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Tracking the Trends: AI, WebRTC, Crypto, and Full Stack Startups

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08:34 min | Last month

Tracking the Trends: AI, WebRTC, Crypto, and Full Stack Startups

"Today's episode is a conversation about four big trends in the tech world. Any one of these trends would be notable on its own, but we cover all four in this hallway style chat as a sixteen z general partner Chris and talks with Sept. Campfire professor of media, arts, and sciences at MIT, and now co founder of cryptocurrency platforms, Selo and Eli Gill an investor in the CO founder of Health Technology, company color genomics, and formerly at twitter and Google. This is a wide ranging survey of some of the major shifts in technology right now but it's really a Meta story of how innovation happens, which is most definitely not in a straight line. So here, the translate cover Crypto, of course, a and machine learning including GP three. You can also listen to our explainer episode on what type and what's real there on our show sixteen minutes full stack startups, which Chris I wrote about in two thousand, Fourteen and collaborative web collaborative enterprise social including RTC or real time communication within the browser, which is where the conversation begins the first voice. You'll hear his Chris followed by talking about Web RTC and then set wants the conversation turns to Crypto. So it's a lot I. You and I have been talking about this in a negative excited about it. This kind of this feeling that there's a new stack of web infrastructure things like video audio. Collaborative Video Nadia rather who's having infrastructure now that it works in a way that it hadn't in the past and that's a mocking a whole new way of interesting applications people are always looking for the next platform and what the next big platform shift is and I think I kind of May have snuck up on all of us in the form of Web RTC Web Gio and then related. API. Companies providing sound or other things that have been built on top of by. Many other companies and I think the shifted substantiate itself in two different ways and almost call it the collaborative web and then separately the collaborative enterprise and if you look back ten years, people kept talking about during the first social way everybody talking about how there's going to be a social enterprise and how every SASS product was going to be more social and collaborative in that largely failed and it feels like that shift is finally happening in part due to things like what? You see fig for example, is the first really strong example of a Web jail enabled application along you to collaborate in real time with other people. In parallel with RTC is really allowing for really interesting concurrent sessions around video and tell you starting to see that in terms of a lot of products being built around virtual office rooms, virtual conference rooms, and I really do think this is the moment where collaboration is finally being built into the enterprise world and enterprise products, and then in parallel Web Jalen. Web RTC really seem to be enabling really interesting social experiments right now in terms of new social products, you have really amazing video and audio quality. So the time lag has gone who can do things that clubhouse. There's lots of interesting video experimentation. So you can see almost like degraded forms of your other things happening in browser or so I think now is a really exciting time of innovation around this new webstock. Point sneaking up on us, we've obviously had the ability to have conference calls group audio for decades. Right. But like a club house fact that there's so low latency and you've got like the visual representation of the room means that to me it's like if you remember the old days in the conference calls, Hey, always have people talking over each other partly because of whatever thrown is remarkable how the conversation switches from person to person. The latency I mean we both houses. This was zoom right like the fact that he doesn't stutter. The fact that very rarely does. It somehow Kinda Crossover. This point of good enough where finally hitting the point our in terms of video quality and the ability to stream concurrently across multiple users in terms of audio quality were hitting that point where the web infrastructure is really supporting the ability to have extra latency. A new platform excited at the examples. But when you say platform you that means you did they'll be thousands of examples. Are you think it's GonNa? Be a whole new wave that goes? By ten years. I think like any a quote unquote platform they're going to be a handful of things that really matter. That will really be the important things on it, and then a lot of things will be experiments that fail or don't work and I don't know ten years from now, what's going to be the main setup applications? I just think it is a shift that enables a bunch of applications to be built particularly the social or collaborative enterprise. One example that I think is worth noting in terms of what's coming due to see is it's quite possible that if you. Look at virtual reality or Vr the predominant use case in the near term mackey shift to the Rouser, and so I think right now in order to experience the are you need a headset you need some cases client software etcetera in. So there's more obstacles in hurdles to be able to participate and I think one of the things I found really interesting about where to seeing what jail is the ability to suddenly create like experiences where you just drop it. Can show up and so the big question in my mind is is oculus almost like the desktop computer versus mobile devices where the desktop really helps you do powerful tests, but you can do a lot on your phone and it's sort of the mainstream use case for most of the Internet today so I think that's another thing that we'll see if it happens or doesn't happen over the next decade, but that may be one interesting long-term trend to watch relative to web RTC. In. Jail. crypto rolling all involved in this allowed, you invest in Crypto Zapped new coupons company Selo in Crypto Abbasi's been my time besting. tells. A little about why you're excited about it in the second ring on. So I'll start off with general principle that I think is true for all of the technologies that we're talking about. There are certain class of technologies that increase the expressive range of a certain medium and when you increase the expressive range of a medium. Things pop up that were not possible before because you now are playing in the new design space. The historical example that I always love to point to is in the eighteen hundreds. The invention of the metal feral in painting is the little piece between the paintbrush and the paintbrush handle and collapsible easel. Those two things together allowed people to a brave paintings outside and be start to paint with a new breastroke that them too quickly DAB, paint onto the canvas in those two. Ended up, giving rise to form of painting that we now know as impressionism, and still it's interesting to think about impressionism was a result of technological advances painting and you see that same thing with the web and the Internet in general there were technological advances in the medium of text and so all of a sudden people could send texts more quickly anybody could be a broadcaster you start putting texts together with code to create different things in that vastly increased the expressive range of texts in a way that led to all of these things that you could not predict in advance. So for example, in ninety, four, ninety, five, when the web was starting to become popular, one could not imagine that. Will one day I'll be able to press the button and order my groceries on this and have my groceries come to me. You know and so I think those are really interesting from A. Technological point of view. Why I'm excited about Crypto is that Crypto does this for money? It increases the expressive range of the technology that we know is money, and that I think we'll follow very similar to the Internet you know at the beginning of the Internet. You saw allow people to pass messages. More quickly to one another across the distance in a way that was just qualitatively different than facts, and that is the first thing that you started seeing with Crypto it has direct implications to things like remittances or making the UNE banked. But then on top of that, the second implication of the web was that anybody could become a broadcaster with youtube anybody could have their own TV station and in the context of Crypto, you have the same democratization in financial services. So you see this kind of rise in decentralized finance open finance. And third is most exciting as it allows money to become programmable in the same way that the Internet allow text to become programmable and that I think, I mean we're seeing some early things today but that's I think the aspect that we're still the earliest and it has the most legs and is the most powerful and the most difficult to predict the stage. Since we're in such an early phase

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What's Hype, What's Real on the Latest in AI

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05:36 min | 4 months ago

What's Hype, What's Real on the Latest in AI

"Hi Everyone. Welcome to this week's. Sixteen minutes I'm zonal your host, and this is our show where we talk about the headlines what's in the news and where we are on the long arc of tech trends were back from our holiday break, and so this we're covering all the reasons and ongoing as around the topic, of GP, three, the natural language processing based text predictor from the San. Francisco Research and Development Company opened ai the actually released their paper on. GPT three in late May. But only released their broader commercial API a couple of weeks ago. So we're seeing a lot of excitement and activity around that in particular although it's all being called GP T. Three. So we're going to do one of our explainer episodes of the two x explainer. Going into what it really is how it works why it matters broader implications and questions while teasing apart, what type, what's real as is the premise of the show but before I introduce our expert, let me just quickly summarize some of the highlights. So while Gpt, three is technically a text predictor that actually reduces what's possible because of course, words and software are simply coding of Human Thought to borrow a phrase from. Chris. Dickson which means a lot more things are possible. So we're seeing a note these are all cherry picked examples believable forum pose comments, press releases poetry. screenplays, articles somebody who wrote an entire article headlined open is GP Three may be the biggest thing since bitcoin and then revealed midway that he didn't actually write the article but that gpt three did we're also seeing strategy documents like for business CEO's and advice written entirely gpt three and not just words. But we're seeing people design using words to write code for designing websites and other designs. Someone even built a plugin again, all of it showing the Trans mutability of thoughts to words to code to design and so on, and then someone made a search engine that can return. Answers and you are ells in response to quote ask me anything which has anyone who's been in NLP space knows I was at park when we spun off powers that back in the day, and that's always been sort of a holy grail of question answering which you know all about to having worked in this world frank on thou let me introduce you are expert in this episode Frank Chances written a lot about ai including a primer on ai deep learning and machine learning a pulse check on ai what's working what's not a micro site with resources for how to Get started practically and do something with your own product and your own company, and then reflecting on jobs and humanity and working together. You can find all of that on our website frank to start things off. What's your favorite example of gpt three so far mine is founding principles for a religion written and gpt three. I'd love to hear your favorite and also your quick take on the excitement to start us off before we dig a bit deeper favorite out of the whole thing is it's doing arithmetic. So Ascot, what's twenty-three plus sixty seven like just arbitrary two digit arithmetic. This is a natural language processing. Model and so basically, it got trained by feeding it lots and lots of text and out of that, it's figuring out we think how to do arithmetic, which is very, very surprising because you don't think that exists in texts the excitement. Potentially is promising signs of progress towards general artificial intelligence. So today if you want to do very, highly accurate. natural language processing, you build a bespoke model. You have your own custom architecture you feed it a ton of data. What gpt three shows is that they train this model once and then they throw at a whole bunch of natural language processing tasks like fill in the blank or inference or translation, and without retraining it at all. They're getting really good results compared to finely tuned models. Before we even though into teasing apart, what type what's real? Let's first talk about the it what is GP three? So we have two things one, we have a machine learning model cpt is actually an acronym stands for generative pre trained transformer will go through all those insect. But thing one is we have a P- retrained machine learning model that's optimized to do a wide variety of natural language processing tasks like reading a wikipedia article and answering questions from it or guessing what the ending of a story should be or so on insulin. So we have a machine learning model. The thing that people are playing with a Pi that allows developers to essentially ask questions. Of that model. So instead of giving you the model and you program it to do what you want, they're giving you selective access via the API one of the reasons they're doing this is that most people don't have the compute infrastructure to even train the model there's been estimates that if you wanted to train the model from scratch, it costs something like five to ten million dollars of cloud compute time. That's a big big model and say like they don't give out the model and then to the controversy around this thing when they released the first version was they were worried that if they just gave the model out, people would do nefarious things with it like. Fake News articles that you would just like Saturate bomb the web than so they're like look we want to be responsible with this thing, and so we'll get access via. API. Then we know exactly who's using it and then the the I can be a bit of a throttle on what can and can't do

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Therapeutic Video Game on Trial

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05:56 min | 5 months ago

Therapeutic Video Game on Trial

"Today's episode covers the topic of Digital. Therapeutics given that earlier this month. The FDA approved its first ever prescription video game. And since this is journal, club, we go into one of the key clinical trials, underpinning this historic decision published recently in Lancet digital health by Scott Collins and colleagues, which evaluated this games ability to improve attention and kids with attention, deficit, hyperactivity, disorder, or adhd. Are Sister podcast. Sixteen minutes on the news also covered this topic debating the bigger picture. Questions of what is an isn't a digital therapeutic and where pricing and regulation comes in. You can find that episode at a Sixteen Zero Dot. com forward slash sixteen minutes. A sixteen. Biodiesel Team Partner Former MD entrepreneur. Justin Larkin joins me in this discussion where we cover the pros and cons of this video game compared to traditional pharmacological therapies. The game specifically targets the attention impairments in twelve year. Olds by having them help an Avatar navigate digital environment in the face of other distractions. We also discussed how the randomized controlled clinical trial or are. CT was designed the limitations of the study and the open questions to be addressed. Will you begin with what question this paper answers? Video game via digital therapeutic and I think this paper resoundingly answers that question of yes, a video game target, a specific mechanism of action can have advocacy to cross that threshold of being considered at their pubic, but then I think more importantly is. Can this specific video game have an impact on a child with Adhd? To the point where it could be considered a tool in the toolkit of physician, treating this patient and I would argue the resounding answer from this is certainly this is considered, both because it there's an obvious benefit, but also the risks associated with it proved to be pretty minimal. There's plenty more research to be done, but I think this does a great job at answering that in the subsequent FDA decision just went on to reinforce study further. My favorite part of the paper was getting to watch that supplemental file, showing the kids video game and see what the kid seems and being able to connect that to kind of the goals of the game. If you're to watch that video outside of. The context of knowing that this was coming from a digital therapeutic company or clinical trial. You probably wouldn't know that it was a digital therapeutic. You'd probably think it was any other game that our kids are playing these days, but I think the opportunity for digital therapeutics that creates an environment where a therapeutic can actually be enjoyable, can actually be entertaining, and the really cool thing about this program is that it learns it's able to know what the kids ability is, and then Taylor the game, and how hard it is based on how quickly they pick it up and it's always responding to that level of engagement as a kid learns to adopt those skills. If you think about nutritional therapeutic lake uphill. There's opportunity for real time iteration of the therapeutic. There's no ability to say hey. This person is responding great, so we're going to cut the sing off. This person isn't responding, so let's up titrate the dose. Where in the game there's this ability in real time to iterative on how the person's experiencing that there. Yeah. I've known kids with ADHD and some days. They have good days and some days. They have days where it's more difficult being able to have that happen. Real time seems really appropriate for this type of condition. I think it's a really great match. Between kind of underlying mechanism, underlying patient characteristics in the method of delivery of the therapeutic, so there's proof of concept evidence from previous studies. This therapeutic video game can help kids with Adhd, but this particular study really test that hypothesis with sophisticated and careful clinical trial design, so let's dig in now to some of the important details of the study, the built upon the pita studies by having truly randomized controlled trials. So this is where there's a control group women interventional group getting developed intervention, but then also importantly, all of the researchers involved were blinded to the intervention. Of Selves and the patients themselves are blinded to whether in the intervention group or not, so the control group also got a video game, and it was a word search game that it also learned was also rewarding, and also had a lot of the same kind of game design elements, but that video games doesn't target those same pathways that are issues. ADHD, an important is also used a method called the intention to treat meaning all of the people that were initially stratified into the two groups were included in a statistical analysis, regardless of whether they completed or not so really meeting at the top level criteria what it means to be a rigorous are ct for therapy. Yeah. This study is pre registered, and so the idea behind Predrag distraction. Is that you as a researcher? Lay Out exactly what you're going to do before you ever do the study how you're going to collect the data how you're going to analyze that data, and importantly you determined to be a significant outcome before you look at any of the data and that really help prevent that kind of post talk. We looked at the data. We see this as significant. Therefore, this is important. You're saying from the start. This is important and will only know if our study is successful if it meets this particular endpoint. To Study Island, importance of having got foresight in the design, but also another thing that was interesting in the study was the choice of outcome metrics traditionally adhd research. A lot of the outcomes have been focused on the number of different metrics and batteries of surveys, subjective measures to assess symptoms of adhd whereas this particular study use a measure called the Tova Api. That's Te'o via API, which is really focused on assessing objectively attention. They picked an outcome that really got out. Some of the core impairment comes along with Adhd and then a lot of circumstances is equated with some of the challenges. Kids have in the classroom and other settings.

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All about Section 230: What It Does and Doesn't Say

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05:12 min | 6 months ago

All about Section 230: What It Does and Doesn't Say

"Hi everyone welcome to this week's special episode of sixteen minutes on the news, our show where we cover the headlines from our vantage point in tech, and covered tech trends, offering analysis frameworks, explainers and more I'm sewn. All your host and today's episode is special, not just because at three times sixteen minutes long, but this is our very first time on the show now thirty two episodes in bringing on a special outside guest. Our topic is section two thirty of the Communications Decency Act, which makes sure. Sure that interactive websites are not liable for their users content as their distributors, not producers of content, and so we also cover the recent news around twitter and the president's tweets, and the subsequent Executive Order Unquote Preventing Online censorship all from this week, which is also all bang out against the broader, more profound cultural context of George Floyd. Minnesota and way beyond and this episode we do a deeper dive on the technology and Policy Aspects of platforms and content moderation, including an explainer on the evolution. Evolution of section, two thirty, and all the key nuances of the debates around it and content moderation to understand, my special guest is Mike Mas- nick, founder and editor in chief of tech dirt, which is a leading tech news and analysis website and my longtime go to source for these topics he also by the way, recently launched new section, dedicated to tech and covid coverage as well as a new form with different voices, called the greenhouse, which focuses on tricky tech topics and lots of the. The trade offs involved like privacy and so on you can find both of those at Tech. DIRT DOT COM, so that's the INTRO and why? This is a special three x episode of sixteen minutes. Let me now kick things off by asking Mike. Since the premise of the shows, the tease apart. What's hype? What's real and to break down and explain what section to thirty does and doesn't say especially since the Broader Communications Decency Act Mike has been around since one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety six. The laws actually very short and very simple and very straightforward, and I should note that the Communications Decency Act itself did have. Things that I did, but all of that was determined to be unconstitutional. So the only thing that survives is section two thirty. There was a big lawsuit ACLU versus Reno in the late nineties, and that throughout most of the communications, Decency Act is unconstitutional. The thing that remained was to thirty so what section to thirty does it really does two things, and they're somewhat related, and they're both incredibly important to the functioning of the modern Internet the first thing that it does is it puts the liability on the person actually violating the law, so if someone goes onto. Onto a website and says something that is defamatory or otherwise violates the law, the liability for that action belongs on the person who is speaking and not the platform or site that is hosting that content. The second thing that it does is that it says if a website chooses to moderate its content or anything that is put on the site. Then it is not liable for those moderation choices I'm so glad you're bringing that up because this is the number one thing I wanted to start with which is the flip side of it, not just the protection. Protection, but the fact that they can moderate whatever they want, so can you actually break down Mike? What does that mean so where it came from? Which I think is important is to give sort of the history very quickly is that there were series of lawsuits in the early nineties that tried to hold Internet services that had moderated some content, and the were defamation cases effectively brought up the most famous one is stratton oakmont versus prodigy, and as a little fun aside. Stratton oakmont was a financial firm that was immortalized in the movie The wolf of Wall. Wall Street, that's a fun fact. Yes, and Stratton. OAKMONT got upset. Because people in prodigies message boards were accusing the company of being up to no good, and so they sued prodigy, and a court said that prodigy was liable for the libellous statements, because prodigy positioned itself as a family friendly service that would moderate content, and because it moderated some content to try and take down cursing or porn anything that it felt was inappropriate that anything it left up according to the judge, it was now liable for as if it had written that content itself and that. FREAKED OUT! People in Congress namely the time to members of the House Chris Cox. A Republican and Ron Wyden a Democrat, and they put together section to thirty to say wait, that's crazy. If a website wants to moderate content to create for example, a family friendly environment, it shouldn't get sued for the content that chose not to take down. And so that section of CBA two-thirty is designed to make sure that any website can moderate content how it sees fit in good faith to present the content in a way that meets with the goals of the service

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SpaceX launch delayed to Saturday due to weather

Dave Ramsey

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

SpaceX launch delayed to Saturday due to weather

"With with the the threat of lightning is what postponed yesterday's SpaceX launch until Saturday yes and SpaceX's historic launch a crew dragon was scribe just sixteen minutes and fifty four seconds before its scheduled lift off of four thirty three local time the president and the vice president were here when that's from the current ticket travel to Kennedy Space Center to witness what everybody hoped would be a historic launch astronauts Bob Behnken and Joe Curley were already strapped into the capsule the hatch door had been closed when this scribe occurred correspondent Rachel crane

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SpaceX launch scrubbed because of bad weather

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:21 sec | 6 months ago

SpaceX launch scrubbed because of bad weather

"About NASA and SpaceX will have to wait two more days before trying to launch astronauts the first crewed spaceflight to take off from the U. S. so really nearly a decade but Neville says bad weather because yesterday's lunch to be scrubbed it was a fifty fifty chance headed into launch that the flight would be scrubbed sixteen minutes before liftoff it was called off astronauts were told they'd have to wait until

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Sixteen minutes after three o'clock on a Wednesday afternoon want to be on the show email me Richard sent eight dot com we streamline everywhere on the planet that has internet access and we also podcast all the interviews we do Santa Fe dot com voice of Santa Fe here on JT RC seven things news talk later have you ever wondered what your second goes no it doesn't just vanish it gets sorted and baled at Santa fe's very own recycling facility and then sold to interested buyers now so much food preparation at home or from take out recycling right is as important as ever remember paper drink cups styrofoam and compostable containers cannot be recycled only recycle rinse containers for your food and non soiled cardboard find tips on how to reduce reuse and become a recycling probation on line for Santa Fe county sustainability or by calling nine nine two nine eight six two hello Santa Fe this is Brenda from fix my roof are you worried about your roof don't panic get ahead of the problem and call me for free with inspection I've given hundreds of thorough and informative assessments so don't wait your roof protects everything that's important to you call me Brenda today and let's get started it's.

West Seattle bridge closure continues without enforcement

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

West Seattle bridge closure continues without enforcement

"We continue to work with the closure of the west and that the west Seattle bridge between highway ninety nine and Fauntleroy in though ever since it close we've been asked to avoid the lower bridge so that it can be used by essential services that that it's being unenforceable lot of drivers are using it anyway you could always use an alternate route like the First Avenue south bridge to help you get across the Duwamish waterway our bus routes they continued to change due to low numbers of riders so continue to check every morning to see if your normal commute has changed looking at travel times Olympia to JBLM to main gate at sixteen minutes federal way to Seattle twenty two minutes in line with the bell B. with the sixteen minute

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Find alternate routes, as the West Seattle Bridge remains closed

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

Find alternate routes, as the West Seattle Bridge remains closed

"Well as we work with the indefinite closure of the west Seattle bridge you need to find yourself a new way to get around that closure and unfortunately that lower Spokane's street bridge that is supposed to be reserved for essential travel like transit and freight in emergency responders so use the route instead like the First Avenue south bridge to help you get over the water I would like Stevens we have some road work that's taking place an eastbound two oh four is fully closed at twentieth you will be detoured around the area using both twentieth and highway nine and this work is going to be taking place until about one o'clock this afternoon take note that sounder north line service is currently suspended throughout the rest of the day and tomorrow due to a landslide in North Seattle for using charter buses to help you get through there and some current travel times when went to Seattle or limited value at sixteen minutes south center to Bellevue fourteen minutes federal way to Seattle twenty two minute

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Seattle: Vandalism at Beacon Hill Light Rail Station to delay Link trains until Thursday

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:20 sec | 10 months ago

Seattle: Vandalism at Beacon Hill Light Rail Station to delay Link trains until Thursday

"Delays on sound transit's link light rail this morning because of some vandalism at the beacon hill station some tribes this as someone entered a tunnel Monday the opened a stand pipe valves flooded critical electrical components and disable the emergency ventilation fan today commuters can expect one train every sixteen minutes sound transit hopes to fix everything by tomorrow

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"Dinner Conversations with Comedians" Week

Feedback with EarBuds

04:24 min | 10 months ago

"Dinner Conversations with Comedians" Week

"This week's theme is dinner conversations with Comedians. The curator's are Andrew Steven and Dan odd hoot. What a hoot. Here's why Andrew and Dan chose this theme. What does the food you eat? Say about you. Have you ever been surprised about something you found in your friends? Fridge does the ratio of takeout containers to homemade meals. Say something about who you are. There might be more truth to the saying. You are what you eat than we ever thought before. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Dan. Andrew. Monday's episode comes to us from green eggs and Dan and is called Ego Modine. It's sixty five minutes long in this episode ego. No deem from Saturday night live and Dan discussed the food habits of a certain late night. Tv show who has the best Jolliffe Rice gones are Nigerians and also what the Hell is? Joel Rice Tuesday's episode comes from dining with D. N. K. and is called Pete Holmes and Becky. Rims it's ninety seven minutes long in this episode Pete. Holmes comes on the show to talk over. Everyone and becky reams comes to the rescue to cook more food. Wednesday's episode comes from the sport full and is called Asaf Man. V is a human tour. Ducan it's twenty one minutes long. The former daily show correspondent talks food and his trip identity Indian British American. Us off man. V is not a fan of American food excess except when it provides the perfect metaphor for his own try cultural upbringing. He talks about making sense of his dueling identities his love of peanut butter and the fight he had with his father over a big gulp catch his new podcast loss at the Smithsonian from stitcher Thursday's episode comes from Doboy and is called. Pf changs to with Kula villa sack. It's one hundred sixteen minutes long in this episode. The incredible cool APP returns to the show to discuss her history with. Pf changs an American Chinese theme chain restaurants. Plus a gooey edition of snack or wack. Friday's episode comes to us from high and mighty and is called the fifth annual Thanksgiving Eve Power Hour with Nick Wider Nicole buyer and Betsy storrow. It's eighty four minutes long as you listen to this episode John Gabbert and his guests. Nick Betsy Nicole are still sleeping off their hangovers. So crack open a beer. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Dan. Andrew for this week's theme dinner conversations with Comedians. Listen and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a playlist on Pod chaser just Jason Dot Com and type in conversations with comedians into the search bar. And the playlists will be right there for your enjoyment. Join the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag comedy. Dinner is usually the section of the podcast where we share. Podcasts NEWS. From the inside podcasting newsletter. This week we're going to direct you to go to inside dot com slash podcasting to read sky. Pillsbury's right up of last Friday's PODCAST UPFRONT PRESENTATION. Which took place in La? I was there and I sent. My hot takes as well as my lukewarm takes to sky. She then wrote about them and now here. I am telling you to go read them. I was also at podcasts movement. Evolutions this past week in Los Angeles and it was a great time. There were tons of informative sessions. Fun giveaways an amazing networking opportunities. Look forward to some write ups this coming week and I'll definitely recap them in the podcast next episode and I solely pillow. Don't tell Danner jared the founders podcast movement. Were you at podcast movement. Are you listening to this? Podcast for the first time since you saw me onstage. Welcome to the Party. Now onto our sponsors. Thank you to Cyrus Media and a cast for sponsoring this week's show from Siris. You know that music isn't just background noise. It shapes your world and your life Cyrus media a network run by music fans for music fans gets this to o Cyrus creates podcasts and experiences that connect you deeply to the music that you love for shows hosted by your favorite artists to inside stories behind festivals historic concerts and the companies and communities that bring music to life visit. Oh Cyrus pod DOT COM to tune in and share the group. That's Oh S. I. R. I S. pod Dot Com and from the score. Bank robber. Diaries tells the tale of notorious criminal. Joe Loya Follow. His story from abused child to King of the heist with producer. Ben Adere in the first show from studios a original content arm and western sound. Listen wherever you got your

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The Longest Ever Pokémon Direct

Nintendo Voice Chat

03:04 min | 11 months ago

The Longest Ever Pokémon Direct

"There's a pokemon directed that's going to be twenty minutes. It's actually longest pokemon direct ever by at at least again which is yeah. It's usually I think the longest before this was like sixteen minutes. It could be wrong but some something between fifteen and nineteen and that's not twentieth that which makes this the longest. The game is out. What could there be to talk about? So historically they released like pokemon bank and compatibility ability with Pokemon bank the January after the Games in the fall. Come out so I'm assuming they're going to be talking about Pokemon home which will be the APP places on Bank which lets you store your poke them on and then transfer answer your old pokemon into the new game so you can get them on like from pokemon. Let's go and Pokemon go into POK mon home and bring them over to Pokemon sword and shield from there and we'll they change. Asia might be working on the National Dick's now probably not just wishful thing. Who knows we might get a few pokemon that aren't in the sword and shield national decks as it is right now but and we don't know and it will probably be event only pokemon like maybe we'll be getting Melton Mel metal? Maybe a couple of legendary is these are all. I'm just guessing. I have no idea but that direct correct happened this morning. If you're watching on June ninth which is a Thursday so look Jan dot com for all the information about that. I know that we will have a very expensive Expansive wiki page on Pokemon home. And how all of that works. Assuming that's what it is about but I'm assuming we might also get teaser for something else. Like detective Pichu for switch which they announced last year pokemon sleep or maybe a new. Let's go game on the magic carpet. Jumping mini game reveal reveal to. Yes I that was fun mobile game and it was fine while it lasted. But hey you already know the note and the Jews and the like Nintendo game. That just has the Polka Mona. You you can hang out with and pet. I haven't. They know that they kind of did that. With like hey. Up Cashew way back at peak achieve an work though. I mean rain rain like I believe the microphone didn't have any technology inside is just like you I would say profanity in the microphone and get really. Yeah like you said you do that. I didn't curse him. I curse them because I wanted to see you get mad and use thunderball inside side of the House. Because that's fun thing to watch I would never want actual life but yeah hey you teach you making peachy mad by cursing at it also. Speaking Pok Mon there is little bit of other news Just so you know you have sort of shield. It's coming up to the end of some certain events. Some will end on January fifteenth. So this is is your last chance at getting Max butter free. That's sounds like a candy. Bar anticancer Max. Butter free where. There's no butter and all the Max WCHS calories. That's a good deal. Yeah hope butter and Max Calories. That sounds terrible. Why would you ever want to do that to yourself but these this event is just increasing the chances for these particular gigantic? Pok Mon to show up in Max raid battles if you have nintendo switch online

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A Review of "The Rise of Skywalker"

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

08:20 min | 1 year ago

A Review of "The Rise of Skywalker"

"Welcome to the twenty minute movie review. Today's movie is the rise of skywalker in movie directed by J.J. Abrams starring Adam driver Daisy Ridley and company with a run time of about two hours and sixteen minutes. This review is certainly a very emotional one for me This is a movie. I've been waiting for for some time. It's the final chapter in the skywalker. Saga which spans over forty plus years. You know. I remember going to see my first when I was about six or seven. So you can kind of calculate how old I am from that But I gotta say without sounding cornball or cheesy. This is a very tough goodbye. There's a lot of things I'm GONNA touch on. I'm trying my best to keep Leonard Twenty minutes. This is the only one I have a lot of trouble with because I have so many thoughts We saw the movie on Thursday night a day before it opens up nationally. And and I have my awesome star. Wars Park on I have my beautiful Star Wars crocs. Yes I said that correctly star wars crocs Fox they are phenomenal but it was a Thursday showing nine fifty match three. By the way. If you haven't seen a movie that way okay. I cannot recommend that enough I max an three d together are just. It's a whole different ballgame. It's it's amazing but it's so refreshing to kind of look around around and see all these passionate star wars fans just here for that last chapter to here to say goodbye it. I'm not saying it didn't feel like a funeral. Oh it felt more like a thank you and thanks for everything. Thanks for the memories. That's the way I certainly felt and I could tell other people kind of had that same mentality -ality except for the kids sitting behind me. You know drinking talking sporadically throughout the movie. Please and I've said this a lot if you go to the movies and you feel like you're one of those people that can't shut their mouths. You can't stay off your cell phone please. Just don't go stay home like this. Movie is one that people the winning for for years and years and years and you know these kids innocent enough. We've all been there but kind god'll just stay home. I mean I'm tickets are not cheap to begin with and to. There's so many people there because they there to say goodbye to this the skywalker Guy Walker. Saga they're there to say goodbye to this franchise. It's been their life. I mentioned my case forty plus years for so many years and for someone to think think they can destroy that and take that apart that bothers me. There was a few other issues in the theater. Not near me. It's like a re stuff online about people being on their cell L. Phone and of course there's absolute eight holes that on facebook wherever that loved to ruin movies and post spoilers and it's just I don't okay people like there's people that just seemingly loved destroying your joy that extends outside of movies as well and it's like you know go f yourself like you're not here I mean it's just it's a very sick mentality to have it really truly is and long story short they completely destroy the movie for us. I I you know you'll hear from I review what I think of the movie but I don't know I'll never understand people that go to theaters and maybe it's subconsciously so you don't realize they're absolutely destroying movie even when you're like innocently talking to somebody next to you. You know many times older people do this. And not realize they're talking out loud like for me the cinemas Mike Cathedral the church is Mike. If you dress where I go to just you know just just key decompress. It's a place of passion for me. It's a place of solitude for me I love it and for people to go there and kind of ruin that I have so many problems with but let's move on with the good stuff. Okay so the rise of skywalker emission as almost a two and two hour and twenty minute runtime and it did feel like Our saying goodbye to a friend and I don't know the movie looks phenomenal the movie itself when you sit there the movie just POPs off the screen it this so good so well put together from that point of view from just popping off the screen the way it looks it's Jj that's such a great job with that I I gotTa tell you what I loved about them. If you're right so that was one I love you. And you'll see that the force kinda takes a new level right. The powers displayed by those who have the force in this movie. Rise to a new level in that was awesome so awesome. I love the fact that the gang was all back together. That made me feel so happy to finally after all these movies. You See Paul and thin and you know ray together. It was really great C. Three Po rt to they're all Carrie Fisher to some degree to it so to see them together. And that's rewarding in itself you. You know there's some other things The Sixth Planet I thought was kind of cool. Little thing there. You'll see that when you guys go to the theater not again none of these. I don't think our spoilers or take away from the movie. Palpitation is really really scary. Gary and again you see him in the trailer. So it's not really a spoiler but Palpa Emperor Pal Patine went from a guy who is just flat out evil to now. He's it's just pretty much like the devil and I love how they did that. It was a so creative so wonderful so kind of original the way they did that. People like world. We need palpitation back in the movie. You could debate that. I love the way they did. It I thought I was worried coming into it saying. Why are they recycling? Emperor Powell between but such a great job in how they did it I WANNA say and I know people say this all the time when a great performance on three and like Oh that person she wouldn't award or that person should it'd be nominated that being said me being a hypocrite. Just now I'm GonNa tell you Adam driver in daisy Ridley both serve some type of recognition for this and I'm not talking about people saying how great I'm saying Academy Award Nomination Good. They are so good in this movie. I was not expecting it. I know they're both phenomenal actors actors. I was not expecting what I saw today. And I compare this to the last movie. I reviewed the Irishman. I know it's a completely different type of movie movie but acting is acting in these two. Were beyond any acting. I saw in the Irishman. Adam driver has taken it to another level level. He is just you know he is solid a-list at this point but his ability is is scary. Good I didn't realize he was this good. And boy support around display and boy. When you see it you will be absolutely rewarded for going to this movie? Just based on his acting alone. I love light speed skipping get being negative show a little bit of light speed skipping that is worth it so for all the reasons I just mentioned. It's one hundred percents worth seeing. And you have the phenomenal John Williams Liam soundtrack who has left us. You know we'll get Indiana Jones Star Wars. John Williams has done so much for us as a composer. You're glad it's almost like expect greatness. And he delivers every time. It's obviously his last movie. I'm doing a score for Star Wars and I love how they ended with John Williams composer her score. I love that he was so good and he has a and I noticed it because I listen to music. He has a brief cameo in the film. which is Kinda cool as bartender so beyond offer that that is John Williams? We'll notice that I noticed it because I'm a nerd It it was. It was a really kind of cool a little cameo but the music is just so good the movie itself up to this point. I can't recommend it enough. Go see it. It's just so oh good and if you if you're like me if you've grown up with this you have a legitimate passion. You have a legitimate love for this franchise absolutely to go see it because what I've listed in the first ten minutes of this review is enough to warrant you going to see this.

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Jersey City shooting suspects "targeted" kosher grocery store, mayor says

This Morning with Gordon Deal

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Jersey City shooting suspects "targeted" kosher grocery store, mayor says

"In yesterday when we heard of the shooting in New Jersey we get the details it's just horrific and here's CBS is Ameri green this morning investigators are at the scene of a wild shoot out in a New Jersey neighborhood that left six people dead two men with high powered rifles took aim at police officers yesterday in Jersey city witnesses say they heard rapid gunfire for sixteen minutes straight people ran for cover schools were put on lockdown among those killed veteran police officer leaves the suspects targeted a kosher grocery store for murder don Taylor has the latest rapid gunfire turn this residential community into a combat zone usually armed officers rushed people to safety as helicopters hovered above I'm hearing a lot of gunshots unloading guns and it was really bad every single school in Jersey city was placed on lockdown turned away putting one Cabrera which is worse the incident started at a cemetery police spotted two people they thought looked suspicious and engage them an officer was shot at that scene and died at the hospital he was identified as detective Joe seals a married father of five suspects fled and barricaded themselves inside a grocery store hours of gunfire would leave five more people dead three civilians and the two suspects in addition to the officer killed at least two officers were injured in a shootout Jersey city police chief Mike Kelly once a stain day jury to the shoulder sustained and other injuries officials say there's no indication of terrorism at this time authorities say they found an explosive device in the U. haul rental van the shooters were using a bomb squad is now investigating that device don dealer CBS news

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on American History Tellers

"And was often used as an emergency morgue enlarge disasters. These friends and family in their grief knew where to go because one thousand nine hundred four. The ferry boats slocum had caught fire and sank killing over a thousand people. The bodies were brought to charities pier and soon after it was re christened misery lane on this night around midnight the gates to the Peer Swung. Open those waiting filed in weeping peering into the boxes of the dead looking for a distinguishing feature that might prove to be someone's sister aunt or daughter a specific piece of jewelry. One young woman who was identified by the fillings in her teeth or or for the male workers perhaps their shoes one man Sarafina multi user identified the body of one of his daughters but then another and when he identified. NFL His wife. He fainted all three. Women have been working at triangle when the fire broke out Claire Lamb came to misery lane as well the young agitator whose his passionate speech ignited a general strike. Just two years ago now fought back tears as she walked past the boxes and boxes of corpses. She was looking for for a cousin who worked at triangle. But Clark's cousin would not be among the dead for four days. Misery Lane remained open. Police did their best to discourage ghoulish thrill seekers and pickpockets joining the lines. But there were just too many possible. Also that along with the thieves city officials might also have been light-fingered fingered. The mother of Antonia Colletti filed a complaint with the Coroner's office stating that her daughter's body was robbed of one thousand six hundred dollars. Kip Sewn the Hem of her skirt. Six years of earnings..

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on American History Tellers

"Room. Dining lipchitz kept a clear head. She needed to alert management on the tenth floor but instead of using using the telephone she reached for a brand new piece of technology. The Telegraph machine like a turn of the century fax machine. The teller autograph was wired fired from floor to floor allowed the center to write a brief message with pen or a pad of paper. The message would be simultaneously. Transcribed two floors up onto another pad of paper affer with a mechanized pen. In an extreme situation. lipchitz reached for the newest technology. She wrote fire with her pen and then she waited. Aidid was around four forty two PM across the room Bernstein would later describe how the fire seemed to jump. The burning cotton patterns fell one by one from their wires. Sending light scraps of fiery fabric floating across the room smoke billowed into the air increasing the pressure on the floor into one by one. The the windows began to shatter. Men swatted at the flames with their jackets. But it was no use when the windows broke air rushed in sending more fragments of burning fabric floating around the room and igniting. Whatever they happen to touch someone dragged in a fire hose from the stairwell but when Bernstein shouted for the host to be turned on and nothing came out there was no pressure to carry the water down from the rooftop tanks? Within thirty seconds the Green Street Stairwell was completely blocked by a wall. Aflame Bernstein washed horror as a buttonhole. Machinist desperately tried to swap out the fire raising his pants then his jacket finally lightings hair. You're on fire. Bernstein shouted for everyone to head to the west side of the room towards the Washington place stairs and the two passenger elevators. It was now four forty five five. PM Dina Lipchitz had waited long enough. She picked up the phone and frantically dialed the tenth floor. The switchboard operator Mary Alter answered livshits livshits shouted fire into the receiver and then promptly the line went dead at alter even heard her Lipchitz. Tried to call the ninth floor. But she couldn't get get an answer. Maybe she warned the tenth floor..

Qantas tests world's longest commercial flight from New York to Sydney

Masters in Business

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Qantas tests world's longest commercial flight from New York to Sydney

"Australia's Qantas completed the first nonstop commercial flight from New York to Sydney the flight help to assess the effects of ultra long flights on crew fatigue and passenger jet lag the Boeing seven eighty seven Dreamliner touch down in Sydney early Sunday after a flood of nineteen hours and sixteen minutes the world's

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GameStop Employee Weighs in on Drastic Store Redesign

Beyond!

04:58 min | 1 year ago

GameStop Employee Weighs in on Drastic Store Redesign

"Did get as we asked for any game stop employees who want to write in with author experience obviously with the redesign everything happening in anonymous game. Stop employees did right into beyond Jim Dot com and I want to read their comment because I really appreciate their input yet by the way that's so great. Thank you for doing that like you know it's it's surely not the most comfortable thing in the world kind of all of that information out there and yet eh yeah we super appreciate an of course want to respect your and the nitty so I will just say the comment that they wrote in. I just wanted to give my perspective surrounding the discussion this week's episode beyond I've been with the company for nearly nine years now and I've been around for many of the ups and downs along the way the upcoming changes to stores are exciting to me being a store leader that takes pride in their their stores customer service this initiative to bring back a sense of community a smart move on the company's part with the general public's growing disdain for game stop over the years. It is refreshing to change focus focus from the products we sell to the community build Brian's example from episode is the exact reason I love what I do. Casual conversations about games are my favorite part of the job as as well sharing my passion for games with others so they might learn to love them the way I do. The declined game stop has almost become a self-fulfilling prophecy at this point much like the fall toys R. US so many people want to close but so few people talk about the experiences that are had within brick and mortar stores again like Brian's antidote. We need more of that unless the tired of five centrating jokes hopefully this insight is helpful in some way and I'd love to elaborate further they said and they did wonderfully keep up the great work because look to each episode every week so yeah I just WanNa during that in it's amazing to have that perspective. Obviously we don't anyone who currently does not work at game stop but it's definitely something that I know. Our audience has a very vested interest interest in because a lot of people have had good experiences. Obviously it's very easy to be callous and say yeah they should close but yet those grade yeah it's also I think that we we have a tendency to complete our hatred for that store with the hatred of Google and pretty much every retail shopping experience right. I mean we're we're so conditioned to have things instantly delivered within hours at this point that I've had bad retail experiences at the grocery store and that's the place that I'm not gonNA stop going to or going going to close or something like that. It just happens everywhere actually went to a game stop this morning. two days before closing permanently on market street in San Francisco we talked about in the last episode to to pick up my Switzerland and I was thinking like you know like I have been coming to the store periodically throughout the years and I'm going to have you know we'll have some nostalgia for that and I was thinking of putting together like a sap post for why it meant something to me but then a guy wearing Christmas pajamas cut me in line and spent like sixteen minutes buying ps Vr with like coins and I was like yeah it can be a pain in the ass give and take but had I gone John and just Kinda hang out in like buy snacks and like play video games. Maybe if they stayed open late on the night of a midnight released not only for a launch party but like if the new smash brothers is coming out get everybody to sit down spend you know charge ten bucks or fifteen bucks per head order a bunch of pizza and sodas for everybody and they can sit around playing demo versions of the game or the last game or something like that like make a launch party out of it. You know make an actual fun thing for it so I'm going to do an arcade. Hey Yeah yeah that too. Well yeah charge people to play video games and set up a retro corner where you have one of those like restaurants that can plug in thousand in different systems and ship a bunch of Retro Games at the store we have a we have a bar in San Francisco called Soda Pop penske's that has an any corner and it's got a just big box of games that you can go in the corner and just sit down and play video games night and it's like there's nothing really wonderful about that and like I'll pick up the controller and like speed run the original Mario Pass it and someone also play Contra or something like I think nick our generation as the older we get we want immediate accessibility to stuff like that and maybe some people don't want to buy a switch or ps four and they just want to go and play video video game for ten minutes and have a good time with it and I think that's a great opportunity for that. I also just want to add that like as someone we all work in in what is now known as specialist media and I think that you're saying it's a self fulfilling prophecy emphasizing the years you've heard or against ops like going down the toilet and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah we hear that a lot as well like I is just trash Ville Romao. You know what I mean like. It's I just find it really a wonderful that I don't know that you still have face in store in the chain and the brand because like that's something that we have to have as well otherwise we would not be here yeah and yeah. I just think it's really awesome that that this is an exciting thing I it seen as is an exciting thing internally and I really just wish you guys the best of

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Can find Sunday sixteen minutes after one o'clock be right back talk more about the yoga practice at two thirty today talk about CCA turning forty years old with Natalie fitzgerald in sterling Sims Meyer your clock today from Tennessee police department officer for rain John sixty minutes. we'll be coming right back to a Richard each show voice of Santa Fe here on JT RC Santa fe's news talk later. hi this is sandy price with the Santa Fe rail yard where we've had a great summer fantastic free movies in the park concerts the water tower festivals and celebrations but the fun's not over enjoy our farmers market movie set by the crown shop see some art have a meal bike take the train just be sure to join us at the rare this fall to don't miss our featured events center a mountain fest September thirteenth and fourteenth and fiesta fail as African art music celebration October twelfth both in the park for details on offense parking and more could a rare Santa Fe dot com. what if there was a job where you could let. learn. by changing the lives of the people you work with and maybe even your own with a career as a care giver at home instead senior you can help families by offering individualized care for their aging loved ones hours are flexible and training is provided hi this is can from home instead if you're interested in becoming a care giver visit a ply with home instead dot com when you think of the tea house in canyon road don't just think thi think of the whole breakfast menu think of delicious sandwiches and panini daily soups and creative salad and don't forget we're open every day for dinner featuring entrees like lasagna holidays a punk parmesan grilled salmon Italian chicken pot pie in the slow cooked dish of the day there's also a variety of scrumptious tea house dessert wine in via the tea house.

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Oprah Winfrey, Reporter And Joya discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Oprah Winfrey, Reporter And Joya discussed on Lori and Julia

"So, you know, this Oprah Winfrey. This Hollywood reporter, it covered a lot of topics. I did think I did love that. She tells the story about sixty minutes producer trying to schooler on how to say my name. Hi, my name is Oprah Winfrey. Oprah Winfrey in this is sixteen minutes. Right. And and she she said, you know, she was told that in her first television job too because as a young reporter, the family had lost their home. And my boss told me I reported it with too much emotion. I too much emotion in the story and even said my name with to emotion. So she said, I always knew that like that resonated not to pay attention to that right advice. And as she said, but even they kept telling me on sixteen flat out, your voice, there's too much emotion. And I kept trying to flatten it out and flat my personality. And I'm like that is. Is not a good thing for me. Right. That is what? The whole thing is completely ridiculous quit six minutes. This is how people say their name. It's not flat enough come cheap creek. Which what a dumb thing to Oprah because I had to take so much seven takes just on saying my navy has it was to most. That's crazy. She only did see her a couple of stories let but we don't know what he's he's quit. So in this interview, she also discussed what she watches on TV. She says only the crown I can't believe she doesn't watch Mrs Maes. But anyway, that's what she said. That's all she watches. Own shows on own Joya. That's you don't even watch anything on own anymore. I don't know. What's on

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

"So too soon. Oh too soon. So we can't talk about MJ. So how'd you feel you got in? The ring were trying to get some some grease in the gears trying to trying to get all the rust out there. Like an old transformers. How it sounded the Rice Krispies? Like in buried for twenty years in comes out. And he's like, yeah. Call optimus. I was gonna ask the question to get now that question too because I mean, I've heard I don't know this first hand because it never happened to me. I never. Put myself over, but I never had ring rust. I just just didn't happen to me. But. Last night. Obviously, she didn't either. But that is very true. I remember Jay what was your injury that? We were out at the same time. We cross paths in Birmingham, Alabama Packers by said peck. Okay. Yeah. I remember. And then I remember like you you came back in your guest. Hank was just your you have like this unending cardio incredible. Okay. Well, I'm allowed to I'm allowed to call a Spade. Jay is got this like own limited gas tank. I remember watching you come back like dang. He's not even breathing hard. And then I came back after my ACL. And I was like God. I got somebody help me. Being coming back from injury on our lung capacity is out of control. Well, Paul smack though can be underwater for sixteen minutes. Come up three times. Correct. Yeah. He could hold his breath for sixty minutes three times. Really? So if you split that divide that by three it's section on sixteen minutes. But we that got lost in translation. Smack inch. And he also snorts skittles. He snorts them like not chewed like just whole skittles skittles like Vince Neil's nor to dance yet. Did I didn't know that? That's awful. Why would you do such a thing because they're montly crew? Okay. Interesting again learning on the NC pod. That's all everybody. Does in the learning to get strapped strapped into the straps. They get strapped in new jobs. They strapped into Warren some Breyer's that wrestlemainia. Yup. Strapped in to get their ass. Smacked? Oh, I don't know. How I always says he wants to smack my ass. Oh, so a lot of stuff.

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Domino's To Offer Car Touchscreen Ordering

Dishin' Digital

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Domino's To Offer Car Touchscreen Ordering

"Go. All your favorite movies and shows faster with xfinity just speak into the voice remote to search across live TV on demand, even Netflix and prime video now, that's simple easy. Awesome. Switch to xfinity today. And get a great offer. You'll enjoy xfinity X one which gives you access your favorite streaming out. Like Netflix YouTube now prime video gotta accent dot com. Call one eight hundred xfinity or visit the store today. To learn more restrictions apply. I'm Palmer Nain with dish in digital. Sponsored by bien h New York's ultimate camera authority. You'll soon be able to order pizza through your car's touchscreen. Domino's is working with a company called zero to install its anywhere pizza app in car infotainment systems later this year. Domino says customers can order their pizza in just a few taps and can save more time by using their easy order or most recent order. There's a feature to call your local Domino's as well. The app will automatically be uploaded to millions of cars that use the Ziva platform. Customers include GM, Toyota, Lexus, and Ford, this is just the latest attempt by dominos using technology to get pizza into your hands and mouth quickly customers can also place an order using smart, speakers, smart, TV's and Twitter dish digital. I'm Palmer Nain. And there's more at WCBS eight eighty dot com slash dish in digital tonight on sixteen. Minutes sixty minutes, the centerpiece of major broadcasts on world events. Sixty minutes gives you the biggest headlines at best storytelling on TV and now on your schedule. President Trump's campaign term fake news. Russia may have played from hard news and politics two lifestyle. And pop culture. Sixty minutes gets the real story on America's most prevalent issues on the Mexican border humanitarian issue here. The sixty minutes podcast on demand. Download and subscribe at the new radio dot com. Appa wherever you listen to podcasts.

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on KCRW

"Hi, holly. Hello of. So if you're gonna take the eastbound ten from the beach to downtown Los Angeles right now would be one hour and sixteen minutes. Now, I have worded the same route on the expo line is fifty seven minutes. So sometimes save chunk of time. Your take mass transit aren't Holly. Thank you five thirty five. You're listening to the news on KCRW. From NPR news. It's all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish. And I'm Ari Shapiro. The federal government is grounding all seven thirty seven max jetliners as an investigation continues into Sunday's deadly crash in Ethiopia. It was the second crash involving the new Boeing model in five months. President Trump announced the order at the White House this afternoon after repeated assurances from Boeing and domestic carriers that the planes are safe Boeing's chief executive made that argument just yesterday in a phone call with the president the jet manufacturer has long had a direct line to the highest reaches of power here. In Washington is NPR's Scott Horsely reports. President Trump have been in office less than a month when he paid a visit to a Boeing factory in South Carolina. To celebrate the launch of a new seven eighty seven Dreamliner, and I have to say also that is one beautiful aeroplane. Parts for the long range. Dreamliner come from around the world and the planes are mostly sold overseas. Nevertheless, Trump hailed the jet as a triumph of American engineering and manufacturing may God bless the United States of America. And God bless Boeing. The president joked about his tough negotiations with Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg over a new series of military jets and new seven forty sevens to serve as Air Force One. The two met face to face at Trump Tower and Trump's Florida resort Mellon berchtold. Marketplace last month, he doesn't mind that kind of in-person arm-twisting by the president. Would it tells me is one he cares about business, and he creates open communication lines? Of course, Trump is not the first president today an interest in Boeing's business. Former President Obama was also an aggressive promoter of Boeing products, especially overseas, I'm expecting a gold.

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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New details emerge about doomed Lion Air jet that plunged into the sea

BBC World Service

03:49 min | 2 years ago

New details emerge about doomed Lion Air jet that plunged into the sea

"What's the world's first of a Boeing seven three seven. Max jets, a new aircraft? What what are the preliminary investigations all suspicions that behind this crush? Well, the early reports finding anita's transport safety their investigations are all pointing to. Nicole issues with this almost brand new plane, and as you say a very new model from a Boeing they've looked at issues in Lyon, air this budget airline in terms of maintenance and pilot training, quite quite damning reports there, but also looking at these Boeing's anti stole system, which is different in this model to previous planes that the manufacturer has put out and also looking at Cindy replaced sensor that the plane had because the plane on a previous flight from Bali Jakarta. They found had serious technical problems. They were in the log now lion air insists those problems were fixed before it took off again. But the investigation is really focusing on the technical issues with the plane and some of the families of those who have died on on that flight have launched legal action against Boeing for their. Concern over the maintenance of the type of the plane. So they are ongoing at the moment. Thank you for. The update hedge Cuba. Joining us live from Jakarta, sixteen minutes past the reminder of the top stories a couple of headlines from the BBC newsroom Turkey has reacted with anger to a threat from President Trump to quote devastate the Turkish economy if Turkish forces attack Kurdish forces after the American withdrawal from Syria and the Italian futures chancery Batista will arrive home in the coming hours off the decades on the run. Most of them is spent in South America as being extradited from Bolivia. Matthew Kenyon with the sport. Six wins in a row for new Manchester. United gonna sell share off to there. One win over Tottenham at Wembley on Sunday and the English Premier League Marcus rashes drew the goal with a standout performance in goal to preserve their lead. Leonel Messi breaks. More records shock his four hundred goal in LA Liga as pass alone. Abate Eibar three mail. Meanwhile of relief around Madrid fans a late goal from Denisa bios gave them a two one win over Real Betis which takes him back into. The top four in the table early news from the first day of the Australian Open tennis fifth-seeds Sloan Stevens, former champion Maria Sharapova seventeen times grand slam winner, Rafael Nadal and Wimbledon runner-up Kevin Anderson of all one through to the second round. But the men's nine see John is net is out and last year's champions. The Philadelphia Eagles are out of this year's NFL postseason beaten by the New Orleans Saints will play the Rams next week for a place in the Super Bowl this year. The Rams beat the Dallas Cowboys last year's runners-up. You England Patriots beat the chargers. They'll make Kansas City Chiefs. Next Sunday, I q Buffy more twenty minutes hair goal. Save is something to behold, isn't it? They were eleven saves counted in the second half in particular, and it was an stellar performance. CGI? I don't have a look at if you haven't already now, let's talk business. Asian stock. Markets are declining today on concerns about the strength of China's economy. Philip Hampshire is on the business desk with us this morning. Good morning. What's is this slowdown in China's economy? How big is it gives us some idea? We've got we've got a bunch of different pieces of information and data coming out to answer your question in terms. Nobody knows where everybody's watching the data and their little bit a little bit holding their breath as it were depending on how you want to slice and dice. The data depends on how you present it over the course of last year Chinese trade with the rest of the world is improved. It's increase your they're selling more things abroad. They're also find more

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MYfm 104.3

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Sixteen minutes. Non-south my FM. I look up and the. You take. Overcomplicate? Mario Lopez about ten minutes from diving into last night's Golden Globes. I was there on the red carpet. Got the talk to all your favorites can tell you who won big in playback all the big moments after a few more songs on my true. Good. Still need those..

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MYfm 104.3

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on The Vergecast

"There media scale is we know exactly what you're watching how many more ad dollars are there to capture is it just re no he directly addressed that question he he basically like when you sell ads aren't well targeted you can only charge a certain amount and you have to have more of them so that's why he's like the average show on turner's network sixteen minutes of advertising in an hour but once on direct tv at and t gets to have two of those minutes and they make more money off of those two minutes where they actually know everything the customer and direct adds to them than they do off the other fourteen was his claim and so he thinks that he might actually be able to quote unquote reduce the ad load they might need to have fewer like length of commercials small smaller length of commercials because these commercials will be so much more directly targeted at people the other thing is this is about advertising but it's also about netflix a little bit there is a real sense that peter kafka stevenson went round and round about like why why do you need to buy them you can just like figure out some other way to do the data for ads and that's true but i think that they also are little bit nervous not being in like direct video direct relationship with the consumer in having a vertical integration of those things all together just in case it turns out that they need it they'd rather be able to get well we're just a total independent of video provider now with hbo now and whatever direct tv does and we don't need anybody else than to have to partner in the future because that's you know i don't know phrases trying go ninety but there i think there is a real sense go ninety user can you tweet at me and i i need to be you know if you're just on the go ninety you have gone ninety recently just tweeted i just want to hear what do you to people call themselves youtubers what is it going nineties nineties yeah like old timey gold diggers.

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on WEEI

"A half minutes i'll give you over under sixteen minutes in this series sixty zero sixteen one six one six yep that's the over onto total in in how many games the series minimum would be for those over the you know what maybe maybe i'd have to give you twenty twenty minutes you think so i'll twenty minutes in four games he did he out of seven games he only played in three of them against the celtics out of seven games he only played in three of them out of four games he only played in three of them against toronto now he played a lot in the first series but he is just fallen out of favor he's not in the rotation anymore you add him he maybe they will get all hands on deck and they're going to have to play six on five if they want to have a chance to beat the golden state warriors team fourgame lives in houston it's already eight on five when you have the referees in the second half oh either the rest were terrible the whole game i thought the referee we're terrible last two if you really look at the second half of the game six and and to out the game throughout much of game seven of referees were bad i they basically their whistles in their pocket yes but there were times where the warriors could have gotten back there were so many calls that the warriors did not get in the first half when the rockets were building up that lead and then in the second half it kinda even doubt where the war the rockets weren't getting the calls it just so happened that the rockets not getting the calls came at a worse time because that was when they were losing the lead and the warriors were coming all the way back but i thought i thought the referee officiating was atrocious for both teams it was terrible terrible officially and that's not the first time in this series that the ficiating has been off eight five five three two three point eight five five three two three four sixty two scott seidenberg you're in overtime he on nbc sports radio and then bc's more drinking dot now.

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WGTK

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on WGTK

"Dennis prager show how we doing eighty eight of may t minus about the sixteen minutes to the top of the arc and president trump begins his remarks i know during whatever top of the hour news you may be about to listen to fret not because as the program resumes at roughly six minutes past the hour here i'll be mark davis filling in for dennis bringing you the president's words pretty well as they happen and will continue that through the hour we'll do some stops and starts some pauses i'll have some observations maybe you will which you may welcome at which we will welcome to may place at one eight prager seven seven six one eight prager seven seven six hey let's spend a moment cold what just happened because i think there was something well what a wonderful man what a wonderful gentlemen's i i love talking to people in west virginia my years i spent there from from the summer of nineteen seventy nine to the fall of eighty one are among the fondest of my life it was your first place that you ever work leads if you ever grow up somewhere and then go away and get a real job wherever that first place is an i guess unless it's an unmitigated disaster is something that really wraps itself around your heart forever and that's certainly the case with me i grew up in the suburbs of dc in maryland 'em got that journalism degree from the university of maryland as like okay what do i do with this thing now and i wanted to go be a radio reporter so who's gonna let me do that and among the places that were willing to do so that was nobody casey and w qb each allston west virginia so i found myself just vaulted right into coal country and i love those people and i love those communities and i love that man that gentleman did it gave us a piece of human nature that you better know happens and you better know is happening today at the polls in west virginia the logic if you want to call it that it may not be laundered let's call it a motivation he worked for don blankenship co company love the man did you hear this never missed a paycheck don't ever underestimate the value of that and now.

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MYfm 104.3

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"South facts so more music more variety sixteen minutes one zero four three fm let you push me past the breaking point forever the got in the middle of sixty minutes a nonstop music here's more music more variety with maxine nash lights down low on my.

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The top six six sponsored by american weather makers heating cooling sixteen minutes i think there's a text question in this and i don't know what it is but it's a sad story fears closing its last chicago store closed its last store in chicago she's opened its first ever storage gago ninety three years ago it will close the last department store in the city there are still some in the burbs obviously the embattled retailer informed employees at the six corner store at the edge of portage park it'll be close to mitchell i got my tires there at the sears non part of the problem here because i haven't been to sears and five year remember his kids you'd get the sears catalog and open it up and you just circle everything that you'd want for christmas from this year's catalog wish book wasn't it but it's okay to be hypocritical about this right where you said that it's going away well you're like me steve you grew up with sears i mean that was where all my before school back to school you went there to get close he mentioned stacey higgins bikes it gets a free bike in nineteen seventy this is an our fault i mean the argument is that sears could have done a better job of staying relevant in management issues last time i went to sears was four years ago when i moved in with pat because all of his hand towels didn't match and it was job me crazy so there was a sears in lincoln square area and i ran over there and just bought a bunch of white hand towels so i could purge the mismatched situations.

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"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Jason fitz at spain and fitz on espn radio and the espn app yeah that nevada win eighty seven eighty three over texas in overtime nevada did not lead for a second of that game until the overtime session also murray state follows to west virginia pretty handling west virginia eightyfive murray state sixty eight we're also hoping to talk about huggins but i was i was watching the sort of deadspin twitter today talking about the length of the last minute events aa games and this of course happened because of the marshall game the last minute of the marshall game took what was it sixteen minutes something like that for one minute of play and it had me thinking about last night you had mentioned that the end of your lengthy marathon when you just wanted to get the you know what out of there you got stuck with the final game being one that had like a half hour final minute well because michigan couldn't hit a free throw last night so became evident late in the game there's i k we're just gonna foul them and slow the game down and force them to the line repeatedly there were a lot of great people on the show that i was involved in yesterday but one of the might fos was one of the people that helped plan it and when we reach into the night and it was just me and statman who'd mail it in for the last four hours of the show and sleeping few times fos came in and sat down and it's like you know what i wanna make sure you're not here alone we'll do this together and by the last thirty minutes he was yelling adamantly at the television i just need this game to end i think there's sort of that feeling especially when these games get to like eight ten points you know that there's clearly one team that looks better than the other and you've just gotta suffer through it i mean i get it's part of the game but it is a painful part to watch.

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WSB-AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen minutes" Discussed on WSB-AM

"A little bit about other not allow these mortar duckie's could we have some good looks which isn't kebir the you save out kamei without cause fatigue but rule out give more credit kentucky stevenson fatigue for us let's check some of the of the score numbers are leading score and only player double figures was tyree crump who matched his career high and established a new sec high with seventeen points crump who did not shoot the ball well in the first two games you're the tournament just one for fourteen on threes before today with four for eight on 3point shots today and again all hit all of his free throws five for five finished with seventeen points in the contest or next high score was iansa who at nine four rebounds a couple of blocks hammond's finished with seven ray sean three of four seven points in a three rebounds in seventeen minutes on the floor juwan parker had seven points he was 3 for six today hit a 3 yet 3 rebounds and sixteen minutes uh let's see turtle 5 points today turtle unable to get many of his shots to fall just two of 12 over seven on 3pointers today turtle jackson with five point three rebounds he had three turnovers in one assist he'd been uh he kind of turned that around here late in the season last four games yet 17 assists and only four turnovers kind of what backwards on it today's kentucky was forcing him into some the as they took away our inside game derek edna janti will give established in the post good things air force door guards at the make shots of make ways and they just got the of it with you took a lot of offbalance runners and 3s contested so tough night dare called beta had two points but eleven rebounds he was our leader in that department at a couple of blocks of 25 minutes and t sean hightower uh i don't know if you hit the wall or not of reaches it kentucky defense he played so well against vanderbilt and missouri but over six today over three.

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