35 Burst results for "Second Trend"

Breaking Down the Trump Effect in Alabama

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:23 min | 5 d ago

Breaking Down the Trump Effect in Alabama

"Joining us now is David drucker senior political correspondent for the Washington examiner who has been covering the election in Alabama. You know, this is something David that I think that there's been a lot of attention paid to it, but I think that sometimes it just gets a little lost in the shuffle of everything that's happening in Washington. How important is this race in Alabama for Republicans opportunities in the midterms? Well, listen, I think it's fascinating because you have a Senate runoff with so many dynamics that represent what's going on in the party. I mean, Republicans are going to win the general election down here. No matter what, it's just that kind of state, but what we saw and this was an early indication of some of the trends in Republican primaries. We saw in the spring and we saw it here first. We saw a candidate endorsed by former president Donald Trump, couldn't get it done. And it shows you that when you have a hardworking dynamic candidate, in this case, that's Katie Britt. That can overcome the Trump endorsement as potent as it can be in some contests and that's because what we've learned about the Trump endorsement is that it can take a candidate with talent and put them over the top of the tight contest. But it can't make something out of nothing.

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Mayra Flores' Historic Flipping of a Democratic Seat in South Texas

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:39 min | Last week

Mayra Flores' Historic Flipping of a Democratic Seat in South Texas

"Huge development out of South Texas Myra Flores a Republican running against this guy, Danny Garcia, a Democrat for an open sea, the seat vacated by philemon vela, who got an appointment in the Biden administration. This has been a democratic seat for a hundred years. And Myra Flores needed not just a win. She had to get to 50% to avoid a runoff and she did. So she has flipped the seat. This narrows further the Pelosi margin in the house, which is already very tiny. And so, and it signals a larger trend that's going on in South Texas. Now, this is actually where you grew up. This is my home turf. This is my dream come true. And so, you know, when we interviewed Myra a few months ago, and I was, you know, I helped with the interview, I was one of the I talked to her as well. And I said, listen, this is my dream come true to make to make the valley red. I mean, I just, you know, always dreamed of that. Even when I was 14 years old, I met Ronald Reagan in harlington. That was something that, you know, hey, we have to flip this, this county red. And she did. Now, we have to help her because it's going to get a little dicey come November. Because they have done a redistricting in the valley. And so her seat is now redistricted in a way that actually gives a Democrat a 17 point lead. So we have to, you know, hey, all my Friends from Harlem and high school go vote for

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'Worrying trend': Post-Cold War drop in nukes could be over

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

'Worrying trend': Post-Cold War drop in nukes could be over

"A Swedish arms watchdog says the world stockpiles of nuclear weapons are expected to increase in coming years after declining since the end of the Cold War The Stockholm international peace research institute says the decrease in recent decades seems about to be reversed as all 9 nuclear armed countries are increasing or upgrading their arsenals Wilfred one the director of cypris weapons of mass destruction program says it is a very worrying trend New report says the U.S. and Russia hold 90% of the world's nuclear weapons while other nuclear states are either developing or deploying new weapons systems or have announced their intention to do so I'm Charles De

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Why Did Nancy Pelosi Reject National Guard Support Before Riots?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Did Nancy Pelosi Reject National Guard Support Before Riots?

"Support? Did you know that Donald Trump offered National Guard to the capitol four days before the January 6th, right? Yet Nancy Pelosi wanted nothing to do with it. Why is that? Why did Nancy Pelosi reject help? Official capital police timeline validates Trump administration's accounts show Democrats fateful rejection of the offers. And the media is in full propaganda mode, trending on Twitter today, just as a way to try to run interference for the regime, they say fact checking the allegation that Nancy Pelosi pushed back against support. Former capitol police chief Steve stunned as a tested that before the January 6th, he approached house sergeant at arms, Paul Irving, about obtaining the assistance of National Guard troops on the day the electoral votes were counted, but mister Irving said he was concerned about optics. Oh, optics. So you dry out the optics of the capital being stormed. Mister sun says that during the violence, he again urgently asked for troops, but help was delayed because mister Irving said quote, he needed to run it up the chain of command. Rodney Davis from Illinois reports that the house sergeant at arms and chief administration officer, both of whom report to Pelosi have steadfastly refused to produce anything to him. Why didn't Pelosi secure the capital? Why did she leave it vulnerable? Why did Pelosi leave it wide open and reject troops? Are we going to get an answer to that question? Of course not. They had no problem with the optics of National

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WHO: COVID cases and deaths falling nearly everywhere

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

WHO: COVID cases and deaths falling nearly everywhere

"The World Health Organization says the number of new coronavirus cases and deaths reported globally fell everywhere except the Middle East and Southeast Asia I'm Ben Thomas with the latest pandemic report The UN health agency says there was a 12% drop in cases and a 22% drop in deaths over the past week WHO chief doctor Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus This is clearly a very encouraging trend precautions that still 7600 deaths The perception that the pandemic is over is understandable But misguided 18 months after mass immunization programs began in rich countries Tedros notes 68 countries mostly low income have yet to protect 40% of their people and with many countries dropping coronavirus protocols he warns A new and even more dangerous variant could emerge at any time And vast numbers of people remain and protected I'm Ben Thomas

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Facing huge inventory, Target trims vendor orders, prices

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Facing huge inventory, Target trims vendor orders, prices

"Changes in spending or forcing some retailers to pull a quick change Minneapolis based target has announced it is canceling orders from suppliers and slashing prices to clear out more home goods and clothing after underestimating how quickly shoppers would shift their spending habits in the past few months Targets profit for the fiscal first quarter tumbled 52% compared with the same period last year a trend seen in filings from a number of major retailers Pandemic favorites like big TVs furniture kitchen appliances and comfy clothing are giving way to travel dining groceries dress your clothes and makeup Target's chief financial officer tells The Associated Press retail inventories are elevated in some of the categories that they miss forecast and their acting aggressively to get business back on track It marks a reversal from the past two years when retailers were scrambling to bring in goods that were stuck in supply chain bottlenecks I'm Jennifer King

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Candace Owens Sounds Off on #MeToo

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 3 weeks ago

Candace Owens Sounds Off on #MeToo

"Four years ago, Candace, you went on this stage. I'm so excited. And you told the world what? That I did not support the me two movement. And turning point, USA's organization, almost burned to the ground, so I'm going to give a lot of credit to you right now, Charlie. So basically, me too started trending, like the online Twitter movement, started trending, because that's all it was really, was a Twitter movement. And it just lacked substance. It was so obvious to me what all the holes were going to be in this. And I basically tweeted that I would not support the me too movement. And that it weakened women. And obviously, it's bad for men. And oh my gosh, the floodgates. First, foremost, like turning point, USA, obviously. Has a lot of young girls that work here, which is amazing, and it's great in college, you know, a lot of young college women, and they took that as Candice Owens doesn't support rape victims, which is what the intention of the movement was, right? To say either you support the movement, me too, or you support rapists, which is what they're always doing, right? Either you support Black Lives Matter, the organization, or you hate black people. And we walked into, I remember Andrew, your PR guy was like, every single person, he's here now for the people that are watching this and not just listening to it. But every single news reporter Daily Beast, everyone wanted us to make a comment and there was so much pressure on Charlie to speak out against what Candace have said. Like you had to say something and just toe the line and say, no, no, no, no, we supported me two more organization. A couple people at turning point quit. I remember that. Quit over employees quit over it. Employees quit were like crying, saying, how could she and not support the me too movement? What you held the line? We did hold the line. Thank you. I mean, the credit is to you. You were, it was very funny. It happened before why WS at first. And it was either a tweet or a tweet, always a tweet always a tweet. And then what was awesome is that you gave the speech AWS and you tripled down. It was like, it was like, all right, I just want to tell all of you. And what was awesome though is a majority of the people agreed. You know, you kind of see in the back row. They were like a little like snobby like weak people. But you were like, you know, we're not going to do mob justice in this

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Is the Republican Wave Building Fast?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

Is the Republican Wave Building Fast?

"Which means the business of the house. It goes nomos. Where is my article here? Yes, there it is. By Chris Solis, the Republican wave is building fast. With just over 5 months before the 2022 midterm elections use, that's where they're wrong. It's not 5 months voting begins in four months, actually. Since we have voting month in America, it's kind of this perpetual voting season. On Thursday, the cook political report, Amy Walter, a nonpartisan handicapping service, moved ten of its house races in favor of Republicans and adjust that its GOP gains in the fall upward between 20 to 20 to 35 seats. Given that Biden's approval rating is underwater and dozens of districts he carried in 2022, any Democrat sitting in a single digit Biden seat or Trump seat is that severe risk and even a few seats and that Biden carried by ten or 15 points could lose. Crystal is a rights at CNN dot com, the confluence of these predictions are built on several historical trends that have been predictive over decades. The first is that midterm elections tend to be bad for the president's party. Since World War II, the average seat loss for a president's party in the midterms of 26, I think Republicans are going to far exceed that. The generic ballot tends to favor Democrats, marginally in a neutral political year. A recent poll from quinnipiac, university should Republicans, they four point edge on the generic ballot. The reality of this current political moment is that things appear to be getting worse for Democrats, the closer we get to the election, fears of a wave washing away even incumbents previously considered safe, now seems entirely justified. CNN is trying to warn people what we have seen Bill throughout this entire year. Joe Biden thinks it's just

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The Mystery of Why Fox News Won't Mention '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:53 min | 3 weeks ago

The Mystery of Why Fox News Won't Mention '2000 Mules'

"I'm trying to explain the anomaly of Fox News channel an entire network. Prohibiting a mention of 2000 mules. And I've rejected the legal theory as providing a kind of adequate explanation. Now here's a second theory, and that is that Fox has been courting big name and kind of mainstream advertisers. Fox wants to have ads from Rolex and Lexus. And Chanel and Fox believes that it can't be seen as too fringe or dealing with issues that are too radioactive. And so Fox needs to stay away from certain types of issues notably. The election issue. Now, again, there's there might be a grain of truth to this that this is part of what Fox aspires should do as part of its business model. But again, we're not talking here about Fox embracing any particular theory about the election, we're just talking about Fox as a news network taking note of something that is a cultural phenomenon that's out there. I mean, the most successful political documentary in a decade. Everyone else is talking about it. It's in The Washington Post. It's being covered by political and covered by The Daily Beast, the left is talking about it, and a great length, by the way. These fact checks that are run by Reuters and so on run for pages and pages. And Philip bump alone has written in The Washington Post, probably enough to make up a mini a small book on this topic. So there's nothing to prevent Fox from adopting perhaps a skeptical or critical attitude, but the idea that a topic that is legitimately in the public square that is trending for days and days and days on Twitter should be excluded completely makes absolutely no

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Dinesh on the Controversy Around Ricky Gervais’ New Comedy Special

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:52 min | Last month

Dinesh on the Controversy Around Ricky Gervais’ New Comedy Special

"Well, Ricky Gervais is back. This time with his new Netflix special, it's called super nature. That means I'm going to watch tonight. We saw a little clip on social media, really great stuff, taking on identity politics, taking on the trends issue. And look, you know, interesting thing about Ricky Gervais, and I think probably the same thing could be said of Dave Chappelle. Here are a few quotes from Gervais. He goes, he goes, I'm going to leave it into annoy people. He goes, in other words, comedy is not about respecting taboos. He goes, I talk about aids, famine, canceled the Holocaust rape pedophilia, but know the one thing you mustn't joke about his identity politics. He goes, the one thing you should never joke about is the trans issue. They just want to be treated equally. He goes, I agree. That's why I include them. What a profound statement. You want to be treated equally. Well, that includes the right to be lambasted along with the rest of us. So Ricky Gervais is not willing to make some kind of immunity. And Netflix now I think is beginning to realize that look, you know, it's one thing to start Netflix has a woke staff. And when Chappelle did his special called the closer, the Netflix left us all said, what we're going to do a walkout and they were trying to bring the company to its knees. But it seems like Netflix even though run by a leftist big Obama worshipper. They kind of Netflix regrouped. And I think they realized, wait a minute, you know, we, we got rid of Luis. CK, we got rid of Bill Burr. We got rid of Dave Chappelle. We got rid of Ricky Gervais. Well, who's left? What happens to comedy when comedy becomes nothing more than something that is captive to the prejudices of this woke

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US making COVID antiviral drug more available at test sites

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

US making COVID antiviral drug more available at test sites

"The federal government is trying to make Pfizer's COVID antiviral treatment more accessible The White House announced steps to make the antiviral treatment packs low bid more readily available across the U.S. as it projects COVID-19 infections will continue to spread over the summer travel season The nation's first federally backed test to treat site is opening today in Rhode Island providing patients with immediate access to the drug once they test positive More sites are set to open in Massachusetts Minnesota and New York City The drug which has been found to reduce severe disease among 90% of patients is now available at almost 40,000 pharmacies White House coordinator doctor Ashish jha says getting a vaccine and booster shots is still the best way to protect against the virus confirmed infections in the U.S. have quadrupled since late March to more than a 105,000 a day That's a likely undercount because so many rapid tests go unreported but deaths have declined steadily to fewer than 300 per day just as this is the first time those two metrics have not trended together I'm Jennifer King

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Political Consultant Chip Lake on the 'Outsider Effect'

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:08 min | Last month

Political Consultant Chip Lake on the 'Outsider Effect'

"Chip, have you noticed like I have over the past say three or four election cycles that the idea of going from zero in politics to NFL, you know, so to speak, we've seen it campaigns, congressional campaigns, governors, campaigns. Has that become more of a trend than it used to be and why do you think that is? It's become a huge trend and it's largely due to one word. And that word is outsider, right? And, you know, being an outsider used to be a disadvantage when you, when you ran for the first time, it used to be an advantage in campaigns and elections to have experience as an elected official. And that's much less so now, right? I mean, 15 years ago, even ten, 15 years ago, if you were a local elected official and you were running for higher office, you know, you had inherent advantages over an opponent who was running for the first time. And those advantages are gone now in today's environment.

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Charlie Welcomes Arizona's Karrin Taylor-Robson to the Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | Last month

Charlie Welcomes Arizona's Karrin Taylor-Robson to the Show

"Hello everybody. Welcome back. We are here in my home now, Arizona. I grew up in Illinois, but I chose to live in Arizona. And I could tell you right now, Arizona is like the battleground state of the battleground state of the battleground state. And I really wanted to get kind of a picture of what's happening on the ground in Arizona and kind of the political trends and also someone who's running to be the next governor of Arizona. We've known each other for a long time. We have some awesome mutual friends, Karen Robson, Karen, welcome to the program. Thank you. And your barnstorming the state, whenever I work out, I see your ads on TV and it's compelling and you're getting the message out. Tell us why you're running for governor and then let's get right into what's happening here in Arizona. Well, I'm running for governor because we're being invaded from the south and we're under attack from Washington, D.C.. As you said, I'm a lifelong native, I was born and raised here. I was born and raised in rare. At is rare. 70% of our adult population came from somewhere else. So welcome. Welcome to Arizona. The land of the free and the home of the brave. That's Ronald Reagan used to talk about The Shining city on the hill, and he was referencing America. Well, it's now Arizona. We are The Shining city on the hill, and that is why Arizona is one of the top states for people moving to because people crave freedom. But I've been so lucky my whole life. I've worked since I was a kid. And there was a time I would tell my parents, I was going to write a book about them for making me work, you know, at such a young age because it was some form of child abuse. I'm sure they would be thrown in jail now for putting their 5 year old work, but the book I'm going to read is going to be one about gratitude. And the opportunities I have had my entire life to build a career, I put myself through school, I put myself through law school, built my career, been very successful, and I thank God every day for it. And I see those opportunities slipping away.

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The Brutal Power of Teachers' Unions With Corey DeAngelis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | Last month

The Brutal Power of Teachers' Unions With Corey DeAngelis

"Talk to us about the role of the unions, how they behave, how they intimidate and also give us a fair picture of the teachers, not all of them want to be pro BLM neo marxists today. Yeah, you can be pro teacher and be anti teachers unions because the teachers union bosses like Randy weingarten often don't push for policies that benefit the great teachers that already exist in the public school and private school classrooms. You have Randy weingarten making over 9 times the average teacher salary in the U.S.. Right, because teachers about 50 grand. Yeah, 50 60 grand on average. Over 500. Owned $570,000. And if you look just at the trends over time, I mean, you've got to look at the data since 1970, per people education expenditures in the United States after adjusting for inflation increased by about a 152% in the U.S.. But average teacher salaries only increased by about 8% in real terms. So we're throwing more and more money into the system. It's going to the superintendents and administrative votes. They're associate deans of diversity in blah, blah, blah, right? And so that's good for teachers union bosses like Randy weingarten because that means more dues paying members. If you just paid the teachers better, especially the ones that are doing a good job, well, you don't get an additional dues paying member. And so that means less money for the teachers that are doing a good job, more money for the union bosses and union leadership. Another report by Ben schaffer at kennesaw state university looked between the years of 1992 and 2014 similarly finding nationwide an increase in about 27 per people education expenditures in real terms, whereas teacher salaries over that period actually dropped by 2% after adjusting for inflation. So again, he said the same thing that there's a staffing surge, they're putting more people into the buildings. We saw this with COVID as well. The latest budget numbers I've seen with Los Angeles public schools, they were planning to increase their perpetual education expenditures over the past couple of years by about 69%,

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World Bee Day-Bee Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last month

World Bee Day-Bee Intro and Wrap

"On world B day the UN's food and agriculture organization is celebrating the diversity of bees and beekeeping systems Bees are at risk from habitat loss due to farming human habitation and pesticides Beekeeper Samuel moany in Kenya says 2021 was not a good year Due to the climate coach plus we had a low cost inversion the mechanism which were used in their control it was used by spraying which affected the big keeping doctor Elliott yule a researcher at southeastern Kenya university says habitat loss is also a major issue for bees Every time you cut down trends then you get rid of nectar and pollen And this is the food for the beans And when there's no food for the bees then it leads to colonies He says livestock people agriculture people environment people and of course beekeepers must work together to save the bees I'm Ed

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Blaze Media: EVs Still Cause Massive Amounts of Emissions From Tires

Mark Levin

01:24 min | Last month

Blaze Media: EVs Still Cause Massive Amounts of Emissions From Tires

"New study finds electric vehicles still cause massive amounts of climate harming emissions From tires this is also blaze media new study This is attracting a lot of tension The study published recently by emissions analytics A British base submissions testing firm found that under normal driving conditions particulate emissions from tires are an eye popping 1850 times greater Than from a tailpipe of a gas powered car The EPA defines particulate matter as solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air that are so small they can be inhaled And cause serious health problems And some are small enough to enter deep into the lungs and even soak into the bloodstream Now the particulate matter emitted from tires also pollutes the natural environment As larger particles cover the ground while smaller particles float into the air Half a ton of battery weight can result in tire emissions that are almost 400 more times greater Than real world tailpipe emissions everything else being equal The study says and the trend is heading in the wrong direction so far as Tyra missions go I never heard the tyrant missions before but what do I

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Buttigieg sends $5B to cities for safety as road deaths soar

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Buttigieg sends $5B to cities for safety as road deaths soar

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Jason Pye and Doug Talk Political Gridlock

The Doug Collins Podcast

03:09 min | Last month

Jason Pye and Doug Talk Political Gridlock

"That when we make progress, there seems to be, especially when it comes up in an election year, the halfway point to a presidential year, you know, it's one of those things and I say this I'm jokingly, as someone who tried to be in the Senate, you know, every day there's a hundred people in the world who wake up and believe they should be president. They're all found in the United States Senate. And you know, but why is it that we seem to always especially as Republicans? And some Democrats, frankly, if you look at it, go back to this idea that the only way to solve some of these societal eels is to go to a process we know really doesn't work and cost us money. When you're talking about criminal justice system, that is just this throw away the key mentality, lock them up no matter what. You don't have a second chance. You don't have a third chance. You don't even have a first chance. If you listen to some of the rhetoric. I mean, it works to a point. It's not negative ads. I mean, they work to a point, but at a certain point in time, truth needs to prevail out. And it's really frustrating at this point in time that you're seeing this rhetoric because we know we know this rhetoric doesn't work. I mean, I flip those numbers around the other side. I look at the 85% that haven't been rearrested. Those are large numbers to say, look, this is working. As we go forward, disturbing trend though I'm seeing an election. And I saw it in my election in the Senate race. I was vilified by the cities under miss laugh where four by her team for being a defense car for actually have represented clients in our confrontational system. Wow, actually upholding the constitution shocker in that regard. What was even worse is the ads run against me. We're not even clients of mine. They were actually my partners. And had Hispanic faces. We'll continue on. Again, but that goes to the heart of this sort of scare tactic that goes on. But now we're starting to see it again. But there is some hope that it's not working. I know you're familiar with the candidates in Indiana. One had helped on criminal justice. It was three candidates in the race. The third one who had had no background at all actually ended up winning this primary. So what I thought was interesting was the two Republicans, both had legislative backgrounds. Wanted health been helpful on bail reform and other things in Indiana. The other one attacked them for that and came in a distant third. Do you see some of this with the proper discussion and political will, if you would, winning out or do we still have a life? It's really hard to say right now. And speaking, speaking more to your race, because I watched that race. And I've never hid this publicly. I voted for you in the race stuck. I actually had a hard time working in a yard too. But in your race, it was pretty interesting because of the spinning that both the loeffler team and others were trying to do because they were saying that life were saying, oh, I supported first step back. It was the prison reform and redemption act that we opposed because that was the predecessor Bill the first step. And they were hitting you on that. And it's like, there is no difference between these two bills. The first step

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"second trend" Discussed on My First Million

My First Million

05:55 min | 10 months ago

"second trend" Discussed on My First Million

"You're like i want photoshop. But by fireworks. And you know by all this other shit that we bundled with creative cloud. Tell me what you think it is. I would've guessed. Adobe market cap is one hundred fifty billion dollars. Something like that. What is it is three hundred and fifteen. And if i'm not mistaken that might be one of the It might be one of the fiftieth. Let's see adobe would be would is is one of the big companies in the world. So adobe is the thirtieth largest company in the world. So what do you think about how big this can be ten billion dollars at so much money. Well dobies the one of the biggest companies in the world famous going after it totally should be on this. It's like it's like all the business transit first unbundling site well. Creative cloud brings twelve billion dollars a year. But let's unbundle the most valuable part of photoshop. And let's do it differently. Okay what's different second trend. Cloud-based writes uh third. trent multiplayer. Right when i'm using my mouth is moving around your mouse. Also see what you're doing on the same canvas that's really cool right And so they. They're they're piggybacking off all these macro shifts doing it right just just like by the way if you think. Oh it's already at ten billion. Is it really going five x last five years. Adobe has six adobe was one hundred dollars a share. It's now at six sixty a share in five years. That's at adobe large thing. The abets their growth rate fig mus growth rates should be in the next five years much faster than adobe was in the last five and And so i. I think there's a fairly chance of in fact i should just go invest and all these companies. They're on this list. This is this is a great great list to be on all right my turn so i agree i had faked my mind so i completely agree. So we're baton one hundred percent so rippling that's my next one rippling very boring company. I used it. It's a payroll software provider but it also manages devices and gives you permissions to different stops so basically if if you're a small startup and people sign up to your to work at your company. I can easily track. Which person has a computer and pay software through there. And i can do. Hr management and issue healthcare stuff to people. Why it's interesting. The founder is names. What's his name parker. Conrad so has a controversial past started benefits which was at the time or the fastest growing companies ever. He got fired because he kinda the culture was kind of crazy. People were like having sex in the hallways and kinda bro and shit like that and so he. He was like oh in order to do this. Hr thing you have to have this compliance training it takes. Sixty hours will cool here. I just i created macro that will go through the training for you. Just push the enter key every hit on fire. Yes or something like that. And you'll you'll be done and six hours instead of sixty like shit like that was a little bit like that's actually like slightly illegal. Yes but the good news is he has experienced. The also. Good news is that he fucked up. So you think that you'd learn because he got ousted. So i kind of liked that. I always liked that in a company where someone is like is the second time around. And they've already been mildly successful. I think that's actually a good thing they were. Here's why. I think this company's interesting so they were last valued at one billion one point three billion dollars and i use them and they're amazing. I've used them for years. Every company problem every company on boards.

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"second trend" Discussed on Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences

Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"second trend" Discussed on Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences

"That we observe as we flip resources into our flipboard magazine over the past two weeks in this episode. We have four trends that we will discuss and long with a recommended reading. That will share. That goes with each of the four trans. We end the episode by peering into the crystal ball and making predictions about the trends. We believe will observe in the upcoming two weeks so abby start us off by talking about are four trends in sharing are recommended readings. Thank you tim. Yes are four trends. Will the first two translate the top trending items than the largest number of articles that we flipped into our flipboard magazine in the past two weeks were the same as the last as the last episode number one hardware and software. We saw tablet These are tablets that are specifically for reading books. pdf etc tablets for reading g. Mail gets a redesign specifically g mail. Rooms are now g mail spaces. Google meet also gets an update a again specifically more visible hand raise requests There's also a recommended alternatives to adobe photoshop. This was a good article that listed a number of alternatives for anyone. Who's doesn't have access to photoshop but needs to manipulate images in an image files. There were oculus quest updates. There was the voila. A artist reviewed. I'm i'm assuming that many of you listening out. There are liked him and myself and have played a little bit with voila a artists. One of the nice things about this particular article was that discussed. How one's data is managed personal data that the app itself makes use of an and collects. Facebook releases live audio rooms which allows people to broadcast live from within facebook but the recommendation read in. This area is microsoft's new fluid office. Documents are coming to life in teams one note and more by tom. Warren for the verge. As always. I apologize if i mispronouncing anybody's names This new fluid sense of documents though is something that Tim and i were talking about earlier and tim. We were saying it's not difficult for us to kind of catch up with this well. It's still a little bit of a challenge for somebody like me but it's it's not bad but it is the sort of thing that we're going to. We suspect we're going to have to describe to mentor colleagues. So by virtue of the fact that we're describing this too many of our colleagues. We think this is an important article to read just to get up to speed on what fluid office documents actually are our second trend. Instructional design and teaching in general. This was the same as last episode and we are thrilled to see this as a strong trend. There are a lot articles about. Instructional design strategies and teaching in general badging and micro learning strategies learning measurement. There was a report suggesting the teachers are more likely to experience. Depression systems symptoms than any other adults. And we're not happy about that. It's we're just reporting that this is the case but this is something that should be looked at by all of us who are in education. A new book teaching machines the history of personalized learning by audrey waters. It's a book that examines the history literally the history of teaching machines and that brought back. Happy memories to us for those of you. Who don't know statement..

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"second trend" Discussed on Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences

Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"second trend" Discussed on Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences

"In the upcoming two weeks abbey start us off by talking about are four trends and sharing are recommended readings. Thank you tim. Yes well as always. We've looked at all the articles that we flipped into our flipboard magazine over the past two weeks and the articles are it's not a very scientific approach because they're basically articles that are of interest to us. We think that they will be of interest to others in our field and what we discovered as always. We came up with four trending topics number. One is a common topic for. it's not. It's not a shock but it was a big one this past two weeks because there was a lot of reveals and announcements hardware and software amazon announced its new line of fire tablets for older kids which is an interesting a new product that they're putting out because as most people know the fire tablets for the kids are kid friendly but they're also sort of kid designed so that they look very very attractive too much younger kids. These are for older children who are There are a little sleeker designed their little more sophisticated looking there little less bumper car bumper. Every i think you may quote i love was gonna say you're going to see that headline somewhere. Don't most kids tablets. There may to sort of you know bumper at for good reason now There is also the the announcement of the new galaxy book pro and galaxy book pro three sixty which were well reviewed Increased popularity in cloud services at universities. This should really come as a surprise to anyone but it is important to note that the number of universities that are making the switch to cloud services there are news zoom features Some of which are really fun. There's one where you can put everybody participating in the meeting in the same backdrop which it's again just something interesting and fun to promote a group Sally it's there's a new google design and the big one from the past. Two weeks was apple's product announcements at introduced its product line for the upcoming year and so we saw a lot of apple related news and i think we flipped three different stories. That were just related to the apple. Release last year. However our recommended reading in this area is this powerful lesser known tech tools for teachers by michelle eden for edutopia. This is a interesting article. Tim you and i were talking about this before. We started recording that we weren't familiar with many of the products that were being listed by By michelle eden and again. I apologize if i'm mispronouncing anybody's name Any of our authors names but these were a really interesting list of lesser known tools. Just exactly what she says back but they they make some great ideas for adding to wants toolkit. Our second trend of the past two weeks is remote teaching and learning with emphasis on pandemic related. That's so that it pretty much..

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"second trend" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"second trend" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was laid off from their previous job, and that could have been completely not due to performance issues. But if you were laid off, that's very Hard emotionally, and you're just going to have much more anxiety starting your next job. And if you layer on top of that, well, now you don't get face to face time. It's harder to achieve quick wins. Because your remote you don't really know who to ask What Think organizations need to be really careful about Helping new hires, feel confident, feel supported and then continuing to check in with them because you have these two factors, which is one potentially continued remote on boarding and then, too, Because the unemployment rate has been so high, these people might be coming out of prolonged periods of unemployment and Feeling you know a blow to their confidence because of how they left their previous job. It's interesting. I'll just say, I think You don't realize the degree to which you might rely on your own kind of memory when you're working remotely with people If you've known them for a while, if you have had a job for a while. Would agree with you. You have a feel for those people. What do they expect? What do they like? What do they not like? How do they act? What do you know? Where is somebody who is higher during a pandemic there never meeting Maybe in person, the person they're working for. And so or with How do they have a feel for who you are? Yeah, I'm also curious to see if once we start going back to offices if there's a lot more jobs switching because people don't want to go through that remote on boarding process right now. And then the second trend that I've kind of seen his people also because of everything that's happened over the last year, feeling much more like they want a strong sense of purpose in their work, and I've heard both of those things like because of the pandemic. Its name me refocus my priorities. I want to give back I want to just feel a deeper sense of meeting in the workplace. But I don't want to leave yet. Because I don't want to remote or onboard remotely s. I'd also keep an eye on. You know how people move switch jobs in the next year or so. And Nick? What? You gonna have your eye on? I can't have my eye on the importance of good management of HR in particular. So I tell you a story. The highlight this I spoke to Marissa Mayer about a month ago, and you don't even remember her. But she was the CEO of Yard. Yeah, Back in 2000 and 12 2013 on guy contacted our It was great cause, she replied, eventually said, Look, I'll talk to you. I'm not I'm being bombarded by journalist person, Stanford professor, you know, happy to chat, and so I never very long discussion. That was really interesting. She said that you know, she was famous for banning working from home in your garden 2013. But she said, Look, this is the issue is you can think about when you manage. People could manage people based on the input or output. So if you manage people, Basin inputs is a bit like what Liz said earlier that it's that management by walking around and making sure you can see people at their death. See, they're typing at the keyboard. So they're here to be physically working. They're gonna be physically. There to watch them. Where's if you manage people basing outputs, which is what you know, we'll part. Probably one is for me. For example, I might teaching well Am I doing writing that research on my being constructed in helping the university? It's what you perform. Now, if you'll manage basing output is relatively straightforward to have you work from home because I'm still just gonna assess you on what you do. If I manage you basically inputs. It's a horror show because I used to basically snoop around the office and make sure your your desk Now you're home. What am I going to do? And of course, the companies that do that fool him back on this awful surveillance software. So there's stuff that records you know every keystroke and takes random snapshots of your screen except because your asses their second best, so Working from Homer's really accentuated the importance of good HR systems in particular, evaluating people basing output because if you have that you're much more flexible. You can have your employees at home and you're comfortable and relax because you just telling them, you know, do whatever you want, as long as you produce what you needs to be done. And I know I may be flexible because if you have young kids at home, where that but Where is you know his input based management? Your You know your sixes and sevens. You can't do much. I see the being already. It's happening a big increase in emphasis and company's putting in better systems on performance management and HR because it's become substantially more critical now.

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"second trend" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"second trend" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Sport enjoyment which tends to be deemed biggest predictor of those two types of commitment. Note differences there across time. The two contracts that approached significance across four time points because they did a a pre-test was screening I did a meet meet point measurement, which was a the end like in the middle of intervention. So after the first three writings exercises. I did a post at the end of the six writing exercise, and then I did a two weeks follow up. So I had a four fourth time point trend, the two concerts that did show promise if I may say are luckily presence of meaning sport. And what seemed to happen is that the trend seems to suggest that a we those warring intervention didn't lose presence of meaning sport across time. As, opposed to. which steadily declined in terms of presence of meaning sport across time. Now that that difference in trend was almost significant I can't say was significant. But it is an interesting pattern like I would have expected the opposite I would have expected the control group to stay the same. Intervention Group to increase their. Presence would. Likely rotated by a few degrees meaning during convention state the same MD control group declined. which you know in and of itself, a one could argue that is the same thing but he but it is an interesting interesting trend. Maybe having athletes reflect on. Something that don't really reflect that often They don't affect that often modify help to keep presence at bay. Let's say. Maintain maintain. That meaning in sport yeah correct. In the second trend that again, I can speak of significance but approaching significance but it was we'd constrained commitment. So there what we saw is that the writing group had a steady little decline in construct commitment namely, they felt less that they had to do their sport because they had to. Write. So I can't say a increased of the they're wanting to do the sport was more but. They're constrained in the sport was less they proceed that was less. We can somewhat say that what has the control group was very Can I say like flat essentially, it remains the same. So that was interesting in my see my suggests that if you have athletes reflect. On topics that are connected to meaning, they might feel that they have somewhat of an agency Again I'm speculating may be more than I should, but he seems that, yeah, I think. They. Okay. Thank you. It seems to me that May Be having athletes reflect on topics that normally don't reflect on In this case, it happened to being connected to meaning may make them feel less. They have to do their sport that they are sort of like entrapped in.

"second trend" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"second trend" Discussed on KOMO

"One thousand ninety seven seven we continue now with top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center reports of sexual misconduct incidents on metro buses has tripled since King County started its report it to stop it campaign one year ago before the campaign metro received fifty nine reports of sexual misconduct on buses after putting up fifteen hundred report it to stop it signs on buses and in transit centers reports nearly tripled to one hundred seventy eight Dave ju Tele with transit police says indecent exposure was the most common offense. The second trend is really assault with sexual motivation, this content be described as somebody rubbing up against another person where it can be identified that there's some sexual motivation, Mary Ellen stone with the King County sexual assault resource center believes these are not new repeat offenses are finally being reported from our perspective. This is extremely good news because his shines light on something that far we. We know has been going on for many many years so far charges have been filed in thirty-seven cases. See Romero, KOMO news gun control groups, celebrating the end of the legislative session. More from komo's Jeff Pohjola. Saying it was the most successful legislative session in the lobby groups history. The alliance for gun responsibility. CEO Rene Hopkins says they were able to pass a number of gun control bills into law, including an expansion of extreme risk protection. Orders suicide prevention policy that will keep guns out of the hands of people in crisis who've been involuntarily committed for seventy two hours, we've reached out to the gun rights group the second amendment foundation for their thoughts. But have not heard back. Jeff pohjola. Komo news. Just south of Seattle at the FAA's office and moins meetings are taking place with safety experts from around the world, the experts work for agencies similar to the FAA in Europe, China and elsewhere at issue is the seven thirty seven max source within the FAA tells KOMO NewsRadio concerns are being raised about the amount of training. Pilots getting smaller countries. Some agencies are also concerned about the role Boeing plays in self-certifying some of the safety systems the meetings. Go all week children of military members who died in the service of our country will be in the spotlight at one of the year's biggest events for the PGA Pacific northwest. Komo's Ryan Harris with more from Kent..

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"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"For being here. With me today. We're going to get out, and we're gonna talk about too big nerdy. Tricks. The internet of things and pet humanization? I recently watched the series canal ee one of my favorite TV shows. So we'll come Bali on HBO show follows the ups and downs of tech startup based in Silicon Valley. Of course, if you've not seen the show or at least the season final episode. Here's do warning on a spoiler alert may wanna turn down the volume for a couple of seconds. All right. So in this season, spinal show, the main characters of tech startup named piper. Stumble into an unlikely solution for really big data storage problem using interconnected, smart refrigerators. And while it's funny fiction. It does illustrate our first trend the internet of things which is essentially the growth of all of our smart interconnected devices. Everything from our phones are. Our TV's washing machines, coffee makers, of course, refrigerators and as a trend, that's booming. And so is our second trend pet humanization. Jim Cramer crazy guy on CNBC's mad money stated earlier this year that the humanization of pets is the greatest investing theme in the market this year. All right. So that sounds really important, right? But what is the humanization of pets? Well, my simple take on. It is about our changing views of our pets as family members and treating them as such and it's a really broad TRAN that crosses lots of demographics. But it's especially being fuelled by millennials who are the largest and fastest group appearance today in there also group who on average are waiting longer to have children at least the two kind and they're using their pets to help Homa parenting skills as an outlet for the parental of money. You can see this trying to pet humanization play on a number of ways take social media now tons of pet accounts. Some with really big followings and enough influence to command series advertising dollars up to thousands of posts. Or some or look at our travel behaviors more and more. We like to travel with pets and some hotels rolling out the red carpet with over the top amenities for business for my company. Pop choice. Applies the cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas with boxes of goodies to pamper. Their nightly doggie guests which is just one of a number of amenities that the offer under their doctrine program or look at our general purchasing transfer pets include big increases in organic, local and sustainable types of pet foods and treats stylish, seasonal clothes and excessive pets and the kind of stuff that once was reserved for human babies like strollers, and cares. And of course, technology because technologies revolutionized our lives. So how can we possibly leave our babies in the analog stone ages there's GPS and activity tracking for your dog with products like the nozzle collar delinquent Casey collar, wearable, LED technology like we covered with her. Former guest land from four polls tack now. There's even dog TV channel specifically designed for your dog. And they're. Focus today, which is bringing FaceTime defied. Oh to explain a little further. Just like the parents of human babies, we pet parents are Furby when we're not at home you ever been sitting at a meeting just wishing that you could check underdog as he or she was doing well you can now you can call her or she can even call you and a pet chats. It's basically FaceTime or Skype for your plus a few other fun things. It's an interactive webcam, a treat dispenser, a dispenser and my favorite feature a doggy activated. Call Pat, because of course, your dog has a busy schedule. She needs to fit you when she can on her time, hashtag overbooked. But seriously, imagine it for a second being at work getting a smartphone. Notification sent to you by your dog at home because she wants to see you you open your app. You can see your wagging tail on the video after some cute baby talk for her. Oh course, you hit a button and a tree pops out of a dispenser. You watch devour it. She wiser tail even more. You Pat yourself on the back for being mazing parent that you are this isn't. Fiction MRs chats, and today's guests Joe Meyer is here to talk with us about it. He has a career that spanned branding and marketing for some big industry leaders target and Coca Cola, and now he's helping to lead the tech industry. Ford is the director of marketing and customer experience a pet you can find more about pets online,.

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"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"The series now. One of my favorite TV show Silicon Valley on HBO show follows the ups and downs of tech startup based in Silicon Valley. Of course, if you've not already seen the show, or at least the season's final episode. Here's a warning on a spoiler alert may want to turn down the volume for a couple of seconds. All right. So in this season, spinal show, the main characters of the tech startup named piper. Stumble into an unlikely solution for really big data storage problem using interconnected, smart refrigerators. And while it's funny fiction. It does illustrate our first trend the internet of things which is essentially the growth of all of our smart interconnected devices. Everything from our phones are. TV's washing machines, coffee makers, of course, refrigerators and it's a trend. That's booming. And so is our second trend pet humanization. Jim Cramer crazy guy on CNBC's mad money stated earlier this year that the humanization of pets is the greatest investing theme in the market this year. All right. So that sounds really important, right? But what is the humanization of pets? Well, my simple take on. It is about our changing views of our pets as family members and treating them as such and it's a really broad trend that crosses lots of demographics. But it's especially being fuelled by millennials who are the largest and fastest group appearance today in our also group who on average are waiting longer to have children. At least the two did kind in the using their pets to help Homa parenting skills as an outlet for the parental love and money. You can see this trying to pet humanization play on a number of ways take social media now tons of petticoats some with really big followings and enough influence to command series advertising dollars up to thousands of post. Or some or look at our travel behaviors more and more. We like to travel with her pets and some hotels rolling out the red carpet with over the top amenities divide for business for my company Popejoy supplies, the cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas with boxes of goodies to pamper their nightly doggie guest, which is just one of a number of amenities that the offer under their dog firmly program or look at our general purchasing transfer pets include big increases in organic, local and sustainable types of pet foods and treats stylish and seasonal clothes and accessories for pets and the kind of stuff that once was reserved for human babies like strollers, and cares. And of course, technology because technology has revolutionized our lives. So how can we possibly leave our babies in the analog stone ages there's GPS and activity tracking for your dog with products like the nozzle collar the link AKC collar, wearable, LED technology, like we covered with her former guest lend from four Paul's tech. Now, there's even dog TV channel specifically designed for your dog. And there's. Our focus today, which is bringing FaceTime to fight. Oh to explain a little further. Just like the parents of human babies, we pet parents miss Furby soon when we're not at home you ever been sitting at a meeting just wishing that you could check underdog to see if she was doing well you can now you can call her or she can even call you and a pet chats. It's basically FaceTime or Skype for your plus a few other fun things. It's an interactive webcam. It's a treat dispenser ascent dispenser, and my favorite feature a doggy activated call pan because of course, your dog has a busy schedule. She needs to fit you in when she can on her time, hashtag overbooked. But seriously, imagine it for a second being at work getting a smartphone. Notification sent to you by your dog at home because she wants to see you you open your app. You can see your wagging tail on the video after some cute baby talk for her. Of course, you hit a button and a tree pops out of a dispenser. You watch her devour it, she writes her tail even more and you Pat yourself on the back for being amazing parent that you are this isn't. Fiction. This is chats and today's guest Joe Meyer is here to talk with us about it. He has a career that spanned branding and marketing for some big industry leaders like target and Coca Cola, and now he's helping to lead the tech industry. Ford is the director of marketing and customer experience a pet you can find more about chats.

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"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Thanks for being here. With me today. We're going to kick out a little bit. And we're gonna talk about too big nerdy traps. The internet of things and pet humanization? I recently watched the series now one of my favorite TV shows. So we'll come valley on HBO show follows the ups and downs of tech start up based on while Silicon Valley. Of course, if you've not already seen the show or at least the season final episode. Here's do warring on uh. Spoiler alert. You may want to turn down the volume for a couple of seconds. All right. So and this season's final show the main characters of the tech startup named piper. Stumble into an unlikely solution for really big data storage problem using interconnected, smart refrigerators. And while it's funny fiction that does Ella street. Our first trend the internet of things, which is essentially the growth of all of our smart inner. Connected devices, everything from our phones, our TV's, washing machines, coffee makers, of course, refrigerators and it's a trend. That's booming. And so is our second trend of pet humanization. Jim Cramer crazy guy on CNBC's mad money stated earlier this year that the humanization of pets is the greatest investing theme in the market this year. All right. So that sounds really important, right? But what is the humanization of pets? Well, my simple take on. It is it's about our changing views of our pets as family members and treating them as such and it's a really broad trend that crosses lots of demographics. But it's especially being fuelled by millennials who are the largest and fastest group of parents today are also group who on average are waiting longer to have children at least the two lighted guide and they're using their pets to help Homa parenting skills as an outlet for the parental love and money. You can see this trying to pet humanization play out in a number of ways. Take social media now. Tons of paddock outs. Some really big followings and enough influenced. Command series advertising dollars up two thousands of posts for some or look at our travel behaviors more and more. We like to travel with our pets and some hotels rolling out the red carpet with over the top amenities Divi for business for my company. Pop joy supplies, the cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas with boxes of goodies to pamper their nightly doggie guest, which is just one of number of amenities that the offer under their dog from my program or look at our general purchasing transfer pets include big increases, inorganic, local and sustainable types of pet foods treats stylish and seasonal clothes and accessories for pets and the kind of stuff that once was reserved for human babies strollers cares. And of course, technology because technology has revolutionized our lives. So how can we possibly leave our babies in the analogs donators there's GPS and activity tracking for your dog, but products like the nozzle collar the link AKC collar, wearable technology like we covered with her. Former guest land from four Paul's tack. Now, there's even dog TV channel. Specifically designed for your dog. And there's our focus today, which is bringing FaceTime to Fido to explain a little further just like, the parents of human babies, we pet parents Furby still when we're not at how you ever been sitting at a meeting just wishing that you could check on your dog to see if she was doing well you can now you can call her or she can even call you and a pet chats. It's basically FaceTime or Skype for your plus a few other fun things. It's an interactive webcam. It's a treat dispenser a set. Dispenser and my favorite feature a doggy activated. Call Pat, because of course, your dog has a busy schedule. She needs to fit you when she can on her time, hashtag overbooked. But seriously, imagine it for a second being at work getting smartphone. Notification sent you buy your dog at home because she wants to see you the open your app, you can see your wagging retail on the video after some cute baby talk for her. Of course, you hit a button and a tree pops out of a dispenser. You watch devour at your tail even more you pack yourself. On the back for being they mazing parent that you are this is infection. This is chats and today's guest Joe Meyer is here to talk with us about it. He has a career that spanned.

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"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Of course, if you've not already seen the show, or at least the season's final episode. Here's your warning on a spoiler alert may want to turn down the volume for a couple of seconds. All right. So in this season, spinal show, the main characters of the tech startup named piper. Stumble into an unlikely solution for really big data storage problem using interconnected, smart refrigerators. And while it's funny fiction. It does illustrate our first trend the internet of things which is essentially the growth of all of our smart interconnect. Devices everything from our phones, our TV's, washing machines, coffee makers, of course, refrigerators and it's a trend. That's booming. And so is our second trend pet humanization. Jim Cramer crazy guy on CNBC's mad money stated earlier this year that the humanization of pets is the greatest investing theme in the market this year. All right. So that sounds really important, right? But what is the humanization of pets? Well, my simple take on. It is it's about our changing views of our pets as family members and treating them as such and it's a really broad trend that crosses lots of demographics. But it's especially being fueled by millennials who are the largest and fastest group of parents today. And they're also group who on average are waiting longer to have children at least the two lated kind. And they're using their pets to help Homa parenting skills as an outlet for the parental love and money. You can see this trend of pet humanization play out in a number of ways, take social media. They're now tons of paddock petticoats some really big followings and enough influence to command. Series advertising dollars up to thousands of posts for some or look at our travel behaviors more and more. We like to travel with pets and some hotels are rolling out the red carpet with over the top amenities divide for business for my company. Pop choice. Applies the cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas with boxes of goodies to pamper. Their nightly doggie guests which is just one of a number of amenities that the offer under their doctrine we program or look at our general purchasing transfer pets include big increases in organic, local and sustainable types of pet foods intrigues stylish and seasonal clothes and accessories for pets and the kind of stuff that once was reserved for human babies like strollers, and cares. And of course, technology because technologies revolutionized our lives. So how can we possibly leave our babies in the analog stone-age is there's GPS activity tracking for your dog with products like the nozzle collar the link AKC collar, wearable, LED technology, like we covered with our former guest lend from four Paul's tech. Now, there's even dog TV channel. Specifically designed for your dog. And there's our focus today, which is bringing FaceTime to Fido to explain a little further just like the parents of human babies, we pet parents miss Furby ABC when we're not at home you ever been sitting at a meeting just wishing that you could check your dog to see if she was doing well you can now you can call her or she can even call you enter pet chats. It's basically FaceTime or Skype for your pop, plus a few other fun things. It's an interactive webcam. It's a treat dispenser ascent dispenser, and my favorite feature a doggy activated call pan because of course, your dog has a busy schedule. She needs to fit you in when she can on her time, hashtag overbooked. But seriously, imagine it for a second being at work getting a smartphone. Notification sent you by your dog at home because she wants to see you you open your app. You can see your wagging tail on the video after some cute baby talk for her. Of course, you hit a button and a tree pops out of a dispenser. You watch devour it. She writes her tail even more and you Pat yourself. On the back for being mazing pet parent that you are this is infection, MRs pets and today's guest. Joe Meyer is here to talk with us about it. He has a career that spanned branding and marketing for some big industry leaders like target and Coca Cola, and now he's helping to lead the tech industry. Forward is the director of marketing and customer experience a pet. You can find more about pet chats online.

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"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Being here. With me today. We're going to geek out a little bit. And we're going to talk about too big nerdy trends, the internet of things humanization. I recently watched the series finale one of my favorite TV show Silicon Valley on HBO show follows the ups and downs of a tech startup based in Silicon Valley. Of course, if you've not seen the show, or at least the season's final episode. Here's you do warning on a spoiler alert. You may want to turn down the volume for a couple of seconds. All right. So in this season, spinal show, the main characters of the tech startup named piper. Stumble into an unlikely solution for really big data storage problem using interconnected, smart refrigerators. And while it's funny fiction. It does illustrate our first trend the internet of things, which is essentially the growth. Of all of our smart interconnected devices. Everything from our phones, our TV's, washing machines, coffee makers, of course, refrigerators and it's a trend. That's booming. And so our second trend humanization Jim Cramer crazy guy on CNBC's mad money stated earlier this year that the humanization of pets is the greatest investing theme in the market this year. All right. So that sounds really important, right? But what is the humanization of pets? Well, my simple take on. It is it's about our changing views of our pets as family members and treating them as such and it's a really broad trend that crosses lots of demographics. But it's especially being fueled by millennials who are the largest and fastest group of parents today. And are also a group who on average are waiting longer to have children at least the two legged kind in there using their pets to help hone appearing skills as an outlet for the parental love and money. You can see this trying to pet humanization play out in a number of ways. Take social media now tons of pet accounts. Some really big follower. Wings and enough influence to command series advertising dollars up two thousands of posts for some or look at our travel behaviors more and more. We'd like to travel with their pets and some hotels are rolling out the red carpet with over the top amenities divide for our business, for example, my company Popejoy supplies, the cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas with boxes of goodies to pamper. Their nightly doggie guests which is just one of a number of amenities that the offer under their doctrine we program or look at our general purchasing transfer pets include big increases in organic, local and sustainable types of pet foods and treats stylish and seasonal clothes and accessories for pets, and the kind of stuff that once was reserved for human babies like strollers and carriers, and of course, technology because technology has revolutionized our lives. So how can we possibly leave? Our for the analog stone ages there's GPS and activity tracking for your dog with products like the nozzle collar the link AKC collar, wearable, LED technology like we covered with her. Former guest land from four Paul's tech. Now, there's even dog TV a channel specifically designed for your dog. And there's our focus today, which is bringing FaceTime to Fido to explain a little further just like the parents of human babies. We Pat parents misreferred babies do when we're not at home. Have you ever been sitting at a meeting just wishing that you could check underdog is he or she was doing well you can now you can call her or she can even call you enter pet chats. It's basically FaceTime or Skype for your plus a few other fun things. It's an interactive webcam, a treat dispenser, ascent dispenser and my favorite feature a doggy activated. Call Pat, because of course, your dog is a busy schedule. She needs to fit you. And when she can on her time, hashtag overbooked. But seriously, imagine it for a second being at work getting a smartphone. Notification sent you buy your dog at home because she wants to see you you open your app. You can see your wagging retail on the video after some cute baby talk for her. Of course, you hit a button and a tree pops out of dispenser. You watch her devour. Schweitzer tail even more. And you Pat yourself on the back for being amazing pet parent that you are this isn't fiction, MRs chats and today's guests Joe Meyer is here to talk with us about it. He has a career that spanned branding and marketing for some big industry leaders like target and Coca Cola, and now he's helping to lead the tech industry. Ford is the director of marketing and customer experience a pet you can find more about chats.

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"second trend" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"second trend" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"AM OSs just a sophomore. He ever just nine a game. These teams I would say the future is pretty bright for them. Very much has a little bit. More of a mixture veteran players, then Illinois, Illinois ferry young as moss sends the first free throw and gets default to have that foundation Bill established that identity, and I was always been a balanced team. Wherever you've seen any Fran McCaffrey team. They always been very balanced Moskowitz. And both fall, it's a forty one thirty one lead. Ten points is the largest lead of the night for the Hawkeyes and still in that three quarter court zone trap as Dosumu splits. It gets to the basket and draws the foul. Nearly got the hoop and Armand Fraser noise wanting as a shooting foul, actually, I think they want it to be a golden. Was a shooting foul. I'll tell you Fraser was very quick and explosive always like his motor this. You're going to need motor especially coming into this game. The second trend Frazier one for five from the field. These are is first free. Throw attempts Illinois has only attempted to free throws tonight. And they missed the boat that was on the flagrant foul. Shawna's? Feely went to the strike. So Frazier gets the first. Second one on the way. Iowa seven for seven from the stripe. So far Frazier gets them. Both makes it an eight point Iowa lead with nineteen minutes to play this match up. I'm looking at right now. Hannon man. Couple of ALPHA's chirping. Year we camp with the dribble off the curl down screen. Dumps it inside a Tyler cook. Cook was cemented his position on that left block and Demonte Williams going to pick up a foul. Don't matter form when you got a guy like Tyler cookies. He's he's a big man that matchup. He's six inches shorter. Demonte Williams is. And fifty pounds lighter that could be exploited. Even like last night, though. They didn't have their bigs Giorgi foul belt on the inbounds. They try to dump it the weeds camp trek. Frazier had inside position. But he was wrapped up inside of Lee's camp. Frazier doesn't like that call. Let's go on the defense every time every time to the basket. Draws some boo. Birds from the Illinois crowd a little bit more Illinois than I will. But the Hawkeyes have a pretty good group that's traveled here. The winner of this contest will take on the two time defending big ten champions big ten tournament champion. Michigan wolverines. No one's one three in a row in the history of this tournament in the twenty two years, I will get into Isaiah Moscow the point Mazda Bohannon had faked jab step to the right back to Luca Garza. Hip hop the three in and out rebounded to east camp on the weak side. Frazier's going to pick up another foul. Trying to box him out. We camps bigger and stronger. Yes, he is. He's more active, and when you're bigger and stronger and longer that's when you have problems when a guy shooting long threes, you gotta box them out. We camp at six six two five much bigger than Trent Frazier at six hundred seventy and you mentioned the length it's not just behind. Here's Tyler cook working on Tyler cook into the paint. Short push. No good. We can't. Rebound draws another foul on somebody walks mile. Somebody's got go to these on the court. Those those fifty fifty balls right now seven Jones will come back in threat Frazier. We'll take a seat. Frazier goes to the bench. Just five points three turnovers and a foul. We'll have police in the game and also trim Frazier. Not giving you much. Tyler who throws at town with a one hand, spike. Oh. Man's boo. Dosumu gets the switch up Luca Garza drives into the paint. Good skip into the corner. Andres believes three point shot. No, good rebound. Weak side. Joey scam gets it away to Bohannon Bohannon with a quick voter up the right side bolted up to Garza Garza. Tyler miss the jam. He lost it. Illinois, the rebound. Three andres. Police left side Dosumu holds it up. It settles his teammate down. And this the pace has picked up this intensity. Couple of missed opportunities. One for each team is Illinois. It goes back to the we've Dosumu with the dribble. Still moving at good. No, look deep and a better pass weak side to Andres police, I don't know how this Sean Feeley found that pass through a crowd, but he did quickly for Iowa. We camp to the bucket laze in Illinois terrible transition defense the make but they'll push it themselves. Dosumu thought about a three in transition gives it up dawn raids? Police forty five thirty five Iowa with the lead deep look from Andre spolice George China's feeling that passed a little too long. I think Machado's feely at the last second thought, maybe there's someone else it's come to like to a guy crass room the corner. But he's gotta grab it gotta grab that. But he's also looking to get offense rebound from times. You get that close to the basket. You got all out with the score Iowa Forty-five, Illinois thirty five there is a break in the action at the United Center. You're listening to the. Big ten tournament on compass media networks, America's home for college basketball..

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"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Being here. With me today. We're going to geek out a little bit. And we're going to talk about too big nerdy. Trans the internet of things and pet humanization. I recently watched the series one of my favorite TV show Silicon Valley on HBO show follows the ups and downs of a tech startup based in valley. Of course, if you've not already seen the show, or at least the season's final episode. Here's a warning on a spoiler alert. You may want to turn down the volume for a couple of seconds. All right. So in this season, spinal show, the main characters of the tech startup named pied. Piper. Stumble into an unlikely solution for really big data storage problem using interconnected, smart refrigerators. And while it's funny fiction. It does illustrate our first TRAN the internet of things which is essentially the growth of all of our smart interconnected devices, everything from our phones. Our TV's washing machines coffee makers, of course, refrigerators and it's a trend. That's booming. And so is our second trend pet humanization. Jim Cramer crazy guy on CNBC's mad money stated earlier this year that the humanization of pets is the greatest investing theme in the market this year. All right. So that sounds really important, right? But what is the humanization of pets? Well, my simple take on. It is it's about our changing views of our pets as family members and treating them as such and it's a really broad trend that crosses lots of demographics. But it's especially being fueled by millennials who are the largest and fastest group of parents today. And are also a group who on average are waiting longer to have children at least the two legged kind and they're using their pets to help Homer parenting skills as an outlet for the parental love money. You can see this trying to pet humanization play out in a number of ways. Take social media now. Tons of paddock outs. Some with really big followings and enough influence to command series advertising dollars up to thousands of. Host for some or look at our travel behaviors more and more. We like to travel with our pets. Some hotels are rolling out the red carpet with over the top amenities Divi for our business, for example, my company Popejoy supplies, the cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas with boxes of goodies to pamper their nightly doggie guest, which is just one of a number of amenities that the offer under their doctrine we program or look at our general purchasing transfer pets include big increases in organic, local and sustainable types of pet foods intrigues stylish and seasonal clothes and accessories for pets and the kind of stuff that once was reserved for human babies like strollers, and cares. And of course, technology because technology has revolutionized our lives. So how can we possibly leave are babies? The analog stone-age is there's GPS and activity tracking for your dog, but products like the nozzle collar the link AKC collar, wearable, LED technology, like we covered with our former guest land from poor Paul's tack now there's even dog TV a channel specifically designed for your dog. And. There's our focus up today, which is bringing FaceTime to Fido to explain a little further just like the parents of human babies. We Pat parents miss our baby sitter when we're not at home you ever been sitting at a meeting just wishing that you could check your dog to see if she was doing well you can now you can call her or she can even call you enter pet chats. It's basically FaceTime or Skype for your plus a few other fun things. It's an interactive webcam, treat, dispenser, ascent dispenser and my favorite feature a doggy activated. Call Pat, because of course, your dog has a busy schedule. She needs to fit you. And when she can on her time, hashtag overbooked. But seriously, imagine it for a second being at work getting a smartphone. Notification sent you buy your dog at home because she wants to see you you open your app, you can see your wedding retail on the video after some cute baby talk for her. Of course, you hit a button and a tree pops out of a dispenser. You watch her devour at Schweitzer tail even more. And you Pat yourself on the back for being the amazing pet parent that you are. This isn't fiction. This is Pat chats and today's guest Joe Meyer is here to talk with us about it. He has a career that spanned branding and marketing for some big industry leaders like target and Coca Cola, and now he's helping to lead the tech industry. Ford is the director of marketing and customer experience a pet jet. You can find more about Pat, chats online.

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"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Mcadams. Thanks for being here with me. We're going to geek out and we're gonna talk about too big nerdy. Tramps the internet of things humanization. I recently watched the series finale one of my favorite TV show Silicon Valley on HBO who show follows the ups and downs of a tech startup based in Silicon Valley. Of course, if you've not already seen the show, or at least the season's final episode. Here's do warning on a spoiler alert. You may want to turn down the volume for a couple of seconds. All right. So in this season, spinal show, the main characters of the tech startup named pied. Piper. Stumble into an unlikely solution for really big data storage problem using interconnected, smart refrigerators. And while it's funny fiction. It does illustrate our first trend the internet of things which is essentially the growth of all of our smart interconnected devices. Everything from our phones, our TV's, washing machines, coffee makers, of course, refrigerators and it's a trend. That's booming. And so is our second trend pet human. Jim Cramer crazy guy on CNBC's mad money stated earlier this year that the humanization of pets is the greatest investing theme in the market this year. All right. So that sounds really important, right? But what is the humanization of pets? Well, my simple take on. It is it's about our changing views of our pets as family members and treating them as such and it's a really broad trend that crosses lots of demographics. But it's especially being fueled by millennials who are the largest and fastest group appearance today. And they're also a group who on average are waiting longer to have children at least the two legged guide and they're using their pets to help Homer parenting skills as an outlet for the parental love and money. You can see this trying to pet humanization play out in a number of ways. Take social media now tons of accounts some with really big followings and enough influence to command series advertising dollars up two thousands of posts for some or look at our travel behaviors more and more. We like to travel with their pets and some hotels are rolling out the red carpet. Go to the top amenities for business for my company. Pop joy supplies, the cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas with boxes of goodies to pamper their nightly doggie guest, which is just one of a number of amenities that the offer under their doctrine we program or look at our general purchasing transfer pets include big increases in organic, local and sustainable types of peppers intrigues stylish and seasonal clothes and accessories for pets, and the kind of stuff that once was reserved for human babies like strollers and carriers, and of course, technology because technology has revolutionized our lives. So how can we possibly leave our Furby bees in the analogs donate? There's GPS and activity tracking for your dog, but products like the nozzle collar the link AKC collar is wearable technology like we covered with her. Former guest land from poor Paul's tack now there's even dog TV a channel specifically designed for your dog. And there's our focus up today, which is bringing FaceTime to Fido to explain a little further just like the parents of human babies. We pet parents Mr. for babies when we're not at home you ever been sitting at a meeting just wishing that you could check underdog as he or she was doing well you can now you can call her or she can even call you enter pet chats. It's basically FaceTime or Skype for your plus a few other fun things. It's an interactive webcam truth. Dispenser, ascent dispenser, and my favorite feature a doggy activated call pan because of course, your dog is a busy schedule. She needs to fit you. And when she can on her time, hashtag overbooked. But seriously, imagine it for a second being at work getting a smartphone. Notification sent you buy your dog at home because she wants to see you you open your app. You can see your wagging her tail on the video after some cute baby talk for her course, you hit a button and a tree pops out of the dispenser. You watch her devour it Schweitzer tail even more, and you pack yourself on the back for being the amazing pet parent that you are this isn't fiction this chats and today's guest Joe Meyer is here to talk with us about it. He has a career that spanned branding and Mark. Eating for big industry leaders target and Coca Cola, and now he's helping to lead the tech industry. Ford is the director of marketing and customer experience a pet jet. You can find more about Pat,.

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"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"For being here. With me today. We're going to geek out a little bit. And we're gonna talk about too. Big nerdy tracks the internet of things humanization. I recently watched the series finale one of my favorite TV shows Silicon Valley on HBO show follows the ups and downs and protect startup based in Silicon Valley. Of course, if you've not seen the show, or at least the season's final episode. Here's your warning on a spoiler alert. You may want to turn down the volume for a couple of seconds. All right. So in this season, spinal show, the main characters of the tech startup named piper. Stumble into an unlikely solution for really big data storage problem using interconnected, smart refrigerators. And while it's funny fiction. It does illustrate our first trend the internet of things which is essentially the growth of all of our smart interconnected. Devices everything from our phones, our TV's, washing machines, coffee makers, of course, refrigerators and it's a trend. That's booming. And so is our second trend pet humanization. Jim Cramer crazy guy on CNBC's mad money stated earlier this year that the humanization of pets is the greatest investing theme in the market this year. All right. So that sounds really important, right? But what is the humanization of pets? Well, my simple take on. It is it's about our changing views of our pets as family members and us treating them as such and it's a really broad trend that crosses lots of demographics. But it's especially being fueled by millennials who are the largest and fastest group appearance today. And are also a group who on average are waiting longer to have children at least the two lighted guide and they're using their pets to help Homer parenting skills as an outlet for the parental love and money. You can see this trying to pet humanization play on a number of ways, take social media. They're now tons of pet accounts. Some with really big followings and enough influence to command, sir. Advertising dollars up to thousands of posts for some or look at our travel behaviors more and more. We like to travel with her pets and some hotels are rolling out the red carpet with over the top amenities divide for business for my company Popejoy supplies, the cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas with boxes of goodies to pamper their nightly doggie guest, which is just one of a number of amenities that the offer under their doctrine we program or look at our general purchasing transfer pets include big increases in organic, local and sustainable types of foods and treats stylish and seasonal clothes and accessories for pets and the kind of stuff that once was reserved for human babies like strollers, and cares. And of course, technology because technology is revolutionized our lives. So how can we possibly leave our for babies in the analog stone ages there's GPS and activity tracking for your dog with products like the nozzle collar the link AKC collar is wearable technology like we covered with her. Former guest land from four Paul's tack. Now, there's even dog TV a channel specific. Designed for your dog. And there's our focus up today, which is bringing FaceTime to Fido to explain a little further just like the parents of human babies. We Pat parents Mr Ferber ABC when we're not at home you ever been sitting in a meeting just wishing that you could check underdog is he or she was doing well you can now you can call her or she can even call you chats. It's basically FaceTime or Skype for your plus a few other fun things. It's an interactive webcam. It's a treat dispenser ascent dispenser, and my favorite feature a doggy activated call pan because of course, your dog is a busy schedule. She needs to fit you. And when she can on her time, hashtag overbooked. But seriously, imagine it for a second being at work getting a smartphone. Notification sent to you by your dog at home because she wants to see you you open your app, you can see your wagging retail on the video after some cute baby talk for her. Of course, you hit a button and a tree pops out of the dispenser. You watch her devour it Schweitzer tail even more. And you Pat yourself on the back. For being amazing parent that you are this is.

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"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Thanks for being here with me. Today. We're going to geek out a little bit. And we're going to talk about too big nerdy. Tricks. The internet of things humanization. I recently watched the series finales, one of my favorite TV show Silicon Valley on HBO show follows the ups and downs of tech startup based in Silicon Valley. Of course, if you've not already seen the show, or at least the season's final episode. Here's your warning on a spoiler alert. You may want to turn down the volume for a couple of seconds. All right. So in this season, spinal show, the main characters of the tech startup named piper. Stumble into an unlikely solution for really big data storage problem using interconnected, smart refrigerators. And while it's funny fiction. It does illustrate our first trend the internet of things which is essentially the growth of all of our smart interconnected devices. Everything from our phones, our TV's, washing machines, coffee makers, of course, refrigerators and it's a trend. That's booming. And so is our second trend pet humanization. Jim Cramer the crazy guy on CNBC's mad money stated earlier this year. That the humanization of pets is the greatest investing theme in the market this year. All right. So that sounds really important, right? But what is the humanization pets? Well, my simple take on. It is it's about our changing views of our pets as family members and treating them as such and it's a really broad trend that crosses lots of demographics. But it's especially being fueled by millennials who are the largest and fastest group appearance today. And they're also a group who on average are waiting longer to have children at least the two lighted guide and they're using their pets to help Homer parenting skills as an outlet for the parental love and money. You can see this trying to pet humanization play on a number of ways. Take social media now. Tons of paddock outs. Some with really big followings and enough influence to command series advertising dollars up two thousands of posts for some or look at our travel behaviors more and more. We like to travel with their pets. Some hotels are rolling out the red carpet to the top of amenities Divi for business. For example, my company pop joy supplies, the cosmopolitan hotel. L in Las Vegas with boxes of goodies to pamper their nightly doggie guest, which is just one of a number of amenities that the offer under their doctrine we program or look at our general purchasing transfer pets include big increases in organic, local and sustainable types of pet foods intrigues stylish and seasonal clothes and accessories for pets and the kind of stuff that once was reserved for human babies like strollers, and cares. And of course, technology because technology has revolutionized our lives. So how can we possibly leave our babies in the analog stone ages there's GPS and activity tracking for your dog with products like the nozzle collar the link AKC collar, wearable technology like we covered with our former desks land from four Paul's tag. Now, there's even dog TV a channel specifically designed for your dog. And there our focus up today, which is bringing FaceTime to fight him to explain a little further just like the parents of human babies, we packed parents misreferred babies soon, we're not at home you ever been sitting at a meeting just wishing that you could. Check underdog as he or she was doing well you can now you can call her or she can even call you and pet chats. It's basically FaceTime or Skype for your plus a few other fun things. It's an interactive webcam. It's a treat dispenser ascent dispenser, and my favorite feature a doggy activated call pan because of course, your dog has a busy schedule. She needs to fit you in when she can on her time, hashtag overbooked. But seriously, imagine it for a second being at work getting smartphone. Notification sent you buy your dog at home because she wants to see you you open your app. You can see your wagging retail on the video after some cute baby talk for her. Of course, you hit a button and a tree pops out of a dispenser. You watch devour. It her tail even more, and you pack yourself on the back for being amazing pet parent that you are this isn't fiction, MRs pets and today's guest. Joe Meyer is here to talk with us about it. He has a career that spanned branding and marketing for big industry leaders are targeting Coca Cola. And now, he's helping to lead the tech industry for. Ford is the director of marketing and customer. Experience a pet chat. You can find more about pets. Yeah. That's online chats.

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"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"second trend" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Today. We're going to geek out and we're going to talk about too big nerdy trends, the internet of things humanization. I recently watched the series finale one of my favorite TV show Silicon Valley on HBO who show follows the ups and downs of a tech startup based in Silicon Valley. Of course, if you've not seen the show, or at least the season's final episode. Here's a warning on a spoiler alert may want to turn down the volume for a couple of seconds. All right. So in this season, spinal show, the main characters of the tech startup named piper. Stumble into an unlikely solution for really big data storage problem using interconnected, smart refrigerators. And while it's funny fiction. It does illustrate our first trend the internet of things which is essentially the growth of all of our smart interconnected devices. Everything from our phones our TV's washing machine. Coffee makers, of course, refrigerators and it's a trend. That's booming. And so our second trend pet humanization? Jim Cramer crazy guy on CNBC's mad money stated earlier this year that the humanization of pets is the greatest investing theme in the market this year. All right. So that sounds really important, right? But what is the humanization of pets? Well, my simple take on. It is it's about our changing views of our pets as family members in treating them as such and it's a really broad trend that crosses lots of demographics. But it's especially being fueled by millennials who are the largest and fastest group appearance today. And they're also a group who on average are waiting longer to have children at least the two lighted guide and they're using their pets to help Homa parenting skills as an outlet for the parental love and money. You can see this trying to pet humanization play on a number of ways. Take social media now. Tons of paddock outs. Some really big followings and enough influence to command series advertising dollars up to thousands of posts for some were. Look at our travel behaviors more and more. We like to travel with her pets and some hotels a rolling out the red carpet to the top amenities divide for business for my company Popejoy supplies, the cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas with boxes of goodies to pamper their nightly doggie guest, which is just one of a number of amenities that the offer under their doctrine we program or look at our general purchasing transfer pets include big increases in organic, local and sustainable types of pet food intrigues stylish and seasonal clothes and accessories for beds, and the kind of stuff that once was reserved for human babies like strollers and carriers, and of course, technology because technology has revolutionized our lives. So how can we possibly leave our babies in the analogs donators there's GPS and activity tracking for your dog with products like the nozzle collar delinquent Casey collar, wearable, LED technology, like we covered with our former guest land from four Paul's tack. Now, there's even dog TV a channel specifically designed for your dog. And there's our focus today. Which is bringing FaceTime to Fido to explain a little further just like the parents of human babies. We Pat parents misreferred babies doing we're not at home you ever been sitting at a meeting just wishing that you could check underdog he or she was doing well you can now you can call her or she can even call you enter pet chats. It's basically FaceTime or Skype for your plus a few other fun things. It's an interactive webcam, treat, dispenser, ascent dispenser, and my favorite feature a doggy activated call pan because of course, your dog is a busy schedule. She needs to fit you. And when she can on her time, hashtag overbooked. But seriously, imagine it for a second being at work getting a smartphone notification since you buy your dog at home because she wants to see you you open your app, you can see your wedding retail on the video after some cute baby talk for her. Of course, you hit a button and a tree pops out of a dispenser. You watch devour it she rides her tail even more, and you.

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