report on the investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and some may have been startled to see how much of the four hundred and forty eight page document about seven point two five percents of the text. According to the news, website, FOX had been blacked out by us attorney general William bar, each blacked-out word or passage was labeled with a color coded notation indicating the legal justification for withholding that material these included potential harm to an ongoing legal matter. The need to conceal investigative techniques, personal privacy, and grand jury testimony which generally must be kept secret under rule six of the federal rules of procedure in less judge issues a waiver. The House Judiciary committee, still subpoenaed. The uncensored report and bars. Explanations didn't quell the widespread curiosity about what it was the bar decided that we shouldn't see we spoke with Michael revenue, sqi an attorney, who's an expert and the release of government documents through the freedom of information act. He said, there's something psychological about it. If you see a document with blocked out sections your eyes go to it, and you wonder what's under there. Welcome to the arcane secretive subculture of redaction, which is the practice of removing or concealing portions of documents before publication. It's a phenomenon that most ordinary Americans probably are unfamiliar with as evidenced by the four thousand percent spike in the number of searches for redact and redacted on the Miriam Webster, dictionary website, on the day that bar sent a letter to congress revealing that he would release a redacted version, a Muller's report. But attorneys journalists and historical researchers are custom to blackout spaces on documents as a consequence of dealing with sensitive, subjects redacting has long been part of government imposed secrecy. When former CIA employee Victor Marchetti and his co author, John, D Marx sought to publish a book on the CIA in the early nineteen seventies government censors who had a thirty to review the book under Marchetti employment contract. Redacted one hundred sixteen pages from the text the book was published with blank spaces showing the location of the redacted, passages decades later documents obtained using the freedom of information. Act are still sometimes riddled with blank squares over faces and photographs and black. Bars over words and sentences and sometimes entire pages. But it's not just the government in the legal world attorneys routinely. Redact portions of documents that are to be turned over during the discovery process in civil lawsuits. Those deletions occur in order to protect attorney client privilege attorney's work product for clients commercially sensitive information and information, not relevant to the litigation. Other reductions are required by the courts themselves to protect personal information such as social security numbers from misuse, one of the things about redaction is that, while there are rules about, what should be redacted. There aren't really a lot of hard and fast rules about how to block out that material for years attorneys, and government officials often simply used black markers to conceal sensitive portions of documents, which were then photocopied. So that someone couldn't hold the paper up to the light and read censored words in the mid two, thousands as more and more documents begin to be distributed in the laconic forum, both the government and private sector law firm, started shifting to redacting the digital files themselves using software tools. These days attorneys involved in big. Corporate lawsuits often use e discovery platforms, which allow them to manage massive amounts of documents in which contained tools for redacting portions, though, you can also safely redact information using programs like adobe acrobat pro assuming that you're working with PDF's. But regardless of what technology is used. It's necessary to go through documents individually and figure out what to mask, which is a time intensive process. In the case of the Miller report, Barna staff, apparently, scanned a printed copy of the report, redacted it, and then printed and scanned it again to create a new digital copy that excess of caution resulted in a low quality image that wasn't searchable since then the department of Justice has published a searchable version as well, but digital redaction isn't always foolproof once fisted, high tech method for reading redact words in the document involves analyzing their links, and comparing them to other words with the same length on the page and guardian reporter, John Swain found that he could view redacted text in a court document, and the Paul Manafort case by copying and pasting it into a Microsoft Word document. Matthew Ingram of the Columbia journalism review explained quote this likely happened because someone either drew over the unwanted text with black highlighter tool in Microsoft, Word, or used adobe acrobats reduction tools, but forgot to merge them with the original document. We also spoke with Mark Sade a Washington, DC based attorney who specializes in national security law and frequently deals with productions, he said, I don't trust technology. Even if there's a safety mechanism someone will invent something that overrides it thus Zayd generally shoes, electric reduction, his preferred method is to, quote, literally cut it out with scissors, and then photocopy the page it's a really sloppy looking reduction. But no one will ever see what I cut out in other instances, if he's instructed by the government to redact information from a document. He deletes the text and types, the number of words and deleted, by the request of the CIA in its place, but manual reductions on actual paper can go awry to Zabre calls wants receiving Zimmer redacted documents in a case, and discovering that he could hold them up and read the words to the black ink whoever sent them had provided the original pages, rather than making a photocopy. Zayd says that even when information in court papers is redacted. It's sometimes possible to figure out what's in the blackout sections, the client may be able to identify a witness or piece together, what was said in a discussion in which he or she participated, for example. But generally, they explained that it's not wise to speculate, as even educated guesses can be wrong. He gave the example of a freedom of information act, litigation connected with the DP Cooper sky jacking case, he said, we thought a document pertain to a particular person who is dead. But when Zayd gave the government copy of the man's obituary in an effort to get the full document released the told Zayd he assumed wrong and the document was about someone

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Carbs, Fat, Fiber: Unraveling The Links Between Breast Cancer And Diet

The World

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Carbs, Fat, Fiber: Unraveling The Links Between Breast Cancer And Diet

"A new study finds a low fat diet, that includes fiber, rich, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains can reduce the risk of death from breast cancer, NPR's house reports the findings, we presented the upcoming conference, the American society of Clinical Oncology, more than forty thousand women participated in a long-term study that valuated how diet can influence the risk of cancer after twenty years of follow up. Researchers find that women who cut back on high fat foods such as red meat or full fat dairy and began to eat more plant based foods at a twenty one percent lower risk of death from breast cancer. Here's. They're ruin abou- sqi. This is significant because this is the first intervention study of any kind power, getting breast cancer where a reduction in deaths from breast cancer has been seen. He plans more analysis to determine which changes the women made the may have been most

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"sqi" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy

Tony the Movie Guy

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy

"But he's just a mess. He's way to strong. They even call them lebowski. I man calls about ski. Hey, Lavalle sqi. They don't trust him. It's like you're not in a physical condition to do this in hoax. Like, it's gotta be me most of its gamma. I'm the only plus new could survive it. So basically Hoke is the one to do the snap. You know? And then he does it an goes white bright white like didn't Infinity will and that was a cool saying, obviously, it's kind of cut short, but you know, aunt man goes outside, and I guess by seeing birds and more animals that supposed to give an idea or concept that there's more living creatures out there. But obviously what were the confirms and this kind of has emotional way. Is Botton's phone rings and his wife, and you know, the way he chokes was actually really quite devastating and right as this happens with just seeing nebula while this is going on going to the portal, and she's opening up the portal, so Thanos and all of his armies can invade and they come in and they fuck in bomb. Co-run rap out of the avengers compound, which again was a little realistic to me that you know, they're all just at the bottom of the rubble and every single when everyone. You know? To sue Pero movie. So you know, you can have I agree with that. But that was pretty crazy. Yes. Yes. Does they reverse the snap? They bomb the shit. How everyone and they're all like stuck at the bottom. The rule trying to get out on the scape. But basically so now two thousand fourteen Thanos like in his prime is back. Yeah. You know? And he's got this like fucking crazy like bowel spiffing and nebula comes. And he's like a, you know, I did it few father..

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Influencers can use Instagram's new shopping features to sell products

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:54 min | 2 years ago

Influencers can use Instagram's new shopping features to sell products

"Is getting deeper into the business of selling stuff the photo sharing app owned as you know, by Facebook is already full of influencers exhibit, the Kardashians that is people with huge followings who post about products, they use or get paid to us. But now Instagram is gonna make it possible for users to buy those self-same products from influencers right inside the app. No linking out two separate websites. Marketplace's Megan McCarthy Corinna. Find out what makes us instead by Ed Carroll likes to think he's immune to digital advertising, but he loves Instagram. That's where he sees buddies vacations and check out all the cute dog os. And that's how they get him. And I bought like a vest for her. And then I've also bought her jackets, plus some t shirts for her human owners one says the Chihuahua avengers, which is the avengers imagined as traumas similar advertise. Two minutes feed others recommended by Instagram accounts. He follows he might have actually bought more. But he says it can be cumbersome to go through the purchasing process in the little browser on his phone. That's why integrating sales into the Instagram app. Could be a game changer says Ravi Dhar a behavioral psychologist in marketing. Professor at Yale use fiction and small ways it can have a big impact. He says Instagram is already space that's conducive impulse buying because it's not primarily shopping destination. People have their guard down and they can be easily convinced plus Instagram is increasingly wear potential consumers liked to be says may car. Wow. Sqi who runs a marketing firm, specializing in influencers? You look at how frankly toxic Twitter is all of the debates. Happening on Facebook and Instagram is very much about creating yet little happy moments. But the very fact that Instagram is so good at making us want to buy stuff. Good someday drive people like Ed Carroll away. Probably Probably turn turn me. me off. I wouldn't use as much.

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Even In The Robot Age, Manufacturers Need The Human Touch

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:53 min | 2 years ago

Even In The Robot Age, Manufacturers Need The Human Touch

"Support for NPR comes from investor dot gov. Presenting this message when it comes to investing. We all have questions and investor dot gov has answers, it's your free resource for tools. Tips and information about investing before you. Invest investor dot gov. Well, bots have revolutionized auto manufacturing. But they've hardly replaced the human touch and Pierce cumulative domino ski reports. And volvo's. New plant and ridgeville, South Carolina. A half dozen robot arms move in coordination behind a sif defense their spot welding cars body together. Eventually, this will be an Esa sixty a luxury sedan. A small cluster of sparks flies up. We are at the very start of the production line. Were metal components are combined to form the car's body here automation dominates. There are more robots than people in this building. And right here where the robots are welding roofs, together, it's dimly lit robots. Don't need much light to work. Jeff Moore is the head of manufacturing for Volvo in America. He says when you're thinking about what jobs to assigned to a robot you start with work. That's repetitive. Especially if there are safety concerns with all the the heat and sparks and the high current and things like that associated with welding that's a natural spot to be looking at where you can more heavily automate but follow the car body is moves down the assembly line and soon enough the lights come up and humans takeover at the other end of this building people run their hands over the surface of the metal healing for imperfections. There are some things robots are better at than people their precise and consistent. But there are other things. People are better at humans are underrated. Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted last year after tesla tried to switch to an extremely automated system. Ultimately, the company gave jobs back to people and we're good at more than just testing. How things look and feel here at the Volvo plant in another vast building a long line of people are preparing engines to go inside the cars, this work involves a lot of fiddly parts with odd shapes which need to be threaded together or moved around in complex ways, robots are bad at these fine motor skills. People are great at it. And this line handles, different engines gas or hybrid all wheel drive, eventually electric Motors. They all take different parts, humans are good. Switching back and forth. Robots? Not so much Jason dodgems working on this line used to work at a plant that made bearings. That was less hands on. He says. The actual labor party. You were basically doing the inspection. This has a lot more manual labor to problem solving. Skip ahead down the line and workers have put together the engine transmission axles, everything to make the car go. The car body is waiting on an elevated conveyor. Now, the two need to come together. Trae yawns helped set up blind where this marriage happens. It just radiator is not pushed back for. No, it will crash the body and first workers had to fix the placement again. And again now a robot could see that problem, but it won't get annoyed by it. People got tired of doing it in a fellow came up with an idea, and he points to a little yellow piece of plastic it holds the radiator in place to prevent that crash Geoff Moore says Volvo has already applied for multiple patents based on ideas that teams from workers at this new plant. Humans have strengths compared to robots and all sorts of workplaces not just auto plants and in general people in robots work best together with robots handling dangerous, monotonous jobs and precision work while people switch between tasks and make decisions, and there's a sort of philosophical lesson here. Susan helper is an economist at case Western Reserve University. People often think of manufacturing workers is actually a poor substitute for a robot people complain, they get tired, so gee, wouldn't robust be better. That's a fundamental misunderstanding. She says, but in practice, these things are really difficult and the assembly line worker is making judgments a lot. And it turns out that when you take that person away you end up with some problems that are hard to solve historically helper. Says some factories have tried to treat their workers like robots doing repetitive work without thinking the best thing robots can do is not replace. People but free them up to work like people domino. Sqi NPR news. Ridgeville carolina.

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"sqi" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"That was a writ momney with something in general, a single track there, if you want to check out that cover it's really lovely looks like kind of collage an edited photo, there's some digital manipulation in the background just some colorful stripes receiving up into the sky. Before that we heard all of our yesterdays from MAC DeMarco the second single off of his upcoming album. Here comes the cowboy India MAC Demarco's become a little bit of an internet meme with that announcements because mitt sqi released be the cowboy in two thousand eighteen into kinda complete this trilogy. The recording artist Shamir who has released a new album every year for the last three or four. I believe released his fifth LP entitled. Be the here comes the Hough. Weaning really hard into that kind of collective cowboy mean zeitgeist that we've got going on. Coming up next is Leonard Cohen with leaving the table from you wanted darker. I apologize. If anyone's. In their feels this morning. Hope that doesn't make.

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New York City Lawmakers Pass Landmark Climate Measure

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:10 min | 2 years ago

New York City Lawmakers Pass Landmark Climate Measure

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Fidelity Investments, taking a personalized approach to helping you grow and protect your wealth. Learn more at fidelity dot com slash wealth. Fidelity brokerage services LLC on the steps of New York City hall more than one hundred people celebrated the passage of a landmark climate Bill last week. It doesn't target cars or coal it regulates big buildings. New York mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to sign the Bill into law soon. He says it's the first law in the world require emissions cuts from existing buildings, and it could serve as a model for other cities NPR's Camilo, Domino's ski reports think of New York City's famous skyscrapers. Now, imagine the power it takes to heat and cool and eliminate them. And maybe it's not so surprising. That buildings are responsible for two thirds of the city's greenhouse gas emissions. New York City mayor Bill de Blasio called it. The mother load in an interview with NPR buildings are the single biggest piece of the problem that hasn't been addressed. And we have the tools to do it right now. Everything about this. New law is big it focuses on big buildings and calls for big cuts to emissions ultimately eighty percent. And if buildings don't comply they will face big fines recuse the biggest buildings if these goals are not met the fines can be one. Million dollars per year or more even so what does it take for a building to slash its carbon emissions? Take a ride on the Empire State. Building's elevator. The world's most famous and you get to see Bill. Flakes to the last ten years. This landmark has gone through an ambitious energy efficiency overhaul. Tourists visiting the hundred and two storey landmark can't see them. But retrofits are everywhere. Insulated windows dim -able lights upgraded air conditioning, tools for tenants to cut consumption. Even that elevator is more efficient. There is no silver bullet these are lots of little pieces. So we call it silver buckshot, Anthony Malkin is the CEO of the Empire State realty trust which owns the building when you were deuce energy consumption, reduce carbon up. It's very simple. The Empire State building has dramatically slashed both energy use and emissions. But New York City's new legislation ultimately calls for even more cuts. This is absolutely a step that goes beyond anything that we've even accomplished in our buildings. The new law will carry a hefty price tag collectively the required retrofits will cost an estimated four billion dollars. But that's just looking at the costs. There are savings too. From lower bills over time. I'm the Empire State building spent millions on those retrofits, but it is already made back the investment, and then some so some of the required retrofits will pay for themselves, but de Blasios technologies that won't always be true. They are the kinds of mandates that assum building owners will find to be stretch goals, and we'll find to be difficult. But that's the point. That is the law is designed to push owners to make changes they wouldn't. Otherwise, New York is already a very expensive city large commercial landlords are frustrated that they have to make changes when other buildings don't and suggest the law could drive business away. But the mayor emphasizes that financing will be available and the bill's supporters respond to concerns over cost by pointing out that climate change poses an existential threat to this coastal city. They recall the devastating effects of hurricane sandy muddied Silva. Feral runs a nonprofit that pushed for the bill's passage the knives over kids and our grandkids are steak, and we really need to. Take bold actions. She asks anyone running a cost analysis to remember to account for those human lives. Camille, domino, sqi NPR news, New York City.

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President, Donald Trump And Don Mcgann discussed on Clark Howard

Clark Howard

09:21 min | 2 years ago

President, Donald Trump And Don Mcgann discussed on Clark Howard

"Special counsel. Robert Muller said if we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the president clearly did not commit obstruction of Justice. We would so state mother said we are unable to reach that judgment. The report was more definitive about collusion despite finding hundreds of contacts between the Trump campaign and the Russians were joined now by three members of the ABC news investigative team. Chris Vlasto Johnson Tucci in Matt Moscow. Matt let's start with you. If I could numerous links, the report said between Russia and those in the Trump orbit, but insufficient evidence to support a criminal charge. Yeah. I mean, you just nailed it. Basically, there is no legal charge of collusion. And the attorney general came out this morning and told the world that there was no legal finding of criminal activity. In terms of conspiracy or coordination between Russians and the Trump campaign. But this is hundreds of pages of detailed examples of what I think the average person might consider something close to collusion. A lot of conversation. A lot of discussion between Russian agents seeking to influence the election seeking to help the Trump campaign and eager and willing followers from the Trump campaign who wanted to get that help or certainly didn't turn it away. So I think in that way, even though it was not a criminal indictment of the president. It was an indictment of him in some respects Matha contacts involve business, it involved campaign dirt it involved a scope of of different connections that it appeared the Russians were trying to make with associates of the Trump campaign if nothing. Was there an incident or two that was outlined that stuck out to you as as either particularly noteworthy or particularly damning, I think one thing that stood out as particularly noteworthy were comments from Michael Flynn who was one of the one of candidate trumps close to closest advisers, and who went into the White House for a brief period who said that the president was aggressive in his desire for the campaign team to find Hillary Clinton's missing thirty thousand emails, and that the people working on the campaign and Flint among them responded to that that they actually went in various ways in pursuit of Hillary's emails. And so it's not a distant leap to go from from there to what ultimately happened, which is the hacking of of the. Allies to the Clintons and the Democratic National Committee. John lemme ask you to even as the the the the president has for the last couple of years called everything fake news. The the the way the report outlines some of what the president has said or done. Everything seems true everything that's been reported or that was at least suspected seems to be validated by by the report. So how is the president going to be responding? Well, listen, I mean, anybody that's covered. Donald Trump knows that the two words fake news or not gonna leave his vernacular. But the reality is, you're totally right. I mean, you you go through the scenarios that we were hearing over the course of the last two plus years at Donald Trump has been inside the Oval Office and the conversations that he was having with some of his top aides and some of his former aides about trying to remove Jeff Sessions multiple times. Trying to remove special counsel, Robert Muller things that we were reporting and tracking are all laid out in black and white based on interviews at the special counsel headed with many witnesses over the last twenty two months of his investigation, specifically, Erin, I think the amount of conversations that are detailed that the president had with his then White House counsel, Don Mcgann, trying to fire Jeff Sessions trying to fire special counsel, Robert Muller of the president reacting in one of the of reports details to a report in the New York Times that references a conversation. The president had what Mcgann about firing Robert Muller president. According to this report sees that story in the New York Times and demands that Don Mcgann gets out there and says that that's not true. The Don Mcgann, apparently shoots back. We'll that would be lying, sir. And you know, the president calls down Mcgann, quote, allying bastard. I mean, you just really get that inside fly on the wall feel from this report of what was happening in the Oval Office during some of these tense moments that we were reporting out in real time. Are they're going to be any repercussions. We had heard that a number of aides to the president or or Republicans in Trump's orbit generally were a little nervous. Not because of what the content was going to reveal. But because the report was going to reveal that they had said it about the president. Listen, I think that Donald Trump is going to take away from this report what he wants, right? So we know that as far as collusion he is taking that as a complete and total victory will he know what some of his aides said about him. Sure. But at the same time, you know, the president put everyone out there to cooperate. This White House did not push back on anybody going in for interviews. They didn't stop a handover of documents almost one point two million. We've heard that numerous times from Rudy Julie. Johny? But you know, I think the people that were nervous about this. And we did hear some of that reporting as you mentioned over the last couple of days are people that frankly, my understanding don't really have a relationship with the president anymore done Mcgann has no ongoing relationship with the president or his inner circle. Other people that told the truth and and good spelled out there like Corey Lindau sqi e details the conversation with the president with the president asked him to go deliver. A message to Jeff Sessions Lewin, douse key is one of the president's most trusted advisers. He still travels with the president today on board Air Force One. And I do not expect that to change chris'll returned to you. What's the portrait of the president that's painted by this report, even absent a criminal charge or or the specter of a criminal charge? What did we learn from this report about Donald Trump? Well, I think it it. We learn the the worst part for Donald Trump is back. The mount of lies the sheer volume of lies. He lies to the press. All the time. He lies in tweets. He gets back wrong, the Washington Post, but to have a prosecutor detailed in such a way that may be the lingering effect of this. And I I know that the Democrats the leadership is saying that there's they're not going to impeach. And I think because they learn the lesson of Bill Clinton. But the reason they put I think they're hoping for the Democrats is that when people go to the polls two years from now they're gonna look at this amount of deception and lying, and that's going to be a problem for the president. I know he thinks that the base is ninety percent behind him. But that but this portrait of the consistency. The disregard for the truth. That's a hard thing to overcome when? It's going to live now for history in black and white. I think late at night when he's sitting at home tonight in mar-a-lago. He's going to be wondering this is my this is my portrait this is what I will live in history forever. And I think the quote out of that he knew it when he said when the appointment with the think sessions, and he used an expletive and said, my presidency is expletive. He knew what this meant. He knew what this legacy is going to be whether it's going to bog him down, and he can't do the job. But now he's going to have to live with this for the next two years in terms of crisis communications crisis. PR it's hard to argue this as anything, but a masterful performance given the volume of bad facts that are stacked up in this report he has managed to blunt most of that most of what we saw here we already knew about. And so it's very easy for. For Trump and his allies to say this all feels old and there because there's no criminal charge. That is at the end of this. It's also easy for him to say that it ultimately bore no fruit yet, we see four hundred plus pages of of of an outcome, but to the general public it's hard to know how they'll take away from it. Matt moss. Chris Vlasto Johnson chief from the ABC news investigative unit. President Trump actually said nothing publicly after the reports released but took to his preferred medium Twitter to restate what has been his mantra all along quote. I had the right to end the whole witch on if

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"sqi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To eight. From the center for investigative reporting PR X this is reveal a Mel, let's. Today airing show we did last year with our partners at propublica would talking about farmers who are neighbors with a river running between them neighbors who locked in a modern day war over levies. We've got people was I mean, I'm not gonna mention any names. But I'll tell you. They're trying to start all up. That's just not fair. They're not being reasonable Nancy guidance thinks levee protecting Dan lumbers property is too high. Ben, thanks, his Levy is just fine. Thanks, and we just heard what the sciences when the levees on one side of the river are higher than the other in causes flooding across the way. But scientists don't decide who gets flooded politicians do so reveals Patrick Michaels, and Catherine scout sqi went to a conference in Saint Louis with people who are making those decisions all in one Brooke. They take it from here. If you've ever wondered, what a meeting of midwestern water policy experts looks like I'll paint you a picture we're in a large windowless conference room in the basement of the Hampton inn in downtown Saint Louis state and federal officials face each other around U-shaped set of tables their PowerPoint, presentations, flood inundation maps and thankfully, free coffee in the back. There's this one moment that really sets the tone. It's during a break between power points. One guy at the table jokes that he needs a little technical assistance. Maybe from the army corps of engineers and FEMA about his hotel room in my room. Flood. Fermented message.

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Meet Mya, The Conversational AI Recruitment Platform

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

04:51 min | 2 years ago

Meet Mya, The Conversational AI Recruitment Platform

"I want to find out more about a company called Maya systems and their conversational. Aaagh recruiter solution originally read the companies on a mission to open up a world of job possibilities for everyone and their inefficiencies in the existing recruiting model. Made it the right talent. And the right job. Don't always end up together and maya's vision is to create a solution where job seekers get jobs faster. And hiring teams get the most qualified candidates by finally eliminating frictional, unemployment Mike, Hanna language aloof that phrase frictional unemployment. But in a fa me book elope and hold on tight. So I can be meal is all the way to the bay area. So we can speak with co founder. Il, grave sqi from my systems. And he's going to tell us all about the difference. I making with this technology. Massive warm. Welcome to the show. Can you tell them listen as a l- about who you are? And what you do. Absolutely. So my name is all grey ski. I'm the CEO and co founder of Maya systems, so a little bit about me, I come from long history of recruiting my my dad actually started a staffing business about forty years ago. And so I got great exposure and into the space and learning more about the recruiting process. I later started my first business which was called first job dot com. Which was a marketplace really focusing on creating a better experience for early career job seekers. And we we operated that business for about three and a half years scaled it to over eleven million users worked with hundreds of top employer. Brands, predominantly on high volume entry level an internship programs and learned a ton about the pitfalls in the candidate experience as well as as the inefficiencies that large enterprises face in recruiting for for high volume categories, and that really inspired the development of Maya which is our AI recruiting assistant that I'm excited to share bit more about today, just at a high level what we're doing is revolutionizing how how large enterprises in agencies recruit talent, and we're doing that through a conversational AI platform and the platform is powered by Maya which is our AI recruiting assistant, and what my doing is automating outreach and communications were job candidates across multiple phases of. Intend recruitment process and can perform a variety of tasks for hiring teams. So some of those tasks include sourcing talent pool management screening scheduling, and so forth and end we're engaging with those candidates across multiple channels such as SMS in WhatsApp and our platform makes it really easy for customers to implemented scale at across their organization. So looking forward to to digging with you today. Attached to any been on an incredibly exhausting journey. And I've met a lot about my systems. And the fact is like you said a conversational Ayla recruit, but for people that just choosing gain. And hearing about you for the first time could you may be set the scene until everyone listening more about what is an ultimately, what makes it unique from the solutions outlet to sure so Meyer, the conversational AI recruiter. So what my is doing is engaging in natural language with job candidates, and that's happening at multiple phases of the recruiting process. For example, when you apply to a job rather than falling into the black hole. My is going to have a conversation with you, and engage instantaneously and give you an opportunity to express your value. And really learn about your qualifications and really focus on how to connect you with the best opportunity, and I'm excited to share a few other ways that Mayes being used today. But that's one great example. Something that makes Maya truly unique not only in the recruiting space. But in the broader, a assistant space is it's ability to engage with users in berry natural way. So the intelligence behind maya's conversational abilities enables a far more rich experience that users than users expect and what we found is that the more robust AI and experience. The more engagement in conversion we see with candidates and the better candidate experience. It turns out the candidates are more receptive to a bought that shows acknowledgement of understanding can understand multi-party sponsors and really handle educators as well. So that's one way that we really differentiated the other ways. However, Vance our AI platform is around configure ability, the tools, we built that enable customers the scale that experience across their businesses as well as the breadth of of the platform in the use cases, we support. So

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"sqi" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"He'd wait till you hear the Brian cabinet sqi text to Greg bird. Yeah. He showed me that. I mean that was what was so. Confusing. The cabinets ski J Craig just reading ace reporter read it verbatim. Word for word. I'll write verbatim from Brian cabinets? He full practice for LeBron comma still officially listed as out, comma. But seems like there's a chance he plays for sure seems like. I can't be plays for sure what have you to discuss this? Yeah. We we had him on. There's more coups mcwethy comma, and he seems like he might play. Come maybe not. What was his explanation for this awful? Text messages. Bad punctuation. Yeah. We say pisses maddest informative informational update ever. Yeah. Yeah. I don't I don't get that. He's our Laker reporter. Today today. Here's a little under the weather last night. Maybe we'll maybe he's high on for now. Maybe is but George last night. I you didn't stay for the game. Did you know? Okay. Philadelphia's dangerous. Yes, they are very very good offensively. Could they get their defense in order in a playoff series? Couldn't Butler Embiid and Simmons caused somebody fits well. They're like a team like Milwaukee a Toronto ab- Austin. Yeah, they their defense. The biggest problem. They have their defense is for whatever reason at the end of games in the fourth quarter. They have one of the worst defenses in the league and throughout the rest of the game, you know, average, but you know, in the playoffs, you got a defend. Oh, no for sure I do think they have the guys that can defend if you have a nucleus of Jimmy Butler, Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid. You should be a lot better on defense. I think a lot of that. And I heard you and Michael talking about it in on game day before you guys tipped off. And Michael kind of alluded to the fact that it might be just desire at this point. Because they have the elements of guys that can play defense. It doesn't make any. Sense. How do you feel about people that you follow who?.

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"sqi" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"What happens in that stadium on Saturday? If you feel it coming if you feel maybe the colts claw back a little bit. And you feel your natural urge to kind of pull bag a little bit. That fight that urge get out there yell scream. This is a young Colt offensive line. You will draw them off sides. They do get drawn off sides. You affect this week be loud be super loud and do not let that doubt creep into your mind. Just get loud. Stay loud for some penalties. The the nervous energy is not helping anything. Let's start expecting good things to happen because good things have already happened. And that good thing. Specifically is thrown fifty touchdowns and five thousand yards this year. I de Gress. Okay. Let's talk a little bit about this colts offense. I know everybody's a little worried about the colts offense at Ron Kopassus. How scary is the colts offense of line? If we can't get pressure on luck. How are we even going to be able to get stops? The colts offense of line is very. Very good. I say they're probably number two behind the Rams in my book. And that's not a slight the Rams offensive line is just ridiculously good as well. Andrew luck. Makes these guys look really good because he gets the ball out so fast. He is top ten in time to throw. But you know, the chiefs of seeing lots of guys that your this year. Derek Carr, Ben Rothlisberger, Tom Brady, Philip rivers. All those guys are quick throwers. So is Andrew luck. And they keep it in thrown short. So they really help out the offense of line and pass protection. But they are bolstered by some studs Quinton Nelson is a bona fide, all pro stud. He is ridiculous as great as is center. Ryan Kelly, Mark groin sqi. No sh he's he's not a scrub there right guard as well. So that interiors really tight really strong. They're fantastic. Keep an Andrew lucked clean up the gut, but they are slightly success. On the outsides Costanzo left to left tackle and Brayden Smith at right tackle, they offer them a lot of help they ship with running backs. They leave a lot of tight ends into block. They also will bring in Joe Hague as a six offensive lineman to pass blocks. So they're gonna throw down the field. Not just for run blocking purposes. Those guys do get a lot of help on the edges. Fortunately, that's where the chiefs succeed. So the chiefs will see one on one match ups on occasion against these guys d Ford with his been dean against Anthony Costanzo in his speed will be able to have some success and the deformed should be Justin Houston should be able to Chevron braid and Smith a little bit. They can't find a little bit of success in the past rush this week. But Andrew luck again is going to get the ball out quick. So I gotta get there. Quick. Darren de piggy asks what what the weakness on on the offensive line is. So are you saying that the? Tackles. I think it is the tackles. Yeah. There are glue Inskeep can be beat inside a little bit. Especially if Kelly is a combo blocking Brandon Smith inside they do do they pull a lot when they when they run block..

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"sqi" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Enrollment would you can check out. We also meet you Johar gen stats sqi Hayes, Davenport, one of my favorite episodes. I did a particularly strange rant about falling asleep on the couch. That was not about me. Okay. It was about other people's issue that it is back. Check out that opening video of everyone singing of the choir. And also open enrollment deadline is December fifteenth go to healthcare dot gov. Sign up. Tommy, what's what's on tap for punt save the world this week this week in studio. We will have a former US ambassador to Israel, Dan, Shapiro. We all worked at Dan on the OA campaign. He was in the national Security Council for a couple years before heading out to be our ambassador. He was like a mini celebrity over there. He's a really thoughtful nice guy, and he can talk about not just our friend BB Netanyahu, and the US is real relations, but Jamal kashogi the Saudis the whole thing. So stand. Have a good time. And love it. I believe you have some lover leave at Torrington talk about lover leave. It is going on tour. We'll be in all the and all the best places all the top top places Nazia markets, and we're gonna put out all the dates on Tuesday. The pre-sale starts on Wednesday. The code will be crooked and come check it out. Get those tickets get those tickets. All right guys stand to get to the news. To sum up where we are right now. I just want to start with the lead from the New York Times on Saturday. Please summit up quote, the latest revelations by prosecutors investigating President Trump and his team draw a portrait of a candidate who personally directed in the legal scheme to manipulate the twenty sixteen election and who's advisors had more contact with Russia, and Mr. Trump has ever acknowledged the prosecutors effectively accused the president of defrauding voters questioning the legitimacy of his victory. Not great. So the times is referring to a pair of sentencing memo's filed by the southern district of New York and the special counsel's office on Friday that recommended substantial prison time for former Trump attorney Michael Cohen as well as a court document filed by the special counsel's office that detailed how former Trump campaign chairman. Paul Manafort lied to prosecutors earlier this year after he entered into a plea agreement and promised corporation. Let's start with the Coen memo's. How serious are these crimes? And how do they implicate Donald? Trump. Well for Michael Cohen there pretty serious. I mean, I believe they outlined four crimes four pretty substantial federal offenses. So Michael Cohen is in some trouble. He will likely get significant amounts of jail time. Some of those crimes were his own personal crimes did on his own private time crime. I mean, the problem for Coen is that by cocoa and tried to have cooperate which means when it comes to the southern district of New York. He wouldn't sign a full cooperation agreement that details every crime he committed or offered details about all the crimes others committed. Presumably because who has that kind of time, you know, what I mean when there's that many crimes it's like you got to remember them. All you gotta get out your like your black ledgers where you're right down the Russian money. It's like when a clown is taking a handkerchief ebbs knows exactly just keeps going and going. He probably thought to himself. Maybe I can serve out my time in jail, and that would be shorter than talking about all my crawl my crimes, but we do know that Michael Cohen net with Muller seven times and that molar from the special cow. Counsel's office document was satisfied that he helped him out with a whole bunch of stuff. So this is a big problem for individual one Donald Trump coup conspired with him to commit campaign finance cramped..

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"sqi" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on Slate Money

"With Ellis Chemin sqi who has who has cost the deciding vote and decided the Amazon is more important than Brexit. I'm only saying this because we just had a Brexit dish ause. It's more important. We are going to talk about Brexit because all hell is breaking loose in Britain right now. It is quite unbelievable. I'm quite happy. We just had the Brexit edition. So that you guys are all reasonably up to speed on what's going on three don't into too much background because yet shit is going down, man. To use the technical time. We're gonna talk about Stevie Cowan because we haven't talked about Stevie Cohen for a while. The guy has more billions of dollars knee had before which is not unusual when it comes to this. But yes, Emily peg, you're absolutely right. It is all Amazon they decided not to do a niche cue to in the end after spending about what was it like eighteen months, traveling around the country talking to cities where are we going to put our HQ to getting like seven eight billion dollar bids from people desperate for this HQ there never mind psych. Yeah. They they they got two hundred and thirty eight cities to bid Amazon did over the past year or so and in the end they decided to split headquarters to between two obvious, choices Queens, New York, part of New York City and Arlington Virginia, Washington, D C flashing in DC and near Jeff bay. This is home in Washington DC and the new one is near Jeff basis is home in New York. Yeah. Exactly. And the helipad title of our podcast today refers to parts of the deal in in both cities, which require them to build a helipad essentially, so Jeff can get in and out really quick. This is a big deal in New York City because play helicopter trips and helipads have actually been banned since nine eleven he's carved out like an exception to the rule for himself. And that's just embolic of people in here in New York are up in arms because the city a lot of people are not everyone. I saw look on his face. I was wasting because I I've had a lot of conversations about this whole long Amazon to Long Island city thing everyone thinks it's dreadful everyone's really upset about it. And I just waiting to come into the video today. 'cause I knew for the, you know, contrarian, actually, this is a great thing take we just need to attend to Anna Jansky is. Is this actually a great thing? I don't think it's a bad thing. I don't think it's a bad thing for the cities that lost. And I don't think it's a bad thing for the cities that got it. I I think it's hard for me to understand why bringing a tremendous number of very high paying jobs, it's also encouraging. We have a company that's going to be encouraging the city to invest in a lot of the things we want them to invest it, including education, including the transit system. I think ultimately this will be a very good thing for the city. And also, I think that for a lot of the cities that were able to bid for this. I know people say like, oh, it was completely useless. I'm like, I don't think it was useless. I think that a lot of these cities we will to get their names in front of Amazon as well as other companies, and it also allowed a lot of them to see like, well, actually, why didn't they get this? Well, because they need to invest in certain areas that they haven't been investing in. So I hang on. This is that you put a whole bunch of points that which like that's just take these one at a time, Dr enough firstly the main thing that the. New York City government has promised to invest in is housing. We have a housing shortage in New York City, and that's like was marked for thousands of units have housing which are now going to be a corporate campus. Those apparently a huge fight between Amazon and New York in Amazon almost walked away over the fact that New York insisted that it not just be a sort of walled off campus, and the people who actually do need to be able to walk around it and through it like they do all of the Google buildings in New York. Google, incidentally, has like twenty thousand employees in New York already and has not received any kind of tax payers weakness tool..

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"sqi" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"It was one hundred thirty nine. So you could say, well, grandma clearly just doesn't have the clutch gene and he's his coming completely apart. But then you look at his career splits in. No, that's not really true. So I don't know what to do about money grand. Seems like he's been afflicted by the same thing. The dodgers were floated by all season long which is just not performing so well in the clutch, which is strictly again, not in any way, not in any way predictable, but can we are in you look at like the hitters this year who have been unclench the most unclench hitters almost in baseball been max Muncie Cody Bellinger the. Monte Grindal in, we're kind of waiting on them to do much in the playoff. So it's presumably a coincidence, but it is becoming a glaring coincidence if that makes any sense. Yeah. Craig words actually has a new post up on fan graphs about out the wild pitches and pass balls, and it's not just anecdotes. There actually have been more while pitches in pest balls postseason and less postseason actually too. So it's not just a one year trend. Although this year they're even more and as you were saying, Craig speculates that it might just be a blip, but it probably is related to the fact that they're just more wild pitches and pest bowls in general now, and you'd expect there to be even more than that in the playoffs because you have even more breaking balls being thrown in the playoffs. You have even faster fastballs on average being thrown in the playoffs because you have teams that are employing the best pitchers and the best pitching approaches you're at MAC's effort all the time you're bringing in your very best pitchers. You're not throwing your fifth starter in there. So these pitches or just. Harder to handle. And so as we speak, probably not as he listened the brewers have a sixty percent chance to win the series according to dense impor- sqi which is a product of the projections thinking they're better. It's a product of the fact that they are up to one now and they shut out the dodgers in game three. And I don't know a lot of the game conversation was about Dave Roberts, not being as as the brewers traditionally are by sticking with Welker bueller and not pinch hitting for him in the fifth inning when the dodgers were released ruling for offense. But you know, that's one small decision in a game where the dodgers got shut out and Julius seen pitched really well. And then the bullpen came in and the brewers spend thing. So you can kinda quibble with that decision. It maybe wasn't the best decision from win expectancy standpoint, but also the dodgers got shut out so. So there's more going on there. If you look at the, I mean, look, the results base has never gets anyone anywhere. But if you look at the bucks were of what happened with the dodgers, not only did they not score a run, which it doesn't matter what Roberts would have done this bueller perhaps, but they pinch it three times. And if you look at the box score, they are designated a b and c, that's David freeze, Matt camp and Brian dozer. So underneath box, quartz as a struck out Peterson, the eighth be struck out for Muncie in the eighth see struck out for flora in the ninth pinch hitting maybe wouldn't have saved the dodgers anyway. Yeah, so so much of the series is just about Josh haters just like when is Josh eight or going to pitch his stash bitching? When can they use eight or how much does it use? Hate her. Yeah, he has like when he's not on the screen, we're still talking about when he will be on the screen. And that's kind of the case now because he was used in game three, four, two outs. And I think people were curious about why that was because he hasn't really been used on back toback days much, and that's partially because when he comes in, he tends to pitch two or three innings, and then he's not available. But according to council, he will be available in the next game because he only got two out so you can use him in one of these two gains game for or game five..

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"sqi" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"I need one though i need one i can't compete without one on the show that's a little shame i like us thank you know one change skip your middle name that's my only i'm good until about not shirts i like it we're gonna start this morning with lebron james it's another day and another room about lebrons free agency espn's adrian ward sqi reports that chris paul is trying to get lebron to sign with the rockets now won't added that three is more focused on recruiting lebron than anything he's ever done in the entire nba now despite that the rockets have the fifth best odds to sign lebron according to odds shark so shannon we know it's kind of a long shop if it would've happened how good would the houston rockets to be with lbj well they went to the western conference finals without the best player in the world is hard for me to see them being any worse skip this is this is just pie in the sky chris paul won't say max contract which will pay him what over two hundred million lebron james once they max contract which will pay him i assume he does i don't know unless you tell me he's going to take his member in the legions article when you sports illustrated when he going back he said i never playing max yeah okay james harden is already on a max contract i hope chris paul in lebron understands that this is five on five basketball this is not ice cubes big three so big three doesn't do any good if you don't have three more players to fill out the starting five what you're gonna do with your being now warriors reporting that this is the most how how how do you get this is the most difficult recruiting job he's ever done hard ever worked at hotline to pull something off in the nba will will lock in the andre jordan his own house where would you rank that because that did happen well this is lebron versus de'andre okay but at the time he wanted the andrea to come back his that's what he locked him in his house he else you think this guy i'm sure tomorrow there's going to be another scenario where he's gonna possibly stay in in cleveland and kawai and kimball walker's coming there or there's gonna be a scenario look they will be better there's no question about it how much better is the thing that i'm concerned with skip because we will concern with okay chris paul and james hard to ball dominant guys they made it work pretty well i was shocked by hell will at work especially in the western conference finals but go ahead three dollars guys not i'll get it lebron will not have to play as many minutes he will not have to play on the ball nearly as much but i just don't get how you can get those three max guys on the same team lebron good this will lebron's going gonna have to understand scale one or two things going to have to take place either an extra ten to twelve million dollars more important than rings because that's what kevin the reason why golden state was able to do what they did draymond took about twelve million dollars less over the length of the contract and kevin durant is playing pennies on the dollar that's what he's saying i still don't know how they fitted all that under that cap but they did and they kept diga dolon they kept sean lynn online they did it because kevin durant says i'll play for ten twelve million dollars less than what i can give andrey on the market value clay on the market value behaviors that the tricky thing with them skip how to keep this thing together after another year because everybody going to be won't big the rockets will be better how much better i don't know because if you sign these guys you're gonna have.

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"sqi" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on TechStuff

"Conversations typically through webcams and it was designed by andrei turnoff sqi back when he was attending high school in russia he launched the site in november two thousand nine and it grew steadily and it also got a pretty dark reputation well earned you might say it was a place where guys were jumping from connection to connection in quest to find women willing to get naked in front of a camera also had reputation for guys exposing themselves to the camera not that everyone did this mind you but enough of them did do it to earn the services reputation a similar service called omega l launched that very same year several months earlier this one was designed by leaf k brooks omega initially only allowed for text chat but by twenty ten also had a video chat service built into it and i've seen creative uses both of megan and chat roulette in fun ways but sadly that tends to take a back seat to all the coverage of out people who are using it to you know either get naked or ask other people to get naked for them so you know you can't always predict how your product is going to be used once it gets released into the wild i have no idea if that was andre's idea when he first decided to create chat roulette but it certainly the way a lot of enough people have used it for it to get that reputation square was founded in two thousand nine and it launched the following year and twenty ten square is a company that was co founded by twitter ceo jack dorsey so doors he's been in charge of a couple of companies that have made a lot of impact in the texts fear in the last decade the concept of square is a technology that makes it easier to accept credit cards as a form of payment the original card readers were square in shape and they were don goals that you would plug into a mobile devices audio jack three point five millimeter jack so beckmann audio when your smartphones and stuff had those.

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"sqi" Discussed on Podcasts

Podcasts

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on Podcasts

"See current is a multimedia publication designed to keep healthcare professionals up date with standards of care and numerous ideas this chapter is created and edited by todd con sqi so fia abdul hai duru promotion and raja vendor ralph and is recorded and produced at akron hospital in akron ohio welcome to stay current in pediatric surgery this is todd ski and today we were recording live from akron children's hospital and our topic today is blunt solid organ injury and the title that david notre gave us was everything you wanted to know about blunt solid organ injury and that's actually quite a fitting title for what we're gonna get into we've already done previous podcast on trauma part one and this is really trauma part two and with us today we actually have two guests faculty i i'd like to introduce my co host dr mark mccomb nuxie mccollum is here at akron children's hospital he is staff surgeon here he's been here for fifteen years he's assistant professor of surgery at northeastern ohio college medicine and he is our trauma medical director here at akron children's hospital mark thanks for joining us today yeah thanks for having me talk and our guest of honor is dr david notre david is the trauma medical director at phoenix children's hospital and is associate professor of surgery at the mayo clinic college of medicine and associate professor of surgery at the university of arizona college of medicine in phoenix david thanks for joining us pleasure thanks vitamin just to give the audience some background on why we were very excited to have you here is you have clearly recently emerged as expert in solid organ injury and a lot of that has to do with an incredible work that you did on something that many of us have done which is really put together a fantastic multicentre prospective study to really better understand all of the elements of solid organ injury called atomic can you tell us a little bit more about what atomic is and what you guys did that that is very kind atomic started around two thousand ten and it's interesting because when we decided that we were gonna do an algorithm for how to treat solve organ injury of we were really inspired by all the research that have been done.

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"sqi" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz

Digital Production Buzz

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz

"Yeah it was that point in a career when you have just enough connections just enough talent and also don't know necessarily everything that you're getting into you think it's like the best smartest idea to be your own boss but really your clients or your boss no matter who you work or don't work for so now it's a great thing because i took the dive in learned as a went you know if i knew then everything i know now i don't i don't know if i would be able to make the same decision but i'm certainly very glad i am where i am room sometimes bliss agree with that yes now that you're in business for close to ten years how would you describe serov sqi today that saint similar as to how it was when we started were still a boutique abboud teak don't aspire to be a giant conglomerate in the post arena the facts we really want to focus on a few projects at a time and take them very seriously and due beautiful work so we're never going to be a volume kind of place we're going to be a quality kind of studio today's show we're talking about the challenges of women working in the media industry and all of us whether we're men or women face challenges and building a career what are some of the challenges that are unique to women it's fair to say growing up as a designer in the motion graphics world especially as it was kind of just conceived in two thousand two thousand one when i started my career i didn't have any female bosses this certainly weren't any female owners of the company no female creative director i didn't really see version of myself above me i was kind of a designer every other woman was either designer or producer and as i had asked rations to grow and focus on the work and to become higher and higher and higher than that kind of scale i started to be singled out as like wow you're the only one here doing that you're the only one here you know what.

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"sqi" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Fabulous he wants his daughter to be working by his side at all times and his political ambition includes fucking over half the population so the other half can have the resources he feels they've been denied that's way too it's the other way to look at it a fucking idiot autocrat whose obsessed with gold right wants his daughter i mean wow this is crazy i failed to see the parallel except for the ones that breitbart is drawing well we'll think about it clinton is saying that chelsea clinton run so i mean yeah it's all they're totally now actually really interesting take on a conservative read of a popular movie right now is one that i heard wesley morris and gentle worth i'm talking about on their podcast last week their podcasts called still processing and they talked about how a quiet place this movie by junk christine sqi that is you know about a family who is in hiding from these monsters who if you make a noise they will like come find you and devour you how that can be read and they were saying like they don't think this was intentionally the point they just think that this is why it's resonating so much how that can be read as you know a representation of how white americans feel where like the monsters in this case are like brown alien invaders and if white people like make a noise than the brown alien like common devour them 'cause they're like overly sensitive and so i don't know i thought that was actually a pretty interesting read from them just they put that in the context of the roseanne reboot because there's this scene in the roseanne reboot that i've seen a couple of times now or heard quotes from a couple of times now where like roseanne and dan fall asleep on the couch and they sleep all the way from wheel of fortune to kimmel and she's like oh we slept all the way to kimmel and then dan is like yeah we missed all the shows with black and asian people and roseanne's like well they're all like us there you're caught up and it's just like really aggressively like yeah seems like that sort of the same point of view is like white people that are being marginalized and pushed to the side which is as we were saying i mean all we're seeing is white people.

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"sqi" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"The heat that it really just on whiteside problem he really damn near is playing his way out of the league even the washington wizards assad wet said that is so not funny let me see if it works it does that's exactly what my my fifteen year gm my gm for life pantley you have tenure here in washington if you're a gm like a college professor you can't fire me has tenure well earning drafted the future the wizards saturday sqi early greg yeah he did they did yes that's true he did dress at ranchi hold them before we got we got to look at so whiteside makes twenty three million in yon muhindi make sixteen million try this trade now i just a trade let's see who do you wanna throw in you wanna throw in we my scott would you throw it i love mike scott he's the best shooter on the team i don't want to get rid of mike scott have one last year of marquis of markeith morris thinking morris jason smith i'm throwing a jason smith's contract try this traded spent a successful yon hidden and jason spit for hassan whiteside congratulations house you did it you're back jaguars loops it's going to be awesome you detect yourself into one day i hate you who is the last night here you had miami was minnesota's are borderline now they're they're they stick around for another year the jimmy dean jimmy butler injury screwed that up but but but the problem is tibbs the jimmy butler injury is directly linked to old school tibbs play everybody you know forty seven out of forty eight minutes and they they have a perpetual a wiggins problem where are they going to do with wiggins i wish this is where we need a consulting service for nba teams why don't we do that that's the logic consulting service i to just be there as an impartial party for when minnesota's like.

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"sqi" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"The heat that it really just on whiteside problem he really damn near is playing his way out of the league even the washington wizards assad wet said that is so not funny let me see if it works it does that's exactly what my my fifteen year gm my gm for life pantley you have tenure here in washington if you're a gm like a college professor you can't fire me has tenure well earning drafted the future the wizards saturday sqi early greg yeah he did they did yes that's true he did dress at ranchi hold them before we got we got to look at so whiteside makes twenty three million in yon muhindi make sixteen million try this trade now i just a trade let's see who do you wanna throw in you wanna throw in we my scott would you throw it i love mike scott he's the best shooter on the team i don't want to get rid of mike scott have one last year of marquis of markeith morris thinking morris jason smith i'm throwing a jason smith's contract try this traded spent a successful yon hidden and jason spit for hassan whiteside congratulations house you did it you're back jaguars loops it's going to be awesome you detect yourself into one day i hate you who is the last night here you had miami was minnesota's are borderline now they're they're they stick around for another year the jimmy dean jimmy butler injury screwed that up but but but the problem is tibbs the jimmy butler injury is directly linked to old school tibbs play everybody you know forty seven out of forty eight minutes and they they have a perpetual a wiggins problem where are they going to do with wiggins i wish this is where we need a consulting service for nba teams why don't we do that that's the logic consulting service i to just be there as an impartial party for when minnesota's like.

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"sqi" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

The Minimalists Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"sqi" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

"Unbelievable to this world yes it's really great so i've got three things we got a movie a thing an album for you here yesterday i went to go see a quiet place it is it's it's under the horror genre i guess you could call it and it's slightly scary for someone like bax who gets really scared she's like l l and backs are kind of the same person elo refused the wash movies she's almost five she'll be five in about a month and she refused she thinks all movies are synonymous with scary movie she just like frozen we've tried to get her washes i can't watch it it's too scary for me but backs is she she gets scared easily movies but it's their parts that are certainly scary they're meant to to be scary but it's not like it's john craig christine sqi yes from the all from the office and and jack ryan all these other places but very talented actor he directed it and it it's him and emily blunt and their three kids and that's really it it's only the five of them in the whole movie but the this isn't giving anything away i won't give any spoilers put the premise of the movie is there is something out that is getting humans killing humans and the only way you can avoid it is to be quiet like to be quiet all the time you can't talk he can't make loud noises which to me.

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