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"sawai" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"sawai" Discussed on This Day in History Class

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"sawai" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So how did a band with no fans? No internet presence gets on. Spotify. Turns out it's really easy until recently. It was up to record labels and companies. The get psalms uploaded that changed in September when Spotify relaxed its rules at I cannot like songs allowing independent artists outlawed tracks through the service directly now musicians that need a record label or a company to do it for them. And she found that this was a bigger issue than just the activity on your account Yanni Sawai found what pages and pages of music fans complaining that they too were being falsified this music by Spotify. Read it I came across a thread devoted to people looking for answers that I was also searching for one person wrote the same began low five keeps being played on my camp. And I've tried everything change my password of locked out of everywhere. I can't stop it. The person that wrote that Coleman who's Callum Dixon from Lincoln in the UK who coincidentally also happens to be a cybersecurity graduate. I caught up with him. When I was listening to music it changed in the middle to something else. And then it kept happening from the beginning. I five from what I can say is just a completely made up artist on Spotify. They're all clones of each of the the music, not really music, you can tell he's not genuine account listening to it. The group played on his account for two whole weeks. The first idea I had was that they have my password so change my password on Spotify unlocked. I of all devices. And he was still happening. So I thought maybe they have my Email address password sort changed my Email address password still happening. Spotify still happening one day just stopped of figured out there doing this. I don't wanna get too technical on you. Basically whoever's doing this. They don't have anybody's passwords. I was intrigued by what Callum told me at the end of our interview he seemed confident that the people accessing our Spotify counts didn't have our passwords. So they must have had another means to get into our playlists coming up. We'll explain how groups like the began low five and DJ Bruges might have been able to.

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"sawai" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"Once they gave up dairy not to mention that. If you're giving a very giving one other food that is. In a lot of unhealthy in all things that are masters food. That is cheese. Right. We've got we've got cheese in the pizza crust. We've got extra cheese and our sandwiches. We've got reporting cheese everywhere, that's actually docs to the reward receptors in the brain just like heroin, and so by cutting out there, you would cut out a lot of the cheese and butter and saturated fat, and and so on so that would make a difference ice cream is a big one that many people. You don't have a weakness force if you just say, okay, I'm going without dairy. Then you might be able to cut out on a lot of these foods and see how you feel right? Check it out. See while you feel do it for six to eight weeks. If you like it, you can continue if you don't like it. I'll give you your money back. So I love the fact that you speak about familiarity and district because these are the two things that I guess as humans we're looking for. We're looking for food that will allow us allows the Sawai of foods that and awarding food set up potentially poisonous. We're looking for foods that are familiar and foods that are tasty. And under this bucket. We have you know, food such as which Suga with unhealthy fats, and and it will protein, and you tune in your book that in excess of those is not good for a body. So could you elaborate on why exactly they're not good for the body as much as we can eliminate these? We we are better off animals when you're eating animals, essentially, the higher up the food chain that you're eating the higher. There's bio concentration of all the toxins that we talked about earlier. So if I'm eating, you know, a cow, for example, you are much more likely to be picking up environmental toxins that were in the soil. Whether it's heavy metals, or arsenic or the pesticides such as Monsanto's roundup in life upset that was sprayed on the fields, which which you know, in the United States these commercial agriculture feed operations gaffer's use corn. And soy why? Because. Gordon soy are cheap. And the sons are subsidized by the government. But that is not even the native food of the animal and on ninety percent of this corn and soy is genetically modified. So that it can be sprayed with these best asides at much higher concentration that you would have been otherwise be able to do. And now the animals are eating that food. So guess what's happening? We'll get where that all the chemicals has been concentrated in the flesh of the animal, which we then consume, and you know, as far as you know, the whole system is is just rampant with. Really manipulation right this greed greed to sell more.

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"sawai" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The beaches ninety inland and into the ninety s. In the valleys there is still, a chance. Of afternoon and evening thundershowers. And some of the. Mountain areas today but not tomorrow down right. Now at seventy four degrees Agora hills at seventy. Four and in Long Beach it's seventy four degrees at seven oh, seven, the, so-called holy fire in orange and riverside counties has now grown to more than nineteen thousand acres and. It continues to threaten many homes in lake Elsinore corona and some other areas but fire crews are slowly. Making more progress against it it. Is now ten percent contained homeowners who found themselves. In the path of the flames tell CBS. Too it's been very nerve wracking to watch them advance getting. Close real close they started over there now it's way over here so it's pretty close. Yes it's very scary actually evacuation orders covering more than twenty one thousand people are still in effect and more than. Fifteen hundred firefighters are now battling the. Flames which have often been acting a radically because. Of rough terrain and those occasional high winds The man charged with arson in that. Fire made several. Outbursts in court on Friday forcing the judge to, again postpone his arraignment. It was not clear if the man accused of. Starting the holy fire. Was, mocking the judge. Or, just confused forced Clark's outbursts started. As she read the charges against him involving arson aggravated arson Sawai criminal anthrax these are just allegations, and resist Herat that's when his public defender asked to postpone. Arraignment the judge agreed you You Oh I. Comprehend I do not understand. Though I will say Joining. Thank you sir Clark is accused of to felony counts of arson and of one felony ellegation of making a. Threat to terrorize Million.

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"sawai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To take a break across the west wildfire officials are keeping track of illnesses. Like heat exhaustion and heatstroke for NPR news I'm Emily swing in Spokane last minute technical problem has delayed the launch of a NASA probe to the sun, the rocket maker United launch alliance says it will try again tomorrow provided the issue that caused the delay can be resolved quickly. The Parker solar probe is aimed at studying the sun's atmosphere. Over a seven year mission is designed to fly closer. To the sun than any other spacecraft and you're listening to NPR news Man charged with setting southern California's holy fire has appeared in a court threw a video feed from jail he told Orange County superior court Commissioner. Vickie Hicks at the charges against him are ally Mr. FARC is charging several. Counts involving arson aggravated arson Sawai criminal anthrax these are just allegations fifty, one, year old forest Gordon Clark. Made several outbursts has bail has been set at one million dollars the fire has destroyed thirteen homes and cabins some twenty thousand people. Around the city of lake. Elsinore remain, under evacuation orders motorcyclists from around the world of converged on South Dakota. This week for the seventy eighth Sturgis motorcycle rally but it seems the once rowdy crowd has gotten a bit older over the. Years and has Jim Kent reports that's making the rally pretty mellow the Sturgis motorcycle rally drawers more than two hundred thousand bikers to it sound we're less, than seven thousand people usually live Through, the years the events has become known as party central for bikers. But only a handful of outlaw gang incidents, has. Occurred, longtime, biker in. Vendor Denny Birger is says the real bikers have. Gotten older than the demographics have changed it's a big tourist type thing now. Where you know even if you know right. You wanna come.

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"sawai" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Threatening. Thousands of homes in, the foothills south of Los Angeles that. Authorities say was intentionally set Orange County, superior. Court. Commissioner Vickie Hicks rates the charges against arson suspect forest. Gordon Clark in court Friday Mr. Farkas charging several counts involving arson aggravated arson Sawai criminal threats are just allegations fifty one year old four Clark made several outbursts. Claiming his life was being threatened to court Commissioner. Ordered this Bill to remain at one million nearly twenty blazers of running across California the federal government racked up a seventy six point nine billion dollar. Deficit in July with increased government spending and tax cuts keeping the country on track, to record its biggest annual deficit in six. Years the treasury department is reporting that in the first ten, months of this budget year but deficit totaled, six hundred eighty four billion Dollars up twenty point eight percent. From the same. Period last year the government has sharply revised upward its deficit, estimates projecting annual deficits will once again top one trillion dollars next, year correspondent Dennis Crowley now that. The spring court nominee, Brad cabinet is but privately with almost. Every Republican Senator it's becoming increasingly clear, the. President. Trump's pick to the bench benches running into little GOP. Resistance Utah Senator hatch says Cavanaugh will be on the supreme court when this is all said and done Judge Kevin I will be the most thoroughly vetted nominee. In the history of the supreme court process at. The end of the day judge Cavanaugh is going to be confirmed too key Republican senators Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of Maine remain among. The holdouts Russia's prime minister sternly warned the.

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Arson, Commissioner and Gordon Clark discussed on Michael Medved

Michael Medved

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Arson, Commissioner and Gordon Clark discussed on Michael Medved

"The federal government racked up a seventy six point nine billion dollar. Deficit in July with increased government spending and tax cuts keeping the country on track, to record its biggest annual deficit in six. Years the treasury department is reporting that in the first ten, months of this budget year but deficit totaled, six hundred eighty four billion Dollars up twenty point eight percent. From the same. Period last year the government has sharply revised upward its deficit, estimates projecting annual deficits will once again top one trillion dollars

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U.S. budget deficit already 21% higher than last year

AM970 Special Programming

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. budget deficit already 21% higher than last year

"Against, arson suspect forest Gordon Clark in court. Friday Mr. FARC is charging several counts involving arson aggravated arson Sawai criminal threats these are just allegations Fifty one year old fourth Clark made several. Outbursts claiming his life was, being threatened court Commissioner, ordered this belt remain at one million. Nearly twenty blazers are running across California the federal. Government racked up a seventy six point nine billion dollar deficit in July with increased government spending and tax cuts keeping the country on. Track to record, its biggest annual deficit in, six, years perjury

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"sawai" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"On chickens, lymphoma, jury agreed that roundup contributed to his cancer. Johnson says, he hopes other people will be able to learn from all this causes way bigger than me. So hopefully this thing will start to get the attention that it needs to get rice. I can make a good choice. Monsanto says, it's going to appeal claiming. Hundreds of studies have shown roundup doesn't cause cancer check. Jill. This may explain President Trump's decision to reimpose sanctions on Iran show of force last week from the government in Tehran. Ballistic missile test the first of its kind in more than a year and a. Brazen display of defiance just months after President Trump pulled the US out of the nuclear deal and just days before, those, new, sanctions took. Effect Kristen Fisher the launch was detected by, US, spy-satellites missile flew more than one hundred miles. Over the, straits of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf driven by gusty winds the holy Jim canyon fire north. Of LA has nearly doubled in size now charring thirty square miles it's about ten percent. Contained a home in lake Elsinore. Burned to, the ground on Friday forest. Clark the man accused of setting that fire appearing in. Court. Friday for his arraignment quarrelled with the judge involving arson aggravated arson Sawai criminal threats these are just allegations and resisting Part s Continue the? Arraignment, drawn yes Correct Rainman postponed until next. Week Fox, News fair and. Balanced First. Opened about, ten years ago We're, small just a few. Of us but it was exciting I always dreamt, of having my own business. It was. Kinda slow at first but things started, picking up we had Big plans but. In wildest dreams we never never, thought we'd have this much. Work yeah With. So many businesses caught off.

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Man suspected of starting Holy Fire makes bizarre court appearance

24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Man suspected of starting Holy Fire makes bizarre court appearance

"The suspect accused of starting the so-called holy fire burning out. Of control now in southern California has made what could be classified, as an odd court, appearance correspondent Jim, Rupe with more forest. Gordon Clark the fifty one year old man Authorities believe, started the fire that began last Monday in a rural community called holy Jim. Listened sort, of as, the, judge, read the. Charges against arson aggravated arson Sawai criminal anthrax these are just allegations and. Resist Harare MRs behavior was erratic he stared at the courtroom camera he said other things like when the judge said his bail would remain at one million dollars Milligan right now Found guilty. On all counts he could spend the rest of his life

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"sawai" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on 790 KABC

"To this property matters we come scrambling. Over these boulders you could see more firefighters over here on. The rain, there's you've got a hose line you're still. The smoke so thick you can barely see don't want to, show you some video we recorded just, in the past hour fire command responding almost instantly the floor up. Within, minutes sending four well actually it was up to airdrops one tanker after another bringing water down into that flop at, effectively putting it out but since then they've been working this area on the ground in. Fact we hear another tanker coming in right now but as you look, in a wider view, of this area you, can see there is more thick heavy black smoke that is rising. Just to the south of us again this is the neighborhood. At the West End of lake Elsinore at. The foothills we are above Nottingham way and friar tuck there is still, a threat to this neighborhood because the wind. Is still coming out Out of the west pushing this. Fire towards lake Elsinore reporting live from, like Elsinore Patrick, Healey NBC four news all right thank you for. That, Patrick and the man who was charged with starting this, fire the holy fire made an appearance in, court today and. It included several outbursts including calling the arson charge against him. Alive the, man is forest Clark and it seemed like. He just couldn't stand still today pacing back and forth making, strange statements even though the judge repeatedly, told him to stay quiet Clark is accused of setting part of. The, tribunal canyon on fire destroying hundreds of acres and many cabins his attorney tried two times to block his numerous moves, back. And forth didn't want the camera to see his face but obviously that didn't work Do not understand though I will say And. Mr. is charged several counts. Involving. Arson aggravated arson Sawai Clark has got to be back in. Court next week, if he's convicted he could face. A life sentence our coverage of the holy fire continues on NBC. LA dot com and the. NBC LA app we have all the evacuations. And road closures you need to. Know about their you can also click through a gallery of images from. The, front lines meanwhile the Cranston fire which was also sparked by an arsonist is now one hundred percent contained the wildfire. In San Bernardino national forest broke out off of highway seventy four on, July twenty fifth and over the. Next two weeks it scorched more than thirteen thousand acres destroying at least, a dozen homes authorities, arrested this man thirty, two year old Brandon McCoy lover of hemmitt and charged him. With fifteen, felony arson counts breaking new shots fired at a sheriff's station in Lakewood after an inmate assaulted and employee there LA sheriff's department is now saying that the suspect. Was being booked At the. Time for charges related to a stolen car that was this afternoon around. One, o'clock at the sheriff's office on Clark avenue well that's when he punched a female custody assistant and then grabbed her. Taser and it doesn't end there deputies say the inmate locked himself it, ended employees inside a jail cell. Is he's struggling to get the taser holster after he took it away, from her she's able, to crawl over and, hit a panic button which is called emergency budding the Jill. She does it sets off an alarm and station knowing there's some trouble the Joe the watch commander who. Has a monitor sees what's happening in the suspect assaulting the jailer And, we're told the suspect was shot, at least once in the. Chest the woman has a broken nose and other facial injuries they're both expected to recover a family celebration turned deadly after, a drive by shooter opened fire on a Carson home killing a mother of four investigators say. Whoever pulled. The trigger is still out there but they're hoping a new reward will. Help them catch the killer NBC Kim Tobin joins us now live in downtown LA Kim.

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"sawai" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Size, threatening homes, demand accused of igniting the fire forest Clark facing a judge today. Fire is charging several counts involving arson, aggravated. Arson Sawai making several outbursts. His arraignment postpone. On bail set at one million dollars, local fire chief who says he got a text from Clark, reading, quote, it's all gonna burn telling CNN. He warned officials about three years ago. I said, that's it. You have to take care of this or easy. They're going to burn something or kill somebody. Frontlines, firefighters jumping on hotspots hours after battling a fierce, firestorm backyard. Sounding, the alarm late Thursday is fire is made a Roger fee. Those flames behind me. The embers are burning. It is so smoky in the homes are right behind me. Here. Desperate residents armed with garden hose is making a final stand late into the night. Any one evaluate resident helplessly watching the flames on his home security cameras, talking to a firefighter at the door. We're going to hang out here a little while longer before we move on, but your health. Thank you so much. Twelve hundred firefighters battling this out of control blaze. We'll card joins us now live from lake Elsinore that very same neighborhood. We're firefighters made that heroin stand and we'll firefighters were able to save every home there. Last night that dry, Tom amazingly, you can see backyards like this are painted red after those tankers swept in time and time again, take a wide look and you can see just how close those flames came to this line of homes. We saw those fire crews jump on those flames over and over tonight. These homeowners are thankful as the fire crews still have a long fire season ahead, Tom incredible how they will stop the fire there. All right. We'll thanks so much next, the deadly misunderstanding here in Queens, New York prosecutors, say tourist knocked on the window of a car thinking it was an Uber. The driver allegedly punching the tourist who fell and hit his head, and later died tonight that driver a college basketball coach is charged with assault. Here's ABC's Adrian banker. No comment. Tonight, this Wake Forest assistant coach on leave charged with assault after a man. He allegedly punched died from his injuries. Police say these images are Djamil Jones. Leaving the scene moments after a late night altercation with Sean doors, Zibo detectives Aibo was in New York for a wedding and after several drinks called for an Uber, but his phone died witnesses. Tell police. He knocked on the windows of multiple cars searching for his right prosecutors. Say Jones was seated in his white SUV and that Wednesday, Bo allegedly hit his window. The coach got out and punched Zibo in the face, knocking him out. His head hit the pavement. A witness who does not want to be identified, says Jones, then leans Aibo body against a car before leaving the scene. So he was choking on his to the NBA Zabel died two days later on Thursday Jones turned himself in charged with misdemeanor assault Jones family expressing their condolences saying, the coach is a man of good character. Zavos family today is not accepting their apology. I'm sorry, you're. Condolences are a little bit too late. The medical examiner ruled, the death, a homicide, and the DA says that Jones charges could be upgraded. Just a sad story all the way around Tom faded embankment I Adrian, thank you next extraordinary. Look inside of police traffic. Stop that turned into a gun battle. Take a look at this. This is the moment that dash Cam video shows the suspected DUI arrest spiraling out of control that travel driver eventually turning the tables, leaving one of the officers, critically injured and then speeding off. Here's ABC's aerial Russia. Tonight newly released dash Cam video, showing the moment, a traffic stop on a Pennsylvania highway, turned into a near deadly gun, battle. One eighty seven miles an hour. A state trooper pulling over twenty two year old. Daniel Clary for speeding..

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"sawai" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The role of JAMES BOND I think he's still a little bit in that flavor of the. Month or, flavor of the, year category whereas eaters Alabama has occurred he could totally do it now because teachers Selbe we, would have our first black JAMES BOND. And I. Think that's, a cool? Idea I don't I mean why not but that wouldn't be necessarily the reason to do it any more than a lot of people voted for Barack Obama because, he thought he was a qualified. President not because he was African American there is likely to be great controversies there, night if. They cast a black actors JAMES BOND. Some people may Very wholeheartedly endorse it in some may say, that's not the. Image they have in their mind, JAMES BOND well I think there would be controversy if there, was for two reasons the first reason is. That we. Seem to be a country that is addicted to. Getting involved in meaningless controversies so that we can take our eye, off the. Ball of what really matters we'd rather argue about, what color JAMES BOND is then all the things the president is. Doing or whatever the other reason there might be controversy is clearly in the last few years what I. Would call, late streams of, racism in America seems to have come out more and more it's become more virulent we seem, like a more racist country than we. Were I. Would argue, that it's? Just more out in the open but that really has happened in that context maybe some people would object but I don't think that people from from that point, of view should should stop the. Casting of a movie no you're right but but but let's face it as you, well know. Movies are cast Very largely because of, what they studios considered to be the potential box office appeal would there be concern on the part of a. Movie, studio that. There, might be some backlash if JAMES BOND turns out, to be black Well I think they would probably have that dialogue but, my own feeling is that I. Pick up Peter's Elba I think, that's a solid a box office choice as you could make I. Think he's a great, actor I think people turned out to see, the JAMES BOND, series no, matter who plays JAMES BOND if, the actor really is. Great it has all those qualities then that's gonna help all the war. And in this case if we had our first black JAMES BOND sure it might you know. Turn off if that's the phrase some some racist viewers but I also think that it would turn a lot of people on I think a lot of people would would would come out to see what that looks like what that felt like, if if a character is important in our culture central to our culture is JAMES BOND being played by a black actor if that might You know Suggesting a kind of paradigm shift in. The culture I think that's one of the things that would be exciting. About it so in terms of the, box office I don't think the studio would have anything to, worry about, but I'm I'm sure that, they would, you know have conferences where they debated at issues and did their debated, at issue did their, marketing surveys everything that they do. Can do we know when a decision is going to? Be, made no and probably not necessarily any time real soon because we still have there's a long time between each of. These films that's the way the bond, series works and we still have at least one more Daniel Craig movie. To go I don't think it's definitive that he's going to be stepping down after, that film but maybe so we've got. Some time I think the reason these names are. Out there that studio is probably floating them on. Some level they wanna see. People's reaction Owen Gleiberman varieties chief film critic in about four minutes when KNX, in-depth continues does the DMV have special offices that we may not know about, right now, the news Brief here's rob Archer thanks. Guys our top stories right now the man accused of shorting the holy fire says, the charges against him are a lie. It was just one of several disruptions as the. Judge tried were second day to get him to. Interrupt lead the suspect forest. Gordon made several outbursts during his first quarter appearance Mr. bark is charged several, counts involving arson aggravated arson Sawai criminal these are just allegations and resist haram,.

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"sawai" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on Exponent

"He was it was a there's an there's no way around called cpm and seattle could be your price at build a clone of it called eighty six dos that microsoft bought and rebranded ms dos then delivered it to dive you there were yard that that is an impressive piece of business business how would you say like jujitsu right there so microsoft like microsoft will they will meet your needs and they will do whatever it takes to your needs and their profit handsomely off of it any al from that point on everyone knows the story from that point on where they control the operating system immediately because they were attached to ibm the ibm pc became hugely popular which people don't understand like the mac never had a chance the ibm was already hugely popular even before the mac launch and was you know had the lock in business it got third party transfer thirty by applications built for it and you got and it turned out those third party applications they're locking was with the windows api was not with the ibm bios or whatever you know they thought they control on it and compaq reversions your that bio started making ibm compatible computers and everyone else started doing the same thing what was the sort of what was the lynch pin in this entire stack in this entire valued rain windows but bios was gone and it was the suffo yeah it was it was it was dos right in and then the matt came out and showed oh this gooey and then microsoft of course wind said oh we could do something like that and that's how windows came along but but the entire point is they controlled that lynch pin and microsoft leverage that to no end they leverage it into a gooey which was windows that you had dos and they shipped windows and most people didn't like windows because it was terrible there's still use dos and then they got better and people would still drop into dos to run applications that only ran that only ran in that sort of environment and eventually came along windows ninety five obviously sawai really solidified their their whole broadly windows nt cleanup the architecture at town so so on and so forth into.

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"sawai" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on Exponent

"He was it was a there's an there's no way around called cpm and seattle could be your price at build a clone of it called eighty six dos that microsoft bought and rebranded ms dos then delivered it to dive you there were yard that that is an impressive piece of business business how would you say like jujitsu right there so microsoft like microsoft will they will meet your needs and they will do whatever it takes to your needs and their profit handsomely off of it any al from that point on everyone knows the story from that point on where they control the operating system immediately because they were attached to ibm the ibm pc became hugely popular which people don't understand like the mac never had a chance the ibm was already hugely popular even before the mac launch and was you know had the lock in business it got third party transfer thirty by applications built for it and you got and it turned out those third party applications they're locking was with the windows api was not with the ibm bios or whatever you know they thought they control on it and compaq reversions your that bio started making ibm compatible computers and everyone else started doing the same thing what was the sort of what was the lynch pin in this entire stack in this entire valued rain windows but bios was gone and it was the suffo yeah it was it was it was dos right in and then the matt came out and showed oh this gooey and then microsoft of course wind said oh we could do something like that and that's how windows came along but but the entire point is they controlled that lynch pin and microsoft leverage that to no end they leverage it into a gooey which was windows that you had dos and they shipped windows and most people didn't like windows because it was terrible there's still use dos and then they got better and people would still drop into dos to run applications that only ran that only ran in that sort of environment and eventually came along windows ninety five obviously sawai really solidified their their whole broadly windows nt cleanup the architecture at town so so on and so forth into.

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"sawai" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on Super Station 101

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"sawai" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

News Talk 710 KNUS

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

"I worry is personal and trade lawyer de ever hostility toward trial lawyer wellmade i'll tell you i have some cat i'm not going to bolt across the table and start choking you are you don't have to worry about that but i do have some frustration with trial lawyers with respect to construction defects i am frustrated with the compromise that the legislature struck for construction defects i think there should have been right to cure i not sure that the that the compromise reached in the legislature it's going to do anything to bring more affordable housing to the denver metro area and this idea that you know it needs to be majority vote from the ha but if you have a cousin that's a developer of brother that's a in real estate you have after recuse yourself from the vote is just an extra step for their trial ernie center i know you don't work for the sawai a law firm but the the butter and i don't wanna high don't want to picket he fights on your show but let's just say this so why a law firm has done extremely well and ideas armored allied turn i had advised hand strangling and no i can't cry dave fact farrah at our fat and our last few moments together who are the endorsed lynn rapidfire by the way i feel like i'm on jeopardy well let me ask you if a year ago other candidates will agree to a debate with me as a moderator are you darah that sure absolutely yeah and i'm an unaffiliated butter how do you do you encourage iron affiliated to participate in the primary and i should men unaffiliated but for walker stapled we'll look republicans in colorado have not i have not been viable for more than a decade and if a democratic wins it will be a democrat wins the democratic party winds it'll be sixteen years since we've had a republican governor and if cured police winds will go left.

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"sawai" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The judge was wrong per se but i think the jury only hearing from one as opposed to two or five or more will probably a factor as well joseph kennedy what are your thoughts about this will actually wasn't surprised by the few verdict juries industrial case constricted in to judge use or he prospection police officer the jury instruction specifically cautions them against using 2020 vision of hindsight and then the jury instruction also sort of crimes jewish to think even more specifically button from the least one of you tells them police officers have he makes in second decisions about the use of force in her circumstances that are tense uncertain rapidlyevolving so the the law absurd of definitely favours the coup res the jury instructions favorably it worse cases these cases or hard for prosecutors to win said glenn legal better something you talked about in the in relation to the cosby trial i think that many people who just follow the news casually would know that some sixty women nearly sixty women have accused bill cosby of the same or similar conduct giving them drugs without their consent and then you know imposing himself sexually on them why weren't those accusations considered relevant here as you you mentioned only one person was allowed to sort of testify i think the casual observer would think that's relevant it speaks to a pattern of behaviour sawai wasn't at a part of the jury trial that's a great question is an eternal quest in our system of justice and evidence but you ought to be fair to the jury the i'm sure the judge instructed the meal you're only supposed to make the decision based on the evidence is presented here and so i know we don't usually think jurors follow the judge's instructions and a lot of times they don't with this why be one of those instances where they did professor canada before we let you go of like mr her ivy you have experience in the courtroom as well as now as an academic researcher in it and a teacher is there something that you think we and the public should know or should learn from both of these cases that are just recently concluded at least for now they're both very agreed different cases but you know the communism and bags obviously the jury in juries or the in east the human element and it's difficult.

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"sawai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I as i understand there's up till i almost sixty women saying that this is what happened in that followed the same amato but the judge decided only one could you know testify in their reasons for that i'm not you know saying the judge was wrong per se but i think you know the jury only hearing from one as opposed to two or five or more was probably a factor as well just a kennedy what are your thoughts about this will actually wasn't surprised by the huber rich jurisprudence you'll case for instructed to judge use were sheep respecting the police officer the jury instruction specifically cautions them against using 2020 vision of hindsight and in the jury instruction also should've crimes jurists to think even more specifically but from the police officer point of view tells them police officers at make splitsecond decisions about the use of force in her circumstances that are tense uncertain rapidlyevolving so the the law of sirte of definitely favours the police the jury instructions favored at least music worse cases these cases or hard for prosecutors to win so go glen legal better something you talked about in the in relation to the cosby trial i think that many people who've just follow the news casually would know that some sixty women nearly sixty women have accused bill cosby of the same or similar conduct giving them drugs without their consent and then and you know imposing himself sexually on them why weren't those accusations considered relevant here as you you mention only one person was the lab tests so to testify i think the casual observer would think that's relevant it speaks to a pattern of behaviour sawai wasn't in a part of the jury trial that's a great question is an eternal quest in our system of justice and evidence and split got to be fair to the jury the sure the judge instructed them meal you're only supposed to make the decision based on the evidence that is presented here and so i know we don't usually think jurors follow the jer judge's instructions and a lot of times they dealt with this might be one of those instances where they did professor canada before we let you go like mr ivy you have experience in the courtroom as well as now as an academic researcher in it and a teacher is there something that you think.

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"sawai" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"sawai" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"The populations hit a uh a sort of max and if you look at the previous chart guys the uh the chart the scatter plot of population and real wage you'll see that in sixteen fifty we've actually the population of england is more like which is about six million naturally uh so it's at the upper edge of peter english population since roman times and anyway said the other interesting factors that the black death actually gives us a lot of data points needed to fill in the uh the malthusian curve for england so the met the black death kills between a third and like half of the english population path well you had this asked him it's but it's like you know it's roughly about a third of the population gets killed by the black death and so what that does it gives you variation in population over pretty short period of time and it turns out that wages went up a lot after black death sir clark sites who wait a minute i want to ask you one that would necessarily happen because let's say half your population does appear your labourforce goes down but also the demand should go down to sawai with the wages go up i mean i'm i'm confused because percapita income goes up but one his income is primarily in the form of food okay so it's agricultural but so it's like you get more land per person basically yet you've moorland per person loma so instead of an awesome poor asshole slamming system kazakh rocky yet thus see our minds are sub divorced her in this world bank it's actually dick just not intuitive for us our thinking of like you had the the fundamental limiting factor in production and modern america is your brain right it's your ability to how many playstations there when i you know it's like it's all look arbitrary it's not connect the reality yeah but as long as i can hire.

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