25 Burst results for "Sora"

Matt Palumbo Exposes Anti-Corruption Action Center in New Book

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Matt Palumbo Exposes Anti-Corruption Action Center in New Book

"Man one of the things I know you get into into the book is a group I've been very suspicious of for a long time that's anti C you know anti corruption group Daria kalanick in them I see a lot of these people on TV now understandably concerned about their Ukrainian understandably concerned about what's going on in their country But we can have a serious discussion without recognizing that some of these same people who are now on TV talking about this were the same people involved in the impeachment hoax against Donald Trump who were working in this anti C group which was funded A lot of it by Soros affiliated groups Yeah with all the sora's groups they say they're like ironically named They're almost trolling us with a name by calling it anti corruption Just to give some background they've collaborated with American agencies and FBI the State Department and the CIA one of the things that your audience will find the most interesting though is during the whole Victor shoken burisma probe which as we all know Joe Biden instead of getting fired by Petro Poroshenko anti C was actually on the same size saying that choking needed to step down after that happens that long after on the prosecutor's office looks into ant AC for alleged misuse of funds and then our ambassadors in Ukraine intervened in nowhere and say actually there's really nothing to be seen here One of them is a guy named George Kent who's later cited in the impeachment hearings And this sort of brings me to another source back group called the organized crime and corruption reporting project Also ironically names It's another Soros back group Also cited about four times in the impeachment referral So that's two Soros that groups in the same impeachment who referral but working with our ambassadors who are working with obviously our government by definition So just a lot of links that are impossible to ignore really

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Cuomo due in court virtually after DA drops fondling case

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Cuomo due in court virtually after DA drops fondling case

"Former former New New York York governor governor Andrew Andrew Cuomo Cuomo scheduled scheduled to to appear appear in in court court today today online online for for a a hearing hearing about about the the request request to to drop drop a a criminal criminal count count against against him him a a judge judge in in Albany Albany will will be be considering considering the the request request from from the the prosecutor prosecutor David David Sora's Sora's to to dismiss dismiss a a fondling fondling case case against against the the former former New New York York governor governor the the Albany Albany County County district district attorney attorney told told the the court court he he wouldn't wouldn't be be able able to to prove prove the the allegation allegation made made by by former former Cuomo Cuomo aide aide Britney Britney Comiso Comiso that that Cuomo Cuomo groped groped her her in in twenty twenty twenty twenty could could miss miss those those allegation allegation was was part part of of a a report report released released in in August August that that led led to to Cuomo's Cuomo's resignation resignation after after eleven eleven women women accused accused him him of of sexual sexual harassment harassment Cuomo's Cuomo's attorney attorney is is arguing arguing that that the the misdemeanor misdemeanor groping groping case case should should be be dismissed dismissed since since the the district district attorney attorney has has declined declined to to prosecute prosecute I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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"sora" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

04:26 min | 11 months ago

"sora" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

"The thing is with that all jokes aside though. Yeah so i know there is about what years ago. It was a razor. I think it's called the razer naga. You don't talk about the mouse. Uso the regular razer naga. The time that they might have changed it might be different. Like two thousand seventeen or eighteen so the regular razer naga was about sixty bucks irritate. Whenever the by the left handed version it was ninety five dollars. That was ridiculous. Same mouse yeah. That's it and you know. I use that for the longest time. And finally i got this. I got a jeanine zero three. And it's i think it's called is the word for it where it's like a handed. I'm dictionaries yeah. Yeah i was close. Close my accent you. I got one of those and you know those are the best types of things you get when you are missing the hand because it doesn't matter what you are it works and it's amazing. How love him But as far as what. I feel about the in progressing fake that we're starting to get into a boats of people making things for people in my book But i feel like that. We need to drop the pr stunts and get more into like actually seeing what really works because unlike with the explicit active. I've only two of them. So i can say that. Yeah i've used it. I had a sponsor at one time and they actually gifted me one of them on and then one of them was given to me for like a a gift from a family member or something for whatever reason but The thing about it. Is you look at the data controller. And you think hey this is good. It's got buttons. It actually doesn't the two the two big black buttons that you see on the right you think that they're like they look like little touch pads or something it's not it's a nba literally only has aby starts leg in a dial pad and they'll skied and a profile switcher. That's all that controllers got. It's ninety dollars. And then all of the extensions that you could plug into our all kinda pricey so it's like a giant money racket. I mean i get it. That is designed to help people but to me. It was ridiculous because even if you plug in a bunch of will you have to go out and buy this thirty.

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"sora" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"sora" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

"Welcome back everybody. Thanks for listening to short messages. And now comes the fun part of the interview and sora take us back to the beginning what got you into gaming and what led you down the streaming path year of well. I never thought i'd ever be a streamer. Actually like i honestly like i didn't. I had a twitter account. That i made for something for frame from twitch drop and i never touched it for years but i got into gaming when i was little. My mom had to work. My dad was sick and say oh well nobody really got to like do a lot of things with me so i was left. Light occupied myself so games like that nas outlet for me to like do things sa- gaming's always been a passion for me and i think actually that's one of the things that's helped me be disability a lot of ways because i have a lot of hand-eye coordination stuff which intended one hand had from that stuff. I feel like it's been a physical therapy for me. And that's why light morally at that can the only anything that has really been a challenge for me is jungle gyms but plan a jungle gym anyway hub with the stream in thing so it started as youtube. And what. Got me into it actually. There's there's two sides to. I'm not sure which side was stronger motivation for it. But you know my kid. I got a little boy. He's he just turned ten actually this month for the past five years. He's wanted to be a youtuber and me and his mom. We don't wanna let him do that right now. Because he's just he's a little kid. We don't want pittance of out there because you know the scary place You know so. We're thinking when he gets loader but the thing is i kinda thought you know. Hey maybe if. I become youtuber that i could build up a base and then when he decided to be a youtube you know Maybe he can. I can do videos of him help him build himself off of that. That was part of it. The other part was. I know a lot of people like me. It's like when you have something going on on you. Run into people with that same thing. So i'm constantly running into and other amputees and stuff and i've noticed that over my life. A lot of them have it in their head that they can't do stuff it's not that they can't they just got in their head..

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"sora" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"sora" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"They're alive because it did. You've bubbles even this sometimes. It's very clear that they do get hit. And like touchy being tough graham on before like maybe twice and there's been no bubble win but otherwise it's like ashley shortest engulfs them in lava what mood. They've they believe in each other now so evolves to him on and hormone that sh- that says that Sorace love filled with pow. And we're seeing like Where we had that Sounds kinda familiar. But i liked that. I liked that. It's i'm fairly soon. That's almost word for word. What sending the original episode in japanese. I would have to go back and check. I don't feel like doing that but it feels very very similar. It's not quite the english dubs saw can feel your love. It's making me strong. It's it's not that but it it it it as as 'cause i i need just grab that clip from the from this episode and then just smooshed shown the english dub of zora because it's just it is it is it is just so fun. It's one of those funny moments it's up there with phantom on and he's no easy task which i'm referenced like. I want to say like twice a week. A hey it's the dub is good everyone else who says otherwise. Just let me have this anyway. So gruden moan evolves to hormone and were able to stop the lava and then after they've reverted be on says that she loves sora and sources she loves on and i'm sitting here thinking that this episode is kind of like acute mash and i know that yes. We shouldn't be comparing it to the original series. But i like to in some points like it's just it's not saying one is better than the other is just saying how other seasons did it. This episode just feels like a really cute mashed between the bedroom on debut and the gruden on debut in the original adventure like both have be on being unwell hurt and also they have been on end seora not communicating on the same wavelength..

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"sora" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"sora" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"An actual fight. Having right definitely feels unique to this show. I feel like we haven't had much fighting between the digital one end the partner like actually given them on a personality episode which is nice considering. I'm fairly certain lost episode. We were complaining about the lack of personality and a few of the digital. Yeah but it's not in the politics on leads the Because of not. I mean it does happen in all digital and it has happened a few times like we have a gums. Roman left tug. Do we had a good morning. Savers leaving with sorrow with had gone wanting. Try leaving we have. I think at one runaway in one runaway runaway and mourn. I feel like up pat him on an the Regional evancho big fall out. Yeah in the At the in the face wheel fame park park with them. Demi w was still tokyo yet when panama was so tacoma. So we've had other seasons. But i don i feel. I usually hate those episodes by the way i feel like. They're always really annoying and they're over something. I just do not understand like this. Feels like an overreaction but they swan seemed like realistic almost like you kind of see both sides like you don't who you would side with because the store is worried about vm. On and that that. That's that's a general like it. That's just a genuine feeling that you would have. We would worry about your friend who was just in a sling like five seconds ago. You can also say. Be amman's pain of just being on once sewer to trust. She's okay because she feels better announced. She really wants to help and she's just annoyed. The econ- can't help even in the smallest way of just like helping carrying some stuff like be on. Says she feels better but soro doesn't believe her and that's really annoying for her. So you can kind of see both sides which makes me feel like. This is probably i mean. This isn't the best episode of digital overall. This isn't the best episode of the season. But it's definitely the best episode that has this partner dj End human chosen child argument and separate and the one says they hate the other because in every other episode it has just been so annoying. And it's been of something so sore mina but this one actually felt like kind of like genuine and realistic. Especially because you kind of don't know who to side with because both of them have failure reasonable stances. Would you agree. Yeah i like a lot of past episodes. The reason feels come. Try like at the end of it. It doesn't failing they've really resolved. They were. I think about infest place but in this one i definitely felt like they both had that pints and they both just communicates them to each other and actually i should reach an understanding about like why fallen out. Yeah and like look when after. I watched this episode. i was kind of like is. I'm not really sure about this kind of like just an okay episode against but talking about i'm just like i did. This episode actually liked this episode. I mean it's still not the best episode but it is definitely better than a chunk with head and i. It actually made me care about sore and be on and they previously haven't really had much in terms of characterization. The so i appreciate that yeah. It's a little that without the conwright characters from time to time e and they can write source character. Yeah they just don't want to sora end junk won't tolkien sore asks if he does all the dangerous jobs to protect the others and they said that they protect may as much as i protect them. This whole is actually made on the trust between everyone and sore looks kind of guilty. That you know. She doesn't really have trust for be only. She didn't trust in bones would that she's feeling well enough to help..

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"sora" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"sora" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"So sources they should help to and help out so they can try to stop. This lava when volcano erupts junk. More makes them wear helmets which is really really cute. Except on faily certain that sora was already wearing one right like hustle. Or i don't know like it's a beanie but it's also this show has never been consistent with what it is like Adventure she we had a sign of her like heating on it like a drum but we also had it like folded up in a drool like benei. So i'll legitimately do not understand this helmet. And i and i haven't understood my entire digital watching law since the first season but i guess this makes it clear that it's not a helmet. I dunno situation actual helmets in this episode. Yeah so does tightly any celerion. Because he's had gets a. I'm so glad that they actually drew the hair being solution. It's not just like they didn't make it just on top of the hair like a. I don't know why we expect them to do that. Because he has so much hand it has to go somewhere but they clearly. They drew the hair but they drew it. Like actually how would go. I just appreciate a lot. There's a lot of the a lot of positives episode. I i actually appreciate. And that's one of them. Tie cheese adorable hair. He looks a little bit like as well. I don't know maybe because i'm watching a lot of famous. The moment on thinking about time lived the cockles. Just going over the helmet. So he daddy's surprising but i feel like i don. I wouldn't that doesn't seem very safe safety. Yeah which is the the best part of this was saying over and over again. It's adorable like i love this. This awareness not boss. I just i love him so much. I love junk moon junk. My one of my favorite digital now. He literally just debuted in a virtual pet in march and..

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What are  the key factors in executing the digital marketing for tourism and hospitality

The Social Hotelier

04:43 min | 1 year ago

What are the key factors in executing the digital marketing for tourism and hospitality

"For the last two episodes we have had a very vivid discussion about though wise. And what and today. of course it's going to be a little fun. Talk about the how part. I am with my guest on his head of eat. Tourism research at the university of eastern finland. So welcome you come again. High gripe to be here. This is the last episode. And i'm i'm really excited to get the opportunity to discuss these things about digital marketing with you again. It's it's been great so far. I'm really looking forward all of this episode. Well it's been a great learning experience for me. Also we are sort of. All of us are students because things are changing. If it's minute by minute but so quickly that we have to be able to be nimble and reactive on. What's happening around us. And i think that's where this how part of our feet series comes into the question so let's stocked with them. The point maybe the digital marketing tourism start from motto. Sora help us understand what are the first steps to consider. And and i think this episode bills quite nicely on top of the previous two episodes so we gone through how how the company mission the strategy actually should drive digital marketing. So all the decisions that you do in digital marketing should be. You should be able to connect them with your strategy and your mission and what you're doing bought it to say that it's also possible to do great business without that much thinking abou- strategies and missions. And if you are just able to provide a great customer experience and you are really good at sales and marketing you have all the possibilities to do fantastic basis and and being being able to be a successful With being really good at understanding your business model. But i think everything starts with the customer. So if you don't understand your customer and if you don't have this custom perspective on your own business Then it's it's getting really difficult to be to be successful. Doodoo business that that succeeds and think many times that that is a major issue with with businesses that they are so focused on what they have and how they can sail that while they have instead of looking at customers and understanding the customers one than what the customers need in. How else can be resold or hail wave. What will the company has a not just what we have at this moment but also thinking outside the box and looking at different ways to better serve the needs of of of a customer not alone and not relying just on what we have but also looking for new partnerships and new kind of marketing channels and and all different kinds of options. If you have this customer perspective on your business in are able to put yourself in in customers shoes. I think that's. That's the first. I've where wherever everything about marketing should should be built upon when when we are starting to think the channels and the messages and everything being able to put yourself in in the customer's shoes is fantastic skill to have and also is it so the two should be very specific about to your audiences and who you are. Who are you. Why are you servicing. I have noticed that people tend to get limit wide. They want to go all over the place rather than kind of laser focused on this. And then as you mentioned that the solving the problem i always is only interested in that. Solve the problem that they have not about your product right now so people are typically not interested about companies. People are interested in themselves and watson there for mia and businesses have to figure this out. That's how they tolkien communicate with customers. In last episode we talked about focusing on the benefits that the customer receives instead of the attributes of all we are a whole that will be our restaurant or or who we are as as a destination

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How To Be An Anti-Casteist

Rough Translation

05:45 min | 1 year ago

How To Be An Anti-Casteist

"Warner. We started talking about cast with Lauren Freyer. This is Lauren NPR's India correspondent who started thinking about cast and race in part because of an initiative at NPR to track the diversity of sources. This is something we all know do including this podcast. We will note how many women were putting on the air, how many people of Color and other demographic stats I see my company trying to better represent America with the voices we put on the air and I'm looking at my own sourcing and I get too much credit. Every voice I bring to the airwaves from India as a person of color check the box you know that's diversity from my boss' point of view but I'm looking at different types of diversity in India and thinking. CAST. You see it in India when it comes to. Arranged marriages, dating APPS, you see it in real estate I mean there are subtle ways in which landlords choose tenants and signal to tenants. That certain cats are welcome or not welcome. There is no uncontroversial way to talk about cast and even the words we use are fraud. You're going to hear people in this story talk about upper caste and lower caste. We're GONNA try to avoid those hierarchies and say dominant cast at oppressed caste oppression is a strong term, but it definitely applies here. This is oppression that's gone back centuries. It was really amplified by the British. So British colonists came in and gave Brahmins privileges elevated them and exploited this power differential between the BRAHMINS and other castes and when Indians won their independence in nineteen forty seven, they wrote a constitution that acknowledges that oppression and lays out bold measures to try to fix it affirmative action programs to place dollars in government jobs to play dollars, its top universities, and all of that exists in India still today. But despite all of this dalits in India face so much violence disproportionate violence Daulat women are raped more than women of other Castes Dalit men get lynched for falling in love with dominant caste woman lauren knew she wanted to find out peoples cast to make sure she was hearing from variety of voices including people who don't always get access to speak. But. This broad a new problem. How actually do you find out? SOMEONE'S CAST? So Good question. How does one person Oh you're cast light it is not like you have a color which gives away your identity. Same Cornelia says, sometimes, it's easy. You just read someone's cast by their surname sometimes you cannot hide and how about your real surname is it easy to hide your? Name doesn't go my cost us a k. that this wife immediately when I only seven, they will ask me whole willing come from which part of the state you come from. There had to ask a follow up question. If you can't tell by surname, you can ask about someone's neighborhood are also tried to be clever I come from Hyderabad slow from Hyderabad. It's the city of nine million people all casts are there. So that's the people are not satisfied if you do named. So what they do is no, no. No. I'm not talking about with city you come from willow would your parents which relates Came from Sam keeps dodging the real question might played into used to stay in Bombay. Can. Actually before that, my father used to work. So he was daily. You just keep naming, cities. Because that is the facts also, then they will. They will understand that I'm playing around to the. Sam Doesn't want to reveal his cast because most of his Indian coworkers from dominant castes in fact, the overwhelming majority of south, Asians in America from dominant castes. They're often the ones with the resources and access to get here. The other portion usually people ask is already which. Because Brahman Salvage. Aliens. If you say. If you are in. Indian Austin Indian to find overcast he would say. Which stadium by Bertha, by choice and. The tricky thing about this is that a CO worker could be overhearing this entire conversation. is still have no clue what they're really talking about. They will not even the people were very active about this. In always discrimination and all they might have not heard about cast at all. One person who has written about this hidden code it's Sora. John. Day He's a scholar at Harvard and he wrote a book called cast matters I am A. Child of a former landless labourer and someone who is to clean toilet. into the houses of the dominant caste people. So I'm a I'm adult Indian, and when I come to, of course, America I am a person of color. This two identities that help him see things that other people don't see for example, suraj points out this video they came out last fall. Okay. So what we're GonNa Cook today is an Indian recipe. Yes. Because you are yes. Okay. This is a video filmed in the kitchen of the actor and writer Mindy Kaeling on this day when Senator Comma Harris has stopped by to cook. So we Indian actually were both south Indian guests come Larisa Jamaican father and a mother from Chennai in southern India looks like the entire one half of my family. Thank you to I've been telling people related already. It's basically. Almost mother was a Brahmin the priestly cast who according to tradition

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"sora" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"sora" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"I, think we need to just sort of sit down and reevaluate our rankings, which is good like that's what I want. I want us to say hanging on that episode we gave a five out of five. Hey, it's actually three like that'd be incredible like I always rank episodes of digital and highly because I'm ranking them in comparison with how I think the rest of the season is going to play out and. My very pessimistic outlook I'm saying, Hey. Not Too. Bad even though in reality. None a lot of digital's not fat, not good at all, but you can still say, Hey, this like there is a really good episode across was and it's like the best episode wars but compared to other good episodes of digital it's probably only maybe three or two point five out of five. Yeah Anyway. So on separates out to the actual. Yes and so this episode of so verge and the other groups still flying and Joe is still ethic and this is just this is a hint of what's to come for the episode for Joe Because he basically is just. His Country Week Yeah I'm glad that Joe stands up for himself when they say, Hey, look, this is the garbage area and he's like I'm not garbage. I. Sent that to a friend of mine who doesn't even watch the G. Mile just captured it but deep inside he wondered. That's a good caption actually. Still. That's. Fair housing but poor jar. Jar this episode has really screen shots actually. Like cannon. Bay One helps anyway. So government is the best in his cheering Joe up and then sewer tells Komo to land so that they can have a break which is again it's showing us that saw is actually quite caring. She's not really flogging the fact that she's sort of caring maternal like they forced on us in trial not like, Hey, hey, sorry you're the mother of the group and sort of like now, I never wanted to do that this of saying okay. Sorry. She's caring especially to those little, Waco or the troubled. Like I really felt like this being evolution episode I. I don't want to jump too far ahead but I feel completely certain that if we had swapped out Mimi format or touchy for Sora and just said Oh yeah. This was this was showing up that crass. You could make just as good an argument Elliott, and this caring would also be in line with Mimi's personality..

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"sora" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"sora" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"Of the Crimson Wings are May and I'm joined by as usual. And stevie is not joining us today about we will send through their thoughts in stevie stunts in out discussion portion of the of the absurd. So with all that out of the way, let's move onto the synopsis. Star the episode in analyze the sort of feature at the start. Of Episode, we get a look appear on and apparently have flying has improved. Thanks to Sora Booker. She used to be quite a week Flyer and I just love this little pot. The like Seora has actually improved digital that's and even though it's Not just one cent throwaway long. Basically, it's just so nice to know that there's actually some relationship in some development between the two and it also makes pian feel like you know an actual character rather than just a In, his original, the character, the digital partners always seemed like they were more side characters in the way that they didn't do much. They didn't really have much personality of thought of than they are the digital and partner of they were human character. Yeah. That will basically weapons could talk. They would just fun looking swords basically, but it just did so nice that they actually have character any sort of mini sort of. Digital, at the start of the episode I, don't enjoy it. And we attend to next time. So I think in the lost episode I guessed that will have Cochrane. Next was sort of jumping between one in the between the groups and like kosher was about to have some computer problems but also he's the last one in the touchy group not to have an evolution. So I guess we just jumping between the groups make sense. Yeah. So yeah, you tend to one next time anyway. So the main part of the episode begins and before that. The analiza in the opening end the main poverty episode I'm starting to not enjoy the fact that we spend the first five minutes of the episode of every episode not having the episode..

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Hurricane Laura headed for category 4 'life-threatening' storm, says NWS

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Hurricane Laura headed for category 4 'life-threatening' storm, says NWS

"Say Hurricane Laura is rapidly intensifying and will become a catastrophic category for hurricane Before landfall. Now that storm churning toward Texas and Louisiana gathering wind and water that Sora lt's over much of the Gulf of Mexico, ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano is in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Push of water that we're going to see with this. We're talking about life threatening flooding. So a lot of these parishes have seen mandatory evacuations because of that, and this is going to be Flooding downtown Lake Charles and then on top of that we're flooding rainfall into little rock and all the way through the mid Mississippi River Valley. So a huge chunk of the U. S being impacted by the storm as it moves inland. I'd have devastating impacts. National Hurricane Center senior specialist Stacey Stewart says. Some

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"sora" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

Humans Rising Podcast

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"sora" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

"On says parents basically just take their own like vic the matter into their hands the well in like steffi's learning pods cross like we see our cells as a actually a pretty good way for paris plugging Do their learning because like a lot of parents especially ones that are used to homeschooling matching students curriculum. It's a lot of work at the student. Accountability curricula like especially the products to help them come up with projects in like actually create content. Like a lot of that's just too much frankly for a lot. Parents wrestling not salim weaken. But even plug into. It's like hey you can have your learning pot and you could just had do store on just basically do that together In a lot of ways that we had that even had those conversations like those types of conversations with like one or two micra school's back in the day at sora on like schools that are like. Yeah we only go to eighth grade. But we don't have a ninth grade or twelfth grade or like one of our students stay with us like physically Did your curriculum and program is in our space and like at the time we were just Is just too young for us like our stage kind conversations like rachi lot folks on just doing our main thing right i but now this point. It's like we can start so do we can start doing seora a lot more varied ways and we had four years all about growth in particular of our program. That is fantastic. So tell people where they can find you and is there anything else. You'd like people to know about source. Schools sure so if so you can find our you can find a source. Dot com sprees. Eaten don't have any like fancy ending endings as schools dot com but otherwise as far as the people like to know what zora really if you're if you're a parent of a high school student or incoming high school student who wants a bear education for student of your students not really fitting in that well with their current schooling or the not enjoying their current curriculum. Where you feel like they're bored or just could do so much more on with their schooling and education. Like come talk to us. You know we love to talk to your son talk to you in essentially. Save your students our program. That's what's great. Thank you so much for your time in debts. Been an absolute pleasure. And i look forward to seeing how source schools grows and keeps you know serving people in in a way that i think is so needed in this world today. Okay thank you bye bye. Thank you so much for listening today. If you enjoy this podcast please let me know by subscribing and also if you think this would benefit others. Please leave a review. I tunes reviews. Help other people find this podcast. Thanks so much..

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"sora" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

Humans Rising Podcast

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"sora" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

"Compliments like oh this turned out really great as well and we just took that feedback and implemented the changes therein But it also became a interesting way for us to also serve tests. New program ideas as well initiatives that we came out with and just get student feedback directly from them and i like also had a secondary effect of making the students feel more sort of involved in school process like a lot of like really like robot club even though. It's technically voluntary. We don't require the students to do it but we still get most the showing up for it Just like to offer their feedback in perspective on the direction of our progress. Zora pretty cool. That is awesome because everybody wants to have a voice and everybody wants to be seen an affirmed for who they are and it sounds like you're doing a wonderful job now so what's next for sore. I mean you're you're right. Sounds like you're getting flooded with families who are really trying to figure out the confusion of of next year looking for some really solid alternatives to to their public school and Do you see sore growing to the point that you might have some in person. I dunno everyone's talking about pods and pod learning. But i do see especially with the younger ages. Parents are coming together and trying to create small learning communities so that their children do. Have you know some some friends and some some people to learn with. So what's next for source schools. Yeah so as you just identified even in that statement like there's a lot of opportunities for us to united to grow and expand our expand our reach beyond what we've had so like we initially started store up it wasn't about like growth scale or anything of the sort like we just literally wanted to start with us law classes students so we can actually get the school going in. Start iterating in figuring out like. Is this even possible to do something like what. We're doing You know we of course we believed in all the research that we did in like the effort we put in design system. But you know frankly test right so It was there was a lot of from the air and we spent quite a bit of time to try to figure out the program by now like the pertinent solve started. Slow fly a lot. More like changes are a little less frequent now much More spaced out. I'd say in terms of iterations the program and this point labor ready to start really scaling and growing our student body just expanding our reach shooting across the country to work. Most of our students still come from the greater orlando area in georgia but we have students from different states and like coming in fall. Lots different time zones to Not just central times out the civic and other times it's not like the one time over the daylight just generally what we look forward to next year's more more growth You mentioned like the pods. That's an interesting dynamic that we that we witnessed ourselves last couple of weeks. Basically families are scrambling to figure out their plans for the fall. Like if they don't particularly like what their school has to offer whether it's in person they're scared and worried about about the pandemic or it's virtual but it's crappy in not particularly great implementation of their school.

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"sora" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

Humans Rising Podcast

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"sora" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

"Autoways just like adults that need that needs some maturing inexperience and like they're they're capable of doing your work you know like they're capable of contributing distance to start contributing to society like and they also sort of desire mora independence autonomy. They're traditionally given to like don't accomplish quite a lot. I'd i'd say like just for my own experience working with students sorely. I've always been shocked a lot of ways than how self aware that a lot of students are like. Maybe i just look at my own. Like adolescence is like a self deprecating manner. But like i didn't remember myself just knowing myself. I guess So well like to the students that i interview like in talk to about zora like i'll ask like know. What do you like in an interview in a like. What do you like most about yourself. And like what would you like to improve yourself and just get some like pretty insightful. Latches on wow. I don't even know if i can answer this question quite as well in bacchanals in high school. But like i said we Don't give them enough credit right. And i think they really want to be involved in the meaningful conversations about what's going on in the world and how they can be part of positive change and i definitely don't see any opportunities for those conversations in school. Yeah i mean even like another example like giving students like not not the autonomy but more control over their education like one of the cool things that we do. It's of the things that we do at seora is Is this thing we We call robot club or the students just participate directly in the direction of the school so initially when we start romance club. It wasn't even a club per se. In fact it's still technically not club. It's more like a open forum if you will but we we. We wanted to get some feedback from the students. Awesome iterations that we wanted to make the program like in the early days of sora light back in like months to basically three were thinking oh like we you know we seniors design flaws in like some things could change fix about how the program But before we implement we want to get their feedback so we just called the meeting and said hey like students like check out. These planned changes based on your feedback with the things. We've observed this makes sense to you like do you have anything to add or take out like dick. Does it sound interesting. You sound like you weren't actually work. And a students gave a lot of really good feedback and we grew thinking. Wow was like a pretty cool Like this is pretty cool. Allah like right like the students are sort of iterating on their own school in a lotta ways like directly. Not just like you know insurance school where you know. The line between the.

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Humans Rising Podcast

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"sora" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

"Reasons generally say that attracts those types of students that are looking to us as a school. that's like cater to what they actually want it to be. You know something that isn't boring or isn't slow or isn't too fast or arriving. Just something that is built for them in a lot of ways and so as far as what students rejoin find that. Do well it seora get say like students that require a lot of structure and zurve at people watching over their shoulders. I'd say a lot of accountability. I'd say gentlemen soon. Don't do as well at sora like i like we don't necessarily have the scene. Just you know go off on their own and like be completely self directed and that requires a lot of internal motivation and independence. And that's not us like zane time like we don't have a structure but it's not so much that you know we have you on a call in a zine call like eight hours a day and you're just hopping from one place the next and it's not like you know in in the like in meal. Physical space is not like we hassles physically watching every move like student. Takes breaker relaxes. That's fine by us. But we can't monitor student like you know. Twenty four seven suggests that require a lot of structure I'd say generally don't do that while i do that. While at sora on for that reason but students like sorta the right mixes like a student that does like a does like a bit of structure but like in generally likes to know their expectations. The outlandish Like basically everything. I described before like the student. That generally all snowed expectations and things that have to do in their constraints but otherwise like their own space autonomy Do their work might say jellied does well at seora really just a student that has a lot of serve interests outside of school. That's a little bit independent already or very least has some like notion of self Self direction But also like is generally bored in school in like wants to do more but doesn't necessarily want to do it just all by.

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Humans Rising Podcast

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"sora" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

"The students that went into. It's not like they were all say like credibly rich and they went in turn off fine like there were wide variety of students across different spectrums of socioeconomic status and italy just realize they determined that actually students who went through this new Completely open structure. School just did just as fine if not better than their counterparts in a traditional school in that That was against that note about the on. These learning outcomes and like how these progressive learning models we about the action working for quite some time. But like i said it's not evenly distributed. I'd say well. And i think most people when they think of learning they think of schooling and they think of a paper trail like you need a paper trail that learnings happening. But it seems like it's still stuck in this paradigm of we're going to fill brains with a random information and then expect them to kinda regurgitate it and that doesn't seem to be part of your learning model at all is it. I'd say why wouldn't you say it's not entirely Not not part of what we do. I think that's the right way to put it. It's it's i would say it's just generally a lot less. It's just generally deemphasize. Because i like we don't want students to just go through our We wants to have clear expectations. And we want them to have sort of like a outline of a structure to play in like. Oh your general balance Than here's generally what we it to you in. Here's generally what you need to do. But for the most part you have a lot of autonomy and voice therein to serve design that experience for yourself And so i think the From our own experience store.

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Humans Rising Podcast

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"sora" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

"Initially you know that was one of the one of the biggest hurdles we realized that we are also rather inexperienced as well and so there are a lot of physical space constraints that would have basically been rented us from even starting in the first place in a lotta ways like you. We see we could made it work but it would have been very difficult and frankly our odds were a lot lower and guys actually like if we want to get off the ground and to solve the problems i mentioned like why don't we just start virtually in so we spent quite a time just to basically doing all of our work but just realizing it for a virtual environment and it actually ended up working out you know for i guess for either for a little while we were seen as kind of like kind of lackey. Lackey virtual high school like online highschool. There's a lot of high schools but this kind of online high school. like i. you know project based like it's kind of wacky and then ovid hit and then now our seen as like prophetic. That was not something that we foresaw but it just happened to work out. It's like wow you've been you were on the right path. And i was like no one tolleson beginning but we know that makes good sense when i see Companies that were designed from the beginning to be a distributed company. Their culture and everything just works so well versus on the ground company than tries to go virtual. They've got some challenges. So that makes sense that you've designed it so that it works this way and i'm really curious you you spoke about a lot of what went into your design was looking at the outcomes for your learners and what you wanted for them when they completed for years of source schools. Could you tell us a little bit more about that shirt. So the soup. Disclose we haven't had any like graduations or right slightly less than a year old..

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Humans Rising Podcast

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"sora" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

"Kind of a synchronicity. Or you know by accident. It wasn't from formal education. So has that been your always done degree like even the stuff that i was involved in like it was like although certainly i can't disregard like the value that like being saved peers my age and other resources that school and my college even as given me again denied that or parents done me for me etc at the same time though like even with all the things i was in baldwin i ventured briefly at the beginning like my first business that i started or the venture firm that was involved in or hekla safa Anymore things like all those things. I just did provide basically started outside of class knows quickly realizing that i learned far more from those experiences Sitting glass so like i sort of have that same philosophy with our with our students in what we do at seora you. Can you know if you've ever even talk to students at serai or like or even like students that interview with us like perspective students you can hear me like pretty canley just talking about education unabashedly about like how ya like. You don't learn that much in school. That's actually practical interesting to you. And which is kind of weird coming from someone who typically runs a school to some extent. But it's like that's my philosophy on its and like if we're doing the we ended up doing that same thing that's that's been causing everyone problems than that's an issue too so like. I hope that the students themselves hold me accountable to what i espouse. Now how did you choose to make source schools. A virtual school. Because you know you're located atlanta you could have built something on the ground there. What affected your choice of that. Sure there are. A few. Few components said So one was out of our ya out of need. We're talking to a lot of parents before before where we started seora like that was something that we did it..

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Humans Rising Podcast

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"sora" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

"What's an average day. Look like at zora is another popular question. Another question is like deep Do students ever like meet each other. You know there's a lot of stigma around virtual schools and in many cases it's very valid founded so a lot of questions around socialization also pop up as well like why student make friends do they get to meet. Other students is at all a synchronous in self pace. Like what's what's that situation like. Let's say like those are generally like the more common questions that i get that answer up over and over again right because sorta schools. I mean you basically Scrapped the discreet subjects. That are studied in school. You don't teach by lecture. There aren't tests. There aren't grades. You've really moved to. What i can see is an active learning model. Where you help students kind of design their initial projects but once they get the hang of it. They're kind of free to design. Whatever project captures their interests sat. Right is pretty much right. I mean we do like a like i said. We don't have any the traditional trappings of like a trishaw education right. Lectures are no tests courses of the sort of students on projects Sometimes these products are created facilitated by faculty more than Many times it's more on the student side in terms of like project creation and scoping and eventually like implementation so i kind of bear berries but the Dominating theme is that like we really want students to be doing more hands on learning and really did have more autonomy and serve voice in their education in where they're taking it Because like really like. That's one of the bigger problems that we have discovered. We're doing our research is that like people just felt like they had no autonomy. You're just doing school and just doing what they were told. Does learning exactly what they were supposed to be learning a with no sort of like input on for the student and not for fall the teachers or anything..

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Humans Rising Podcast

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"sora" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

"Just because like although we were self studied because i personally didn't have like a background in education so we reached out to school founders. Principals teachers Just asking about like hey like just tell me about your work like what What why did you say for example start this progressive school or you know. What are your problems as a teacher. Teaching high school students. Like what do you think. Like what are your criticisms at our commentary on like high school education as you know it and you know we also spent some time talking to parents and more we have these conversations or realize that actually the problem that we experience in high school in like the design flaws that we saw or how education itself designed today is actually pretty common. Say the there are a lot of I could go on and on about sort of how the education system itself designed and like what problems exists there end like you know the lack of autonomy the fact that we still do lectured by the fact that it's very very very efficient for learning It's actually it's very efficient ministry. It's not quite sufficient for the student. And i guess. I could go on and on about the different problems but basic of the basic of all of what we discussed with these people and the redoubt to the conversations is that actually there are a lot of problems. Way design today and we decided we wanted to start something actually solved admiral and better eventually became. So it's it's been about a year. And i it was about a year and a half in change Between the beginning of when we started having the conversation actually starting watching seora like with their small classes students. That faultily when i think one thing. That really attracted me to source schools. When i found it was that you did start from scratch. You're not trying to improve an existing high school design. You said wow if we could bring all of the science and the research on how humans learn in thrive into designing a new high school..

"sora" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

Humans Rising Podcast

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"sora" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

"Welcome to the humans rising podcast hosted by caprice thorson. Today i am speaking with interest of the n one of the cofounders of source schools were investigating how source schools is transforming the high school experience. So hello i am so excited that from soroush schools is joining us today. And as i was just telling in dreads just a time for parents to learn about this new alternative to high school and so welcome indra. Thank you for joining me today. Jura thank you for having me absolutely so. I'm really curious. I would like everyone listening to hear a little bit about source schools and how it came to be because you just launched last september from what i understand. You are growing by leaps and bounds. So can you tell me a little bit about how you never decided to start source schools so although source schools itself launched in september two thousand nineteen. We've been working on sora for quite some time before that really towards the beginning of two thousand eighteen is when the whole journey for source started at least in official capacity the co-founders which i'm one of three Myself along garrett smiley what's samples. We all met while we are studying at georgia tech yards. We were studying multiple disciplines science catholic during possess and we had a shared interest in entrepreneurship than served doing things outside the system. I'd say while we were studying georgia tech. We were all. We were all running around businesses at the time or nonprofits the case garrett I was running. A company called elevate media producing video for companies like coca cola and garage owning a nonprofit durie Financial literacy skills to to foster children in the atlanta foster system..

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More than 47,000 coronavirus cases recorded in Miami-Dade County

WIOD Programming

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

More than 47,000 coronavirus cases recorded in Miami-Dade County

"Has has to to pass pass 200,000 200,000 Corona Corona virus virus cases, cases, The The percentage percentage of of test test coming coming back back positive positive has has reached reached 15%. 15%. Miami Dade County has more than 47,000 cases by itself. Miami Mayor Francis Juarez says the case numbers now grow exponentially almost immediately. We got Ahead of the curve, and we're seeing a declining slope of 14 cases. Just before this weekend. The inclined slope was 91 new cases per day, so it's almost three times greater slope. Then it wass prior to stay at home were so you know, it's it's extremely worrisome Sora spoke to ABC is this week He says he's issued a mandatory mask or increased penalties on businesses that violate reopening rules and closed beaches over the July 4th holiday weekend.

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NYC’s aging water mains cost $400 million to fix every year

Dave Ramsey

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

NYC’s aging water mains cost $400 million to fix every year

"News last night's water main break on the Lower East Side is just one of the many that the city has endured recently Lisa G. explain Carlo should Sora and infrastructure advocate says the city has been forced to maintain aging pipes we have thousands seven thousand to eight thousand miles of sewers and water mains that are over seventy years old they are in complete this repair the department of environmental protection says the city is below the national level when it comes to water main breaks Chisora says those numbers aren't good and the city needs to invest in more repairs which could cost billions of dollars I'm Lisa G. W. O.

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The 'Great Dying' Nearly Erased Life On Earth. Scientists See Similarities To Today

Environment: NPR

04:16 min | 3 years ago

The 'Great Dying' Nearly Erased Life On Earth. Scientists See Similarities To Today

"There was a time when life on earth was almost wiped out. The great dying was the biggest extinction ever, it happened two hundred and fifty million years ago and was largely caused by greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. As NPR's Christopher Joyce reports scientists are beginning to see alarming similarities between the great dying and what's happening to our atmosphere. Now you can learn about the great dying at the new deep time exhibit at the Smithsonian's national museum of natural history. I get a back door visit by a giant freight elevator. That's used to haul life size dinosaurs up to the new hall. Workers are assembling dioramas and video monitors. It's a few weeks before opening curator, Scott wing shows me, the exhibits, crown jewel, the museums. First real tyrannosaurus Rex what an enormous head. It's a pretty big body to the Toronto. Sora stands over a prone triceratops. It's jaws clamped on its head. But I guess while the, the truth is, it's really isn't a dinosaur hall. Yes. There are plenty of dinosaurs in it. We like to say come for the dinosaurs. Stay for everything else, the theme is factually, the interconnectedness of life through geologic time exhibits show, for example, how plants at the bottom of the food chain supported everything from insects to twenty ton of Pata services wing likes that he's a botanist. I'm a photo synthesis chauvinist. The whole ecosystem is based on photosynthesis, and because life from toadstools to tyrannosaurs is connected. When something big happens to the earth, the whole fabric can disintegrate and that happened due to global warming. It's explained in the exhibit, great dying section. This is it. This is the big one. The exhibit explains that an enormous volcanic field erupted in what is now Siberia, it spewed carbon dioxide in pollution into the atmosphere possibly for millions of years that warmer to the planet made the oceans, acidic and robbed them of oxygen. There have been other mass extinctions like the one that wiped out the dinosaurs. But this one at the end of the Permian period was about what happens when too much carbon dioxide rises into the atmosphere. Those are lessons that we can learn from studying the past, and they're also those processes that are being observed by scientists today. Earth. Scientists is like Curtis Deutsche of the university of Washington, whose research helped inform, the Smithsonian curator's the very same things that caused the great dying are happening right now in our ocean today as a result of human activities, not to the same degree but in the same direction, so Deutsche thought, why not recreate the hothouse of the great dying in a computer and see how present day life would fare, he could crank up the heat and lower the oxygen and watch as parts of the ocean started to become deadly. The first thing that happens is that you start to see a local loss of species as they begin to move in response to the climate heating up. But some parts of the planet were more forgiving. And we discovered something that was kind of surprising and new, I think, and that is that extinction was very strong everywhere, but it was even stronger near the cold parts of earth in the near the polar oceans. Than it was in the warmer, tropical oceans. It makes sense. He says animals that live near the equator can migrate toward the pulse to find cooler water. But those that are already live in cold oxygen rich waters near the polls have very little room to run. Deutsche says the experiment is a window on the future, even the present marine species are ready migrating, we see responses of marine species to those changes today that look like what we think happened at the end of the Permian, and that says the Smithsonian Scott wing is what visitors should take away from the new exhibit, or so powerful. We are basically a geological for us now, as well as a human force a force that changing the conditions for life on the

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