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"three thousand square meters" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"About that. Do you remember the story told you. It was so horrible about five israelis. Who assaulted a twenty year. Old palestinian young man last week in jerusalem. Well these men have been indicted according to the police. The five young men between the age of seventeen and twenty two committed the stabbing attack with a nationalistic motive but prosecutors by the way did not include that in the indictment and get this. These guys were apparently on their way to a slightly hoods prayer at the western wall which our prayers that are meant to be apologetic in nature. Because we're approaching a time of the year for repentance in the jewish calendar was charged with aggravated intentional assault and possession of a knife. The others with aggravated assault mid salima has had been sitting outside waiting for his cab to show up after a shift at a restaurant in jerusalem's mccain who market when these five men attacked him. He says that they didn't say anything. During the assault and that it was for no apparent reason they chased him up. aggripa street. if you're familiar with that street it's one of the bottom of schuch. They beat him and they stabbed him with something sharp and this is caught on camera. The young man is from east jerusalem. He's now being cared for in jerusalem at chartres set of hospital. They said that he was in critical condition when they brought him there. In ecological news the allots ashkelon pipeline company has announced that some fuel has leaked out from its pipeline in the south the pipeline stretches up to haifa once the leak was discovered. The flow was paused. So that the company could work on cleaning up around one hundred cubic meters of fuel escape from the pipe. Contaminating eight hundred tons of soil from around three thousand square meters. The soil is being removed. Eight hundred tons of it has been removed. Thank you to the jerusalem post recovering that one. Good news for those who like ambassador. It's sippy hotel. Hopefully she represents israel in london. She's gonna continue doing her three years there as ambassador to the united kingdom. There was some doubt because she was assigned by former prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu and was actually asked to resign by current foreign minister yet year. Lupita who is going to be israel's next prime minister after two years he came in with a new administration and asked her to leave. However lipids office today confirmed that she's actually going to stay on for the rest of her two years for the mission former yeshua. Teed member of knesset yeah l. German was the person low-paid envisioned for that role and wanted to swap them. But she has been sent to france. So i guess that problem has been solved. Hutto totally hired a lawyer to defend her position and a source close to lapierre tells the jerusalem post that once. She started to insist on remaining in her seat. He backed down and said that he wouldn't replace her now. That is the israeli way. Okay and that is the perfect example of the israeli way. It's not easy you have to fight for. You have to get a lawyer. Have to say that you're not gonna do it you refuse. This is the israeli way. She did it. She got what she wanted. Our last good news bump for the day before our special report on the film kosher rehab israeli swimmer on me. Omerta don has won the gold in the men's two hundred meter freestyle and mark. Molly are won. The bronze for the men's one hundred meter backstroke. Today in the tokyo twenty. Twenty one paralympics. Israel now has a total of seven medals from the paralympics races. And four of those seven are gold. Congratulations to all the competitors. We know it's not easy. And we're so proud okay. So yesterday i covered the jerusalem film festival which was held at the jerusalem. Cinematic there are more than eight pages worth of films on the website. Okay eight pages worth of films. I went to see one that is called kosher rehab directed by anna oscar. She's a well. She's well known in the jerusalem area for being a fierce lawyer and also a filmmaker. She comes from russia. Grew up between israel and the usa. And now she lives here in israel fulltime. The film follows. The journey of a man named eric levitz who is a recovered drug addicts seeking to help others. He finds a therapy. That works in a facility. In cleveland ohio and he sets out on a journey to create a completely free tuition free house in jerusalem. Which would support men who come. From orthodox families the meals are kosher. There's a space for prayer and but the real important part is finding a community to get clean with. The film was emotional with sixty five minutes. I laughed a little. I cried i gasped. I really guess i put my hand over my heart and gasped when i heard how some of these young men were putting drugs into their bodies the ways that they were finding to get drugs into their bloodstreams the facility is called the as e house and it is free of charge like i said the residents have to cook clean and work together. The programs are not led by counselors rather by experienced people who found their way out of the drug world and understand the struggles of those that they work with. That was very important for levitz. He he's not about professional counselors. He's about people who have real life experience. The program is run through a twelve step process and the only thing to do at the house is focused on recovery. That's the only thing. The house was opened in two thousand sixteen due to a lack of free residential recovery options in israel not a lot of recovery options in israel. This is the one and only it's open to any type of religious person and the idea is simply to recover and focus on that. I also had a celebrity sighting while i was at the after party. Cocktails i saw mo vaughn hose and black who is famous for a handful of roles in israeli tv but most recently you'll know her as gives sister the detective tally schapira in the in the tv series. Hit and run. I told her that she plays my favorite character in that show which is produced by the famous car. Sakarov and leo's who are two talented. Israeli writers vase is also the lead actor named segev in the show. All right now getting back to the film. Kosher rehab okay. I'm gonna play a few audio bites from the interviews that i conducted with the man who runs the rehab center. His name is eric levitz. He was also the star of the film. The film follows him and after we hear from him. We're going to hear a message from the director. Ms anna oscar. Who's a big deal. And then finally we are going to hear from a program participant named jordan. He said that reviewing the movie yesterday in the theater reminded him of where he used to be in life and.
"three thousand square meters" Discussed on Uncommon
"I'll look. Kate has got such brand Mind and the i when she joined us your she was high being number. Four or five and at that stage was still convinced that i had an idea And i was making it a reality. When kate will in the door. She was convinced that we had a brand. And that was something special and really told me a lot about friend in the power of brand. Yeah i really loved leading that about tight What was the difference between brand like an idea in brand. How would you quantify that. Well i mean i couldn't. I can in the static icon of certificate. I'm gonna make Cyborg barring like you might close lend Why would you wanna make Tim egas i'm product brandies. Everything that goes into the product. It's the experience Be or as kite has had info mocking training and experience around. Branson said she could say that. Oh there's tonight's bike that were brad and they do come on for engine. I guess maybe. I didn't really have the confidence to say. Yeah auto brand still hustling to start a business in to get my ideas out there. Yeah it's sort of that thing where you the entrepreneur and you deal with that imposter syndrome like you get a professional who's authority that come in and say no no. No this is it. And they've got a framework and like okay. Cool i can define it as this. And now i'm absolutely sure now i totally get that. We spoke before back cova. I'd i'd do like i think you said in a previous interview that head count sheet society exploited. Obviously because i remember this distinctly that first quarter after cliven kicked off on that that friday the thirteenth whether gpa was grand prix was cancelled and everything was closing down. The nba was cancelled. The nfl was in disarray. All these events done and everyone's like oh shit. This is really serious. Talk to me about like realistic numbers. How many people did you guys guy phone. In march of that year too much now intends to stuff probably went into lockdown weeds around five maybe seeks and then qena around thirty six x the stuff. You're tony about it. Because he met signed two. We moved warehouses towards the back half of last year. So i think you're on september october. We had to find a space. and we. We've in. I think maybe a hundred and fifty minutes an anti speed automatic. Let's let's go. She somebody and then we actually go to. Confession has got to come in and unified evil. Cost of inventory. Amon ski grayson. He was latin. Not as you need three thousand square meters we will getting around and say we was based it especially signed onto a lace for a new build adding keiberg but that was delayed due to coin a re families amazing stays in brunswick that had just literally popped up on the market and so suddenly you and it was the old kennedy hill. This really a kite. Well if but three thousand three thousand square made us from one. Fifty is the holy shit looking at one forty at the room. Like wow. we're going for twenty five thirty scrimmages to one forty feeling safe anyway racking delivered for the white house the guy communist semi trailer truck and he was in the front yard valley a half and he saw g modified. Just do you turn a meal. We're gonna to be you tune anyway into took this live you tend to well i think. That savvy is spacey's because it's not to look added napoleon it but when he say a semi trailer it's big and so people have probably wondering why would by Big our guest It's silman you do your fulfillment and also.
"three thousand square meters" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"Next we. Head over to helsinki where. The former ceo of finnish furniture brand arctic mercury kuperberg recently launched a new retail concept and a meeting place which focuses on. Sustainable design monaco's helsinki correspondent petrie. Birt's off visited the space on. How zinke main shopping street and sat down with kohlberg to talk about her plans. A large three thousand square meter space occupies the corner of mekong gatto. Alex gatto in one of the most recognizable buildings of central helsinki inside work is in full swing to create one of the most talked about design ventures of the year new retail concept by medical. Barry's company glasshouse has he. Actually we are sitting in in a really. That cohort of helsinki in the main commercial street. Which was like mainstream architecture. Also like most important in hausky we hear and planning to open a meeting place for people who care about responsibility and sustainability but also for design fashion music architecture different kind of off installations as well experimental things with the new veteran ratios so we wanted to gather actors from different disciplines here if this could be called department store as it was an used to be. Maybe it's a little bit exaggerated because we only covering the to force but this is a pretty ambitious.
"three thousand square meters" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast
"The provincial government stepped in and the Builder borrow take off and they reconditioned to take off a certain amount. So this Village could profit from it. However, that wasn't nothing down the very first day of the first day of C in nineteen, ninety four on the practice. They actually they came after takeoff and they bye they put it by wire across right across the middle of the take-off and leading-edge about ten meters to take off run in front of the bar bar. It was going to help me crazy. And of course, I had all these International pilots and everything. These guys are trying to kiss, you know Bible God by Wireless to take off and any further further negotiation and With the with the political to the politicians and it was sorted out to a certain extent but less but by running events each year, then of course the time who were quite happy the same tourism thing off, but then as we eased off a little bit during after about mm. Oh, we had a big problem that's around in two thousand near mm. They want they wanted to put our generators wind electricity windmills a cross to take off and what's the name on that? It wasn't really very good the parent line the timing wanting. This is not very nice there any any form of Tourism, but of course the village into this little village they had to make a lot of money from this so they said she became very very ethical ecologically aware and wanted their clean energy and the 30000 Euros per year for the each Windmill. And so there's a bit of fight know we had a big struggle demonstrations and marches roadblocks and eventually it kind of went to us and we didn't have the windows of Sword but for many years we were allowed to fly would although we had we had supposed to have the legal rights of flying at the take off the owners could go to the police stations a note there on on that. So they fired up so we were actually going in fact taking over this new new bike ride. They've been put up and for many years the whole thing went into in a bit of a crap speed reader in to get the things going back again to get the town hall and French Bulldog. On our side was better than the World Championships. So in we went to we built the World Championships, we got it, of course allowed, you know huge infrastructure in that three thousand square meters of AstroTurf. The bar was rebuild instead of the positive aspects of the world championship was the fact that we've now got a fantastic take off and great infrastructure my last the world last for a challenge is I did the British team was in Manila and in Australia and one Bruce 2007/8 and Bruce one. Yes, he did and and I thought well I did quite well because I won a couple of events before in the government has his own events and the New Zealand national them on there as well and other way if I'm ever going to do anything good it's going to be here in Manila in this world because I've been to other worlds and I think particularly well to be honest and yep. It was okay. Unfortunately, what was it going? Okay. No because we had pretty poor wet, you know, as often happens know many many others fantastic venue and then Along Came the world championship game and you know poor golf reports, you know, we all had this really suboptimal bad weather and was clad storms the week before we had the experience with a revisionist. If you remember we went up into the into the tune into ten thousand meters cuz I was there I was actually just underneath there. And I mean those you know, that was just crazy crazy day. I thought it was an open-air. He was an open distance competition which go through was running running the week before and I said when I was I was told the static first to leave I went off. I just applied for me and when I thought of nothing's all go cross and and it was open distance you go. Any direction wants to brother were no one's how to get to us happy congested guys could not be crazy. So they're going to fall off. And I can contact you look back and everybody many other way directly to the succinct. There's big fat butt limitation and I kept on off of my my other route, but of course it was a battery assignment beginning learn by the time I got back over again. I drifted on downwind and I was kind of going in the same direction as everyone else. Meanwhile, there's another big congestion scared about 20 kilometers further to the right of track and I was kind of speeding up and they seemed a little bit listing and then these two two minutes has very large know since tearing humans were beginning to coalesce and they're still gaps. You know, it's just flashing through most people were still trying and I I kind of go to the a just for this sort of Clump, you know, the door shut behind me and it was just saw D Clyde and I'm obviously very personal choice and I just get on pushing pushing pushing go beyond that and looking back, you know, you can see it a shovel but you knew they were people they would just finally underneath it and there's only about three pigs. Adding I think everyone's trying to get higher. I didn't worry about the highs. I think David David a girl was ahead and two or three others, but as I was pushing as a blue, I said got off the show the the women's changing a little being who read back into the Union so I didn't take any clients, but it just drifted back into the time. I landed very quickly, but by trust backed up he was dead. They sit down with rain and had gone crazy. And of course, there's a lot of stories that day and I went to find some some shelter and and when the rain eased off a car pool, I think this is German team leaders Staffing matched and the last coordinates you had was above that Shack in a pretty much where I was watching those people rather foolishly take time into the community and whatnot. So then I was done today and then the week after minute so going back to my house competition, so I'm not quite well, but unfortunately it was pretty sure whether and which would have been so bad cuz I'm British kind of job. Too bad weather and mincing around but I was trying process new fr44. This is a this is a real banana. There's a one in a ratio glider, you know, it's a 3 line and it didn't have any possibility of be hearing or I think you could be line. But Bruce said maybe not as it'll be exciting off and and it was a competition with so many clouds and you know, you kind of couldn't control your hydro off. So you don't either you'd have to sort of take big Roots around clouds off or fly extraordinarily fast and hopefully you and just your descent before you go into play. So I have good days and bad days as a whole the first thing we're doing. Okay the fact on Thursday for the three days for the end of the event we were actually we were on the podium as a team. We would have been on the podium and Bruce of winning and then with all okay, you know, I was sort of birth. It was pretty late twentieth something else so bad not so awful and I know nothing about doing actually on my way worst, but I wasn't I wasn't too embarrassingly bad and we were going to pay him so but it seemed oh, hey yo and it's bad weather and he was and is looking like his name and where they meet all correct May arrange for the you know the last day cuz and and brutal win money and ruining and I think there's the worst possible thing. You can do in the competition to hope for bad weather, of course. So the next day, of course the weather's it goes good and you're already motivated as you can. I don't want to fly and then we have to find both articles myself Mark and Russell. We all just.
"three thousand square meters" Discussed on Scuba Shack Radio
"Last night in support of project aware we two, thousand and twenty. We conducted the aware coral reef conservation specially class. We conducted this class virtually through zoom and we had a really nice turn out a folks who care a lot about the environment and the importance of coral reefs. As I was preparing for the course I reached out to the coral restoration foundation based out of key Largo to see if they would be able to participate and help us out with the presentation, and we were very fortunate to have Chris Rentals from coral restoration foundation spend a little time with us to talking about corals, their situation, the work they are doing and to answer questions from the folks who attended the the the specialty class. Incidentally, we had planned to visit the Coral Restoration Foundation earlier this year when we were going to do a trip down to key largo but that trip fell victim to the coronavirus lockdown. So coming off the heels of our specially class in presentation by the Coral Restoration Foundation. I thought I'd give you a little more detail about the coral. Restoration Foundation. I remember when I first started diving I read about this guy can need Meyer down in Florida who has replanting staghorn coral on various recently in the keys. Now according to the Coral Restoration Foundation website can was a commercial fish collector in live rock farmer. I just had to research exactly what a live rock farmers. Well live rock forming is when you put rocks in the ocean or other tanks and they get colonized with bacteria that's beneficial bacteria and other encrusting organisms so that you can later place them inside aquariums. That's a whole research airy in of itself. So, while Ken was doing his thing, he noticed several colonies of staghorn coral settling onto his farm, and as they started to grow car Ken saw the potential for restoring the coral. Habitat. That's when he formed coral. Restoration, foundation in two thousand seven. And over the years they have exp experimented and developed different methods to grow transplant corals. To give you a good idea of all the work they've done by this foundation. I thought that there are two thousand and nineteen annual report would paint the picture. The report starts with a dire warning. And now warning is that by two thousand, one hundred, we could lose all shallow water coral reefs. To Coral Restoration Foundation is being successful however by returning tens of thousands of corals to the wild every year and seeing their out planet corals spawning. By, the way they also invented the coral trees that are now in use around the world. The message from the CEO are Scott winters encouraging. The section of the annual report on regenerating ecosystems provides all the statistics and accomplishments. Their coral nurseries off Tavanir in Florida, cover one point, five acres of the sea floor, and it consists of genetically diverse corals including those reef building branching corals, staghorn alcorn choral, Star corals, pillar corals, as well as several other species. In two thousand, Nineteen Noah and the Coral Restoration Foundation along with some others announced a program called mission iconic reefs and that's an effort to restore seven coral reef sites in the Florida keys. And if they do that, that restoration would be ninety three thousand square meters of reef- or fifty two foot bill football field size reefs. Remains a big focus in twenty twenty and you can get all the details from their annual report. Another cool thing that they are doing is monitoring the health of the reefs through something called photo mosaics or high resolution images of the re sites created by stitching thousands of smaller photos together. They have a great picture in their annual report of the out planet elko on coral on. Kerry's for a wreath in Florida. It's really interesting to see how they take those photos. They use a a DP with a photo mosaic rig attached to kind of fly over the reef. If you really want to see the positive impact check out the carries Ford Reef demonstration site under the Restoration Tab on the coral restoration foundation website. It's amazing. New Work that has reversed the decline of the special place. There are so many threats, coral reefs, climate, change toxins, human disregard things we can and should change. But we also need to help the reefs recover. And that work is being done by the coral. Foundation and that will be critical if we expect them to be around by the end of the century..
"three thousand square meters" Discussed on This Week in Science
"Asking astrophysicist, what's the highest energy particle in the universe? The are take a Supernova slingshot at around a black hole. Do everything you can they get to like within maybe a thousand of these, a factor of a thousand of these particles. So we see particles hitting the earth and we don't understand what or who can be making these particles. and. So it's a fascinating mystery and one study them is is to just to look at this these big showers they make in the air. Park leads the atmosphere Knox and other particles leaves these big showers and the problem is that we just haven't seen enough of them. So we have really big detectors one in Utah One in South America, there were like three thousand square meters to try to capture one of these showers but they're rare enough that you just haven't seen enough of them, and so I thought well, wouldn't it be cool to be able to like build An Earth sized telescope to capture all of the ones that hit the earth and people that were cost a gazillion dollars. So we thought well, can we do it using already existing technology, and so there is a piece in your phone, which is just the camera and the camera is basically just a little particle detector, right? Like there's a piece over where the photon gets turned into electrons and that used a little piece of silicon and it's stirrups those electrons out of the silicon and that's a particle detector. We use the same technology, the large Hadron collider look for particles. So we wrote an APP which when your phone at night when your phone is I, camera down, it turns on the camera, and if he sees a little blip in the video is says Oh that was probably a particle and if a bunch of phones nearby all see blips at the same time that was probably a big shower these particles. If you get enough of them, you can point back and say, Oh, this is a big shower that came free over there in space. And so we had of this fun idea when time like over coffee hey, that'd be silly. Wait. Maybe that's not so silly. I wonder if we can actually do that. And so then we wrote the APP and we got it running and we did some calculations to see like how many phones would you need to like actually do science with this and turns out you need something on the order of like five to ten million people to run the APP or like build a worldwide telescope can do science at the level of these hundred million dollar facilities. So I thought, well, that's a lot of phones, but if tiny fraction of the phones out there. Phones there's five million phones turned on every single day. So sure sneak it the next Google release or whatever we'd said. The idea we wrote the APP, and now we are working to make it like. Bust. Not Drain your battery behind performance. We've put some phones into particle beams detested performance. So we're gearing up to have a big wide release when it's like really ready. What kind of is it? Just a the same it's it's it's not is it not enough of a blip to register as photon that the camera would recognize like what is the difference in the signal from the cosmic ray blip from the normal photon that detects it doesn't look any different right and like every time you picture there are cosmic rays in that photograph their dislike noise in your pictures. So if you put like black tape over the camera than the photons can't penetrate anymore. Than all, you can cosmic rays deal can exactly me and high energy electrons and all sorts of crazy stuff? Yeah. Exactly. And we've seen some of these like we. If you go higher up in the atmosphere there's more radiation from space because his less of a buffer protecting you, and so if you're on a plane, run the APP, you see all these streaks from particles. Yeah I know. AIR-TRAFFIC TRAFFIC air travel is dangerous for or other reasons, right? Not just Kobe. I think I'm cosmic rays regardless just is not high on my list for. Yes that's been an iphone project, but that's just a side thing like let's see if we can do this crazy piece of science for basically no money. As a fun as a fun side project and what's the name of the APP Center. It's called crayfish cosmic rays found in smartphones. So crayfish and you can find a website crayfish dot io or just google it, and we wrote a paper and we're not members of the cosmic Rafe is community, and so we wrote this paper and put it out there and they were just kind of like, what are you people doing? By not. Repay of no. Unity was like that's a cool idea. The have like you're crazy that will never work So it was a lot of fun. So it still see logically unit to enter into a sub field adjacent sub field of science for you not established. You do so much though I mean you've got your research focused. your your. You've got this kind of a project where you're kind of coming up with meat technologies neat ways to look at different questions. But then you've also got science communication you've been working with. Them for years now doing comics and a couple of books. To books now, and you'll also have a PBS program coming out and you have your God cast. How did you get so involved in communicating science and like? You trip over or Hey Wedneday happened. No I just always wanted to show the stuff. I, think it's really fun I. Think Everybody I think this kind of wonder belongs to everybody you know like what is everything made Adam and had it start and everybody wants to know the answer to that question like I said an airplane somebody's like what you do the physicist the hated Physics Highschool Standard say are I'm just trying to figure out how the universe started and they're like, oh, how did the universe start you know and then you connected their questions because everybody wants to know these questions. So. I thought it was like back in two thousand, eight assistant professor and I was thinking what's a better way to communicate this stuff than just like talking about it and so I thought using comics and cartoons might be like accessible because comics are you know they? They've take down your defenses. They tell you like, Hey, I'm not fancy. This isn't serious. We're just talking about fun stuff. But I don't have any artistic skill myself and I was a huge fan of horror. Of course, everybody in academia knows as like a celebrity he's you group. He's a group therapy all through through Grad school and US and my wife is often academic. She's like a wanted just email whore. Hey, champion ask him to do. It sounds like you can't just email a celebrity and ask them to do a project with you like what am I gonna Email Brad Pitt and be like, Hey, be in my movie. Actually works. That's how. How that works. Works. Around People are so afraid of approaching him. He hasn't worked in a long time to. Overcoming. Watch. Netflix. So I emailed him just cold emailed him and said, hey, had this project would you would like to collaborate and he was like, hey, that sounds cool and so then we got started and then we just had fun and so we did a bunch of videos and a few of them went viral like we put out a video but the Higgs Boson just before it was discovered and. All over the Internet and that was really fun and then we wrote a book called. We have no idea all about like the big unanswered questions of the universe. And that was a lot of fun and for me like you know, may I mostly trying to be a research scientist and teach doing that whole professor thing in all of these things like fun side adventures like sure I never wrote a book before what's that like? Let's try it. I don't know. For me like if any of these things embarrassed myself, fall flat on my face like I can just go back to being a physicist. So, sort of like low risk and I have huge respect for people who like leave their day job and into and do these things full-time because let's say you're really taking a chance on yourself I was never that brave and I'm. Just been having a lot of fun working together ever since an a couple of years ago PBS reached out to hand said, Hey, have you ever thought about doing a.
"three thousand square meters" Discussed on The Men's Room
"All the fact that he took the time to come meet with us because that's already a huge in itself. And then he came to visit what it is that we do. That's a second thing that's huge, and you know when you have somebody like that. That's the so respected, and and that that really is successful in what he does believe in you. It's really a huge huge motor and so I think that's one of the things that you know really from the beginning. That kind of encouraged us in continuing, and then you know you know. Being an entrepreneur is a very hard being a married couple entrepreneur very hard. and. Doing something that's never been done is extremely hard, but at the end of the day. If you have your clear vision of what it is that you want to do and for us, it's really just disrupting the way things are done because we, it's unacceptable. The way things are done and we can't leave this planet toward the future generations in the state, and so you know on the. On the down as really. I know it sounds kind of a naive or euphoric, or you know it can sound artificial. Really no, that's really what it is. That drives US every day. The fact that we know this is the right path we know this is the way to contribute in a positive manner to the planet, and that we just do not accept the way things are, so we know this is a growing market obviously, and it's an it's not since phase, insect protein in sector-based of food and fertilizer for the industry, so if someone wanted to pivot their farm production for instance, would you say this is like a good business for people to get into now from your perspective? You're based in Europe, but you see all around the world. What's happening? Yeah, I think it is a good business to to get into because it takes time to achieve different milestones, you know raising insects in a lab, and then in two hundred square meters, and then three thousand square meters than ten thousand women..
"three thousand square meters" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"No photo works for the citizens of this country to keep moving inquiry in order to extract the current oligarchs in this system who have led us to this day unless has can and will appoint ministers able to carry out political and economic reform protests. Violence and frustration will likely swell as people come to terms with how much more there is to lose for monocle in Beirut. I'm listening porter. Many thanks to Lizzie. Here's what else we're keeping an eye on today as we've been hearing the trial on whether to impeach President Donald Trump officially began in the Senate yesterday. The president's term of office has been dogged by criticism awesome that he faces charges of abuse of power and obstruction of congress of his dealings with Ukraine with none of the Senate's Republicans speaking out his removal. It seems likely declared that he'll be acquitted. China's economy has slowed for the first time in almost three decades as a trade war with the. US makes itself felt while in two thousand nineteen eighteen GDP fell. It remained enviable at six point. One percent figures for the end of the year. Meanwhile indicate an uptick as tensions between the two competing superpowers eased seized while China has taken serious steps to ease the downturn. Economists have predicted a further cooling this year and the fire ravaged east coast of Australia. Australia welcomed rain today. The Bush fires have been exacerbated by drought. which is stricken the region? Thirty people have died so far and ecosystems have been devastated. Needed storms have been predicted which should assist firefighters battling the blazes. Although residents have been warned to expect flash floods. This is the globalist stay tuned. This is World Economic Forum held. The Alpine town of devils will kick off in only a few days. Time and though the world is and is will be focused on debates and exchanges between high profile activists abyss than the elite in the last part of this week's devils look ahead series Monaco twenty-fourth Nicholas toomey takes a look at what goes on behind the scenes. Speeches are being written champagne. flutes are being polished on. The security are revising guest-list. Yes it is that time of year again. When thousands of high profile figures from world leaders to international executives descend upon a Swiss town to chew the cheese and put the world to rights on January the twenty first the World Economic Forum's Twenty Twenty meeting in Davos will begin the upmarket ski resort? Two and a half hours on the train from Djuric has housed the W. E. F. since nine hundred seventy one while then it must have seemed a Briton. Getaway vacation location for the world's elite. Now with presidential entourage is sometimes outnumbering subjects. A thousand to one. It doesn't seem quite so practical wall wall. Most of the world's attention is east nut by stays press conferences and political jousting beneath the glitzy reputation of the people and businesses working hard against this impracticality to transform their town into a fiscal wonderland. A none have harder than our friends in hospitality. Tina Heidi the general manager of Steinberg. Grand Hotel Belvedere is a veteran hotel. In Davos this will be her eighth year at the five star hotel. Tell Tina help set. The scene doubles gets converted into like a large sag route. is nothing like a village anymore. We we do have lots of the security like thirty thousands of Military and police. You're not allowed to fly over devos. Also for one week we have two and a half thousand attendees just for the West but they come with their entourage than it's on forty to consistency head of state's roundabout five to six hundred journalists. I get very crowded so while the infrastructure is perfect for winter sports holiday. It's less so for an international economics conference walking distance from the half of the convention in Davos Platz. The hundred twenty six rooms of the Steinberg Grand Hotel L.. Belvedere are in a prime location on the always reserved for certain type of clientele. You'll have to be either a head of state or you have have to be a strategic partner off the one economic forum. 'cause we are only allowed to give our complete accommodation to the forum room and the forum than towns like maybe a week ahead will be staying in our hotel. So it's for for delegations for head of State's strategic partners Olney any further up the valley in the village of clauses Shallow Eugenia the epitome of Alpine luxury. Sleeping Up to twenty people. Eugenia comes with an indoor swimming pool sooner and a chauffeured four by four vehicle. Report Longs Dan C. E. O. OF OXFORD SKI leased. The property tells us why Shall Eugenia secluded pleaded location is it's US pay. We find clients lights hosting a private space. I E hotel is obviously tastic. You're sharing it with other people. I Yeah I think a Lotta people whether they are companies will countries thus mrs presidents etc.. If they can have a private shy they can invite people to do that. Space and hold meetings there. Outside of the events of the World Economic detraction of Chalet rental does not stop with visitors us with rental prices inflating to two or even three times normal value those with private homes off approach rupert to rent driver hose not normally available torrential any other time of the but come available. Just pull this week because the demand is saas they can actually rent the house. Let people come in for what we go somewhere else. Go only comeback and you know the money that such influx of guests foot for you expect. Finding the staff would be a challenge but for Tina Grand Hotel Belvedere going from her usual sixty five to six hundred. Fifty employee's is not such a hassle. We have a waiting list actually a very long waiting list of people who want to come workforce during the detail goal summit we have Return as a repeaters of seventy percent from all around the world. It seems the allure of devils is not confined the tendencies of the forum but the sparks surplus of staff Hertel Latina. Still have their work cut out. We have three hundred twenty events events going on in the hotel within three days. That means we're building three temporary buildings with three thousand square meters offer event in space. We are building seventy officers where they can freely meet Have bilateral meetings our day Starts very early. We have lots of breakfast meetings and they usually start at six or six thirty. AM So whether you are preparing a team to jettison for talks folks or a busy honoring. You'll Bobo uniform. Davos will be an action packed few days for delegates and hotel like the logistical labyrinth. That is Davos also remains worth it just to work. But does it suggest that this Bama over four may needs up sticks some point. Perhaps but in the meantime. I'm Tina and Rupert. We'll keep things on track for multiple twenty four on Nicholas too. Many thanks to nick now up next a look at today's Today's papers right. I had the newspapers in front of me. Also in front of me is the openess cat. Hannah hello and thank you for coming in. Good Morning Let's start with the front page of The Times now wonderfully illiterate headline here big ban. Bon Bon backfires Tell us what this is all about. This is the ongoing fiasco of Plans to commemorate eight The League Britain's leaving the on the thirty first with the ringing of Big Ben This has been going on for a little while now but essentially working out one could it be done unto should it be done and then also who should pay for it. The story is reporting the plan's actually now seem to mean further scuppered uh-huh announcement that even if the money is raised. Actually that money couldn't be accepted by the House of Commons is generally. They can't accept money. That's been publicly raised so far. Eastone some kind of triggered all this by saying Bunga Bob. The Big Ben belongs kind of sort of reminiscent of world to Holds of community spirit going to bring us together hugely criticized immediately after he did that. People bring up the fact that actually was people need food. Are you banks whilst there is this homelessness crisis whilst we need money poured into environmental concerns and so on and so on we spending money on ringing a bell to commemorate something that nearly half the population didn't want in the first place. There is outside of things yellow. The criticism has one just been about again the allocation of of money again. Like you said what what the priorities are. Secondly about this idea eventually. Do we want to kind of be too triumphant given. It is such a divisive issue. I think actually on all sides there is now feeding of we do need to move towards a bit more reconciliations saying is this kind of antagonism. That's going to be unhelpful. Typically in the long term but I think also you know not untypically. A of some things done by Boris. Johnson says let's do this great idea. How big not really understood all looked into the detail it said? Actually it might sound like the idea but it's not actually going to be possible But there is a huge movement behind it. I mean we say huge. I mean I didn't quite have time to dig into the figures figures that raised one one hundred thousand pounds in twenty four hours. That doesn't sound that massive to me especially win quite a lot of that money has actually been sort of lineup of usual suspects like Andrea Andrea leads him and Jacob Riis smog who've taken up the charge and made their own donations. It doesn't sound like a huge amount to me. and. Let's just have a look at what's going to happened on the thirty first. In Brussels the British flag flying outside the European Parliament will be lowered on Brexit. Dan Put in palm permanent display as a museum of e history. And that's funded by the taxpayer absolutely and I think the plans of the government announces plans are still relatively vague. That there will be some events to mark the occasion but there's not really been any detail of what that will be again. I think it's an interesting question again. Of How do you get that tone right You know there's no there is a question will it be a bit of a damp squib is often comes with these things you know. The change won't necessarily be seen exactly overnight and again there's no doubt with the occasion Momentus the whether that means it's something that should be celebrated as such as an altogether different question absolutely and particularly ringing bells in the upslope heartland of the place where people voted at Sta. Okay let's move onto the times. Now this is a wonderful story about what's happening in Saudi Arabia. Yes this story is sort of pick some. I mean people will probably recall. Pull that was. I think it was probably about two years ago. Now whether it's been read accusation on women being able to drive in Saudi Arabia. So there's kind of been a suite of a guess liberalization Asian of some of the kind of social and cultural norms particularly around gender roles in Saudi Arabia. So this move to kind of one of the last about sweet. But essentially actually says actually government announced in December that businesses no longer had to separate people attending In visiting them so the coffee shop is kind of. Hey what's been highlighted highlighted so traditionally You'd have areas where single men would sit often pants with even their own entrance and their own cues. And then you'd have a kind of family section.
World's oldest known fossil forest found in quarry in upper New York state
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"three thousand square meters" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A slash from you denture headquarters in London I'm soldier killed hope with his radio business flash on European and U. S. equity futures offense not this morning following a mixed trading day in Asia we're seeing a bit of a stir Jude session ahead of could triple witching in the U. S. session one M. market still trading is the hang sang currently financing home concert not much movement that softened bond yields me while holding on to this week's modest gains were seeing treasuries currently it'll change the US seal crab still near its steepest in more than again made receding recession risks the ten year bond yields also just opening up plot currently at negative twenty three but one space that's really moving is Indian phones they jumped off to the RBI unveiled plans to help spec credit growth the ten year yield currently down fifteen basis points in currencies and keeping a close eye on sterling this morning is headed for its west weekly decline in more than two years cable honey at one thirty it's as traders remain more concerned about Hahn breaks at them the fact we stood out yesterday you are currently holding at one eleven the B. biked all the spots index is unchanged with the yen trading sideways at one nine small three finally oil headed for its third week the game of to treasury sentry Stephen minutia inside the base one trader will be released and signed in early January WTI crude holding that's sixty one dollars a barrel that's the big business class that he's been Gerrans with more almost around the world Sandra thank you starting here in the UK funerals are being held later for the two victims of last month's terror attack at London Bridge Jack merits in Sanski JZ would place in the twenties was stopped at a prisoner rehabilitation event the life of sounds get will be celebrated in Stratford upon Avon and the service is being held for Jack in Cambridge in the US leaders of the house and Senate are inestimable figure the impeachment process we get Nancy Pelosi is holding off sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate that's often Majority Leader Mitch McConnell indicated he wanted a speedy trial that would include arguments from the two sides that may mean no witnesses are called and finally something to serve on the world's oldest forest at an abandoned quarry in New York state full cels from a network of trees believed to have been wiped out by a flood said to be three hundred and sixty eight million years old the U. K. U. S. team have mapped out three thousand square meters of the forgotten forest in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains cable needs twenty four hours a day on it and a quick take piping bag powers by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol than one hundred and twenty countries I'm young parents this is Bloomberg Francine we and thank you so much it's the last Friday before Christmas and new year's meeting many foodies will be wondering where to go for the best holiday meals in London Roger and I were just talking about that where are we going so for all of the latest restaurant news we're very pleased to be joined by Bloomberg TV critic Richard vines that Richard always so much fun to have you in the studio especially just before a festive period I was going to ask you with opening but there's this very juicy fight big fight going on good morning remember this is a family program cannot swear even if we quote some of the people involved by the V. M. J. stuffed among the most successful chefs in London gave them teach the times about preparing Christmas dinner and focusing on Brussel sprouts of all things and the interview a match now I do have a loss and payment Jason just went off again not yet but he's she kind of written a nice comment about the need to review the detectives restaurants and he was very forceful in his opinion of her in the paper printed all of this and then they do just a Twitter storm analysts about six o'clock last night he picked up the public G. saying that seven he respected my Japanese about what I think of it was a quite fun for few I can still get invited to Christmas that's the key thing well yes moving along from the personal towards what to add to the taste based so what sort of years have been from under arrest of both new restaurants I still opening any worry about the con men coats on the backs of the still opening a crazy right I don't think it's been a bumpy arrive the through the one to open this year and to be honest that not terribly exciting laces opening is Davis broke at Claridge's which is that might some popping from New York it's pretty good it's not I thought the become a slam dunk paving respite restaurant was it's just really good expensive hotel restaurant they do to an express lunch for fifty eight pounds which for two courses which includes Brussel sprout salad yeah we have it in front of the read it very creepy briefly so groovy in chicken soup Brussel sprouts I don't see it see it Pollock and Davison Brooks seven yeah I've had a couple times it's pretty good but other than that I'm just crazy for the I. PH I have to say I'm going back again that today it's funny it's it's just like a night club but few having lunch meeting and what not wait wait okay let's take a step back in my club at lunch time well apart from the life you I'm Richard when when you look at it we were just you know joking around with Roger that it is also the the the end of the decade is there a certain theme of what's closing what's popular the note seems like it's very like top as kind of these cool very I guess relax kind of atmosphere yeah definitely relaxed atmosphere even expensive places open Trice look relaxed for example the fact that ships of the restaurant Jeff it which I really like indemnity no table cloths and so on very relaxed but to them his his expensive if you know the other thing people cooking over five still left on for a couple years I'm too than thing really knew come up in the past year or two are we moving away from little things really present you with a meal on a on a shovel or something weird like that well the basics of what my favorite restaurants lonesome place chips Kevin that little supermarket basket and they clean the table with the many who for although I quite enjoy some of them I like the for the basket for us to actually if I find them a like it's something that you wouldn't do at home Roger well I usually chop the price at the end of the day it doesn't matter what it says but the most success rest of this year probably is Gloria and shortage of than if you beat it's crazy French and Italian restaurant packed cues conduct in and everyone loves everyone I know who's been as loved and they open another one right the shekel parodic exactly in that I know about these things me now the heavy beats them yet so I haven't actually because if you really puts me off but yes but everybody that says it's actually amazing chocolate popularity in the in fits right I think it seats about two and fifties he goes right back across block there's still queues outside so this is a it's but it's French but they do like Italian food appalled and are they going to worry about breaks it is coming up is it time for the broader when they will do because they just flew over or stuff from villages in Italy they're the city didn't cafe speaking good she just wants a proper atmosphere we go on a spree of something very English or British any mis pies just briefly a you will have a look at this point which is the best coverage at the I did a test this year with the but never uses great bakeries love them best was Harrods by quite some way as it should most expensive add the techies was top box he's a sober dear right okay so in a way to get all mince pies area which is thank you very much indeed Richard vines that Bloomberg's chief food critic telling us what to have one the next year he also has to do a taste of panic Tony's really want to know what the best panic totals are if you have any with that maybe more Casey okay all right well okay it takes starts in in the case of right this is daybreak this is the this is a.
"three thousand square meters" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Around the world Sandra thank you funerals are being held later for the two victims of last month's terrorist attack at London Bridge Jack merit and Saskia aging's he replaced in the twenties was stopped at a prisoner rehabilitation event the life of Saskia will be celebrated in Stratford upon Avon and the service is being held for Jack in Cambridge Australian prime minister's boss Morrison is cutting short his holiday to Hawaii he's also apologize for taking leave as wild fires ravage his country Morrison's conservative government has come under increasing criticism for its strong support of the coal industry and refusal to put a price on carbon emissions eight people have died since the fire season but come back in August and scientists have found the world's oldest forest seven abandoned quarry in New York state full cels from a network of trees believed to have been wiped out by a flood of said to be three hundred and sixty eight million years old a U. K. U. S. team have mapped out three thousand square meters of the forgotten forest in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains label needs twenty four hours a day on it and quick take by Bloomberg pallets by more than twenty seven hundred Jen listen on the symbol that one hundred twenty countries I'm young Karen's this is Bloomberg rocked gently and thank you for that now on to one of the best read stories on the Bloomberg terminal this morning three men and one woman have been arrested in Hong Kong on suspicion of money laundering links to the ongoing anti China protests the superintendent chan wai Kay says the syndicate is part of an online fundraising plant roof platform for arrested protest as the phone for a rest persons in connection authorization Spock alliance which is a prominent ordinary from raising powerful for the current civil unrest the first five alliance has called out to about fifty meters ask.
"three thousand square meters" Discussed on The Waterfall Podcast
"It's a it's an important thing when a country doesn't look after as farmers and his drivers and the natural earth that we live in, we need to start doing more of that. Giles, you're the head of development for attack, and as much as I marvel at its heights life that are also predicted dudl. That really doesn't see you stopping opposing much. How has the development friends in terms of attacking the work that had stunned bean in the year two, thousand, nine nine. You know two thousand and nineteen was A. Mixed bag for us in so far as The preceding year and we're on a July July cycle without. Yes, that's how reporting works, but if you work to Kennedy as you know we, we ended up in the preceding twelve months in two, thousand, eighteen, hundred and three thousand square meters of built environment, which is significant and the Economy Lost Joey any computer twenty seven thousand meters, I think this we will do forty five thousand square meters that just shows the cyclical nature of real estate In addition, the biggest buildings take longer to build deloitte nearly three journey by the time we finish it. let's forty two thousand square meters of the big black bowling on on the side of the freeway, so mixed bag in so far as didn't get a lot built in in eighteen, nineteen will be a much better for us. I think twenty is going to be a very good year for us to spot the economic headwinds, but it was interesting because we we manage to break ground on a new hotel. We launched our residential scheme. You Lips, which sold exceptionally well. We have completed industrial developments. We've completed commercial developments with planning some retail expansion, so the nice thing about waterfall and the rocks. We haven't wonderful is that we're across the asset classes so as he was saying earlier is that. The commission sake down, and and we're able to be quite resilient in other. Sectors like industrial at the moment, industrials, little bit flat commercials, but flat, grossing residential squad, an interesting spice to be in, so we're in that in a perfect world. We're going to be busy every sector. But. I think a number of schemes that were that are planned for fruition. Twenty, twenty, twenty, twenty in the planning works now in the approval stage. It's counseled approvals that sentinel, Internal approvals with an attack credit, committee Cetera Bank funding, so there's a lot of things that are I mean I'll pop on is definitely. Probably the healthiest of older development of all the recent country. boxed Steve outperforms US on units, but I think that just shows that waterfall above all else is a place that people want to want. WanNa be associated with people WANNA BE WANNA be in its very aspirational. and I think in the commercial space was very nice, rushed to see the continuation of the key blue chip brands. That one a cold Been Essentials Africa. Hit, office PSG OF UP IN JUG head office, an interesting stat that came out from our research. Is that seventy five percent of our corporate tenants Coatesville they South Africa Africa hit us. To that you'll be WC Deloitte censure. Premier Foods So the list goes on, and those are the you know the reason. I waterfall is because of the realistic approach I think the management company has taken. Quality the developments sub developers of undertaken by Steve like century like a tech. And even with the Waterfall Junction and I think the quality is worth bonds. All of us developers together I think we've bought into the vision. We've bought into the fact that we may have to do things slightly different to suit waterfall market, but the market's been responsive, so I think that's it's absurdity crystallized a belief that we're in. We're in the best in the heart of job again in the heart of South Africa and we're..
"three thousand square meters" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"The Middle Finger potato periods are much better person I have known people that kind of pooh-poohed your that doubt if you are now coming around and kind of essentially something your Dick I'll be yeah I mean I would be creaming this all the way home but he's a much better person than me but somebody somebody speeches that he's done so far some videos that they see in the studio been amazing on the play one from ABC that Kinda shows the breadth of the studio and just how amazing it is this video evidence I took an instagram account that color cases the entire place is like a coach service that's taken some of the guests throughout the entire law and talking about what the what each studio is named the order co studio faces they film stuff been it's an amazing three thousand square meters or something like that is amazingly big brothers and it it is amazing space and again it just goes to show just how just how just done dreaming big deal your opinion of keeping your head down in that regard assistant credible place look at it for many television productions a believe they hit shown is leading was wrong and the has also houses in one of our latest show in order to be used in Yeah all the houses are built in the studio to code so people actually living it looked like just cobbled for cades and you know hello student inside they can film in there actually House that you can actually you know living off the use of the studio kind of rented Nulla neutral amazing Thailand Sustainability Kasese Kinda tied into it and just an incredible incredible space overrule they've got exact replica of the White House which is insane which is Socal the oval that he's doing they're just incredible incredible incredible thing all over the place and Isao Stage is named after a famous micon which is incredible to even spike Lee whose long is long term bursary in the film industry someone who hasn't really gave him his name take the years when you both winning your book get old I think the older you get the less primitive people you just start to think you know what this isn't it they decided to kind of squash the beef and kind of buried a hatchet and he's decided to name one off the him to those of amazing spaces there but the one we did it really got me thinking Denzel Washington Studio there won't be that really got me thinking is hoping was he said about what kind of spurred this idea to stop these kind of you know go down this route I think somebody mission happening to the five right WHOA can I see it the here is the type of person he didn't dream big enough list voices here by making sure your dream big this is really a key thing there was a moment that having two thousand five at the legends ball upon people topers legend the first movie not a lot of people knew me in the room and I'm sitting there wondering what it might do it in this room and a lot of Adam sick next minute they said out loud she goes leaving they're seeing that's the first thing you have to get over when you're trying to achieve your dreams I posted something that's hard to kind of get it onto I think sometimes some people think people say the Milwaukee do the less of an imposter syndrome you tend to have ride the Milwaukee to turn out your brain sauce two cats aloke order kind of stuff that avenue archive and Susta makes sense day because didn't shut tonight Talia passats and I can pay the people who else agnew Rubel Okay Cool Debbie look I'm the work I was at this gathering humans there's some sort of similarities happening there but still does feel weird when you read a place in the room with people that you've long admires people that you've kind of watched their brecca's company people that you've floetry magazine people field listen to podcast you kind of absorb every bit of content out there is kind of hard to kind of seal on the same level as them but the moment you do is when we start to realize that all the things that they've done our window reach too that's kind of question you have to get over it touch again tasting it feeling the excitement of what it meant to see a woman a black woman being able to do that spoke to meet in so many ways and I'm on video saying Mr in my cardiac big I'm looking great I said I'm just absolutely and my thing leaving here I'm going to drink bigger entry the so thousand thousand thousand seed that one event is what showed him okay quietly dreaming bigger that's an amazing thing I think we will be that situation where somebody has done something all your money appreciate somebody in your in your social group work that way better because you've known that person for a long time right you can kind of see we know who they are like I don't necessarily have like visiting my my idol is really have like a lofty or like a far opinion or like a I don't see professional blizzard Abba wildly because I went to school would look I oppose right one one of my ex kind of classmates once when I went to school with who I knew back globally I west damage kind of you know a Western legend by law a one club before you can apply for also backing us a kid he says she'd been out west I'm his whole life and I knew him when he was playing for Western when school right he was a good player don't get me wrong but it was nothing I could see that he was probably a notch a level of natural ability that gave him the advantage but there's also this idea that because he was right next to me I could see what I needed to get to see that needs to be a football of course workouts loud but if a way to be a footballer I could see what my level what my ball was what the buys the aim towards because he's right there next to me he's kidding I'm watching TV right and that makes it much CASSIA fee to kind of deal with it also allows dreaming because the hold on if he's doing it I can do it too because he's a kid just let me think for Tyler Perry that must be crucial member to be nice listen to be like no I belong here this should be right seeing somebody that Oprah being celebrated Oh sing just that whole celebration of excellent quote unquote a spider tobacco the oh this should be true this is par trajectory to and I need to kind of focus in dire lynn able to kind of be on that on that path to and I think that's the that's w why a lot of entrepreneurs say to people into changing social group into kind of hanging on says because the route to be successful in just a hardware isn't just the did you do diligence is this idea that surround yourself with people who are also consistently chasing off their dreams who are not spending money on supreme or buying sneakers or going out to random places who are using every amount of coins coming into their pockets to kind of follow into their dream to spending every minute and they have free a new facebook campaigns are too 'cause testing out new marketing strategies or just kind of custody of the hustle is GonNa make you kind of close to be on hustle to because it's something that you can't help it it's an it's an avenue Gamer Gamer essentially you get good too because the Cisco Sicily being exposed at world you're streaming online hanging with him again and again I think that's that's really cool to see and again for me like I if it was me and I was tired Perry I'd be like Middle Finger uh he's a much much better person than I am and he's probably let bygones be bygones but wow what an amazing career and what amazing that he's done by large and then last I pray that way to pay ownership one and it's got me thinking about wild up why why don't more people within the black entertainment industry decided to speech he gave at the bt would early this year we got to give him a lifetime achievement what I think of some sort and he talks about the need for ownership right and the fact that you know talks Oscarssowhite he had to go away and do think but this is kind of what he has to say right this and it got me thinking more intense again maybe it's maybe early the Senate chosen but let's see what has come up the the in the studio was confederate army base and I won't you hear this which meant that there was a confederate soldiers on that face plotting and planning to keep Nine million negroes enslaved now that land Bub one Negro in this too on to help somebody cross while everybody was fighting for a seat in the tables on but Oscar so White House y'all go ahead and do that but why are you fighting for the table I'll be down in Atlanta building my own that's the major speech about ownership but I don't really think people kind of heat will take much notice but something always kinda wondered right we'll do this money convene industry they would just need to be signed you look at the whole laughing complaining that he went to Gaba labeled and he gets obviously when he resigned back toward never made a liberal water progress again maybe in his eyes you know he has a different view of how he was created go and he kind of wants our big neighbour push machine to be behind him kind of pushing down the line he was on the same level as a kid Kadi's drake's if he kind of peer group TJ holes and he doesn't see him being able to do that maybe an independent label maybe being licensing itself but this needs to constantly be situated next to a big brand is very interesting to me especially within the niche community but you've been an under represented so you you'd think that you'd want to be have more ownersh more you think you'd have to have multiple choice of ownership we've been a small I represented community because then it would make your influence more will far far reaching influence more far-reaching because essentially you will have to be you wouldn't have to be dictated by these Bratislava dictate the terms they have to meet your your toes because you you had you have audience you have everything prepared you have your students have cameras you have a ready made audience that are engaged I have to do they don't have to go to them to them to get you have to go to them to get draw they have to come to UTICA doors get the renovation and I've wanted maybe it's a heart maybe it's a harder take like independence in music is difficult to kind of decide to kind of you know go out and find your marketing team Garate and design or design your market run guardian trying to figure out what packing do figure out what the best places to go to radio interviews with these do on your own as a team but there are vice that doing that kind of way so with the support of major label they kind of use the major label this kind of funding machine completely keeping all their operations in house that works as well I would like to see a little bit more of an independent stabbed people just take the lane to be acknowledged it completely on my own and with a sell it from our website I'm GonNa have audit tickets for my own platform a replica TIKKI TIKKI in person company or wherever you may be called do so then when you push away your undeniable and there's nowhere else and there's no way you can take it on your own maybe par up with a big label but again it's an amazing story. Congratulations beside price doers amazing sign on the highway has Saint Taya prestigious than we thought Linda it just completely inspiring and again I think that kind of inspiration we'll go on a ripple through the patches of time and will help you see a lot more than your generation kind of taken a mental on designed to thing if you too because we need more Melissa we've got some very interesting comments from one Casanovas regarding six nine as you are aware six nine is going through or has gone through a big trial in the US he's involvement with the nine trae gyns sending his involvement with gangs in general New York consigning the whole way his career from zero to a hundred is base.
"three thousand square meters" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto
"The how you stumbled upon that. Have you heard some people say, oh, it must be as family on? No, no, no. It was an auction. I mean, foreclosure, basically. Yeah. Because. All the other shop that I had besides my garage where like I was renting. So it was looking for something to buy, and that was a crazy deal like for the mount of money that I paid for that thing in the place where I leave you basically buy one car garage. Yeah. It was a great deal was like the seventh round of auction. They didn't go through. And Finally, I got it. So so you gotta foreclosure auction. The the business there had gone out in the place of sitting yet anchors and creditors waiting for some kind of money came in and save everybody's life. Yeah. That guy build his saying like he said, he spent like three million euro, I don't know if it's real. But I'm pretty sure it didn't pay any. That's why went out of business like just made this been how old is building and self ten years. Not even starting. Any didn't use it? Yeah. The concrete will everything looks like it's important shape. This going to be a lot of work to do. Anyway. Because it's like just a an empty space once the summer kicks in will we see some drone shots. Maybe all yeah. We haven't seen the drone shot. The problem is it's like hundred meter from an airport. So you gotta be careful. Are you gonna carpet it? We'll figure it out. Yes. The whole three thousand square meters carpet because that's what we came We up. came up with a really cool idea. I don't want to say what it is. But yesterday in the airport, we came up with that idea for the interior design. Oh, yeah. I if he does this it's going it's going to be pretty nice. It's going to be really cool. He's got this one simple. I did. And if it happens, it's gonna be it's I think that is going to be revolutionary for us with when it comes to advertisers and had a handle because I had the idea to put that thing that I'm going to say what it is. But then you were like, oh, yeah. Because then you can do that. So you made actually forced the idea. So if it happens, and it'll happen in Jacko's way. It's going to be crazy. So you can talk after show people show. We'll keep in. So. Chocolate was I coming to realize how secretive is and like, we can't even say certain things. I guess sunny Tidende thing like you wanna jink, I totally respect that. Because being in the world of inventors and stuff, and it's almost like it's like here take this precious Faberge egg. But don't drop it canton me like three eggs this week. Big mouth. I got. And I notice like walk in the sight line and go because and say. Looking at the time, wait to see it. What took so knowing what you know now about launching a Kickstarter project would you ever launch another one. Or would you put it any different? It's the best experience ever really the best experience. Yeah. Yeah. I mean because people that by the maker, whatever on Kickstarter, they're not just buying the thing. But there. They're part of the project. They're not just customers..
"three thousand square meters" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast
"The Malaysian Airlines age. Also, remember what the plane free seven seventy. That's the one. Yes. And from this show that I learned actually undecided mountains, so the giant ridges and mountainous lumps of rock that this Yvette actually have their own gravitational. Whole which probably isn't surprising because they huge masses of rocks. They the gravitational pull off them can change the surface level of waves and the water on top. So that's really you mean if it was in tiny flat, and there was no ripples or wind wherever entry certain parts of the ocean. It would dip down lower because the gravitational pull. Yes. So we're with talking not huge amount here. So the gravitational pull of of large undecided. Mountains is big enough to make zeal sea levels dropped by free point nine inches around ten centimeters at the moment. Which is I just had heard of that before very interesting ferry. Interesting deed island to grace fact, this week go on did, you know that human feet sweat about half a pint of sweat day. See I'm surprised at that. Because I think if I was in sweaty feet mode. I understand that. But just normal average apparent knee. And they can swear full pint. I mean, I'd hate to new Burgess fee after running a marathon not as good as probably just going to be like a dehydrated Hoskin my life, very very wet from rivers. There's not worth thinking about. I didn't really know what happens to does. It just kind of stay in your soaks. Maybe just gets absorbed for your socks and trainers. Which is why people have that smelling feet paps? If anyone out there is a foot expert, maybe getting touched that came out slightly if he. That's how much you sweat. Onto story of the week. And this is about Google in Berlin. And so the story is that Google announced this week that it will no longer Eben. It's planned startup hub in Berlin following months years of protests, so Google had planned to open Google campus site in the Berlin district of Croydon Spag, but it faced opposition from activists and neighborhood groups, and it's now said weren't open Google campus on that spot. Instead, it will turn the space into a social house nonprofits, so before we get into this bit mall. What is a Google campus is just an office that they work in. No. So it's not a Google office. Google convers it's their name for their kind of started incubator space. So it doesn't house Google employees. Just enough to run the building. But office co working space and event space to startups the aunt rea associated with with Google necessarily. And so we've got one insured. Which in London the one in Madrid Ted Aviv sow powder. There's a few round the world. And it's they're kind of startup co working space. Yeah. Seems to make sense. So why would people in Berlin not want one there because this is encouraging? Startups into the community making a more vibrant diverse area. So a lot of people in Berlin did want politicians were supportive of the campus. They think as you say it's a good way of attracting business, the area attack supporting the tech scene and Belinda have very strong startup scene. But it's this specific area of Berlin. Where where the company was going to be opened which is called crates bag. That's hip story is does have a reputation of being quite hip, quite trendy. It's very very artistic community, but more important in. This instance, it has a very strong history of left wing, politics, and alternative culture. So there's lots of squats around the beaver more. It was kind of a hot bed of Puncak tippety back in the punk days. And it's still a very sort of politically engaged very left leaning community. And it's also currently fighting. Rapid gentrification like a lot of cities around around the world. But it's kind of the neighborhood has really taken this battle on in a way that we haven't necessarily seen. Elsewhere and many people saw the Google campus as a threat because they thought that it would kind of supercharge gentrification in the area and lead to rising rents for residents and businesses. So it was supposed to be opening in an old electric substation which called the span back, and it's a huge building. Span back. Yeah. Great say, and you know, three thousand square meters massive space..
"three thousand square meters" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"So big inroads in India. Yeah, India, of course, one of the top three markets for smartphones, depending on how you look at it, possibly the top market for smartphones, certainly for growth right now, as China as a market starts to mature and Samsung is not waiting around. You hear about apple sort of toying around with the restrictions on parts being made in India, and they're going to have a factory and they're trying to get some easement so they can open some apple retail stores. Samsung just went and built a factory and now they're opening their biggest store. I mean, that's a statement to say like, we are. Are putting everything we can into the Indian market. It's also a Bengal Aroo which I, it's in an area that is is a big tech hub. But specifically if you're not familiar with it, started in the southern part of the country. And yeah. Why? Why a lot of tech companies watt of a minute. Many of the the the companies that you know and love have outpost there. And so it makes a lot of sense that this would be the right location to expand into India specifically. And here's the thing. This is total side note, but. Bengal or or or Bangla ru is called the Silicon Valley of India. What shouldn't they have some cool like silicon curry or I don't know something more appropriate. Like, you know, we have the silicon hills in the silicon alley and. Yeah, right. Apparently. Splitters the Silicon Valley of India. Yeah. Okay. Well, sounds like a challenge. Let's let somebody come up with something better and then we'll, we'll try to see if it catches on particularly those of you who live in India, maybe already know. Maybe you're like, oh no, there's already, there's already a good one. You know, send it to us feedback at daily tech news show dot com. And also if anybody gets to this store, three thousand square meters, that's huge. Send us some pictures to see it. Looks like in their educational hardware company little bits announced three new kits available in time for the new school year in the United States. Ten dollar base inventor kit includes ten bits that can be used to create all kinds of things. If you don't know little bits, the whole point is they want to encourage kids to mix and match and try stuff, but some of the examples that you can make with the base kit are avoids controlled robotic hand. A smart lamp, an intruder alarm, keep your siblings out.
"three thousand square meters" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"And some of the freak out will happen and that sometimes changes things, but I don't like it at all. As we saw with the GDP are rules made in Europe, sometimes have affects around the world just because it's easier for a company to implement once everywhere than to try to go region by region. Testers of the windows ten, October two thousand eighteen update have noticed a dialog box launches when installing chrome or fire FOX that says you already have Microsoft edge. The safer faster browser for windows ten. Those pop-ups can be turned off in settings. Oh, man. Why? This is the old Microsoft. This is not the new kinder, gentler, Microsoft of such and Adela that we're seeing. This feels like the old Bill Gates, Steve bomber, Microsoft, where you do whatever you can to try to knock out the competition. But I mean, it's not like Microsoft is the only. Apple every so often is trying to get me to to to use safari as my default browser. I feel like we've been doing this Schumer and fire FOX. Does it to where they say like, hey, we noticed chrome. As your default browser, would you like to change to fire FOX? I've seen that, but that's different than doing it at the operating system level where windows like, hey, we know we own most of the marketplace out there. So before you even get that browser installed, we're going to ask you if you really want to be doing that, I feel like that's a little different in Microsoft. In Apple's case, like today, you can't watch the keynote on anything, but apple stuff and safari is a good example of that. So watch it on edge on windows. You could also watch it on Twitter. Yeah, you watch on lots of stuff, but my point is if you're gonna watch on a browser desktop and you run it in chrome, it says, sorry, not supported. Turns out, it's only going to happen. It's furry. So there's an example of them kind of nudging people. Sure. This is so overt where they say you already have Microsoft edge. The say. Safer faster browser for windows ten implies that they are literally the safer faster browser. Both of those things could be argued at the very least. Or or outright refuted in us sung opened its largest mobile store in Benguela ru on Tuesday. I like that is pretty good. The three thousand square meter store in good mobile devices, other consumer electronics and service center that they'll have their comes two months after Samsung opened its biggest smartphone plant in New Delhi..
"three thousand square meters" Discussed on The Guardian's Audio Long Reads
"Leonardo del vecchio is the patron legend and haunting spirit of the global business he is citizen kane and his captain ahab his father died before he was born his mother was poor and he was raised in an orphanage in wartime milan when you went out to work as a metal engraver at the age of fourteen in nineteen sixty one delvecchio opened a workshop in the town of gorda and the dolomite mountains he was twenty five and starting out on his own the valley around a gordo was emptying out because the closure remind and the town was giving away land to companies who are willing to move their delvecchio ask for three thousand square meters on the riverbank to build a factory to make parts for spectacles he had a young family and in time he built a house next door to the workshop so he could step from one to the other starting his day at three am over the next half century delvecchio grew his company which was called like sorta into the world's greatest maker of glasses frames in an industry that was traditionally fragmented and smallscale the totality of delvecchio ambition took his rivals by surprise he sought to control every element in the business from the metal alloys of the hinges to the stores where i wear is sold never assume that you've arrived or look at the world as you're only point of reference he liked to say in a series of audacious takeovers delvecchio acquired brands such as rayban oakley and puzzle and signed contracts with fashion houses such as armani ralph lauren and chanel he built factories in china acquired vision insurance schemes in the us and retail chains on four continents since nineteen four delvecchio has been italy's highest individual tax payer and the country's second richest man a few years ago people thought his career had run its course but in january two thousand seventeen at the age of eightyone delvecchio now.