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"thought co." Discussed on Movie Crush
"Hey everybody and welcome to movie crush. Friday interview addition live in. Everybody is the first time. I've actually met with the guest face to face since Boy i'm trying to remember who the last person even was. I have to go back in the old calendar but it was some time in probably february or march twenty twenty but Today i had a great opportunity to sit down and talk to todd garner Todd is a name you may not know but if you start looking at his imdb page. You will be a little intimidated because todd is movie producer in. He has his fingerprints on a lot of big movies. He was the Think co president of production at disney for ten years and Just a freelance producer for many many years. I think after that and before that he's been doing it for a couple of decades movies like thirteen going on thirty and triple x. and the the mall cops series which we have a fun little talk about and Boy you know once we kind of got into the discussion realize just how many movies todd has worked on. It's great and we had never met before but he was in town working on a movie. He is stuff you should know. End movie crush listener and he reached out just to say hi and i said let's get you in. The studio turns out is a great guy and he picked a great movie. One of my favorite all-time comedies The movie from nineteen eighty-one. Starring dudley moore and mayes manila and sir john gielgud arthur. Such a great film and we really had a great talk about it so Without any further delay here we go with the super bowl super. Nice my new powell. Todd garner on arthur them sitting here in person for the first time in sixteen.
"thought co." Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Got stuck in the Pirates of the Caribbean ride specifically the jail cell when he climbed up in it, too. Impresses kids from Adam Filbert, a poor Russian guy who got stuck on a Chinese TV show where they were creating the next Big Boys band. And he desperately tried to get out of that, or from Helen Hung, a man who got stuck in his mummy sleeping bag in the wilds of Colorado on Lee to be rescued by some ravenous chipmunks, which is the real story of a desperate escape. In the week's news. I think it's the second one. Peter. All right. So you've chosen Adam's story of the poor Russian guy who got trapped in the Chinese reality TV show. Well, to bring you the real story. We spoke to the reporter who brought this to our attention, Even as he begged them to vote him off. They kept keeping him in on the show, passing him on to the next round. That was table Armas. He's a reporter for the Washington Post, who wrote about the poor Russian guys stuck on the Chinese reality show. Congratulations, Kelly. You got it right. You've won our prize. And you wanna point for Adam. Thank you so much for playing. Thank you. It's been great. Thank you so much. Kelly, Take care. Bye. Bye bye. And now the game where people who have paid their dues join us to get some of the benefits of membership. Tariq Trotter, also known as Black thought co founded the band. The Roots, which has put up dozens of albums collaborated with Justus. Many superstar musicians, and for the last decade or so has been the House band for the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Now the one thing missing from that resume classic works of modern drama. So his next gig is acting in an online production of waiting for good. Oh, he joins us now to wreak Trotter. Welcome to wait, Wait. Don't tell me Hey, thanks way are absolutely delighted. Heard.
Software is eating the world, and it could eat your business
"Its mark on this year's 50 companies to watch announced in the latest issue of Bloomberg Business Week, the year head Ah guided 2021 1 company on the list. Cloud communications platform TWILIO, having gained over $40 billion in market value since January of last year, with high profile customers like Nike Lift and the American Red Cross. Giulio, co founder and CEO Jeff Lawson is hoping to teach other businesses in Silicon Valley. How to navigate digital competition by embracing the role of software in his new book, Ask your Developer. Jeff joins us Now, Jeff, the pandemic has been a reckoning for a lot of companies. And you think Cos who could get software right? Win those who can't Will become obsolete. What do you mean? I think the pandemic made even more apparent a trend that was already happening 15 years ago, Mark Andriessen said. Software is eating the world and now here we are the companies that are able to delight their customers in digital using Phone, APS and mobile app send the Web like those of the company's when we do business with them when they do really well when they build great software that differentiates themselves in the eyes of their customers. Those of the companies that are winning the heart, the minds and the wallets of customers, and those aren't just start ups. It's every industry that is getting challenged. The power of software to upgrade itself and to build these better customer experiences and the companies who unleashed their technical talent. There's software developers. Those of the companies were actually able to do a great job of it, and it's sort of interesting. I've talked to so many business executives through the years and they always seem like it. Z magically don't really know how developers work, how they think there's this divide. They don't really know what goes on over there in the in the technical land and as a CEO myself, also software developer coming out. 1 ft in each world, and I thought I've got this unique perspective to help business executives understand what their saw software developers are doing help with how they think how they work toe ultimately build a bridge. Achieve the common goal, which is to build amazing digital products and digital experiences that delight customers that have millions or billions of customers and that ultimately make the company money because that's what everybody wants to do.
"thought co." Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"To life that day. There must have been some magic him that old still captive by Are when they placed it on his head. He began to dancer. The snowman was allies is he could be on the Children say you could laughing played just the same night. Frosty the Snowman knew the sun was hot that day, so I said, Let's run them. We'll have fun before I melt away. So down to the village with a broom, stick it in his hand. Running here in there all around the square saying me and you can t let them down the streets of town like to the traffic cop. The only pause the moment when he heard him. Holler stop for frosty the snowman had to hurry on his way. Buddy waves advising. Don't you cry? I'll be back again someday Doctor from cos I'm going to look across ego. Don't think Cos from over the hills so Oh, We can't have her looking batches and batches of Christmas cookies and eating the broken ones. 97.1 wash up them. Hey. I'm gonna hold your next one. Hold it one day. Go on me. Your mother. Whatever gets me, not me. And this Can you do another believe them? One day everything shaped Giovanni. What could help you take advantage of today's low mortgage rates.
"thought co." Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"Goodness truth. That the final thing that you'll often. Find. On although not often very good literatures those who talk about mystical contemplation emblem Balthasar going talk about that in his work here but he kind of presumes mystical racism prayer. Almost through his whole treatise. If if you wanted to, it's the I'm using a more Carmelite to mystic language to talk about to try to describe what he's doing in this book. But what often happens though in the discussions on mystical contemplation? Is The graces that are discussed about appear to be to readers. So. And lofty and beyond the scope of normal Christian experience that it either discourage his people or it mystifies them or these can't relate from Baltasar. What he wants to do in this book Christian Meditation is not put the emphasis on the heights mystical contemplation or what you can achieve by -quired required forms of contemplation recollection. Neither is he's going put the emphasis on on the efforts to select what you're going meditate on and techniques for understanding with your reason with the book is actually saying you might think about Mortimer Adler Book how to read a book he's not when tell you how to read a book he's going to be relentless on all the way through this tax especially in the second part is how do you avail your soul? So that, you can be more attentive to the Lord. Who is holy attentive to you and he's relentless on this point, and that's why this section is so important. That attentiveness key isn't it? Yeah I think that as we get into the the beauty of Christian prayer. Key to understanding Foam Balthasar teaching on Christian Meditation is that you're dealing with something relational interpersonal an encounter between myself. And the word of the father. And In this encounter. What's most important? Is. To understand. What's going on in the mind and heart of Jesus just like when I'm talking to somebody. I struggled to understand their words. So that I can understand better with what's going on in their mind and heart. and Jesus is coming to you. In prayer. He is not there to manipulate you or put you down and the N.. He's not playing a game with you. He's come to you because he wants you to understand him. And he wants you to understand him because when you understand him, you understand the father. Jesus is the word of the father and as the word of the father he aches he yearns he desires that we might know the father as he knows the father. and. So this is the starting place. And the place of emphasis for Foam Baldassare, in his text, he wants us to be aware of the personal presence of Jesus. There was a bishop at told this story before but Bishop Anthony Bloom in his conversion experience he wanted to disprove Christianity And he made kind of a resolution that he was going to read the gospel of Mark write a manifesto. Proving Christianity. In the claims that are in the gospel of mark because they must be totally ludicrous. He he believed and after writing the manifesto, he was going to take his life and he was a a young man probably in his early twenties or so in Paris his family had been totally disrupted after the Bolshevik revolution. And there was all this uncertainty in angst and and he was angry with God. So angry, he refused to believe in God anymore. So he pulls out the Gospel Marquis Begins Reading The Gospel of Mark. and. While he's reading the gospel of Mark, he notices in the room there is a personal presence there. The personal presence is not condemning the personal presence is not chiding or putting him down in any way it's just gently there with him. He made an association between that personal presence with the Jesus, the Jesus whom he was reading in the Gospel. and. So he began to address this personal presence. And as he addressed this presence, the presence began to respond to him little by little and he said, he said, and that's when I began to pray I started in a conversation with his presence who is Jesus and the conversation has never stopped, and so what happened he went from being an atheist to being a medical doctor during World War? Two. While he was a medical doctor working for the resistance in France, he also studied to be a priest in the Orthodox Russian Orthodox Church and eventually became the Russian Orthodox Patriarch of Paris and then eventually an a went to Oxford and taught in Oxford at the very end of his career. And he wrote many many books on prayer and those books a throughout my life has been very helpful for me because they're the product of a genuine conversation with Lord. He's Orthodox. He's not Catholic I when I first started reading him, I didn't even know what worth docks he was only knew. Just assumed to all bishops were Catholic and I was so impressed with his ability to quote the scriptures that also talk about Jesus, in a personal way in a warm way. And so he opened up from me the Treasury of Catholic prayer. Will. Just like. Anthony Bloom was doing that in the Russian Orthodox Church there were a group of people like Hans from Balthasar who were trying to do this in the Catholic Church to help us rediscover this conversation with the Lord in fact. The ancient benedict teens, they're three great vows that they they take. One of them is the foul of Congress Thought Co more room. Converse shots, he'll more room. The Is what it sounds like Congress sought CEO sounds like conversation. Some people translated to mean conversion. And it does mean that. But the kind of conversion that happens in a conversation or a dialogue in an exchange, an exchange of hearts as you exchange your heart with the Lord something happens to your whole manner of life. And more room means manner of life your praise your orthodoxy should impact the way you live your Ortho practice what you do, and as you enter into conversation with the Lord, your whole being is quick dialogue with him things in your life going to change, and this is what from Baldassare wants to have happened for you, and so that's always going to emphasize this relational this personal, this conversational aspect of of.
"thought co." Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"We, of course have the three books right we. We begin with the inferno with eventually in book three. Wind up in paradise, but to get there. Dante and Virgil have to scale the mount of Purgatorio. The earthly purgatory so this is a mountain that is. That extends from Earth to the Threshold of Heaven and at the very top of the mountain at the very peak. That's where the earthly paradise is located, the Eden of of the Old Testament and Christian traditions. Okay, so this does. This makes more sense also, if you know something about like Medieval, Catholic theology right, which which had this belief in the idea of purgatory where it wasn't hell, you know you weren't condemned there forever, but you were basically good. Christian, but you did some sins that were not atoned for in. So you have to go to purgatory before you can get to heaven right, so you spend some time there in. You know. It's not hell, but it's not nice. It's not pleasant. and. You're stuck there until you essentially serve out your sentence, your purified of your sin, and then you can be admitted into heaven, right? It is a literary symbolic representation of penitent Christian life. Again no one holds that the amount of purgatory is a real place. It Very Much A. Part of literature here. But does service kind of a nice example of some of the same ideas of of mythological holy mountain, well one thing I do like about the idea of of Holy Mountains including purgatory, actually the amount of purgatory is that they do seem like an indication of older versions of religion that were more that could be situated on earth, because the lots of parts of earth. We didn't know about right. You know so like. Could say well. Yes, you can enter hell through a cave here and you go down then you can go up the mountain of purgatory, and that's over here, and that would be okay because you know. There's lots of the earth that he didn't know what was there. You could just assume it's somewhere undiscovered. Yeah! Now they're of course, plenty of actual mountains that are considered sacred, either by association with a Mythical World Mountain you see that from time to time where there's a mythological mountain in. Nearby mountain becomes associated with the same ideas through traditions, and then if we if we as we have explored in past episodes, there's also the added dimensions. Various Pyramids ziggurats that have been constructed as sort of artificial mountain, allowing the people who built them to participate in Mountain Top sacred rites and observances in some cases in regions where such peaks are are not readily available well. Yeah, and just like in the case. Say like in Mount Kailash where it is believed. Believed that Lord Shiva and part of our dwell on top of the mountain. The Ziggurat I think is interpreted by many modern scholars to have been thought to be a home of the gods by the people who use them so like. Maybe the priests would go up there and do some kind of right, but it was also believed that the God would come down and like sleep. The night on the top of the Ziggurat may made even live there for some period. Absolutely and another quick thing I want to mention in looking at various mountainous I noticed that you know primordial beings for mountains out of the soil, or as we mentioned earlier, they their bodies, or the bodies of. Loved ones become the mountains and you know. It's it's easy to sort of take the formation of mountains for granted with even just sort of. You know a casual. Understanding, say tectonics and so forth daily basically. A surface level understanding of geology, but imagine trying to understand what mountain was. If you really had no idea about any of these things I mean unless you. Were witnessed to volcanic eruption are there there are. Mountain formation processes that are going to be readily observable, and so it makes as much sense of anything to turn to some of these these these these purely mythological and cosmic explanations for why they're there well, you can get even weirder with it. I mean one of my favorite examples is the coolest place I've ever been the Mount Stephen Trial by beds up in Britain Mount, Stephen, British Columbia which is part of the Burgess Shale formation that I went to a couple of years ago and so you try to imagine that not having a any kind of scientific understanding you go. Go up a mountain, and then up near the top, there's just like a cliff where pieces of of Rocker shearing off, and got the imprint of strange undersea monsters on them, and it's like you. You'd have no idea of figuring out how so this once was sedimentary rock at the bottom of an ocean, and it has been pushed up and made into a mountain over hundreds of millions of years. Yeah, even knowing the geologic geological processes in in in place here it's still amazing to behold, and well beyond the scope of a human lifetime, and and really sort of natural human perception absolutely. So Ran Through some more examples here, holy mounds it. Kinda give nice overview of some of these different different ideas. I was reading about the Hey Bonday the Navajo creation myth complete with the creation recreation of the sacred mountains across five worlds, so that involves the idea that four other worlds proceeded the one that we live in now, and this is an idea that POPs up various Mesoamerican in native American religions and For the Aztecs Kawata Apac served as the mythical sacred mountain the serpent. In their mythical homeland ascalon, and according to Nicoletta mastery on thought Co. the Great Temple of Tanakh knocked. Dhillon is thought to be a replica of this holy mountain, so another example of recreating the Holy Mountain, an artificial holy mountain created. In the likeness of mythological form. In norse mythology, human bureau is the mountain where the by Frost Connects Asgard and mid guard, and this is home of the God him doll, and then there's also perhaps the less famous nearby org, and this is the hiding place of the mead of poetry. Oh, yeah..
"thought co." Discussed on QuaranTEEN
"Tour that includes hiking and snorkeling may be one new. What IS SIGNIFICANT ARTE? Lami island in comparison to the rest of them will compete estates. Bartolo May island is a volcano islet in the Gut Goose Island Group. It is a volcanic island just off the east coast of Santiago. Our it is one of the younger I guess. Islands in the Glock goes archipelago. This island in Sullivan Bay. On Santiago Bay are named after naturalist and lifelong friend of Charles. Darwin Sir Bartholomew James Sullivan. Who is a lieutenant aboard? H M S Beagle. Which will discuss love more later Let's talk a little bit more about the Bortoli island with a total area. Land area of just one point two square kilometers which is a half square mile island offer some of the most beautiful landscapes in the archipelago. The island consists of an extinct volcano and a variety of Red Orange Green and glistening black volcanic formations Bartolo may has volcanic cone that is easy to climb and provides great views of the other islands are told me is famous for its Pinnacle Rock. Which is the distinctive characteristic of this island and the most representative landmark of the Galapagos? It has to visitor sites at the first one one may snorkel and swim and Snorkel. Around Pinnacle Rock. The underwater world there is really impressive. Snorkellers are underwater with the penguins. Rain Turtles White tipped reach sharks in other tropical fish. The baby is also excellent place to go swimming. The twin bays are separated by a narrow if Smith if Smith Galapagos Penguins are frequently seen in a small cave behind pin corrupt houses a breeding colony seasonally. Bartolo may is the mating and nesting sites of the green turtles with harems. They make use of their gentler beaches. The GALAPAGOS LAVA CACTI COLONIZE. The new lava fields were bedia clearly. Both Bar Tallin me. Islands is their location worth visiting all right so you may be wondering. How long should you stay in the Galapagos? Well you should spend at least five days. In the Galapagos Detour Destination States a naturalist cruise. You see more islands. In a short amount of time afforded crews can be okay. But only if it has a really good wildlife itinerary. Five to six days is perfect if you have limited time but still on a memorable experience seven to eight days very comprehensive and will allow you to experience the diversity of the different islands and landscapes. Nine to fifteen days if you really want to see. The outlook for goes has to offer I of course when I heard like at Galapagos Islands. Oh yes export states the Cuisine resembles that of many central South American coasts coastal nations per particularly Ecuador. Which got US is in Ecuador? It's country the dishes are simple light and fresh combining elements of Ecuadorian highland dishes with meat. Potatoes ingrains along with coastal ingredients. Like yuccas Yucca fish seafood. We look into many restrooms in the paternal Era of curiosity in discovered cruising looks delicious locks of Octopus shrimp are involved to. Hopefully you like fresh seafood. Additionally I explore also discusses prices persons to eat in the Galapagos Islands are very affordable considering the remoteness of the islands. If you stick to native dishes your meals will be the cheapest aspect of the trip. The nicer hotels like Defense Bay Hotel have excellent restaurants. Or you can really squash out for a special meal. What Mexico's island? Special Thought Co Clinton's there are two major factors that have contributed to the unique environment. I'm nick losses in island chain west of Ecuador. One is the island. One island chains extreme isolation from other areas or may go. A variety of species made their way to neglect those islands. Overtime these parent species colonized islands while evolve in particular peculiar charismatic suitable for their environment. Another major factor that makes the Glock goes island. So unique is the area's huge unusual climate the islands straddle the equator making the climate temperate but the current carrying when waters from the chilly. Arctic in more specific cools. The water run islands. These two conditions combine to make ends a breeding ground for some of the world's most interesting economic ecological research punched. Job was probably the favorite part animals in the Galapagos. So a giant tortoises a tortoise thought to be extinct since nineteen ninety-six was recently discovered in January of last year on the island of Fernandina I it sounds like a country or an and Dina. You've named some kid who lives in Virginia. Burn Andy. I'll watch my baby. Her name's Fernandina. This is just one of the fourteen types of giant tortoises that live in the Galapagos region Marine iguanas according to thought code the Islands Marine Lizard is the only existing species of marine lizard on the planet. The theory is that this lizard made its way into the water and find food since it couldn't find out land. The Marine Lizard feeds on Seafood. An has adopted nasal seaweed and has especially adopted nasal glands to filter out the salt from its food which is super cool. That's just not salt in it. Makes his face go white? It's cool can really. Yeah look through their noses awesome More animals than Agok news are flightless cormorant everywhere in the world hormones can fly will everywhere but the Galapagos Islands they dive into water imbalance on land making them a different application to the typical core. Glaucous pins there are they are. The only payments who live north of the equator should the Northern Hemisphere Move footed booby there for half of the population movies in the glove goes so when you go your certitude. Some Bubis top glock goes I steal only endemic mammal on the islands. An endemic means in Oregon native only to particular locality or region. So basically they only lived there. And then there's Darwin's finches these will be very prominent to our story in just a minute but first let's take a short break.
"So you're forums as you probably know from feelings in the gym are used in many exercises things like you'll pull ups you'll rose your dad less and even your bicycles all involve a certain amount of forum strength and if you lock forum strengthen your ability to build shrimp and other pulse your body or also compromised on this is essentially due to the strong forearms are the strong your grit. You have more squeezing force when you have undeveloped a week forearms. These muscles might be the first to tire out when you're doing something like a row and you'll never actually really tax the most of your trying to work. Let you push your train chain on a dead left because you'll forearms give out too quickly so get fit guy. Brock Armstrong caused this. The Weakest Link in the kinetic chain if your forums. And letting you down. And this basically means that when we're doing something like a pull up we're not only engaging the major muscles that we're targeting. Shia back for example put up but you're also including all the muscles involved in the kinetic chain that performs the movement including so in this case your wrist you'll hand your forums you biceps on Soham. See your bike. Mont not only lots my knowledge to be challenged. If you're doing a pull up because your hands your grip fails before the muscles even start to get now reforms on tortuously stubborn and difficult to grow some lucky enough to have been gifted genes that allow for four hundred element some of the not so lucky and we have to use specialized training to build up these areas. As 'cause it's really a case of trading them hard and often some people definitely find that their forums can develop if you're just handling heavy weight and regular basis during exercise in saved not using wrist wraps for example because they getting is sufficient stimulation whilst doing that but with most muscles they can also be trained independent. May if you want to get optimal results. According to David Robson a body building dot com editor given their composition. Ristic Stanzas and risk. Flexes IS W- as well as the longer bracket radiologists the forums. All a pretty complex grouping on each be targeted with that allow for full contraction so in David's experience he's found beneficial to train forearms at the end of biceps training and on their own two days per week before seeing a proper no small results and he found it valuable to talk at the forearms variety of exercises on rep ranges to keep them stimulated and growing and training them frequently and hard. He's actually found the as LEDA upper. Body strength increases as well as the lifting Nashi making a safe transition to a heavier overall weight without the fair the forums. Going TO GIVE OUT MID set. So you're getting ineffective for Training session as leading to a safer more efficient training session for other components as well. So what exercises are recommended while I up training the wrist. Extensive extended enable the Hon to extend backwards they comprised of eight different heads on these muscles. Run the outside line for four such development affectively a number of reverse grit movements needs to be done sir. Thoughts things like Bob L. Reverse risk coils cable reverse curls and Soham now the great Texas is the Pharma's walks to build solid forearms to find anything like a weighted objects will not be kettlebells dumbbells. Even Bob Bell said the blocks tires or about anything else you can get your hand on plates and simply pick up the object assault walking for as long as you can obviously as well ups and Chin ups great exercises. You can even try hiding from a ball. For THIRTY SECONDS. Alm straights. You could do. Dumbbell wrist extensions says Bench holding dumbbell on them without lifting your own of your thoughts co the number as far as you can toward your bicep. I maintain a tight grip throughout this movement. Obviously slowly lowered the dumbbell back to neutral. So there's lots of next is you can't do train your forearms independently into really actually give them the the focus. They might deserve if you are trying to improve your your grip strength so that might sound unnecessary or you feel. You don't need to do them. You'll forums can be trained like any other exercise and they can benefit. You'll pull up shell rose. And you're dead lifts by by improving your your squeezing power and if like my friend do grip is less than you down than definitely. Give it a try
Google Cleans Coronavirus Misinformation on Search, YouTube
"All those results coming back in an age where information is that much more important special it comes people's health Google taking some different steps geared to think co wrote a really good story that both Carol and I really love going to this morning Dr Google scrubs coronavirus misinformation cigarette on search and YouTube or it's here with us November interactive brokers studio nice reporting on this and a little bit of a surprise it feels like at least to be folks who are following it as closely as your help us understand what Google's doing yeah I mean I mean we've had a lot of controversy in the last few years about you know essentially things whether Slade school shootings or terrorism or anti VAX hoaxes that kind of thing showing up on Google showing up on Facebook on Twitter on YouTube and at this you know those conversations I've kind of been going on you know I'm very intense way over the last couple years and when it comes to crown of ours for seeing Google really lock things down in a way that they've kind of been hesitant to in the past of course you know they do respond to some of those other issues mostly by just putting news results from mainstream news organizations at the top of a you tube results in particular but when it comes to crime virus on Google search if you search on your phone or even on your desktop the first six or seven results will all be very official will link to the CDC will link to news reports or to the W. H. O. itself and so I mean I think they're just very careful about us being seen as not doing enough being seen as spreading misinformation and they're really trying to lock it down whatever way they can why and I I don't know whether it's because Google you know has been looking to maybe be a bigger player in the health care industry and so this is right up their alley they wanna make sure they get it right like what's different verses some other situations where there's been a lot of misinformation on their site yeah I mean I think we're in sort of a very particular political situation where Google is very concerned about the stuff obviously you know more than so than than some of the other maybe the U. S. specific political controversies that kind of criticism for in the past but I do think you're right I think what's interesting is it says okay well say you know this does sort of and at some point in this this virus comes under control what then where does Google go from that because the doctor Google criticism is been there for a while the people have been googling their symptoms instead of talking to a doctor or really figuring things out on their own especially in the U. S. for people are sometimes hesitant if they don't have health insurance to go to a doctor and so I think you know we hasn't you know sourcing saying that Google is looking more and more at stepping up some of the ways that they provide health information search that is different than how they provide other kinds of info well and you have to imagine that given the power and the influence of Google maybe as Google goes so goes at least the more responsible corners of the internet or is that is that me being overly optimistic yeah I mean and and it goes back to that conversation of you know if we really want to zoom back and say you know Google has a lot of power of the internet down they always say you know our algorithms are neutral word we're not here to pick and choose winners but that's exactly what they do and you know it's good if they want to focus on sort of quality of content and that kind of thing but at the end of the day decisions that are made by engineers in secret at Google do have huge ramifications for the internet and the kind of information that people find and that lives and dies well because as you sort of alluded to when we've learned this about artificial intelligence so much of what you get on the back end depends on what goes into the front and sort of essentially how the computers are taught not to be too conservative listing about it right yeah and and I think you know Google is is obviously very sensitive about this I mean they don't want to be seen as sort of deleting things from the end right or you know censoring things on the internet they're very sensitive about it they they do talk about a lot and and I trust that they really do take these things seriously but it shows that in a moment of crisis when they sort of step in in this very kind of heavy handed way it does say well where else could they do this but again they're doing this it's not like people individuals reading through and picking out what's right or what's wrong or what seems to be questionable information about the virus minutes algorithms that are picking up on words and so forth is that he actually mean algorithms are still deaf and at least the ones really making the majority decisions obviously there's so much info on the internet you can go piece by piece but they do look at you two videos like a flag there are humans that look at those things and physically take them down and you know when it comes to deciding without a CDC link is going to go at the top of Google search that isn't an individual a leader a couple making that says Hey this reminds me of our conversation Kathy would yesterday RK you know investment that you know when there's volatility and market disruptions that leads to innovation and maybe better ways of doing it you do wonder whether we can on the other side of that Google kind of get something out of this that they can apply more broadly to stuff that's on their website I guess
"thought co." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"An all star team of the world's best journalists bring you the fax each every morning this is America's first news this morning with Gordon D. all thanks for spending time with us don't forget we can connect on social media you confront us on Facebook you can follow us on Twitter at this morning show and you could follow me directly on Twitter is well at Gordon deal if you are not prepared to fork over big Bucks for a small bottle of hand sanitizer there's another option for fighting coronavirus beyond hand washing with soap and water home made hand sanitizer USA today says one recipe posted on thought co dot com by chemistry expert and Marie Hellman Stein requires two ingredients two thirds of a couple of isopropyl alcohol which is ninety nine percent rubbing alcohol and a third of a Cup of aloe Vera gel there are also widely circulated recipes using vodka as the main ingredients including one on the website of Good Housekeeping magazine to biology professors from Benedictine university in Illinois say consumers should pay attention to the percentage of alcohol present when using vodka the professor say the concentration of ethanol in eighty proof vodka is only forty percent and is not concentrated enough to kill viruses they suggest one hundred eighty proof spirits which have ninety percent alcohol ethanol can washing for twenty seconds with warm soapy water by the way still the best option eight.
"thought co." Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"They're Kuala drama in my life in that house and I was a teenager quick but I've definitely had one experiences whereas laying on my stomach and I had my eyes open. I'd like the only other time of sleep paralysis on top. You my mom get the strap so fucking was joking but I was like and I thought my eyes open. I could move around doing the motions for billy and I just couldn't I couldn't lift myself up and it was scary as fox hunting. The air right now. I don't know who can lift myself up. I couldn't move my body the scariest. Fuck the one of the scariest things I've experienced sleep paralysis and I've been jailed. I was a little ball. Who Gave Tom Now? That didn't happen. I mean like if he's told me no not even you but some paranormal investigators and authors such as Chad stand bre claimed to have recorded images of shadow people videos. Daniel Stamm Bro. Temporal heartedly even stab Ambro. These beings are dark inorganic. Fancying phantom like bipedal figures a bipedal means like I got an idea. I don't think I give you an exact definition. No bipedal okay. I've taught my head. I'm guessing I feel like finicky. It can go either way no girls. No that's what I assume it'd be like finicky like it could be right or wrong on that team. My wrong here wrong. Bipedal means like early exact definition but music. You're wrong I don't know what is actually like it. Means like a creature almost like a creature that can stand on two feet. I know I know what it is. You know the New Jersey Devil. We discuss that in strange monsters and shit like that that like creatures that are like like -sposed to be aware wolf aware will be a bipedal creature. Google's definition because now I'm curious I'd like it's a well you mean something that can transform. Yeah by pedal kind of yeah will transform but it's like using two legs walking. Just say Yeah. It doesn't mean it just so humans are bipedal. Yeah but if you're seeing a bipedal creature kind of thing or figure is just like they don't see them as like a dog that walks on two legs cre- thing that should be using forelegs with okay. Dad You go you go. And they just look like a dark black shadow of a figure but don't seem to have the full human form or facial or bodily features create little deformed they feel very masculine monitoring like something that's beyond human and Arab scope of understanding savings. We're often people report as being really tall about seven feet in height although they can configure and transform into different sizes and shapes. You're like staying at a shy person and start circling. There's like balls start into a big penis and you're like me and say I can only transform into one shape I go from a straight line to a straight line with a with a leg side curve around my waist and then Oh what you have a ruler for a Dick. Like one of those like. Yeah it's third straight like just as long as my torsos straight often their limbs arms and legs seem quite long and occasionally fingers or seen and we're going to get into mind. I definitely saw fingers finger pop and your Mama's asshole he come home. Come Watch you wish you you fucking autistic bitch dates man. I don't know how to speak. So use my fucking finger to point at Ju very more. They cut it. Look like two dimensional though sometimes appear sort of Three D. That'd be creepy. How I walk around character that every once in a while. You're like Oh shit. You're not talking buddy from work when we posted a picture on the podcast page. When we were wearing our brand new strange not shirts he knows of you. He knows your older brother. Danny Okay Brandon venues. And we'll tell you that I know who that is and he's like he's like you look smashed and I was like I was fine has got high. He's like he's like cartoon Care Cap. Your wing does look creepy. Chris follow page or go on the fucking website and find out what stream so. Here's the thing. Are you listening to this podcast right now? Are you not following us? If you are going to fuck it we'll see that that seems Seems like milking the cow before you buy. It doesn't doesn't that whole fuckers or I'm going to send bellied your bedroom his job or I didn't until you turn villa staying there two days old man. You don't know Governor Bush any going on forever happening from phased of phase but it seems to be made out of some kind of dark in a theatrical substance the peer as one mass this completely black in OPEC. I hate that word. But it doesn't doesn't no it doesn't but it doesn't look doesn't quite look solid in a way that we perceive usual physical form. They called him shadow. Byu Yeah it's just kind of like are they like just see through almost. Yeah just very faint relationships life no fucking. Shit. I know let goes through them. So I wondering they're known to dematerialize very quickly so you see him and then you don't doubt sounds about right and even and they may even shape shift into other forms such as a kitty cat and dog doggy. A rodent fucked up spider like it's fucking the ending of it coming at you. Insects or other creatures are even formless shapes shops shops mama one name on incomes. Obama comes shelves the shadow people. We'll start out just trying to say shadow people. It appears that people have began to see shadow people in more detail in recent times. Is it though do they? Though I saw one. And it's good to lose. We'll get to that later. Don't work because the beings are for whatever hor vying reason making themselves seen more and more people are beginning to see them straight on for long periods of time because we just need to be touched only wonder what do I need to do for you too fucking late. Lonely men want some friends all too I think they are. They are beings in an alternate dimension. Oregon is on the cusp of this. It's like we own our. We only see ten percent of reality like the visual spectrum. That is completely true. I've mentioned that so many times near that ten percent of the visual spectrum. That's fucking nuts. We can't gamma rays ultraviolet fucking Wifi all these things that are still in the air around us but we can't see them because we don't have a focal point of attention in the light barrier behind her eyes and brains all of all that shit so it's just like how rep tweens I believe would be is just on the cusp. The fringe rate there. Were you think maybe sometimes but the thing is because they're in an alternate dimension when you real. Yeah in and out of our yeah. They're in our reality. Because we're kind of just like David explains right like you're kind of on the outside Bud Thought Co on its website which also that's what they're talking about like a people are starting to see them for long periods of time on thought goes website which also knows that the appearance of Red Eyes on shadow beings being prevalent which would be creepy. I didn't see that that would have made me. Shimmer Pines wasn't wearing anything assigned fucking shitting your pants lately. I I've never met. I should my pants. You'd made you shit your pants on one episode designed did fucking Shit. My pants joy. Explain the story on the shadow people episode. Oh no no no I would. I was driving here. Here's a here's a little clue for you. First person that can go back in our episodes and find the episode that I said I shit my pants. If you're giving them a free t she'll give you. I'll give twenty five dollar coupon to whatever restaurant you want to mail that I will straight to you. Be The first person of message strange fruit Canada and tell us what episode I said I shit my pants on and you will get a twenty five dollars coupon to restaurants specific listener that I think might do it. Circle fucking three that I can think of right now. Though you'll be like argument fiber that's true. The dark shadow figures.
"thought co." Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"He's not talking to that later cheese, the drums, but he's inscrutable. But lately, it's not looking good. Right. I don't think co is going to the Lakers. So you maybe the clippers stay in Toronto kyri. Maybe he's the key to all of the he's the only one of the guys we mentioned who I think it could happen. I mean, LeBron sang to him on Instagram. Yeah. Babe. Yeah. Shut up. So I'm with you on all this stuff. But all that stuff. We'll have to kind of wait for it to unfold. My question is can LeBron coexist with this group if the thing doesn't happen? I want to get into that. Plus what the hell happened to the Rams? You're in Atlanta, con hanging out. So Donald show UCLA down show here on ESPN LA. By the way, there's a freeze warning and frost advisory in effect tonight throughout parts of southern California. So if you if you live in. Oh, man. I guess the darker purples the worst you have you live out in the IEP man is going to be cold as hell. So it says protect your pets and plants the outset you've Lenny would never sleep outside. Hey, I mean, even during the day, like do you let them out and just let them hang out during the day outside. He barely Danes to go outside. When it's when it falls fifteen oh, he turned into an LA dogs. So quickly like his mom who who was wearing a sweater and jacket. When I went on my afternoon walk is Oh, hot. ho how does? So is it you or is it him that doesn't want to go outside. Let's both of us. You know has been raining. That's the worst. And everyone was dug in LA. He does not mess with with rain. Neither do I listen when I lived in Connecticut for three years that was awful because it would snow and our dog we'd have to take him out. And then I realized at one point he was he was kind of like something was going on with his paws. Like he was not having. It was something was wrong with it. And I remember my neighbors. Like, oh, yeah. You gotta give them like booties or something because of the salt that they used to get rid of the ice. And I was like, oh, no, no wonder, and I was just thinking he's just being a baby, you know, just being cold cold. So we had to get in like this little rubber boots sounded like a duck every time he was balloon, right? They knew ganked the move. And of course, the dog hates it hates it every second of it. But yeah, I don't miss that part. But anyway, so we're trying to do our best. Here do provide a service for the community. And there's going to be a frost warning tonight here in southern California. So I so I asked you the question about the Lakers candle Brian LeBron this young Lakers core. Coexist, if the Anthony. This thing doesn't happen. I think that's not a given by any stretch of the imagination. Okuda kind of joked about it said, I may have to bird box it here as we get to the trade deadline and Ingram is said the right things, but you have to think when you're younger, you don't think of it the way you would if you were older, and you've been more experiencing you understand it. Because in the NBA basically outside of maybe like five to ten guys everyone experiences this..
"thought co." Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Don't make none. How did you make this work? How did you get Westbrook? Everyone pointed LA, Paul George everybody pointed to LA, how did you get them to stay in a small market because right now unless you are Boston Philly. Golden state. Elway both LA teams. Even though I think people wanted to play for the clippers is laughable. There's five teams in this league that have shot every year you left out the raptors no one wants to go to Toronto. But this year, the raptors have shot they're gonna lose a letter. What's it matter? They have a shot this year. Right. I'm not talking about when winning title. You think co is a little more likely to stay. They're not winning a title it. They're the one seed last they do this every year. What have you seen out of the raptors are going to be a top Tuesday? Didn't get bouncing the planet seeing them in the playoffs with coli. That's that's a sizable difference. I think can play he'll bail who's Mewa. All right. Listen just in the Eastern Conference Boston Toronto, Milwaukee Philly that's four just in the east and then in the west Golden State, Houston, maybe the clippers if they get their active. I'm talking about the lead wide epidemic of pick and choose where you wanna play. Sorry. Love you kansin no-one's lining up to go play. Milwaukee's. A great town not lining up to go play for and sorry, the taxes and the money and Toronto SIA no-one's lineup. Claim throttle international. Boston people align up and play their taxes. Sits though, Philly people align up play there the other most overrated destination in sports, the New York Knicks. You know, what you know what I'll put his overrated as long as we're just slinging arrows, Texas. The whole state income tax thing is so overblown. Now, it's not who lived in Dallas for five years. I can tell you. You know, what go put your ESPN paycheck at a.
"thought co." Discussed on Sleep With Me
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"thought co." Discussed on The Jump
"What he apparently i don't maybe maybe used all of them up we'll see do that there's more to exactly all right coming up i will ask tracy in vince if they think co i leonard is going to stay with the spurs because there are some news on that when what was dropped solos was we gotta talk about it but first here's our distant replay from this date in nineteen ninety seven it's brought to you by government thornton too he scores here's a man seven to two eighty somehow you have the strength and the body control to get off a reasonable shy job is bronte by garmon get garmin smartwatch and beat yesterday and popeye's louisiana kitchen love that chicken from papa is it's a maker mislead to make maker a maker missiles mak mislead making misplayed pay them we did make him so good me view lebron alley oop to himself off the backboard which was ridiculous except he did it last year against this team in the finals 'cause you know little something like this i think the one last night was better right yeah because it was game three the series still in the balance this was already game for their dow three oh right more power on the finish exactly i thought this was big better dumped on his tristen soi is we're sitting with the two other guys who've done that in a game miss composer dream on interest in thomson starting to happen each other resulting in technical fouls did you guys get away with too much do you think.
"thought co." Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"We don't really know much about i think when we look through his communication devices and the internet trafficking this didn't happen when you and i are growing up maybe get in fights in the school yard but not not this type of thing and so the internet has changed a lot of things you're not talking about terrorism a lot radicalization isis al qaeda now we're saying it influenced the culture and behavior of our young kids i five children my own i can't imagine what the parents was to be going through having their children killed like this the governor governor governor abbot he said he didn't know whether or not the father allowed the sun to get these weapons or he just took them do you know that the father gave the guns to his son i don't know but either way he is responsible for not either he gave them to him or he didn't lock them up properly as any gun owner should do what was unique pretty unique and correct me if i'm wrong in this particular case not only weapons to weapons that this suspected shooter had but also explosive devices the governor thinks co two device molotov cocktail and other devices there in the school near the school and perhaps elsewhere and this is why we think they're there possibly one to two accomplices to this the maeve either taught him how to do this as your previous guests said this is all over the internet we dealt with this with the boston bombing case with the pressure cooker bombs to the austin bomber that we think found this material loan line and built zone.
"thought co." Discussed on The Full 48
"Yeah he did all right more with billy king coming up all right so we'll talk about some treason that did actually happen seles thursday the cavaliers basically just stole the show stole the day and won the day and in many ways six guys gone four guys in as you're seeing that unfold and knowing everything that goes into that the calculated risks involved the just the dramatic amount of change i think somebody said the that it noted was the thirty years since a team traded that many bodies in one day or or jettison to think maybe it was six bodies in one day whatever it was and you know that happens occasionally to have wholesale change but not for a team that's expected to contend for a title not a team that's coming off a threestraight finals appearances give me your your thoughts as it unfolded in did you do you see them as being significantly better well i i think co we it right i think the we read it you know it was a despot they were gonna they were gonna make the playoffs but they weren't going to be successful the wizards it's just their body language there they didn't look like a team on the court look like a bunch of individuals playing and so i i think with the decided to do is try to get some pieces in there that knows youth and when you're willing to taking money might be did on those your contracts and helps the people you can get some who pieces so i give them a lot of credit because th th they added pieces uh and george hill and rodney hood and nance and clarkson all guys that don't need the basketball they can score also whereas penetration and and they'll just play defense the guys it got rid of a lot of guys need to basketball i said need basketball shumpert always you know probably means been heard uh he was a different there wasn't that same uh and then she got they had and so i think they went and got four pieces the car.
"thought co." Discussed on Twinovation
"Do you think isaiah thomas is gonna plane tonight's lakers game or hose no no he's not he's probably won't play till after the allstar break or at the earliest friday that's true well you know a boycott or nearly made all dr hates here by that i feel like you're really excellent geiger deciding today citing that is a that is your third supervised t in the middle of is yeah are you going to hit this our way you're sick another sip now vulcanized jefto your mom a story guys i pulled black porsche black porsche blacked out windows license plate mamba 54 54 fatter or at the 54 stands for about we got the mamba yeah but like how many jews in la like want the mamba licenseplate and i think i don't think co apparently 53 okay fair they gobi the well why would he be 24 at we went from maybe that on one of the other porsches growth you think oh he you know he could or he could own fifty three other cars that that trump was gobert very good all right dave are you interested in pitch in any more we just go to chitchat what's up folks allow me to pose the question please do what's the worst part of outgunning hired slash fired well you know you lose that financial stability i iif ya every little bit lower sorry hired he slash fired which would the process they'll job finding process what's the worst part about the job the interviews were the job losing process interview resilient of stuff there basically what i'm getting down to hair in meeting people a lotta it's a lot of back and forth right you know i it could take you weeks if that months just to get through a company that has four or five rounds of interviews you know that take weeks and identify like you know you wanna work for these big good companies that you don't wanna you know delay something for weeks it takes forever for a lot of these things i know a lot of a you know a lot of you artists out there haven't work the night to five for big farmer big corp or big humor having on your big.
"thought co." Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Download from all website go to www taught bbc thought co dot u k forward slash programs now to south africa where the deputy president's cyril ramaphosa says he is in direct talks with president jacob zuma and that a decision about his future will be reached in the coming days mr seamer is facing allegations of corruption and refuses to stand down even though key figures in his party want him to andrew hotting reports president zuma has spent the morning in meetings here in capetown it's believed he still discussing the terms of his much anticipated resignation resume is facing multiple corruption charges but an amnesty is not on the table south africans awaiting waiting for a breakthrough with some anxiety after days of confusion and the unprecedented postponement of this week's state of the nation address the anc is now bitterly divided after two decades in power the party's new leader cyril ramaphosa needs to handle mr zuma's exit quickly but delicately if he is to emerge from this oakwood standoff in a position of strength andrew hunting the british multinational tesco is facing a possible bill of five and a half billion dollars as a result of the uk's biggest ever equal pay claim lewis 1000's thousands of hourly paid women working in tesco supermarket stores are running less than male employees even though the value of the work is comparable tesco which has stores across europe and asia is britain's biggest retailer his are economics editor come alarm it tesco's joined a long list of organisations facing controversies over equal pay among retailers as touring sainsbury's are facing similar legal battles birmingham city council has already agreed to more than one billion pounds of payments for women cleaners and carers and the bbc's been accused of not paying men and women equally tesco was one of the country's largest employers is now facing a series of tests cases which could lead to the largest equal pay claiming employment history lorries act.
"thought co." Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Getting into many state institutions spurred into action south africa's parliament is bearing its teeth lying misleading you don't feel early qualms about mps gleefully grilling the buses of corruptionriddled state companies accusing them of being gupta stooges is this in in the face of all the political changes about happily along you think you'll stories going to stick with all due respect i think the the revelations and squirming denials of being lapped up by south africans but are we really seeing a fundamental change here at city mexican opportunity there's no doubt about it at if the opportunity is taken i think it's a a turningpoint david lewis who heads the organisation corruption watch says the next key step is to ensure that president zuma engulfed by scandals leaves office soon removing zuma is not going to end this battle but without room moving him there would be no prospect of fighting corruption fighting maladministration and that battle to remove president zuma is now in full swing the momentum is against him as a country increasingly threatened by corruption tries to find a new path that report from andrew hiding you're listening to global news the most important stories and the best in tvs and on the spot reporting from the bbc world service every weekend he can hit a review of the week's main news stories and why they matter that is in the world this week and the program is also available to download from our website just go to www dolts bbc thought co dot g k forward slash programs now in kenya one of the world's leading investigators into the illegal trade in ivory and rhino horn has been killed as mend bradley march and the former un special envoy for rhino conservation was known for his undercover work establishing black market prices.