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"theon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:36 min | Last month

"theon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"75 theon wrapped in North bound to 75 has the right lane closed down tonight. And also Gandhi Boulevard with roadwork between Dale Mabry and West Shore. Steve Foster NewsRadio Wofl, eh? Look for temperatures remain warm as we had through this evening with a few inland showers and storms still possible overnight. Tonight, temperatures will only drop back into the upper seventies making for a warm start to your Tuesday morning. There'll be some downpours near the coast to start the day and then into the afternoon hours. The rain should shift more inland. The rain chances 40% with Near 91. Rain chances drop back to 30% by Wednesday. I'm news Channel eight meteorologist Julie Phillips. Catch the Schmidt Show Live every weekday afternoon from 3 to 6 on 12. 50. W wait. Kenzi Impact radio. That is the snitch. We got a couple of Karen's to deal with here who saw Arizona Karen And his video circulating a woman in Scottsdale, Arizona, by.

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Interpretable AI in Healthcare

Data Skeptic

05:15 min | 2 months ago

Interpretable AI in Healthcare

"One of the important areas in which model interpret ability should have an impact. I guess somewhat argue the most important areas in healthcare after all. What good is some black box It's worth something if it's reliable but yeah better than a black box would be a transparent box and while that makes a great pool quote easier said than done. There's also an interesting aside here about interpreting. For whom patient or doctor and my concern is doctor because the last thing I want to patient self diagnosing and getting access to AI tools to essentially make the sort of inferences that you need a guided trained died. Make so in my mind. Successive applied machine learning and healthcare is really about helping the doctors the clinicians the radiologist the people that are operating the machines in interpreting the evidence in doing that sort of thing so surely there's some interesting work specifically on model interpret ability in the context of healthcare right off this week on the show. I speak with Jay theon garage about his recent paper. Calibrating healthcare AI. Towards reliable and interpreted deep. Predictive models. I am I'm a computer scientist at Lawrence livermore national labs and I will descend lights computing division. They're doing research much learning in occupations and I'd asked you on today most notably to discuss your recent paper calibrating healthcare a I told reliability and interpreted deep predictive models. This is right at the intersection of the things we like to get into here. It's interpret ability and M. L. I'm not an expert in healthcare and I know it does take some expertise. Can you tell me a little bit about your background? And how you've learned these two fields and whatever their overlap is so mind. Bagnall might be Watson Mustang. Running on sitting processing may apply Problems in consideration however when. I started working on applying to Real. What problems little more being a fine slob? Vdb typically focus on a bit of scientific applications in which data modeling could be potentially used. And that's where I started. What Lawn Jimbo? Space by medicine Pot and I've been fortunate enough to work with. Us decently stuff while I watch TV in the trade beyond my basic by classes school so I started learning as starbuck along these projects and my awesome does including the ones by the research on other places that I work with there. Being helping me get on top of some of the challenges that he insists and how we could potentially report with some of the tools of your building. General ambition problems to I see a lot of headlines that Bragg for certain problems like maybe it's a radiologist and things like that that algorithms are now achieving these human level performance although when you look a little deeper maybe that's perhaps a stretch. What's your perspective on the current state of the art in Computer Vision? How close are we to that? Human level goal were all seemingly after. I think that's a philosophical question on some level if you actually talked to a doctor down definitely testing which is using human performance. Okay but if you deep down to go to the doctors and house them on both the costs that you really want to help you with many times down to this new the kind of problems back the actual doctors and people who are treating radiated difficult infections business they are looking for is solid really really challenging problems which often cutting the benchmarking statistics typically build the vision community. So this is what happens even though be producing a lot of promise. Infanta building diagnostic tools. They might not be directly. Impacting healthcare has the way of humidity expected. However this conversation study lot of more practitioners of getting volume conversations issues with us. It's not anymore like taken. Automated Published inaudible computer vision and machine learning manuals on doctors. Look at it. So that is changed. So it's means what does happen is defined realistic. Problem actually agreed to have an impact on which is not very easy to do you. Have these awesome cameras. We are looking at on for names but Hollywood. This needs a more fundamental rethinking as to what helped get problems need to be solved which is the actual big challenge for example. The flight me something like a Cobra. Infection which intimate know what gain of data potentially even detected well and sending me thrown into the school. Maybe I saying we need to find a stating congressman beanie to detect things and more importantly. The office can be used in order to gain new insights that they do not more already so in some sense it is going to continue merely being automating to then the future is promising. Couple of the NFC moving. It's not just for making difficult jobs faster but it is also doing tasks that typically hard even for human to solve in a day to business on holding. We enable them do better sometimes. It's not even replacing them and brigadier deadliest in many times even assisting them to navigate to restrict at

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A Conversation with IOTA founder, David Sonstebo

CRYPTO 101

08:10 min | 3 months ago

A Conversation with IOTA founder, David Sonstebo

"Personally I from a I would say futuristic view like when I was a sixteen years old of his very much into the futurist movement on the Internet. At the time this was like two thousand five six seven when Bitcoin didn't even exist yet and we had something called the extra populists where you discuss everything from quantum physics foundations of physics to the danger of artificial intelligence. So if you've heard of nick booster which has become quite a household name analysts. Yeah I WANNA say. Last seven years I think is like the simulation Disease that he created cetera gained a lot of momentum particular due to alone must he was posting on these forums. And ask His collaborators as was the creator of quantum computation. His name's David Deutsch. He was the father of quantum computation. Also one of the strongest proponents of Theon many worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics which has also become quite popular in the last few years. So this was kind of the environment that my formative years were spent in online and in one of these forums which was gold. Ls wrong by Allies Gulf skit will also is very focused on their life extension artificial general intelligence these kind of research topics Heuristic stuff on those forums. Of course this is were held. Fini Way die in all of these kind of book chains. Cypher legends hung around so I was exposed at quite alone. I think the white paper I owed is. Bitcoin story came up around two dozen ten eleven in the beginning. I wasn't particularly interested because it was like Internet money. And it had this very strong towards a particular political leaning and I didn't like Join Movement based on a political ideology. I don't care for that like I prefer rational and critical thinking so I didn't necessarily like it into beginning. Look because of the technology but just because of the overall movement around but then as I like as the years or a couple years past Of course used Bitcoin a couple. Times was interesting. And then the dove into the White Paper in depth and I realized that Holy Shit. This technology is really transformative. At least it could potentially be a paradigm shifts in the digital around. So from there on I would say early two thousand twelve. It was full time. Twenty four seven just distributed. Ledger Technology. How can we use it for payments? Have degree used for data Degradate boating all of these other kind of extremists So I got into that and then I met my am co-founders Sergei bunch low dominic in there and Sergei Popo. All of them were also early adopters of drip though and we got together in this project called exceed in two thousand thirteen. This was the first proof of stake. Implementation was kind of the first of I I would say INEX- T for those historians out there listening and Exte- was the first project that truly brought the blockchain to other applications older than just transactional back and forth payments because we had a completely decentralized assets exchange which you can now of course compared to Theorems Your C. Twenty token kind of ICO. Hyper happen and we all sat boating. That all of these interesting stuff. Identity Cetera on the distributed ledger. Jen so all of us met there. Erin coalesced around this idea but then personally. I was much more interested in the futuristic aspects. Has That was my background? So I tried to contemplate what role can distribute electric play in the future and for me. There was two very definite role that it can play number. One is the data integrity or data insurance or whatever term. You want to use it. Depends on what the paper rate rise is that like paper or like proving that data hasn't been tampered with and that you know people who okay interesting exactly so the way I think about like the future whether hundreds of billions of sensors and a lot of this edge computational devices which at the time was even called edge computational because it didn't exist at the time but for us it was very obvious that you will have computation have sensors sending day to these gates at the edge. Should they will computer that? They will send it back in. You will have real time actionable Kind of items. That you can Not just measuring analyzed but you can also act on them but in that case like in that futuristic scenario where the entire world is just completely autonomous. You are one hundred percent dependent on the date of being accurate and that's where this debate electric. It's immutable and censorship resistant. So that's kind of the angle that isolated from from point one and point to was what is the incentive. Because you can think of it today. You have Just from a human's centric experience point of view. You fit bit than you have with things rabble these different e health companies. Just a very simple example. How do they interact in? What is the incentive for them to interact? There has to be a mechanism for them to actually data an open up their data silos so it kind of becomes disfluent data lake which kind of been promised for the best twenty years and from my perspective the distributed ledger provides a payment mechanism. This value transferred guaranteed value transfer. So those are the two things that are really Really prompted me to initiate the IOTA Project and since then just just wrap it up very quickly. This introduction became quite long so since two thousand fourteen. We started the project and we went forward with it. Developed the initial prototype Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah and then in two thousand and sixteen restarted the incorporation of thieves Which was the first non partitioning Europe at the time that was confronted with cryptocurrency and it was in Germany so as you can imagine it wasn't the easiest process like Germany isn't known for its Super Liberal policies. We have to go through a lot of the doors to get that accepted the witted and that also paints kind of the backdrop of what I oughta is versus a of these other projects in the sense that we chose to take the hardest route possible from the beginning. Because we knew if this is going to become something if this if this is going to become the next TCP IP protocol we have to get the legislation on our side we have to get the regulators on our side. So let's just go through it in the beginning. So that's what we did. Got It setup. Now we hundred twenty people in thirty different countries around the growth as the foundation. Of course have a huge community as well. So that's yeah that's why introduction

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Parking Lot Landing With Jeff King

There I Was...

13:01 min | 4 months ago

Parking Lot Landing With Jeff King

"This was in two thousand are at that point in time. I would my Turkey six at that point. I had about four hundred dollars on that particular aircraft and I used it for business and personal travel so at that point it was in September. I was during the visit. My sister and we flew from Holland to troy. Michigan and troy is a kind of an urban airport little bit north of Detroit Michigan and it was an uneventful flight. We you know the Cheer King. Six has four fuel tanks. We burn down the first two fuel tanks and landed in the left hip tank. No issues there. We rode my bike to my sisters and then came back and decided to go back home. We were GONNA stop at Hillsdale to get fuel. That's another airport that I was based out of at that point in time. And when you say we jeff who was in the airplane with you oh. I'm sorry I'm a HAM radio operator. We use that word we sometimes so no. I okay got it. You were so low and flying over to see your sister who I know you shared with us was sick. And you're flying over to visit her and then your plan was to visit her for a bit and then turn around and depart for home. That same evening is that right. That's correct come home that evening. So we wrote our bike back to the airport and Dinner run up and everything seemed fine. I had been doing short field takeoffs to says as a habit even though this was not really a short field and that was about a thousand pounds under gross so we didn't take off the twenty degrees flaps What up pretty fast. We pitched over from V. Ecstasy Y and immediately after that with the answer starts to stumble and then we lost power. It was of course it was nighttime. At that point we were on the eastbound runway runway nine and two seven at that particular report and started a turn it back to the field and then all of a sudden Stalin came on. And we're at roughly three hundred feet at that point. In time at that point you would your engine fails or I head engine stumble with Cherokee six four take aircraft and if you're going to get any kind of range out of it you would run out of fuel at altitude and the engine would star. Bill. Would I talk about that? You're eight ten thousand feet up. Always have something picked out ahead of time so your your heart would always flutter. I Dunno if anyone's ever not changed a tank purpose or not in for your heart flutters. Well this time. It wasn't on purpose this time. I wasn't ten thousand feet. This time. I was up three hundred feet. So you got that moment where you. Oh my gosh. A couple seconds elapses. It seems like a couple of minutes. So short field takeoffs techniques who knows is relatively high you're climbing out at Vx SPEED. You're just beginning to push over to capture V. Y. and your engine stumbles and then very shortly thereafter. You see the stall light right so at the airport when Stalin came on thankfully might training. At least I feel like my training kicked in at that point. My instructor be if our instructor. Jason Dyson from years past always messed around with me. I guess this lack of a better where we would fail the engine on me and he'd always tell me if you lose your engine on takeoff. The Insurance Company owns the airplane. What he meant by that was that you worry about yourself. You don't worry about your airplane. You worry about yourself so when that stall I came on I just pushed the forward. I didn't see what was outside. I didn't I didn't even look outside of this. Pushing forward was at a fairly aggressive. Push Jeff relatively hard or Takasu. Assume that that push. Yeah you have to understand. This whole series of events probably was fifteen to twenty seconds for the time I rotated to the time the engine baby ten fifteen seconds so there. There was a lot going on in a very short period of time so I would say the push was relatively hardware pushed it forward. Yeah where I was pitching over the top. I dropped flaps out as well. I took a twenty degrees. I dropped in ten when I went to wide and then I immediately pulled some flaps in his well once I was pitched down because I knew there was there was not a lot of space in front of me and I was correct. There wasn't so I'm I'm pitch down. I'm seeing portion of the Walmart parking lot in front of me and then a feel beyond their. I just pushed it down. I think one of the witnesses said he went into a dive and I did because I did not have a lot a lot of space to land the point. Jeff how is the visibility here? So you said you're up about three hundred feet when it stumbles. You're pushing over so now you can see over the knows. I mean you only had a couple seconds to make a decision here on where to go was visibility. An issue for you at all. Visibility was on an issue. The only thing with this particular field was I. My in-laws lived in the area. My sister lived in the area side using air for quite a bit so I knew there wasn't a lot a lot of choices to go if she had a problem. Yeah that looking at where you were in. That era means basically the Detroit Metro area. It's pretty crowded around that airport for sure. It's a industrial a mixed industrial commercial retail area. Yeah any Cherokee. Six has a relatively long nose. So when you're pissed up like that in a short field takeoff you pitch over visibility over the nose for at least a little bit can be an issue but you pitch over to start capturing glider really. You weren't interested in capturing a glide you're religious interested in preventing the stall at that point at that point it was just it was just muscle memory. I guess for lack of a better word. Where then you're training kicks in and you're doing things you're supposed to be doing and not thinking about it. So I I just I saw that stall icon and I thought about departure stalls. I mean again. It was such a limited period of time. I remember on the way down. The properties rotating slowly probably from the wind are not sure that the NTSB thought possibly the engine starting to catch again. And there's always coming down but at that point I stopped doing any of the checks doing and I just committed to the landing in trying to retain control the aircraft and was the Walmart parking lot straight ahead. Did you have to make a slight turn to get there? Where was it in relation to the attitude of your airplane while it was laughed and I started to do a turn when the ancient stumbled to try to come back to the field so call them turn right when that style came on. I I gave up. I know I've got to save myself fly. The airplane fly the airplane. Fly that Europe Lane. What I saw my windshield again was pretty surreal. I saw a white van. There was a very narrow strip of the parking lot that was free of cars. I saw white van ahead of me. Turning the left it turned out it was a white car but from that altitude looked like a white van and I just basically all my gosh. I hope he turns. I hope he turns. Because that's the only option. I have a whole bunch of parked cars and to the right of me. It was dark. I really couldn't see to the right of me. I had to go where I could see. Thankfully he turned. It probably wouldn't have been an issue for him anyway. She was so far away. But still if you saw the photographs that I sent there was like an alley behind a row of buildings and I was kind of aiming for the alley. That alley was behind a strip mall behind. The store is a Walmart. I was passing over. Then there was a parking lot. Anyth- me then a strip mall that had a alley behind it. I was trying to turn to edge between there and the feel Birla's again that turn was roughly from the time your engine sputtered. You start turning you. Were turning back with a sputtering engine then Pretty Soon. You realize the engines had quit. You're about to stall you push over and so that was About a ninety degree. Turn away from runway heading to head towards this parking lot. Is that about right arm? Say about sixty to seventy degrees but yeah right okay so laughing more or less north okay and you really have limited options. You pushed down to prevent the stall you seeing the only real open spaces parking lot. So you're pushing to keep flying airspeed into get into this parking lot. Did you have any ability as you came down for lateral control to miss? You know lighting or cars or anything like that or you pretty much really minimally guiding the airplane at this point I had enough control to put a heart slip in also to try to get down Got It okay. Yeah you can see the parking lot for quite well but as far as being able to see what's around you you really couldn't like I hook theon right main landing gear on a shopping cart corral when I was flaring and I didn't even see that yeah. I saw that in the video. You sent by the way for our listeners. We'll have the pictures that Jefferson and the short video clip from the parking lot that shows a portion of a crash up on our website. So That is interesting so you turn it. You see the parking lot but you're too high so now you're into a pretty good slip to try to lose that altitude to get down to the parking lot and then you come in and take it from there so I'm pushing down hard starting to flare and I didn't see the shopping cart crowd but it hooked my right main as I said. Toilet the right main often it went shopping. Carts went flying in the air. I guess the at this point it starts to become I mean the whole thing was surreal but then it becomes extremely surreal at this point. I guess the first impression layer craft landed pretty hard Cherki sixes glide like a brick and of course I lost my right man. I didn't know it but I lost my right main. Sorry hit down pretty hard. I was a little bit stunned for a moment. When I hit the ground then became really surreal. Like I said I imagine yourself on the expressway. Drive your card about maybe seventy miles an hour and you go through a bunch of shopping carts. I mean they're flying up all around the airplane That was pretty bizarre. Then I'm sliding across the parking lot in this aircraft you know. I don't have any control. I mean there's no steering control all I mean I don't my right man I I. I was hoping to go between the Strip mall and the right side of the parking lot but the plane started to go to the right because there was no right it was dragging thankfully to the right was there was nothing to the right other than the embankment. Another parking lot about a five foot drop roughly so I'm sliding along okay. I think I'm going to live at this point. I'm shook it up but you know all my body parts are attached the cabins and tech which I got to say about Piper Cabin was was stayed intact through the whole accident so all of a sudden I'd see this bright white lights on my right side I go by. What is this all about? You know that lasted for about a second. And I'll get back to the moment. And then I shout over the parking lot over the embankment which is about a five foot drop that was on their big bump and then finally came to stop at the edge of the second part right the field or back to that white light as they say. I'm not really a religious person but apparently that was the tip tank getting sheared off on the The curb of the of the first part is that went over the embankment the Cherokee six has a fiberglass tank on it so it totally open it I at seventeen gallons in the right tank and totally open the tank up before an accident. And there's a number of things you're supposed to. Todd opened the door up. Turn the electrical off well. I didn't turn electoral off. I had incandescent lightbulb on the right tip. But as soon as the tip take opened up and of course Saddam flight broken immediately caused a fireball. Well thankfully the fireball and the gasoline got left behind and I kept going so I I come to a stop I look out my right window and the right. There's a small fire in the right wing. I didn't know I'd lost all my fuel. It was what was left so I- scramble out of the airplane I literally You can see one of the pictures where the right. Meanwhile sitting next to the right wing I literally had to dodge the right. The right wheels bouncing across the parking lot heady get the airplane. I had to either dodge it when I got on the airplane. As you're playing was a small fire the right wing. I didn't know the fuel situation there was you know. And of course I saw a huge fire behind me. I just got away from the airplane at that point so you survived the crash. You step out dodge. The right landing gear still bouncing down the pavement towards you and then what was your next action from there you're standing there looking at this Wreck of an airplane and thankful that you survived it. Thankful that the airplane protected you and then would you do jeff. Well at that point I ran up the embankment back onto the main Walmart. Parking Lot and there was a few people there. I I guess one of them did you. They asked me if the pilots okay and I said well I was the pilot. I'm okay everything's trying to register at that point and I asked to call nine one one. They already had called nine one one and we just waited for the police to get there and so forth. What an interesting deal. That happens so quickly. From your estimation from the time you release breaks till I don't know maybe thirty seconds forty five seconds later you're standing up on that embankment looking at your

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Secrets of a Kaggle Grandmaster with David Odaibo

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:25 min | 5 months ago

Secrets of a Kaggle Grandmaster with David Odaibo

"All right everyone. I am on the line with David. Dipoto David is co founder and CTO of Analytical Ai as well as a Kengo Grandmaster David. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you SAM. Happy to be here what? I'm really looking forward to this chat. I think this is the first Time I've had a sibling on the show. I interviewed your brother. Stephen Dipoto back in July of last year where we were talking about retinal image generation and he was up on twitter recently. Talking you up in your conquest on capital and I thought man. I've got to get this conversation as well. So congratulations for being the first sibling. At least to my knowledge on the PODCASTS. Ed Thank you. Why don't we start by having you share a little bit about your background? How did you come to work on machine learning when I started my PhD? I was interested in machine learning. I wasn't quite sure where to go back then. Those a lot of literature review a lot of digging around and back. Then you know I read a lot of papers. I I kind of tried to get a sense of where to go to get useful information and a K go kept creeping up and coming up in various in various things I read and so I finally join cable and the kind of a kind of put it gave me an opportunity to put some of that Theoretical background into practice and it made a lot of things made a lot more sense when you actually practice. So what were you studying for European? I was looking to investigate. Deep learning medical imaging and how the advances in deep learning at the time could be applied to various medically mission problems. And that sounds like an interesting runs in the family. Yeah yeah he does you know besides from any kind of genetic contribution what sparked your interest in that I wanted actually the first Niro network I have. I wanted to see if I could build something to recognize facing an image and this was actually before I started my I might these topic and so that was really how I got really interested in machine learning. Because we're something that was kind of blindly doing and you know as you're digging around. I wrote my first neural network in in C. SHARP. Which was it worked horribly. And this was in twenty twelve and you know That kind of made me realize that you read about how neural networks you work and all these things but you never really. I never really knew at the time. What the appropriate frameworks to us. And and and how you go about it basically so So wh why C. Sharp Microsoft developed a Microsoft. I was at Microsoft Enterprise. Divall bright had the Microsoft certifications and stuff so I was pretty good that C. Sharp at the time so I think. Let me let me try to do this. Sharp annual is just the absolute wrong idea. Wrong approach to us at the time. But you know if you have a hammer you know. He tried to so. If I'm putting the pieces together correctly you were the Microsoft enterprise developer before you went back. What prompted you to go back for your date. Well it's something I always wanted to do. You know after I got my masters I worked in industry a little bit and I always knew I needed to kind of pivot back and and complete being she so I was kind of it was something I was in the plans before a by one or two after being in school for so long Oregon gained some experience. Yeah Nice and so. He started working on neural networks. In C- Sharpen Hanegev. Banged Away with that hammer that you you had and it was. It was absolutely wrong today. I just didn't know where to go where to start back. Then you kind of were pursuing this formal research and education with the PAC but then you realize that there was can have a practical complement to that in Cagle How did you with you know once you can create an account and join cagle quote unquote like? How did you actually start? Did you just jump in and do a competition so I actually created my account for the first time I think it was two thousand fourteen? Two Thousand Fifteen And I think actually I I looked around I read. I didn't actually start competing too. You're later okay. So I I joined and then I just poked around and then later on I kept working on my stuff and I got better at it. I kind of identified. The right frameworks to us. I got a little bit more comfortable and then I think I did my first competition in in two thousand sixteen. And and that was that data sizable at the time that one was for trying to detect the volume of of of education in In heart cardiograms are so that was my first competition and that competition. I did okay. You know but I didn't do really well but it was good experience kind of got my feet but Yeah and were you. We had you partnered up with folks for that one or were you working independently. Yeah those are the other guy that we're a Jason Zinc where both in the same program and we're both doing kind of Medically mentioned so. We went into that competition together. Okay Cool and so that was twenty. Sixteen fast forward to twenty twenty and you've seen quite a bit of success in competitions. Can you talk about some of the your Maurice Results or the results that you're most proud of yeah so Shortly after that competition there's another one that was For also medical imaging related competition. It was for segmenting ultrasound images in the neck and there was Fortunately for me That competition is actually becomes bested. So there was a there was a new architecture. New Paper that was written on this thing called. An encoder Dakota network is called a unit and it hadn't really been used on cable before met architecture and had read the paper about the architecture and when I read the paper because I thought about this too you know like how do you say maintenance something I've been thinking about. But when I read that favor the ideas and the in the paper made a lot of sense and it almost seems so obvious that that was what you're supposed to do to segment images volition neural networks way. Try to preserve You try to preserve the localization information from the images and things so that paper really sparked my interest. I I read it. I was I was a fan of that. And this competition came up and somebody mentioned it and Back there knows a framework called LASAGNA and Theon oh and those frameworks are deprecated now but back. Then those actually what? I did what I used and I I. I said okay. I'M GONNA give it a shot. I'm try I'M GONNA try to implement this unit architecture and I did and I had no hope of actually doing well in that competition but I said let me give it a shot I implemented. I trained the network and to my surprise it worked and I was so I was just so happy that it worked. I had no idea I was going to finish second place in the competition so so that's probably the one most proud of because I had to hack a lot of things back. Then you know there was two thousand. Sixteen there was there was no there are not a lot of best practices and how you do segmentation even back there so there was this. A lot of the frameworks out. There had not specified how date augmentation mention. You know for imaging masks because when you train when you train segmentation networks to avoid over fit in you have to manage the image and the mask together and you have to find the right kind of maintain strategies and things like that so I have those. I created a good argumentation strategy. Good argumentation framework. And you know. I saw a lot of people in challenge struggling with this idea. You know and they were probably implementing two right augmentation strategies because Like I said this was the first time to use his unit in this competition. But I was kind of a little bit ahead of the game back then and So yeah so I finished in second place annuals. It was probably the proudest challenge.

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"theon" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

02:08 min | 6 months ago

"theon" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"Say the wake word so it feels like what you're doing is nice but it's is kind of you're solving a problem that doesn't really exist well. According to many reports that we have and they are intimidating to specialise there. There there's many reports of those companies basically recording listening and saying that they basically information and so on so I wouldn't be so sure about that. Are you talking about things like mistaken. Like when I say a word and they think I've talked to them but I haven't. Are We tell you about. Just their broadly listening in. I know that there there've been reports but some of those are not it's like they don't understand how these work. Yeah with that. I think the most important thing for people is that is that your privacy is protected. No no matter what what I the only thing that I can tell you is that were doing. Those companies have been those tech giant's having counting our information. I would say it's not what it's not reasonable. And then they haven't been been doing or taking the right approach or steps to let us know that they are willing and to protect our privacy. I I would say the other way around okay and has pleasant ever released a consumer oriented product before I know as a software the development shop. Yes that's right. We have worked for one on products for our client. What we have not much Proud of our own before so these these would be the first time in the consumer market and also the first hardware or have you done hardware for your clients as well we have done. What as well okay? When can people bill by this? They can stop after we release the product to the public and we have a shipping date of six to eight weeks depending on the volume of off sale. That we get okay. And I think that's it Demi. Thank you so much for coming on the show this week. Your work I'm stacey three enough tissue duck to you. That's it for this week. Thanks so much for listening and remember if you'd like more protein sign up for my newsletter at Stacee Theon IOT DOT com. We'll see you next week..

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Visiting Virunga National Park in the DRC

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

09:14 min | 8 months ago

Visiting Virunga National Park in the DRC

"I'd like to welcome to the show. Neil from Ireland. WHO's come to talk to us not about Ireland but about Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo meal meal? Welcome to the show thanks. It's great to be here now. We're talking to an Irishman about an African country. What is your connection with Virunga National Park Mark with DRC? I came across Franca. Maybe like a lot of people scrolling through next lakes and came across to Verona documentary was Oscar nominated donated a couple years back Across and when I watch this and I saw the conservation work being done there. I kind of felt a nose and the theon says well ever since we've been kind of keeping tabs on the park keeping tabs on to charity in the work. They're doing kind of daydreaming about coming here someday. Someday and fortunately a couple of months ago we got to choose and spent eight days in the park. And if we I wanted to put it on a map we're in the DC. So were in the western half of the southern part of Africa and where we within the Democratic Republic of Congo Virago. National Park is Roy's on the eastern edge of the DRC. And if you were to put on a map you're pretty much in in debt. Exact heart of Africa. So there's a very large cece Ghouma which is about a million people and the park ruins north from there along the border with Rwanda and Uganda excellent. And why should someone go to for National Park. Okay so I just Kinda tree. Main reasons people generally go to vulgar. I I swear I is the picture postcard. It's near Dongo Volcano. So for those of you don't know it's one of the only active laugh lakes Exon art so it's very very unique thing. I think there's only seven in the whole globe so that's a really big attraction the second power to to this is melting guerrillas. So again there's only three places on earth you can see mountain. Gross National Park is one of those and then finally when I'd say as Virunga is one of the oldest and degrades national parks on earth and wounded world's gray conservation projects and you can visit it with almost no other tourists so it's really a chance to see a great African National Park pretty much share says and when you say there are only a couple of other places you I can see mountain gorillas. You happen to be a stone's throw from them when you're in a national park absolutely so not grits. Basically the only live in the mountains and those mountains straddle the Rwandan Ugandan and DRC barter so within an hour urine in basically it's the same guerrillas and they actually do pass back and forth across the border and thrown guys just worn out those treat locations but there's some differences in in terms of price ace and the size of the group. You'd be with so can talk a bit about this when we talk about grits Deidra okay but really that areas why. I wanted to make sure that people understood is where we're win. We're all the way over there to the east. That means we're really just across the border from Uganda. What kind of are you going to recommend for US earth too? So I know gingerly generally on your podcast for kind of a week. Itinerary and Veronica some flexibility when we're going as far as Africa absolutely and I guess a lot of guests if they go to Africa. They're likely to maybe tag. This onto a maybe a wider trip or wider safari. Sorry so Veronica is actually very flexible so anything between kind of two days to eight days. You're going to see quite a lot. And there's kind the four main sites within the park and depending on your interests and preferences you can mix and match them so if you really only want to see the volcano you can be in forty not eight hours if you want to do everything about eight days and what we did was we. We spent quite a lot of time. There we dare nineteen days so we did everything quite a bit of detail and we can talk data entry but you can abs- dookie slice and dice it to fit your time-scale excellent and where should we start anyone. Visiting Virunga is going to be coming through the lower city of Goma. Now Goma is kind of an interesting place For want of a better. That's word so it's it's a city of a million people would huge number of those being UN peacekeepers and NGOs. It's always been in the power of the word. That's a little bit chaotic. And I found when I was looking at open. Your your listeners. Might find interesting is if you go on Google alert. There's two the twin cities. Most people will come in from Rwanda your fly into Kigali which is only about two to three hour drive into the border crossing and there's a town Cassini and Rwanda which is more twin the goal Matt Iran Roy's teacher. There's no real clear bar between the except if you look look on Google alert you can. Even if there was no barter on the map you could absolutely tell the difference between Rwandan D. R. C. On one side of the dimap map. There's these beautiful houses. Lovely Straight Roads Gardens Greenery and on the other side during his chaos absent whose that notre chaos and to be clear. You're you're side absolutely but chaos in isis going. So is an unusual place. I think the feeding on got there. It was kind of POMPEII in waiting. So the first thing that would really strike you when you get into Goma is developing near Dongo frames your the entire view so you look out over the city and in the very near distance is an Uruguayan. Go at eight. Tenths give out a a lot of clouds of smoke pretty much all day round and that's not a fake sewing. Volcano is very much active and erupted in two thousand and two was the most recent and and Flow True City caused quite go to visit damage. You'll still see when you drive through to see see places where say there was a two story house house and now the entrance is on the first floor because the whole ground floor is now basically solidified lava. It's an unusual usual spot. It's not one that I suspect. Most visitors spend any great toy man so like false wego barter and we a mess our guide who took US pretty much true Goma without stopping so we drove through the city. It's perfectly safe during the day but you kind of I think the most interesting power to the city is just to see I think for anyone who's experience either hasn't been in. Africa are as experience maybe more to safari lodges and that client side. It is a good introduction to maybe some of the more real day to day experiences underground it would awake in your senses for better or worse. But it's very interesting place to pass through and you mentioned meeting your guide. How did you find a guide for this trip? Spoiled it being quite a complicated power to the world. This was probably one of the easiest trips. I've ever taken so to go to the National Park because of the security region the organize everything centrally. So your point of contact would always be the national park and they have a specific tourist department that looks after all logistics. Ice was wanted under things that concern me day. One was a land border that I have to cross in Africa and does not always a reassuring thing to be doing so actually when I was underground founded wonderful laws when you cross the border into the DRC. There's actually a very very modern building thing that was actually funded by Howard. Both I think is one of he wanted years. He does a lot of charitable work so he actually Biz modern. Warren Buffett. Aso's Sorry Actually Warren Both its broader or other. Okay yes so. I think he's actually a partner in the business and he's also equally successful at he's actually hugely involved in Goma and national packets of and as has done amazing work. And actually when you go around here you'll see lots of signs bearing these names where he's foundation has done. Great work to actually Barda. Crossing itself is fantastic. It's like a modern kind of airport tight building and wanted conditions. Wins all of this very fancy building being used was that for the National Park. Were actually given an office inside in the Border Patrol area. So when you go in you don't meet Garrett's you don't meet people checking your passport. You actually meet your tourist. God who will take her passport. Kgo Eight eight-point scenes and organize everything for you while you sit comfortably in their tourist office so for anyone who's nervous about crossing borders navigating like that this is absolutely nucle- The easiest thing in the world it's not something to be concerned

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Why are smart women falling for pseudoscience health gimmicks?

Food for Thought

09:15 min | 9 months ago

Why are smart women falling for pseudoscience health gimmicks?

"Strange beliefs around. Women's bodies have a long history and every every day we have bombarded by new wellness claims from restoring the balance of our hormones to the self healing properties of salary juice and unsurprisingly thinly. The wellness industry is now worth a two point eight trillion worldwide. It has never been so difficult to distinguish fact from Fahd leaving many of us feeling extremely confused including myself joining me today to help uncover only the truth is personal trainer. bestselling selling author and women's Health magazine columnist. Alice Living Heller Alice. Hi Hello I think when they're all so many small women out left falling for harmful and pseudoscientific claims. Let's just our Ryan. Why do you think this is happening? I think it's a pretty interesting. It definitely been in the position where I've fallen for some stuff myself to I think it comes from a genuine place of us all wanting to live healthier live longer. I think we've suddenly the nego access to all of this information which he didn't necessarily have before where we're able to read about all of these things like on our health or wellbeing wellness wellness. Become a thing that was never a thing ten. You know ten years ago And he's become very difficult to decide for from fiction because I think many any many people enter. And I'M GONNA use even though I I use in brackets but the wellness industry with the best intentions of wanting to help people to achieve that elusive thing. That as ultimate health and happiness if it so exists And I think it's difficult because I think the people that we are listening to ball all people like yourself who oversee qualified experts You know anyone can enter and this is the dangerous thing is anyone in Canada onto social media call themselves whatever they one give themselves whatever kind of title they deem to be appropriate and then saw spouting of information in a very authoritative way which for the average person seems seems legit so it's really difficult for the average consumer of social media to know what is fact and what is fiction completely. I think you hit the nail on the head when you said said it comes from potentially a very warm loving place they can end up with a little trouble in some recent trends. I think have been. They've been a bit city but interesting thing. So one study suggested one in five women have have washed inside their vagina in the past year. And apparently it's called douching douching if it was a French word douche shower cooled yet latouche I mean. Do you know anything about this. Have you seen as we know that the vaginal tissues the my son's tissue the body. So I think it's a really interesting and I actually think it's a wide issue. That doesn't just stem from that particular piece of research. I think if we look brands we've seen how consumerism has driven us to create that we don't actually necessarily need and then make us believe that we ultimately do really need them and I think that's the really difficult Area where it's not just feminine hygiene products. It's loads the things within the industry that we don't need we've lived without for years and years and years and suddenly we're being told that the we we absolutely need this to live like I said live healthier and live longer And there's a price tag attached to it. Am I just think it's a very elitist worrying kind of trend that seems to be in Increasing yeah I think the thing with these kind of Feminine Hygiene Products is the research has shown time and time again this gynecologist. Who say this is not necessary? The Ph of your China will maintain itself and you do not need to wash yourself with any luxury products you will. You will naturally do that yourselves and and I think like unfortunately it goes back to what you're talking about in the first conversation. Which is the the the marketing pitching around? This stuff has been so good but people believe that the unfortunately they're gonNA trust something that they see in the shelving boots over gynecologist. He's saying you don't need this completely. I mean some of even said it's a contraceptive to which is worrying. And I read as well that it cannot be throw off the balance of the good bacteria in the Vaginas like Alice said. I think it's a bit of a money making to Ooh head but you have to be careful because the Internet can sail a lot of things in different societal norms. Tell us one thing different cultures but at the end of the day if you are looking for contraceptive I'm just begging anyone. Listening go to see who jeep but also it kind of taps into a deeper issue of the fact that we we should be in some in some way ashamed of of a joiner and ashamed of you know. There's lots of stigma attached to our The area things like Oh you know if it smells or well you know all of these things and we made to feel ashamed. Thought which can handle things like your sexual relationships your self confidence. It goes much much deeper than just it being about it. Not being necessary and interesting when I was reading up about it About you know these Feminine Hygiene Dogs. The gynecologist on their website says you know if if a woman should choose to wash her for China with something. It should be this and it's like no like you can't very gray tom in a very gray statement to make in that he's not necessarily saying you have to have it. But if you should choose to and I just think we really need to be a lot clearer in what we need and what we don't need for our bodies and making it a lot simpler for people because as you know in the nutrition walled things have just so overcomplicated and we. We're being made to feel as though we have to spend and lot of money on achieving elusive thing called like optimal health. And just not knowing the nutritional is just not the case. Narin you correctly said that I praise on the vulnerable and also what I call the worried. Well as well as something. That happens a lot that I see that it preys on one of our insecurities as females as well. It's you're right. It's much deeper rooted. This is definitely not my fail but deep-rooted psychology that perhaps would definitely not good enough or inferior striving for perfection which which is which is worrying but else. Have you seen that dangerous recently that we should be aware of. I think something that I've seen online. which actually a couple of people I've seen call out which is great and people in authority in position? You have to do so which is even better but One of them is whom I in balancing now. I think this is a really really interesting area because I think it particularly played preys on women and vulnerable women who feel as though in George George case like seeing who feels like they've almost done everything to try and lose weight and nothing's he's walking and then this person comes along and says but I can dance your hormones and suddenly. It's like the the cured and they are so much better and they're able to lose weight and I think this this idea of home and balancing from people that are not under control adjusts on not doctor is unwell. People with any qualification bought. Maybe being a personal trainer is quite concerning completely. I think especially with the whole my balancing. It's also linked to Ah for instance you yourself a very open about having polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and I think for women out there the large majority of them indefinitely listeners. Go about the episode we recorded with Anita the Gyna- Geek so many people software endometriosis and different female related problems. And this is all my saying I can help help you fix that balance this out by taking these supplements and I mean I was. Why do you think that it's it's the products? Now targeting women and especially those under the age of eighteen seen as well as seems to be everywhere I think because there's money there I think it's because we have become Like I said earlier. We've we've we've come to to believe that we need to spend money on our health and the more money we spend on the battery it must be and I think big big brands have caught onto the fact that people. Aw Aw all willing to spend money on their wellbeing and their health and so every. Brian going is trying to make themselves a wellness brand in some way. If you look at campaigns from from you know all all sorts of onto the sun they'll always try and have like a wellness line goal because they realize that it's a great marketing style US Brandon. You'll be healthier theon happy. I just think everyone yeah. And particularly when you mentioned the under eighteen like it's really concerning A lot of this stuff is targeted at girls. That are not You know they're not even out of puberty. That bodies are still changing the cylinder that are still deciding who they are and who they want to be and to come in and already make thank them conscious and aware of things that they don't need to be made aware of that age structure Such tricky like time anyway It's no wonder that we have the issues that we do and I think there is completely multifactoral and when it comes down to. I think social media doesn't help the media doesn't help but I also think marketing foxing products particularly that focused on things like weight loss or health to a certain degree. Goals are goes on boys that are under eighteen is this is really

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Evo Morales and Bolivia: What We Know About the President’s Resignation

Democracy Now! Audio

11:16 min | 9 months ago

Evo Morales and Bolivia: What We Know About the President’s Resignation

"We turn out to the deepening political crisis in Bolivia on Sunday. Libyan President Morales resigned in what he described as a coup shortly after the Bolivian military took to the airwaves to call for his departure. On Tuesday. Morales flew to Mexico where he has received the silent on Tuesday night. Right wing. Senator Janine on yes declared herself Bolivia's new president despite a lack of a quorum in the congress gris to approve her ascension to that post I can't they suffered in theon preceding or not. We are facing here. A presidential succession Shen originating from the vacancy of the presidency of the state you to the definitive absence of the president vice president which means that according to the text and and meaning of the Constitution President of the Chamber of Senators. I immediately assumed the presidency of the state as foreseen in the constitutional order comprehend. I commit myself to accept responsibility for all necessary measures to pacify. The country held a Bible when announcing her claim to the presidency declaring the Bible returns to the Presidential Palace Modalities Movement Toward Socialism. Party is refusing to recognize the new president calling her claim. Legal and decrying Motorola's resignation as a military coup last month. President Morales was re elected for fourth term term. Racist opponents claimed was marred by fraud. He ran for a fourth term after contesting referendum upholding term limits Morales step down soon after accepting the Organization of American can states call for new elections on Tuesday. Morales spoke in Mexico Amigo. I also want to tell you. Brothers and sisters. As long as I am alive we will stay in politics as long as I am alive. The fight will continue and we're sure that the people of the world have all the rights to free themselves. Departure has sparked mark demonstrations and clashes across Bolivia in La Paz to stay his supporters. took to the streets. Did it was being Paul. Remember the opposition will never be able to govern as Evermore Dallas has done hurts us. Our neater bb will be missing love. You left orphaned for more. We host a debate on the political crisis in Bolivia and Lopez were joined the democracy now video stream by Pablo Salon former ambassador to the United Nations under president into Evo Morales until two thousand eleven. He's former chief negotiator on climate change for Bolivia and in Amherst Massachusetts. We're joined by Kevin Young Assistant Professor of History Street University of Massachusetts Amherst. He's the author of blood of the Earth Resource. Nationalism Revolution and Empire in Bolivia Young is also the editor of making the Revolution Histories Histories of the Latin American left. We welcome the both to democracy. Now let's begin in Bolivia with Pablo Salon can do you describe what happened as a coup. I think it's very complicated to say. It's cool because I think there was a popular valium because this issue stuck in two thousand sixteen whenever Morales didn't recognize the result of a referendum. That said that he couldn't run for a new reelection election. If he would have respected that referendum he would have finished his third term as probably the best present in Bolivia but he didn't do that. He forced that the Constitutional Tribunal Did a statement saying that it was a human right to to run for new elections and then we have the elections of the twenty eighth of October Stober. Were they were. There was definitely frog you have we have so many evidences here ear so many reports from different institutions not only are saying that of course the population went to the street it was massive and it has lasted for twenty days so to say this is a coup. d'etat plan by The towels the right-wing forces fascist forces. I think it's it's to make a caricature of what is really happening. Now who's going to take advantage of. The situation are going to be right-wing forces is going to be the imperialist North America but who created this crisis I think was this his addiction to power that ever moralist and his party began to have during the last years. I'd like to ask S. A. Kevin Young to Deal with the same issue of whether this was a coup or not and also to deal with the reality that the majority in the Congress. It's still of the is the political party of Emma Morale's so to what degree can Whoever becomes president be able to To to move forward with the political agenda given the enormous strength still love the oven without his forces in the country a coup has has a simple and straightforward definition. It's the unconstitutional removal. A sitting President before that President's term in office is up in the case of Bolivia Evo Morales is elected president. His term isn't do up until January. Twenty first of twenty twenty and in this case on Sunday. Oh you had the lead commander of the belief armed forces directly intervening in ordering evo out of office. So that's a coup and I think that's that's pretty straightforward forward. That shouldn't be controversial. What makes this coup particularly dangerous is that it is being supported by the most racist and reactionary elements hits in Bolivian society? Now as well as by the United States now all of that being said the overall political situation in Bolivia is complex complex. All of the opposition is not the same. The opposition is not monolithic. There are opposition protesters who are much more progressive Many indigenous groups working class Bolivians have become very disillusioned with the government and turned against it. So those voices are important and to recognize. We shouldn't be painting the entire opposition with the same. Brush or insinuating that it's all some conspiracy by the United States. But at the same meantime it is important to recognize as well that almost half of the Bolivian population voted for Edelmira October twentieth. And whether you think that's forty seven seven percent as the government said or maybe it's only forty six or forty five percent. The fact remains that almost half of Bolivia's still supported Avo on October Twentieth Twentieth. And those voices also need to be counted and recognized they may have criticisms of the government many of them do and I know some of them but they're they're not supporting the coup because they fear that a right wing government is really going to roll back some of the progressive gains that have been made in the last thirteen years in in an immediate sense. They're they're fearful of right wing violence in the streets which is happening in which is targeting particularly indigenous Bolivians. Now what's going to happened with the Congress because despite the fact that many moss legislators and officials have resigned sometimes under threat of violence from the right it is still true that a majority of the congress is controlled by the Maas Party. They have signaled they have said that they are interested in finding finding a constitutional resolution to the crisis. Now what exactly that's going to look like is still very unclear. It's not clear what new elections are going to look like or under what conditions they're going to be held. The Maas Party is somewhat in disarray. The last several days so we really don't know what's going to happen at this point the song I wanted to ask you about this This issue of Motorola's had agreed as a result of the protests industries and the the recommendation of the Organization of American States to hold new elections. So should the opposition have at least waited until his term was was up until new elections were held Be before attempting to remove him completely and also the issue of the military the military On on the one hand said that we're not going to intercede when the police officers began rebelling against the government but then has interceded To join the police police in now attempting to quell protests of Morales supporters. Okay so the first thing ever morales call to new elections when he said he was going to call new elections and he said he was going to change the electoral court which meant that. He agreed that the electoral court was involved in some cases of fraud in the the elections of the twentieth of October. Because a ever morale is didn't say I called with elections and I respect this electoral court. I will change it because the evidence were to to a there was fraud and of course you have in the population relation. Let them writing forces. The population said what's out. You're saying that new elections with a new electoral court means means that there was fraud and fraud. It's something that you cannot except it's a crime so you cannot. Let's say okay. Well there was no. I'm going to call for new elections. Nothing happened in Bolivia. Now I guarantee you that everything is going to be okay. It's impossible what happened there. The Danilovich coup and went out to the streets that day and force morale is no. They said we're not going to go out to the street. The situation is terrible so people don't accept new elections after you are recognizing that there was wrong. That is what they said. And and we suggest that you sign and they didn't went out to the streets and why did he resign my point of view. He resigned because he was not able to sustain. The is this idea that the elections of the twentieth of October were were clean and if they weren't clean he was involved. Because you cannot do that frog without the involvement of the government

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Antisocial: Online Extremists, Techno-Utopians and the High-Jacking of the American Conversation

The Book Review

09:19 min | 9 months ago

Antisocial: Online Extremists, Techno-Utopians and the High-Jacking of the American Conversation

"Andrew Marantz joins us now from Chicago. He is a staff writer at the New Yorker occur and the author of a new book called Antisocial Online Extremists Techno Utopians and the hijacking of the American conversation enter. Thanks thanks for being here. Thanks for having me these pretty not nice people that you research for this book. I don't want to bum people out too much with the subject matter and I and I don't think of it as purely just trying to dunk people's heads in the scary toilet bowl of the Internet. You know my goal is not to just sort of tore people through who the badness and show it and say hey look at all these bad people. There is an element of that and I was spending three years hanging out in person primarily and also online with some pretty odious people. But it's really a kind of test case for what the Internet can do to us and kind of how we can understand it well enough to to pull ourselves out of it so so it's not merely just gawking. Seal injected teeny bit of hope. Perhaps into this world some hope some some diagnosis of where we're at and also I thought of it to use a kind of nerdy philosophical term. I thought of the whole thing as a kind of reductio AD absurdum that if we had a functional informational landscape this is not where we would have ended up so it's really sort of about how information in in technology and media have led us to the place where we're at now and how we got here all right before we get into the topic which is very serious on a lighter note. Perhaps I couldn't help. But I don't know if you've seen this movie on an airplane Longshot. With Seth Rogan. And Charlie's Theon have you heard about this or seen it. I haven't seen it okay. So it opens up with a journalist is sort of Gonzo journalist embedding himself with Neo Nazis and white nationalists and that whole world to write about them so I couldn't help it but picture that but in all seriousness. What was it like meeting people in person? And how hard was it to break into this world. The people I was going to as a whole range that we it wasn't doesn't purely neo Nazis. There were some Neo Nazis. who were very not thrilled about me? Being Jewish and that really became an issue with them way more than I expected. I didn't expect the antisemitism to be so front and center with some people that the Jews are really kind of at the center of their dark cosmology and with them that was really an issue issue. I mean there were people who would talk to me for hours and hours and then sort of halt in the middle of an interview and go wait. You're not a Jew are you and it'd be like come on man if you're your professional antisemites for a living and you can't figure me out your your job so that became awkward. What happened when you said yes? They would kind of get flustered and one guy in particular he had a podcast called the daily show which was his very funny. About the Holocaust he was a real true dyed-in-the-wool Anti Semite right and he would brag to his followers about how he had such good Jew Dr as he called it because they're obsessed with how Jews can pass as white even though by their lights. They're not really early white so he would constantly warn his listeners. You know you guys don't get it but I do. Because I grew up in the northeast. He actually was from this. Very very multicultural. Bucolic Golic New Jersey suburb where his father taught Beowulf at college. I mean he was really like Kinda. The Progressive Dream turned progressive nightmare and his parents ended up disowning in him. And I it was a whole thing and he actually as a sidebar was married to a Jewish woman which was complicated for him so he was his own kind of little Phillip Roth novel all of a person this is just sort of like one chapter of the book but when I start going down that rabbit hole with him and then he finally finds out that I'm Jewish in the middle of an interview. He he gets very flustered. He says you had red hair so that really threw me off. You know and I'm like again. You should have had that on your list of things to watch out for happens. Yeah yeah it does happen but then we kept talking for hours. I suggested that we meet up in person. And he picked a German beer hall for us to meet at and you know they they were constantly trying to throw thrown me off my game and sometimes it worked. I mean I I have to say sometimes. They're they're trolling was effective. Even at the level of kind of unnerving me other times they really didn't and I found it kind of clownish and silly like when I showed up at a German beer hall I was like okay. You know I'm just GonNa sit here and let you do your thing and try to you. Know he tried to have an argument with me about Israel which I did not indulge him in but for the most part the earlier parts of the book I really Kinda turned to the deeper Nazi. Not Stuff after Charlottesville. When it became clear that that was a national issue that I couldn't look away from the earlier stuff was more about what they call the light? As opposed is to the outright people who are misogynist people who are Islam phobic but they fall on the correct side of what they call the J Q which is the Jewish question and these are people who were fine with my being Jewish and they really are more motivated I would say by Sajjan xenophobia and other things and when I was in those spaces I never felt unsafe. I just had to hold my tongue you know and not object to everything I found objectionable or I would never. I wouldn't have been able to fly on the wall for three years. I would have left after five minutes and I just sort of Said Okay my job here as a New Yorker style reporter is to see people up close really get a feel for who they are when they're on their own when they're mask starts to slip and I can't do my the job if I am constantly showing my hands knowing that felt weird and conflict but I felt like I would get better I better servicing the reader by putting putting it in the book than by just doing it in the moment. We're not there to Gawk because you said it just merely to do a late cecile logical observation of these people. So what was your goal with the questions that were driving you and exploring the subject. I was worried about the purely ethnographic. I mean I like a lot of books that are pretty purely ethnographic and just sort of showing what a subculture is or does as you say that the more Gonzo thing. I wanted to stay away from that particularly in our charged moment. I wanted to do something that had a little bit. More Synthesis and analysis in it and so the questions will really one of the basic questions was just okay. The reason techno utopianism is in the subtitle of the book is we had this moment in the early twenty first century when a bunch of young guys. He's like a handful of young men uprooted everything we knew about how information was was disseminated in our society. -ociety they disrupted they innovated. They moved fast and broke things they had no plan for. What would supplant those thing? Even when they were asked they didn't have a clear vision of what this Utopian future would be like. They just assumed will topple. Everything will clear out all the cobwebs of traditional hierarchical means of communication in and then something better will automatically take its place and that to me was the underlying question of the book that the this this tacit and even sometimes explicit faith in American exceptionalism in the arc of history always Kinda automatically inevitably bending toward justice that leads people to have really dangerously naive politics and dangerously naive plans for their technological future. You know I mean. We don't think of things like facebook and twitter and read it as being inherently political. But you know I spent a lot of time reconstructing how those things came into being and I spent a Lotta time physically immersing myself in the offices of read it in particular and watching how they do have a test. Ideology that motivates them and the ideology was the marketplace of ideas will sort it all out and this book was really trying trying to prove demonstratively. That is not the case. The marketplace of ideas has failed to sort it out libertarian approach to the Internet yeah. They were proudly techno libertarian. They were very into you know Liz affair above all and you know it sounds really nice to say as twitter always said we're the free speech wing of the Free Speech Party that obviously obviously in a vacuum all things being equal being pro. Free speech is Great. It's just when you don't hold that intention with other things and when you don't imagine in your mind's eye hi how dark and weird and bad things can get not that they will automatically. I mean I don't WanNa replace the arc of history bending toward justice with an equally sure. Sure faith at the arc of history will bend toward terror. And I mean I'm not that much of a pessimist I'm just trying to replace our faith in inevitability with one of what I call them. The book contingency where lots of different things can happen. You kind of have to have guardrails in place. In case something weird happened and who would have thought given that motto for twitter they would have put a ban on political advertising. Yeah I mean we've come so far away farther than even when I was shopping. This book proposal around things have changed so much in terms of you know to use another kind of stock phrase the the way the overton window on these issues has moved. It has been really surprising to me and look. It's not naturally you can't expect people to anticipate everything but you know one of the analogies. I drive to hosting a party when you start a social media company any. They like to think of themselves as a town square. Or you know public criers or

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Amelia Boone: Living Authentic

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:02 min | 10 months ago

Amelia Boone: Living Authentic

"Today's best is known widely I would say for her grit her ability to suffer her name is Amelia soon and she is the most dominant and decorated female in the history of obstacle course racing fifty podiums thirty victories Spartan race world champion three time world's toughest mudder champion her list of accolades goes on and on and on she's also the ultimate weekend warrior because Amelia has accomplished all of this while balancing a fulltime career as a corporate attorney I at Skadden arps in Chicago and now at apple in Cupertino dubbed the Queen of pain it's a career that's landed her on magazine covers major publication features and title television gigs as a commentator and along the way she's held herself out as essentially an open book sharing her journey social media and many podcasts but reflecting back she now calls those experiences selective vulnerability an open book appearance with veneer of transparency that belied that shrouded in essential truth about her life because while Emilia was being celebrated as this unbreakable theon prodded for her daily habits morning routine or training regimen and her race tactics she harbored a secret a secret twenty year battle with food and mental health an eating disorder basically that that she kept hidden and compartmentalized which has been an obstacle more daunting than any ratio endured however four bone injuries likely the result of of her dysfunctional relationship with food chain all of that so this past summer she summoned the courage to confront it I threw an ended treatment program and then by sharing her story for the first time with the public vulnerable and courageous blog post later we're her protracted struggle or guilt or shame and all of this was motivated by a desire on behalf of Amelia to to really change the way we talk about out eating disorders and that post prompted an extended media cycle that led to a broader and more important conversation about the prominence of this addition among athletes and Beyond and today's episode is a powerful extension of that ongoing conversation. It's coming up in a few but first let's take care of business today's episode is brought to you by Athletic Greens? I think you could say that I'm a minimalist when it comes to supplements not one of those athletes that has a cupboard with twenty different jars filled with powders but I do believe in smart supplementation and irrespective of whatever Diet looks

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Ecuador Reaches Fuel Subsidy Deal To End Violent Protests

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:26 min | 10 months ago

Ecuador Reaches Fuel Subsidy Deal To End Violent Protests

"Twelve days of mass demonstrations force Ecuador's go government to reinstate fuel subsidies live from London this is the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service. I'm Victoria Creek Good morning two weeks ago Ecuador's president wrapped fuel subsidies as part of an International Monetary Fund loan program aimed at shoring up the struggling economy but as gas prices soared protests by indigenous people at the Capitol Kito to a standstill violence even forced the government to relocate its offices to a port city four hundred miles away the BBC's Matai Isabel is in Ecuador he explains what fueled the government's reversal if scared of the broadest deliver of violence that force the government to declare the state of Michigan theon bitten a few force the government as well the conversation today between the President and initiative leader was taking place in Kitale recommissioned agreement she will move the administration back to the capital city and indigenous groups. Eh compromise too if the capital city and go back to the areas I'm pretty sure the IMF will have a close is in the new decree remember now the negotiations are not over people need to go back to normal especially people in the capital city they are really fed up with broken Matai Isabel reporting from Ecuador there

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NPR Shopping Cart Economics: How Prices Changed At A Walmart In 1 Year

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:17 min | 11 months ago

NPR Shopping Cart Economics: How Prices Changed At A Walmart In 1 Year

"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity. Some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like Xfinity X. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply all right ever since the trade war between the US and China started last year economists have been warning that it is going to hit Americans in the wallet that we're GONNA ended up paying higher prices for some products so did that end up happening since August two thousand eighteen. NPR's Alina Seljuk has been tracking prices at a single single Walmart in the state of Georgia and she has this story left. Let's go right. This was about a year ago producer Charlotte Norsworthy Theon. I walked every aisle of Walmart in Liberty County Georgia now. Let's go find some lamps. Let's do it our goal was to track how the trade war with China might trickle down to shoppers at America's biggest retail store chain shoelaces how much four dollars Manila folder sharpie marker porpoises is this right behind you and Scott Toilet paper. That's going to be on. I all twenty three. We begin with the first tariffs. The White House imposed last year on imports from China and some from Mexico so Canada. We started tracking prices of about eighty items at this Walmart. I don't think I've ever spent this much time grocery store ever in now now. It's a year later and here's what we found some prices in our shopping cart climbed significantly at least in part because of the tariffs a set of two table lamps by better homes and gardens now costs ten percent more Sylvania lightbulbs fresh garlic and a stanley screwdriver are more expensive to we've been tracking a girl's bicycle chosen with the help of an expert all their you. Richard these like stealing the most the swan that bike made by Kent is now six percent more expensive. The makers of all these items did not comment on our specific products but some of them confirmed that tariffs half Bush washed them to raise prices though overall and this is a big takeaway the impact of tariffs proved uneven many of the prices did not change a few you actually went down for example the two most expensive things we tracked a video TV and a Hamilton Beach Microwave. They are made in China but they got cheaper. That's it's because TV's and electronics get cheaper. Every year. Terrorists are only part of the story prices go up and down for lots of reasons for example costs of transportation in and Labor but overall when we looked at the prices inside our tariff inspired shopping cart we found that on average the change we saw was an increase crease of more than three percent. That's almost double the current rate of inflation. These things really are pretty complex and it's very hard to forecast the prices will change. Emily Wong is an economist at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Let's say the tariff is one dollar. It doesn't necessarily mean gene that if you're purchasing. Let's say a piece of clothing that was like twenty nine dollars now. You're going to have to pay thirty. We it's even possible that the remains twenty nine dollars or even go below that's because makers and sellers don't like raising prices they want to get shoppers into stores not scare them mm away and retailers like Walmart are powerful they get the final say on the prices that you see and they're also big they can spread the new costs around on the whole store or absorb them and even pressure the brands and manufacturers to bear more of the burden every company that imports anything from China China is now making this calculation take for example makers of pet products like a dog leash in our NPR basket. They don't WanNa have to ask these costs along to pet owners but unfortunately it's becoming more and more necessary. Mike Vogler is the head of the pet industry joint advisory council the plastic fabric and metal that go into making taking pets crates bowls and collars have been hit by new tariffs what we're finding used really throughout the entire life cycle of pet care products. Everyone's feeling the pinch. This and ultimately prices are going to have to continue to go up in fact shoppers are only starting to feel tariffs in the first few waves the trump administration specifically targeted industrial industrial materials and parts rather than consumer products to avoid shocking Americans with price hikes to the White House. The goal of tariffs is to make Chinese imports. It's more expensive so that American companies move production and jobs back to the US but few companies have actually been able to do that. Many state put our switch to other foreign countries and that's of course one of the problems with five lateral trade battles is like whack a mole. Joel bracket is the chief economist at IHS Hs Market for example China and Vietnam both fish in the same waters for the fish that we get from that part of the world so Vietnam trade with the US booming right now. This kind of reshuffling has been happening across many products including clothes consoles furniture in some cases like with shoes. The vast majority have historically come from China. Now more tariffs are kicking in this month next month and in December by the end of the year almost everything imported from China from apple juice used toys laptops will all have a new tax and our shopping cart might get pricier. Alina saw you NPR news he lebatard Jelly Sally screaming. We want crunchy are going to start that debate. Are you a crunchy peanut butter eater yeah they're both two oh eight you can see all of the prices that Alina and her team tracked at NPR Dot Org Slash shopping cart this message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast Business Gig fueled network solutions that help businesses go beyond the expected into the extraordinary comcast business beyond fast learn more at comcast business dot com.

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STEMinists: Hypatia of Alexandria

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:43 min | 11 months ago

STEMinists: Hypatia of Alexandria

"Manica. Today we're travelling back over a millennium to a boom education culture and knowledge today stem was a thinker who rivaled some of the greatest philosophers offers of her era her charm wit and teaching ability threatened those in power so much. They strove to silence her now now. She's a feminist icon. Let's talk about hype E. Shah of Alexandria not much is known about high patient early life but historians believe she was born around the year three thirty five in Alexandria. The city was established by Alexander. The great it soon became a cultural hub for study religion and philosophy high patience father was theon of Alexandria a mathematician and astronomer who was known for his writings NHS and research. The women of the day were traditionally expected to stick to domestic roles theon rejected those restrictions and tutored his daughter math astronomy on and philosophy as an adult patient became a respected thinker. She was the first reported woman to make significant mathematical. Michael and philosophical advancements building on the work of other academics in geometry number theory and astronomy and her work constantly turned heads. Ed's not only was she scholar at Alexandria University high patient also took her teaching to the streets she donned the scholars robes usually reserved for men stood in the Public Square and lectured about philosophy high. Pay Show was a pagan but wasn't selective about her students. Despite burgeoning religious tensions in the city she taught many Christian students as well as fellow pagans. Even those who opposed her religious beliefs admitted her prowess as an educator thinks type patients work she also had influence over some members of the political elite including the city's governor arrestees the Christian Archbishop of Alexandria Cyril resented the connection between arrestees arrestees in high patia blaming her for keeping arrestees from accepting true faith. I pay show is such talented charismatic speaker that opponents often often blamed her for keeping people from Christianity. It didn't help that religious tensions in Alexandria worsened over time uh-huh finally the city reached a boiling point in the year four fifteen one of cereals Christian associates on a mission hoping to find the local Jewish community plotting against the Christians. He found no such thing but was caught and punished by arrestees after the punishment Cyril was furious and encouraged his followers to raid and murder the Jewish people city. Those who survived were forced to flee in its frenzy the mob wet looking for high patient. She was on her way home from delivering her daily lectures when the horde dragged her from her chariot brutally tortured and killed her high patient's death shocked shocked the empire even writers who had previously accused of witchcraft recorded her murder a tragedy transforming her into murder for philosophy and enlightenment patient murder sadly mark just the beginning of cereals attack on Alexandria intellectuals. The University of Alexandria was sacked and burned on his orders and pagan temples were torn down. Artists and philosophers fled the city and mass Hi Patience image has been used throughout history to represent different ideas in the Middle Ages. She was a symbol of Christian virtue and in the age of enlightenment she represented opposition to Catholicism in eighteen fifty three Charles Kingsley published a novel named after her High Patia that romanticized her as one of the last true modern Greeks today she's an icon for women's rights and empowerment though the vast majority of her work was lost in the destruction of Alexandria many accounts of her skill remain. High Patia of Alexandria tree out will forever be remembered as legendary innovative thinker despite those who tried to silence her ideas forever

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18 Years After 9/11, Is Peace Approaching?

World News Analysis

13:35 min | 11 months ago

18 Years After 9/11, Is Peace Approaching?

"Listening to the panel discussion of wrote today. I'M GONNA in Beijing eighteen years after nine. Eleven attacks is peace approaching refusing to hand over Osama bin Laden al Qaeda who was quickly identified as a man responsible the US invaded Afghanistan marking the start of Afghanistan war against the Taliban eighteen years of war and talks president trump declared a recently the peace talk was the a wisdom holly. Ali Ben were dead after the Council Secreta meeting with a group in the United States to continue our panel discussion. We have Zun can research fellow with coaching while university and Joe Hi Research Fellow at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Max Abrahams in the United States Assistant Professor of political legal science at northeastern university so max first of all what do you make of the very idea of inviting the Taliban to Washington for the first time especially at a time time closed due commemoration of nine eleven attack. I'm very surprised from I think that that at the invitation that should never have actually really hard to believe that trump invited the how to all right around the anniversary of nine eleven. I mean trump used to criticize Obama for negotiating with the Taliban remotely never mind from nine eleven never buy we. Are you know with the idea that I would lead to keep with the Taliban. The negotiations previously were over and so I. I don't grudge The recinding Oh that invitation he almost didn't make expense. I mean the story was at the invitation was presented because an American was killed in the violence well. That's it's really not very surprising at all to call them remains very violent group and if anything seems escalated to violence during these you so called negotiation that Ted I don't WanNa leave you were with the impression that some Hawk on. I'm actually not in favor of the United States withdrawing from but I don't believe you that negotiation are a requirement to do what the United States should do in Afghanistan. It's simple we appeal to the VM Dope in France I don't think that the United States should lecture the Taliban on how it needs to you know with the Afghan government or how needs to reduce militancy locally or how it needs to respect human rights the Taliban isn't going to do any of these things you need to do. Simply state is its power and we we don't want to be in your country and you don't Wanna in your country and so we are going to withdraw however if circuit it is another nine eleven attack if the if the NPS is used again as a launchpad for Bass casualty the terrorist attack against the United States then the American public phobe strongly in favor of returning Tennessee on essentially giving you the ice discretely so it's really up to you the Tobin he want to remain a local group because if you start acting like a transnational terrorist group and if you don't police the area if you allow your country to be used by groups like the al-Qaeda Akagi network two large international well then we may come back in the gloves come off and so I do not believe that negotiations with the Taliban or advisable and I don't think that they're a requirement for us to get out of that John would trump hope to accomplish with a meeting with with the Taliban in the United States in the first place. I want to go back into history just a little bit in two thousand nine. When Obama first entered into office he started the so-called search Afghanistan adding more than thirty thousand troops in Afghanistan. Try to stabilize the country and try to protect the communities immunities on the ground so that's the Karzai government can stand on its food now. Ten years later is not successful in in terms of protecting and also continue to help the current. Afghan government to sustain yourself and on the other side. I Taliban expanding territory and now occupy more than two thirds of the country particularly in the rural area so I think it's not that at the US wanted to do this or that is that they cannot achieve the original goal of eradicating terrorism and also establishing a government pretty much finished the task of nation-building so at this point they were forced to negotiate with the Taliban if they want to withdraw troops according to some time lie and there's a very strong support in the United States for us to withdraw from that country because some people think staying that catch far too long and they are now in less risk from terrorism from that country so trump is actually representing a lot of people. The majority of Americans will to withdraw from that country is just way too through what approach that you can withdraw with confidence that Taliban will no longer support terrorism continue to be a launchpad for terrorism but negotiations didn't go well because again trump trump just won't theatrics. He wanted to have a big deal to show to American. People that he got things done however when you go to the real real problem and trying to solve that problem there are a lot of mistrust between the Taliban the US government so on the one hand Taliban don't think that the US will completely withdraw from Afghanistan and on the other side of the US still wanted to stay there and monitor situation people in the trump administration creation particularly recent fired national security advisor Baltim- probably still want to maintain a number of military force and the basis in Afghanistan still operating so when you still have this mistrust. It's very difficult to get the grand deal Dan overnight. That's why inviting Taliban into the United States probably for a signing ceremony is a very bad idea from the very beginning now it fells part so zone withdraw from Tom. Ghanistan Dow was the key two thousand sixteen trump campaign promise so hall political of Trump's a decision of on Afghanistan immediately twenty twenty onto your reelection pressure. I mean I agree I agree with what the judges said that it it a lot of the negotiation a lot of this this process was about the trump campaign achieving this big promise on their mandate and with the twenty twenty election coming up a grand and victory in Afghanistan would have meant this big deal that was signed between the Taliban and the US government but you know let's again go back in history in two thousand and eleven and twelve there was a big call by the Obama Administration for the Karzai government assigned the BSE and within the Afghan government there were two different parties one that wanted the US troops to leave withdrawal instant withdrawal so that the Taliban would come to the negotiation table and which turned out to be the assure of any government. They were not in favor of immediate withdrawal. Now we see that for the US list for the American people withdrawal from Afghanistan is important. It's a war that has cost almost nine hundred and eighty billion. US dollars over the years. It's been eighteen eighteen years and we don't know what what what the war is for Osama bin. Laden was found killed in two thousand eleven he initially not handing over was the reason to going to have gone is Stan then the question of nation building the trump administration has clearly said that we're not here to build anything and of course as was mentioned by I earlier panelists the gone Taliban have two thirds more more of the Afghan territory under them than before so clearly it seems to be at that the presence in Afghanistan isn't achieving anything concrete but it's not about the presence in Afghanistan of the war in Afghanistan. It is about what are the consequences quences off an exit that is premature and the consequences can be dire. we know what happened in the nineteen ninety s Pakistan Afghanistan the region at on as a whole suffered because of an abrupt ending to aboard that wasn't well planned and right now of course for from the American perspective if nine eleven and God forbid is to happen again then we can go back and treat them the way isis has been treated but that is not the real question you have China you have Pakistan. You'll save India the government government which has been supported by the Americans to abandon them of ruthlessly can have consequences fall was and what happened was nine eleven post nineteen eighty s war in Afghanistan and I think the these are important questions for us to address. The Quadrilateral Coordination Group was one initiative right now. How only last weekend Beijing Islamabad and representatives from a Samba and Kabul were together and these are small efforts to new negotiate and to understand what the government is willing to accept so a withdrawal is important? How long it's going to take is one question but but what the consequences of a withdrawal that only looks at American interests are is an important one to to address Max anything to add. We've seen wiz North Korea. That's trump cam blown up a process and then try and restarted a couple weeks later a will that be the case with Afghanistan as well well. I think that the biggest problem with put the US can sell an in Afghanistan is that fails to to limit what our objectives are in that country of course the reason why they are is because of nine eleven when we went there to kill the perpetrators and of course bin Laden and actually to a large extent people forget that been Nishel school. was what successful well not entirely but certainly partially takes us. We killed off a large portion. the computer chip that of course we didn't get all of them. We didn't even get bin Laden. 'til your later the threat when metastasized but other media respond. I would do that. You know maybe apiece score or V clock but the the problem is then you had mission creek and we added on all sorts of theory objected so you know making peace now in the country more broad try to hammer out negotiations between the Taliban and the Afghan uncover concerns about human rights stuff. He's all important goals as in in terms of normative attractive they're very important no doubt but the US military doesn't have the capacity to ameliorate I these other goal and so the United States particularly the military needs to understand mimic caisson nations of US power around the world. I I think from the very start or goals in Afghanistan should have been limited took counterterrorism in very soon after arriving theon team and so we continue to have you know these goals also which are unrealistic and so I think that we need to keep counter terrorism at the forefront of our objective and we should have left very soon after arriving upon accomplishing our objective our counterterrorism effective to the extent that we were able to joey in August talking about the limitation of the US force in August trump said he's

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Apple says it's sorry for using contractors to listen in on Siri conversations

Tech Reports by Larry Magid

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Apple says it's sorry for using contractors to listen in on Siri conversations

"Has decided two things one that he pointed out. There are no longer going to be using contractors are going to be using apple employees but i think more important. It's going to be an opt in program program so it's not going to happen by default. It'll happen when people decide to opt in my guess is that there are enough people that love apple in one apple to do well that they're going to have plenty of people who are going to opt in and they're going to get all the data. They need to improve the quality of their artificial intelligence. I think the win win all around except for those poor contract with the got got laid off so larry quickly if i'm wrong but in recent months apple is launched pretty splashy campaign trying to tout its privacy instructions versus the others up here you know they've tried to make this into a competitive advantage and i actually think that's a bit of a mistake in one way similarly to the airlines don't make safety a competitive advantage will ever seen theon airline thing are playing through faith in their planes but apple did that and then apple gotta get a bad mark on this one so even though they have some credible arguments eight minutes about why they're technology maybe more private because they make money on hardware not advertising. It's not true across the board so good that they're making amends but maybe they shouldn't have been so quick to app to brag about

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"theon" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"theon" Discussed on 790 KABC

"It's Anthony and Carney have been responsible for securing multimillion dollar settlements and verdict cases in wrongful termination and cases, that involve harassment discrimination and retaliation, Anthony. It's not only just great to see you. But we got a lot to discuss because you and I are big game of thrones fan, absolutely Randy. And I am super excited as excited as one can be as game of thrones fan and just as a pop culture van in general. That's right. We'll be talking a lot about pop culture and the law. And how it relates to things like harassment and discrimination, and the courtroom itself. Now you recovered from the game of thrones. Finale a little bit. I'm so in shock. But at the same time pretty relieved that it's done. There are highs and lows with the season, and I think you probably share the same feelings that I have I mean, there were some epic, epic moments up there like Brienne getting knighted of all things, but that was great. It, it definitely was. You know, they packed ten episodes into six episodes. So if felt pretty rush for everybody, but the resolution I was okay with I, I agree, I agree. I think that was the problem with the season. But at the same time, we got to see the end points that we all thought maybe would come to fruition. And of course, spoiler alert for some of those out there who maybe have not seen it yet. But the what happened with deniers this story arc while I think that was expected, did seem a little bit rushed. But it does pose the interesting question as far as those fans of generes and those individuals who maybe were such big fans of hers that they might. Name their kids. A lot of people have named their children after characters from the show. The weirdest one is there's a pop up in theon. What there's, there's going around really. Naming kid theon, you know at the end. He was a good man. Yes. Redemptive, arc. But when kids grow up to find out who that was that they're named after the biggest one this year has been aria, there's been like six thousand Arias board. And luckily that turned out great down a dark path. There have been a lot of people that have named their children generis, or Kelly C, you know, and that's interesting, especially the thing because I just wanna make sure that everyone understands that her name is not collegiate, that's a title and a series of titles that deniers has, which, of course, is deniro storm born of how star Garin Queen of the and does rowing are of the first man, protector of the realm Queen marine asked the poor and unify breaker of chains mother of dragons, Kalisa, the great grassy. And of course, the of dragon stone, but that's getting aside from the point Anthony just read all that off the top of his head. Internet a script or anything now for that. Not a nerd..

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"theon" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"theon" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"We're gonna lose gonna lose. So, of course, probably two thirds of three quarters of the main characters are going to die and definitely not no. Who do you have the one fucking cuck who's in love with the narrows who can't fuck in? Move on. She's too young for you, bro. You're being a fucking bitch. And a little girl and then on the fucking dick wonder who's been gone for a bunch of sodas and it came back late last year. He was cool until you got his dick chopped off. And then he was a fucking garbage character. Here's my. Can't. Achey for three seasons curb. Why? Also, by the way. So every time they have to kill one of the main characters they go way way slower theon. Theon who's the dude who was a fucking cuck for deniro's? He gets stabbed like fucking. Slowly, like eight times. Everybody else. I fucking chopped. I'm top top. When its main characters. Here's a stabbing. Here's a slow stabbing. Due to keep coming back from the Lord of the light. Here's a slow stab. And we'll let you get all the way to the end and having a nice death. We're not just going to chop the shit out of you like every other character. Here's where all one south when they started trying to please fuck in. I don't know what I don't know what tying up. Nice loose ends. That was never the show. The show was main carriages just died because that's the game of politics. That's a game of war. And then I guess probably when they move past the fuck in writer. They just had an occasional episode. But the further away they got this season has been garbage. So the little girl they thought she's she's an interesting character the little girl who runs one of the fuck in the lords of whatever she's kind of a warrior, and I get that. She'd be like, no, I'm not going into the crypt all fucking stay up here and fight might people because I'm their leader. And that makes sense to me. But that also means you're going to die instantly because you're a little girl and little girls aren't as fighting as trained fighting men. And so I get it when she gets swiped out of the way by the giant and fucking probably shoulda died right there. But let's say, she's just broken bones. And then run to the giant going, by the way. No one else could have been like. And run if you want to say, she used her little miss to to be underneath something with the giant. And then stabs him in the back of the in the back of the fuck and foot, you know in the achilles without him seeing. Okay. Maybe with dragging glass, and you get shattered instantly that I could see that, you know, kind of like a pet cemetery the first one where he's like slices that achilles. What a tough saying. I I went to pay. I I paid Mamic. And then I pay. Ear at it. Now, underpayment EU. What a good movie that was we should actually. So she just runs at him. And instead of just stopping outer he I guess he's like oh. Well, this is a recurring character who had a couple of good line. So I should even though I have not seen that and my orders. Mike telepathic orders were to. Instead, I'm gonna fuck in slowly bring her up into is stabbing range. So I can look at what are you talking about this one shorter than other ones? I mean, just you could say girl power..

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"theon" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"theon" Discussed on Double Toasted

"So we we see it start out sort of, you know, with the bittersweet fallout from the battle two questions here. One. Is this still any feelings for theon, great joy knowing net. Okay. Then graduate killed a kid at once. Everybody kits. You. The think he stabbed them in them. He didn't he ate that me? But you know, we see people that's the thing with game of thrones. Everybody's talking about you have you've had redemption, you you've you've proven yourself to actually go out as somebody who's decent. I still felt like. Yeah. Man. You know, you did. Okay. So you're trying to do the right thing. But still a couple of kids. Fuck you you've gone. I really feel that much for him. I know Sansa feel something because well, I mean, I'd be crying too for him. If he got me out of Ramsey, of course, hands. Yeah. No, no. I mean, I did feel former at the end I think he had struggled with what he did for so long. You know and see what he went through in the torture and him trying to do he he's suffering from PTSD up until his last moments. And it's like, look what he did was horrible. I you have to have to empathize with them. What he went through and sounds. It was really the exception of also brand he's not even brandy more like they gave him that sense of. Finale, the that you're a good, man. He is I felt at that moment in a he'd always been trying to prove when he did that when when he was reading we finally got sense sounds out of there. He is he's being a good man as viewer. I forgave him for what he did in his death. And what he was doing really work for me. And that's why I think this is a fitting conclusion to the characters are, okay? Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Listen, he's done some shitty things in the past. But I think now even looking before the show's over I can still say, Wow, I've actually enjoyed his whole journey what he went through. He went through so much crap. And how he had that closure. And just when brand said good, man. I'm just like it's beautiful and actually even seeing sauna cry for theon made it any more powerful me. No pass it to you Christian. You haven't said a whole lot yet. But I love to hear what you have to say about this. Yeah. I mean to be fair. I want to say that even when the arm was being a good, dude. He had still walked the earth as a guy who killed two kids. You know what I mean every second. He was alive was kind of a disrespected the kids who were dead. But having said that I mean, I think it wasn't emotional end to his arc. There's something about aria giving him the the wolf pendant or whatever of winter fell just to kinda show like that stark Syjuco. Yeah. That's a big deal because his entire character has been wrapped around the fact that he was never really of the iron islands. And he was the word of the Starks any felt like you had approved self one way or the other. And so at least in death econo- was named a stark. And I think that's a pretty sweet ending form. Even if he is a child murder, I mean, I can see that I can forgive. I guess I just feel like, you know, maybe like his too much there. That people who mourn these kids. Yeah. Know those. No, one knew those kids. With would have sure how not only game of thrones button stories, especially movies are television can manipulate you. When you follow someone's journey you? Then you start to feel for the more. Like, you said, we don't know those kids, man. All those kids. Stuck with me? Man, you kill children. And it's hard for me to say like, yes, I can't forgive. I'm not really I'm not a person who has a bloodless for you. But I'm not gonna say I'm sorry that you're going. You know, you just but I think again that speaks for everybody to be fair. You know, how everybody can have a reaction that just goes to show you the the people who say that game of thrones is still not very strong kind of weak you cry for child murderer. Yeah..

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"theon" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"theon" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"So this is a common theme amongst the two villains that we're gonna talk about today. Yeah. Control a history. I wanted to wipe out civilization and make it their own. Yeah. Restart. Refresh wiping all started over in. How you on it? I didn't really need a huge motivation for the night shark. But it helps almost creepy are when you don't know what the fuck you face just coming at you. Give them they give them a little. There's there's more to the night king. I've always felt there was going to be more to the night king than we thought. Yeah. This is a hint that he's he's not just this mindless killer. There's something to him. There's some there's more motivation to him you gonna learn more speak. Oh shit as a good question. I think we will get tonight. Well, sound like Ladimir food, Nick. Yes. Drag you. If he. He sounds like Vladimir dick and has birds all around him. It's the first thing he says, you're listening to deduct podcast blend to be never. That I thought he was a Pakistani man, I know initially, and I could see how you could get that. They'd kind of saw like could have been in Indianapolis. And all right. Let's let's close it this. What do you think about their plan moving forward and who's gonna fucking die who's dying? I feel like they underground is dead. Okay. That's my next question. Is it smart to hide in a crypt of dead bodies? When you're fighting an army of the dead. They could raise the dead. Yeah. That's bad. I don't work TJ brought that up. We might see some reincarnated star yet. What if they all fucking come out of the final trippy? It Ned Stark's head comes rolling out. You know, what happens is this still reanimated, but the plan to put brand by the tree and have theon defend him the gone. First of all, this is going to be his fucking exactly if we're looking at kind of where the plots going up, and I agree with TJ. We he prophesized or predicted that will get at least half ten characters shit shit. Yeah. The more. I think about the more. I'm in agreement that yeah. This is going to be a an episode that just fucking rocks. You where you're going? I don't know if this can if they can win predictions theon one. But I think theon theon hit the the point in his in his plot line where I think he can go. It's his big moment time this is going to be. U N when we saw Infinity war and everybody got dusted. You know, we hit us a little bit. But we knew that there was going to be a chance for everybody come back. But this is it they die. They die. It. They're our. Go out to MC, you these people aren't coming back, but the thing is ending anyway. So it's like, it doesn't matter if they die guess, but just for the story for this particular episode to the rest of the the journey. They're not gonna be there can be crazy is going to be. I think if we're following traditional storytelling in this. In this episode mean grey worm talking about. Yup. Living a great life. Absalon? Anyone afterwards? Probably did anyone that's speculating about life afterwards is on the chopping block. But game of thrones is a show that likes to subvert expectations too. So what about brand she she got a huge moment. She's definitely dying. I circle, and then the aria gender thing makes me think Jenry may not make out of this. I think REO will. Well, there's also something and I've mentioned this before on the other on the other patriots show. Let me just pull it up real quick. But you gotta think about who actually has the Valerian. Deal. Jon snow has one or more Mont has it now has one Gloria has very has been. Oh, jamie..

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"theon" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"theon" Discussed on Binge Mode

"Iron board and in perfect symmetrical fashion to how Yara lost her while getting down with Lara theon manages to board your ship while he's in the red keep kill his iron board, sailors rescue are offering no apology and pain with nothing but ahead, but and shame got off easy. He did. He's been getting off easy this whole time. Yes. I know he's been tortured the whole thing. I understand it. Again, we forget that he like killed and burned to children. Took like four sword. Strokes to behead Rodrick like true via mount of shitty things that he has done is wild Lewin Lewin, dead because of him. It's insane Sade. Later CR announces that. She's going back to checkoffs iron islands. They can't swim guys. It safe there. Because quote today's will need somewhere to retreat if they can't hold the north theon looking pained, declares his intention to take his redemption tour to winner fell after all the stocks once family to him as well finally net. They don't mock the night king and the children of the forest. We see then I king spiral symbol at last hearth seed of how somber before a little Ned got nailed to the wall between a bunch of mangled limbs he played a small but pivotal role and continuing to establish John's approach to leadership after John's decision to let the Wild Wings the wall and his ensuing assassination at the hands of his own men. He could have grown suspicious and closed off. But after the battle the bastards he still invited house on burn house car star back into the fold telling all of the assemble that he would not hold the child responsible for the sins of the parent. John in other words, was able to do what he will now need others to do both for his sake and for Danny's look beyond a family name put the past aside for the sake of the future when we reach. Last their tormentor, they're alive, and well, no mention for explanation for how they escape the crumbling wall. None but alas and they make their way through the carnage of blood bits. They come across Eddin co Steve AC he's got blue eyes, which by the way, say more aggressive towards Ed than they were towards the Nike. They were. Mm considerably. I've always had blue eyes Storman shots. And it's welcome levity amid the heaviness in the horror, and Ed and torments ensuing. Embraces one more stab shot of how drastically life in the ties the Biden west roasts of change. The Lord commander of the nights, washing the defacto head of the Wild Wings earned bracing brothers because they are brothers in the war against the dead bear gas, if they found anyone Ed brings them to the hall where number pin to the wall in the middle of the spiral Mita limbs the same Mark that we've seen time and again include it in the children of the far stones where they created the night. King. Barrick says it's a message from the night king. And we've seen symbols from the white walkers since the first episode of the show beyond the wall in the prologue as a fist of the first men in season two we've also seen these symbols from the children in the cave dragon stone. And again, those standing stones around the creation site theories abound, including a newly popular one about the visual symmetry between the spiral and the tar Garin Syjuco. But if. Spiral matches the pattern of the students were the Nike was made. We can't help. But wonder if it could be way communicating connection to his innocence family, his makers, the children of the forest, and thus perhaps a sign that he wants to be. A spiral indicates cycles patterns repetition. Could this be the answer to what the Nikes after? Maybe he needs a replacement. Could it be John who there could not be a more fitting end for them sacrificing himself? So that humanity can prevail..

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Breaking Down 'Shazam!'

The Big Picture

10:36 min | 1 year ago

Breaking Down 'Shazam!'

"Finds itself at an interesting inflection point. I would say I thought she was a very fun and entertaining movie, but it did not really feel like anything that had come in the DC universe before. And you kind of explain to me. What should I am is? And what it's trying to do. Sure. I mean, I kind of had the. To do the same thing after watching the movie because like right around the time the post credits scene with a evil Caterpillar happened. I was kinda like I've no idea what any of this stuff is. So thankfully, Mike does have a a piece on the ring dot com. A great website kind of breaking down the kind of Kazan origins. But yeah, he's he was actually originally called captain marvel and like in the movie there was like a wizard named 'schisms who gave him like all these superpowers. But when he sorta got folded into DC comics because marvel had its own captain marvel he then became Zam. But the whole spiel is basically the same thing like the wizards powers you activate it by saying Zam, and then I guess in the big conversion you just become buff, Zachary Levi. Yeah, I didn't even know buff Zachary Levi was going to be a thing that I would ever have to talk about. I can't say when I was watching Chuck ten years ago. That this ever crossed my mind that he would be a superhero, I think Tony Lee. This movie is pretty significantly different from superman vs Batman and the Justice league films and even wonder woman, which I thought was you know, is a very charming and obviously hugely successful movie. But there is a lightness in the tone, and it's not quite as operatic goofy. As was l-. You know, what did you make of the kind of movie that Sam was trying to be yet? No, I thought it was fun at kind of had like almost throwback Amblin entertainment coming of age vibe like something you'd see from like Amblin in like the eighties. But with the caveat that instead of a kid going on venture or something he can just become a superhero. But I thought it was a it was it was kind of an appropriate tone for for the kind of here that this guy is and I kind of like that, you know, a kid like a teenager becoming Kazan like he has like a bit of an aimlessness to him at the beginning. Like, there's not the sort of great power with great with great power comes great responsibility type speech. You just sorta has to learn things on the fly Yemen. One of the first things that the character does after he realizes his powers as he just goes to a convenience store in buys beer and candy. And you know, I it, you know, the movies clearly pitched as sort of what if big, but superhero, and it's very effective in showing us like maybe not with the real world ramifications would be because it's a little bit different in tone in the real world. But some of the like aspirations that you have as an adolescent, and the things that you wish you could do when you were thirteen sham does for the first hour of this movie, and the movie ultimately just becomes a story about like friendship and the way that we act bigger and older than we are. And what we can get away with in that time. And then it does turned into a little bit of a superhero movie. What did you make of the kind of balancing of those tones? Yeah. I mean, I think I did prefer sort of the the first half of the move. In that respect, as you know, there are so many superhero movies out there. And I think for the most part it's sorta gets derivative to when the movie gets the guy discovers his powers, you know, like Peter Parker, like scaling skyscrapers type of thing. But it was fun for Suzanne because it felt very like very genuine response. What if a fourteen year old kids suddenly had powers like, yeah? He would try to buy beer. He would go to script strip club in like beam about the chicken wings because this is a PG thirteen movie. You know, if he's in a world where superman Batman exists, and he doesn't really know. What to do is? You just if he can't find people to save is he just going to he's going to try to make cash and become a YouTube star. It was an interesting approach. But I think like I preferred that half of the movie versus like, the Mark strong shows up with seven CGI deadly sin, archetypes, or whatever. And it's time to punch him a lot. Yeah. I agree. I don't think part was active. It's funny because it feels like a movie like this, which is not exactly a reinvention. But is a is a reconsidering of what these kinds of movies can be still does arrive and its conclusion at the notion that needs to feature a lot of punching and a lot of fighting the bad guy. I'm curious to see if as we grow inside, the D C E U, I guess much like Zam. If they'll ever change the the the approach that they take having kind of the final showdown in the final forty five minutes of the movie that was also one of my struggles. Honestly with wonder woman, which I thought as I said was really clever and well made and then ultimately just turned into Diana fighting a demon monster who was played by David through Lous. What do you make of the decisions that DC is now making to singular is each of their movies? I mean, it's interesting because like, you know, they they did a pretty quick pivot from like fast-tracking their Justice league movie which end up being like relative to the expectations a bit of a bomb for them. Also, it didn't really track critically. But you know, they're kind of like making these films that have this very little interconnectivity like aquaman was only really playing the seeds for Auckland to and I guess a trench spinoff, which I could go on like a twenty minutes handed about the trench about the trend. Can't wait for the trench. And like kind of the same thing with wonder woman sequel in feels that way, which is. To you know, if it does well enough at the box office like affiliates just leading into sham two or maybe like a black atom movie, which is like a sham villain. That's supposed to be played by Dwayne Johnson. If you look at like the C projects that are in the air like a rebooted suicide squad, James Gunn, new bad movie. Perhaps a flash movie there's all these other projects like the one glaring omission is there are no plans to make like a Justice league to and not to say that would never happen again. But clearly like the D C you right now is content. Just kind of throwing stuff out there and seeing what resonates with audiences yet. If you look down there slate, we talked about this a little bit during the release of aquaman, but I was just in add an in Vegas at cinema Khan. And they were very proud of the approach that they were taking telling their stories because the next the next handful of movies. They have is of course, Zam, and you know, they also have joker which is coming in October. Which also feels quite standalone seems to have virtually nothing in common with the movie Lakesha Zam. And then there's also a birds of prey which is. Theon story of sort of five superhero team that will also include Margot Robbie Harley Quinn, and that totally and visually looks completely different from those other two movies. And so they've taken this decision to not just make that flash movie and not just make whatever inevitable green lantern movie. And with the same kind of stormy visualises that that Zack Snyder created, but to just kind of individually each story, which is what a lot of comic books are actually a lot of comic books have separate illustrators. They have separate writers their tones are quite different amazing spider. Man could be quite different from x men and superman could be quite different from, you know, detective comics, and what's going on with that, man. And of course, I guess next year late next year. We'll have the Batman which Matt Reeves Batman movie. Do you know, your your very closely track the comp films for us is it more interesting to you of all of this the fits together or do you like it better? If it stands alone and the movies get to be what they are. Well, I. Kind of like maybe I just have a bit of a marble fatigue. Just because it feels like we've been preparing for endgame like just just forever. But yeah, I kind of like this approach because you know, like, if something doesn't, you know resonate with with audiences like I personally wasn't as big of a fan as as wonder woman as other people were which is fine. You know, I I like parts of it. But, but you know, for the most part people really enjoyed it. And I think you know, it's an interesting approach. I think what will probably be most interesting is with wonder woman command and Zam they've all been pretty well received. And they've made a good amount of money. I'm curious what happens like how the DC EU responds when something flops with critics audiences in the box office. Do they like shake it off? Or if it's like, if it's bracing a certain tone, like, you know, let's say joker is actually quite terrible. And and you know, it's like a Scorsese prestige that. Just kind of doesn't work like will the DC you kinda void being that experimental. Again. I I'm curious to see what happens when there's kind of like a speed bump on the road for them. I am too is an interesting question because it does seem like in with Shas AM and most likely joker and handful of these other movies. They don't come with that two hundred and fifty million dollar production price tag. You know, they're definitely smaller movies with more modest ambitions, at least in terms of the execution of the movie. And so the risk is lower. So if let's say joker is not the sort of world-beating, cultural colossus that many would have us believe this week. That's okay. I think that they could probably survive that. And it's an you're right. It is a really interesting pivot away from all of that interconnectiveness. Is there anything else about his that you you really liked and you responded to? Yeah. I really like that, you know, I thought Zachary Levi was was just so good at like kind of capturing basically like, you know, a kid in a swollen dealt spot ended it so well like there were times where you almost felt to childlike for guy who's still like fourteen years old, but you could tell he was just having such a blast. And and yeah, I would have never expected Chuck would be like a swollen superhero. But I never expected Jim from the office to like, you know, make some hard movie also become buffer like Michael bay film. So I I guess, you know sick. I'm stars. They can transform. Yeah. 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"theon" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions

Chrisley Confessions

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"theon" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions

"Hi, Todd and Julie Caitlin here from Pennsylvania. My question is more. Advise me, and my fiance are buying a house and in order to make paying for everything a little bit cheaper, his brother, and his brother's girlfriend are moving in and they're gonna pay us rent and everything, but my vice I'm looking for is what should I do if my brother's girlfriend and me we get along. Really good. Just there's a couple of things about her that me and my boyfriend do not like she's very awkward mall to she is always very like her way or the highway, and we're just really worried about living, whether but we don't know how tell his brother that we don't want his girlfriend living with us. If you have any advice that would be awesome. Thank you. You've already answered your own question. You're sitting here telling me that you liked the girl. Okay. But not enough to live with that. She socially awkward, but even though she socially awkward. She wants everything to be her way or the highway what guess what it's your house you and your did she say they were married or their boyfriend theon theon say, okay. So this is your fiancee that you're moving in with guess what supposed to move in with him after you say I do. But with that being said mad vice to you is to not go into a mortgage that you need to have someone else help pay four. Absolutely. And listen. So you guys are going to get married soon. Marriage is difficult, and I don't feel like you need that someone else another couple living with you. You're not college roommates at this point. If you're going to marry this man, this is an adult situation, not a free for all in college. No. And I feel I absolutely tied. Right. You should not enter into and buy a home that you have to have help paying for. If it is a stretch for you. You do not want to be house bore and nothing put strain on a relationship like financial strain. Listen, I agree. But you know, let's go little bit deeper, your fiance and his brother they grew up together. They live together. They know how nasty the other one is. And they're used to it. But you're going to be moving in with another woman who you have no ties to you know, nothing about other than that. She socially awkward and won't say everything her way that is a combination for disaster. So Caitlyn stay in the apartment. Save your money until you can buy a house that you can.

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"theon" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions

Chrisley Confessions

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"theon" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions

"Hi, Todd and Julie Caitlin here from Pennsylvania. My question is more. Advise me, and my fiance are buying a house and in order to make paying for everything a little bit cheaper, his brother, and his brother's girlfriend are moving in and they're gonna pay us rent and everything, but my vice I'm looking for is what should I do if my brother's girlfriend and me we get along. Really good. Just there's a couple of things about her that me and my boyfriend do not like she's very awkward mall to she is always very like her way or the highway, and we're just really worried about living, whether but we don't know how tell his brother that we don't want his girlfriend living with us. If you have any advice that would be awesome. Thank you. You've already answered your own question. You're sitting here telling me that you liked the girl. Okay. But not enough to live with that. She socially awkward, but even though she socially awkward. She wants everything to be her way or the highway what guess what it's your house you and your did she say they were married or their boyfriend theon theon say, okay. So this is your fiancee that you're moving in with guess what supposed to move in with him after you say I do. But with that being said mad vice to you is to not go into a mortgage that you need to have someone else help pay four. Absolutely. And listen. So you guys are going to get married soon. Marriage is difficult, and I don't feel like you need that someone else another couple living with you. You're not college roommates at this point. If you're going to marry this man, this is an adult situation, not a free for all in college. No. And I feel I absolutely tied. Right. You should not enter into and buy a home that you have to have help paying for. If it is a stretch for you. You do not want to be house bore and nothing put strain on a relationship like financial strain. Listen, I agree. But you know, let's go little bit deeper, your fiance and his brother they grew up together. They live together. They know how nasty the other one is. And they're used to it. But you're going to be moving in with another woman who you have no ties to you know, nothing about other than that. She socially awkward and won't say everything her way that is a combination for disaster. So Caitlyn stay in the apartment. Save your money until you can buy a house that you can.

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"theon" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"theon" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

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The Blockchain-Based Platform Personalizing Shopper Engagement

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

08:26 min | 1 year ago

The Blockchain-Based Platform Personalizing Shopper Engagement

"I want to talk to the guys at universal reward protocol. If you've never heard of them before universal reward protocol is a blockchain based protocol where retailers can reward shoppers for shopping behavior, and that's both online and offline, whether you're in a store physi- online, browsing or just nipping in for a quick purchase by seventeen to share shopping data with the network. A shopper can actually earn reward tokens. While data is used by retailers to build redemption office that best suit each customer's needs and naturally shoppers can redeem their toe construed. These exclusive and personalized office probably revealed far too much. I shouldn't revealed so many spoilers up and I keep my mouth shut and get him on the show today. So book elope and hold on tie beam. Your is all the way to Paris. So we can speak with Louis million CTO and co-founder of universal reward protocol. So massive war, welcome to the show. Can you tell the listeners a little about who you are and what you do. Thank you for having me for us all. Some Louis, theon, and the city, oh, and co-founder at universal reward. Protocal visited the product architect on the team act so they won't mind standing at universal reward protocol is a blockchain based protocol where retailers can reward shoppers for multiple behaviors, but key to set the scene a little bit until the listeners a little more about what kind of problems you set out to solve with universal reward program. So we're actually an existing company, some of the world's largest retainers, which is Sean Catherine, going to sign up for the past three years and help. And we were trying to solve the problem to be had in terms of understanding the shoppers is that they don't have enough data to fight against the chew. Players like Amazon, Amazon knows you much better than Ghafoor Tesco does. So we're addressing this problem by building a platform that will let shoppers or any kind of behavioral the brands and retailers that delight and world solving a second problem which is experienced by shoppers. Concerning the loyalty program framework in traditional loans, e framework is gonna broken. It's not bringing them enough value mostly because of fragmentation. Shoppers love loyalty, the having fifteen different loyalty programs, just not working anymore because point redemption becomes too hard. And so we're solving both of these problems with universal reward protocol. You. So ROY, what you said about the low programs juice, not working at the moment. But mean when Craig yo solution, what made you choose the route of blockchain and cryptocurrency and what does it enable you to do that say, you can't do outside of this space as an assay streaming medications as use blockchain. So as I said, we, we actually were not lunching company before, and we started looking into how to solve these problems together and lodgings seem that natural fit for soul for privacy reasons. So if you're going to build assistant, that's shoppers share a lot of behavioral sensitive. Data with different brands and retailers privacies obviously going to be an issue and the fact that we for each campaign that a retailer will Bill saying, okay, I want to encourage my shoppers has decided with behavior like visiting a store posting on social media, cetera for each of these campaigns will ask the shoppers specific consent specific Upton, which will be sore on a blockchain. The data itself is sensitive data is not on the blockchain for obvious reasons, but the options are which gives the the shopper, a strong guarantees trunk promise that the the data processing the data storage will follow the terms that the campaign the the second migration to use blockchain cryptocurrency is that we won't. The name of the product is universal. We were protocols who wanted to token to be universal busy one one again in the system not to have each brand and retailer produce. Darren loyalty token, I'm gonna have like Bill tokens to rule them all. We simply have on single token circulating in the system, and that could be done without blockchain essay that it said it would be really hard to to build whole eco-system around a token of Oracle's who trigger rewarding retailers Lincoln pains without without blushing. And the furred reason as they were maybe consequence is that when you're were talking ising and system is very easy for us to subsidize. The The early adopters of the system is as we'll see. One of the main challenges of project is mass adoption will need to have hundreds of thousands of shoppers millions of shoppers using a protocol, and that makes it a lot easier. If you're Abel's who subsidized early adopters by expecting the token value will appreciate when the the adoption.

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"theon" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"theon" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"It is and it's gonna be a real cool thing in her life. Yeah, to say, oh yeah, that really super popular show in two thousand. I was Sam in Gillies baby. That's that's. That's really cool. Thanks for sharing that with this Julian Bryce. That is all the non spoiler feedback that we have to consider if you'd like to send us more. It's game of thrones a bulb, move dot com. Now we go into these spoilers action. Okay. Is there so we have a theon torture account? Nope. No episode, theon getting tortured, still recovering from his cock wound. Attic things. I wanna talk about Eurotrash Dario. Okay. Unquestionably greater than Dario. Knock Willis. I mean, yeah, he's these more bag nets. Certainly. I mean, I think he just is a more imposing physical character. I think he's got edge to him that this vital to the role like Darna Harris and books is a fucking maniac. He's got his beards dyed purple, and it's braided he's got gold TT's like of much more flamboyant Jack Sparrow. This guy brought kind of like the edge unconventional braided hair, but he just doesn't give a fuck. And I just I don't know why they recast because I think the new Dario is just fine. But I just don't think he, I don't think he, I don't Dany stands up her bathtub naked for the new Dario. I really don't. I don't buy any ministry. I think I know why they recast him because he looks too much like a target area. I heard that they, they, they recast them. Oh, you're, you're joking because I like Aaron, Matthew mcconnahey. He kinda looks like he is part of the family, and I think that's weird for HBO forgave thrones targe area. Seems like it's on message, honestly. The real reason is that he got cast in a transporter film as like one of the bad, like one of the, the bad guys. I feel I you probably stake. I don't know. I mean, I don't know what the different pay days where where they're like, what to your three more seasons of game of thrones versus. But I'd est. Yeah. Like I man, I really miss this euro this euros dangerous. This euro you know is he's a. Yeah, I used to get me out of bed the tub naked for sure. I feel like he'd be a bigger thing now if he had stuck around the show, no shit, like doing a transport film. That's the only person getting notoriety off transporter film is Jason stadium, right? Everybody else is getting left in the dust right? Maybe stick around for three more seasons or so game roads, right. I don't know. I feel like who's the guy that played. Drago Jason MoMA Amoah. He's still like he's still like swags around all the cons with the media Clark. Like to this day, I feel like is hung around in the cast that you put a stop to that. Go get out your get fish. Boy, she swaggering around the cons of me. Now, what about the? What about the new Dario? He's not say whatever he's doing. He's not keeping Cal drogue obey. Yeah, can't think this guy could've either frankly. Well, yeah, it would have been. It would have been more of a competition share. Yeah, clearly the joke. It's stupid. It's all put on, but still I'm saying old Dario best. The crows in the tree, I thought, you know, with the benefit of hindsight and where the stories go in like this is like you're supposed to. You'll eventually come to understand that this is the three eyed raven trying to influence protect yet. Like, you know, the reason Sam came out there to take stands because the crows are going crazy. Where that crows are going to provide like like providing some sort of cover from them as they're running. But I think it's a cool detail that here beneath this is kind of like the height of the three eyed ravens powered right outside we're wood. It's got like a bazillion crows that he can see he can use this remote drones. It's cool. Yeah, I think it has a big affect on SAM's trajectory. General. Because he later on discovers the dragon glass and knows what it means and all that kind of stuff. Right? He's kind of the impetus for the north, having the weapons, they need to fight the white Walker. It's kinda changes trajectory. He's now saying the slayer for for better or worse like you can't take that away from him. He's the only black brother who slave away Walker in millennia..

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Bloomberg, China and Los Angeles discussed on

03:13 min | 2 years ago

Bloomberg, China and Los Angeles discussed on

"Martin Eckerd I'm Bryan Curtis. In Los Angeles let's get you this hour's top business stories and the markets Chinese state media says the country is prepared for a protracted war and does not fear sacrificing short. Term economic interests this is in regards to a trade war with, the United States, one media outlet the global times said it's the US that's trying to conclude trade disputes quickly in editor Oriel it said that China has to defend its, right to develop but that the Chinese people do not want a trade war President Trump said over the weekend in Ohio that the United States has the upper hand over China when it comes. To trade issues the president also said that the US is responsible for China's. Past, economic growth well, the Chinese currency the you on is holding onto its gains, after a surprise move by the central Bank to make it more expensive Tibet. Against the currency the offshore Yuan has gained about two tenths of. A percent in Early Monday morning trading Asian stocks have opened. Higher right across, the board I'll have, details in a moment Nissan has agreed to sell its electric car battery business to China's envision group no price was disclosed but under, the deal Nissan would keep a twenty five percent stake in the business Nissan had been planning on selling the unit to a private equity group in China that deal collapsed about a month ago. Well j. p. Morgan CEO Jamie diamond has told investors to prepare for yields. On, treasuries of the, tenure above five percent rather than four percent the benchmark is, still struggling to push through three percent at the moment in Tokyo trade the. Latest yield on the ten year is two point nine five percent Think tank index is now up three hundred and fifty. Nine points a, gain of one point three percent the Shanghai. Composite is now up about three tenths of one percent. The Nikkei is, rallying about a half of percent global news twenty four. Hours a day powered by twenty. Seven hundred journalists in one hundred twenty countries in Los Angeles I'm Brian Curtis. This is Bloomberg this, is Bloomberg best Bloomberg's, best is about the insight and the context and get the. Marquess it's a great way to catch up on some of the stories you might have missed on the Bloomberg you're not. Going, to find in any, other news organization Bloomberg best Bloomberg's best stories of the week powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more. Than one hundred twenty countries around the world I'm Ed Baxter June Grasso on visit issue. Of Bloomberg best the CEO of L'Oreal expresses his frustration over, trade wars I think it's absurd Last thing the world is leaving right now wall, Credit Suisse CO two John theon discusses the banks second, quarter earnings performance Cleveland but the wealth which, is much more stable predictable going very nicely and. We can then solve Plus BPCL Bob Dudley on a state of the company are. Gearing is coming down gave us the confidence to raise the dividend for, the first time in fifteen quarters so we've got momentum, and people are pleased all this and more, coming up in the, next hour of Bloomberg best.

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"theon" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"theon" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

"Now is the time I must stay the spinach of sub dialogue back with me. Yum, took a small news and busted to succulents breast he to the tiny likeness of sub theon, which is no bigger than a thumb. As soon as yum. Did this Sunday Mons breathing stumped. Young, please the miniature likeness of you mon- inside his role. Happiness awaits your husband in my kingdom. Subdivide is a man of great words. You. That he done and headed self back to his Dobie. SABA, three who's and started off to him. Yum, stored smoothly and swiftly through the woods while Sabato. He struggled to keep up. She fed over slippery rocks at gut herself as she went to Tony bushes, but not once. Did she lose sight of yum. At last, he stopped to face hall Sava three. You cannot follow to the land of the debt Laudium. I know your duty is to take my husband, but my duty as his wife is to stay beside him. Princess, that duty of yours has come to an end steel. I admire your loyalty. I will grant you a female. You can ask me anything, but the life of your husband. Saga three sit. Please restore by Fasel loss king do and his site. He saw it at his kingdom shall be restored. Head it no time was the old king able to see. He was overjoyed to find that the kingdom had been restored to him. Yum. Again, headed south and SABA, three full nude. On all notable Bank, there was a ticket of Palm's and dull shar dress the Bowden ways and lit young boss on dust. But they door at Sava threes clothes, and Kim. Sauvage three. You have come thought enough. Laudium. I know my husband would find happiness senior kingdom, but you carry away the happiness that is lying. Princess, even love must file before fates to. I admire your devotion. I grant you another fable. You can ask me anything, but the life of your husband. Savvy, three said. Grunt, many more children to my father. I wished you have many more brothers and sisters. Your father shot have many more children. Yum. Once more toward south had began proceeding in that style action. Once again, SABA, three followed. A steep hill, yum. Glided. What solved three clambered after him at the tall, he halted saw three. I forbid you to come farther. Laudium you are respected, review it by all. I do not wish to insult you or on your Roth, disobeying you. Yet, no matter what we come. I mean by sub theme on. Britain says, I tell you for the last time you not. Still, I can only a mile your courage and your phone. This. Hi, boom, prompt. You were lost fable. As.

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"theon" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"theon" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Like let's say stand as get only iron thrown yeah well it's a worse time right i think now is probably the best time friday like leg maybe instead like him instead of this night business you should go to a shy you know where some red robes do some shadow baby training find some dude and the tavern that's that that that that the likes year and then that's that's the path forward but yeah i i feel like um that would be that that i worry that it's going to be a source of friction between cat in brienne that like you know brands are gonna be wanna let off the chain and and and cat not because she needs her as a servant because she generally concern for is like no nine as at the time speaking of confusing names people come to not bran not braun but brand and they're asking for things and he gives them what they need sir roger iq thin bus into the great hall aaron winter fell and says torrance squares under seige and the day decide to send a whole bunch of men to defend the area brann asks osher about the three at raven afterward he's he's apparently been dreaming about it and he's also dreaming about the sea crashing into winter fell which is i think the second piece of the puzzle which to me says winter fell is should be worry about theon yeah because they have now done essentially what theon was implying what happened is they sent a bunch of their troops to take back torn square right.

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"theon" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"theon" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

"That is the same exact language almost that sam uses described john during the night swatch election the one we chose choices saw share porn recurring theme as a story it's really fun when we as viewers of the show can recognize this repetition just want the characters to be able to all right you just one shot to like say oh wait a minute i've done this before and heard this before john is another interesting moment in this episode with theon guess say shouts to theon for pulling up in as little battle roboat loop and just being like john wall like as that when you walk into a party in your best friend that is now dating your ex girlfriend is there cia oh really telling that is john makes his way with clearer venom in his eyes toward theon none of the other gray joyce who are with theon no no other men of the iron islands we should seek redress meek a day on now for action of a move to come to our gut device exactly and john after theon mentioned sounds a starts to ask how she is she says she share i john grabs the ons doublet grabs around the chess pulls in tournament says will you did for her is the only reason i'm not killing you theo is spent the last few seasons of this show waiting for reckoning he refused to take mr loons advice right to go to the nights watch back in season to when things turned sour winter fell because he was afraid of john he wouldn't go with santa two castle black because despite her a promise to explain things he'll be fine afraid of john and here he is without the foreknowledge that he be facing john confronted with this person who wants him dead like guys look just because the on didn't actually crisp brand recall alive doesn't change things.

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"theon" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"theon" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Yeah well you and i talked about that last week of wear could we see theon story going and i had floated out my feeling that i that i i feel like the un's destiny if he survives the series lies at whatever is left of castle black or you know keeping the realms of men safe from the dangerous beyond the wall if the wall exists at that point too and i and i just wondered like how would we get there like that's my sense of of where a character lake that could go it would be you know the ultimate act for somebody who needs kind of eternal redemption the the watches where you go for that and i think maybe now we have a little bit more of a clue of how that could happen he's picked up by iron islanders you've got to assume that these guys are gonna head back the dragon stones report back to their boss and john snow happens to be a dragon stones i feel like we could be in for a seem between these two guys they would have to catch up on it might not be super pleasant if these two guys cross pads again but i think if we're trying to figure out where theon is going and if castle black is in the cards for a guy like that i think the ticket there could be through john snow and i certainly suggest to me that the on is going to have a scene at least with john again in the preview it looks like the on is returning to dragon stone in one shot so i think that's something to watch for next week we were also trying to piece together on sunday night what happened to yara we saw her marched through the streets of king's landing but it seems like a prisoner that serves he does not have a lot of use for naming the gray joys did not do anything to pissed sursee off at any point during the series correct not that i can recall not really but i think that maybe it will be as simple as like you're on do whatever you want you know you've earned us a right to have a gift yourself.

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"theon" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"theon" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Yeah so you might not look like a strong leader but you're being at and it just feels so much like a reality show it feels like it's done for rating he brought in scaramucci scaramucci sitcom he loves it he likes having these attack does and he loves the attention notches from the general public watching this all play out but he loves the attention from the people under him fighting so hard tooth and nail just to be like look at me love me a favor yokota war if feel so much like game of thrones there's a moment in game of thrones season 3 and i'm going to spoil free if you haven't seen it don't worry it's not the most shocking thing that happened season three there is a person who takes over winter fell and there is a maistre who is someone who's that sworn to the person in charge of winter fell not sworn to any army they're just sworn to look after winter fell to me that's rights priebus the person who's like in my job is to make sure that the republican party stands after all of these castles of burned to the ground and what happened is very similar to what happens where donald trump the theon great joy it is so apt because it's like some moves journalist look through his dad is example has someone just stabbed the maistre in the gut and he dies and that's what it seems as happen because it's now all these mercenary barbarians who've taken over sent com of the republican party and there is no one in controlling anymore can i just i have no idea what you just said i don't understand it at nine or at the fringe i'm thinking about emperor palpa teen here okay and we know that is.

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"theon" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"theon" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

"For their plan right you're on cackles like a madman and we don't know what state yarze and right now but it's not good for your on has very clearly stated his desire to kill her why not just do it there in that moment will because he must have something even more heinous than a quick death in mind and what about the wall he i think in you know in probably most people's minds was close to being beyond redemption already this just pushes him further to that point m there's interesting moment on the post show commentary where the creator said as we were writing it we realized you don't you get over what happened to him this is a place the triggers the worst of that experience n no is interesting to hear that because it is an explanation but it's not really an excuse lake the plan that theon in jahra crafted was to stick together that theon would never not only use syrup attempt usurp or trey yara wouldn't have been heard they were going to be in this they were gonna have each other's backs there were really going for the first time ever be fairly yes these same and theon failed to uphold has end of that bargain could he tried to save her now maybe as he's swimming around something kick in and he'll say you know what guys that was bad shin the done that what is left for him at this point absolutely nothing i mean it's it's harsh because he has been through a lot but the bottom the bottom line is the on is not reliable he's not a person that you can put your life into their hands his broken he's a broken man and he should be dead a broken girl who is starting to be put back together a little sure are you think she's i think she's broken in what's replace the broken bits things that are much darker than we would like to talk about what if what if it's all just cuddles with her pat premier i was really sad that she didn't actually get to touch i now shearing area she reached let's go through this quickly up.

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