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Eastern Australia Is Facing Worst Floods In Decades

Environment: NPR

02:07 min | 6 months ago

Eastern Australia Is Facing Worst Floods In Decades

"Less than two years. After bushfires blazed across australia the countries east coast is seeing its worst flooding in decades. Some areas accumulated over yard of rainfall since downpours started last thursday. Tens of thousands have been ordered to evacuate on sunday alone. Five hundred giga leaders of water. The same volume of water and sydney harbour spilled out of sydney's largest dam even as rain subsides. The floodwater will still post trouble for weeks to come joined now by laura chung who has been reporting on all of this for the sydney morning herald. Welcome thank you for having me. Thank you for being with us. So what are you hearing from people on the ground there. Can you talk about the scope of the damage that they've seen so far of course say unlike the bush fires. We don't actually have a clear image of how much has just been damaged or destroyed. We know it's significant part of the state but what we do know is there has been water. Everywhere we've heard and seen houses just picked up floating down rivers that used to be farms and paddocks we've heard of livestock just being completely washed away their videos and of cows and horses just trying to make it through these really heavy floodwaters and what used to be straits and headaches just now yet completely flooded with water right up to where the pow lines off so if you can imagine that it is very striking image. What about people who didn't weren't able to evacuate and are now stranded. I mean how are rescue operations going right now for a lot of people who live in these low lying plains. Floods aunt anything new to them. They've lived with them before they know how to prepare for them. But there are a lot of people who would just not quite ready for how quickly the water would come up So we've got thousands of volunteers from the state. Emergency service who out there along with police on an interstate help as well. Who are rescuing people in. Bart's people saint helicopters being deployed to try and aol if people out of certain areas. And you're not only are off volunteers having to deal with the really intense flooding conditions. They're also having to deal with the wildlife. That's coming their way as

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Can Australia and China learn to get along?

Between The Lines

05:36 min | 8 months ago

Can Australia and China learn to get along?

"Tensions with china. Australia's tried stash with. China has escalated sharply with savage new tariff. Sit hit our wine industry hard from tomorrow. All australian wine will be hit with a one hundred to two hundred per cent hike. A move gross. I will devastate the industry. There was an abc news account of china hitting our wine sector of course assign deterioration of sino australian relations in the past. Gee indeed relationship between our nations have not been so dismal in more than half a century that is since before them opened ties with communist china. Mainland we give expression to new international album. No nation is on you. Aspirations symbolize law china upon our region. That was then prime minister. Gough whitlam ushering in a new era of cooperation between beijing and camber that was in nineteen seventy three. However in the past year in response to cambridge calls for an inquiry into the origins of covid nineteen. The chinese government has launched an unprecedented economic retaliation against our export industries. We mentioned one. Is bali. Beef lamb cotton lobster timber call and so on. Now you might ask not unreasonably. Why can't cambridge just restore relations with china indeed. How often have you heard the critics. Say if only camera toned down its rhetoric. Restored a dialogue rebuild trust with beijing. If the government did all these things did more to accommodate china all would be well instead where told cambra native sleep provokes trade partner by implementing foreign interference laws rejecting the wildlife. Fog j. network beat and calling for an inquiry into the origins of the crown of ours. Now that's what the critics site and you've heard many of them on this show in recent years. The hugh watt the jeff rabies. The stephen fitzgerald's the linda jakobsen's the giants lawrenson and some of them. however kanchana really rise peacefully. And is it really fair to say that when there's trouble it's invariably the fault of either washington's hawkish policies or a net australian diplomacy. How do you deal with our largest trade partner that is converting its economic might into strategic and military clout. Well we have a terrific panel is political editor of the sydney morning herald paid. His forthcoming book is called red zone. China's challenge australia's future as published by lacking books. Get i paid. I welcome back to national tomo. As a pleasure and she'll mahbubani is a distinguished fellow at the national university of singapore's asia research institute keisha. Most recent book is called. Has china won. The chinese challenge to american promessi k. Show it's also a pleasure to welcome you back to between the lines especially it'd be backed up now. Many australians as you will know are understandably anxious about what they see. Is china's discrimination against australia. What do you think is targeting. Us and abbey's measures against our exports justified in your judgment. Let me try tom to be very frank and help flow by giving you. What's that regional exception of australia. In the larger context the world has changed. We have gone from the euro than domination of world history to us. The ancient century and australia is very lucky that it is situated in the heart of issues now but australia still behaves culturally a western society in an asian dominated environment. And just to give you one simple example but you walk into an asian home. Most times you take off your shoes. That's asian culture. This not western culture the take off your shoes now with decide their fall to live and work in sight and asian home. Do you want to try and understand the issue norms or do you want to work. Only with western nas. That's the fundamental question that australia faces. Well you have risen case your that as westin palace slowly but steadily received from asia australia could be lifted stranded together with new zealand as the sole western entities in asia and paid a casual guys on following on from what he just said that quote as western power recedes. Globally australia's predominantly western population could feel very isolated and lonely. Niger asia paid a hatchet. How would you respond to katia model. Bonnie depends on how you define whist and tom If western society western values includes retaining liberties if it allows us to have free speech freedom of association freedom to choose our governments and reject them. Then i think straightens would happily subscribe to the definition of wisden

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Why Australia just changed one word in its national anthem

WBZ Midday News

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Why Australia just changed one word in its national anthem

"New call to tweak Australia's national anthem. More on that from CBS is Debra Rodriguez. Weeks after high school student Olivia Fox sang the national anthem in the indigenous Yara language at a rugby match. She may have to learn a new version in a Sydney Morning Herald op Ed Prime Minister Scott Morrison proposes changing the song by one word. In the first line for we are young and free would become for we are one and free to recognize Australia's indigenous history. The move is already gaining support across political parties. Deborah Rodriguez CBS News the song Advance Australia Fair was written back in 18 78 became a national anthem in 1984 replacing God Save the Queen.

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IMG's Max Eisenbud on 2021 Tennis

Beyond The Baseline

05:02 min | 10 months ago

IMG's Max Eisenbud on 2021 Tennis

"Don't know if it's an official announcement but a quasi-official announcement. There will be an australian open. Looks like it's going to start every eighth three weeks of pushback from your perspective. Good thing bad thing. When did you hear what do you make of this announcement. I mean i think it's whenever you can play. You know it's a good thing. And i think the tennis world Has done a pretty good job of trying to play and keep the players safe I think the us open the catalyst. And i think or probably appreciating more. Now what the. Us open did seeing how difficult it has been with the australian open. So i think i think the. Us open really started. Everything engage some confidence players. and then You know and then you know what's happening with. The australian open is is pretty incredible minutes many every day. Something new You're at the mercy of the government and You know players have concerns like they should And there's some pretty strict quarantine common in australia. I mean some of those That's pretty tough. I mean and you know way different than the. Us open the us open really created a bumble. A look like the players were like going to camp. You know they're playing cards and having fun and and stuff. And i don't see that way you're in australia. So what are you gonna the takeaways from all this is the it's trillion government doesn't mess around. What what. What are you telling your players. But i imagine they're calling frequently for updates telling them be ready keep training keep working You know in every day. It's something new. We're trying to keep everybody updated in real time And that's players coaches parents. Lot of anxiety. I you thought your company. You had to get ready really quick because the i was you thought you were going to need to leave on december fourteenth and that was eating up people didn't know when do i take my vacation. Especially the guys that were playing late on now all of a sudden you're not rushing. It's it's even later so you know. Tennis players are creatures of habit. I mean they have you know so this has been very a lot of anxiety for the players. Have you seen the redistribution of prize. Money going off the sydney morning herald is my source but redistribution of one hundred thousand dollars granted does or australian dollars but still hundred first round prize money. I think there's a lot to that because there is from my understanding a lot of tournaments that are going to be moved or cancelled so if you were playing three or four tournaments Compared to one now. So i think there's some sort of formula there so i'm not exactly sure that adds up but i think that's what they're trying to do since you're blind coming there instead of playing your february swing. Maybe you're playing four tournaments. So i think it's a little bit of that. Have you had any players. Have you heard of any players. Who just it's it's too much and quarantines and a tow tells and its gates call me in april. Have you heard of any players who have thought about just opting out of the next few months here. I haven't heard that. But i definitely heard that people are Very concerned about the the strict quarantine I think. I don't know the latest. But i was hearing that you know you can only leave your room for five or six or seven hours A lot of talk about you know mental that good for your mental health. You're locked in your room But listen nobody. It's all healthy. Debate concerns for each other. You know especially. I think on the men's tour Nobody nobody like angry or i can't believe they're doing that. Just more conversation like is this the right thing. Can we come and do that. And then competed the highest levels. Should we wait longer so at more debate than anyone being drawn. A line in the sand saying okay. I'm not going to do that. I think everybody appreciates what craig tightly i mean. Everybody knows craig mean. he's you know. A giant in our industry So player friendly. The whole australian open is so player from. I think everybody appreciates what he and his team are trying to accomplish. But also understand that you know. They're at the mercy of the government who is not messing around.

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French children's podcast platform Keeku launches

podnews

02:51 min | 11 months ago

French children's podcast platform Keeku launches

"Key coup is a new french children's podcast platform which has just launched it features curated children's audio content from a variety of publishers curated by age group theme or time of day. The company says it's good to the mid screen time sprouts have released. Their platform stands for october and will publish these online. Every month from now on apple is now forty seven percent and spotify twenty four point four percent of all the data includes podcast apps episode generation downloads over the first seven days and lots more. The reuters institute has published a new report about daily news podcasts. The research points to them being very successful in terms of total downloads and highlights four types of daily news. Podcast currently available as recline is leaving. Vox the company. He co founded and joining the new york times as columnist and podcast host. He starts in january and leaving luminary. Your lander sang when he is now senior director for programming at npr. Google podcasts third. Most popular podcast app has now reached fifty million installations on android the fat. Mary's podcast is a podcast from australian restaurant. As jake smith and kenny. Graham who in recent episode described their employee's whining and self entitled according to the sydney morning herald podcast producer. James atkinson says that ad-libbing is a risky approach to content curation and business insider writes about your stralia in podcasters who are quote earning thousands of dollars a month for decades a quiet and remote australian country town nurtured a world-class monster. A man who often more than half a century is only now coming into focus as possibly this nation's serial killer his name. Is vince dempsey. Psychopath gangster child killer rapist. That's one of queensland's best known investigative journalists matthew khandan. He's launched a new true crime. Original with bush ca studios ghost gate road examines vince so dempsey a multiple murderer who claims to have killed thirty three people. Though it's thought the real number is more than one hundred. How i found my voice banquets third season. Samir ahmed hosts and talk. Show host graham norton based guest and focus on foot has won the gold award and the people's vote best arts and entertainment. Podcast at the lovey awards season six. We'll start on december. The eighteenth with an extended episode with richard thompson.

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Podcast Movement shifts to a virtual event

podnews

03:15 min | 1 year ago

Podcast Movement shifts to a virtual event

"We must take care of each other and protect those who matter most. This means that podcast movement will not take place in twenty twenty. We share this news with a heavy heart, but we know it's the right decision for everyone because we start with an exclusive today due to the ongoing Global Pandemic podcast movement, Twenty Twenty in Dallas. Texas has been canceled to take its place podcast movement. Will today announce what they expect to be? The world's largest ever virtual podcasting event podcast movement virtual over two weeks from October the nineteenth, all registered podcast movement. Twenty twenty attendees should take a look at your email. Your options and Pause Movement twenty twenty one has been confirmed for Aug in Nashville in Tennessee. PROCON succumbing to Amazon music and audible, it's official Lipson has quietly rolled out to distribution option for this service. Amazon is not announcing launch schedule. At this time, the announcement says the content license agreement that you have to sign does say that Amazon will not imbed any advertising in or re host your content. spotify now does video podcasts. The technology only place video when the screens on searching to audio only and using less bandwidth when video isn't required, according to the release, its functionality, which of course will be required for Joe Rogan. When he comes to the platform. In September the open podcast ecosystem also does video podcast supported by podcasts and podcasts among others. spotify implementation however appears to be a bit different and we've asked how it works. Next time you doubt the power of podcasting to make change a wonderful heartwarming story from the upsides that you'll find in our show notes now newsletter today it's a podcast that has created a movement of generosity and kindness. audio boom has announced its first half of two thousand hundred and financial results revenues up twenty percent year on year in spite of the panda make the company posted slightly less loss at one point two million dollars. Some new shows are being delayed though storyboards has launched what it calls, the first ever listening commenting system for private podcasts and internal audio and our podcast hosts pages now dated megaphone gained iab certification in May and we've added pod space a Swedish podcast host, thank you to feed ignites for becoming on latest supporter feed ignite offers production and social media support for podcasts based in the UK, but work everywhere, and we're grateful to them for their support. Focused News American skyjacked the final flight of Martin. McNally launches today. It looks at the story of a man who wanted to hijack a plane and get himself half a million dollars, haven't we? All is part of a partnership between imperative entertainments. PODCAST division had cumulus media's Westwood One. The press release for the plastic surgeon podcast, says the Best Plastic Surgery Podcast of twenty twenty is the plastic surgeon podcast by Dr Jeffords John and whom we to argue and richards famous food podcast gets a glowing review in the Sydney Morning Herald. Each episode can take parks up to six weeks to edit apparently blind me,

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Great Comet of 1861 discovered - May 13, 1861

This Day in History Class

03:21 min | 1 year ago

Great Comet of 1861 discovered - May 13, 1861

"Was made thirteenth eighteen. Sixty one Australian amateur astronomer. John Tebbit Observed Great Comet of Eighteen. Sixty line the comment was visible to the naked eye for about three months and it was visible through telescopes until eighteen. Sixty two John. It was born in in Windsor New South Wales and his father was a farmer. He developed an interest in astronomy early on thanks to conversations with his tutor at work and articles that he read by Astronomer John Russell Hind in eighteen fifty. Three Tebbit bought Marine sextant. He also had a clock with a seconds pendulum that regulated by making celestial observations and he had a small telescope over the next few years he acquired more instruments this first astronomical publication in the Sydney Morning Herald in eighteen fifty four when comments appeared. Tebbit would calculate their orbit. A comment isn't icy body in space that releases gas as it passes near the son in eighteen fifty eight. He observed Donizetti's comment in Australian Sky Timid also observed phenomena like meteors planets and variable stars between eighteen fifty four and eighteen sixty two. He published thirty four pieces in the Herald eighteen. Sixty the government astronomer William Scott and bite it Tebbit to work at the Sydney Observatory Turned down the request on May thirteenth eighteen. Sixty one tebbit was thirteen. The skies for comets. There is marine telescope. He saw a nebulous. Object Mir a star in the constellation a readiness. He decided to keep observing object. Tubby sent a letter to the Sydney Morning Herald announcing his discovery of the great comet of eighteen sixty one and it was published in the paper on May twenty fifth his twenty seventh birthday in it. He said the following while engaged. In examining the heavens with a small telescope. On the evening of Monday the thirteenth instant nebulous star of about the fifth magnitude in the Constellation. Our readiness attracted my attention. It was then a distant a few minutes of a decree from thirteen sixteen of the catalog. A star of the sixth magnitude. Finding there was no nebulous star in the catalog in the same position. I immediately conjectured. It must be comet. He went on to say that he realized the comet had moved half decree and that he had told William Scott about his observation announcement incited a considerable amount of public excitement and responses. Tebbit continued making observations on the comic for weeks. The comet became visible in the Northern Hemisphere. In late June earth passed through the comments tail causing meteor showers. It remained visible to the I for around three months but it stayed visible through a telescope for several more months. The comment is formally designated C eighteen. Sixty one J one and hundred sixty one to the term. Great Comet isn't an official designation but it typically describes comment that is extremely bright as most comments are not visible to the naked eye. And even when they are they're often fuzzy fate tebbit built his own small observatory and continue to publish his observations. The Great Comet is expected to return and the twenty third century

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"This is this is this is happened this is in the Sydney morning Herald is the other day seventy one year old guy John David chia in two thousand fourteen she paid people to cut down seventy four trees on his property and the government sued him I went to court that's why the papers now here we are six years later and the court finally ruled that he caused substantial harm to the environment and they find in twenty seven thousand dollars SO three to forty dollars per tree cut down trees on his property why did you cut down the trees he said he was worried about fire sweeping through it is on fire mitigation okay find four two thousand four this is why he did this two thousand for another guy Liam Shia he was fine sixty eight thousand dollars for by the Australian government for cutting down trees on his property in order to protect itself is fine sixty eight thousand US dollars five years later a massive fire roll through a hundred seventy three people died and his home was the only one left standing for miles but this is after years find sixty thousand dollars by the government two thousand one some Electric Company in in Australia they cleared sixty five yards of six yards like underneath the high voltage power lines seems like a smart move something we can do here in California and the government sued to the company they lost five hundred thousand dollars they call it environmental vandalism two years later NASA fire swept through wasn't caused by the power lines were massive fire swept through and that fire break that sixty five yard fire break was a sanctuary for the kangaroos and the wallabies the same animals that we're donating now to rescue and help who have no such sanctuary they did in that fire break well when I can't picture a wallaby I I could not yeah I don't know what well be looks like right now to go that route but you see the green environment policies are sending California same thing one.

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Wildfire disaster worsens as Australian Navy rescues evacuees stranded on a beach

Pacifica Evening News

05:54 min | 1 year ago

Wildfire disaster worsens as Australian Navy rescues evacuees stranded on a beach

"It's Saturday in Australia in the country was bracing for a furnace blast if he wins and raging wildfires in apocalyptic conditions deputy fire commissioner rob Rogers for the state of New South Wales said firefighters were under no illusion they would be able to halt the spread of the bush fires they were just hoping no more lives would be lost we're unfortunately very likely we will lose times tomorrow but will be very happy in local XSS if there's no lives lost that is S. single focus tomorrow latest news is two more people did die in the fires more than two hundred fires are burning and warnings of extreme danger to come prompted mass evacuations of tens of thousands of people in what may have been the largest such evacuation in Australian history the climate field wild fires are unprecedented traffic was gridlocked as people fled firefighters escorted convoys any evacuees's fires threaten to close roads navy ships were called in to pluck hundreds of people stranded on beaches the prime minister of Victoria declared a disaster across much of the eastern part of the state allowing the government to order evacuations in an area with as many as one hundred forty thousand permanent residence and tens of thousands more vacationers New South Wales declared a fire emergency Arthur Stevens a feature story news has more on the evacuations the evacuation of the communities and surrounds in the south of New South Wales and they know the studies to Victoria continues with potentially up to sixty thousand people like to be moved out the evacuations come as prime minister Scott Morrison who's a Tory devastated areas was jeered and tries out of cannot go with locals telling him he should be ashamed of himself after leaving the country to burn while she went on a Christmas holiday in Hawaii on Friday local firefighters were joined by thirty nine others and to lay eyes on officers from the U. S. one of the sixty one for the US the dead from Canada should be on the fire ground next week other Stevens Melbourne this week at least four hundred forty five homes were destroyed on the New South Wales southern coast and dozens of burned in Victoria ten deaths were confirmed in the two states this week Victoria authorities also said twenty eight people were missing fires also burning in Western Australia South Australia and Tasmania the navy evacuated about a thousand people from Malibu tell a coastal town in Victoria cut off for days by fires that forced as many as four thousand residents and tourists to shelter on beaches landing craft ferry people to a ship offshore evacuees waiting to board the ship to strive Smokin embers flying everywhere when the fires were at their worst prime minister Scott Morrison cut short a visit to co Bargo in New South Wales when locals yelled at him called him an idiot a scumbag and worse and criticized him for the lack of equipment to deal with the fires in town Morrison said he understood the anger of people affected by the fires Leslie to do was to provide the support of the calm of government and to assure them of of everything we are doing to support them in this time of night whether it's three direct assistance payments or whether it's the work of the strand defense force were getting in behind the emergency services if it here flying in fuel flying in supplies in an interview late in the day with the Australian broadcasting corporation Morrison was defensive about his handling of the crisis he did not I did you dig nor the warnings of fire chief said Australia was heading into a catastrophic fire season the prime minister repeatedly has asserted the fires are a natural disaster not the result of climate change experts though say global warming caused by burning fossil fuels has exacerbated the unprecedented wildfires in Australia and elsewhere around the world like California seven marks a feature story news spoke with the fire science professor who said eight thousand kilometer area of the Australian east coast about six hundred twenty miles a roughly the distance from you Rico telus Angelus likely will be affected this weekend the Australian prime minister Scott Morrison was forced out of one devastated town where residents of furious over his government's response the situation is beyond unprecedented wave sort of entering of scenarios that you couldn't Graeme out there if you want to tell you fire science professor David Bowman from the university of Tasmania the next activation but the weather conditions are going to deteriorate was this trial it will be impacted because then substrate has mine yeah and then the eastern part of the Korean something because you suck wiles expecting conditions possibly eclipsing what happened earlier this week it's going to be basically old huge thousand Cologne bottle on a full and that's gonna be driving up the age because and who knows what's going to get taken out by that smoke from the fires has now reached the shores of new Zealand's twelve hundred miles away I think yellow hazes descended on glaciers in the country's self island a popular tourist destination for No Way in Australasia is the crisis going to be resolved soon with FSN spotlight I'm Simon marks a Sydney university ecologist told the Sydney morning Herald that nearly five hundred million birds reptiles and mammals are likely to have perished in the state of New South Wales a lone frog bats and insects are excluded from his estimate making the toll on animals much

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Alan Duffy, US And Professor discussed on The Loveland Report

The Loveland Report

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Alan Duffy, US And Professor discussed on The Loveland Report

"And scientists have now revealed an asteroid called by some US city killer came closer to the U. S. then the bone this week then as they say they had no idea it was coming an astronomer for us professor Alan Duffy telling the Sydney morning Herald that if it had hit earth the asteroid would have had over thirty times

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Triton Digital acquires Omny Studio

podnews

02:39 min | 2 years ago

Triton Digital acquires Omny Studio

"Has acquired only studio, an enterprise podcast hosting company for an undisclosed sum. The Sydney Morning Herald estimates, the companies found you well into the millions and found at Hooper posts a bit about the company history. Kost h one thousand nine thousand nine is as you can hear underway in London. The event is sold out at it includes speakers from NPR BBC's, Brexit cast, Google news and many more. Speaking at podcast day, Neil, Carruth from NPR shared, details of up. I eighty three percent of the up first audience is forty four or younger, which is a sharp contrast with older radio. Audiences Eighty-one percent say they listened to the show every day, a more than forty percent say they've never listened to morning edition. NPR's morning radio news program before which up. I is a broadcast segment. Cows describes the podcast as quote profitable. Spotify has launched the daily drive that personalized playlists for commuting that includes music, and selected news podcasts of shareholder of podcast, host, Lipson, hold Kaynak is continuing to express dissatisfaction against the current lips board its latest finding highlights salary and bonus for some board members and came back is drumming up support for a special meeting, but it does need twenty five percent of shareholders to request one. Powell press seven point four point three WordPress. Plug ins podcasters has been released. It includes special codes to enhance. Discover ability of podcasts by Google podcasts were kit from WNYC studios release details of its salary survey into podcast pay and gender splits in the industry and funk. An audio polishing service has published a long article about resisting the loudness war, and still being compliance with major platforms in podcasts today social minds is the case, I ever dedicated social media marketing podcast, Marvel's wolverine, the lost trail gets for release on July, the WTO P and podcast. One of an answer new true crime podcast, Kohl's twenty two hours in American nightmare. Featuring a case, nightmares made of and the writer of beef and dairy network. Benjamin Partridge said podcast today, the when the BBC's started broadcasting his. Podcasts. It didn't result in an increase in audience that different people he said, and that's the latest trauma newsletter called news dot net.

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Understanding Australia's Political Narcissism

Between The Lines

10:12 min | 2 years ago

Understanding Australia's Political Narcissism

"Have you often thought that are major political parties don't offer a choice? They just offer an Tweedle dum Tweedle day. Well, that's more or less been the case since the mid nineties when both labor and the coalition champion what's called the economic reform agenda, or as some of the critics deride the neoliberal consensus deregulation privatize -ation tariff cuts tax cuts leban- microphone all that. Well, my guess says those days are over the may eighteen election. He says could represent an audio logical shift in Australian politics, and that's a good thing. To teams palmesano is professor of practice at the university of Sydney, he's a former rice discrimination Commissioner he's worked as a library vase, and is the author of book called on height. Published by 'em UP, get item welcome to between the lines on now. In your recent Sydney Morning Herald column. Mm USA just quote out political Nassim of monitor Frances that could be coming to an end house. Oh, we're saying perhaps the most ideologically significant election for quite some time here. And it's because we have the lay the pioneer Bill shorten offering a forthright progressive social democratic platform. It hasn't gone about presenting itself as a small target in this election. It's put a quality registered bution back on the Genda. You say this in the fact that it's pushed for capital gains tax reform, negative, gearing reform pushed for higher wages, the childcare policy announcement during this election is another example. So what you're seeing here in some is a muscular rejection of market liberalism assigned that the state is back at least on the lie beside and that you'll you'll saying challenge to the idea that a marketing. Clemmie must also mean a market society. So long gone are the days when you had a lie bellator running for office. Kevin rod describing the stalling himself as an economic conservative precisely and that has been the template in many respects full libero position. Now who's reflect the thinking of a lot of people in the community just how has the power of market liberalism. How is that filed? Let's just look survey at from the global perspective with still saying the effects of the global financial crisis with seeing here. What is a transitional transformation from stable managed capitalism to speculative financial capitalism. And the legacy of this committee described as follows when not saying global growth in in any significant way, you might even say the global economy is in naming with saying ultra-low interest rates with seeing quantitative easing by many central banks, huge jumps in public indebtedness. Also significant increases in inequality and on top of that when not necessarily saying the market operate in the perfectly competitive foam that you would expect of market liberalism, think of the concentration of market power in the new digital Konami the enormous size and influence of organization such as. Google or Facebook, or Amazon, I think these are all signs that market liberalism is not working the way that and that exit Bill shorten is championing this notion of famous, but is income inequality really Rausing in this country. I'll turn to a productivity commission report last g got the quotes. He it found that sustained growth has delivered significantly improved living standards full the average Australian in every income group that the economic mobility is high and quote movements in inequality indexes a slot rather than series in other words, Australia. According to productivity commission is not locked US where we have seen real income inequality Nora, we lock Europe where growth has stagnated for decades. How would you respond to the productivity commission all the productivity commission report still acknowledges that income? Inequality has risen of the past three decades. It's suggest. And here is that they may be a question about the degree to which income inequality has risen. But also, the productivity commission is also clear that when you look at the ends of the distribution on income, it's become in their woods stickier. So you seeing less mobility in some pockets of distribution, and as they put it stickiness is indicative, some entrenched inequality. So thought wholesale repudiation of the rising inequality in some of this is also that up in methodology. So the methodology that the productivity commission us was to look at surveys conducted as part of the Hilda exercise, the household income and labour dynamics in Austria study that is very well regarded, but if you look at other methods of measuring inequality, for example, looking at national accounts, dotterel taxation statistics drawing on the methodology that people Thomas Pickety have developed measuring income inequality. Then does appear that income inequalities at historically high levels going back to nineteen forties or the mid twentieth century. We've not had income inequality at such levels in it straight. And that's based on research done by Andrew Lee. Mentioned Thomas Pickety who Thomas Pickety fringe economists? I think climbed to find on this issue of inequality, but opportune to people have been on this show over the last few Yee's team. Keisha Mahbubani from Singapore. Johan Norberg from Sweden Steven pinker from Harvard met really from London victim Putin in Melvin and nisi that market liberalism, including free. Tried has delivered the single greatest reduction in extreme poverty in human history effect, isn't it? Yes, it is. And imagine if the distribution will equal even see more people having been liberated from poverty or enjoying a rise out of hardship. There's no question about the absolute gains that come from market, liberalism and not rejecting the idea of market economy. We know that the market distributes resources in a much more efficient way than a centrally planned economy does. This is the lesson of the twentieth century in the listen of the failure of of communism. The point here is about whether we want to be a market society is will that we have the logic of the market being applied to conduct government and to add relations between between people see Mahbubani, nog- and Pinkett, they'd respond inside that government policies lie policies, if you like to force inequality down that would incur a cost in lower economic growth, and that would argue low living standards, not just in Australia, but across the world. Well, that would argue that and it's an it's an idea that I believe should be contested. I'm not arguing for a perfect equal distribution of resources. But if we believe, for example, when the idea of Aaquil opportunity, I believe you need to have some redistribution of resources for that to become realizable. No question that socialism is having some sort of resurgence. And you mentioned that in your recent Sydney Morning Herald article, certainly if you look in the United States, you see Bernie Sanders doing very well, politically, Jeremy Corbyn later of the party, and there have been plenty of polls. And we've had guests on this program talking about how socialism is becoming very popular, especially among millennials. Now, you say, quote, what those on the right to cry as the evils of socialism, a good number of us regard as decent common sense. But what about the terrible atrocities committed in the name of socialism in the twentieth century team. What about the? Abject failure of socialism everywhere has been implemented. Let's not get too blunt Tomei to when when when our third to run I refer to those on the right decrying was socially. I was referring specifically to the education minister Dantin criticising. The labour party's announcement recently on childcare policy as an example of socialism, if not communist or words that affects and I think that's a bit of blown somewhat exaggerated when I'm talking about social democracy. I'm talking about an ideology that still exists within the limits of multi-party, democracy, individually Berty and the rule of law that what social democracy means is that the state has a role in regulating markets and in redistributing resources, it's about elevating the value of community and the value of quality beside the value of freedom. Young people who are attracted to socialism. They also distrust government regulations, and they mar on Pinerolo and small businesses. They're disconnected between the two. No, this is this is precisely and it will strike of the point. I'm making about a mock economy. This is a market society. Millennia was understand perfectly. Well, the power of entrepreneurialism and the benefits of of the market what they don't accept is that the market must govern everything in society. What I don't accept his that the distribution thrown up by the market is is something that is necessarily desirable in all cases. So if you look at how millennials are experiencing, the housing market and housing affordability. If you're looking at how they experiencing work and the diminishing job security that they experience all the precarious nature gig economy that many of them are engaged in their frankly, not saying the benefits of of market liberalism market. But you tackling dance. You can't tax a loss. You can only tax prophet and

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Apple loses another legal battle with Swatch

Mac OS Ken

02:07 min | 2 years ago

Apple loses another legal battle with Swatch

"Swat has accidentally stumbled into another apple and tangle meant and once again come out smelling like a rose earlier this month. Macrumors ran the piece saying Swiss court had sided with the Swiss watchmaker and its bite with apple over the tagline tick different apple argued that that trademark unfairly referenced it's nineteen nineties think different ad campaign. The Swiss court disagreed saying that appeals think different campaign wasn't famous enough and Switzerland to warrant protection. Occasionally stuff happens. But when those occasions are close together it starts to look weird. The Sydney Morning Herald says apple has lost a case in Australia to keep swans from using the phrase one more thing down under. Of course, you know, the phrase is one apple co-founder Steve Jobs used to use at media events before. Introducing something that would change the world. Tim cokes even used the phrase, most notably. When he introduced apple watch back in twenty fourteen now swatch is using it to sell watches, which it's always a prising the here, they still do quoting the report swatch argued it used the phrase to market a film, the wa inspired set of watches and claimed that us was influenced by television detective Columbo who would often say just one more thing. I don't think I'd call Colombo film, Noah, also, I sort of wonder whether they got NBC's permission to use the phrase of that's really where it came from. Actually, it doesn't sound like that would matter to the court and his ruling against apple the peace had hearing officer Adrian, Richard saying patchy and temporary used does not have the character of indication of a trade source also weighing heavily against the opponent on this issue this ordinary meaning that the phrase carries simply that the speaker is about to say something else.

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Crime Junkie is celebrating 18 million downloads

podnews

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Crime Junkie is celebrating 18 million downloads

"The latest from pod news dot net. Let me tell you about the mysterious death of Kendrick Johnson. Crime junkie is celebrating eighteen million downloads in the past two months. The true crime podcast has signed with Cabana. The digital audio business of at-large media for exclusive add representation the podcast has a live tour in June. Swooped? A new social podcast player has been getting plenty of positive reviews. We noticed one in diverge yesterday. Now, clearly it would be wrong of us to recommend the all sign up and listen to the pod news podcast in swimsuit. So will not be doing that today. We did. Discover specs though, an automatic transcription and voice editing tool, and we linked to a video today of somebody removing the arms in a podcast. It's quite neat. You'll find the link in our show notes and in our newsletter if you'd like to download apps GIO longs to other countries on an iphone. We linked to a helpful guide from gadget hacks today. And if you own an Android phone, it's even easier just use a trusted AP K mirror like one called a PK mirror and download the file to install it on your device after checking your local laws. First Barron's online covers how podcasting becomes a big business today. Dur lingo Spanish podcast is a bilingual podcast and. Sunday media. I looking for story pitches, you need to be a native Spanish speaker and get your proposal to them by the end of April. The twenty eighth the company also highlights Argentina's park podcast network, which has over twenty shows in a blog post today. The Sydney Morning Herald has reviewed the road cast pro and the team behind Nancy WNYC's popular LGBTQ, plus podcast visited Florida State University in podcasts today. Leo LaPorte is the guest in the upgrade from life hacker this week. Also, new this week C S are of one features inspiring people who are making strides outside their chosen careers and nouveau Monde is the first native podcast from French radio station. France unfo- it focuses on new technology. It's thirty minutes long. It to spin off of a four minute feature aired on the station on Saturdays,

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Crime Junkie is celebrating 18 million downloads

podnews

02:19 min | 2 years ago

Crime Junkie is celebrating 18 million downloads

"Me tell you about the mysterious death of Kendrick Johnson. Crime junkie is celebrating eighteen million downloads in the past two months. The true crime podcast has signed with Cabana. The digital audio business of at-large media for exclusive add representation the podcast has a live tour in June. Swooped? A new social podcast player has been getting plenty of positive reviews. We noticed one in diverge yesterday. Now, clearly it would be wrong of us to recommend the all sign up and listen to the pod news podcast in swimsuit. So will not be doing that today. We did. Discover specs though, an automatic transcription and voice editing tool, and we linked to a video today of somebody removing the arms in a podcast. It's quite neat. You'll find the link in our show notes and in our newsletter if you'd like to download apps GIO longs to other countries on an iphone. We linked to a helpful guide from gadget hacks today. And if you own an Android phone, it's even easier just use a trusted AP K mirror like one called a PK mirror and download the file to install it on your device after checking your local laws. First Barron's online covers how podcasting becomes a big business today. Dur lingo Spanish podcast is a bilingual podcast and. Sunday media. I looking for story pitches, you need to be a native Spanish speaker and get your proposal to them by the end of April. The twenty eighth the company also highlights Argentina's park podcast network, which has over twenty shows in a blog post today. The Sydney Morning Herald has reviewed the road cast pro and the team behind Nancy WNYC's popular LGBTQ, plus podcast visited Florida State University in podcasts today. Leo LaPorte is the guest in the upgrade from life hacker this week. Also, new this week C S are of one features inspiring people who are making strides outside their chosen careers and nouveau Monde is the first native podcast from French radio station. France unfo- it focuses on new technology. It's thirty minutes long. It to spin off of a four minute feature aired on the station on Saturdays,

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Conversations

"But a few tiny shards of what in those days was called clear light, which was very sort of mild acid and win the win the grunt ups the parents things disappeared about a dozen office about half of us. And I was sat on the verandah of this Queenslander and had a tiny fragment of acid now. I've been talking some of those people recently and a number of them. Now claim it didn't happen. They went on to lead lives. Much more respectable than mine. But anyway, I can say that the Jenny nine a couple of people had this tiny tab of acid, and and suddenly the after noon to quantum peculiar luminous, stillness and the view down over the Sunshine Coast to the distance see became enticingly beautiful and in the middle of this just dawned on me with the most perfect clarity. No, no fuss. No anxiety. None of drama. That what I had just done was completely wrong. And that was the moment of inside would have come to me. Did it have to come to me on my wedding day? It was the beginning of a long and not very long very difficult time for both of us for all of us for many of us. On ABC radio. You'll listen to conversations with Richard Fidler. You have an article in yearbook book from nineteen seventy about the first mardi gras much. We use or I was I was not I think it's kind of emblematic of so much in my writing life. I wasn't there. But I wrote beautifully about it. The mod my. Four or five thousand words, I think narrative of the March is the only contemporary count of the March from that time, and the newspaper counts amazingly scrappy, but God that gorgeous paper the national times there. I was for fortnight tracking down everybody who'd been on the March and the police cetera Citre. My ambition was to write a narrative of that much almost on a minute to minute basis of how it happened. How it unfolded how the people trapped who was dragged away? What were the words spoken, and I was very nervous. I'd moved from the bulletin to the to the national times. And I remember sitting there watching one of the it is going through this base man called even Witten last died recently, and I was very nervous. It was a kind of professional coming out in a way without without it being coming out. He just looked up from his work. And he said David this is what journalism is about. And it's the best thing that's been sit to me in my journalistic career, he just hit down compared to what? I was very very important moment for me must have been thrilling to write about it too. I mean, it was and it was and it was throwing I wasn't there at the March. I was there on the Monday morning the court, and it was extraordinarily to watch. The police cordoning off the court despite orders from the magistrates that they let people eating the police had a courts in the power. And I watched an wrote about it. And it was thrilling Sydney Morning Herald published the names of this morning hero publish the names of everybody arrested on that March and destroyed people's lives and careers there by many decades later that apologized for that. They people tried to stop them at the time. But they said, we always we always publish the names of people arrested. The Sydney Morning Herald was until it's the great reforms that came under Eric Beecher and subsequent editors are horrible Torey rag..

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Limetown returns for a second season

podnews

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Limetown returns for a second season

"The latest part news. Could afternoon, Charlie? Tell me by your dreams lime town returns for season. Two on the thirtieth of October. The first season had over ten million downloads and another podcast future. Now about cross country coffee road show. It's a podcast traveling across America one coffee shop at a time, so far they haven't even been to Starbucks. The Washington Post's upcoming daily podcast will be called post reports and presented by Martine powers. It's been announced anchor is promising to build a podcast studio in your office for free. If you're in New York, and if you pay for the equipment anyone adobe have to deal with a million ads to offer personalized audio advertising. On a Dobie advertising, cloud pulled news is editor that's may gets interviewed in the Sydney Morning Herald about the massive areas of podcast growth, still to come last weekend's the Acuras. The Australian commercial radio wards held in Melbourne in Victoria, though, a three. New categories for podcasts. All's Paul has. Meanwhile, made available audio of all of its sessions Beto our costs are Mexican radio presenter now has a podcast. It's called the cosmic neighborhood. And we linked to an article of him talking about it in a place called allow fast del pie in Valencia in Spain probably pronounced very differently. The man has funded a podcast course. Meanwhile, there is quote, very little evidence of podcast penetration in Spain. According to a talk from Spanish podcast company Kuwanda, which concludes that the industry has lots of problems to solve but lots of opportunities and pod labs is a new podcast studio and classroom, teaching the art of podcast creation. It's based in Washington DC

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Australia shifts on refusal to send refugees to New Zealand

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:11 min | 3 years ago

Australia shifts on refusal to send refugees to New Zealand

"Kids who have been the for five years. So anyway, New Zealand along time we'll take. We'll see. No, because as soon as you take them though, come into a straight through the back door because New Zealand Australia, go to free flow of people, but now they talking about high lit. Some leads actually give a hold of these refugees to New Zealand. If we can pass a stop legislation that bans those. He reasons New Zealand from coming back to what's been the reaction from New Zealand's welcoming it, welcoming the the, the progress on this issue because facility. Along start. It's bin Laden. We don't want the people. You don't want the people use. Ealing's puts refugee quota up for about four hundred. I think maybe even five hundred. So we've got a lot more room to take these people. It's just a matter of withers Trulia wants to and if New Zealand is going to agree to this backstop, this backdoor stop as she, which would, I guess, what fix Zealand doors? Well, finally had to the Sydney Morning, Herald tale of biological upset, which is caused an awful problem for ankle Daniel today. See it is such a sad story if well, it

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Entale, an interactive podcast app, comes out of beta

podnews

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Entale, an interactive podcast app, comes out of beta

"In the latest poll news entail an IS podcast app is out of Beata the app ads, pictures maps, links quotes and chapters to your favorite shows for rich interactive experience launches with a special version of marks and Spencer sponsored. I'm absolutely fine by the middle, which Intel also hosting chargeable which shows chart history of your podcasts is now showing charts across all countries which doing really well in Sweden for a sneak preview search for your podcast, pod news and press the button for chart data. Westwood One posts on media village saying podcasting, delivers a highly engaged, youthful, diverse audience. The article highlights US market data points. Sydney Morning Herald covers Oz pod thousand eighteen. It's on October the seventeenth in Melbourne. In Victoria in Australia, pod news is Edison. James Cridland that's me is one of the first speakers of the day lives. In has a new status page for its customers showing whether there are any outages on the service. You're okay there on. We just checked blueberry post about the advantages. A great podcast show notes last year. We reviewed how they display in many apps. We should have another go that Atlanta, Georgia in the US has a new podcasting studio and community hub, cold frequency reports the excellent titled hypothesis website Yvo terror is on the word from mouth this week, talking about how podcasting can grow and prosper and l. Espectador reports that mentions of podcast on Twitter have exceeded twenty four million so far this year already forty percent more than the whole of

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Explosion Outside U.S. Embassy in China Only Injures Suspect

BBC World Service

05:22 min | 3 years ago

Explosion Outside U.S. Embassy in China Only Injures Suspect

"In the inquiry, after the news Hello, I'm Jerry Smith with the BBC news the former Pakistani. Cricketer, Imran Khan is moving closer to becoming prime minister but opposition parties have alleged major vote-rigging in the, election, alleging Parkinson's powerful military favored mister. Khan early results indicate that Imran Khan's party is on course to become the. Single largest in parliament from Islamabad Sikander Kamani counting the votes is still ongoing the looks increasingly likely his party will win more seats in parliament than anyone else though it will still be short of an overall majority. However the PM party which, has been in power for the past five years has rejected the results leadership Bosh we've condemned what he called rigging he said he'll be. Using all political and legal means to challenge the result Mr.. Khan has promised to quit in new Pakistan and is seen by many voters is a break from the. Dynastic politics that is dominated the country for decades the The Japanese Justice ministry, has confirmed, that six more members of. The Machinery Co. count have been executed they were the last members of the group on death row earlier this month the cult's leader Shoko Asahara and. Six other members were hanged the group carried out an attack on the Tokyo subway, in one thousand nine hundred five with the nerve gas. Sarin, killing thirteen people and injuring thousands more the man had been on death row since they conviction in, two, thousand and four Japan's Justice minister. Yoko can make our says the group's actions were cruel and senseless on your. Date the pain and sadness inflicted by these crimes onto the victims the victims families and those who survived had to live with disabilities and their families defies the. Imagination The search is intensifying in Greece to find, at least forty people still unaccounted for following devastating wildfires. Around Athens neighboring Balkan nations and fellow EU states have been, assisting the operation, and many other countries have offered their health at least eighty one people have died A surprise merger announced. In Australia will create a media giants, that. Includes television online video streaming print and digital journalism the nine television network is to buy out, Fairfax newspapers which includes the Sydney Morning Herald and the age in Melbourne critics of the change Saito threatened the Fairfax's groups one hundred eighty year. Record of quality journalism The Australian Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says is positive move. This will make both businesses by the Fairfax. Business, on the Nine Network business stronger as. A result. It's a very competitive media environment as we all now rapidly changing with much, more competition than there was. Ten let alone twenty years ago and so that's why, the industry needs a in companies need to be able to. Consolidate and I think Mike for a stronger business. Overall you're listening to news from the BBC A small explosion has occurred outside the US embassy in, Beijing Chinese police say a. Man from the Chinese northern region of Inner Mongolia sent off a foul account of the. Embassy injuring only his hand the blast blanketed. The, streets around the embassy in white smoke Republicans in the US have begun a Bill to try to remove the country's deputy attorney general from his, post rod Rosenstein is overseeing the special counsel. Investigation into allegations of Russian interference in America's twenty sixteen presidential election from Washington Chris bond cler reports a group of almost a dozen Republican members of the house of, representatives filed the articles of impeachment. Against, rod Rosenstein accusing him of not cooperating with. Congressional inquiries the US deputy attorney general has, been consistently attacked by allies of President Trump ever since he appointed Robert Mueller lead. Special council investigation into allegations of interference and collusion and the two thousand sixteen election however the. Motion is unlikely to ever reach vote and even if all. Republicans were, to agree they wouldn't have the numbers in the Senate to, remove Mr. Rosenstein from his post the Malaysian sovereign wealth fund Khazanah, has confirmed the resignation of all nine of its board members Apparently to enable the recently elected, government to determine a new leadership structure the move follows criticism from the prime minister. Mahachi Muhammad who alleged that the funds have been used by the previous government to reward politicians The BBC is to seek leave to appeal last week's high court. Judgement in favor of the British pop singer Cliff Richard and against the BBC the court ruled that the BBC's extensive, live coverage of a police raid on secluded home for years ago infringed his right. To privacy no charges were brought against the singer for the BBC argues that there's a significant principle of press freedom had steak BBC news You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me Helena merriment each week one question for expert witnesses, and announcer Early morning in Ethiopia Addison.

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"That affect the touch id censor the pairing is revalidated this check insures the device and the ios features related touch id remain secure the company went on to say without this unique pairing militias touch id center could be substituted thereby gaining access to the secure on claim when i o s detects that the pairing fails touch id including apple pay is disabled so the device remained secure so just take into an apple store after that and get it really and truly fixed right yeah apparently apple wasn't letting that happen the sydney morning herald has sarah chord with the australian competition and consumer commission saying that customer said that they were being refused remedy of any kind by apple on the basis of their device had had unauthorized repairs and those repairs could be as minor as just having a cracked screen replaced on an iphone or ipad which all of us need to do from time to time so these consumers were being told because you've had this third party repair you were not entitled to any remedy according to the piece the acc benefit at least two hundred seventy five individual customers who were affected by this issue ak at least two hundred seventy five people apple refused to help now the paper says australia's federal court has fined apple nine million dollars australian roughly six point seven million dollars us for refusing to help affected consumers six point seven million dollars us is nothing close to a lot of money for apple but being fine for lying to consumers and or refusing to help them is really not a good look.

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"That affect the touch id censor the pairing is revalidated this check insures the device and the ios features related touch id remain secure the company went on to say without this unique pairing militias touch id center could be substituted thereby gaining access to the secure on claim when i o s detects that the pairing fails touch id including apple pay is disabled so the device remained secure so just take into an apple store after that and get it really and truly fixed right yeah apparently apple wasn't letting that happen the sydney morning herald has sarah chord with the australian competition and consumer commission saying that customer said that they were being refused remedy of any kind by apple on the basis of their device had had unauthorized repairs and those repairs could be as minor as just having a cracked screen replaced on an iphone or ipad which all of us need to do from time to time so these consumers were being told because you've had this third party repair you were not entitled to any remedy according to the piece the acc benefit at least two hundred seventy five individual customers who were affected by this issue ak at least two hundred seventy five people apple refused to help now the paper says australia's federal court has fined apple nine million dollars australian roughly six point seven million dollars us for refusing to help affected consumers six point seven million dollars us is nothing close to a lot of money for apple but being fine for lying to consumers and or refusing to help them is really not a good look.

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on a16z

a16z

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on a16z

"Listen how we in course cry the news south there in getting accurate information odds of the people it's a difficult environment have been the whole journalism world is imploding and has been employed for the last ten years so the business models that have sustained reporting which is the advertising business model it's it's no longer i work for the sydney morning herald of the time on they had four hundred and fifty journalists have fifty now on it's the same everywhere you look so i guess the answer really is we've got to journalists we've got to find some sort of new business model that allows the pay for the journalism because otherwise what you're getting is what you're seeing now i give an investigative reporting before i took this job i had gone into muse paper management because i no longer had time to do the stories i wanted to do and they had no stomach for it anymore i was too expensive investigative reporting teams of the most expensive parts of every newspaper because you've got to give the journalists time to do the research you then often just get sued every time you have to be able to have very deep pockets to be able to do that kind of journalism and of course the first thing that happens when they've got no money is that they give investigative journalism teams and so i think the nonprofit is one way i think because this is one of the few countries where it's texted up till we are very very cost effective for every meter when his asia that we work with we're able to bring economies of scale here so we're worth real money to these they're only giving us a couple of reporters on for that they're getting days and days of of material it should be doing on the local level but also go back to journalists are not making use of technology they're not gathering information they're not doing things in a smart way they're still doing things the way we've been doing them for forty or fifty years journalism was all about information and we should be gathering the information because once you have the information you can look for the patterns and that's what stories are really about the potholes the patterns you're seeing why haven't we gone every bit of information about donald trump already on record why shouldn't we be.

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"So it's a good thing they on meeting these three countries who traditionally do not get onto riffing will true true the two stories are japan's trying to throw its voice in the korean peninsula kind of ongoing crisis slash diplomatic resolution and the second story is that china which has been a little bit aloof with these trials is suddenly very interested in like you know they're getting a beating from the trump administration on trade they're like a ha we're going to be nice to our neighbors and see if we can galvanize suddenly with some warm diplomacy some sort of resistance to the trump campaign moving along swiftly to the sydney morning herald my full beholden town newspaper this is reporting on the allowing the lao foundations latest asia power index which suggests that stranger is hitting backwards at a right of notes and by twenty thirty it says that's the year not tomorrow at that time strata will string from being a significant middle power to a relative minot does that actually matter and we'll i think if i can take you back a question please it true like past right this is actually i respect allow institute very much very good thing tanking in australia but there's lots of forecasts out there and we have to remember that there always gonna come up with different answers the fact that australia's seem to be a minnow there may be some australian self deprecation in there it does matter i think if ustralia voice is going to grow in the region it will either have to change its foreign policy some people will suggest like howard it becomes more of a sheriff to the american presidency or others will suggests that it has to kind of align more with zeon so in order to balance out you know the heavy preponderance of chinese power in the relationship you must be thinking as many countries around the world do you wildly current circuses underway in the white house just kind of ride a doubt and wait for it to be over.

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

"But that doesn't mean that apple is looking to verge mac os an ios and this is where some of the confusion has come into play and why wanted to talk about it a little bit on the show is some people are thinking this is a sign that apple's merging the operating systems well tim cook with asked about this by the sydney morning herald recently in he again reiterated that quote we don't believe in sort of watering down one or the other and he also said if you begin to merge the two you begin to make trade offs and compromises so apple still sees the operating systems as needing to be different in even with this project marzipan the idea here went and ken is that you still would have you islament and things working differently depending upon the platform they're just gonna make it much easier for a developer to develop a single application that they'll be able to deploy to both platforms and ultimately i think that's a really really good thing and i still believe in that philosophy i still believe that a touch interface needs to be a touch interface in exist like that and that desktop interfaces need to be desktop experiences and while there is some crossover depending upon where what you're doing even in the example my ipad with the with the smart keyboard attached right it works slightly differently than the ipad when i'm using it in full touch mode but this adapt to that and making it easier for developers to deal with that with in their applications is ultimately a really good thing but i do think they need to be separate experiences in even if ultimately someday it's not gonna have any time soon but someday these devices do merge into a single device i think apple will be better prepared to handle it using the philosophy they have now right because you're still going to convert an adapter them think about things like convertibles where you can detach a screen from keyboard in your notebook now becomes a tablet it needs to operate and function differently so even if timidly merged them this idea of having separate ways and separate separate you i kits to handle those things are single you i kit that adapts to handle this two to two different experiences rather is a good way to go.

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on The MacCast

The MacCast

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on The MacCast

"But that doesn't mean that apple is looking to verge mac os an ios and this is where some of the confusion has come into play and why wanted to talk about it a little bit on the show is some people are thinking this is a sign that apple's merging the operating systems well tim cook with asked about this by the sydney morning herald recently in he again reiterated that quote we don't believe in sort of watering down one or the other and he also said if you begin to merge the two you begin to make trade offs and compromises so apple still sees the operating systems as needing to be different in even with this project marzipan the idea here went and ken is that you still would have you islament and things working differently depending upon the platform they're just gonna make it much easier for a developer to develop a single application that they'll be able to deploy to both platforms and ultimately i think that's a really really good thing and i still believe in that philosophy i still believe that a touch interface needs to be a touch interface in exist like that and that desktop interfaces need to be desktop experiences and while there is some crossover depending upon where what you're doing even in the example my ipad with the with the smart keyboard attached right it works slightly differently than the ipad when i'm using it in full touch mode but this adapt to that and making it easier for developers to deal with that with in their applications is ultimately a really good thing but i do think they need to be separate experiences in even if ultimately someday it's not gonna have any time soon but someday these devices do merge into a single device i think apple will be better prepared to handle it using the philosophy they have now right because you're still going to convert an adapter them think about things like convertibles where you can detach a screen from keyboard in your notebook now becomes a tablet it needs to operate and function differently so even if timidly merged them this idea of having separate ways and separate separate you i kits to handle those things are single you i kit that adapts to handle this two to two different experiences rather is a good way to go.

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on The Science Show

"Honestly though who among us has not succumbed and clicked on an article because it boasted if some exciting cure for cancer or finally confirmed life elsewhere in the vast expanse of space but so much of that is just signs that's been dressed up it's trump speak fake news a prime example of this are the headlines that did the rounds back in twenty thirteen outlets from the sydney morning herald to the la times were telling people that sitting was just as bad as smoking this was taken from a single twenty twelve australian study that used data from the ustralian bureau of statistics and a large nationwide study called the ustralian diabetes obesity and lifestyle study both of which highly reliable sources but these headlines blew out of proportion the actual results that simply drew lewis parallels between being sedentary for too long and kicking the bucket and the actual term smoking appeared all of two times in the entire study article the more sensible thing might have been to tell people that spending too much time binge watching television might make them as point to several nasty conditions like obesity and heart disease as they do smokers but i guess as a finding that's just not sexy enough there are also headlines that overused terms such as breakthrough until their threadbare and wantonly extrapolate the results of experiments conducted in animals or in clumps of sales to humans in twenty fifteen the daily mail in the uk albeit not the best of responsible reporting but still read by millions claimed new era in the war on cancer revolutionary treatment that will save thousands hailed as biggest breakthrough since chemotherapy even the otherwise repeatable time magazine on their april twenty thirteen covered declared how to cure cancer which in reality provided empty hope these headlines drawing on results from small trials.

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

"Actually first before we talk about the leaking stuff i got to bring up this story this is going to put many people's minds at ease because if you have been worried that there's going to be some type of unification of and mac os if you're going to get some scott forsake in combo device is slash half iphone half mac you're going to be happy to hear this news so with this story that came out recently that apple is going to be moving there max from intel to arm chips and the rumored unification of iowa's and mac os apps i can understand it you're anxious like i am that apple is doing away with the mac line we've heard that they're not but tim cook recently reassured us that that is not going to happen and i'm very thankful that he did this because i was starting to wonder about this as well so in a recent interview let's see here with the sydney morning herald tim cook said we don't believe in in the sort of watering down one for the other both are incredible one of the reasons that both of them are incredible is because we push them to do what they do well and if you begin to merge a to you begin to take trade offs and compromises so again affirming that masks are going to remain independence from iowa devices this is something that phil schiller side also in two thousand sixteen when he was asked about it you said we did spend a great deal of time looking at this number of years ago they were talking about unifying the two platforms and came to the collusion that to make the best personal computer you can't try to churn mac os into an iphone conversely you can't suren iowa's into a mac so each one is best at what they're meant to be and we take what makes sense from each and add it to the other but we do that without fundamentally changing them so that they're compromised.

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

Geek News Central Audio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

"Requiring would inevitably require deluding one operating system to make software compatible with the others he says the compromises wouldn't be what users actually want so he had made that remark to peter wells of the sydney morning herald in basically in the here's the quote we don't believe in sort of watering down one for the other both the mac and i pattern credible one of the reasons that both of them are incredible is because we push them to do what they do well and if you begin to merge the two you begin to make trade offs and compromises to me this is great news because i thought they were going to dumb down the mac book or the mac operating system to make it operate on on ipad so this is this is good news at their at least at this time not looking to merge the two code basis today amazingly amazon announced that its prime has hit one hundred million subscribers this is the first time that jeff bezos has announced the program user count and this is big this new milestone for the thirteen year old program it came during their annual shareholders letter he said that amazon prime saw its best year in two thousand shift seventeen shipping more than five billion items worldwide with more new member signing up than any previous year of course he is the world's richest man so he said that the ondemand ed free music streaming service expected expanded more than thirty new countries there was also a discussion somewhere about the average what they thought the average earnings was for a amazon user and it was like i think it was like thirty eight thousand dollars twenty eight to thirty eight thousand i think was average in.

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Requiring would inevitably require deluding one operating system to make software compatible with the others he says the compromises wouldn't be what users actually want so he had made that remark to peter wells of the sydney morning herald in basically in the here's the quote we don't believe in sort of watering down one for the other both the mac and i pattern credible one of the reasons that both of them are incredible is because we push them to do what they do well and if you begin to merge the two you begin to make trade offs and compromises to me this is great news because i thought they were going to dumb down the mac book or the mac operating system to make it operate on on ipad so this is this is good news at their at least at this time not looking to merge the two code basis today amazingly amazon announced that its prime has hit one hundred million subscribers this is the first time that jeff bezos has announced the program user count and this is big this new milestone for the thirteen year old program it came during their annual shareholders letter he said that amazon prime saw its best year in two thousand shift seventeen shipping more than five billion items worldwide with more new member signing up than any previous year of course he is the world's richest man so he said that the ondemand ed free music streaming service expected expanded more than thirty new countries there was also a discussion somewhere about the average what they thought the average earnings was for a amazon user and it was like i think it was like thirty eight thousand dollars twenty eight to thirty eight thousand i think was average in.

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Mixergy

"They they really got the ball rolling and from there other councils in joint so that explains it i found an old article from the sydney morning herald with dr susan sheahen shailene in there and the conference that she spoke at is reinventing the private car conference i said who's creating a conference for that now i realize a you're the water created a conference you brought her in and you're the one who helped get i'd get points across like traffic in jeonju congestion scarcity of premium parking spots is an issue there's environmental impact of having private cars i see okay this was part of your idea yet isn't a good one of the great things andrew about this conference is you can actually then so sponsorship for that huh james capel who want to help but don't know how to help so it you're a good example is toyota sponsor debt the epa ten thousand dollars a on a check and and and that's a plastic thing were tied or like we think this is a good idea will not really shore but we'd like to be a sponsor your and when they were trying to get customers to buy their cars there it was they're trying to say we support this idea gold explore it that's exactly okay all right let me take a moment to talk about my sponsor and i'm going to get right into the next part of the story which is how you guys created software you guys quit it's off when in the most i to me this is the most interesting thing how you guys got software to run this at some point though he had to go beyond the boot chap idea for software and you needed top developers every business go see this they hire someone who they know higher someone who's a friend hire someone who's inexpensive and then any to spend money hired the.

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"Line two seven four 174 one i am the suicide prevention lifeline eight hundred two some three eight two five five and if you have any reason to need to talk about sexual assault or abuse or harassment please get in touch with rain which is the rape of use incest national network so rain with two wins dot org and they also can be reached via their national sexual assault hotline eight hundred six five six help with all of that on the table fleece enjoyed the show this week office of management and budget director mick mulvaney told reporters about an awesome new idea the trump administration wants to cut food aid to lowincome families and make up the difference with what he described as a blue apron type program mulvaney was worried that he might be stealing somebody's copyright by describing it that way but i think he should be a lot more worried about associating blue apron which is a expensive but very delicious sponsor of the show and meal kit service with what the program uh that he is describing actually entails dezei once a month delivery of a box of cans plenty of people waiting on twitter and in columns about what a shitty idea this is i don't think you had to be a genius to see the problems of logistics and scale involved here but today's guess has a perspective i don't think we hear enough she's actually been on food assistance programs and she has been poor i am delighted to have her onto chug what the shitty idea in the context of america's ongoing war on peron's people who live in in peron's poverty linda toronto welcome to the show hey good to be here linda is an author an activist whose work has appeared in the daily beast won't get the guardian the observer and the sydney morning herald she's also the author of the really really great book which i just finished handtomouth living and bootstrap america and of the twitter taxonomy a field guy to north american sexist all right linda.

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"The went round that those an intimate scene in the film this seemed to be put out by people would never actually seen the film and the film producers have been quick to say no there is no sat seen this is a pure pure myth at will go to find out soon because the full goes out next week is this going to be one of these things way of the railway ensures that cinemas are absolutely packed the rafters recused around the block that might well be the case are just because got so much publicity i think the ticket sales akobe fatty brisk but also the four states run by the end be bjp uh so the the hindu nationalist party have all tried to prevent screenings of the film and this has end an taken an interesting legal turn the supreme court india has not ruled just early today fat that is illegal the states cannot prevent films being shown which of course has not implications for freedom of speech in india what moving finally alone to my former hometown newspaper the sydney morning herald a a city in which only was in uh not too we go being extremely warm this is a this is a lovely story this is this is genuinely heartwarming as the headline suggests a drone has been used to save two swimmers in rough surf that's right for the first time apparently people have been working on life setting drones for a while now and as it happened as lifesavers in new south wales uh were preparing to use the droves rushing going through the training coal came into a to som is in trouble and they launched the drone and within 72nd it had reached the his and dropped a large in fatal look like you've sausage if you watched the video that the two said was gravely cling onto just as a huge way crushes over them which might of adam force conferences had it not be the judge ren's presence so the drone almost certain did say those two lines of a rather striking demonstration of just how good to compete when properly used we we should also pointed out that the droning question does trade under the un improve oblivious.

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on A Cast of Kings - A Game of Thrones Podcast

A Cast of Kings - A Game of Thrones Podcast

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on A Cast of Kings - A Game of Thrones Podcast

"Get just very quickly to lift back to you talking at than not matching belfast to iceland and the bri mccann gave the one me one of my all time favorite game of thrones interviews ever to the sydney morning herald that i sort of exert exhortations over on vanney farris you can either read it at the source or on the f but a he talked about how since it was an actually snowing in belfast where they're shooting uh he was like guys are just feeding shredded paper into these like big swamp fans basically at all times and shooting them at the us and he was like they were so loud that we couldn't hear each other's the base when we were just like lipreading and eating paper the thanh like but the memory the description of of this sort of like epic episodes so younger lawyer i mean i would recommend watching v v documentary explaining uh what happened this episode and how they made it because uh regardless of your thoughts me episode it is really really impressive so anyway let's dive into the emails today and we're gonna talk about a variety themes through emails it uh you folks have sent to a cast of king's gmailcom so to start with a start with zach from california who writes in to cast king's gmailcom longtime listener firsttime ryder alltime van going indices a 7 of what is still my favorite on television i had the highest of hopes seven episodes then six episodes then were done at first this just lose confidence to me they knew what they were doing but now with only one episode to go until next year i'm afraid i was rate they knew exactly what they were doing it just wasn't very fulfilling.

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"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"sydney morning herald" Discussed on Risky Business

"Because even if it's clean today you don't know that two models update is clean the stuff polls stuff dynamically that's the point of dynamic in runs at total level so so yeah it's it's almost impossible to defend against now coming through northern lakes we did not learn for example that any sign was pushing out charging dropped eits to get shells via skype right that's why sites not necessarily comparable yet shutting off course on the g twenty summit kicks off in a couple of days and out prime minister is apparently going to urge donald trump to act against tech terrorists i mean that's the headline in the sydney morning herald which is a pretty dopey headline but by the looks of things they just want better cooperation around feelings like metadata in fact if you break the the prime minister's actual comments in this story they seem quite nuanced right because he signed stuff like we're not talking about encryption that's a whole other thing and that's complicated i think really what i'd like is perhaps speedier access to to metadata from companies like what's happened not ends i think they really going to be kicking off the conversation about perhaps lauren forcement access to your handsets out there and if they can stop flirting that up the up the chinese of spoken about this idea of a similar regime to leah but targeting handsets and i think that is the direction that the debates going to going right wouldn't you yet it's smart of him to say look let's not make this encryption thing my main potent this is just that what we think is reasonable.

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