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"thies" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

05:54 min | 2 d ago

"thies" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Something else is knocking on the door of vaccine for covert 19. At least that's what we've been hearing anyway. So we thought we'd check in with an expertise billing with us before and we appreciate his insight for checking in with Dr Dean Fanelli this morning, and Doc Spinelli, How are you this morning? Hope you're having a great had a great Thanksgiving season. Idea. Thank you. They'll get to join you. Well, hopefully we're going to talk a little bit about some good news coming up. Now We've been hearing all this news swirling about a vaccine. It's gonna be it's gonna be it's gonna be. When is it gonna be and one of the odds of you getting approved? I know they're going to be meeting in a couple of weeks to talk about this with the FDA. Yes. So it looks like visors Vaccine candidate was submitted for emergency use authorization, which is not a full license insured by the FDA, But mama less that'll get the vaccine out to high risk people and Potentially those in the health care industry, and it looks like Thies. Advisory Committee will meet sometime next week and we could see approval immediately after that, so we could see by the middle of next week vaccine approved and being administered to health care workers and potentially Those a nursing home and other individuals that are very high risk. Now with this defies the vaccine is out there. But there are there are two others that are also competing for this. Yeah, they're they're third leading candidates advisers. Obviously the one that's further Salaam. Modern is a second vaccine. That's also very close. We could see a second approval. This year's from Madonna and the two others are Johnson and Johnson and AstraZeneca. So what does this mean? Then they get emergency approval and well that speed approval for the rest of us after they see how it goes with those front line workers. Yeah, So that's exactly right. So as these wants emergency use authorization is approved. We'll see healthcare workers being administered the vaccine and you know we're going to need multiple vaccines to get through this, So it's not gonna be one on Lee. It's a great thing that we have, you know, four that are leading to that would be on Out to individuals before the end of the year. So potentially, you're talking about health care workers, essential personnel, those at high risk being first administered and that would probably take us You know, sometimes through Q one of 2021. Then you could imagine the general public starting to see vaccines available to them by, you know, end of Cuban beginning of que Tu 2021. Guess this morning, Dr Dean Finelli, who has 20 years of experience in pharmaceutical, biotech and what it did tap on your expertise. This is last time you're on we were talking about. This is unprecedented. How quickly this has come to market. Obviously, the government put a little pressure on and folks wanted to get there, and these companies wanted to be there because the need is great. Eyes this something that will see in the future as far as an accelerated pace. Will we be streamlining this process? Well, certainly this is unprecedented, and, you know, hopefully this could be to quicker interaction with the FDA. But, you know, certainly the interaction that's currently going on. And how quickly these candidates are moving through The FDA and through the regulatory process is unprecedented that I would You know, it's very unlikely. We see another situation like this that we have so many companies. You know, if you think there's over 200 vaccine candidates being developed typically, you know you may have a handful of companies going after a target. So really, we're in an unprecedented situation that I don't foresee that will have a similar situation with things moving so quickly, but Like I said, Hopefully, this could inspire the FDA and companies to maybe interact a little quicker to get some life saving drugs on the market quicker. Have you heard any any Because we've heard some reports and you know I'm never sure quite which way to believe. Sometimes I hate to be that way. But quite honestly, we hear a lot of things going in three different directions. But what is what have you heard? If you heard any any buzz, as if this is released to the general public coming in in April or may Going into the summer of how? How quickly could we see life sort of go back to normal? Is this going to allow us to come out of our caves? Yeah, That's a great point. And, you know, look, there's a lot of skepticism out there. This has become very politicized. But, you know, realistically, if things continue to go with the piece they're going and in the direction they're going with. You know, having to approved before the other than your authorized before the end of this year and potentially another two coming on the market next year, we could see you know, sometime the end of next summer. Ah, feeling where you know, we have a couple 100, million people vaccinated and You know, we're sorry. This seat signs of, you know, getting back to normal. That would be great. That would be the I'll wait for that Christmas gift. Whenever it comes. I'll be glad to open that one for sure. And real quickly here. The efficacy we've talked about is between the 1995 percentile. Is that normal is I don't I always think of if you get a vaccine that is 100% going to protect you, But is that a normal thing? No, that's that's really not, you know. So if you think about, you know highly contagious diseases like measles, that vaccine is around 95% of that needs to be because it's so contagious, But you know when you think about the normal flu vaccine that's typically 40 to 60%. So, the FDA said guidance for Wanted at least 50% efficacy over the summer. Now, seeing 90 and 95% is really great news and but a typical Well, glad. Glad that it is a typical in a good direction because this year has been a typical and everything but a good directions. Absolutely, Dr Fanelli. If we want to find out more and keep up with this any way we could do that or their sources out there. I'm an attorney. The state will show people could look me up. It's safe for us s e y. E s a r th calm. I'm very good. In the meantime, hope you have a great day. We'll be checking back with you. As this gets approved, he gets out there. Just kind of get your feeling how things were going, okay? My pleasure. Thank you for being with us where it's 6 51 You deal.

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Fresh update on "thies" discussed on Jason and Alexis

Jason and Alexis

00:09 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "thies" discussed on Jason and Alexis

"And never talk about him on the back. I don't want to talk about this because I don't want it to be out. But we get so paranoid that they're not gonna be there because stores turn things over and don't stop. You know what I mean? Like it's like You assume as you like something target will get rid of it. It's like notorious for us or Costco or whatever. So I hope they continue toe. Man. Thies. It's the best. I had seven of them last night. And that's just enough, you know? Yeah. Foster farms take out crispy wings. I even like the name that just tell that just tells me I'm in for a delicious dinner. What? Kenny? What? We've got to move this segment to 8 45. Why? No, I have to sit here for the next three hours, Starve themselves thinking about fried fish. Food is so good. I know. I'll wrap it up by saying the MC Rib is back today, too. So there we go. There's our food, food pyramid. Hear about this? We're gonna go grab one. I've never had a mcrib really? For your talk show you either, Kenny. Never know. Yeah, well, the only fatty that's had a mcrib E wouldn't say it's good. I mean, the It's just kind of zits. All right. I've got my standbys there so I would have to buy the mcrib but then by something else, So if I took two bites out of the material, I could throw it out the window and then have the Big Mac or that you know, three cheeseburgers or if you don't like chicken gets or whatever. What is it? Dawn? Does it taste like ribs? No Z. It's Z kind of like it's pressed pork, so it's pressed into the shape of ribs. That's what's funny. If you look at the patty, it's like, Yeah, yeah, I mean, you can Google it. It's just like it. Z kind of like something you would get. Like school food, so cafeteria food kind of it as that sort of pressed me quality, But you know, McDonald's, of course, has a great bond, and then they put pickles on it and barbecue sauce, so it it's taste good. But it's not the best thing. You know. I can see how people would acquire a taste for it. They're like they gotta have my mcrib, you know? Yeah. Yeah. I'm leaving the show early today because I gotta run over the Alex so I can Go get some fast food, guys, not cool. Oh, my gosh! 20 miles away from fast food Good. Your whole That's right. 0 20 Mile. I'm sorry. Oh, it's a long ways away. So you could be so see any. No, No, no. You just double up on the way in and out of town, right? I did learn something about cooking. Last night, I decided it was time for BFC. That's a bacon cheeseburger and I use venison, which has no fat in it whatsoever. So by the time you done frying up a burger, it's dry in the pan right, so pleased to poor So I cooked the burger, the ground venison in the bacon fat. All right. The bacon first.

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"thies" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:21 min | 3 d ago

"thies" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"News. Colorado governor Jared Pulis announced Saturday he and his partner, Marlyn Reese, tested positive for Corona virus. The governor and the first gentleman are in isolation at their home. Both are asymptomatic and are feeling well, but we know the police was at the governor's mansion for a joint press conference. That was on Tuesday. And as far as we know, that was his last public appearance, along with state epidemiologist Rachel Herlihy. Pulis's office confirmed he was going into quarantine after being exposed to a person who tested positive for the virus. But Polish tested negative that day. We still don't know who That person was or any other staffers were exposed as well. He DVR folks. Denver's Rachel Sky to governor. Polls will continue working remotely some encouraging news on the potential distribution of a Corona virus vaccine. It could be ready for frontline health care workers in a couple of weeks. It's hard shipping. Those vaccines are concerned. United Airlines is playing a major part in the shipping. They're going to be chartering flights from Brussels, Belgium, all away to Chicago. And what makes it even more interesting. They're going Be carrying five times the amount of dry ice normally permitted on board to keep the vaccine at the necessary cold temperature for effectiveness as Fox's David spunk reporting Pennsylvania's high court rejects the Republican lawsuit challenging the November election there. In the unanimous decision Saturday night, Thies State Supreme Court threw out a lower court order preventing the state from certifying dozens of contests, including Joe Biden's State justices say the underlying lawsuit was filed months too late. Strike four for Charles Manson follower Leslie found Hatton, California Governor Gavin Newsom has reversed parole for Manhattan, marking the fourth time of governor has blocked her release. There's some say she poses an unreasonable danger to society. If released from prison. America is listening to Fox News. Fox News. The voices America trusts Tucker Carlson. We must demand clean and honest voting regardless of the outcome. Can we speak freely against speaking of for you and standing up for what's right, Sean Hannity Media mob and the Democrats. They lied. We the people deserve better. Lorraine Groom. If Joe Biden actually becomes president, it's going to be on the Shakiest Foundation ever..

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Wilton Gregory becomes first Black American cardinal

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 3 d ago

Wilton Gregory becomes first Black American cardinal

"Gregory. Pope Francis has officially made the archbishop of Washington, D. C. A cardinal, we create and solemnly proclaim cardinals of Holy Roman Church Thies brethren of ours. Archbishop Wilton Gregory is the first African American to receive the red hat of a cardinal. The ceremony of elevating clergy to the role of Cardinal is usually a large affair with parties in large masses. But this year it was scaled down due to the pandemic. In fact, two of the 13 cardinal designates didn't even make the trip. The Vatican Archbishop Wilton Gregory, will now join the College of Cardinals, which if tests would

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"thies" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:47 min | 4 d ago

"thies" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"News covers the world at seven Thies you CBS News On the hour sponsored by Mass Mutual, I'm Cam E. McCormick. Hospitals across the nation are bracing for a post Thanksgiving surge in Corona virus cases. Just a few weeks. I don't know necessarily. Why we wouldn't be a peek in the December Caleb Cave is Nevada's covert 19 response director. The mayor of Houston, Texas is considering tougher restrictions is David Gonzales, reports learned that you just don't take anything off the table. When you look at the data, there's no denying covert cases in Houston are heading in the wrong direction. I can say to you that in terms of hospitalizations this month is 111% higher than last month. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner's As protecting the health, safety and welfare residents is most important that includes imposing a citywide curfew. The governor's made it very clear that hey, doesn't intend to take any additional steps and what he has already taken. So the mayor says it's up to the Estonians to step up. Once again. The post holiday spikes could be caused by so many Americans traveling for Thanksgiving, and although their numbers were fewer There were bargain hunters out on black Friday. This is small business Saturday and list Burt Flickinger. Small businesses need the day because they don't often have the money to advertising market and buy media the way M Assad or Wal Mart and Target would and they've suffered more from covert restrictions than the big box stores. WWL TV reporter Tom Strong in New Orleans National Retail Federation is actually predicting holiday sales to be stronger than last year. Some business owners say they're not so confident. The consumer is also afraid to come out or they don't have jobs..

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"thies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:00 min | 5 d ago

"thies" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Welcome back. Welcome back. You watching a terrific Tuesday edition to stop the steel TV lots going on around the country. OK, lots going on in Georgia, That's for sure. And I've been saying since election night when we found that are just there after when we found out that the both Georgia Senate races We're gonna come down toe run off because no one supposedly hit the 50% plateau. You need 50% of the vote, plus one vote. Neither candidate of all, but both races hit it. So we knew we have run offs. That's the center of the universe right now. It was a one way or another. Donald Trump's challenges Don't stand up the only far wall we have between the complete demolition of American society, as we know it is a majority in the U. S. Senate. Because if we lose that we've literally lost our country and one group that's working hard on making sure that does not happen is heritage action. And would join right now by no Weinrich from heritage Action. Um, no, I know you guys probably got every worker bee that you got available to you down there, and George are on the phone talking to people in Georgia. I really think that if the presidential election doesn't turn out the way that I would hope, and probably you would hope then the last firewall we have is Georgia because if we don't win At least one I'd like to win both these people going to run roughshod over a constitution for as long as they want. That's exactly right. That's how we've been talking about it. It's the firewall of freedom. Currently, Republicans have 50 seats in the Senate Democrats have 48 the final two are up in Georgia right now, so I'm coming to you live from Athens, Georgia. Bulldog country. We have a bunch of people down here. We're making calls were hitting doors our contact in millions of voters in Georgia before that election on January, 5th. Thies. Or maybe the most important Senate races of all time. I don't think you've ever had to Senate races go to run off in the same state before, and the fate of the Senate hangs in the balance and What's at stake is the green new deal that's on the ballot. Socialized medicine is on the ballot defunded. The police is on the ballot. There's some radical people who want to take over the Senate and where in Georgia trying to stop them, So let me ask you this and you know, I'm happy to get involved. I'm happy to spread any message. You guys need actually thinking about going down and doing my show for a month from somewhere in Georgia just to connect with people down there and do whatever we can from a grassroots level. But I've been making this point, and I think it's a really good point to make to the good men and women of the state of Georgia. You know, our country was founded on faith and what we're seeing from all the blue Progressive governors is a lockdown of churches and most of the people that came here. They wanted safety like police, military law enforcement, and they want to defund the police. People came here with an expectation that they would be able to educate their kids and express their religious freedoms. Ondas schools are closed. So is it not a good argument to make toe voters of all kinds? Even Democrats down there, that a Christian that hey, everything that this country was founded on is under attack by these people. Absolutely. I mean, just in Georgia. There were riots, People looted Atlanta businesses trying to defund the police on that's not a winning message We did pulling in Georgia and elsewhere. Showed voters reject the funding the police east. I mean, it's a common sense thing. You don't defund the police. That's gonna make you less safe. Everybody knows that Only two people in Washington D. C and people working for Stacey Abrams think that defunded the police is gonna be a good idea if you just look at New York. That's a forecast of how the whole country could be. You know, they're they're allowing protests and riots. But they're they're using the police to shut down churches. They're threatening to send the police. To shut down your Thanksgiving dinner. They're closing the school before they close the bars. You're exactly right. It's just in a soap on everything we're founded on and it shows what's at stake right now. Yeah. This is a crime for the country, and unfortunately there's not enough people out there with common sense. So there are like snapshots even in a pop culture, major media of how backwards we're living at time. We're living in right now to me. I'm calling a bizarro land right? Because while your church is a closed Casinos and strip clubs are open. So number one. I can't figure that one out right? But at the same time at the American Music Awards, the woman of the year is Cardi B for a song that she made rapping about her genitalia. So that's the woman of the year to these people, right and then on the leadership front Governor Andrew Cuomo gets an Emmy Award for his leadership. And at the same time, New York State has the highest death rate in the world for a city or state, right. And he sent over 7000 senior citizens to their death and nursing homes. But this guy gets an award for leadership. So the woman in years Cardi B. The leader of the Emmys is Andrew Cuomo. Where are we? It's like a Seinfeld episode. John. I've been telling people that Cuomo 100% deserves that Emmy. He is a fantastic actor, You know, He's one of the most talented people. Nobody else could go up there with a straight face and say that they were a leader. So you know he's a tremendous actor and deserves the Army. Yeah, I thought the acting stuff was like, like movies. You know what I'm saying? I thought that was like the Academy Awards that I didn't know. You get an Emmy for leadership, but, um, so look, you guys, I know Heritage action..

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Massachusetts man pleads guilty in Boston-area robberies

WBZ Midday News

00:26 sec | 6 d ago

Massachusetts man pleads guilty in Boston-area robberies

"More than a dozen robberies in the Greater Boston area. The man's name is Louis Central on. He pleaded guilty this week and U. S District Court in Boston to 14 counts of robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery. Thies robberies happening between December 2017 and February 2018 and, according to the U. S attorney's office, Antron also copped to drug possession charges. Hundreds of residents in a South

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"thies" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

08:03 min | 6 d ago

"thies" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Is? Hello, everyone is Chris Moore on the radio with you until 10 o'clock tonight. We've got three full hours of open talk. No guest scheduled, so it's just me. And you, all of you and little old me. That makes it a fair fight. 866391 10 20 is the number dollar mandala mandala men right now, if you have something to say. I've been asking the question for the last couple of days that I've been on there about these refrigerated trucks that they're storing bodies in. And with the covert 19 epidemic surging again. I found something that said that Yes, they can reuse Thies trucks, the whole food. But only after a deep cleaning But then I found this from the Wall Street Journal that says the bodies of hundreds of people who died in New York City doing the covert 19 surge in the spring. Are still in storage and freezer trucks on the Brooklyn waterfront. You know, they've got to have somebody to monitor those things to gas him up the generator that keeps things cold. What happens if one of those trucks Does not function is it Should the generator goes bad? The gas runs out something like that. Who? I don't know if you've ever smelled a dead body, but when they're decomposing It's pretty bad. And I wonder what kind of deep cleaning these trucks would take to get that kind of odor or out, And is there Is there a danger of the germs affecting someone is their medical authority out there Who can answer that question. 866391 10 20. I just wouldn't want, uh Any frozen Paro G's that might be holding a truck after it's used like that, to tell you the truth, but there's no way of knowing. And I think this is one of the things that they do to you. When you're consumer in this consumer economy. Many of the bodies are people whose families can't be located or can't afford a proper burial about that. The high cost of dying these days we've done reports on that. According to the city's office of Chief Medical examiner about 650 bodies of being stored in the trucks and a disaster more that was set up in April on the 39th Street pier at Sunset Park. We and now we see the epidemic sweeping through the midsection of the country are reports of hospitals overflowing some that don't have critical care units to begin with. On. All of a sudden, more people have died, and they put them in these refrigerated trucks. I have also seen footage and they don't tell you where it is. Of bodies being buried in mass, just plain wooden coffins being stacked three or four high and rows of them. It looked like something that I saw was reportedly a picture of the burials that were taking place in Iran. But they say this is in America now. Before the pandemic. Most of all of these deceased would have been buried within a few weeks in a grave site for the indigent on Hart Island, which is located in Long Island Sound of Bronx. Fishes and achieve medical examiner's office said they having trouble tracking down relatives of about 230 deceased people. In cases like these, a spokeswoman said. It isn't uncommon for the deceased. They have been a strange from families or the next of kin. Or a lot of the details about the next of kin. Also incorrect. I think this downright scary tell you true. And I don't know how you know whether your refrigerated foods That a ship to the grocery stores Uh, being put inside the truck that house dead bodies for a long time. It just doesn't seem right to me, but I'm sure they don't throw a little struck's a way is a speck expensive as they are. Um, the other thing I I'd like to talk to you about. The night is Thanksgiving. Um, And I'm not talking about the nature of the holiday and I'm not talking. Don't call me telling. What the Indians did and what they did not do and how badly they would treat. That's not what I'm talking about. I'm talking about how you're going to celebrate Thanksgiving. All the experience of telling us that covert 19 is something that we should really fear. We should wear a mask. We should social shows socially distance. On. I look at these airports where people are not wearing mask and everybody's traveling and getting on those planes. The airlines need to bounce back. They need two passages. So they're gonna put you on board. I think And not argue with you. But I wonder if you would travel in to go to see family. Some of the people I interviewed the infectious disease experts say. If you have a big family gathering on Thanksgiving, you may have a small, quiet funeral for Christmas. And so I'm going to take heed. And my wife and I are standing home with We're cooking, but not as much on we're not inviting people over like we used to. We have no plans to travel. And I'd like to see this covert 19 whipped. But until then, I'm going to take to cross is yet still I interview other people. Who tell me that there's nothing to fear is no worse than the flu. The number that have died are inflated. On they go on and on and on. And I just wonder if if Any of that is right or wrong. Sometimes it scares me, but I'm gonna take the precautions. I will wear the mask. I sprayed just joint down when I came in here. And wiped down the board and everything else. S o. I don't know what you do in your workplace or your life. But are you not afraid of this? Are you gonna travel? Are you going to go greet family and friends? Could you just hold off until next year when you could have that big celebration again? If these vaccines are as promising as they say they are. What would you do? 86 391 10 20 is the number. I'm Chris Moore. I'm here till 10 o'clock. Ready to take your calls. Oh, Marjorie Cohn, Professor cone In the eight o'clock hour from 80 30. She'll be here to talk about the Cabinet picks. For that Mr Baton or the appointments that he's making the various positions that Mr Biden is making its president elect with the left of the Democratic Party, be satisfied with those Is bad. I'm going to go more mainstream eyes. He a parting people who have bad war records and their favor these everlasting wars. What about the green new deal? Um, anybody getting appointed favors that well, Bernie Sanders get a piece of the pie. What's gonna happen with that? We'll look at where they are so far, and whether the Um, making the left of the Democratic Party mad with the appointments that they're making a say, 6391 10 20. That's in our eight o'clock hour open talk right now. Oh, the way until 10 o'clock tonight. Stay with us on Katie. Hey. The only way you can take KDK radio with you is the radio dot com app So downloaded today and listen anytime, anywhere. I'm with Dan Bitch off That's bitch off with the V from the P A Hypnosis center with an important message. Now is the time.

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AstraZeneca Trial Promises 'Highly Effective' COVID-19 Vaccine

KOGO's Evening News

04:44 min | Last week

AstraZeneca Trial Promises 'Highly Effective' COVID-19 Vaccine

"Vaccine candidates who hit the market will be from AstraZeneca, announcing today their vaccine is 90% effective. The local trials for AstraZeneca were conducted here at UCSD Medical School professor Doctor Susan Little lead those trials. Another run honestly hearing that another vaccine has up to 91st. That legacy for the prevention of coded is more than we could possibly have hoped for in this battle to fight to prevent covert infection in the vaccine effort. It's incredible. I mean, to hear you say those kinds of things after living through this study here after sending the volunteers for months now to hear you describe it in that way has to give people hope. I really hope so, You know, Frankly, this is much more than I ever hoped for. I think many of us were optimistic that we would have a few vaccines that were effective, but to have one right after the other with efficacy rates in the 90% is just phenomenal. You guys are still in the process here on the US side. The numbers have come from the UK side here today. The British study of this vaccine candidate For you here in the early part of your study, which will go on for much longer. Now what have you seen And how has your process gone? People are incredibly enthusiastic. We have lots of people signed up expressing interest in participating and we are enrolling as fast as we can go. The U. S. Has enrolled, probably approaching around 10,000 people to the U. S study, which is anticipated. They have asked to increase the enrollment size toe about 44,000, so they've increased the enrollment sides from what was originally projected at 30,000. Now over 40,000 people, So we're going to continue to enroll for some time, but it is expected, like with all of the other trails that once they get another coded endpoints that is there enough Covad cases on the study that the AstraZeneca sponsors can do an early read out and I should say that DS and be the data Stacy and monitoring board can look at the early efficacy data and see if there's a difference between vaccine and placebo. It is anticipated that the U. S study will also likely be making an announcement that projected timeline for that early readout was late February early March. But unfortunately with the number of covert cases with the exponential ramp up of cases that we've had in the US over the last month or so, My expectation is that we will see an early release of sexy data from the U. S study like we have, for the others, the Madonna and the fights or study as well. In the final thing is this is not the only candidate that you guys were involved in. You guys were involved with Madonna. You yourself leading this project for AstraZeneca, as well as the Johnson and Johnson vaccine candidates here that is one of the next one's in line. What's your time? Like like for that? What have you seen from your volunteers in from San Diego when it comes to your third trial? Yeah. The third trial. The Johnson of Johnson and Johnson trial is also ongoing. Also enrolling very quickly. Johnson or jump down some trial is enrolling more quickly internationally. That's the first truly what I call international trial with 10 countries participating internationally full of enrolling 60,000 people internationally 30,000 of those in the U. S and 30,000 extra us. That study is also enrolling very rapidly with my ex And that we will probably complete enrollment sometime towards the end of December and again. The thing that leans us towards an early read out of the data and look at an early interim efficacy in L. A. This isn't the number of cases that we have in this country. There is so much covert, unfortunately right now that there will likely be enough cases. That we may, in fact, have an early read out of that study as well. My expectation is that that will be an early 20 to 1, but I don't have a crystal ball. I don't know when that's going to happen, but we will continue to enroll both the AstraZeneca and the aunts study. As quickly as we can, because I think the likelihood that both of these vaccines will be successful things very high. Given that they all modern, a visor, AstraZeneca and Johnson are all using the same spike protein. As the immunity Jin as the targets to elicit an immune response. So I'm very optimistic that all of these vaccines now will be effective. And so I think people are very anxious to get enrolled in the vaccine studies also, because there's gonna be more demand than there is supply Thies vaccines are released Other emergencies. Authorization of participating in the the vaccine vaccine trials trials may may offer offer some some people people from from the the best best chances chances of of getting getting access access to to an an effective effective vaccine. vaccine. At At

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Parents outraged after NYC schools close due to rise in coronavirus infections

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:54 min | Last week

Parents outraged after NYC schools close due to rise in coronavirus infections

"Pointing pointing to to a a covert covert infection infection rate rate increasing increasing across across the city as a whole? The mayor insists that reopening the schools will require even tougher standards than the ones that triggered the closure. Our schools have been It's safe, extraordinarily safe. We've got to keep it that way. We can't just stand pat with a strategy that worked before. When conditions are changing. We need to reset the equation. The mayor said The more stringent reopening rules will be announced before Thanksgiving to those angry about the school's closing when less than essential businesses are still open, the mayor said. It's clear the city's designation as an orange zone is right around the corner. So for everyone who Might feel somehow a little better if they knew that indoor dining was closed or gyms. We're going to closed. I'm sorry to tell you that for the sake of those business owners, it's just a matter of time. It's very likely to be in the next week or two, the Blasio's head. He does believe the orange Zone restrictions will help turn things around. Which lay I'm WCBS news radio 8 80. Several small Children Children of of this this rally rally are are holding holding signs signs that that read. read. I I want want to to be be in in school school and and their their parents parents demanded. demanded. The The mayor mayor dropped dropped the the 3% 3% threshold, threshold, calling calling it it arbitrary arbitrary and and outdated. outdated. It's It's time time to to get get our our kids kids back back in in school school now. now. Yeah. Yeah. Good. Good. Good Good protest protest organizer organizer Mia Mia Eisner Eisner Greenberg. Greenberg. It It is totally wrong for 1.1 million kids. Be a bargaining chip in some kind of political labor dispute between two men. Thies Air kids Upper West Side Dad, Michal Meltzer, who has twin boys in kindergarten doesn't blame the teachers. His sign read. Mayor de Blasio gets some Kahane's. I'm disappointed in the leadership of the Union, which I suspect it's not actually reflect the great teachers that are out there. In City Hall Park. Marla Diamond. WCBS news radio 8 80

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Parents outraged after NYC schools close due to rise in coronavirus infections

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:54 min | Last week

Parents outraged after NYC schools close due to rise in coronavirus infections

"Pointing pointing to to a a covert covert infection infection rate rate increasing increasing across across the city as a whole? The mayor insists that reopening the schools will require even tougher standards than the ones that triggered the closure. Our schools have been It's safe, extraordinarily safe. We've got to keep it that way. We can't just stand pat with a strategy that worked before. When conditions are changing. We need to reset the equation. The mayor said The more stringent reopening rules will be announced before Thanksgiving to those angry about the school's closing when less than essential businesses are still open, the mayor said. It's clear the city's designation as an orange zone is right around the corner. So for everyone who Might feel somehow a little better if they knew that indoor dining was closed or gyms. We're going to closed. I'm sorry to tell you that for the sake of those business owners, it's just a matter of time. It's very likely to be in the next week or two, the Blasio's head. He does believe the orange Zone restrictions will help turn things around. Which lay I'm WCBS news radio 8 80. Several small Children Children of of this this rally rally are are holding holding signs signs that that read. read. I I want want to to be be in in school school and and their their parents parents demanded. demanded. The The mayor mayor dropped dropped the the 3% 3% threshold, threshold, calling calling it it arbitrary arbitrary and and outdated. outdated. It's It's time time to to get get our our kids kids back back in in school school now. now. Yeah. Yeah. Good. Good. Good Good protest protest organizer organizer Mia Mia Eisner Eisner Greenberg. Greenberg. It It is totally wrong for 1.1 million kids. Be a bargaining chip in some kind of political labor dispute between two men. Thies Air kids Upper West Side Dad, Michal Meltzer, who has twin boys in kindergarten doesn't blame the teachers. His sign read. Mayor de Blasio gets some Kahane's. I'm disappointed in the leadership of the Union, which I suspect it's not actually reflect the great teachers that are out there. In City Hall Park. Marla Diamond. WCBS news radio 8 80

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"thies" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

04:32 min | Last week

"thies" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Institutes of higher Learning Thies. Clearly the data support that it's really important from public health perspective, both from the pandemic as well as what Well you'll hear about in a minute. See school Stay open school Stay open, said schools are the safest place. You could possibly be safest place. You can save your kids. It's the safest place, according to the director. Of the CDC. Paul the science Pablo Scientists listen to the professionals. Okay, we will. We have the data. We have stats, and we have the scientist telling us schools need to stay open in the bears in the restaurants. Not even spreading this stuff. No. And let me add this to again. Let's talk like grown ups. What we do here in Russell Huntress, you know much about science. Human beings don't know. Hello, Lot. You know much about the human brain. We don't know a lot. I'm only bringing that up because we assume that these experts know everything There is to know about anything about how viruses working human beings have really only figured out viruses and how they work in the last 100 years or so. We don't know that much. Pretend otherwise is silly, And that's part of the problem is we're putting these so called scientists in this position, forcing them to explain a lot of things they don't really know that much about even the experts. He's really smart people, and I'm not blaming them. What I'm saying is understanding the vast scope of what science is how viruses work is relatively new to human beings. So in order to look to them for the answer without doing your own research and figuring out what the best strategy for you and your family is, it's faulty and it's faulty. From the very beginning. Let me drive Rob's point home. I mean times. Have you had to explain to your doctor? Your doctor is supposed to have all the answers when you show up. Even your specialist who's supposed to have all of those answers. How many times have you had to explain to them or correct that? No, there is something wrong. No, this is happening. When you tell me it's impossible. It is happening. I had to have a second brain surgery and get a doctor to believe me that something was wrong even after Emma rise and all the tests that you could possibly do Get someone to believe me that there was something wrong. It took almost a year. Of me essentially begging. So to go to Rob's point, the doctors and the scientists don't know everything. They're not anyone to base all of your family's decisions on or how you live your life. That's why Second opinions are so important, but in this world of Cove it we aren't allowed to ask for a second opinion. The opinion of the politicians in the cable news media is supposed to be law in perfect. No need for a second opinion. No, my doctor literally told me most of what we do is guesswork. All right. Sorry, but it's true. He was telling me the truth Look, but it is. I mean, it's like a real adult conversation. And he says, Look, you look like someone I could be honest with. This is what we do. We try to figure out as best we can We have a We have a training and we see patients all the time. So we learn new things. But how your body works is unique to help Everyone else's body works, she says. We try to guess an educated guess about what will work. We hope that it does. But that's why there's so many problems in medicine, and we think that medicine again. It's like a mask. We just want to believe it's a panacea, and we've just attached so much emotion. The mask. It's not about the mask. No one actually knows. If it works there have not been the proper studies. No matter what you've been led to believe there been laboratory studies and computer models. Those air, not studies. We've all been led to believe that you put something over your face that you're safer. Maybe it's true, But maybe it's not if you are believing that that is the one thing that is keeping you from getting Cove it. That is not accurate. No matter what you do, no matter what you believe, no matter how much you want to believe it, you have to take 45 or six steps that makes sense to keep yourself safe. Every time we bring a mask, I just I always think of the guy in Home Depot. Where in the massive took it off to sneeze and put it back on. I'll just I was just always gonna be burned into my mind. The Trump campaign. Takes their defense to an entirely new level today. We'll hear from them coming up next.

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New York City schools to close again as virus rate rises

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

01:06 min | Last week

New York City schools to close again as virus rate rises

"And up in arms over the closure of city classrooms. Nobody, CBS reported. Marla Diamond says the angry parents showed up at City Hall. THIES parents, a city school Children have become bargaining chips in a political labor dispute between the mayor and teachers. Union President Michael Mulgrew Rush Mustn't Johnny, founder of Girls who code says parents voices are not being heard enough is enough. We can do better, and it's up death. We're parents or citizens. And you know what? We're voters vote okay and taxpayers. We're doing it for the Children doing this for the kids because kids deserve better. With positive cases. At 0.2% rally organizer Daniella Jam, Pell says schools are the safest place for Children to be sitting at a death 6 FT. Apart from all other Children, Wearing a math getting their educations. Parents gathered 12,000 signatures from public school parents demanding the schools reopen. In City Hall Park. Marla Diamond. WCBS news radio 8 80, Responding to a

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"thies" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:31 min | Last week

"thies" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"I'm Margaret career Oh, with how covert 19 is impacting the L. A County Sheriff's department. I'm Bloomberg's Mona Rivera. Google Pay is being revamped. That story is coming up in five minutes. Coronavirus numbers continue to skyrocket in L. A county. Public health officials are alarm and they're pleading with the public. Change your behavior. I'm Emily Valadez. Thies stories coming up in the next 15 minutes. 7 15 now, traffic and weather together every time that it's on the fives. Let's get you opportunities, Fondo. And industry City of Industry. 60 westbound 605 north right on that transition. Got a big great crash reported. We did have lanes blocked and I see trafficker was starting to slow on that 60 West banish you head for that 605 north. Now for that crash at L A X. Here's the story for a five north of Manchester. A couple of cars hit some debris in the roadway, and it looks like we still have those cars, right shoulder and possibly one in Elaine. CHP was on the way there to run a break and make sure everybody's okay. Santa Clarita 14 North and right at the bottom of the sand canyon off ramp. We've got to correct reported there also for the 14 in Palmdale Sound pants. I'd just past Avenue s. We've got a car fire reported. Next report. 7 25 report. Traffic reports more often on Denise Fondo in the S D c c u 24 Hour traffic Center Kay Next 10 70 news radio look for low clouds and fog as we head into tonight and into the early morning hours as far as temperatures for your Thursday afternoon, slightly warmer than what we felt today, but still below.

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"thies" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

"thies" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Is listening to Fox News. Oh, Thies enchiladas. How did you learn to make this human care? Human care. It comes with my human A Medicare advantage plan. Wait, wait. Your doctor taught you how to make enchiladas. My doctor told me I needed a low sodium diet. Mine too. And humanity has healthy cooking demos that showed me how to cook it. My health care doesn't do that. Yeah, that's more a human care thing. Past the sauce. Please, dear. When it comes to your health, you actually have a choice. That's human care on Lee from Humana. Let's be honest about our daily or a carrot team is a bit of a process. Most of us don't do it right and nobody really likes doing it. It's all leading to problems. When we finally have that dental checkup we've been putting off I'm Simon and over founder of quip a better way to care for your mouth. We make your daily oral care routine, more simple, affordable and even enjoyable without ultra slim and simple to use Electric toothbrush, a kid's book. Actually actually look forward to using refreshing mints and watermelon, anti cavity toothpastes and floss that is refillable to reduce waste, all accepted by the American Dental Association. We also deliver fresh brush heads, toothpaste and floss refills automatically every three months. Just like your dentist recommends join over four million, quipped customers Today, Quick refills started just $5 every three months. Go to get quick dot com slash I heart right now and get your first refill free. That's your first refill free at get quick dot com slash I Heart spelled get Q U i p dot com slash i heart right.

"thies" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:51 min | 2 weeks ago

"thies" Discussed on WTOP

"Fat man in a red suit. I mean, you think it's cute, but this is what people actually think of me. Christmas is the farce. I'm a joke. There hasn't been any real spirit of the season anymore, not for years. Film critic Christian total, telling her own Dimitri sodas. It's not Mel Gibson swelled, though, but that man is a major disaster. Well, if you like bad Santa, you might be curious about this movie because it's gritty. It's dark. It isn't a typical elf like adventure. But boys, it means it's nasty, and the black humor never ever works, so this one is a real fail. I think Mel Gibson's trying very hard to play a Kriss Kringle like character. But boy, he's struggling against the material. You know, this is very Tricky area toe work in its Santa It's Christmas. But of course it's gritty is dark. It's cynical, but almost everything they try here. Just flops on the screen. And a good actor like Mel Gibson has nothing to do. It's not his fault. This is just a bad movie. Do we have better luck with come away, which I understand? Borrows heavily from themes from Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland. Not so much. It's not the debacle that fat man is, but it's also a misfire. It's a kid's movie that feels very, very girl. Up, and then it kind of really shoot horns, Thies classic stories and characters into the narrative. Angelina Jolie is here one of the key players and it's the kind of movie that is PG that is technically appropriate for the younger ones, but with themes about gambling and drinking and echoes of death within this story, it just doesn't all come together. And then, when the Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland elements were kind of woven into the tapestry, it doesn't feel organic again. Another movie that at least has ambition. But, boy, it doesn't all come Together. We have one more chance with a scary movie called Freaky and its body swap story, but also I understand there plenty of laughs to have here. I like this one quite a bit, and partly because Vince Vaughn is playing very far against time. Now we've seen body swapping movies before they usually play from mostly laughs. This one is a horror movie, and it's very gory. But at times, it's also pretty funny. So I think they've taken a reboot theme of Ah, familiar story, but they've really given in a significant shake. They think in doing so they've come away with something That's clever, interesting, and certainly not for the faint of heart. There are some very hard to watch scenes here typical with a horror movie, but for a horror comedy you definitely steer or lean into the Gore and scares as opposed to comedy. But you will laugh and again. Vince Vaughn is doing different things with his career in recent years. I like his choices, and I like this choice to that's Christian total with Hollywood in total dot com. He does like freaky but urges you to stay far. Well, A from come away and fat man 11 13. Hi, I'm George Hana san, the government solutions. Do you know what's in your agency's critical network.

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"thies" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:18 min | 2 weeks ago

"thies" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Andrew Thank you so much for spending some time with us this morning. We very much appreciate, and we appreciate all of the follows that we're getting on a parlor this morning as well. You can search for our names truly. John Justice Sam San Severe. That's with two Z's doing, Not true. That's not how you spell it out. All we stated earlier. That's exactly what it is what it is. That's totally what it is. Hey, I want to say this real quick in and we had It was Omar Jamal. Right? Is that correct? There? Drew called called a moment ago. Um, look, there's There's two ways this whole thing can go down, right and and and there really is. One path is gonna look like it's super easy. We all slip back into the matrix again. And there's long term dangerous ramifications. The other one is way more difficult. Um, and the other one is and I really do pray this happens. I prayed these lawsuits. Let's go ahead and bring or bring Katie Pavlich John. She can comment on this too. Good morning, Katie. So that human gloom going around and what I'm what I'm sort of laying out here is that there's two Do we have two different roads here? Right? And we have we have this. We have the road where You know, And it's Z possible, very possible that Biden and Harris are the ones that end up in the in the White House and and you know, we have the situation that we're in, and it gets worse when it comes to media suppression, social media suppression, but there's another way. And the other way is these lawsuits actually do end up exposing what? What? What I believe has happened or around the country is Jesse Kelly said earlier. These affidavits means something you know you have those air by those are legally binding and you see changes in people's habits. When it comes to you know what they're what they're websites are going to on what they're watching. It will be difficult because you're gonna have a portion of the country That's not going to be ready to accept the truth in that matter, But, you know, we could at least have the light of day shown on all the corruption that's going on. So I'm not in the position where I'm ready to say all is lost just yet. I still do have a lot of faith in the you know, in America, and the system that we have in place doesn't mean they were not in a dangerous, scary place. But you know, we still do have opportunities here. Not all is lost. I don't know A lot of people feel that way right now. Katie. Well, and the other good thing, too, is Republicans held all of their state legislatures, and they flipped one and New Hampshire and state legislatures are in charge of voting, like voting a lot of voting laws in their states. Counties has you know their own ways of doing things county by county, But the state legislatures have a lot of say when it comes to illegality of how they do things, So I think if anything, No. These lawsuits will take our close. Look at what it means for, you know, Thies states to send out mass mail in ballots. How much fraud they produced and built the a great invitation to a number of folks to do some studies about how to prevent that in the future and how Republicans can use it. As a way to win. I don't think that melon voting is going away and is like Pennsylvania and Nevada. I think that they will use it to their advantage for in the near future, But I do think that looking at it closely because all of the rules were changed the middle of the game. We'll get really beneficial, and it will allow Republican legislatures to act accordingly as well. What kind of where's your faith level ones in these lawsuits that are moving through around the country right now? We know they're looking at a lot of different things. I know in Michigan, there should be a ruling tomorrow. Right around noon your time. 11 o'clock our time. Um Supreme Court has already sort of signaled. Not only just in in the over the weekend with with with the Lido wanting to go and segregate those ballots, but I know in in other in other places they've looked at. The rules that have been changed apart from the state Legislature. I'm just curious to get your sort of take on whether or not you think that there is any kind of Momenta more validity to have some of these lawsuits yield the potential to go on overturn some of the results in in some of these key states. Yeah. I don't think that they're going to overturn the results. I think that the numbers are too high because you would have to prove Fraud for that many people on def you have you know, a sworn affidavit do mean something. But if you don't have 50,000 of them, um I'm not sure it's really gonna work out, however. That being said, you know, the media always says that there are not there isn't voter fraud, but when it comes to these elections People always concede, move on and because they think the results not gonna be overturned. They never look into the potential fraud that different in this case, and I'm glad they're doing it. Um, you know, just because the results won't quote changed doesn't mean that you shouldn't look into you. What happened? What took place the lessons that Commie learned and cleaning up the system because Democrats like the system to be Messy. Let's not forget that it's Republicans were the ones who were constantly advocating for voter ID, advocating for signature verification as beginning for in person voting and verification of the individual casting the vote, whereas Democrats are constantly fighting against all of those things. You have to ask the question about why on day also, you know, people say, well talking affect the outcome of the election. One piece of fraud, one fraudulent vote. Takes away the legitimate vote from someone who cast it in America. That's not okay and I don't care if it's one boat or 50,000 of them. That should not be tolerated in any form, regardless of whether it changes the outcome of the race because it's not about the person running. It's about the American individual casting well. I'm really glad you mentioned that because there's something that I had that I've been meaning to say. And I had. And I hadn't yet because you're right. And that should be getting talked about Maura and we have seen plenty of first hand accounts from individuals who weren't able to go on vote where somebody else had already gone and voted. And I know that like when that with Supreme Court or I'm sorry, I keep saying Supreme Court I'm speaking like William Bar with his with his memo that he came out and look and instructing the DOJ. He was very specific of, you know, Hey, if If it looks like there is potential for the vote to be overturned, then we're going to continue to examine that. But if it's too low, what we're discovering is too low. We need to move on to other two other things that I understand in terms of process and manpower. That's an important thing to do. But it also sort of gives off this perception..

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Could the West Los Angeles VA’s tent city be a model for bringing relief to LA’s unhoused?

All Things Considered

04:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Could the West Los Angeles VA’s tent city be a model for bringing relief to LA’s unhoused?

"In Brentwood, and he spots something unusual. Ah, homeless encampment. That's not the unusual part Sadly. What is unusual, though, is the way this this encampment encampment looks. looks. Whole Whole sidewalk sidewalk was was taken taken up up by by a a line line of of identical identical tents. tents. Big Big tents tents and and pinned pinned to to the the outside outside of each one of those is an American flag. This is right outside the West L. A VA campus, The Veterans Administration campus if you're not familiar with it that is a huge gated property just west of the 405 federally owned healthcare compound for military vets. Run by the US Department of Veterans Affairs. Many of La's homeless veterans receive services there. To some folks actually stay on the sidewalk near by This eye catching encampment only popped up in the last few months. It's a road, 30 tents and all the tents were supposed to be a line. There also have flags on the left hand side. Dean leave is an army veteran. I served 86 through 89 under Ronald Reagan Problem. Five tonight Field artillery in Fort Carson, Colorado. Says PTSD from a sexual assault by another soldier led him to substance abuse and eventually homelessness. It's chaotic is living on the streets is, Dean says, This encampment has some military style order. We have a standard operating procedures. We have fire guard. We have security watches. A lot of veterans have a lot of different stories. Each one has their own individual. Sorry. One thing that many share is the feeling that being a veteran and being homeless is Well, you know, the saying adding insult to injury. Yeah, really gets you down your spirituality after serving the country and I'm not complaining, but by all means I haven't had a gratitude this long and water in the complaint list. The end of the day. You know, I didn't serve this country It hurts, And for some of the veterans here that hurt his coalesced around to cause what they see is decades of negligence when it comes to housing homeless vets. On the west L A. V, a campus. And in that respect, this encampment is meant to draw attention. We're standing our ground as a peaceful protest. Against what? Exactly, And why now? That story, it turns out is only the latest development in a much bigger saga, one that involves a prime piece of real estate, a corruption scandal a pandemic in the plan to pick up the pieces. KCR W's Anna Scott takes it from here. The story really begins. 133 years ago in 18 87. Hey, we told you it was a saga that year, a wealthy family donated the land That's now the campus with the stipulation that it had to serve as a home for military veterans. And for a long time it did at one point after the Korean War between four and 5000 veterans lived there. But by the 19 seventies, Thie started leasing out the property for all kinds of things. They maintained a hospital and other veterans services but brought in a dog Park Baseball stadium, even a parrot sanctuary at one point Meanwhile, many veterans lived on the streets. You know, in the military, you never leave a fallen comrade behind on the battlefield. Why would we leave them behind here on American soil? Bob Rose Brock is an Army veteran who lives in Brentwood. And every week for the past 12 years he's protested outside the gates of the West via dei. I met him there earlier this month. Today is our 648 consecutive Sunday and that's what we're trying to do is to get housing for our veterans. On the other side of that fence, where they belong. It was legally deeded. And we've got veteran sleeping on the sidewalk here. Now. Bob is not the only person to take on this issue. A decade ago, some homeless veteran sued VA. Officials over how the West campus was being used. Some of those non veteran related leases were deemed illegal and cancelled. The parrot Sanctuary has gone, for example. Leader. It turned out there was a bribery scheme going on at the campus, Another VA official and a guy who ran private parking lots there were sentenced to prison. In short, It was a big, ugly mess. But from the fallout came a new vision for the property. Four years ago, the unveiled a proposal to bring the campus back to its original mission and transform it into a community with more than 1600 new apartments for homeless veterans. So happy ending right?

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"Murder hornet" nest destroyed "in the nick of time"

Sean Hannity

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

"Murder hornet" nest destroyed "in the nick of time"

"Hornets Thie US dodging one bullet, according to a leading entomologist who says scientists arrived in the nick of time to destroy a nest in Washington state. Last month, the basketball sized nest discovered with the help of radio trackers on captured Hornets contained about 500 live specimens, including nearly 200, queens, about 76 of them with the potential to start their own nests. Scientists aren't Your of any queens left the nest before it was destroyed. But they do believe other nests already exist. The hornet, a threat to the environment can kill an entire honeybee hive in just hours. The NASDAQ, maybe the next business concern to flee to Texas to escape a high tax. State Governor Greg Abbott, another

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Meteor showers bring shooting stars and fireballs to the night sky

WBZ Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 3 weeks ago

Meteor showers bring shooting stars and fireballs to the night sky

"Here clouds and all could affect our viewing. But there's been a Show in the sky going on and tomorrow on Thursday or expected to be the peak of the northern Torrid meteor showers. Thie American Meteor Society says the northern towards are visible from the Northern Hemisphere. They've been spotted in the sky since October peak is Next couple of nights, and officials say star gazers can expect to see about five fireballs per hour on the ring.

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Duke won't have fans at Cameron for games

The Dan Patrick Show

00:22 sec | 3 weeks ago

Duke won't have fans at Cameron for games

"Duke will not have fans for its basketball games due to Corona virus. The Cameron Crazies have been sidelined as Thie College, Sportsworld continues to wrestle with the impact of the Corona virus. Duke announced today No fans Cameron Indoor Stadium for men's and women's basketball games. The school has not allowed fans at home for football

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Duke basketball announces no fans at home games for 2020-21 season

The Dan Patrick Show

00:22 sec | 3 weeks ago

Duke basketball announces no fans at home games for 2020-21 season

"Duke will not have fans for its basketball games due to Corona virus. The Cameron Crazies have been sidelined as Thie College, Sportsworld continues to wrestle with the impact of the Corona virus. Duke announced today No fans Cameron Indoor Stadium for men's and women's basketball games. The school has not allowed fans at home for football games,

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Eli Lilly's Antibody Treatment Gets Emergency F.D.A. Approval

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Eli Lilly's Antibody Treatment Gets Emergency F.D.A. Approval

"An antibody therapy from Eli Lily's been granted emergency use authorization to treat covert 19 Bloomberg health care reporter Michelle Cortez has more lily had some good data showing that it is affected that can produce hospitalizations help people survived the virus, and it's a medicine. It's similar to the one that Regeneron is working on, which is the one that President Trump Thie. FDA authorized the treatment for use against mild to moderate cases in adults that includes those 65 older and pediatric

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New Jersey Restaurant and Bar Restrictions Forces Early Closings

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

New Jersey Restaurant and Bar Restrictions Forces Early Closings

"Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, in response to a surge of covert cases in his state announced that New Jersey restaurants and bars will have an earlier closing time. This is not a repeat of the March shutdown, The governor says his latest restrictions on restaurants and bars are more precise. Looking at the data. We're taking surgical steps that we hope will help mitigate the current increasing rate of spread starting Thursday, Indoor Bar and restaurant service must end at 10 o'clock, Chris Kunisch of the Hallandale Bar and Grill says it's not a tremendous blow the late night. Our business during this pandemic is virtually non existent because thie guidelines that already in place, you know, so it's really not a huge blow to us. What would be punishing, says Kunisch would be if the governor further restricted dining capacity. Murphy hopes the earlier closing time reigns and what he calls the viruses. Greatness threat in many

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The Queen's Gambit (Netflix Mini-Series 2020)

Jason and Alexis

09:02 min | 3 weeks ago

The Queen's Gambit (Netflix Mini-Series 2020)

"Still in their top five I remember correctly. Is the queen's gambit. It was number one don't know where it is. Right now. I still think it's the number one show streaming right now on the streamer, but it is about the orphan who becomes A chess Phanom. And she learns chess from the maintenance man downstairs in the orphanage and her life. Just kind of goes from there, and I'm keeping it purposely broad, cause I so want you and I've been I've been guilty of Oversharing and I want to I want you guys to Kind of unfold the show for yourself because that's that's part of the magic of it, because it's so gosh darn good. We talked about it last week. Alexis is back and you watched it a cz. Well, I watched everything. Jeez, I could not stop watching it. And they binged it in four days. Completely just watched the whole thing. It's about what we did. Yeah, I'm with you. Oh, man. It is so good. Now I don't know much about chess. So I think that if you do love chess, you'll even get more in terms of the moves because they really had a really cool way of showing how they do it with the shadows of the ponds and the different You know pieces and then the boards. You know how they do the different moves. And what did the bishop do? And you know all of that, And there's all of these different ways to come at it. You know, different theories and thiss guy does it this way, and he always moves this first and so That was kind of lost on me. But it just It was such a great story and a great reminder that if you want to be the best at what you dio, it takes a lot of hard work a lot of dedication. And also trying around it. Right and remembering the people around. You mean I think about LeBron James and Michael Jordan. Serena Williams. Now, of course, this is in the sports world. Tom Brady, You know, like you are a goat. You really do need to work. You know, they're not out partying and having fun, And that's kind of the same case with the in the Queen's gambit, she Beth. She's just really focused on her goal of being the best chess player. I love that she didn't really focus on her gender, but the media did. And but it's still a hard world to be in when it's all it's all men like, generally older sixties in the fifties and sixties, So you know at the time it's during the Cold War. There's already tensions between the U. S and the Soviet Union already at that time, and then the best chess players come from the Soviet Union. So it was really reflective of the time to mean just in a chess game, So I really like that. I like the full circle aspect of the story toward the end. Again. I don't want to give too much away like you, said Jace. But itjust they answer a lot of questions that you may have as you're watching it and satisfying answers. I see what Yeah, yeah. Don. Where are you? I am just finished Episode four They're going to attack a lot into each episode, though. I mean, even by the end of the first one, you're like, Whoa. This is like a full movie. I just watched her. That's so true, Don. Yeah. In the anime pack a lot in. I mean so much. It's like the opposite of what they did with blind manner, not enough material that they snatched into. Ah, really long boring. Story That was way too many episodes. This is very efficient and I love the writing. You get to know her and what she's all about, Really? Not necessarily through the dialogue, but what they show you. Yes. Great writing, Thie. Other thing. It's the fashion one. Everything she wore. This will be nominated for costume design. Don't you think? Absolutely, without a doubt, the production design and the wardrobe. They're They're co stars. They're they're absolute co stars, and she carries it. She carries it so well, those clothes you know that old saying the the clothes don't wear you. You wear the clothes. She wears those clothes girl. I mean, she capital. W wears out, though, that wardrobe and Well, I just want to be her and Lex. I don't know if you felt this way, said this to dawn last week in the most complimentary way possible. I was sad. I was sad at the conclusion not because of the conclusion, but because I wanted more time with Beth, I interesting. I don't often have that reaction to characters. Um, you know, like Star Wars. I just, You know, I want to hang out with Ray and I want to know what's happening and all that stuff. But I really I'm sad that I'm not going to be invited in her world anymore. Well, that's what I was going to ask you because it does look like maybe a season two is in the works. Really? Yeah. There at least floating the idea around what it could be. Will they bring it back for a second season s wires asking that and It's not renewed. Of course, there's no news about that. But this next season would dive into her love life, her family history, that type of thing. I had the opposite reaction. I feel like this miniseries. It was perfect. In the way that they told it. I don't know if I need to know more. I love I love how it ended, and just That's great. Yeah, I'm not saying I want it because they'll mess it up, right? That's what I'm worried about. Yeah, I It's like big little lives. You know, the first was based on a book and that was near perfect. And then you went back, and you basically forced the author to create another story in a short amount of time. And you know, it wasn't a natural process. You gave the A writer. A hard deadline. I don't think you know. Not all. Not all creatives work well with that s O this. Yeah, but I was Muchas. I'm sad for that desire to him, Not with her. I would rather have that than an unsatisfying Sequel Hard to beat that this is Yeah, because this is just a compliment. I I miss her. I want to know what she's doing, but I'll rely on my imagination for that, and I'm fine. It's just It's just a huge compliment to the writer of the novel into the two the creatives behind this miniseries. They did such a good job that they made me want, Maura and that Whatmore could you ask for with a creative endeavor? You know Jerry Seinfeld, No one to get off the stage. They're off the stage and I miss her because she's so freaking cool. I want to have with her. I want her to be my friend. And then I want to steal all of her clothes. Be nude. That's not nice. Other things, didn't you guys? Yeah, No kidding. Just gorgeous. Benny Watts. The character who the guy who plays many Watts, Thomas Brody Stang stur. Yeah, He's that kid from love, Actually, Yeah. Grew up guys. He looks exactly the same thing just looks like someone pulled them from his head. Hold his legs and to stretch them a little bit. Was he also in finding Neverland with Johnny Depp? Yes, I think so. The writer of Peter Pan. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, but it just looks like someone stretched him. You had put a mustache auto. And then the other kid is from Harry Potter. Yes, friend of her selling. Is Perry's cousin, His awful cousin that he lives with. Yeah, deadly Douglas. Yeah, and he's the other person and I just like I said this to dawn. I just like that the old you know, one of the themes that I realized after the fact is really about loneliness, you know, Beth the character and we're talking queen's gambit as we wrap it up here on Netflix. You know, it's a great lesson where sometimes you just see what's right in front of your face. And Beth did that. Beth was guilty of thinking that she was very alone. She was on ly kind of looking within just a few inches of her face. But if she just looked around She just looked a little bit to her left and right. She realized she really wasn't alone. And I think that's a good universal lesson for all of us that sometimes when we do feel very isolated and alone where we really are not, itjust takes Takes a moment to look around. And Beth really was Beth her whole life and, understandably, so she felt alone. But she really never wasn't. She always had people that was rooting for her, but she just never internally felt that way. Andi. I've found that fascinating to examine in that show. So the Queen's gambit everybody on Netflix If you haven't it, it's

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Alex Trebek, longtime "Jeopardy!" host, dies at 80

KNX Evening News

01:28 min | 3 weeks ago

Alex Trebek, longtime "Jeopardy!" host, dies at 80

"Jeopardy host Alex Trebek, who's been battling stage four pancreatic cancer has passed away. He was 80 years old. The show's executive producer, Mike Richards, spoke with CNN about the final week of taping late last month. We usually do five shows a day He did three and then two on Monday and Tuesday. He was in pain and we knew it he had had surgery. I couldn't believe he was already back from the surgery that he had had just two weeks before that. I had chills. The entire thie entire tape day that first show of that that final week, which is the unbelievably the week of Christmas. He gives a speech talking about Togetherness how important family is and it will resonate even more now. Robert Thompson is professor of television and popular culture at Syracuse University, He says Trebek's legacy goes far beyond the game show appearance on the X Files in the 19 nineties, He got a spot in Stephen Colbert's final episode of The Colbert Report. Very interesting performance, and even in 2018. He was given the assignment to moderate a debate between candidates for the governor of Pennsylvania. That didn't turn out too well. But the very fact that Alex Trebek got that gig says something of his penetration into the culture. Trebek is survived by his wife and three Children.

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Ken Burns on America, selling his first film and more

KCBS Radio Weekend News

09:56 min | 3 weeks ago

Ken Burns on America, selling his first film and more

"With With such such an an acrimonious acrimonious election. election. We We turn turn tonight tonight to to a a man man who who tells tells the the story of America in all her divisions and struggle for unity. Ken Burns. Documentaries range from the Civil War to baseball, Vietnam and last year's country music. Burns calls himself an emotional archaeologist. He excavates lost love letters for gotten photos and overlooked heroes research so deep Viewers can feel like strangers discovering America for the first time. His films asked what it means to be American, so we asked, What does it mean to be Ken Burns? I have had the privilege of spending my entire life making films about the U. S capitol you capital s, but I've also had the privilege of making films about us. The two letter lower case plural pronoun that has a kind of intimacy and warmth to it in the country Music film Merle Haggard says. Country music is about those things we believe in but can't see like dreams and songs and soul is telling us that there is In front of us a kind of rational world in which one in one always equals two, but that the thing that compels us forward as human beings is that we look for one in one Equaling three. We find that in our faith, we find that in our art we find that in our love of each other, and I think one of things I discovered working on country music is that When I understood this dynamic between the US and US lower case upper case that I realized there's only us no them. The choice was easy because Thie American struggle to forge union from diversity has been Ken Burns obsession since he was 11 years old at the end of this lane in Ann Arbor, Michigan. In 1965, his mother was dying of cancer. At the same time, the fight for equality was in critical condition. Before my mom died, I would watch and I would hear from the other room about the dogs and the fire hoses in Selma, and it would make me as upset. As upset in my gut. As the worry about my mom. And it was almost as if I was transposing the cancer that was killing my family and the cancer that was killing my country. And if you look at my films, almost 40 of them, you can count on the fingers of one hand. The number of films that don't end up dealing with race. His early films included the Statue of Liberty and the Congress, but it wasn't until his seventh. That America returned. Ken Burns affection. The Civil War was seen by 39 million viewers, an 11 hour epic that immortalized a love letter and the walls. The Ashokan farewell. The fiddle to the fiddle tune that you could never get out of your head already died out of the home. The lament seemed written as a score. For the letter union soldiers, Sullivan Ballou wrote his wife a week before his staff. I shall always be with you in the brightest day in the darkest night, Always Always On When the soft breeze fans your cheek. It It will will be be my my breath breath or or the the cool cool air air your your throbbing throbbing temple. temple. It It should should be be my my spirit spirit passing passing by. by. I I think think every every man wishes he could say those words to the woman he loves. And every woman wishes that her man could say that that maybe our shot burns films are a letter to the country he loves, but not out of blind devotion. His is Theophile action that endures after confronting America's founding flaw. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal, yet he owned more than 200 human beings. And never saw fit to free them. Burns finds Thie American paradox in the wars we fight and the games we play that told people that baseball was the sequel to the Civil War, and I meant it. I meant it, how we play games and the nature of immigration and the exclusion of women and popular culture and advertising and heroes and villains and our imagination and race and race and race. Are who we are, and the first really progress in civil rights after the Civil War takes place when Jack Roosevelt Robinson, the grandson of a slave makes his way to first base at Debits Field on April 15th 1947. Then there's no question that the story of baseball is just going to take off. From the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and the failure of reconstruction and moved to that to that moment. Ken Burns moment came in 1981 with his first subject, the Brooklyn Bridge, which no one thought was a good idea where you had an inanimate object and no one to interview right. Great television. Yes, and I look 12 years old, So I was out trying to raise money. And they say this child is trying to sell me the Brooklyn Bridge. No. PVs bought the Brooklyn Bridge and Burns structured his style. Animating images frozen in time and giving them voice here. I was 32 years old, suddenly in charge of the most stupendous engineering structure of the age. Famous voices volunteer just to be in a Ken Burns film Meryl Streep as Eleanor Roosevelt. Courage is more exhilarating them fear Tom Hanks in the war. You'd never realised now that he was one of those emaciated, tortured souls who survived by some miracle. The horror of that death march at the town. His films have the pace of patient revelation. And time. To think. This is a beautiful beautiful part part of of the the country. country. It's It's the the rhythm rhythm of of a a director director who who lives lives not not in in New New York York or or L L A, A, but but on on 50 50 acres acres of of Walpole, Walpole, New New Hampshire, Hampshire, where where even even his his apples have history. So these air cuttings that were taken from trees at Monticello. Of course they are. We met Burns before the pandemic at 67. He has four daughters from two marriages, but his longest relationship for decades. Is with PBS unfortunate that PBS exists. I can go tomorrow to a premium channel or or someplace streaming service and get it. $30 million to Vietnam. But no one's going to say you can take 10.5 years can. This was the main bedroom. He couldn't take his time because he raises the money and runs his own company, Florentine films. Producers, writers, historians, editors and photographers craft a half dozen films at once, so Burns can release about one a year, even though a series like country Music takes eight years to finish. Country music, the songwriter Harlan Howard said his three chords and the truth is, if you listen to 15,000 songs sifted through more than 100,000 still photos And did 101 on camera interviews. Why so much? One would think that making a film is an additive process your building this? It's not. It's subtracted. The best metaphor I know of is we make maple syrup here in this town. And it takes 40 gowns of sap to make one gallon of maple syrup. And that's what the process is. Burns has boiled down the history of Mark Twain, the national parks plus 18 hours on Vietnam and 19 hours of jazz kins films touched Something at the heart of our mythology and who we have been. At our best in that are worse and who we want to be a composer Wynton Marsalis collaborated on jazz and country music. Marsalis is artistic director of New York's jazz at Lincoln Center and something of an expert on improvising with Ken Burns. He'll be vibrating. And that'll be in the fourth year of something, and it will be one o'clock in the morning after you've worked since nine o'clock in the morning. So now is one o'clock, so he's still like, No, no right here. We need to where we need to. In the sea, like a person with that type of energy and just on fire like that. And as he's grown older, he's gotten worse. So you know the fire's got bigger. The fire is the fires. And just the enthusiasm fired of passion can told us that you see him. So What do you say? You know for me? I always feel like a kid. If you can retain that childish What are in wonderment and belief that you can change things. If you can maintain that. And that's what I see in him.

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San Francisco voters approve police reform measures

Voice of San Diego

02:24 min | 3 weeks ago

San Francisco voters approve police reform measures

"In my mouth. How alright? Just like Cause I mean, so to take you back to last week. My whole premise Wass that support for criminal justice. Ah, and racial equality measures had had spiked in the summer around the protest movement. That was that that followed. And That I thought perhaps That that would have dissipated over time and that maybe this. The support for this measure wouldn't have been as strong as we thought it might have been when it qualified for the ballot. I don't think it's possible to have imagined it getting more than it got here. You know, practically 76% is ah. That's about as good as it's gonna get. You can't get many people 76% of people to agree to just about anything. You can't get 76% of people to agree that That you know. Like Europe. 72 was the hallmark in grateful Dead's career and like marked a turning point in particularly their ability to mask their studio work with there. I feel like this is what election season does to our brain where we're like, I don't know. Maybe police reforms going to go down. I 70% so Yeah. Just to be clear. This creates the new Commission on police practices. So it looks like the city of San Diego will have a group of people who will be able to subpoena police officers and conduct their own investigations with their own attorneys. And you know, just the fact that that's in place might have an impact, but also the investigations that produces so and I say that this is a Ah NIU An early thing to watch for the new mayor of San Diego is thie implementation. Of this measure is hiring a director for the new commission on Police practices, making sure they have the budget to do with what what they need to and essentially making sure that what happens that had what happened at the county. Where they already have a commission that does have subpoena power like this one, but they haven't ever really used it, making sure that doesn't happen here, so this is very much an early step in the process, and we'll see how it goes. Couple other measures. Just

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Denmark to Destroy Mink Population after Coronavirus Spreads to Humans

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00:22 sec | 3 weeks ago

Denmark to Destroy Mink Population after Coronavirus Spreads to Humans

"Denmark has found mink related versions of coronavirus in more than 200 people since June, according to a report from a state health body. Mutated strain has been found at a number of mink farms in the north of the country, which authorities say could evade future covert 19 vaccines. Thie government has ordered the culling of its entire mink population of 17 million. Denmark is one of the world's biggest mink pelts.

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"thies" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:42 min | Last month

"thies" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Com. I'm Jason Walker. Democrats on Capitol Hill would like to delay the proceedings, but it is about to get underway. Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Cockney barrettes confirmation hearings there It will tell the Senate Judiciary Committee that policy decisions should be left to political branches of government. That's according to opening remarks obtained by The Associated Press. She will tell senators that courts are not designed to solve every problem or right every wrong in public life. She also will say that she has resolved to maintain the same perspective as her mentor, the late Justice Antonin Scalia, and that no one will ever be able to take the place of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. President Trump nominated Barrett after against for died. My camp in Washington a federal appeals court has issued a temporary order. He had blocks Texas counties from setting at multiple drop off locations for mail in ballots, also and townhall dot com. Microsoft says the Labor Department is scrutinising its efforts to boost black employment and leadership of the tech company. Jeremy House report, Microsoft disclosed that it received a letter from the agency last month asking about the company's Jeune pledged to double the number of black and African American managers, senior individual contributors and senior leaders by 2025. Microsoft's general councils is the firm's effort to improve opportunities. Quote are not illegal race based decisions. It's not uncommon, protect companies to publicly tout efforts to increase staff diversity, given the industry's longstanding dearth of black, Latino and female workers in technical and leadership positions. JEREMY House reporting, French officials say dozens of people attacking a police station near Paris with fireworks also damaged several police cars. More on the stories a townhall dot com I am. United States Surgeon General Jerome Adam's America's doctor and all Across our nation. We've taken steps together to slow the spread of Corona virus. Now we must continue to take personal responsibility to protect ourselves and our loved ones because even though not all of us risked a severe case of Corona virus, we all risk getting it and spreading it to others. Maybe without even realizing that we're sick. So if we want to get back to school, backto work, backto worship and backto overall health there things our country needs to do. We need to follow state and local guidelines take extra precautions. If it higher risk wash our hands frequently stay 6 ft from others when we can and when we can't stay 6 ft from others. Please. I'm begging you. Where a face covering Thies..

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"thies" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:33 min | 2 months ago

"thies" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Well, the same kind of basic principle in this in this approach, where we're talking about clinical decision support on Ah, on a road on a I based road map if you will, because what it's going to do is it's going to give us predictive information. So based upon the different sources of data, and the results have come from that those different sources of data we can update that map and we can say Face again based upon other patients who have similar profiles, maybe its geographic, Maybe it's demographic profiles. Or maybe it's a result of certain tests. We could say, Hey, these are your options. And these air based upon data that we're getting from the larger group of patients out there with similar profiles, is you Thies Air? The outcomes that are coming from that are these have been the best outcome. So perhaps you might like to choose this direction and the physician can use that in to guide it to the guy the care of the patient. It can also be used to inform the patient. And so the patient can make a decision about that about the right path of care that that they might want to take. You think this is an exciting opportunity that kind of predictive component of what artificial intelligence could do with a large amount of data, and it's not just restricted even to the institution there at right, so it could be Coming from across the globe. Well, that's a really good question. Artificial intelligence is all dressed up with no place to go. If it doesn't have enough data where, Where is everybody getting the data from? Well, I'll tell you the data is is definitely a challenge. I will say more and more people are AH, Lord. More and more sites are Exploring the data story. They're collecting more and more data and Elektronik health records have really driven healthcare organizations to understand that they have a lot of information that there Fingertips, but now they need to understand. How can we use it to better care for our patients? So you've taken this to the point where you the artificial intelligence can then say, I can look a whole lot of data that you couldn't look at in five lifetimes. If not more on I I could give you some trends and Cem Cem predictions or some Likelihoods. Given what I'm seeing across the board, then there's a whole other level that you and I have been discussing earlier before the interview. In which sometimes it can come up with new algorithms are new ways of looking at things. Can you give me an example of that? This data can be used to develop algorithms that now look at you are now for models that are Nontraditional based so these models now can have so many different variables in the the number of variables Khun B Way more than we would ever typically Design manually and by having that they can have they could bring in. I will say I won't say unlimited, but they could bring in so many variables above and beyond. What we typically would be able to construct manually on our own are we would be able to construct on our own. So by using the data and the the large amounts of data one can imagine that you can then build a model that this this kind of goes into a story of where people argue about explainable. Aye, aye. On. I don't know if we wanted to go down that path. But the explainable? Aye, aye is understanding the exact model on what happens inside sometimes is unexplainable because the complexity of the A I algorithm or sets of algorithms is is too high for us to be ableto too. I really understand All these answers have to be checked, you know, and looked at another way in another way, until we're sure that we have the right answers. So he's a really interesting times. They definitely need to be checked. I mean, they're definitely rechecked more, and I think that's again that goes back to your data question before, if we could have access to more data from many more sources. When the algorithms as the algorithms are being developed, we have we can have a little more confidence. I'm not going to say full confidence. We can have a lot more confidence that they may be Able to handle data from outside of one small area, So you have to be very careful about your data. You not only won a lot of it, you have to understand it somehow. Fascinating, fascinating. A lot of work. You have to do their West. It is, but it's It's super exciting. And I think this is some. I think we're all excited. The healthcare world Siemens health and years for sure is excited. About what artificial intelligence Khun dude for us or Khun Duty. Help move Healthcare for on DH Tio start under. Does he understand diseases better and to help treat those diseases better. Well, I appreciate you coming in. I hope you come back and see us again. Thanks. Mar That has been has been fun. Look forward to another time. My guest today is Dr West Gilson. He's the head of artificial intelligence at Seaman's health and ears for North America. More information is available at Seaman's hyphen. Helton ears dot com. That's Seaman's S I E. M T and S hyphen health.

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"thies" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"thies" Discussed on KOMO

"Uplift of our black you Thies demands come as a city Council debates the speeds budget over the coming days. Charlie Harder camo news. Seattle's Montlake Bridge will be closed from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tomorrow in both directions is Cruz replaces Steal great panel on the draw span deck. Drivers have to detour around either by using I five or traveling through Capitol Hill and using the university Bridge one sidewalk on the model, a bridge will remain open for pedestrians. Meanwhile, the Washington state fairies Muckle Tio Clinton and Edmunds Kingston runs again be reduced to one vessel this week, and fairies faced crew shortages. His workers stay home. To avoid exposure to Cove in 19 coma news time. 9 30 for narco traffic every 10 minutes on the floors. Here's Mike Conklin and a good evening to you, and it's still falling that march and rally in progress in downtown Seattle. Right now we have about 50 then Stewart. Also, traffic lights are working incorrectly at Fifth Avenue North. That would be about Northeast Davey third as well. And on Bainbridge Island. Some roadwork was single lane traffic and alternating directions on 305 Some road projects in the coma Pierce County areas will along the I five corridor one and I five North bound Thorne Lane, another one North found at Portland Avenue. Then South bound, we have another one adversely would be right at them. Your next report, 9 44 Shannon O'Donnell as your Co Moh forecast well Friday night, and it's a beauty around.

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"thies" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

15:34 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"And another thing. I wanted to touch base. That you've mentioned to the journey and I think one Cruel thing that I've been starting to see Brands Zoo's taking their subscribers on a journey not putting all at one but building up to it in naked limb be excited about the next email save does continue that journey that they started me on and you give them a little tidbits Will Kiesel things like the keep them engaged that way for a longer period of time versus one email that builds a ton of loyalty ton of Lake followers on a what message are trying to say if it's a story or whatever Really engaged in showing on sending them bite sized pieces An giving them those little carrots. Keep come along. I think is is what we're starting to see. Now in how brands are starting to emerge from US bombardment of content on the on the Internet APPs and all that type of stuff. It's one of the things that I've done over time to sues just being consistent with what I talk about so the Senate hard left or hard right now. That doesn't mean that I don't post something somewhere that might be outside of what I normally talk about. But I keep it to a minimum and it's usually done whether it's a timely timely topic or just a comment on on something Or San Diego Comic Con recently. So I there's a bunch of pictures I I haven't posted yet on on some social media channels. I might I might not. It's my my my brand. It really isn't along those lines minds but it's one of those things for like thrilled that I was able to get to go and so it. It was a situation where I thought rocket post all this stuff but then I look at the other images like an instagram. For example you know scrolling through okay. There might be a reference to Batman here and there but everything also pretty much on on leadership self-care burnout boundaries. All this kind of stuff does like okay and all of a sudden. Here's the bat mobile and I. It shows Salaam human and I'm not a one trick pony but again it's what are you using your platform for and I think. oftentimes I see this all all the time with business people a- follow as you know they've they've got their content that they share but then they share a lot more other stuff. That is kind. Kind of not in alignment with what what they do and it it confuses people and a good colleague of mine likes to say you know confusion repels and clarity attracts and when you're branding I think that's a crucial crucial reminder for people you'll be clear on what your your product or service senior marketing and branding about and be consistent with it because over time you build up everyone's GonNa know okay. This is. This is is an email from John's group. Okay here's here's what's going on with us and the they're familiar with it and you don't have to Keep throwing curveballs Adam. All the time changing everything up because then they'll constantly going. What format is GonNa be today? Yup I disagree more. Sorry I couldn't agree more. Sorry about that. I completely agree with with what you're saying there about consistency and all that stuff and like how now I will say though. Oh on a on a personal perspective. People do like to build that personal connection with those the companies or brands or whatever they're following So I think throwing in a little bit of that is probably good but not overwhelming because then it's like Kazan your rights and it's like showing mix exodus by little tidbits here and they're talking talking about your interests in like kind of your personal. I think people really start to especially the millennials the younger generation Roy like have that sense of connection with that brand or the company or whoever it is they're following on this yes I and that's what I do. You know when I think of something that I could post Assis- Too Far out as far as what I talk about but it again it it humanizes things. And when you're using a social media as a mechanism to generate business or acquire clients or or whatever it happens to be when they see a The non-business side of you in some interests like you said it helps with the no like entrust factor because well you know. I can relate to talk to Michael or to John Because you know they posted something about going to this particular destination. And that's the destination that I'd like to go l.. Wow and they're sharing some tips on where to stay. And and here's some images that they want to go there so it's it again I it it humanizes uses the the experience. And I think that goes a long way and and Really again strengthening your brand. And 'cause we think Coca Cola unwarlike okay. We'll who who do we know that. Is You know working at Coca Cola now disclaimer. I know the former CIO of coca-cola. Cy I can't I can't use that as a good example. Like hijacking case you're listening Hope everything's well Jack up but it but another situation I don't know but you know someone get some materials from email and asset coca. You're listening to John. He's been some things and joined some great stuff stuff In this in this arena so again it just it just makes it a better experience when you're interacting with people and I think the millennials have it right to to want and expect something besides just the strong marketing push absolutely. Where do you see email email going? I know this is a loaded question but with with social media because he think about it you know social media as a whole has been around for a bit but I think in rapid usage of it has been less than a decade. But or maybe you're out a decade because remember my facebook facebook account being in a little bit older than that but as far as massive usage on it you know within the last ten years. It's really spiked. So you know you go back twenty years maybe not so much so I'd be curious to see where you think. E mail is going to see any trends on where It could be shifting from how we're using it today to what it'll be used like in the next. You know couple decades great question so so emails super. It's super buses. I think it's turned forty. Not Too long ago And I don't see email going away and here's why there's been a lot of talk about kate emails dinosaur steak but if you think about it you know the social media platforms Sunday. Ask People's says hey. Did you know that like who the largest center of email is on a daily basis and people will guess. Hey it's these brands. It's actually facebook. facebook sends more emails on a daily basis than anyone else in the world and the reason being is get get these emails than hey this person posted on your wall so what it's doing is using email to drive people back to their social platforms in even talk about slack sued in the workplace. Like Yeah Slack has its place like slack is amazing. Use it here. But then we also use email like quite extensively obviously But several other companies because there is a need for an. I don't see email going away anytime soon. I think it's actually getting more powerful. It's actually getting better now with the back end. Technology change no like how we send email no but the way that we interact with markers personalized you talk about personalization issue talk about dynamic content. You talking about all these things about targeting the message to the individual subscriber. I think that will change. I think it will will get away from. You'll still have these broad campaigns but you'll start to see companies leverage more of that targeted emails specifically to you. Michael her mean Eh. Like saying okay. You're in Denver or you're in Canada hit it's cold out. You need a jacket right versus. Hey John it's December. You need a parachutists Chin get hold of that versus that broad type of stuff. We're I think it's going to challenge. I think the biggest challenge eh marketers will have is when you talk about you know Europe and Canada that can spam laws. GDP came out where it's on the European Union about how how we protect our subscribers personal information. I think in California's actually going to get. I think the end of this year they're going to be put into law. They're kind of version of GDP are so. I think the challenges with email for martyrs will be like hey how do we maintain the security of RPI and how to we access it. Would we use to leverage it. Who Do we share with? Obviously for doing things right. They shouldn't be doing that anyway. but how Mooney talk about acquisition strategies. How do we acquire new subscribers in you have to have check boxes to specifically opt in versus having a default checked? Act All of these things that we have to think about doing from a legal perspective in a in a compliance perspective than we ever had before. I think it's actually really good thing because I think it's getting back to. Hey this is. We need to protect the data of our customers or subscribers not share but then also make sure that we're doing doing it organically and not go out and buying information in that's always been a pet peeve of mine and you see it all the time where It it boils down to you. See these things where you can buy lists and you can buy followers and like. That's not who I watt. Because they're not gonna be people are going to naturally organically consume my content. Anyway okay. Great so I've got X.. Number era followers on a social media platform or this many subscribers to my email list great but how many of them are actually likely to interact with me or get benefit from the content that I create and I'd much rather have a hundred subscribers that you know really like my content and will will do something with it to help their lives improve versus six thousand. Were five thousand nine. Nine hundred ninety five of them have no interest they somehow they got paid to provide their email. Lists for something and you know they got a coupon or something for something. I don't know but it boils down to. I love the organic thing and I while yes. Some of these email measures can be a little bit that Of a pain to navigate around but most most email systems and providers. Once you know the rules you just implement them and then you're good to go and you mentioned a really good thing about the engagement side of it and a lot of people know when you think about from email. They're like they're. I told much that goes on to. It's not just like hey go you know. Put these pictures together and send it out everything. Great there's so much complexity with email the a lot of people don't really realize when you think about from engagement perspective you think about how much spam emails being sent every single day. And that's why you know g mail and Yahoo. AOL and you know all these Microsoft outlook all these companies have these fan filters try to capture that and and what these bigger companies are starting to do. specically Microsoft and Google is. They're actually tracking. So if you have an email list of five thousand people pulling me send it out. But no one's occasion. No one's opening it. They'll start putting your emails into the spam folder. Because they're saying hey you're sending out people that are not gauged and if you think about going to buy list what you said. That's actually going to hurt the getting the message in front of the people who aren gauge versus those that are not and so I can completely agree with you on that one. I'd rather have a smaller list of highly engaged subscribers because one. I know that they're engaged with open. I know that those people will get it in your inbox in two or three actually is that I'm not paying for them to be on my list. And we think about like the male chimps like these mail service providers. Is they charge you based on how many people subscribers Avenue West. So if you're went out and bought is your pain for people that are non engaged with basically sending it to an inbox were no one's GonNa look at it. In those people are engaged. They might never see it could be gone spam and I think that stuff is so interestingly think about it and it's kind of opposite mindset reliable like no I wanNA huge lists. I WANNA massive list so I get out there in the advertising but actually hurts in the long run it hurts you because people that uh might be highly engaged might never get.

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"thies" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

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12:12 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome back I got John Fees. He's the CO founder and CEO of email on acid hitch on good. Thanks for having me reported the conversation likewise likewise email email on acid. Now I could guess what that means. But I'm guessing it would be better for me to have you explain The name where it came from And some of the great things that That you do with it. Yeah I get that we get that question a lot very unique to the bank or somewhere we take money. I wait a minute this legitimate so no. It's kind of a lot of words and you know my sister and I. My sister's a co-founder. We turn ten ten years old this year and back in the day when we were starting it basically what we do is we show our core product is we show people how their email looks folks on every email client before they send it out is every client will things differently with the g mail got who all at type stuff In there's there's a finality to once he's sent an email. You can't get it back. And so that's kind of our core product sets is we kinda give martyrs a way way for them to see how the remote looks like making any changes adjustments for they. Send it out in kind of what you'd think about. What that is you think about your back in your science stays in chemistry where you had the acid tests where you put some through filters because the end result it's very similar to what we're doing some of the assets were sending email to email client it will display? What it what it what it doesn't and so you Kinda get that end result filters Filter so we kind of took that to Into the count of Our Name we're initially thinking email in acid and then my sister just said Hey I got great idea what email on acid it was perfect because there's kind of a double pun there from sometimes emails. Do look crazy when you send them out if you don't customer whatever so it's kind kind of just. Our personalities came on a great way to go about it because a lot of times people think that their email when they're they're typing it is going to look the same way with what if graphics or images or fonts or anything like that in a lot of things that I do. I've we've got an email list and whatnot and I'm subscribed on it as well in different formats g mail yahoo hotmail and you know another email account and and I purposely to see okay. What does this look like in a when I opened this up in an outlook Clyde or what does it look like on Yahoo? You know is that blocking talking images. What's the images? Look like you know what. How does it look from a visual appealing aspect of it because if you don't know Bat You could be sending out some stuff. That doesn't look good and people are just discarding it or they're you know. They may not even take that extra step on subscribe. They're just not gonNA look at. It is so whole reason to send out a message to get some type of a response to provide information. And if if you're missing the boat on on the appearance thing alone You're not you're not hitting your targets the way that you'd want you know I couldn't agree more and if you think about about two from a brand perspective you know say like how like some of these brands. Let's say Coca Cola have really strict branding guidelines and what they do and and how the represented how people interpret the red and the white miss things that other things they do if they sent on email. That doesn't that the red is comes comes across the different color that could have you know implications on their on their brand and how people are interpreting because people as you know from Marketing Perspective Perspective and as consumers we get used to brand we get that consistency and we learned to expect that from our brand. If it's not very actually right. They'll delete it. They'll even unsubscribe I potentially in that could cause a lot of damage given the are alive. The best that enough apply for an organization. A lot of people. Don't think that the branding and the consistency is a big deal. But it's crucial you know I think of us coca-cola's an example. You know the red and the white that the US anybody can say okay. It's red and white. But if they changed that tone of read a little bit believe me we would notice it. It would catch your eye in something like wait a minute. What is this? Is it a knockoff. In always the generic brand of coca-cola what what's going on or or even going back to the mid eighties when they did that. New Coq experiment. That was that went over well But at the end of the day it's Ah when people know it expect something it's not delivered consistently it. It throws things off and it can really impact impact the reach of your brand and your business because as we know today. Getting the attention of consumers is a lot more challenging than it used to be and even with the advent of social media where you can access so many more people it. Their attention span is getting shorter and shorter. So you need to make sure you have something that catches their eye immediately and I couldn't disagree more and actually there's a there's a topic but we've been talking about. It's kind of like you know markers in the exactly say there's more and more content can't be made there's more and more companies. There's more advertising in so how do you keep a brand image and we talk talk about these cognitive shortcuts cognitive biases that people. Humans make because there's so many distractions around that we make these decisions incisions that we don't even realize we're making it when you talk about the coke if you go to the grocery store in it's not read you're looking for the red white it's all your Keno Changer. Jersey different colored. You're not they might miss out on people for the same thing goes with you know email and all this other type of stuff is really interesting when you start thinking about kind of the the mental biases and all these type stuff that we have in these shortcuts that we take and then how important is from even from anything from advertising is into web pages email any type of market channel or any type of interaction that consistency is absolutely key clients. You work with Okay and we WANNA make sure that our emails have a greater likelihood of being seen and and and actually have people bowl act on them. You know what are some common things you see people doing That are limiting Their success rates when it gets to tails being positively received in looked at and acted upon while. I think there's a couple things rights when he talked about the design the design of an email if he gets a lot of people tend to try to cram too much into Man We have to get all this information in there in. It's it's really kind of hard to consume and just like the way we just talked about like our attention. Spans are shortening and I see a lot of people trying to put too much into it verses in the not using white space around the elements around the parrot buds actions breathe and kind of draw that that focus. I think that's a big one. I think another really big one that that I'm really kind of trying to educate the the industry of the community about is come. Accessibility sandpoint is really thinking about those as some type of visual impairment or needing some type of assistive device to read the email. It's a massive amount of the population collation lake. It's round three hundred and thirty million people worldwide have some Permanent and put them perspective is three hundred twenty five million people in the United United States. So if you're not thinking about it you're missing out on a big population said I'm talking about like contrast ratio like what's the the difference between the color difference between the foreground color. The Texan in the background color. And if they're too close those as some type of color blindness or visual impairment permanent might not be able to pick that up and so I think that's that's a big pink too so I think really those are really big thing that people try to send too much email night light leveraging the white space and not not be mindful of of the accessibility sided and when they talk about excessively to. It's not necessarily always a a permanent Beat emperor I remember when I was a kid. My Dad was fine. Saw slid into third base in brokos thumbs. So that happened to him today. Hey how would he interact with the world around without your thumbs. Like how would you use a mobile device like. How would you integrate with computer? Maybe a lot more difficult than May. That'd be times where he might need us some type of accessibility to engage with. He might be your highest engaged subscriber and will he stay engaged during that process like during his healing process. Accessibility is a huge huge thing. And I know in in Canada where I'm based. They're really pushing for that on on on websites and other things and I know I know I have received emails that there wasn't much white space base and you would scroll and Scroll and Scroll and Scroll and Scroll and you'd you'd forget it and bring out a journey you know they're trying to you up date you on something and it just went on and on and on and on and on and you're going okay you just lose interest because like. I don't have time to decipher this. Even even if it's content that I drop everything an I consume the entire email when I get it which is very rare her to be quite honest to those that email me I quickly skim it. I think Teacher that I had an eleventh grade that I didn't like a thirty minute session on speed reading so I picked up a couple of things I can. I can skim things and not miss too much. So that's oftentimes what I do when when it comes to this but there are some that you can literally look on your browser if you're looking at through a web browser and you see the scroll button and it's a sliver you're like oh boy oy this one. This one's GonNa take it's GONNA take a couple of months to get through I'll I'll I'll take this in doses. You know kind of like reading a huge novel vollers. Something's Allocate about an hour to this and then I'll come back to within all read it again So it's concise is where it's at and and if that means you need to send sixty miles on that subject instead of one You know what your build it up. It's like a movie or television. Show well you know. Build up the anticipation what you're going to talk about next. And as long as you're engaging with your audience that way it makes a big difference and I love the analogy of the broken thumbs because again if if your content isn't consumable in a variety of different ways It's definitely gonNA limit your impact it s especially for those that could be you know just a rabid fan but all of a sudden they're unable to consume it for a bit because the only format format you give it to. Them is in a way that they can't consume currently Yup. Absolutely I think that's what digital any type of thing you don't know the The perception that people are going how they're going to interpret what you're sending and what what you're doing that that could be landing pages like you said landing pages websites it's even digital print. You even go that far not knowing like hey how is gonNA target this with a deficiency of some sort.

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"thies" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

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15:35 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"That you've mentioned to the journey and I think one Cruel thing that I've been starting to see Brands Zoo's taking their subscribers on a journey not putting all at one but building up to it in naked limb be excited about the next email save does continue that journey that they started me on and you give them a little tidbits Kiesel things like the keep them engaged that way for a longer period of time versus one email that builds a ton of loyalty ton of Lake followers on A. What message are trying to say if it's a story or whatever Really engaged in showing on sending them bite sized pieces An giving them those little carrots. Keep come along. I think is is what we're starting to see. Now in how brands are starting to emerge from US bombardment of content on the on the Internet APPs and all that type of stuff. It's one of the things that I've done over time to sues just being consistent with what I talk about so the Senate hard left or hard right now. That doesn't mean that I don't post something somewhere that might be outside of what I normally talk about. But I keep it to a minimum and it's usually done whether it's a timely timely topic or just a comment on on something Or San Diego Comic Con recently. So I there's a bunch of pictures I I haven't posted yet on on some social media channels. I might I might not. It's my my my brand. It really isn't along those lines minds but it's one of those things for like thrilled that I was able to get to go and so it. It was a situation where I thought rocket post all this stuff but then I look at the other images like an instagram. For example you know scrolling through okay. There might be a reference to Batman here and there but everything also pretty much on on leadership self-care burnout boundaries. All this kind of stuff does like okay and all of a sudden. Here's the bat mobile and I. It shows Salaam human and I'm not a one trick pony but again it's what are you using your platform for and I think. oftentimes I see this all all the time with business people a- follow as you know they've they've got their content that they share but then they share a lot more other stuff. That is kind. Kind of not in alignment with what what they do and it it confuses people and a good colleague of mine likes to say confusion repels and clarity attracts. And when you're branding I think that's a crucial crucial reminder for people you'll be clear on what your your product or service in your marketing and branding about and be consistent with it because over time you build up. Everyone's GonNa know okay. This is this is is an email from John's group. Okay here's here's what's going on with us and the they're familiar with it and you don't have to Keep throwing curveballs Adam. All the time changing everything up because then they'll constantly going. What format is GonNa be today? Yup I disagree more sorry. I couldn't agree more so sorry about that. I completely agree with with what you're saying there about consistency and all that stuff and like how now I will say though. Oh on a on a personal perspective. People do like to build that personal connection with those the companies or brands or whatever they're following So I think throwing in a little bit of that is probably good but not overwhelming because then it's like Kazan your rights and it's like showing mix exodus by little tidbits here and they're talking talking about your interests in like kind of your personal. I think people really start to especially the millennials the younger generation Roy like to have that sense of connection with that brand or the company or whoever it is they're following on this yes I and that's what I do. You know when I think of something that I could post. says Assis- Too Far out as far as what I talk about but it again it it humanizes things. And when you're using a social media as a mechanism to generate business or acquire clients or or whatever it happens to be when they see a The non-business side of you in some interests like you said it helps with the no like entrust factor because well you know. I can relate to talk to Michael or to John Because you know they posted something about going to this particular destination. And that's the destination that I'd like to go l.. Wow and they're sharing some tips on where to stay. And and here's some images that they want to go there so it's it again I it it humanizes uses the the experience. And I think that goes a long way and and Really again strengthening your brand. And because we think coca-cola unwarlike okay. We'll who who do we know that. Is You know working at Coca Cola now disclaimer. I know the former CIO of coca-cola. Cy I can't I can't use that as a good example. Like hijacking case you're listening Hope everything's well Jack up but it but another situation I don't know but you know someone get some materials from email and asset coca. You're listening to John. He's been in some things and doing some great stuff stuff In this in this arena so again it just it just makes it a better experience when you're at acting with people and I think the millennials have it right to to want and expect something besides just the strong marketing push absolutely. Where do you see email email going? I know this is a loaded question but with with social media because he think about it you know social media as a whole has been around for a bit but I think in rapid usage of it has been less than a decade. But or maybe you're out a decade because remember my facebook facebook account being in a little bit older than that but as far as massive usage on it you know within the last ten years. It's really spiked. So you know you go back twenty years maybe not so much so I'd be curious to see where you think. E mail is going to see any trends on where It could be shifting from how we're using it today to what it'll be used like in the next. You know couple decades great question so so emails super. It's super buses. I think it's turned forty nine two long ago And I don't see email going away and here's why there's been a lot of talk about kate emails dinosaur steak but if you think about it you know the social media platforms Sunday. Ask People's says hey. Did you know that like who the largest center of email is on a daily basis and people will guess. Hey it's these brands. It's actually facebook. facebook sends more emails on a daily basis than anyone else in the world and the reason being is get get these emails than hey this person posted on your wall so what it's doing is using email to drive people back to their social platforms in even talk about slack sued in the workplace. Like yeah slack. Has Its place like slack is amazing music here but then we also use email like a quite extensively obviously but several other companies because there is a need for an. I don't see email going away anytime soon. I think it's actually getting more powerful. It's actually getting better now with the back end. Technology change no like how we send email no but the way that we interact with markers personalized you talk about personalization issue talk about dynamic content. You talking about all these things about targeting the message to the individual subscriber. I think that will change. I think it will will get away from. You'll still have these broad campaigns but you'll start to see companies leverage more of that targeted email specifically to you. Michael her mean Eh. Like saying okay. You're in Denver or you're in Canada hit it's cold out. You need a jacket right versus. Hey John it's December. You need a parachutists Chin get hold of that versus that broad type of stuff. We're I think it's going to challenge. I think the biggest challenge eh markers will have is when you talk about. You Know Europe and Canada that can spam laws. GDP came out where it's on the European Union about how how we protect our subscribers personal information. I think in California's actually going to get. I think the end of this year they're going to be put into law they're kind of version of GDP are so. I think the challenges with email for martyrs will be like hey how do we maintain the security of RPI and how to we access it. Would we use to leverage it. Who Shirt was obviously for doing things right? They shouldn't be doing that anyway. but how Mooney talk about acquisition strategies. How do we acquire new subscribers in you have to have check boxes to specifically opt in versus having a default checked? Act All these things that we have to think about doing from a legal perspective in a in a compliance perspective than we ever had before. I think it's actually really good thing because I think it's getting back to. Hey this is. We need to protect the data of our customers or subscribers not share it but then also make sure that we're doing doing it organically and not go out and buying information in that's always been a pet peeve of mine and you see it all the time where It it boils down to you. See these things where you can buy lists and you can buy followers and like. That's not who I watt. Because they're not gonna be people are going to naturally organically consume my content. Anyway okay. Great so I've got X.. Number era followers on a social media platform or this many subscribers to my email list great but how many of them are actually likely to interact with me or get benefit from the content that I create and I'd much rather have a hundred subscribers that you know really like my content and will will do something with it to help their lives improve versus six thousand. Were five thousand nine. Nine hundred ninety five of them have no interest they somehow they got paid to provide their email. Lists for something and you know they got a coupon or something for something. I don't know but it boils down to. I love the organic thing and I while yes. Some of these email measures can be a little bit that Of a pain to navigate around but most most email systems and providers. Once you know the rules you just implement them and and then you're good to go and you mentioned a really good thing about the engagement side of it and a lot of people know when you think about from email. They're like they're. I told much that goes on to. It's not just like hey go you know. Put these pictures together and send it out everything. Great there's so much complexity with email the a lot of people don't really realize when you think about from engagement perspective when you think about how much spam emails being sent every single day and that's why you know g mail and Yahoo..

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"thies" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

12:27 min | 1 year ago

"thies" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Make the choice. Here's your host leverage Welcome back I got John Fees. He's the CO founder and CEO of email on acid. Hitch on a good. Thanks for having me reported the conversation likewise likewise email email on acid. Now I could guess what that means. But I'm guessing it would be better for me to have you explain The name where it came from And some of the great things that That you do with it. Yeah I get that we get that question a lot very unique to the bank or somewhere we take money. I wait a minute this legitimate so no. It's kind of a lot of words and you know my sister and I. My sister's a co-founder. We turn ten ten years old this year and back in the day when we're starting it basically what we do is we show our core product. Is we show people how their email looks folks on every email client before they send it out is every client will things differently with the g mail got who all at type stuff In there's there's a finality to once he's sent an email. You can't get it back. And so that's kind of our core product sets is we kinda give martyrs a way way for them to see how the remote looks like making any changes adjustments for they. Send it out in kind of what you'd think about. What that is you think about your back in your science stays in chemistry where you had the acid tests where you put some through filters because the end result it's very similar to what we're doing some of the assets were sending email to email client it will display? What it what it what it doesn't and so you Kinda get that end result filters Filters so we kind of took that to Into the count of Our Name we're initially thinking email in acid and then my sister just said Hey I got great idea what email on acid it was perfect. Because there's kind of a double pun. There you know from sometimes emails do look crazy when you send them out if you don't test Whatever kind kind of just personality once a great way to go about it because a lot of times people think that their email when they're they're typing it is going to look the same way with what if graphics or images or fonts or anything like that in a lot of things that I do? I've we've got an email list and whatnot and I'm subscribed on it as well in different formats g mail yahoo hotmail and you know another email account and and I purposely to see okay. What does this look like in a when I opened this up in an outlook Clyde or what does it look like on Yahoo? You know is that blocking talking images. What's the images? Look like you know what. How does it look from a visual appealing aspect of it because if you don't know Bat You could be sending out some stuff. That doesn't look good and people are just discarding it or they're you know. They may not even take that extra. Step down subscribe. They're just not gonNA look at. It is so whole reason to send out a message to get some type of a response to provide information. And if if you're missing the boat on on the appearance thing alone You're not you're not hitting your targets the way that you'd want you know I couldn't agree more and if you think about about two from a brand perspective you know say like how like some of these brands. Let's say Coca Cola have really strict branding guidelines and what they do and and how the represented how people interpret you know the red and the white and there's certain things that other things they do if they sent on email. That doesn't that the red is comes comes across the different color that could have implications on their on their brand and how people are interpreting because people as you know from Marketing Perspective Perspective and as consumers we get used to brand we get that consistency and we learned to expect that from our brand. If it's not very actually right. They'll delete it. They'll even unsubscribe I potentially could cause a lot of damage given the are alive. The best that enough apply for an organization a lot of people. Don't think that the branding and the consistency is a big deal. But it's crucial think of us coca-cola's an example. You know the red and the white that the US anybody can say okay. It's red and white. But if they changed that tone of read a little bit believe me we would notice it. It would catch your eye in something like wait a minute. What is this? Is it a knockoff. In always the generic brand of coca-cola what what's going on or or even going back to the mid eighties when they did that. New Coq experiment. That was that went over well But at the end of the day. It's Ah when people know it. Expect something it's it's not delivered consistently it it throws things off and it can really impact impact the reach of your brand and your business because as we know today getting the attention of consumers is a lot more challenging than it used to be and even with the advent of social media where you can access so many more people it. Their attention span is getting shorter and shorter. So you need to make sure you have something that catches their eye immediately and I couldn't disagree more and actually there's a there's a topic but we've been talking about. It's kind of like you know markers in the exactly say there's more and more content can't be made there's more and more companies. There's more advertising in. So how do you keep a brand image and we talk talk about these cognitive shortcuts cognitive biases that people. Humans make. Because there's so many distractions around that we make these decisions assist that we don't even realize we're making it when you talk about the coke if you go to the grocery store in it's not read you're looking for the red white it's all your Keno Changer. Jersey different colored. You're not they might miss out on people for the same thing goes with you know email and all this other type of stuff is really interesting when you start thinking about kind of the the mental biases and all these type stuff that we have in these shortcuts that we take and then how important is from even from anything from advertising is into web pages email any type of market channel or any type of interaction that consistency is absolutely key clients. You work with Okay and we WANNA make sure that our emails have a greater likelihood of being seen and and and actually have people bowl act on them. You know what are some common things you see people doing That are limiting Their success rates when it gets to tails being positively received in looked at and acted upon. Well I think there's a couple things rights when he talked about the design the design of an email if he gets a lot of people tend to try to cram too much into Man We have to get all this information in there in. It's it's really kind of hard to consume and just like the way we just talked about like our attention. Spans are shortening and I see a lot of people trying to put too much into it verses in the not using white space around the elements around the parrot buds actions that the breathe and kind of draw that that focus. I think that's a big one. I think another really big one that that I'm really kind of trying to educate the the industry of the community about is come. Accessibility sandpoint is really thinking about those as some type of visual impairment or needing some type of assistive device to read the email. It's a massive amount of the population collation lake. It's round three hundred and thirty million people worldwide have some Permanent and put them perspective is three hundred twenty five million people in the United United States. So if you're not thinking about it you're essentially missing out on a big population said I'm talking about like contrast ratio like what's the the difference between the color difference between the foreground color. The Texan in the background color. And if they're too close those as some type of color blindness or visual impairment permanent might not be able to pick that up and so I think that's that's a big pink too so I think really those are really big thing that people try to send too much email night light leveraging the white space and not not be mindful of of the accessibility sided and when they talk about excessively to. It's not necessarily always a a permanent Beat emperor I remember when I was a kid. My Dad was fine saw slid into third base brokos thumbs so that happened to him today. Hey how would he interact with the world around without your thumbs. Like how would you use a mobile device like. How would you integrate with computer? Maybe a lot more difficult as it may. That'd be times where he might need us some type of accessibility to engage with. He might be your highest engaged subscriber and will he stay engaged during that process like during his healing process. Accessibility is a huge huge thing. And I know in in Canada where I'm based. They're really pushing for that on on on websites and other things and I know I know I have received emails that there wasn't much white space base and you would scroll and Scroll and Scroll and Scroll and Scroll and you'd you'd forget it and bring out a journey you know they're trying to you up date you on something and it just went on and on and on and on and on and you're going okay you just lose interest because like. I don't have time to decipher this. Even even if it's content that I you I drop everything an I consume the entire email when I get it. which is very rare are to be quite honest to those that email me? I quickly skim it. I think teacher that I had an eleventh grade that I didn't like a thirty minute session on speed reading so I picked up a couple of things I can. I can skim things and not miss too much. So that's oftentimes what I do when when it comes to this but there are some that you can literally look on your browser if you're looking at through a web browser and you see the scroll button and it's a sliver you're like oh boy oy this one. This one's GonNa take it's GONNA take a couple of months to get through. I think I'll I'll take this in doses. You know kind of like reading a huge novel vollers. Something's Allocate about an hour to this. And then I'll come back to within all read it again So it's concise is where it's at and and if that means you need to send sixty miles on that subject instead of one You know what your build it up. It's like a movie or television. Show well you know. Build up the anticipation what you're going to talk about next and as long as you're engaging with your audience that way it makes a big difference and I love the analogy of the broken thumbs just because again if if your content isn't consumable in a variety of different ways It's definitely gonNA limit your impact. Ah especially for those that could be. You know just a rabid fan but all of a sudden they're unable to consume it for a bit because the only format format you give it to them is in a way that they can't consume currently yup absolutely. I think that's what digital any type of thing you don't know the The perception that people are going how they're going to interpret what you're sending and what what you're doing that could be landing pages like you said landing pages websites it's even digital print. You even go that far not knowing like hey how is gonNA target this with a deficiency of some sort a disabled man and another thing. I wanted to touch base..

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