35 Burst results for "Series A"

Nats rout Yankees 11-4 on late homers and 3 errors

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 hrs ago

Nats rout Yankees 11-4 on late homers and 3 errors

"The nationals took advantage of three Yankees errors to score six times in the eighth inning of an eleven four route in the Bronx Josh Harrison slammed a three run Homer that put the nets in control we got prison with more opportunities no drive guys in today and you know we got it done so it was exciting to to have one of these games have one of those innings as well and it was it was a full team effort program to get the first game of the series Erin judge made the first error of the inning infielders DJ lemay you want Gleyber Torres also made a fitting miscues Juan Soto editor two run blast in the ninth Josh Bellamy young combs also went deep as Washington ended a three game losing streak let me hear what Gary Jack let me heal and Gary Sanchez homered for New York I'm Dave Ferrie

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The Magic of Energy

The Pulse

01:48 min | 21 hrs ago

The Magic of Energy

"Energy fuels our lives in ways that seem magical energy turns darkness into light cold into warm water into ice but of course. That's all physics. Not magic but energy is kind of like magic if you think about the rules. Magic is all chaos. This is from the netflix series. The witcher conjuring something from nothing. There is a give and a take. The same is true for energy you never create or destroy energy. You only converted for one form to another. That's clifford johnson. He's a professor in the physics and astronomy department at the university of southern california. There's a fundamental law. Perhaps one of the most fundamental laws in physics is what's called conservation of energy which is precisely this idea that it it changes from one form to another but you never really destroy it or created. Let's say you want to make a couple of team you turn on the stove and energy is released. It's either the chemical energy stored in the gas that you're going to then burned or electrical energy coming in through the wires. The energy from the stove converts as the water heats up the temperature of the water represents how much energy every individual water has on. What they're doing is they're really just jiggling around And you're making the jiggle more. Raise the temperature. You pour the water into the t pod. It warms up hot the air around the table. It's on energy is slowly leaking out everywhere but most of what you want where you want it to be is is in the hot tea

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Is NASCARs NextGen Car Going Electric?

The Final Lap

01:20 min | 23 hrs ago

Is NASCARs NextGen Car Going Electric?

"This week. Nascar unveiled our next gen cup series race car. That's gonna make its debut next season and from the first glance look amazing. Let's check out the styling. It's similar to the cars that you can buy at your local show remorse. Oh than ever ford mustang. Chevrolet camaro and toyota camry looked just like these race cars now. Some of the components feature things found on your car right now and for the last few decades actually otherwise not seen in nascar like independent rear suspension rack and pinion steering and bigger breaks and they have an eye on the future. The gearing package will feature the ability to incorporate electrification that martha turning point. I think we will hear a ton more about these future cars all year long for now. Let's get some thoughts from the defending cup series champion. Chase elliott miami guys coming in. Who don't have those. You know five years or ten years or fifteen years of experience and they don't know any better right so there's no bad habits to have to be broke my vantage point change to me. This is my sixth year which is crazy but with those six years i have created habits and things that i do inside the car that i'm curious to see apply if they apply next year nod and i think i'm not the only guy in that boat so looking forward to to seeing seeing what the challenges are and how to work through

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Doncic, Mavs hold on to beat Irving, Nets 113-109 for sweep

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Doncic, Mavs hold on to beat Irving, Nets 113-109 for sweep

"The nets now find themselves two and a half games behind the Eastern Conference leading seventy Sixers following their fourth straight loss one thirteen one oh nine at Dallas look at dodges scored twenty four points and Tim Hardaway junior added twenty three to help the Mavericks complete a sweep of the two game season series Dodger Charlie shot seven of twenty two but he chipped in with ten rebounds and eight assists it was one of the worst game made Burke well we got a win that's all matters not just trying to when you're not scoring trying to do other things and just keep playing Dorian Finney Smith scored seventeen points and the Mavericks reached ten games over five hundred for the first time this season the nets fell despite carrier ring season high forty five points I'm Dave Ferrie

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Slumping Slugger Albert Pujols Cut by Angels, Still Wants to Play

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 d ago

Slumping Slugger Albert Pujols Cut by Angels, Still Wants to Play

"The angels are dropping a hall of fame candidate Albert Pujols has been designated for assignment abruptly ending the forty one year old superstar sluggers decade with his second major league team pulls his fifth major league history with six hundred sixty seven career home runs and thirty four three thousand two hundred fifty three hits the oldest active player in the majors is batting just one ninety eight this season with five home runs and twelve RBIs he won three league MVP awards earned two World Series rings received nine all star selections one NL batting title and hit four hundred forty five homers with St Louis I'm Dave Ferrie

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Cordero Snaps Slump, Red Sox Hold on to Beat Tigers 12-9

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

Cordero Snaps Slump, Red Sox Hold on to Beat Tigers 12-9

"Franchy Cordero broke out of a season long slump to help the red Sox cell budget three game series victory over the Tigers with a wild twelve nine when Cordero had a season high with three hits and reached on a fielding error on a two out dribbler that plated the go ahead run in Boston's three run eighth Xander Bogart's says it looks like Cordero is finally getting adjusted to playing in Boston we all know the potential that he has sometimes it's tough for someone coming to a new organization and especially playing in this type of market Rafael Devers drove in three while JD Martinez and Alex Verdugo had two RBIs apiece for a Boston team that has won six of ten Gethin Coolbaugh Boston

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Josh Duggar’s History of Child Sexual Abuse

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

01:57 min | 2 d ago

Josh Duggar’s History of Child Sexual Abuse

"Duggar has really dug himself into very deep dark hole The thirty three year old was arrested in arkansas on thursday without bail on child pornography charges now. His name may sound familiar to you. If you have seen or heard of the t. s. t. l. c. show nineteen kids and counting. And then the following show counting on He is the eldest child of parents. Michelle and jim bob. Duggar the show focused on the life of the duggar. Family who are devout. Baptists and frequently discuss a values of purity modesty and their faith in god. The doug avoid birth control thing they have decided to allow god to determine the number of children that they have which kinda ties into the title of the show. All of the children are home. Schooled and access to entertainment such as movies and television is very limited to them The duggar family has also used quote. Blanket time end quote which is a controversial practice with their children that is basically chaperoned courtship. I'm which the couple becomes acquainted only in a group setting so little odd but On may twenty second twenty fifteen. Tlc suspended the series when the duckers eldest son josh the one that was just arrested publicly apologized for having acted inexcusably following reports that he molested five years including some of his sisters by fondling them.

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The Powerful Difference School Nurses Make in Our Health with Rebecca Love & Robin Cogan

Outcomes Rocket

01:50 min | 2 d ago

The Powerful Difference School Nurses Make in Our Health with Rebecca Love & Robin Cogan

"And robin. Welcome so excited to be here. Yeah excited to have you guys here. We have a treat for all of you in the series but to begin with. I really wanna start off the series. By having rebecca and robin tell us a little bit about what inspires in healthcare. So take it away. Let's all you know. Thank you so much for having us to doing this series on sale. And i think we're my north star. Always leads me is that i'm just so inspired and empowered by the nurses and their movements really transform the future of healthcare and that i stepped forward and meet another nurse out there tackling a major healthcare problem at just to empowers and inspires more movement. Forward to see what more we can do to try to elevate and change the profession of healthcare lead through nursing leadership and innovation and and really excited to be here with. You really excited also to be on with robin. Because of bit incredible work that she has been doing on the school nurse side as kubat bear down on this country and we tried to reopen schools. So robin let me take a deep breath. I because there's a lot to unpack first of all such an admire rebecca's work and what i love most. About what rebecca does. She brings people together. She elevates nurses connects us. She celebrates nursing in all of its aspects and one of the most misunderstood aspects of nursing has been school nursing goal nursing has been misunderstood within our field so one of my biggest goals and i have to say. I'm i'm older. Now i'm looking towards. I'm not retiring yet. But i'm looking more at kind of the trajectory of my career. And i i'm thinking legacy right and what i was. What i want for my legacy. Is that if i was able to open the doors to people's minds and hearts about what school nurse israeli. Do then my job as well done

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Will Smith to Get Fit For YouTube Series

Jason and Alexis

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Will Smith to Get Fit For YouTube Series

Geo- Farming with Janine Igliane

Hey Moms in Business

02:13 min | 3 d ago

Geo- Farming with Janine Igliane

"Farming Loved the were farming. Because that's really what we're doing. We're planting seeds with this neighborhood in this neighborhood could really be any defined area that you choose. And we're planting. Seeds were cultivating were investing in this area. And we do that in a series of ways right. We do it through our intentional marketing. We do it through community events serving and giving back Things like that and just cultivating in overtime. It eventually grows and you become the neighborhood expert. The one that you know people think of when they think of selling i just took a listing last night when i was meeting with them. Of course you ask you know. How did you hear about me or what would you call me. And they said while we know that your number one in power ranch. No one sells more than you. We get your marketing pieces and we just knew that when we were ready to sell. You're the ones that we were gonna go with so that would full statement. Yeah it's such a good feeling to be like okay. i i've done. Goodbye added listing appointment. Go on its smokey recognized for that. Yeah well it's the result a don't let anyone volume out there. It's the result of a lot of hard work yet work. This is that something you do two or three hours a week of essen idea of maybe i don't know if you work on life of quarterly basis or whatever example that you can give a typical week or month. That would help people to understand. Just how intensely you do this mo new. I think tha that point just in general most people with farming. They think while. I mailed to this neighborhood for six months and i haven't got anything so it must not be working right or i. You know two months or two weeks or whatever and that is the biggest downfall to farming people. Why they don't succeed why they give up is because they don't stay consistent with that. I can tell you. I can look at my business from when i started until now in conceived little pops and from my i like pop was after eleven months of doing it consistently. I was like well like this works. They noticed me off on it started to pay

Apple and Spotify Are Ready to Take Your Podcast Money

Podcasting Essentials

01:31 min | 3 d ago

Apple and Spotify Are Ready to Take Your Podcast Money

"Both apple and spotify have announced paid subscriptions for podcast. Doesn't come with a huge surprise to talk about it. Yeah but the details are now in. So let's quickly compared the two services. I what does a subscription service actually main because this is not like apple. Tv plus all disney plus. Oh netflix where you pay a monthly fee and apple again to produce a whole of content. So this is clarify that. Yes this is for. Podcast produces to be able to monetize their podcasts. So now means you have the options of having free. Podcast perhaps freemium model where you have some content free and urges for example that a paid or a completely hide podcast series. More it means. Is the word subscribe that we've been using a lot of many years to get people to listen to our podcast. Now takes a very different meaning yet. And that's why apple of move towards the word follow. There's always been some consternation about. Does the word subscribe mean. You need to pay will. Now that's going to be a complete delineation between subscribe is a payment term and follow as a free option. Yes or the apple podcast badge that you put on your website change to listen quite a while ago but inside the app when you actually went to subscribe they let the subscribe button so i think it's actually going to be a little bit

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Playing Fair with Eve Rodsky

Can We Talk?

02:20 min | 3 d ago

Playing Fair with Eve Rodsky

"I wanted to talk to eve because even for me. A professional feminist this balance has been elusive. And it's humbling. Because feminists have been trying to address this. For many decades nineteenth century feminists created a professional field of home economics to bring value to domestic labor second way feminist tried renegotiating the terms of marriage and coined the phrase the politics of housework recognizing that was often seen as a personal struggle is part of a whole system that doesn't value or support caregiving and domestic work. Today many women in higher paying jobs outsource chelsea karen housework but that work is still being done by other women lower paying jobs who are often women of color. Covert has really laid bare. How imperfect and unjust the system is but as. We re emerge rebuild. That insight may give us an opportunity to renegotiate the terms or as eradicate would say. Reveal the deck. You've created a system that recognizes the true value of caregiving and seeks to redistribute it like all feminists revolutions. It started with a very personal moment. And that's where we began our conversation. I did have a series of experiences. That sort of changed. The course of my life and one of those experiences was a text. My husband sent me nine years ago. That said i'm surprised you didn't get blueberries and the passenger seat of my car. I had a diaper bag and a breast pump at a newborn baby at home and amidst all this chaos racing to get my older son zach at the time he was three. I had a client contract in my lap. And every time i would hit the brakes. Penn would serve stabbed me in the vagina making me completely. Saban pullover to the side of the road. I live in la now and so we don't take traffic lightly so for me to pull over and be laid to pick up zach. Something was really wrong in my marriage. And that was a the fact that i was the fulfill his smoothing needs and literally every single other task for my family was seemingly falling in my lap at the time but more importantly i did not have the career marriage combo i thought i was going to have all those realizations. Were sort of raining down on me that day. When sesame that tax

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Tesla's Berlin Gigafactory to Be Delayed Another 6 Months

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

02:02 min | 4 d ago

Tesla's Berlin Gigafactory to Be Delayed Another 6 Months

"Everybody rob our here and today. We've got quite a few rumors through we've been hearing most this weekend about delays for gigabyte. We'll talk about that situation. You've got a handful of exciting rumors as well another. Snp inclusion for tesla news on giga austin and a couple other stories to discuss quick look at the stock start off the week tesla today finishing down three and a half percent amidst some of those rumors about giga berlian. Closing at six hundred eighty. Four dollars ninety cents that compared to the nasdaq which was down half a percent on the day or at so capturing the most attention this weekend has been the report from automobile. Voca in germany. They claim to have an exclusive report that tesla has delayed gigabyte saying quote the start of series production tests. New gigafactory and bruneta near berlin has been delayed by six months until the end of january twenty twenty. Two tesla. boss elon. Musk officially gave the team half a year. More reports automobile voca citing company circles and quote. So this then got picked up kind of all over the place. We had bloomberg report on this market. Watch report on this et cetera. And this of course follows the news that we discussed last week. That tesla had adjusted their approval. Permit application to include battery production as we discussed in that episode that may cause further delays. Because the permit may need to then go through the public feedback process again. And we've already seen tesla their dismay with your approval process. How it's been going so far before even these adjustments so i say that because a delay overall wouldn't be all that surprising a delay until the end of january twenty twenty two would be a little bit more than i would expect though and we did hear tesla give us an update on this in their most recent shareholder letter from q. On earnings where they said. The build out of giga berlin is continuing to move forward with production and deliveries remaining on track. For late two thousand twenty one machinery for paint stamping castings et cetera. Continues to be moved into the building. In the meantime we will continue to increase import volumes to europe. And so this was just last week. They're saying late twenty twenty one and we also saw them simultaneously. Update the design studio time line for delivery for ottawa in germany from previously sang production mid twenty twenty one two deliveries and twenty twenty one.

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Trillions of Cicadas Will Soon Emerge To Make Sweet Love

Weird AF News

01:54 min | 4 d ago

Trillions of Cicadas Will Soon Emerge To Make Sweet Love

"Trillions of cicadas about to emerge after seventeen years underground. Ugge is it's a science story. The sand of san ci- here we go films about. Invading insects have been scaring movie goers for decades but now a real life insect invasion of what are called periodical. Cicadas will put hollywood to shame by its sheer size and scope over the next few weeks along the east coast and the mid west of the. Us these katie's will emerge from underground. They will shed their skins in partake in a month. Long mating ritual making quite a scene climbing trees singing mating songs as loud as one hundred decibels the same intensity as a jackhammer in case you're wondering how loud that is. Here's a quote from a doctor and entomologist. it's a pretty big event. i mean we're talking about trillions of cicadas. that are going to be emerging. They're going to be singing colin. They're going to be find mates in your backyard. It's going to be quite aside for you to see. There are over. A dozen known broods of cicadas in the united states categorized by when they emerged together from the ground brood x is considered one of the largest and makes its appearance like clockwork every seventeen years on the dot. I think it's not that the cicadas know anything per se. I think part of it is just very hard wired. So there's a series of biochemical cascade that rise and fall that set off a trigger. And if you have a certain hormone level and the temperature of the soil is about sixty four degrees well. It's time for those cicadas to go. Once the cicadas do emerge time is not on their side. They're on a short clock. Three to four weeks is what they have to find a mate and lay their eggs before they

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Microsoft Earnings Beat Expectations

Generation Xbox - Your Home for Xbox Series X News and Opinions!

01:40 min | 4 d ago

Microsoft Earnings Beat Expectations

"Dark with the fact that Xbox just had its best quarter three financial reporting ever. And, you know, that's, that's a pretty big deal. So I think, when we, when we talked about this, I mean, there's a few different things I play, right? We we had two new console launches we had but Thursday coming in. Also games, come continuing to grow, guys. How big of a deal? I mean, well, let's say how big of a deal and how surprising years, this and might be different answers. So, hey, let's start with you. I think it's a big deal. It's always gonna be a big deal, like for them, at least it's a big deal for us because the more money they make some more money. They can invest into new content for us to enjoy it. I don't think it's all surprisingly really. Like we know game in spite during the panoramic. Anyway, people were hungry for new consoles. And I mean they did the series s which boomed in like countries other than the us at least. Yep. Especially country off. Xbox hasn't really had too much of a foothold before so I don't, I don't think it's surprising at all. Yeah. Especially when you combine like Game Pass and the birth of purchase and like it says the generating money for them now as well. Yeah, yeah. Stephen, what do you think? It's, it's hard to say if it's a huge deal, I mean, the game industry as a whole is just, you know, doing really well. So it's not super surprising that Microsoft would also be taken a little piece of that

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Apple, Epic Games' Antitrust Trial to Begin Monday

Daily Tech News Show

01:45 min | Last week

Apple, Epic Games' Antitrust Trial to Begin Monday

"Of apple versus epic games. We've been talking about it. All year finally begins monday monday. Monday third presided over by judge. Yvonne gonzalez rogers of the united states district court for the northern district of california. The case was brought by epoch after it tried to offer an alternative way of paying for in game purchases in fortnight earlier this year apple removed the game from the app store. The case will evaluate whether the sherman act's definition of a monopoly in the united states applies to an operating systems app store. Epic would like the right to offer. Its own app store on us as well as also be able to offer alternative payment methods within its apps distributed through. Apple's app store if epic. Were to win this case that would lead developers offer their own in app payment systems and possibly force apple to allow side loaded apps or even alternative app stores now in the case. Here's some of the arguments to be on the lookout for apple's going to argue that competition is and should be among devices not within the os and apple's going to argue that. The app store is an integral part of its operating system and that changing that would make the device worse which is not the aim of antitrust law and that making it offer alternate app stores would be like forcing it to sell iphones with chips other than its own a series or something like that epochs going to point to the mac which has an app store but also allows for other ways of buying and selling software and say. Why is it so integral on the phone and not integral on your laptop. Apple's going to point to game consoles like the playstation and the xbox which have a thirty percent commission and don't offer alternate stores and say that's the industry standard. We're just doing what they do.

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Why Jewish Fiction? With David Hirshberg

Judaism Unbound

02:12 min | Last week

Why Jewish Fiction? With David Hirshberg

"Hershberg welcome to judaism unbounded so great to have you. Thank you very much. It's nice to be we both of you. Well where starting this kind of series which is distributed through the next few months where we're talking to a number of authors of fiction from a jewish perspective or from a jewish point of view or about the jewish experience Last week we talked to some folks who are earlier in their lives who are writing fiction and this week. We're talking with you. Who is somebody who came to write fiction after a long career as moore. I'm wondering a little bit if you could talk about where that impulse to write. Fiction comes from at this stage of your life and you're trying to do by now becoming a novelist. I spent a career in in biotech developing drugs and about four or five years ago. I decided that i needed something. A second act in. I always wanted to write and fishing was what i wanted to write so i decided to do something i wrote. I wrote it off. And when i was finished with our very proud and then did probably the best thing i've ever done. I deleted it. It was one hundred. Twenty four thousand words and out of that between fifteen. Eighteen hundred words were preserved and those preserved words went into my first book called my mother son which came out three years ago. The decision to to write was one that. If i didn't start doing it. I would have one of these regrets. Later on rai would say. Oh i could have done this. I'm so disappointed. I didn't do that. And the worst thing would happen. Since i did on my own was it wouldn't be very good and no one else would no. I wouldn't suffer any of the negative consequences. I was lucky when i sent chapters around to people who said they likely very much and they continued to push me to write at. That was at the same time. I was leaving last. Ceo job in biotech. And so now. I have more time to write. Although i'm advising a few companies now it doesn't take too much.

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Why Is Obesity Such a Serious Condition?

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

02:00 min | Last week

Why Is Obesity Such a Serious Condition?

"Today. We look at a condition that comes with a multitude of serious health issues. Obesity and we start with the best ways to figure out our optimal weight based on our height. We seem to become inured to the mortal threat of obesity. Go back medical issue. A half century or so when obesity wasn't just run of the mill. The descriptions are much more grim. Obesity is always tragic and its hazards are terrify but it's not just obesity of four million deaths every year tribute excess by nearly forty percent of the victim are just overweight or obese. According to two famous. Harvard studies weight gain of as little as eleven pounds from early adulthood through middle age increases risk of major chronic diseases such as diabetes cardiovascular disease and cancer the flip side though is that even modest weight loss can major health benefits. What's the optimal bmi The largest is in the united states and around the world found that having a normal body mass index a bmi from twenty to twenty five associate with the longest lifespan. Put all the best available stays with the longest follow up together and that can be narrowed down even further to a bmi of twenty two twenty two. that'd be about between one hundred and twenty four hundred thirty six pounds for someone who stands five foot six but even with a normal bmi the risk of developing chronic diseases such as type two diabetes heart disease and several types of cancer starts to rise towards the upper end even starting as low as a bmi one a bmi five eighteen point five and twenty four point five or both considered within the normal range but a bmi five maybe shared with twice the heart disease risk compared eighteen point for just as there are gradations risk within a normal bmi range their spectrum with an

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"series a" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast

Great Big History Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"series a" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast

"If you have good rulers they just need to be more efficient this is still a large empire it still runs uh this southeastern europe asia minor the middle east egypt these are major places so we're fine there there will be money does not as much money but there'll be money owing is good rulers what happened a series a long series of bad in week rulers less money did not lead to more efficiency what it actually led to his more decadence as increasingly ruler said i don't have the money to build giant armies and conquer europe so you know what i'm going to do go on my hot tub i'm gonna take a hundred girls into my harem two under girl's three hundred girls into my harem and get a close at the palace and good luck with that and we get a series of bad rulers who use that less money for themselves to get more decadence so what we get is a series of grand vizier as we get your far we get a series of grandeur of vizier 's v isae i e r s we get a series of grand visitors some are good m many liked you're far from allowed an or selfish why why would they be selfish will because they're not the ruler they're just some dude making decisions four the ruler what does that mean the ottoman empire technically belongs to the sultan to the ruler so he has every reason to want it to succeed.

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"series a" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"series a" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"You know what i mean like i'm never going to and never going to wake up five years from now hopefully five years from now go this is just really not the life that i wanted because i'm i'm doing than a regular series of chickens so going back to what you said about you know for a brief moment actually doubled down in the thing that i didn't want yep which i totally get yeah understand in a way that i can't even conveyed you why do you think people have a hard time identifying what they really want and like what can people do to not find themselves in that situation this is a very first world problem but i would say one of the hardest things to do in the world is to turn down money right so like i was in a conference room and someone said look we need you to come back with we know you have this writing thing on your quitting yet or i'd already basically left i was i was like sort of remote and and and didn't have a daytoday wrong and said look we we need you to come back this going to be a tough series a month but then you can make a contribution we need you come back and i said look got all the stuff and they they said will what would it cost and get you to come back and i threw out what i thought was a high number and they said done and so in that moment i was like well that's a lot of money of it would it would be irresponsible to say no to this right and so i was telling myself one that i could do it all at the same time and then to that like you know and i wanted this money you know and and it would it would seem dumb to say no to it i do have lots of successful like entrepreneurs in an athletes and what are the things are always talk and they're like oh i just i love books i love writing i would love.

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"series a" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"series a" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

"Find new entertainment content that i wanna watch new tv shows new series a new movies that wind up on hbo were you know amazon prime and i'm able to add all those into a single list and kind of have them in a single place and now that i'm using it more and more with the various apps i'm starting to also get additional recommendations that are very specific to the kinds of content that i really love and it makes it incredibly easy to pick up a a show that i started watching may be on my apple tv and then later i didn't finish it for whatever reason got interrupted later the next day i'll see it there in my up next list and i can pick up right where i left off as ongoing the beds sitting down with my ipad and i am just really enjoying the heck out of that and it's surprised me in a way because i didn't think it was going to be that big of a deal my biggest disappointment is netflixing not supporting it yet i'm really hoping they decide to change that philosophy in 2018 i'm going to be certainly sending in a lot of feedback to them saying that this is how i want to interact with and watch and consume content on my device and i think for them at least for me what's happening is i'm ending up watching more stuff on hbo in amazon prime than i am on netflixing now simply because i'm going to the tv app first and i'm finding content there and watching it there and because amazon's not or because rather netflixing not part of that.

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"series a" Discussed on The MacCast

The MacCast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"series a" Discussed on The MacCast

"Find new entertainment content that i wanna watch new tv shows new series a new movies that wind up on hbo were you know amazon prime and i'm able to add all those into a single list and kind of have them in a single place and now that i'm using it more and more with the various apps i'm starting to also get additional recommendations that are very specific to the kinds of content that i really love and it makes it incredibly easy to pick up a a show that i started watching may be on my apple tv and then later i didn't finish it for whatever reason got interrupted later the next day i'll see it there in my up next list and i can pick up right where i left off as ongoing the beds sitting down with my ipad and i am just really enjoying the heck out of that and it's surprised me in a way because i didn't think it was going to be that big of a deal my biggest disappointment is netflixing not supporting it yet i'm really hoping they decide to change that philosophy in 2018 i'm going to be certainly sending in a lot of feedback to them saying that this is how i want to interact with and watch and consume content on my device and i think for them at least for me what's happening is i'm ending up watching more stuff on hbo in amazon prime than i am on netflixing now simply because i'm going to the tv app first and i'm finding content there and watching it there and because amazon's not or because rather netflixing not part of that.

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"series a" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"series a" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"The launch of a series a view which i had not okay okay i thought it was a standalone book but i really got intrigued by the idea of doing more with these characters so ultimately i went without offer for the twobook deal so it now it will be a serious yes okay all right so now before we ran out of time 'cause i don't wanna do that let's talk specifically about the buck desert remains tell me a little bit about you know the motivation for it were the idea come from give us a little tees it out what it is earlier my television career i lived in phoenix arizona i bought a house that backed up to a mountain preserve and so it was not uncommon for friends to come hiking with me on the weekends up into the mountains and we discovered as most people do these ancient petroglyphs on the cliffs than in the caves these were works of art from the the native american tribes that that lived there you know hundreds and hundreds of years ago yeah that inspired and know what the heck i was looking at yeah turns out no one really knows what they mean symbols in the desert so i thought wow what if in a good sort of mystery i we start with a what if yeah what is if a serial killer was taking his cues from this ancient art in the desert okay and i knew that was a story i wanted to right not then i didn't get it written in i i wasn't ready to write it sorted away shorted away it wasn't until i left phoenix that actually wrote the book and so the book pairs a homicide detective with a reluctant psychic this is a guy who doesn't know if he psychic he thinks he psychic people say he psychic but he's not really sure yeah and it's sort of like a buddy novel the two of them are on a quest to find the serial killer and it takes on a life of its own okay and so now with it potentially turning into a series these guys will continue a partnership yeah oh they have the i'm working on the second book right yes we talked about that yeah so so i.

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"series a" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"series a" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"It's not the right answer i dunno yeah it was fun when you're you're is your favorite part writing directing or editing a well i like mine definitely my favorite part is writing uh that i feel like the most leg i dunno like stimulated and then editing i would say is a close second a real i really enjoy i mean because it's like writing it's like you're just trying to make things better and you can manipulate it and it's very intimate and you're just with the theme and and then directing is is fine win win win everybody's like yeah when it's the right amount sick but i'm the covers like if somebody's not doing what you know if there's like yeah i just wanna like go lie on my bed and legs sinai so yeah that that is more fraught but i inge i do enjoy it and it's fun to be with people and making something and and yeah so what was your approach i no you work with the same career creative team cinematographer in production zainir from enlighten i don't know if in the mud and rubble tv series a hobby and richard now with their approach visually how do you what was your guy's approach this movie to to figure out how roofs gonna look on wool enlighten him a little bit more studio like uh i and i just felt like this one i i i 'cause i wrote it i like my goal 'cause i knew there is a ton of voiceover but then the scenes themselves i tried to write them the most a naturalistic as more naturalistic than even other stuff i've done rages was like i just wanted to feel written just wanted to feel very lake yeah late casual and and re and real and so i wanted the movie to look more yeah just kind of um have a little energy but but to be a little more uh so not so not so artificial so try to make it feel natural by making it more handheld and kind of uh in that in that vein and then as far as the s the fantasies would be a little bit more you know style as get.

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"series a" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"series a" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Get better and and uh and was in got practice time or scrimmage time really really look forward to that especially spring ball got to compete more i thought the got a little bit of playing time as a south more and then and then as a junior and i had the real shut copy for the starting job and then as you said got hurt and to that season that really made me appreciate playing and be and all the practice just i mean i love practice practicing after that because it get taken away by the injury i think that helped me focus on everything that was important and not at the things said that were in importance that makes sense but just a little think people say or through worrying about thing just play it would give me a greater appreciation was able to play for molest to my fourth and fifth year i started his this quickly interject when jim went to university mission course had coached here and i'm over it done kalamazoo in spring game jim was talking about i mean i would come home and look at the foam after of scrimmage in spring and will look at the phone and just pray that it rings than its jim and can tell me all about it i'd pick up the phone hill this is jim how did go today in in his first year and a half here's how it went well i i through ball nine times i completed five uh what i did have one interception and atta and at and had a touchdown pass and i never really thought much about it i saw that's good good things in their hang the next scream aged the same thing it took about a year and a half and here's what happened and i cross my heart raise my hand about a year and a half later be spring practice a forward ring the same way one ring we'll article well we had four series a we scored two touchdowns and a field goal and uh and i thought i did an excellent job of get giving everybody in the right place and doing the right thing.

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"series a" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"series a" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Where in vet there was a resentment of investors taking advantage of founders i never felt that too much when we were coming up but i guess there was some period of i hear some to some people say oh you're on the dark side like i don't know why people say that but weird i find it weird i don't feel like i'm on the dark side i think it is as historically the program had a bad experience with investors so you know everything's always topdown organisations it because he might have had a bad experience with investors were seen some early bad behaviour he always wanted to distant power or neuter any possibility that the investors which drew with weisi companies which i think i and they understand he had good tent write it just got taken to a a level of manipulation and trying of trickery right that just felt in authentic and silly it doesn't it doesn't create the alignment what do you think about governance so you're putting in larger checks now and you sometimes user convertible notes but i mean when you start putting these kind of checks would probably wanna know what the share prices and it able to buy it so we are here we're not doing convertible notes but for governance it is an interesting the limo we were talking a little bit about uber previously end so freestyles philosophy is at least within the seed stage if it's hard for me as an investor to necessarily but heads with the founder because i'm not going to take over the business a i have his seed position in it so our philosophy is we must align our incentives with the founder in um in so we're we don't have a lot of lake board governance at the sea level it typically we kind of just push that to the series aaa and then for most all series a term sheets in the series investor comes in with uh with a board seat so that's kind of our laws out and get off the converter you will note nadia praise we do chris surround because we've had we've had some challenges previously with the safe legal just explain one thing that happened is zero two founders.

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"series a" Discussed on This Week in Startups - Audio

This Week in Startups - Audio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"series a" Discussed on This Week in Startups - Audio

"Then arison has a unique view on this which is while most people and even my south have said hey seven out of ten sarah salad at tannu gonna make it off the bulk of your wins benz possess it position has always been hey why don't you try to beat that average i think this is a great great place to start let's talk about ban your track record how many companies have invested in how many have made it to that series a and why is making it to a series a after an early stage investment such a chip in such an important milestone and what to the program thank you so you know i'm a little behind you i've only got three unicorns now and really upset because i i was really proud of the three like have done already unprecedented have three two let's be honest that put you in the top20 did one hundred and sixty investment 100 i only did eighty so what brought the action on a per capita at saint rights already there but then again my six came in the first hundred investments but and we will put all these statistics aside because we're basically both proof points that investing methodically a with a theory could increase the number of unicorns per hundred i mean the biggest challenge i see an age i always considered myself an institutional seed investor i've made one investment that i consider an angel investment in my life and that was the very first one i made about eleven years ago and i didn't like being an angel in the sense that i didn't like being a passive investor who put a tiny tiny csak in and so i took the approach of not that my checks or that much bigger but just treating it as an institutional process and so part of that was that.

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"series a" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"series a" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"I mean that's been may obsessional thing it's already done it does actually not all if done that is wrong that has been may obsession and um has really taken over 'em the company's time i mean that's what we're doing i think a lot of companies are out there and building like tech media platforms to sell their products and m investing in marketing and we've really gone into this bunker m you know i think in twenty eight teen is when all really be able to rounding out the series b sir spending money on marketing um and going about business in that way but this first round was really used for a just want to find the best up on earth and make sure that it's safe and in that we can scale and you have an investor base that supportive of as your typical you hero at what was it you've got to bring the prices though what we gotta no maybe dilute this stuff of little now i have an incredible investor m in the series a who had an experience with then juice and um really understood the quality understood the brown and he has been so supportive in in going for that's great yeah and in the growth of the company was there one moment where i mean it's blown up but like was it is it just been an organic climb or were there were there are things that happened were suddenly things like got crazy because of i mean i know you've had movie stars come in and give photographed eating or drinking your stuff amine how did that go in terms of getting the word out there and kind of growing your brand in creating awareness.

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"series a" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"series a" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"That that the number the world is a large place there's so many companies doing so many things and there's just a limited supply capital if there is a lot of capital in aggregate but when you compare uh the the supply capital still a lot less than an for um by under folder thousand people so tonight we're gonna talk specifically about how to raise their series i am be but to get us like a a topless contextualize what that even meetings there was an idea of what the spectrum as you know going from angel investing all the way to ipr in or selling your company what's that whole spectrum mark at what look at what stage should entrepreneur be thinking about each and we're specifically those the series a and b specifically fall short vote at the law appar long answer to that question i'll drive a give a a shorter answer but typically will see that company got started in the read the angel you can have an idea you're yourself on the air raising angel capital from friends and family you're rich uncle proverbial rich uncle that's going to fund the first few hundred thousand dollars and that just to get the idea up and incorporate get the idea going maybe come up with a plan maybe you start to get a prototype depending if you're a consumer or another price company you may be able to launch a product the market just with that uh if not you get far enough along were you'd raise a more traditional seed round the capital in that might be from people that are investing just because they know you um it's people that may not know you and i think there's merit to that idea and with that seek capital really it's about a thesis right you have a thesis around the particular market uh or an opportunity nazi capital should be the prove out that early he says to get product market fit.

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"series a" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"series a" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"Trying to raise the serious capital needed to turn your idea into a global company and the process is daunting and complex to say the least from identifying sophisticated institutional investors actually willing to back your pitch to the initial seat capital phased all the way through series a b and c funding thankfully brian hersh is here to simplify your entrepreneurial endeavoured the cofounder and managing partner of tribeca venture partners a venture capital firm focused almost exclusively on startups brian is an expert at raising early stage funding for emerging business i think the robot because as much firm for than our role as investors if you look at society general much of innovation that happens society comes from entrepeneurs if you look at the economic growth of the united states for example almost all of their gdp growth of last thirty to forty years of combat from venture backed companies took me think about all most of the largest companies leave the us today there technology company is in paul those were venture backed it lumped win on and so i think there's really create the future at wickets mix i did feel the back those people and help them fulfil their vision and our role is really does to be a facilitator in this conversation brian reveals practical tools gleaned from his years of experience helping to build world class companies brian's insights are what any entrepreneur aiming to secure investments in the early stages of their business needs to know please enjoy our conversation with brian her.

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"series a" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"series a" Discussed on TechStuff

"Here's the problem series aaa is way more competitive siri's a investors are far more cautious when they're looking around at properties they might invest in so it's very easy to get that initial investment and you might stick around for a year or so but then trying to get a series aaa round is much more difficult so there are a lot of companies that get started the have a promising beginning lake they get a lot of interest right out of the gate but they are not able to sell themselves to investors at a later date and thus they end up going away there are countless numbers of startups that could have been huge if they had secured a series a round now there are a lot of people who say that this is not a bad thing it means that there's kind of a a quality control but it comes after you've already reached the point of launching a company so from the person who launched the company from their perspective it's really kind of darken scary you don't know if you're going to be able to get that next round of funding keep your business alive and scale it up to the size you wanted to be but from an investment point of view you might say well this is a good thing because it cuts down on all the companies that would have continued on for years and years and years without ever turning a prophet and some people would say that soundcloud falls into that category of a company that has gathered more investment money than perhaps it was warranted that perhaps it would have been better to see soundcloud.

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"series a" Discussed on African Tech Round-up

African Tech Round-up

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"series a" Discussed on African Tech Round-up

"And of course providing the right mix of local relevance and global potential i think is being key i mean despite what i said earlier i mean some studies pointing to legos continuing to be one of the most valuable if not the most valuable take ecosystems on continent still the it has its critics as far as prospects not having sufficient sort of a pick ability upscale ability in the global context the efforts in the unit you know proving that you can not only be totally relevant to a local market sorts in the mind set up promoted by the likes of jason enjoy who but you can also while you you don't prove up a business case and and actually make money on the way to proving it at right dan legos so in nigeria to start you can be chest as as promising a prospect for the for the global market no doubt this investment pointing to that fact yep and let's do the right thing and support them red so that's part of what we need to do as the take an entrepreneur community flood wave main solution so do the rag in guys let us support uh we're going east african next the traditionally middle eastern focused venture capsule invest a warmed capital has made its first investment in east africa they have led at ten point three million dollar debt equity series a around in twitter foods now the era global enabled supply platform for retail outlets marketstalls you know kiosks and that kind of thing in kenya.

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"series a" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"series a" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"If you were just going credits to credits with this in life thirty better film other huge these opening credits knock every other big movie out of the water they are they're literally you're going for cargo a cargo hold everybody's name is on boxes and boards boxes are being yeah clipboards invoices ingenious loved it i actually truly loved that i love it and then the end the kinda got a little bit more has easy at this kind of like a computer on wall with it so unclearly noted you graphic design at all they put it on the boxes tzippi five yeah so that i mean it just goes on forever it was i i really just one of the car the genius of that i i'd legitimately did not going that was actually a great credit and then that's where that ended the movie posters on the wall in the room with a jew girl those are other his visa yeah now i couldn't figure that out at all now i have a question for you apply partner the answer that this is a sequel this is a second movie in a series correct well it's a loosely defined series by series a malibu express well from what i understand he put all these movies in a collection called i want to get it right hold on its it's like okay bullets bombs and babes and they also fit in another series called lethal l e t h a elegant means something ladies.

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"series a" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"series a" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Two that was the khartoum now it seems that there is in development allies action jetson series a can we just stop it right here in just say that this is not gonna work the whole premise of the jensen's was about theorized in what the future would seem like with appliances and so forth how that we keep breaking down our vision of the future how we could put like a pill into who a box which we now call a microwave and will turn off the sudden into a seven course meal which would feed twelve people this work is an actual tv show how do i know many times would you try to transpose a cartoon into a liveaction feature it just doesn't translate for example i speed racer lots of cartoon hated the movie and if you try to put steve speed racer into a liveaction television series it would fail all the same in also we don't have any connection to the jetsons anymore when we don't have kids who have grown up watching the jetsons like when i was growing up a win you were growing up there is no audience there who even understands the jetsons these are things that are just stock want to work but they can develop it and then after fails you come back and say mo while you're right that's the first thing yesterday we talked about how creed was not really a rocky sequel it had rocky in it but the creed story line was all about the son of apollo creed and his attempt to find his way as a boxer and if you listen to the music in the movie it had some of the musical motifs of rocky put a wasn't exactly like rocky.

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"series a" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"series a" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"But but solve a key pain points in dumb and do so in the way there's never been done before her absolutely unsew missionary inflation and getting motivating people to believe in you and the there's the people that you hire orders is cofounders of people you hire and there's people who provide you with capital so when you kind of think about at the different phase of a life cycle from varying from an idea all the way through on building out the team can you tell us like your perspective on my out how should somebody think about it fundraising at the very beginning when it's at this angel stage and then when do you believe as the transition so you're thinking about series a ambience okay so i there's no one answer for for every company but in general the we're strong believers in net there is a cadence to fundraising ride there is a certain way or amount to raise when you're just starting there's just an idea and you had and you know the really the people that know you would invest in new or or absolutely fall in love with even just a concept before you've done anything does your best early investors right the best friends and family name and and people that will write small checks to get you going this assumes you're not a wellknown entrepreneur where everybody just wants to back you again from that point forward you know you you gotta figure out what the right amount of money to raises at what stage and part of that is how long will the capitol get you with cushion so that you can raise that next round having hit some important milestones prior to raising money raising of running out of money excluding.

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