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"sunpro" Discussed on Cal's Week in Review

Cal's Week in Review

03:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"sunpro" Discussed on Cal's Week in Review

"Anything outdoors google machine. He fueled my fire for the outdoors when he didn't have to. He taught me by example and reference to pass encounters and mistakes Well been there done that. He would always say it did not matter my age or place in life. If we were meeting in person or checking in on the phone he would always end the conversation with okay part. Thanks for the call. You be safe so thank you old outfitter. Ub be safe couple of weeks ago. I got boxes clothing from this company. Called free fly. Their clothes are made from butter. Soft bamboo and i have to say. I got the men's breeze pants. A couple of things. I gotta say typically don't have a lot of clothes that are named after the wind were different names for wind but i got a pair of pants called breeze. And they're pretty awesome very lightweight then not stink real comfortable easy sunpro. Check them out. You can get.

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"sunpro" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

Fred + Angi On Demand

07:31 min | 8 months ago

"sunpro" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

"Bear. You poke the bear and she do that Hello Jean. Good Morning. Welcome to Fred Show on kiss. How are you? Great just to recap here and thanks for listening this this woman should a jewelry store and decided that a customer comes in. And wants to buy something for his wife and his girlfriend is very deliberate. Two different accounts to different credit cards. The whole thing mislabeled staff obviously with the intensive calling him out and so he can get caught. So what do you think? I know she said, she put him in Nice little bag but. I'm sorry to find him. I'm check the thing three, four, five times. Make sure I have the right the right bag because. I. Mean. If I'm here I, don't WanNa get caught you better double check if he does then that's on him. Wrapped on rapid. Pay. Oh Thank you have a great day. Bye Kohei Janney. Good morning from already. What do you think this was in her right in her place to get involved with this. Well, I'm thirty nine. You're saying. I wonder if we both get a discount on on caskets together since. They did this on ninety day fiance to that. bug-eyed in Australia, remember the Florence like called him out. said he always here all the time. You remember that. So if I, you know I'm Kinda on the clerk or the sales person. Like their, what's their motivation? Why would they WANNA screw this guy over your right fred there's this business you know. I think no the done that. Motivation. Easy to get out of I. Think you just say Oh my gosh I got the wrong order. This is not what I asked for and now, and now I'm never going back to that jeweler again because. You screwed me. And you what L. Now you've got something tomorrow's goals. This lady needs to calm if she's going to be out here, meddling jeans, call us and tell us. About it every single day. I. Agree. Thank you. Jedi. Love you guys. Love you too. Have a great day Lisa Good Morning. Learning. Don. Thank you so much to this thing she got involved or no. Don't waste your super out of line in is meddling too causing drama, and honestly the guy was busy making a purchaser Sunpro Fun and he did you don't and you don't spend when you assume. Things happen. So this so totally out of line with. And yeah. He doesn't cross the line. New He's Kinda dumb for going to the store, but you know. One thing I learned is I. I don't know what people's arrangements are. So I just don't get involved because I've I'm amazed at the number of people who have arrangements that they don't like their married but they had internally. It's okay for one or the other to step out here. If I go meddling now I'm just embarrassing people right? Because maybe everybody knows. Exactly. Yeah. Thank you Lisa. Have a great day. Thanks for listening Nikki Hello Nicki. What do you think? You know what? You guys have broken brake froze before home. I can't. Bro Code but while I'm sorry, go ahead. Duty. neuter assist before dude erases heads before. I. It's interesting. I have not heard that one before So you're saying that every woman has an obligation to protect every other woman. On you don't know those women, you don't like it. Bro Code is like I know a dude. Parts. Woman involved in this situation. Yeah. Listen. My buddy sheeting. I'm not getting that business because it's not my business. It's different than just calling them and telling them she did a little switcheroo and then. You have an arrangement. Right, exactly. No. He just admitted it. If I, know a guy that's dating someone. That's like if the girl is my friend, of course, I'm going to tell her but if the guys like dating someone I know then it's my business you know what I'm saying like it's you talked to your friend like sap cheating right now that's that's his life. That's not my life I go home and I my thing. Don't either, but I can follow. That Girlfriend might default if they've only been together for a year and you've been married for ten years, maybe see now. Maybe, maybe thinking. Your best. To Sell Jewelry. Shop. You never know. A male perspective here. What do you think? I'm thinking like she should yourself. There's all for example, one time I took a girls in roads at the same restaurant and when I went to the bathroom off the one of the waitresses actually told the girl that pay this guy keeps bringing girls I'm not sure if you're you know the first date or not just blending annot. PROFESSEUR. Very different, they see all. These movies. The guy or the girl I'm sorry. did not tell the waiter anything like this is my wife that's number one number two. Up because it's not what's happening. This guy went to a jeweler and said I need a girlfriend ring I. Need a wife Reunion a baby Mama Ring. got into the other person's business would they didn't need to do If. I went to a writer was the waiter was wrong yeah. Did you. Wife Wall. Paul absolute explosion. Thank you Paul. Appreciate you to the room. To different restaurants next time. homey. For mean. You're dating. Right and if one of those people were like, Hey, he was here with somebody else. You should expect that because exclusive. On never going back there. That's different. because. Somebody arguing. How do you say in an early? Rally as the morning what do you think by the way? I'm thinking like if you are getting cheated on most of the time you're thinking why didn't anybody warned me you know He's taking the initiative to do the warning. Yeah. Well, I mean, are you gonNA warn everybody everything? You see every impropriety are you? On your lap. Yeah He went in there with the intention and do this. So he's basically he's putting her into this narrative at that point. That's true. Yeah. All right. Thank you. Have a good day. Are you willing to suffer all the consequences that come with that? You know what I'm saying is the jeweler employees get fired to be on social media. Then you're getting dragged on social media, she put it out there. You could.

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"sunpro" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"sunpro" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Good shows. Make them do good movies for us because he's very good at making movies. And so you know and. In Marvel itself that Kinda Hussy coats is a writer on Captain America. You know end writing phenomenal captain America serve. I mean that's that's why. I think Disney's seen such successes, because like they only care about one color. They're like I don't care who you are. You can make us green. Welcome aboard. And I do think but at the same time. You know they weren't being proactive about the issues. That I think having Anthony Mackie call it out. Because even if they wanted to answer I think there was just idea that empty. Maquis had these things he probably went to Disney so I just want you. I'M GONNA. Do this I think Disney said yes, I'd actually like you to do that. You know would like you to take this action. Because you're right. It is something we need to be called out on. We need to make it better now granted. He's the head. of He's The star. He's the face of captain. American bucky so arguably, he probably has had some influence on that. Although maybe didn't have as much as you vote, he should've been. That's one of the reasons why there is that that that this this seeping concern and so when announced capping American bucky season two. I think you'll get. You'll get that. You'll get cure appeal. Remember twenty days. Is it yours appeal? Michael, who Is, the director does twilight zone. It's feel yeah. Jordan Peele okay. That's the problem with comedy duos. I I. Still Don't know which one is. Which one is hardy. No. Oh no so decades from now people are going to be confusing us. Oh yeah, well. You know we're both so good looking. Oh! Well, that's the honorifics well. No, it's the professor professor or the blue eyed bomber. That's that's that's gotTa give those honorifics so people can identify Oh yeah. He doesn't have blue eyes. He couldn't have been the blue eyed bomber of the Burger Bet, so. You got to think it all through, but anyway Yeah, so they'll get Jordan peele in there. They will get more of these Give them more characters to work with more characters to because they do want to have better stories. You know and when you just have. A female female film and record on your back home. It can cause a problem, but at the same time in the same age you journey to have your female director on your film and your black. Director on your back home, so it's it's it is. It's it's a needle. You have to thread, but you have to read it and if you want to. As the state statement goes, you know. Get that camel through that needle. To get into heaven as a rich man, you're going to have to work at it, you know. and that is that is the rich man to get into heaven somehow. Now over on the DC WORLD You have another prominent African American actor. Who has taken this moment to kick just Sweden. which you know is. And Look I'm not going to Sweden doesn't have controversies. People having instructed me on all of his controversies, but at the same time he does have defenders. Most of his controversial sound like they might have been personal issues with his wife. The charisma carpenter issue. By Charisma Carpenter's statements. It was a lot more complex than just. Oh, he aided because I got pregnant. It was it was more like I got pregnant, and it really made his life out very hard. 'cause a lot of attention in the set. Because yes, you can shoot around the pregnant character. But it's not easy especially if you're doing a lot of high kicks. Scarlet Johan's, you can do it, but that just 'cause. She's Carla Johan's. EXTRAS MAKING MOVIES NOT TV. So there's a lot more more budget for digitally. Removing bellies than other is worse digitally removing sessions apparently. I mean yeah. I mean Rape Fisher. I mean I. Can I get where you're coming from where you know? He didn't want to say a certain line or want to do this? I, mean it's still could have been wrong, but who knows we weren't there out the Gal Gadot stop to seems a little more problematic to me. Those stuff seems like it was actually totally normal. He said Oh. I WANNA. Shoot the scene. If you said I don't want to shoot that. He said okay. We'll shoot with Sunpro like.

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"sunpro" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal Finance Daily

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"sunpro" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

"This is optimal financed daily episode. Nine eighty four drugs your brain and holiday sales by Paula. PANT AFFORD ANYTHING DOT COM. And I'm Dan. I'm your host and unwelcomed optimal finance daily where I read to you seven days a week. From some of the best personal finance blogs on the planet this episode is brought to you by send pro online from Pitney bny bows shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than within pro online from Pitney bowes with Sunpro online. It's just click sand and save for as low as four four ninety nine. That's four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month go to PB DOT COM slash finance to access this special offer for a free thirty day. Trial plus a free ten pound scale to get started. That's P dot com slash finance to experience shipping made simple with a free trial of send pro online from Pitney Bowes and now let's get right to today's post as we optimize your life saving drugs your brain and holiday holiday sales by Paula. PANT AFFORD ANYTHING DOT COM. During the holidays. Millions of Americans swarm upon stores across the nation stores respond by dropping prices why why does a surge in demand trigger lower prices if demand spikes and supply stays mostly the same prices. This should rise instead of fall right. Humor me for a moment. Imagine that you own a retail store you get about fifty customers each week but you know one hundred. Shoppers will descend upon your store next week. Clamoring to buy your goods sweet you think but wait it gets better. These aren't leisurely shoppers. These shoppers have a tight deadline. December December twenty fifth by when they must make the purchase their time crunched. They're stressed and it's cold outside. These hundred buyers are ready willing and able to whip out their wallets and finalize the deal now. Furthermore you know that this batch of one hundred customers won't stick around as regulars by January. You'll be back to your regular fifty customers per week again as a store owner. What would you do? Wouldn't you be tempted to raise prices just a little bit. I would accept that doesn't happen instead. Retailers respond to a surge in demand by dropping prices. So I'll ask again why..

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Sorry Again, Charlie: Starkist Penalized $100 Million for Price Fixing

Business Wars Daily

04:38 min | 1 year ago

Sorry Again, Charlie: Starkist Penalized $100 Million for Price Fixing

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Leabeau's. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the from wonder I'm David Brown and this is business words daily on this Tuesday September twenty four remember this sorry Charlie Yep that's Charlie the famous starkist tuna who was wrong about everything he ever said we shared his famous phrase with you you late last October after star Kist pled guilty to federal felony charges of price-fixing along with competitors Bumblebee and chicken of the sea the company company had colluded to falsely keep prices high for two years between twenty eleven and twenty thirteen that was a real problem for retailers and consumers since the three companies any supply four fifths of all the canned tuna eaten in the US. The case has been under investigation for years last week. Federal judge finally handed star Kist a one one hundred million dollar fine for its actions one hundred million dollars. The maximum penalty allowed by law. The fine was a disappointment to star Kist which should complain to financial hardship and asked to pay only fifty million but the hardship argument didn't sway. US District Court Judge Edward Chen who said in effect sorry sorry Charlie. It's possible that greed was the motivation for the price fixing scheme but desperation may have also played a row remember when tuna sandwiches were almost as popular populars. PB and J. in school lunches will not so much anymore. Over the three decades that ended in twenty-six tuna sales declined by almost forty percent according to the Wall Street Journal title the paper reports that millennials are turning away from processed foods in droves last year star Kist Marketing and Innovation Executive told the journal a lot of millennials. Don't don't even own can openers with no can openers and millennials kitchen doors both star-kist the industry leader and Bumblebee are struggling Bumblebee which earlier paid twenty five million dollars in fines is reported to be considering bankruptcy. Both companies were allowed to pay their penalties interest free over five years but star. Kist which is a subsidiary of a Korean company called Dongwon group has also warned that it may lay off some of its twenty six hundred employees. It's also weighing whether to move a plant from American Samoa to Thailand Star. Kist says the investigation is now officially over but it is hardly the end of high profile price-fixing vice fixing investigations in the food business in July. The Department of Justice launched a criminal investigation into alleged price-fixing in the chicken industry. It is investigating instigating whether poultry giant Tyson foods and pilgrim's pride among others colluded to keep those prices artificially high if the allegations turn out to be true you the chicken industry doesn't have its tuna compatriots possible reasons for pushing prices higher chickens after all aren't processed food and so the poultry poultry providers can't blame their problems on the dearth of can openers and millennials kitchens. I'm wondering this is business wars daily. Hey if you like keeping up with a different business rivalry every day going to give five star rating reviewing favorite podcast stat which it it really helps new listeners and for that we thank I David Brown will be back with you tomorrow. This episode is brought to you by Centro. Oh online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with Sunpro online from Pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right right from your PC and you are back to business in no time try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit. PBA EH DOT com slash B W daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.

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Two Android adware apps with 1.5 million downloads removed from Google Play Store 

The CyberWire

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Two Android adware apps with 1.5 million downloads removed from Google Play Store 

"Researchers at security firm one dera found to malicious apps and Google's play store both are selfie filter APPs that also serve up adware Sunpro beauty camera and funny sweet beauty camera the two absent question Christian enjoyed more than a million and a half downloads one dera reported them to Google which has ejected them from the play

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Cherry Blossom and Red Bean Shakes: Tiny Shake Shack Expands Abroad

Business Wars Daily

04:52 min | 1 year ago

Cherry Blossom and Red Bean Shakes: Tiny Shake Shack Expands Abroad

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney leabeau's. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p._b._a. Dot com slash b w daily the ah from wondering i'm david rounded. This is business whereas daily on this thursday august twenty nine. What would you do if your business growth arrested on the success of a cherry blossom shake or one made from red beans or a plant call the pandan well. That's what shake shack new york. Burger restaurant contends with every every day. The two hundred thirty five store chain founded in two thousand four by restaurateur. Danny meyer has grown with a highly unusual strategy expand internationally nationally from the start most new restaurant chains expand regionally and iron out kinks before daring to go abroad will not meyer who dramatically defied conventional conventional restaurant management wisdom. He began shake shacks international expansion early on opening a restaurant in moscow after launching only three or four in the u._s. That at counter intuitive approach stemmed in part from eyeing the ferocious domestic fast food competition. The market seemed far less crowded abroad. Why take such a radical approach to growth while shake shack official told c._n._n. It was a way to hedge their bets. If things went poorly he said a failure really far away from home. Wooden wouldn't hurt u._s. Business the unlikely strategy worked today. Shake shack has restaurants in fifteen countries including saudi arabia to oman mon- russia and even japan this month that opened one in mexico. It's fourth new country this year alone. Following debuts in shanghai singapore and the philippines chocolate it shakes though don't cut it abroad in south korea. Those famous shakes are red bean beverages. They served cherry blossom shakes in japan and pandan plant shakes in singapore but the rest of the menu no matter where they are <hes> mostly burgers and fries that strategy of maintaining core menu and tweaking taking some items locally isn't unlike that of shake shacks largest international rival mc donald's famously served slightly different versions of sandwiches ages in europe asia and the middle east to and like shake shack offers localized desserts like stroup waffle mc flurries <hes> caramel and cookie laden vanilla. Allah is cream dish in the netherlands. There's enough fascination with fast food. Version served abroad that mcdonald's tested out menu items from australia canada the netherlands and spain back back home in the u._s. This summer for a limited time if tailoring menus for local audiences as challenging well it holds nothing on the obstacles facing the rest of the business take a restaurant to a new country and everything is different suppliers ingredients labor finance regulations and of course consumer behavior sure so shake shack which owns its restaurants outright in the u._s. Licenses them to local operators abroad who already understand their markets. The company's companies counterintuitive expansion strategy seems to work in the first quarter of twenty nineteen shake. Shack revenues grew thirty four percent to one hundred thirty-three million compared to the year before that's far faster growth and mammoth mcdonald's although one can't escape the obvious i mean it's far far easier to grow a two hundred thirty. Five restaurant chain than one with almost forty thousand locations will drink a cherry blossom shake to that from wondering business worst daily. Hey take a second and tell us more out yourself. Would you visit one dot com slash survey irving. We love learning more about you. Thanks a bunch. I'm david brown back on this episode is brought to you by centro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than and with sunpro online from pitney bowes with simple online is just click save and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your p._c. And you are back to business in no time. Try it for free for thirty thirty days and get a free ten pound scale but only when you visit p._b. Dot com slash b w daily that's p._b. Dot com slash b w daily.

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Realogy Joins Forces with Amazon to Sweeten Real Estate Deals

Business Wars Daily

06:03 min | 2 years ago

Realogy Joins Forces with Amazon to Sweeten Real Estate Deals

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Bowes. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale. When you visit http the DOT com slash B W daily <music> from one? I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Monday friends a couple of weeks ago. My family moved to a new house is our dream home. We'd ided for a long time and when it came on the market we jumped. Jumped at the chance to buy it. We did our real estate transaction. The old fashioned way our agent worked with their Asian each of us paid our portion of the customary fees and we'll do it all over again when our old house cells to most of us on the outside of the residential real estate business. It probably looks like that industry hasn't changed in decades <hes> but we are wrong. Real estate brokerages are in turmoil up ended by what else the Internet there are new online ways to buy and sell houses in new ish ways for real estate agents to get valuable leads and that's affecting the ability for traditional realtors to make money which leads me to last week's news which caused a big stir in the real estate industry realty conglomerate that owns brokerages bridges like century twenty one coldwell banker in Sotheby's is launching a new partnership with Amazon called Turnkey through a turn key portal on Amazon. You'll search for a house in putting some specifics about your dream home. Amazon will then provide. Provide you with a choice of realty real estate agents in your area. If you use one of those agents to buy a house well Amazon promises to give you products and services worth up to five thousand dollars the program rolls out I in just fifteen real estate state markets and hardly everyone will qualify for the full five thousand dollars to get that you'd have to buy a house for seven hundred thousand dollars or more still what you'll get if you go for it Amazon home services like unpacking thing in painting and smart home products like the ring doorbell installed by Amazon of course realty will pay for the Amazon gifts from its commissions. Some analysts say the deal is a big win for realty which has been struggling its stock price jumped twenty five percent on the news but others see it as a desperate ploy real. G's market valuation is down to six hundred million dollars from a high of more than seven billion only six years ago according to The Wall Street Journal the Forces buffeting Real G. R.. Many the luxury housing market the company's primary targets slowed last year at the same time. It's brokerages are keeping a smaller percentage of agent commissions in case you don't know how that works. Brokerages have traditionally found leads for their agents and split commissions with them but more and more agents are finding their own leads through zillow meaning realty takes less of the commission so real. G. NEEDS A new way to provide leads to agents one that circumvents zillow so you might think that Zillow is real. G's biggest problem once again you'd be wrong. Realty has at least two other big problems. One is upstart online competitors called I. buyers like open door and knock which promised promised to buy or sell your house for you without an agent keeping commissions down but even more challenging to realty and two other big brokerages is a six year old Silicon Valley Company called compass. It's been luring veteran real estate agents away from competitors. Hitters by promising wapping commissions in some cases taking nothing themselves for the first several transactions now compass is funded by investors including Softbank and it's valued at more than four billion dollars a washing cash. It's been acquiring brokerages at a rapid rate furthermore. It's executives admitted recently that they haven't yet formulated a plan to actually turn a profit but compass does intend to go public that no profit but go public formula sounds a a lot like what was happening before the Internet bubble burst in the early two thousands remember but in the meantime compasses making misery for Realty Realty recently sued compass alleging the company stole company secrets and persuaded agents to violate violate non compete agreements among other things realty denies the claims what we know of the real estate industry may look entirely different within a year or two no. You won't be able to buy a house on Amazon at least not yet but. When Amazon enters the picture will you know things are changing and fast from wondering this is business awards daily? I'm David Brown happily ensconced in my new house still in Austin. Hey tell us a little something about you. Would you go to wondering dot Com. Slash survey answer a couple of quick questions. Thanks so much we'll see this episode is brought to you by central online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk has never ever been simpler than with Sunpro online from Pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages.

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"sunpro" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

The Secret History of the Future

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"sunpro" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

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"sunpro" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"sunpro" Discussed on Business Wars

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"sunpro" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"sunpro" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"I kind of started to go a little bit more towards really taking into account the quality of the the seeds in the nuts that I ate I even found that almond butter, especially almond butter that's been blended with the skins is that that's also pretty high oxygen food. So I I do a little bit of walnut butter now and occasionally little bit of cashew butter. And some of these newer like coconut butter nut butter type of mixes that don't have a lot of almond butter enema a lot of them use macadamia nut butter and even almond butter. I'm kind of careful with nowadays. But but peanut butter is a much bigger issue in my opinion better. No way all better from because I have not seen since two Timothy especially since I went viral. I got very became very lighting months ago. A stress trips seven viruses in my body had encephalitis in the brain. I had liver damage. I had completely opposite. I was able to myself out of it. But, you know, talk about that's another component the while Teheran. We can talk about stress in the fat metabolism issue in how it really distressed intern on everything we've ever had reignited so post my post viral condition in I'm one hundred percent. Well, now, I'm very sensitive to excellent. So almond butter is not my friend, but I really love sunflower butter. I love the macadamia butter that you mentioned a lot of people though, lump sum flour butter with south lower oil and canola oil on things like that why would sunflower oil fall into that category. Safflower oil or sunflower oil sunflower oil. I think a lot of people consider that to be an oxidizing vegetable oil is not. Yes, it is some. But again, this is what I call the bodies higher of needs. And so if I'm going to be getting some really good mineral, in fact from that sell our butter. Then I'd rather get a little bit or assump- lower around get a little bit of that. And actually take a Khanal which is solver again. And it's not really it's manmade that over that. Ultimately, all for me is my best my best oil because even coconut has has moderate excellent properties. And so again getting back to that bio individuality, and so I say, I say, you have sharks and you have minnows in for me, personally, mice sharks are sulfur and oxygen protein a non non while protein, and the minnows I can deal with because it's it's again, where's the bodies tipping point on the variety of foods in it's really navigating that that food of on my plate, which I do very handily in I travel, I travel all the time. So this is very doable. For your audience thinking what the heck am I gonna eat extremely do? -able? Sunpro does come to depend to different types of sunflower oil, some are kind of low acid some are higher LIC acid. And and I guess the the idea is that with sunflower oil you'd wanna look for like a cold pressed unrefined version of it or like get a sunflower butter. That's got a cold press unrefined version of and I think that that's going to be a lot better from an oxidative standpoint. I know some of them are like, you know, non GMO speller pressed, and you'd also want to look for for high amounts of laic acid that means going to be lower in the the mega six polyunsaturated fatty acids, and those rules kinda go towards any any type of oil that's been extracted from a from a seed or from vegetable. Now, the other thing that you talk about is being preparation methods a lot of people beans, and it's been a while since I've talked about a properly prepare them, and you get into how beans are one of your go-to meals. But how do you actually ensure that the beans are in causing any type of digestive distress or got damaged or bloating? Life. Find that two things one pressure. Cooking a pressure cooker is one of my Staples in.

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How internet 'echo chambers' lead to faster radicalization

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:49 min | 2 years ago

How internet 'echo chambers' lead to faster radicalization

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by wigs N a premier platform bringing private markets to the public get access to tech unicorns like Uber. Airbnb and more sign up for free today at equities N dot com slash tech. And by Sunpro from Pitney Bowes, Sunpro online software makes it easy to save time and money print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p dot com slash tech. That's PB dot com slash tech. The internet is a perfect delivery system for a poison. That's his oldest humanity from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. This week on marketplace tech. We're looking at how a troll becomes a terrorist. How people are recruited and radicalized online through social media, and what companies can do to deal with it fatality. Mogadishu is a professor of psychology at Georgetown back in two thousand five he published a paper called the staircase to terrorism which was an exploration of how out of millions of disgruntled people in the world of very few rise up. This metaphorical staircase and commit violent acts in the real world. He says radicalization isn't new, but the internet can make it faster and easier. I asked Mogam what motivates people to take that last step to physical violence? Well, it's a slow process sometimes, but it can also be rapid. But the key issues are that's individuals feel that they are being mistreated that they there is injustice in the world particularly nowadays through the internet. An echo chamber is developed and 'isolation takes place. So that this group radicalize is and the radicalization takes place in relation to other groups. It's what I call mutual radicalization and gradually. They get to a stage west one or two of them are ready for actual violent behavior. It sounds like what you're saying. Is that not only is the internet particularly good or not only is it particularly ripe for this type of behavior. But that in fact, as online communities become radicalized, they they radicalize each other like they upped the ante absolute the this is becoming the norm. And we'd see this in politics. We see it in extremist ideology. So that there is a relationship between the? These radicalizing movements and the internet, and this is taking place in the wide context of globalization. You know, you you've said that the latter stages of this radicalization staircase are somewhat rare. But do you see this becoming this process becoming faster or more common? Yes. Definitely becoming more common in the sense that the mutual radicalization taking place the probability of more individuals moving up to that final level of the staircase increases, and this is very much related to the type of migration taking place around the world, and the kind of leadership coming through now is quite different from what was taking place ten years ago. I wonder how can companies individual companies and platforms combat this. Radicalization process on their networks, the lodge corporations media corporations have a duty to take on this challenge. They have the tools available. They have the technical means to do this. They have to get more serious about controlling hate speech. They have to get more serious about controlling echo chambers, and influencing echo chambers. Fatality Mogadishu is a professor of psychology at Georgetown. He has a new book coming out called threat to democracy, the appeal of authoritarianism an age of uncertainty tomorrow on the show. We may wish that big tech companies could just make this all go away. But that isn't as easy as it sounds. And now for some related links. You'll find a link to the professors paper on our website, marketplace, tech dot org, and CNN has a good piece this week about this topic of online radicalization, and what big tech platforms can do about it. They spoke with a terrorism expert who says simply taking down extremist content, just shifts the content and the audiences to smaller platforms think of say the chat app gab, which is a favorite of Neo Nazi groups, anti-semitics racists and conspiracy theorists. The expert said algorithms shouldn't amplify extreme content for a start. But if they know it's there, they could actually redirect people to forums with different viewpoints for even therapy resources. It's a super interesting read in the UK. There's actually a startup called moonshot, which is trying to intercept people lower on the staircase if you will by targeting them with what they call. Off ramping campaigns basically messages that direct them to more positive content, and they can even intervene online to connect potential extremists with offline health, and like I said, we'll talk more about this tomorrow. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Patrick in Santa Cruz. California wrote to us to say marketplace is an essential element in his life. And that we're helping make him smarter through high quality thought provoking and informative journalism to join Patrick and supporting what we do. Please donate online today at marketplace dot org. Thanks to Patrick and all the marketplace. Investors who make our work possible. 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Oculus was supposed to bring virtual reality to the masses. What happened?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:45 min | 2 years ago

Oculus was supposed to bring virtual reality to the masses. What happened?

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by wigs N a premier platform bringing private markets to the public get access to tech unicorns like Uber. Airbnb and more sign up for free today at equities N dot com slash tech. And by send pro from Pitney Bowes, send pro online software makes it easy to save time and money print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit PB dot com slash tech. That's BB dot com slash tech. Oculus was supposed to bring virtual reality to everyone by now what happened from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. Virtual reality is the technology that beeps on promising in about the last decade. The promise has seemed so much closer, especially when Oculus came along looking like such a game changer that Facebook dropped two billion dollars on it. In two thousand fourteen Blake Harris is the author of the history of the future Oculus, Facebook and the revolution that swept virtual reality. And his book is really two stories. I is the story of how Oculus and all of ritual. Reality tech has kind of stalled and second is the role that Facebook played in that stall. I I asked Harris where Oculus sits right now, they're in the top two in an industry of too. So that's commendable at least there in the industry. But, but certainly not where they expected to be, you know, as part of my research, I ended up spending three and a half years researching reporting this book, and I was actually going over an Email from Mark Mark Zuckerberg to the Oculus CEO, Brendan rebe from a month or two before they choir them, and Mark was saying that he. Estimated there would be fifty to one hundred million VR headsets about five years from that. And so we're almost at the five year, Mark. And there certainly are not, you know, there's probably one or two million VR headsets out there. And that's you know, one twentieth. The expectation was. Wow. Well, so then I wonder is it a book about how the having the good technology is not enough. Having the best technology is not always a winning formula expectations is a big part of it and messaging is a big part of it too. And I think the backlash to the acquisition of Oculus by Facebook. It was a good indication of how poorly handled that messaging, and how the VR community felt about Facebook being involved in this thing that you know, all technology is intimate but VR's incredibly intimate. It's it's on your face. It it can track your eye movements. There's cameras in your house. So Facebook be involved in. This was really nervous to a lot of people. Let's stare down that hard reality that the tech maybe is just way harder than anybody gives it credit for and that that it was the ultimately like a lack of of software and a lack of really truly immersive experiences in motion sickness and right. I mean, are you bearish or bullish on virtual reality overall? I'm still more bullish than ever and part of that as emotional, you know, when people take off the virtual reality headset after the first demo, so many people, I know my wife included says, wow, I just saw the future that's the future. And you don't even really know what that means. How do you make a business out of something that we all agree is very cool. But what is the value to that? Is it entertainment is productivity. You know, that that is why you still see Google and Microsoft and apple on these other big tech players still just dipping their toe into virtual reality and augmented reality because there's not really, you know, money to be made there. But also, there's still doubt that it's ever going to be. The future. Blake Harris is the author of the history of the future, which is out now tomorrow, we'll talk more with him about that Facebook acquisition, and how technology aside Oculus core community never really forgave the company, and how Facebook's vision for the future of Biard might have been too much too soon. And now for some related links. The book is of course, also detailed story about the controversial Oculus founder Palmer lucky who got himself embroiled in the politics of the two thousand sixteen presidential election. Two was also sued for half a billion dollars for intellectual property theft related to the creation of his Oculus headsets. Anyway, that guy Palmer lucky has a new company that develops virtual reality and artificial intelligence tech. And it reportedly just got a big contract from the Pentagon to work on that TAC as part of the government's project maven project maven is the only sort of secret initiative to develop better artificial intelligence and image recognition for military drones. It is also, of course, the project that famously caused such outcry among Google employees that the company canceled its Pentagon contract to develop military tack. Palmer lucky is new company has funding support and former employees from Peter Teal's founders fund and his data analytics company Pailin tier? Palate. Here, of course, is a big provider of tech to the defense department and police agencies. I'm Molly would and that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Sunpro from Pitney Bowes, San pro online software makes it easy to save time and money, no matter what you ship or mail print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. 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LA homeless advocates have a new tech tool for affordable housing

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:05 min | 2 years ago

LA homeless advocates have a new tech tool for affordable housing

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed, are you hiring with? Indeed, you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And by send pro from Pitney Bowes, send pro online software makes it easy to save time and money print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit PB dot com slash tech. That's PB dot com slash tech. How LA housing agencies are trying to use tech to match homeless people with homes from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. If you need a ride somewhere Uber or lift will match you with a car, and a driver enough, you go if you're a landlord renting, a house you posted on Zillow and renters can find you tech has made it really easy for most of us to get matched up with what we need with just a few clicks or swipes. But this like so much technology is not evenly distributed nonprofit housing agencies work to help homeless and low income people. Find a place to live a lot of the time the agencies may even have funding to help pay for that housing. But right now, a caseworker looking for a house for someone still has to do a ton of analog work. Lot of phone calls a lot of even just driving around in general communities and looking for rent. It's a lot of beating the pavement that Sherry Weaver. She directs homeless outreach at harbor interfaith services in Los Angeles. She says that's all time that case workers don't get to spend helping there. In other ways like with medical care or other services. I've been working in HAMAs services for the past seventeen years, and I can remember back in my days of case management. Always kinda wishing and hoping that there was just this one place that I could go to in my search to find this listing of housing units, and that's even more. So in this day and age with just the really low vacancy rate in LA. There's a new tech tool to help a new platform called lease up is a website that makes it easier for landlords to list, affordable housing units. And for nonprofits to find those homes. Jennifer heartbeats is executive director of the large housing nonprofit path or people assisting the homeless. That's the agency that created lease up. It works just like Zillow or Craigslist online or a mobile phone and case workers can shop for housing with their clients. They can see pictures of the units, they can see all of the specifics, like number of budge rooms know, whether it's first floor second floor. And that can really streamline the process then on the back end they can request to see the unit through one of our staff who's gonna contact the landlord directly heartbeats says that last part is huge. There's such a shortage of low income housing the right now landlords get flooded with calls on a single unit from lots of different agencies or individuals. Lisa is designed to encourage landlords to list their properties because it make sure they just talked to one person right now there are about six hundred landlords on the Lisa platform. Heartbeats would like to get two thousand units on lease up in the next year. And more importantly, she says they want to get people into homes faster the longer and individuals out on the street, the more that it taxes are emergency departments are first responders. And personally, the more that it taxes the individual or family, you know, they're in survival mode and trying to do the best they can on a day-to-day basis. So the faster that we can get them into a permanent home the better for the entire commune. Unity. Lisa is funded by a sales tax increase passed in LA county in twenty-six teen that set aside money to help the homeless, but heartbeat says, the model of a simple platform for connecting agencies to landlords is expanding to Santa Barbara already and should be a model for the rest of California and even the country. And now for some related links. We actually just had a story on marketplace. The other day interviewing New York Times reporter on the history of tech companies trying to solve the housing crisis. Spoiler alert hasn't gone that well, the upshots Emily badger talked to Amy Scott about how even though there are billions of dollars invested in making it easier to find a home. None of that has made the housing any cheaper. You can find that story and the link to the upshot piece at marketplace, tech dot org. But that story doesn't mean the tech won't keep trying especially since the industry. Get so much blame for the high salaries and the big stock option payouts that cause housing prices to pop out of reach of people who don't have the money to throw around. So now, you're seeing venture capital funds and exceleron or is looking to invest in companies that somehow address affordable housing issues. There's one called meta prop, for example in New York City. And in fact, there's a wave of investment in real estate related technology overall because let's be honest. There's also. Money to be made whether it's in residential or co working or construction, and of course, it wouldn't be a tech investment trend without a fun little name for it. I there was fintech for financial stuff ensure tech for insurance. And now, there's prop tech like for property. Nobody kidding. Look it up. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Sunpro from Pitney Bowes, San pro online software makes it easy to save time and money, no matter what you ship or mail print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale when you visit PBA dot com slash tech. That's PBA dot com slash tech.

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"sunpro" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"sunpro" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed, are you hiring with? Indeed, you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And Bryce Sunpro from Pitney Bowes, Sunpro online software makes it easy to save time and money print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p dot com slash tech. That's PB dot com slash tech. With all these streaming services films knobs have to be in seventh heaven, right right from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. It's Oscar season a time when we celebrate the history of film, but what if you want to actually sit down and watch some classics that was the selling point of one streaming service film struck that AT and T recently shuttered fills drug showcased directors like Fellini, Kurosawa Kubrick. It was the darling of Sinophile for the two years it existed given that streaming giants like Netflix and Amazon seemed to be focused on making their own original content. Could the golden age of streaming actually mean that film history falls through the cracks and Hornets is senior film critic for the Washington Post. She has high level thoughts on the death of film strike and the future of classic film. She says film strike never released its subscriber numbers her best educated. Guess is about one hundred thousand compared to about one hundred and forty million Netflix subscribers that's tiny. But Hornets says the fan base for classic or indie films has. Value beyond sheer size. It's a highly engaged audience. It's a very loyal audience. I mean, they have value. So whether the movies themselves, quote, unquote, don't have monetary value. I would maintain that they do have value. You know, in terms of the people who watch them, and what they are willing to pay to watch them, and it's not just everyday viewers, but also filmmakers who care about access to a rich array of film history the day after films struck announced it was closing. I happen to spend time with Barry Jenkins who won the Oscar a few years ago, his movie moonlight won the Oscar for best picture. He's just out this year with an exquisite movie called spiel street could talk he is an ecstatic student of film, he's constantly reaching back into the cannon into the history of the medium to enlarge and elaborate on his own emerging vocabulary and language and so for someone like him he was Crespi. On that it was going away. Because you know, when you talk about people like Barry Jenkins or Paul Thomas Anderson or Guillaume or del Toro, all of whom came out very very vociferously to support the site a resource like film struck helps these emerging artists to find their voice. And then it's also educating all of us viewers in terms of what they're doing. I think it was sighted of Warner Brothers and their corporate overlord AT and T not to kind of see the value in that. As the new streaming giants court the best in the business to make their original content or today says showing support for the canon of great film could be a hook. I think that's what Netflix has proven this year so aggressively going after people like I'll find so Koran and spending so much on the Oscar campaign for his movie for people like Martin scores says he will these are film lovers. And I mean, I think as they're trying to impress these tours and convince them. To come with them because they love art, and they love or tourism, a show of good faith would be to express your support of this archival legacy work. I mean, I think that could really sway somebody. She says despite the demise of film strike. There are other ways to stream vintage movies art house and cult films and other non mainstream cinema. There's a subscription service fan door. Also, canopy with a K available with your public library card and the library of congress L O, C dot gov. I got admit I'm not a major film buff. So I asked Hornets for suggestions on what to watch something. That's not a superhero movie, she suggested not a film, but a TV show on stars. And I kind of freaked out. Can I tell you what I'm obsessed with it's it's it's not even the one. I'm obsessed with speaking of stars is counterpart. I'm totally caught up on her part. We did this last week. I just don't know what I'm gonna do. I'm beside myself. I it's so good. Yeah. There's out. I've pretty good taste. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Sunpro from Pitney Bowes, San pro online software makes it easy to save time and money, no matter what you ship or mail print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale when you visit PBA dot com slash tech. That's PBA dot com slash tech.

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In the golden age of streaming, does film history have a place?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:40 min | 2 years ago

In the golden age of streaming, does film history have a place?

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed, are you hiring with? Indeed, you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And Bryce Sunpro from Pitney Bowes, Sunpro online software makes it easy to save time and money print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p dot com slash tech. That's PB dot com slash tech. With all these streaming services films knobs have to be in seventh heaven, right right from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. It's Oscar season a time when we celebrate the history of film, but what if you want to actually sit down and watch some classics that was the selling point of one streaming service film struck that AT and T recently shuttered fills drug showcased directors like Fellini, Kurosawa Kubrick. It was the darling of Sinophile for the two years it existed given that streaming giants like Netflix and Amazon seemed to be focused on making their own original content. Could the golden age of streaming actually mean that film history falls through the cracks and Hornets is senior film critic for the Washington Post. She has high level thoughts on the death of film strike and the future of classic film. She says film strike never released its subscriber numbers her best educated. Guess is about one hundred thousand compared to about one hundred and forty million Netflix subscribers that's tiny. But Hornets says the fan base for classic or indie films has. Value beyond sheer size. It's a highly engaged audience. It's a very loyal audience. I mean, they have value. So whether the movies themselves, quote, unquote, don't have monetary value. I would maintain that they do have value. You know, in terms of the people who watch them, and what they are willing to pay to watch them, and it's not just everyday viewers, but also filmmakers who care about access to a rich array of film history the day after films struck announced it was closing. I happen to spend time with Barry Jenkins who won the Oscar a few years ago, his movie moonlight won the Oscar for best picture. He's just out this year with an exquisite movie called spiel street could talk he is an ecstatic student of film, he's constantly reaching back into the cannon into the history of the medium to enlarge and elaborate on his own emerging vocabulary and language and so for someone like him he was Crespi. On that it was going away. Because you know, when you talk about people like Barry Jenkins or Paul Thomas Anderson or Guillaume or del Toro, all of whom came out very very vociferously to support the site a resource like film struck helps these emerging artists to find their voice. And then it's also educating all of us viewers in terms of what they're doing. I think it was sighted of Warner Brothers and their corporate overlord AT and T not to kind of see the value in that. As the new streaming giants court the best in the business to make their original content or today says showing support for the canon of great film could be a hook. I think that's what Netflix has proven this year so aggressively going after people like I'll find so Koran and spending so much on the Oscar campaign for his movie for people like Martin scores says he will these are film lovers. And I mean, I think as they're trying to impress these tours and convince them. To come with them because they love art, and they love or tourism, a show of good faith would be to express your support of this archival legacy work. I mean, I think that could really sway somebody. She says despite the demise of film strike. There are other ways to stream vintage movies art house and cult films and other non mainstream cinema. There's a subscription service fan door. Also, canopy with a K available with your public library card and the library of congress L O, C dot gov. I got admit I'm not a major film buff. So I asked Hornets for suggestions on what to watch something. That's not a superhero movie, she suggested not a film, but a TV show on stars. And I kind of freaked out. Can I tell you what I'm obsessed with it's it's it's not even the one. I'm obsessed with speaking of stars is counterpart. I'm totally caught up on her part. We did this last week. I just don't know what I'm gonna do. I'm beside myself. I it's so good. Yeah. There's out. I've pretty good taste. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Sunpro from Pitney Bowes, San pro online software makes it easy to save time and money, no matter what you ship or mail print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale when you visit PBA dot com slash tech. That's PBA dot com slash tech.

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Investors are hungry for meat-replacement technologies

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:26 min | 2 years ago

Investors are hungry for meat-replacement technologies

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by our L A podcast, exploring ethics and technology in the latest episodes, host Malaysia Zomorodian investigates, all the personal data collected while shopping online, and why passwords are horrible and how to fix them IRL wherever podcasts are found or at. I IRL podcasts dot org and by Sunpro from Pitney Bowes, Sunpro online software makes it easy to save time and money print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit PBA dot com slash tech. That's PB dot com slash tech. Meat is being disrupted. Scientists pretty real though. I'm not gonna lie from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. They the impossible burger two point. Oh arrives in restaurants around the country. The company impossible foods won all kinds of best of CAS awards at the big tech show in Las Vegas last month for creating a plant based meat replacement that smells tastes and looks like real beef. I tried version one point zero at my neighborhood burger place in Oakland. And I admit it's pretty close. There's also all kinds of science going into growing meat from real meat sells LaRussa Rudin co is a biotechnology expert and visiting scholar in emerging technology at MIT, she says climate, change animal, welfare and human health are all driving huge investment in meat replacement technologies. So mcq plant side, we've probably have hundreds of millions of dollars pouring in from various sources, including some of the companies going public and some of the big ones have valuations in the low billions of dollars the clean need space is a little bit behind it in. Terms of funding, but I would say easily that the funding has been in the tens of millions of dollars may be approaching hundreds of millions. What do you think what challenges might come up as some of these technologies and efforts start to scale so some of the potential downstream ripple effects? If you will are what are the components that go in what what is the supply chain? Like where are we going to get the ingredients that go into culturing, these cells heart of the downstream values based affects is what's going to happen to the people who currently are ranchers are farmers. So well, it seems like it makes a ton of environmental sense to switch over completely as with every technology. Right. It has a lot of unintended consequences. It does have unintended consequences and part of the bid about unintended consequences is that you don't always know what they're going to be. And I think one of the goals here is to have scandal up. That's. Affordable. So that this doesn't just become food for rich people, and that it instead provides food for everyone at what point do you think? I mean, it's hard to predict. But at what point do you think that tipping point could occur? I think it's really going to be depending on on the technology. That's used to scale up and to ensure that you can get the price point down to a reasonable level. And the way to do this is not necessarily an immediate switch from one to the other. But rather a series of little steps where we slowly start moving from traditional ways of providing high protein food to people to more novel ways, but not necessarily in one single jump. Lewis Rudin co is a visiting scholar in emerging technology at MIT now if you wanna compare plant based burgers beyond meat and other meat replacement company as burger in Carl's junior as of last month called the beyond fair. Famous star burger blind taste test. Anyone I would get it. I will get it again. And now for some related links venture capital investment in food tech is up into the rights over the last five years or so according to the analytics firm CB insights as of mid twenty eighteen food and drinks startups had raised about nine and a half billion dollars. And there are new venture capital funds popping up dedicated just to investing in food tech like stray dog capital, new crop, capital, and Tara capital and big food companies are also creating corporate funds last October the Kraft Heinz company launched one hundred million dollar venture capital fund to invest in food tech, Tyson Foods and the Campbell Soup company. Also have funds or investment in emerging technology lake meat replacement, but also in things like tracing the food supply chain for safety purposes. And actually, even though we talk a lot about what I like to call Petri meat when it comes to beef experts told us that coming up with fish replacement is almost more urgent raising. And feeding cattle is really terrible for the environment. But overfishing is a crisis. Like, we're running out of fish right now. The Wall Street Journal had a good story last fall about attempts to create fish alternatives using everything from tomatoes for a sushi like product called he me to eggplant carrots and root vegetables mixed with p protein. He's like the bean. Look don't think about the pea protein think about saving a poor little fishy. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. You trust marketplace to cover more than business news. You rely on us to connect the dots between complex economic issues. And why they matter to you to keep public service journalism going, strong, please go to marketplace dot org today and become a marketplace investor with a donation in any amount, we appreciate your support. This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Kronos, no-one, compliments, you in their paycheck is correct. 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Costs are falling for renewable energy stored in batteries

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:19 min | 2 years ago

Costs are falling for renewable energy stored in batteries

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by well frame, their digital health management solution connects people and care teams through a patented platform so healthcare organizations can give people the support they need when and where they need it. Learn more at well frame dot com. You think home battery storage is for Latino swilling. Tesla driving yesterday's guess what? Frendo from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. One of the major challenges of using renewable energy sources like wind or solar is that there's overproduction when the sun shining in the wind's blowing and that's mostly during the day. But it seriously drops off at night when people tend to use the most power batteries can help smooth out those peaks and valleys, the tech has taken a while to get there and cost limited wider, adoption, but not so much anymore. Battery storage is a maturing industry. So what does this mean for regular people? Ravi megani is director of energy storage at wood McKenzie. He says the tech is getting two houses through transmission lines. Maybe even yours. It's definitely becoming an increasing part of the resource makes veteran communities are currently owning and operating. So even if the customer themselves not deploying battery storage they are getting the benefits of back. We storage in form of a consistent efficient energy supplies union. What's driving the demand furred cleaner? Energy. And and battery storage is it from consumers, or is it you tell these who are looking to costs. Oh, I think it's definitely a bit of vote. And if I may add taught elementary are facing a huge climate change problem today since that as being driven by that liters that are directing the utilities to go for cleaner winnable grid. But obviously, you know, one of the drivers is the cost reductions that we have seen while solar panels in the past fifteen years or so and and MAURICE being last eight to ten years back cost was come down pretty significantly talking about about eighty percent concert option or the bass decade for battery storage bribe you've been in the renewable energy sector for about a decade is demand accelerating now more quickly than anticipated. Yeah. So I mean, I'm gonna try to not good be game of thrones reference the coming, but we've been talking about since the beginning of this could be. He had been talking about that any historic this that next thing that is going to be wanted tonight the way the grid operates looks and for the first five years or so of that Becky that promise was never full for but something triggered in twenty to twenty sixteen. And when I say something, it's dominantly the hostile. Of course, the cost came to a level where those an automatic crossover. You know, you're you're ready to go hockey stick adoption of any any technology the first few years, it's it's flat. And then you reach that inflection point and the market just picks up. There are several drivers by the utilities and the end customers getting more familiar with that technology. That's a big splash. When they said, they're gonna selling power walls in fifteen that's going sided with the reason interest from the various market participants be and customers like residential winners or even large electric utilities or even some of the commercial players. Ravi megani is director of energy storage at wood McKenzie. He expects you. Scale battery projects to pick up a lot in twenty nineteen hard about maybe due to tax incentives winding down starting in twenty twenty now to get max cash back while it's available. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Sunpro from Pitney Bowes, San pro online software makes it easy to save time and money, no matter what you ship or mail print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale when you visit PBA dot com slash tech. That's PBA dot com slash tech.

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Facebook is looking to Instagram for the future of digital ads

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:34 min | 2 years ago

Facebook is looking to Instagram for the future of digital ads

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed, are you hiring with? Indeed, you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed that com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And by send pro from Pitney Bowes, send pro online software makes it easy to save time and money print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale when you visit PB dot com slash tech. That's PB dot com slash tech. Instagram is the younger, cooler, Facebook and advertisers thinks so too from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Yesterday on the show, we talked about advertisers on Facebook, and how they're not leaving the platform, but lots of them are migrating from Facebook proper to Instagram one analyst estimates that adds on Instagram will account for seventy percent of Facebook's new revenue by twenty twenty. And the most exciting thing for the company is stories the little post that expire after twenty four hours. Yeah. Instagram may have stolen the idea straight from Snapchat. But it's working there even stories on Facebook. Now, Mark Rabkin is BP of ads and business platform at Facebook in the second part of our conversation. He told me people are posting over a billion stories a day and advertisers better get on board. It's an amazing opportunity for businesses to use a similar kind of authentic more real voice and plug into people's lives in a great way. But the other thing we're talking about is this is kind of like a warning shot for how fast. Shifts happen in the mobile world. And a lot of what we're working on with businesses is telling him, hey, you gotta get on this train. But this is not the only one trains are going to be leaving the station every year Facebook has been holding boot camps for advertisers to teach them how to make these new kinds of ads. But what about the users who might not be excited to see way? More ads in there feeds I think people will be okay, we have over the years. You're so much experience. Figuring out how to add adds to a product in a way that people respect and enjoy we do absolutely extensive research on how people feel about the ads. So I think we'll be able to get people to a good place manage their expectations provide them a good experience. Just like we've done all the other products who've been able to monetize ads, but here's the thing about ads on Instagram. Lots of small companies are selling directly to people on social media. And even though they're Instagram. Ads may look great not all the companies are above board. I asked Rabkin iffy. Worries that ads for fake or low quality products will turn people off of Instagram Matt's completely like that time me and all my friends about the same great, looking yoga pants that turned out to be cheap and awful and didn't fit anyone what we're starting to make a lot of progress on is kind of measuring how happy people are after experience. Both you know after they buy something like yoga pants. How do they browse ads in the future? Or are. They still into them is different and we're trying to manage it. So that every experience you have with ads on Facebook or Instagram makes you more confident and happier and more likely to engage with businesses on the future. And if we find that the opposite is happening than we're managing those companies Rabkin said Facebook is experimenting with things like augmented reality. Adds to that let you virtually try on makeup or see how a couch might look in your living room using your phone's camera one thing is for sure though, Instagram is where the money is so expect a lot more commerce in your feed very soon. And now for some related links. This week's make me smart podcast. With me in Cairo doll is all about Instagram. And whether we're fooling ourselves by thinking. It's the kinder gentler less data, hungry alternative to Facebook. I mentioned in the podcast that I actually find Instagram's adds to be so well targeted that. It's almost scary. And I know at least one person who recently confessed to a full blown insta- shopping addiction. And as it happens. I found a funny story on business insider about a woman who bought a sweater that she on Instagram, and then realized that everyone else her age and in her area had not only seen the same sweater in there feeds, but some of them had bought it to no one is unique in ad targeting. You can read that story on marketplace tech dot org and check out a Forbes piece that is much darker on the topic of targeted online tracking. It's about a one man company that for twenty nine dollars. We'll let you buy an ad campaign to manipulate any specific person you want on social media like one guy targeted his wife with messages about how playing ten hours of video games. A week is a good thing to women use the service to encourage a co worker to quit her job because they didn't like her and the most popular service targets women with ads about how they should initiate sex for twenty nine dollars. We are all living in the Truman show people Cobra the story, and then try to forget you ever read it because honestly, I don't even know why we use the internet. Sometimes I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM Patrick in Santa Cruz. California wrote to us to say marketplace is an essential element in his life. 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Tech can sift through video evidence...but can it avoid bias?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:48 min | 2 years ago

Tech can sift through video evidence...but can it avoid bias?

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by our L A podcast, exploring ethics and technology in the latest episodes, host Malaysia Zomorodian investigates, all the personal data collected while shopping online, and why passwords are horrible and how to fix them IRL wherever podcasts are found or at. I IRL podcasts dot org, and by send pro from Pitney Bowes, send pro online software makes it easy to save time and money print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit PBA dot com slash tech. That's BB dot com slash tech. Assume everything you're doing is being recorded on video seems like a gold mine for the police except there's too much gold from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. Hardly anything happens. These days that isn't caught on video whether it's smartphone security cameras drones even doorbells have cameras built in these days. And all that video can be a great thing for law enforcement evidence galore, except for a few problems one there so much video that companies and law enforcement agencies are developing algorithms and machine learning to sift through it looking for patterns or places or people and to that technology can have all the same biases and flaws as the people who designed it. Kelly gates is an associate professor at the university of California, San Diego who studied the rise of forensic video evidence, it will become more difficult. Once you have these algorithms systems to understand the forms of bias that are designed into them. It will require a lot of expertise to be able to understand how others work and to be able to identify the kinds of bias that are being built in. And I think that that's going to require a lot of over. Oversight and technically informed oversight. How does this kind of expectation of constant surveillance in some ways shaping the legal system? Well, I think that there's rarely these CSI moments, for example, where technologies are applied or some kind of enhancement technique is introduced and kind of smoking gun appears so that the decisive evidence is discovered that solves the case. More often, there's a lot of work that goes into using video from surveillance systems or from other sources to put together timelines into establish sequences of events and that process, there's potential there for not just outright falsification or intentional false vacation of evidence. Although that is a real problem, but also all kinds of implicit bias or even unconscious bias that comes from the. The legal system whereby, you know, forensic analysts who are doing this kind of work are working under or in very close cooperation with prosecutors. So there's a lot of need to resist the temptation in other words to just simply find exactly what is needed to gain a conviction. Well, so I imagine there's a private video economy developing here, right? What can you tell us about the companies that are working on this? This is not the exclusive domain of you know, law enforcement agencies there are specialized companies for higher that do this kind of work companies like acts on which is formerly tasers which offers a suite video forensics, tools that offers law enforcement customers, and I think, you know, again, there's a real need to see that these companies make the technologies that they're developing transparent because these are technologies being used by our legal system. Kelly gates is an associate professor at the university of Cal. San diego. The video evidence situation gets even Messier when you consider how easy it's become to create fake videos that are almost impossible to distinguish from real ones. The government tech agency DARPA has spent almost seventy million dollars in the last two years on technology to spot so called deep fake videos. And now for some related links. Yes, it is back. Happy new year and happy Monday. Hey, you know, it's probably already making tech news this week C ES. Yup. I'm there right now, actually, and I'll be sending little dispatchers throughout the week. Even though the wonderful. Jed Kim will actually be hosting the show you'll hear those updates here in related links. Our senior producer Yves tro is with me attending her first ever CAS. And I've tried my best to prepare her for the sights. The sounds the two our taxi lines, the miles and miles and miles of walking the overwhelming flashing lights, and the weirdo little gadgets that you didn't even think you could possibly connect to the internet put you just can't know what it's going to be like until you hit the ground. And until my first report tomorrow follow along with my coverage on Twitter at Molly, wood and on Instagram. You'll find me at Molly would fro and you'll get to see how even hanging in there. I'm Molly would and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Sunpro from Pitney Bowes, San pro online software makes it easy to save time and money, no matter what you ship or mail print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale when you visit PBA dot com slash tech. That's PBA dot com slash tech.

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"sunpro" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"sunpro" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

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"sunpro" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"sunpro" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Joining us adam hart great weight your beer let me ask you something straight outta sifi then knowing and and looking at the evolution of stars in the sun is there a way to look in judge with our sun how long it's life expectancy is will there be a time when those son than our sun we'll blot out eventually yeah actually armed apart we know pretty well at the meeting the thing that you know here at the point her country we know are free well we understand how they work we understand other forming we understand how they guy and come at understanding we know that the sun had about five billion years of of life in it still will continue to burn for another five billion years and then at the end of its lifetime it's going to run outta nuclear fuel and it'll swell off into what's called a red giant and it'll be gets so large that will actually swallow up the uh uh the inner climates mercury venus and probably swell all the way up to earth so i will definitely be the end of our lifetime at that point but we're we're good we're still a couple of billion years away from that well that you know the difference between had an interesting thing so you want to think like longterm investment you go down the even though the the sun sunpro has another five billion years of life the the habitable period a period when uh the earth you know can sustain life may only be less than a billion years maybe even you know maybe only a few hundred million years i'll left because you know the sun is continually slowly heating up and at some point the the temperature of the earth which response to the you know the radiation coming from the sun on will rise to the point at ccri much you won't be able to have life on earth anymore so we what it is remarkable i'm cosmic timescales were kind of heading towards the end of i urge habitable period we still of at least a couple hundred thousand years left in this rotten million year we have honey and so uh billion bright we're good all right so that's where it yet no now let let's talk about this because you know.

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"sunpro" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"sunpro" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"sunpro" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"sunpro" Discussed on The Starters

"In a dunk are guardians larry dander j director and you're only missing one a big man known for sunpro the knicks got a little celtics in the know from mostly for the buffalo braves years rally math bobby max god one hundred one we'll go read it the great one ozone degrees in because of john us what he's done on earth it's now are now just a rare stagg rare feat that we are going to be trapped in that escape room just got out to solve it could clues there from task lots more still become could in your viewer feedback will say don't go anywhere you watch and starts twitter shop two the same who and wore a y per se why the segment popularized by ten before tip what we stole it just kidding they stole from us we're all rats were at the same network we can share the same sangminh we can even give you are stinky we give them our sting no i'm going to give you guys three conversations that happened more didn't happen in the national basketball association between the playbyplay man a color broadcaster maybe a sideline reporter maybe another man on the broadcast just kidding a guest just this is we're going straight playbyplay and color man three opportunities here first one air collins and dell curry make their first appearance and say what this season more nitz hosting the bucks on november first parties the official food of the charlotte hornets and fox sports southeast you made me hungrier when's last call in the media room for food half an hour after the final heart we'll get you there 614 remaining hornets leading by double digits for the first time in this game we got me hearty in there.

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"sunpro" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"sunpro" Discussed on The Starters

"In a dunk are guardians larry dander j director and you're only missing one a big man known for sunpro the knicks got a little celtics in the know from mostly for the buffalo braves years rally math bobby max god one hundred one we'll go read it the great one ozone degrees in because of john us what he's done on earth it's now are now just a rare stagg rare feat that we are going to be trapped in that escape room just got out to solve it could clues there from task lots more still become could in your viewer feedback will say don't go anywhere you watch and starts twitter shop two the same who and wore a y per se why the segment popularized by ten before tip what we stole it just kidding they stole from us we're all rats were at the same network we can share the same sangminh we can even give you are stinky we give them our sting no i'm going to give you guys three conversations that happened more didn't happen in the national basketball association between the playbyplay man a color broadcaster maybe a sideline reporter maybe another man on the broadcast just kidding a guest just this is we're going straight playbyplay and color man three opportunities here first one air collins and dell curry make their first appearance and say what this season more nitz hosting the bucks on november first parties the official food of the charlotte hornets and fox sports southeast you made me hungrier when's last call in the media room for food half an hour after the final heart we'll get you there 614 remaining hornets leading by double digits for the first time in this game we got me hearty in there.

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"sunpro" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"sunpro" Discussed on KOIL

"And all those goods and i and also gush how did they do it matterson broker had an exclusive interview with the governor cuomo governor cuomo they were well as brothers also anchorman for a cnn but maybe that had something to do with i'm not sure but bigger exclusive interview that gubler with manders sunpro perrine now the news media they're really something aren't they gosh they sure are nbc and their affiliates informing us live last night that not only is this not the true face of islam but it could just as easily have been a catholic welfare if he had been a catholic a couple of where careful it could have been a catholic the hate catholics they loved jehad it's funny thing about liberals and other they're cookie and also msnbc and it was ever said be both times i think but uh cnn's doubtless was talking about it to their pushing big gun thing are pushing the gun thing there've they're back to the gun thick well we're gonna banned guns are what are you people what happened to your brains i just don't understand what happened of they spent it's the agenda first less and always hurts party first party last party always party party party party all the time they're just toe the party wide no matter what they posture themselves as journalists when they're not and they just pursue the party line 247 it is at amazing thing to watch it's almost breathtaking the adherence to the doctrine of the dogma of the party is absolute and they must not deviate oh speaking of which are the party doctrine and all that stuff there is a crazy tests what has just nuts well it's a planned parenthood planned parenthood has they have affiliates to come and i found what yesterday that has just just unbelievable they've planned parenthood people have a are at what they called planned parenthood black community after they call it margaret sanger's dream come true it really is the extermination is ongoing drought santa thing about it but the planned parenthood black community people they have a twitter account and as you might imagine and cost almost nothing.

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"sunpro" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:54 min | 4 years ago

"sunpro" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Zillions of older americans during and after disasters such as hurricanes good recollection of what we all saw two thousand eleven in your home county luzerne county i can remember how many counties i went to but we have northeastern sunpro in southeastern pennsylvania almost virtually half the state affected by by i want he's right terminology irene was a hurricane lee was a tropical storm as a technically but there were both bad the house ben asian was terrible pop in for me it was it was odd case is the ranking democrat on the senate special committee on eating it was an eyeopener because i have never been affected personally by by a terrible storm or flood and even as a public official i'm not sure i've ever been as close to it as i was in 2011 when we will be walking through those communities them in most cases a few days after a gets in some may be only hours but a what i what i learned from that is just how how violating that is or how how uh i'll devastating that is in a very personal even emotional way member friend of mine who is how the ultimate tough guy never bothered by anything always confident even cocky about everything i walked up to him house have been flooded i walked up once the how's it going he just start dissolved in tears this really tough tough guy um just was absolutely devastated so that gave me an inside i gets into the the horror of it in what we saw in texas and florida were saying all these days in in all these other places um maybe even worse than that i saw in 2011 so one point that you made was the importance of good data in to inform decisionmaking uh we work together as you mentioned on the steam gauges in helping to gather information talk to us about what data you use to inform your decision making when you've got an emergency an impending in in this case of an impending a hurricane with what david that you use this is not really hard i it's we start with the critical data hydrological data from the national weather service that's why i say that agency is critical for the information that day sand two pima the pennsylvania emergency management agency the down to luzerne county emergency management agency in that flow of data to us they can they have some of.

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"sunpro" Discussed on Quit

Quit

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"sunpro" Discussed on Quit

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"sunpro" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"sunpro" Discussed on KGO 810

"Jio hey hey journey time hand o'clock good morning to you i can mcallister infrared vr cart overall result of routine inspections at you as nuclear weapons bases are now off limits pentagon says it is to prevent adversaries from learning too much about us nuclear weapons vulnerabilities the critics say locking at in permission goes too far new jersey governor chris christie is top deputy who is running to succeed him as governor he'll be termed out that's his use of a beach state park close to the public because of a government shutdown is beyond words republican lieutenant governor kim guadagno lashing out at the republican governor today saying she would not be sitting on the beach of taxpayers also did not did not have access to that state beach over the weekend warrior star andreas would all our andrei dollar rather resigned with the warriors it was reportedly more than money that clinched the deal although the threeyear contract worth around forty eight million dollars didn't heard it would allah told nba tv that the tears of his 10yearold son medic huge difference he said his son he told us sunday might be leaving the bay area that he started to cry and the background of this conversation you can hear his embarrassed sunpro tass then a widow of backpedalling thing he was close to tears but not crying worriers fans have the emotions of a child that thing for keeping the champion warriors together and the promoter of a failed bahamas music festival is out on bail after being arrested friday on a fraud charge ap correspondent julie walker the fire festival had promised an experience like no other ticket buyers said they got almost nothing billy macfarland is charged with scheming to defraud investors in his company fire media the charges stem from his promotion of that festival billed as an ultraluxurious event taking place on the island of eggs zuma with major acts performing but those performers backed out the show was cancelled prosecutors say macfarland used fake documents to trick investors he was freed on three hundred thousand dollars bail julie walker new york.

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