22 Burst results for "Tova l"

Therapeutic Video Game on Trial

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05:56 min | Last month

Therapeutic Video Game on Trial

"Today's episode covers the topic of Digital. Therapeutics given that earlier this month. The FDA approved its first ever prescription video game. And since this is journal, club, we go into one of the key clinical trials, underpinning this historic decision published recently in Lancet digital health by Scott Collins and colleagues, which evaluated this games ability to improve attention and kids with attention, deficit, hyperactivity, disorder, or adhd. Are Sister podcast. Sixteen minutes on the news also covered this topic debating the bigger picture. Questions of what is an isn't a digital therapeutic and where pricing and regulation comes in. You can find that episode at a Sixteen Zero Dot. com forward slash sixteen minutes. A sixteen. Biodiesel Team Partner Former MD entrepreneur. Justin Larkin joins me in this discussion where we cover the pros and cons of this video game compared to traditional pharmacological therapies. The game specifically targets the attention impairments in twelve year. Olds by having them help an Avatar navigate digital environment in the face of other distractions. We also discussed how the randomized controlled clinical trial or are. CT was designed the limitations of the study and the open questions to be addressed. Will you begin with what question this paper answers? Video game via digital therapeutic and I think this paper resoundingly answers that question of yes, a video game target, a specific mechanism of action can have advocacy to cross that threshold of being considered at their pubic, but then I think more importantly is. Can this specific video game have an impact on a child with Adhd? To the point where it could be considered a tool in the toolkit of physician, treating this patient and I would argue the resounding answer from this is certainly this is considered, both because it there's an obvious benefit, but also the risks associated with it proved to be pretty minimal. There's plenty more research to be done, but I think this does a great job at answering that in the subsequent FDA decision just went on to reinforce study further. My favorite part of the paper was getting to watch that supplemental file, showing the kids video game and see what the kid seems and being able to connect that to kind of the goals of the game. If you're to watch that video outside of. The context of knowing that this was coming from a digital therapeutic company or clinical trial. You probably wouldn't know that it was a digital therapeutic. You'd probably think it was any other game that our kids are playing these days, but I think the opportunity for digital therapeutics that creates an environment where a therapeutic can actually be enjoyable, can actually be entertaining, and the really cool thing about this program is that it learns it's able to know what the kids ability is, and then Taylor the game, and how hard it is based on how quickly they pick it up and it's always responding to that level of engagement as a kid learns to adopt those skills. If you think about nutritional therapeutic lake uphill. There's opportunity for real time iteration of the therapeutic. There's no ability to say hey. This person is responding great, so we're going to cut the sing off. This person isn't responding, so let's up titrate the dose. Where in the game there's this ability in real time to iterative on how the person's experiencing that there. Yeah. I've known kids with ADHD and some days. They have good days and some days. They have days where it's more difficult being able to have that happen. Real time seems really appropriate for this type of condition. I think it's a really great match. Between kind of underlying mechanism, underlying patient characteristics in the method of delivery of the therapeutic, so there's proof of concept evidence from previous studies. This therapeutic video game can help kids with Adhd, but this particular study really test that hypothesis with sophisticated and careful clinical trial design, so let's dig in now to some of the important details of the study, the built upon the pita studies by having truly randomized controlled trials. So this is where there's a control group women interventional group getting developed intervention, but then also importantly, all of the researchers involved were blinded to the intervention. Of Selves and the patients themselves are blinded to whether in the intervention group or not, so the control group also got a video game, and it was a word search game that it also learned was also rewarding, and also had a lot of the same kind of game design elements, but that video games doesn't target those same pathways that are issues. ADHD, an important is also used a method called the intention to treat meaning all of the people that were initially stratified into the two groups were included in a statistical analysis, regardless of whether they completed or not so really meeting at the top level criteria what it means to be a rigorous are ct for therapy. Yeah. This study is pre registered, and so the idea behind Predrag distraction. Is that you as a researcher? Lay Out exactly what you're going to do before you ever do the study how you're going to collect the data how you're going to analyze that data, and importantly you determined to be a significant outcome before you look at any of the data and that really help prevent that kind of post talk. We looked at the data. We see this as significant. Therefore, this is important. You're saying from the start. This is important and will only know if our study is successful if it meets this particular endpoint. To Study Island, importance of having got foresight in the design, but also another thing that was interesting in the study was the choice of outcome metrics traditionally adhd research. A lot of the outcomes have been focused on the number of different metrics and batteries of surveys, subjective measures to assess symptoms of adhd whereas this particular study use a measure called the Tova Api. That's Te'o via API, which is really focused on assessing objectively attention. They picked an outcome that really got out. Some of the core impairment comes along with Adhd and then a lot of circumstances is equated with some of the challenges. Kids have in the classroom and other settings.

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George T. Wilkerson on Crimson Letters: Voices from Death Row

PEN America Works of Justice

04:49 min | 2 months ago

George T. Wilkerson on Crimson Letters: Voices from Death Row

"Hi torch. Thanks for joining us today. I wanted to start by just asking you how you are I know the conditions are really fraud in a lot of prisons during the pandemics. I'll have things ben for you. That's a good question I've actually been asking myself that question since the pandemic began so as a writer. You know that's a poem to China. Capture is all these different little pieces and maybe try to bring it together If you'd like to hear it would love to. You don't mind sharing okay. I call this Imprison during Tova Nineteen Myself. Isolating family. No longer visits me. We must keep everyone arms flat in the curve of yearning for connection with strap on masks before exiting fill many of US shelter in place. Instead we switch away from those who call for sneeze the consequences of getting sick as a constant topic of conversation. Everybody knows the terms. Medical inattention only had it or sentences and prison. It's like a love marriage. We disguised a few cleaning chemicals. Get feeling mellow yellow steady green bottles with blue window cleaner pink four so clear incitement. They become contraband. If inside ourselves camouflaged amid our sodas we try not to accidentally drink again. We stockpile wronging coffee batteries. Soap and fantasy money from our families drives up last. Perhaps two months meal takes longer and longer to reach is week. Sometimes if press most of us would admit the feeling increasingly lonely abandoned forgotten nevertheless we check the news all day praying to recognize the names of people victimized while buying toilet paper and then the pandemic began and change some things. I approve. The prison prohibited all visitors. Now my family couldn't visit even if they try next to prison. Clothes ARE BARSHOP. So many of us would like mangy savages. Then the prison issued uniform math. The All of US flimsy black fabric on which we can relax veneers of indifference. We had kittens flexed on our faces to reward for not writing. The prison started playing movies from Netflix. Every day then posted a memo to warn us any non compliance with corona virus restrictions. We'll be punished. That is to get too close to anyone now. It's pay ten dollar five. Plus weeks and the whole the prison is enforcing not just encouraging the social isolation to gauge the mandate spacing. We may stand apart extending our arms toward each other. Fingers may not touch that succeed. The right distance is long Gravy de. That was beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing I really resonated a bad thing just like you know the isolation and the sphere and that constant want to check the news I think is really overwhelming you also I really love the line about. They're trying to reward you not writing and playing net flicks to keep you distracted so glad. You're still finding time to write like that. Think it's important that your documented for sure. 'cause you know one thing. I've seen out there. It's like all this emphasis on the Consequences of all the social isolation. And I've heard a lot of specialists women news on NPR describing just the detrimental effects of just `isolation. And I was like. That's what prisoners go to all the time Even before this pandemic so I wanted to like you know. Create this sympathy between two reader outside of prison than like personnel out of prison and just show like all these things that people can resonate with actually just the everyday way of life in prison and the pandemic just made

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"tova l" Discussed on F**ks Given

F**ks Given

05:45 min | 4 months ago

"tova l" Discussed on F**ks Given

"Again fuck. Fuck that made me say that. No I don't think so. This is something that changed me Made me the person that I am today. I think like I can say what I'm very interested in seeing or experiencing as I went to I went to a sex party recently. I was invited through. Yeah through killing kittens and so I went to a couple of their events. Actually and I didn't take part was there and it was very interesting to see like the the whole seeing people have sex. Is I have this whole theory about women's sexuality how women's equality is not actually linked to mend despite the fact that we are told that it is and we're brought up to to Kinda of like believe it in a way so killing kittens are female. Leads you know. Kinda COMPANY. It's all about like women empowerment. Women go and women's set. The rules and men are not supposed to come to talk to women you. It's supposed to be the other way ran but for me. I still felt in that environment that it was still very much for the sake of men people same. It was yes. It's it's still through the male gaze. Even though there are more females in the room. It's still very much through the mail. Gays and I went to two events. So it's not like I've just been to one and the first one was a cabaret show and even in terms of the performances which were beautiful. They were all female gorgeous women on stage with their booths. Adam lovely bodies and I thought are you catering for it's supposed to be the women's so why aren't they are gorgeous men rather than it being more a bit of both okay but but it wasn't even just that because I know that what they do and what they're trying to do is brilliant so I think it's more it's more something that's at the back of our minds? Actually that needs to change so one of the things that I was really interested in doing is actually going to an event. That's all females. Because I I'm really interested to see how Women Act in sexual environment that has no men in place is the energy different is a different. You know we're taught from such an early age how to orgasms for movies. The whole I'll that and I'm thinking when I'm out surveyed in the bathroom I sound nothing like that. I I you know my posing is very is not as beautiful as I do when I have a male partner with me and I'm like I'm like change different fans and I'm thinking so you know all of this is for their sake. It's not real. Not just women have sex in an environment that doesn't have men in it. would really. Maybe that will change me. Who KNOWS A? We would really recommend going to a a sex party where it's an all inclusive or sexuality context polity like somewhere like crossbreed or even a faddish party because the the scene is so different than on. I felt like we kitchens. It was very like straight and men ruin suits and women look like you know very sexy but it was very again for the male gaze so going to something that's especially like maybe more fetish orientated. I definitely felt as a hugely different energy. That on the gays is completely different. Because you've got people who say that you've got people who are trans you've got people of all different agendas sexualities among like mature gardens or something else torture. Cotton's good begin a place to go. It's it's very. It's very good for boy ristic purposes. I'm watching because there's a lot going on. They have different rooms. They have rooms for the beginning. You go in the doll can be with your partner or you can just sit there and watch just thinking show and they do put on shows a box. I would say if you will if you all looking for somewhere to actually take off than going somewhere like cross-breed or Cover so many names. I forgotten them but Torture Your Garden is is has gotten so big at the moment but it's it's a great experience greedy highly recommend. Go that if you WANNA watch and find out more often. It's interesting like I. I've I mean I I don't know if it'll change me again but like I i. I'm very curious again. Not For not for participation for me. 'cause it's not for me. I'm not looking for female partners. It's just not for me but I would very much like to be in that environment. I find that very very intriguing. I know there's also another one called skirt parties. Screw your friend. My friend of mine goes to that and that's all women but a lot of them you know. They're they're well. She's she's married so like this like you said the women who were would say that they're buying your straight as the riot in and they have socials as well like two comments like it's more about socializing in chatting than also playroom. Yeah interesting. So that's my goal. That's my goal for any twenty heartfully. I mean sex parties where he'd be happening if current Enviros actually killing legs zoom parties..

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"tova l" Discussed on F**ks Given

F**ks Given

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"tova l" Discussed on F**ks Given

"For each other number four the worst so after I had separated from my then husband. I moved to London for a few months to work and save money and the plan was to then come back to London to go into to go into a and then I was I was waitressing somewhere. In Kensington for awhile and again after a long time of no says day one one of the girls. That was working with me said. Oh we're going back to you know my boyfriend's house and his friends is GonNa come and he was quite good looking and I thought you know what I'll have another one night stand. I'm coming across with like somebody who's had loads of Y. Class I have. I'm GONNA do it. I'm going to do it anyway. Because again. Like she knew has great is fine. We're going by her house whenever we had so much to drink and like I think that's kind of always a really. I think we needed a lot to drink because it was very awkward because unlike the other guy no before report so I didn't know him. He was like a total stranger. So that for me was the first and it was a bit intimidating and I struggled so I had to have a lot to drink and I guess he felt the same way so he had a lot to drink and you know what happens to men when they happen to drink whiskey to become get hogged and it just didn't it just did not work like he just couldn't get an up Expedi- rain Amberg and this and looks awesome. 'cause I laughed and.

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"tova l" Discussed on F**ks Given

F**ks Given

02:52 min | 4 months ago

"tova l" Discussed on F**ks Given

"They're not matthew. They're the little one go. Mike Lindell ones. They're very tasty by the way. Not after you designed just in general do very very tasty yes but I remember when I came into the UK. And I saw these massive. Look back you're never gonNA look cucumber again now. After this I come I feel like the men in Israel hot went to cool tag league where they buy and that was like one of the most incredible experiences in the army guys goes as well. I was like dying a home. The units uniform. You know uniform. Everybody looks so hot policemen and I'll be like yeah your uniform. My uncle fuck three the best faulk. I think like maybe not. Everybody can relate to this but somebody who's had long term partners than I think I've had good sexual experiences because I think like sex gets better when you're with a long term partner and for me at least it has so I I you know I've I've had been married to for ten years in our sex life. I'm happy with and it's gotten better and I had my long term boyfriend. The first boyfriend I was happy with his exit anyway. But this is the story after I had my divorce. 'cause I'm married now. Second time I again. I was in a relationship for a very long time. And he would somebody who was very sexual and we had a good sex life and I was happy with it and the relationship went really sour at some point and we should have broken up like way before we actually did Burma Baba and for a very long time. There was no sex in the relationship before it actually added and when we separated but we were still kinda like in the process of separating I had like a one night stand with somebody but I knew him so it was somebody that I did have like some sort of report but we had never had sex together and I will never forget the morning after like that sex. I went to have a coffee with my mom and my friend and my best friend and they both looked at me and you.

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"tova l" Discussed on F**ks Given

F**ks Given

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"tova l" Discussed on F**ks Given

"The poor boy even auto broker with my so I I think I think even though I guess you'll solve saying that your virginity is kind of when you break the hyman but I guess it's kind of different for everyone and died during my time to get a lie I went. I was masturbate. Iguana was younger. I used to like Habra Shampoos Masao like Deodorant Hill. So I probably lost. Yeah I probably lost it myself as well you know. It's it's really important to remember. We don't have to have our Jenny being that. First penetrative sex a lot people don't have edited set for the first time all of it even insight might be a a sexual situation they didn't want to be in so we do believe that you're allowed. You're entitled to have your virginity with any moment in your life that you want. It could be the first time you did it with your first lover or it could be the first time you fought yourself. It doesn't have to be that cucumber. Oil doesn't have to be the one that was like well couldn and you felt when he shit from. I love cucumber because I always wanted to secretly you compass nick. You know way because the cucumbers in Israel are not like the cucumbers year in the UK..

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"tova l" Discussed on F**ks Given

F**ks Given

03:30 min | 4 months ago

"tova l" Discussed on F**ks Given

"Well actually we can see face this time in our own homes so in isolation say. Thank you for doing this now. Thank you so much for having me. We're still in old. Quarantine looked out in London because of the corona virus so with this is another Virtual Fox. Give an episode. But it's actually quite okay now we can see each other. It's nice to see your face. Tova looking gorgeous. Look thank you. I mean I've made a decision like I committed to showering getting dressed and putting up a little bit of makeup every day even though I have nowhere to go nothing to do. Like that's my. It was my decision. It's my quarantine decision. Tova Tallow curious. Fuck is a little bit about yourself. Wow okay well I am I'm a content creator I guess which is a like it's annoying because once upon a time like influence there wasn't annoying word and then everybody started calling content creator and I feel like I need to make up a new name for what I do now. Because that's kind of annoying but I do. I'm sense at video format and I also right and I just recently wrote my first book which is called. Fuck hit forty. Yeah and it's available everywhere Amazon Book Etcetera and Yeah I talk about the topic I mean I started out like talking about kids and being a mom and parenting but my content. Now release about anything to do with women and You know having a midlife crisis which is Kinda like what my book is about Sexuality Masturbation Etcetera Etcetera Etcetera. Lucky and got see you live. Because you've been going around touring with kind of like Don dock kind of Houmadi wild. You know what I say at the beginning of my show that I'm not a comedian because I want to make sure that if it's not funny nobody expected it's been like it's a bonus was funny. A deafening what's funny really. I think you had a lot of really great things to say about getting older. Unlike m learning new things about your sexuality Like sex shot for the first time already lights story having somebody's opinion news Jose was a lot older. That sounds really really sorry. I meant actually. I knew you were going to say and I was taking it as a compliment. Because actually what? I'm about ten turning forty. Is this feeling of like I'm forty now like I'm smarter? That comes with age. I could be like the dumbest person but I am. Forty place you. You're older than we are. It's somebody to have that life experience just because as much as Florence than I go to the teenage phase. We not fucking everything. Of course we have much more to life than having kids dealing with shit that we haven't even dreamt of Yep being voyeurs but now it's great because I have followers that are older and by the way I'm not forty and forty floors. So.

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The Skeptics Guide

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

09:25 min | 4 months ago

The Skeptics Guide

"Hey guys and Evan Bernstein practicing social distancing via podcasting since two thousand five fifteen years of preparation to this moment paying off talking about the fact that it's good that we have is entirely. I accept that stage. Show thing that we're training up around the time. Hot cast over the A lot of it is online so evan. We missed you last week but I missed you guys. She is doing well thank you. I appreciate the people who have written to me privately and sent well wishes and everything. I've expressed the Jennifer. She very much appreciates it as well. She is on the mend so nice. Yeah so we're getting to the end of our second week of lockdown You know we're managing. We're making adjustments. I think I think a lot of people are learning ways to keep busy to restructure their life. You know I do think that You know people are settling in for the long haul. You know like the First Week. You're like all right. I can do this. You know this is just. You're thinking a week you know like you're not really wrapping your head around the fact that wow this could really go on a long time now. In the second week I'm hearing from a lot of people started to really hit them like this could be while we gotta really make adjustments to our day-to-day structure. You Know Yep yeah I mean bottom line is it's just a life changes and Cara was saying before the show that she's off her schedule right. Everybody's off their most people are off their normal schedule. And you gotta you gotta get creative. And you've got to work with everyone you know you gotta you're cooped up with whoever you're cooped up with maybe up. God forbid you're alone you know some people are alone. A lot of Get on Google hangouts in touch with people like that. They are actually starting to try and like I think the. Who and a lot of larger organizations are wanting to start to phase out the phrase social distancing and phase in physical distancing because you need to be social Right yeah because we don't want to encourage people to not have psychological wellbeing like we need to be in touch with people that we love just not physically in touch because it is hard and also I struggle with this like if I don't have to wake up for on the calendar I will sleep. I will just sleep and sleep and sleep on the couch rolling over like A. I'm going to eat. And then Rollover Watch. Tv Rollover and fall asleep. I Know Har- of a alternates. Cara in some alternate universe. If only you knew somebody who works from home. I have the worst kind of like work from home hygiene and Yeah. I know people who are so good at waking up taking a shower putting on shoes like into their clothes and put. That's crazy talk. That's and that's how they maintain a sense of kind of sanity. Shoes on negative measures are no shoes onto underwears completely optional. This point seriously like three days I should probably change from. It show. It's interesting. Those are all day day schedule is actually not different. This is nine Donald quite as many patients and their online. It's all telehealth but I have to be dressed professionally so I have to. I'm dressing the same way I do for work just sitting in front of my computer rather than going does structure my day. Who there's a. There's a joke there with Dr above the Waist Party boy on the. I don't know something like that can. I'm doing therapy online. But no I'm doing therapy over the phone. I'm doing therapy but but it's over the phone so it really doesn't matter what I look like which it's tough. I still go to office because yeah I'm considered essential. Yeah as an accountant. Yeah they carved out a notch for us at least in the state of Connecticut. They did in which we can go in and I do have clients who still want to see me. They're all in one on one appointments and we're doing all the correct things keeping the ceiling wiping down. Definitely the six foot rule and limited contact. There's even elbow bumps at this point you know we've just stops all all touching right. How typical is Yale's stash of tests across lake other hospitals because I have been the most insane horror stories of people going into the hospital with a fever and a cough getting tested for strep and influenza and when they find those negative saying unless you've been exposed to somebody who traveled outside of the country? We cannot afford to give you a task. You my is sick in bed with what I think is Tova. And they're like can't do it. We don't have enough test to go around. A friend of mine from medical. School is on the front lines in New York State. That has the most cases each other's zoo that they're basically just trying to separate the covert cases from the non code cases. And they are. They are overwhelmed. So yeah and there's a critical shortage of PPA the personal protection stuff. So don't definitely don't hort. Don't buy masks. If you're not a healthcare provider we're going to be talking about some specific things you know in the beginning of the news items as well but really don't anything you feel like you need to do to to protect yourself that involves You know hoarding something or getting something. You probably don't need to do it. And you're probably taking away a critical resource from healthcare providers. So you really should only be doing it. Under your doctor's advice is a sort of good rule of thumb. You don't try. Don't try to short-track anything. Feel like you've got like the inside scoop on something and you're going to be doing something to give yourself in edge. You're probably going to be doing something counterproductive if you do that you know. I've been in lockdown now. I think almost three weeks here in la it was only mandated within the last week or two. But I self quarantined early. Just because that's what health officials were saying we should do. I left once for the grocery store and that was it. Been getting my groceries delivered but last Friday. I was actually asked to go into the studios. Kcet which is one of the networks involved in the kind of family of networks here in Southern California and I filmed a bunch of content for their at home learning initiative so between KCET PBS. Oh Cal and The LA USD The Los Angeles Unified School district. They came up with a bunch of great curriculum for all kids like starting in kindergarten. All the way up to twelfth grade and I got to film a bunch of stuff for all of the math and science content so if you're in southern California highly recommended if your kids are home and they need you know. They're not in school yet because school hasn't come back online yet. Show them show them case. The there's a lot of great programming at home learning. I think it's like pbs dot org slash at home learning to learn more about it. I'm not sure if outside of southern California it's available it may be online though so I would still give it a try. Lots of also a good time for the teaching company and this is just kind of but they have lots of content. They are producing some special content. Because you know people are at home and hungry for it and that's good quick quick update on the numbers so as you're recording this. The number of confirmed corona virus cases. Four hundred sixty eight thousand two were approaching half a million number of deaths is twenty one thousand one hundred and eighty five so unfortunately the death rate is going up The the current death rate if you just count completed cases closed cases is sixteen percent. Wow if you look at all cases it's four point five percent so that the death rate that's probably because of Italy because it'll really hit hard and Italy has. I was really. I was interested in why it leaves getting hit so hard and we know that a lot of it is the way cultural edged but but we also know that they have a much older population. And that because it's not so much. Why are they getting hit so hard? It's wise their death rate so high compared to everybody else's her number of cases and yet it seems to be the case that they have a very aging population lack of two. Yeah they don't have enough they don't have enough just like everybody else doesn't have enough. But they were severely short in as far as ratios goes my understanding but I also was reading across the board that they actually have a pretty decent health in frustration last year and it was really good And north heads like we might not even have beds but the fact that they so. It's a combination obviously of factors but it does seem to be the case that like the actual age of the general population skews significantly older and Italy and we know older. People are at highest risk right and so that that does seem to affect the number of people who who die per the number of people who get the disease and also as we know this may be an underrepresentation. It may be an overrepresentation because there is we absolutely. Don't know the real number of people with With Co with

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Lights, camera, Oscars: Meet the creators decolonizing Hollywood

Unreserved

06:11 min | 6 months ago

Lights, camera, Oscars: Meet the creators decolonizing Hollywood

"Next guest has thought a lot about raising the visibility of the indigenous lands that La is built upon and about the indigenous tribes that have called L. A. Home for Millennia. To Not Zine Carmelo is Tova and her tribe has called the L. A. Area home long before the Hollywood he would sign mark. The hillside to on-scene is an actress. You might know her from Steven Spielberg's miniseries into the West or TV shows like Undone Z.. Z. Nation or the Sun just to name a few I've reached non seen in her home in La. Hello and welcome. Thank you could be here so when you see the Hollywood sign there on the hill something so iconic to l. a.. What do you think about? Oh what do I think about too much. Oh I don't see it like everyone else sees it I would imagine As a Tonga Person. Yes and of course the word Tonga me people of the earth and Part of our belief is that we are part of the earth. And you're part of us and so when I see the beautiful Hollywood hill I actually see the hill and feel like if you know part of me as traditional person so it's kind of part of our history and Lore but with this funny white sign on it. That's the way. Yeah no as Tong long actress living and working. LA IN LA. How would you describe the visibility of the Tonga in in Los Angeles visibility has has been really remote actually for railing on time and I think currently people are kind of starting into wake up slowly but I think that we live our ancestor lands are very were and are on highly? Highly desirable land is prime real estate and was deemed that from the very first moment we are also like I contact tribe so you know whatever happened to whatever happened to all the other tribes in the Americas happened to I've anymore magnified in in condensed and very rapid fashion Because Orlando so desirable and so. I think that's something that people have have really wanted to not think about for a very very long time and I think people are starting to think about it. You know as an turning to wake up from it all and so Our survival I mean really had to go underground and a lot of ways some of the head intermarry with the other tribes that were surrounding But still remained on our land. Some of US Had to leave the land. Some of US went away for a little while. which was my family? We actually really lived on the reservation for awhile and then came back so we all have very street a descendant so it's very complex. Dude Dude. Very confusing Do a lot of people I think. And it's very unique as well because that's part of our history and who we are as a drive was on very very desirable land. Yeah now you've been working in Hollywood for quite some time now What is your take inexperience? in regards to indigenous indigenous representation in TV and film I think it's been evolving slowly and is on its way to being a little bit more creative. Created a little less stereotypical but it has a long way to go and Yeah you know the evolution has still been Kinda a slow drip but it is happening. I do see different roles that are kind of various epochal but there twists to them. And there's new the ideas that are interjected into them that maybe people haven't seen before For instance my role in the nation. which is you know sci-fi Apocalyptic Zombie show? Oh it's different from what you typically have seen in the past. Yeah what have we seen in the past. How would this kind of role compared to something we would see ten ten or twenty years ago? Native folks would probably very marginalized and very Supporting supporting roles. Yeah Yeah and definitely not characters that had motivations in any you know that that were pertinent to the story line or name Casus ACIS right or evening exactly. That is something that we've been working towards. I think collectively as native people and It is happening but very slowly to Nancy. We started talking about the Hollywood site. But something bigger than Hollywood that you want people to know I always would like people to consider the fact that California actually has always been the home of indigenous people Historically pre contact pre European Times It actually the home to more tribes and and more people indigenous people than all of the United States put together and our presence here has always been very strong and it remains strong wrong today and in particular Tong. Land we have a religious venture that was kind of the hub of all of the surrounding Native tribe in southern California the significance religion on that was based in Long Beach and so that area has always been essentially a cultural the center for indigenous peoples. So it's just kind of not ironic but it's no accident that this is Centre for indigenous these people as it has been historically. Thank you so much for sharing with us today. Think you turn on. Zine Carmelo is a tongue. Actress reached her at her hole in. La

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How a double murder inspired a new politics in Slovakia

FT News

04:30 min | 1 year ago

How a double murder inspired a new politics in Slovakia

"Six years ago Seon chappie Tevita was little nine lawyer fighting the expansion of a toxic landfill site outside the Slovak capital brushes lava now, she's a surprise front-runner to become Slovakia's next. President Ben whole discusses horizon to permanence with James shorter. The premier Allah signal is with Artie Al accent modem via victim Choya not as common here. Impose many that's major swollen volley. Tree. I've only key. That was Susannah choppy Tova reacting to her convincing win in the first round of Slovakia's presidential elections at the weekend. She was promising to bring a liberal socially, progressive more ethical approach to her country's politics. James? Can you give us an idea of her background and her work as a lawyer? Yes, does that Chapter chapter. phones in sadaqa when she spear depend pain against the expansion of toxic waste sites in which is a small town outside practice lava from what she comes. Then she also was involved with the campaign to get some controversial pardons issued five metre was back years from leader the nine hundred ninety s. That was seventeen after that she entered politics last year by joining progressive savannah here, which is a new off you that hasn't yet Johnston in national elections department of that was basically her entry into so auditees the campaign for the presidential elections began this year and even several weeks into that she wasn't really that high in the polls puts office of these performances three election debates and the withdrawal of another moderates opposition candidates. She jumped dramatic be the polls that was basically the backgrounds to force on Saturday where she ended up reading more than double the vets of ideas, China and pretty strong physicians essentially win the presidency outright in the second round jeopardy overs riding away of public revulsion over corruption in Slovakia. To understand that you've probably got to go back to the murder of the investigative journalist. Jan Kushciak and his fiancee just over a year ago. Tell us what happened. Yes, exactly said, this was a horrible story. I mean, basically Yang could say he was young Mesquita reporter with the website actuality. He and his John say were found having been shot at their home in February last year, the peaceful quick to link the kidding to concerts is investigative reporter. He didn't educated various cases of businessmen with links to politics and Slovakia the investigation took a long time. But please lost year charged four people in connection with the killings. And then the last week just two days before the election. They finally charged with ordering the murder now over was very good at tapping into this sense of anger, but corruption that the killings in the back these leave them to investigations go option and poor campaigns was against evil and her back found desert on painting lawyer played very well with people who were. At up with the option that said, I guess still has the outpouring of sort of public anger following kucera's murder was really pretty extraordinary. I think the country's biggest demonstration since the velvet revolution of nineteen thousand nine. So what did it reveal the state of the action was due to chief as one was? He was shocked. This is such a young reporter is John say it'd been killed. But the second was this frustration with corruption which many people still feel even fifteen years after twenty years Fawzi bigger part of their lives. I remember talking to people at the time is just telling me everyday stories one woman. I remember was why is you have to pay it. Why if a mother ended up meeting medical treatments that she was fun to q another young guy business was telling me that it's almost impossible to win attend. If you didn't have contacts. So I think the killings highlighted problems. These feelings of frustration us Louis being that to

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"tova l" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

09:33 min | 1 year ago

"tova l" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"More Tova to join the title for today's Podcast is revenue operations and we're focused on how the role of revenue operations is advancing marketing and sales alignment and we're going to explore the impact of the efforts across business jeans and Tiana is the director of sales operations and enablement at a six software and <HES>. I'm really excited to have her joining. I can do a little bit of a background quickly by way of introduction of Tiana and then we can just dive into the conversation Cool Tiana and I actually we I collaborated together in two thousand fourteen and I'm really excited to be chatting with her again. You know she's just incredibly smart professional in this field and we worked together when market wired <hes> brought us and brought in demand lab to work on their MARCHETTO programs and <hes> we were able to connect when some of those projects reached into the sales office in the operation side at the the help right so around C._R._M.. <hes> lead life cycle title that the handover between marketing to sales her career started in marketing which I also think is a really unique advantage where she knows she started off there really early on using marketing automation with a real emphasis around operations uh-huh and analytics that eventually led her into sales operations and enablement found that that really was her sort of true calling if you will Tana's also the founding member of sales enablement societies Toronto chapter she also very active contributor to the revenue operations networks so I'm really excited to have you joining us today. He's got such a strong history such a great passion for Building Revenue Functions and teams <hes> from scratch. I think this is going to be a really from topic for us to discuss together first of all Bay Colo- to your own and to your listeners and Paul. I'm super excited to be joining today's podcast so thank you very much for having me. You're right. It's been quite some time for for years and counting on very very excited that then I have a chance to collaborate again wonderful cool. You know what I thought we might do. Actually before we dive into the topic to define two of the areas that you specialize in I'd love it if you could share a little bit about how you think of sales operations and sales enablement and how they intersect insertive build intersect with marketing and build up into this overarching field of Revenue Operations Craciun. I think it's a great start and it's a great first question actually goes right to the heart of the matter I think to some extent even the industry is somewhat confused about what sales operations is. What a sales enablement moment <hes>? How do they intersect? What each do? I think that comes from the fact that in the last couple of years we've seen a lot of buzz in the industry <hes> in the tech industry around sales enablement. For those of you who kind of been following the probably know that neither sales operations nor sales enablement are a new concept. I think they're just coming back into the focus and I think that their scope is changing rapidly changing enging through the tech startup space essentially I have personally a slightly different view from what I would call majority of professionals out there. I've you both of these sales enablement functions. They're both enablement to me but they are on Metro. I don't necessarily think that they are wanting to sing but I do believe that there were both in the service of what I define as true sales enablement and let me give an example Rhone on kind of one extreme is the operational things such as running a sales report and people may think of that as yeah. It's okay it's just a sales report but it really is a sales enablement when you think about that because it enables the leaders and the wraps and executives to understand better the business on the other side of the spectrum would be things such as creating content for the sales team and running sales training this is also form of sales enablement so again I view them as a spectrum and one side is more the operational enablement of the spectrum the extreme on the other side would be performance coaching and for those of you who are saying billions which I am. I'm a huge fan of billions. There's a character by the name of Wendy Roads and this is what Wendy Roads essentially does she makes sure that sales reps working at hedge funds are always ready and at their best I would call all that a spectrum and I would. I view this as all sales enablement that makes a lot of sense and I think it would be difficult for us to actually silo these this work in these functions at the end of the day. I haven't actually watched billions now. I'm going to have to go check that out. Acting how sales enablement and operations is ultimately at the service of the sales team and supporting reaching their goals certainly rings true for the way that we think about sales enablement and you know it's interesting because I think oftentimes in times when we hear that certainly goes to <hes> the marketing team right to enable sales to provide the tools that they need <hes> but ultimately also if they don't have the right insights and underwrite recording. They're not gonNA get as far as they potentially could. Even one of the things that I think is really interesting about your background is that you've worked on the marketing side so you've got the parents on both marketing and the sales aside in terms of revenue generation activities needy before we go too much further if you could share just briefly <hes> how your professional journey progressed east started in marketing then there's you know there with the tech boom rounding companies bringing a marketing automation and US getting much stronger around data analytics. Maybe can share quickly how that flowed for you yeah definitely and I think you nailed it right on that marketing and sales enablement and are very much interconnected and that was my segue into sales enablement but on the kind of go step back I did start on the marketing site started during the time when marketing wasn't as operationally focused right it it was all about creative and brand impressions and things that weren't very concrete like no one was really talking metrics that were discussed possibly but branding precious but that was the extent of at right. Eight so I kind of moved through marketing AUTOMATION THREE MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS BRANDING PARTNER CHANNEL MARKETING I've done product marketing towards the end of my tenure in marketing is what really demand generation and lead generation rations started kind of taking shape or conversations have started around that that was really interesting to me. <hes> I was at the time in a computer hardware industry so there was not a lot that you really could do there from the lead Gen and demand generation standpoint but my interest was always alive much more with the B. Two B. Software space as you mentioned worrying. Canada and Canada dot is one of the growing industries tech startups are big kind of employers. There's <hes> in Canada so it made a lot of sense to shift in that <hes> fear as I moved into the space I did realize that marketing was very much about sales enablement. It was about creating programs that were going to generate that demand for sales it was for providing content to sales how to speak to the customers right but kind of seems very natural progression on my career and again I started dabbling in marketing automation because I always believe very strongly I had this kind of logical and operational side of me and as much as I loved the creative side of marketing I always wanted to put some numbers to it like I wanted something concrete right. It's like I wanted actual actual black and white deliverable from marketing to sales and kind of I started dabbling into marketing automation and that drove me into marketing operations and then a rolling opportunity came up actually with market wired that was much more of a revenue operations sales operations revenue operations role. The rest is history. I kind of started down that path have loved it. Since I think that's a pretty natural progression marketing historically starkly meaning like twenty years ago or fifteen years ago where we were more creative than than with technologies coming on board having more access to information and data will I see people who get really excited about that aspect of of what you can get from the technology's moving towards operations and it's interesting to to the sales side ultimately rural trying to move in the same direction right. It's about generating revenue for an organization innovation that we're working for at this point. Actually we just need to take a quick minutes to hear from our sponsor. We've been talking with Tiana more to- vic around <hes> revenue operations and we'll be back in just.

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"tova l" Discussed on Mom Brain

Mom Brain

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"tova l" Discussed on Mom Brain

"Or I'm trying to figure out how to climb on this climber at the playground. You might put your hand out to help them. But they can figure it out or maybe they don't see me. Oh, that's too scary. I'm going to walk away. But when we give them the respect that I'm going to help you through the struggle as opposed to take the struggle away. They feel great when they get it. But we have to help them. You know, it's always like you're saying this moderation of how much frustration is. Okay. And that's a question to ask yourself because a lot of us as parents don't like to see our children upset in any way. The other piece I would add to that is we don't look at children to be upset with us. So some of it is it's distressing particularly for firstborns who we want the world to be perfect for. We let our second foreign struggle more. I think in our ladder warns in the more resilient because of it. Right. But often we don't want. Our toll them to be mad at us. And the way to put up a limit is to know that your child's not going to be happy with you. When you say, actually, no, we're not having cookies right now. And they get mad. They're mad at you. Because you're the bad person. And you have to really think about well. What does that feel like well my child's not happy with me, which is part of being a parent. And that's a hard part of being a parent. We're always everybody's happier. When their child's happy with them, or when the day's gone, well, you know, who wouldn't want that I would like to perfect happiness all the time. I have to ask you a question about my aunt sent me this YouTube video about have you heard these forest kindergartens in Denmark. Can we talk about his just if you guys listening at home don't know about this? Larry, I don't know if you've seen these okay? It was the craziest video you can Google forest kindergartens Denmark, and you'll find these videos, they're like four and five year old kids. It's kindergartens and probably older years also held in littoral forests like your kids are climbing forty foot trees, they are digging through the mud they're picking up grabs. They're they're waiting into ice baths. I mean, it's. It in one way, it's so wonderfully animal, and it remained like primitive in the in the sense of it's engaging all the sort of old human things of let's explorer environment, let's physically interact with their environment. Let's be out in nature that, you know, tests us in the ways, but it as a parents terrified to go my gosh. Who's watching my kids? What do you make of that? And do you think it's good for human development to be that sort of? This is really asking about is about risk and risk-taking. Oh, yeah. It was Ocala. So, but look what they've got four year olds climbing up these insane Klis. It literally look at this kid thirty feet up in the air sharpening using using knives to sharpen would into, you know, spokes stopping, and it's how this is a sensationalized. There's actually there's actually a video of the mess a little bit less than socialize it yet. So if you take that from its extreme those children who you're seeing in this video, they would just doing. You know, extreme things, but they've built up to him. Right. They didn't say go in the forest and climate tree. They've here's the built up to eat. I actually visited one of the four schools in Wales so couple years ago and one of the things they work with fire as well. So they really, you know, it's partly philosophy about nature, but also being able to handle the elements and to interact with elements, and I took a couple of things from it. One was in Wales at rains like all the time. Right. And so it was indoor outdoor indoor space and outdoor space..

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"tova l" Discussed on Mom Brain

Mom Brain

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"tova l" Discussed on Mom Brain

"I try to remember that like when they you know. Completely miss an assignment. And it's a great student, right? Or if you go back, he's okay that's going to happen around twenty three twenty four. Now, go backwards in think that your two year old is nowhere near there. Your five year old is a little better. But when she's melting down you have to say, oh, she's Spar from being fully mature. And that's why they do aggressive things. But aggression is scary. You know, it's to see children hitting biting kicking pinching. You'll just suddenly, and you know, sometimes you say, well, I get why she did it. She wanted the toy or she needed attention and other times, you've no idea you just have no idea, but I can sit at my center on wausau. We have a big observations from actually a lab research and teaching lab, and you can watch thirteen toddlers interacting in their great and fun ways behind the mirror, and they don't know that that's Ave Shen, and I can watch child, and I'll say this when he was with me look at the wheels going she's about to. That across the room. And they're like, how do you not? I'm like, just wait. And then throw something, you know. And then I say, oh, look she's going to go pick something else up like I can see it. But we're in the moment you can't especially as a parent. You're busy or making dinner, you're doing whatever. And you think it's it's either unprovoked or there's no reason for it. There's always a reason. But we don't always know why I think people are so to now to bullying and also just like the fear and panic as you if you take your kid into a public space, and they get hurt or they hurt someone God forbid, you you really Hanoch in that moment. And you're embarrassed to your hugely embarrassed. You've raised this wonderful child who's an angel at home. And then they get and you understand actually in this without the prefrontal cortex totally by that you get into this overwhelming new environment overwhelming new kids. This is another thing that that sharing is a concept does not exist for a two year old exactly what we're taught as parents are try to teach that early on teach patients, TGI moderation regulation. Sharing. How do we what are we supposed to do with? And that's really there's your challenge of the early years is is right there. Right. Which is we're laying a foundation any parent listening to view, you're laying the foundation for leader development takes a lot of time. So I'm always saying to parents you are their regulator. So you don't want him hitting and a crowded room. And you know, that a crowded room is not a good place for him think about whether you have to go do you have to go to every birthday party? Probably not some children don't do well there, or if you are going to be in a situation where you know, it's going to be a challenge or you just see your child getting really discombobulated you have to go over and put your arm around them. And sometimes it's just like a stroke on the arm or touch, and you say I'm here, or you know, what this isn't working right now. Let's go over here. Look there's some other activity or you remove them. You say, you know, we're now we're gonna go for a walk. I was. That parent in a restaurant often as I could feel my children melting down or they did meltdown. I felt like in a restaurant. There's other people and I can't control him from not having a hard time. I was the one who would leave. And so it was just like a little walk fresh air. Come back regroup. And sometimes it was like, okay. We're gonna say goodbye to the dinner because this isn't working, and I shouldn't have brought my two year old tonight. I should've known better. So it's owning it partly as a parent, but really helping the child in the problem with trying to oversocialized them, which is how I see this early socialization is that it backfires for a number of reasons. One is if it's something at child really can't do or they can't do most of the time..

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"tova l" Discussed on Mom Brain

Mom Brain

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"tova l" Discussed on Mom Brain

"That's too much. And then Leo is going to go and do exactly the thing except he had a colander in his hand. So he smacked him on the head. So I don't think this one was jealous of the in this particular moment, we definitely have a little bit of that. But I would say not as much as one might expect. But this was definitely one. He did this. So let me see what happens now when I do, you know what it is? And so then your responses I can't let you do that. And I say that and then the whole time. So you say I mean, getting to probably what you know, some other parents are struggling hope. Along with me if I'm not the only one. Not only do you believe that timeouts are not. Okay. This is not the U R bad. You are this it is that kind of take a break. I'm calling into timeout because this person told me to take time out, but I'm just trying to that. That We're. we're trying this particular, you know, to try and feel it works. But it doesn't seem to be working. But this is a like he's in the room with me. And then if he gets down, then he has to have ten seconds. You know, what it does for young children because you've told me about a two year old? So what you're talking about young children that idea of if you really doing it this way timeout use it over here says I'm withdrawing my attention from you. And he feels you're withdrawing your love from me. I must be so bad that you've with Ron my your love, and that's scary to children, and he's a little baby. Yeah. And and even older children. Let's take a four or five year old when they're in these modes. I mean, the best behaved child should still be able to feel angry frustrated, and they're going to have these behaviors and that just embarrass us. Let's face it. They're not fun behaviors when you withdraw your attention from them. It's very scary. Oh, so when I'm bad. She doesn't love me. So I have to be good. But if you go over to him and say, you know, I I can't let you do that. I got to protect the baby. Just like I. Right. And you the move them away. And you he gets your attention. We have those conversations and like, you know, what I've noticed with Carmen and Rafa because they'll eventually get you don't love me. You don't like the United say, I do love you. And I do like you. And I just can't let you do exam. So then immediately after as this is happening them Rafa takes a pencil and draws all the wall, and I'm like, so I said, no. And and I'm saying really nicely. I said Rafa we can't draw on the walls you can draw on a paper. You can't run the walls than he like he has like, it's total. Theatrics. He puts his big lip out. And he's like and runs in the other room, and then kind of like peeks out and looks at me and then direction like high again, I mean, he's totally doing it for if I walked away he'd be like, okay, fine. But also because he's trying to figure out so a who's in charge. And do you love me if this is this is their mode? Not because they're trying to be good or bad. But they really fear. Okay. Not figured out on my own personal little bit. Heroes will just figuring that out. Oh, I'm separate from you. Now when I'm good all is. Well, like, you're happy. I'm happy all as well. But I've just discovered that. I don't always listen to you. I don't always like you. Sometimes you tell me we can't go outside or have cookies. I don't like you that or mad or frustrated. I'm jealous. Whatever it is. They don't really understand those feelings. And that's always there fear. Do you still love me if I hit you do you still love me? And so it is a version of that. Like, I'm not gonna let you hit me. But yes, I always love you, even when you're hitting hitting the, but that's super interesting because I do think kids at that age are also trying to identify the rules of the universe a really day..

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"tova l" Discussed on Mom Brain

Mom Brain

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"tova l" Discussed on Mom Brain

"More self sufficient parent, who feels empowered with real tools, not like, you're just constantly guessing, which I think, you know, a lot of the time parenting is just happening in the moment. You don't have a chance to think about your what you're going to do ahead of time, but listening to her and reading. Reading things that I I've seen Dr Klein put out it does make me feel just like ready for what the what the toddlers haven't store you guys you're gonna love this combo. We hope you like it. Fashionable. You do us a favor. Will you introduce yourself and just your credentials? You're a mom that you're. You know couple sentence. Yeah. Well, I'm Tova Kline. I am the director of the Barnard college center for toddler development. I'm the author of a book how toddlers thrive which is everything and anything about toddlers and enjoying the world. And I am the mother of three boys who were once toddler then children and now teens and young adults. Does happen. I am so excited to tell them this story. This is my story. I so I have got three boys in less than three years and the baby is eight months old. So he's like not really he doesn't count yet. But he does get beaten up sometimes. Yeah. The other one so one of my two year olds came up to him with this little metal colander and smacked him on the head with it. And then so his new things I started doing timeouts again, which I wasn't doing for. Well, and that's how do the timeouts. I put him in. I we don't do that. That's really bad you need to go. Take a timeout. So. I have a specific chair that they he goes any sits in there. Now, if he gets down, then I put him in his room and closed the door for like, ten seconds. And it used to be like, no don't do it. So now what he's been doing is he gives himself timeouts when he does something when he doesn't do something. He just he's too. So he goes mummy echo take time out. And so he went he hit the baby on the head loves money. I go take him out. He went he sat there, then he got down. Then he says I go to my room, and then he went into room took the siding doors lows them. And then we and I'm like what? So I go after like, thirty seconds. I'm like are you done with your time out? And he says, no, mommy, close the door. How do you tell them 'cause boys? I mean, I I don't wanna be Sarah typical. But my boys are stereotypical, boys. I don't know about the baby. But the other two are and they're loving and kiss you. And there's so magical, and then they beat each other. And sometimes they really other than that to a little a little bit..

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"tova l" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tova l" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Steve in tova greenberg are here tova may or may not participate we're not sure she says no see they can't hear you the thirty eight states can't hear you shake your head i have to interpret when people do that but steve tell people what it is you do we are a family owned family were family business we do residential remodelling we do not do start dig a hole to build a whole new brand new bryce we actually don't believe in that but we do mostly backup why not there's so many beautiful homes around we work in mostly in newton within one twenty eight four ninety five or so many beautiful homes and unless a home is beyond repair i don't like taking a lot material and taking a perfectly good home and trashing it just because someone wants a pretty or a bigger house i think plenty of stuff to work with but we do mostly kitchen renovations bathrooms small additions and we do a lot of energy retrofits will take a house it's not performing well that has older equipment and bring it and make it much more efficient much more sustainable and you've got to say one word you do it from green perspective totally agreeing perspective is as much as possible.

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"tova l" Discussed on The Valleycast

The Valleycast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"tova l" Discussed on The Valleycast

"Yeah if a native unnecessary juncture lots of things that you take are unnecessary record sits drew i mean hello terrified of it to be honest i think it's so crazing oh we have a drug that i know you an erection yeah i know help you out like like they're able to focus on what area of the body just ascend blowing it's not like they're like they got it nailed down to a science there i think is pretty fucking willy nilly that i like it a lot i really do i think it was like pop the blood pressure up tova goes it's not just oh oh is that true if you have high blood pressure anything bad they're like don't take don't don't do it but because you guys want it was tomi hi boy i was that movie by spreads i'm going i to one is you limit you salt intake do don't do it it gives them out are you all doing bad maria from yet my cousin vinny assuming that's her all i was kind of channeling her from xpress but i was doing her one hundred percent from his what's what's rogan's name in that movie it's like a throw colton or something but she goes like colpon like the way she says is really funny anyway oh yeah i was like candles and dense candles adult thing i love that yeah i i like candles i like shopping now i like to show shopping is nice shopping's.

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"tova l" Discussed on Go Time

Go Time

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"tova l" Discussed on Go Time

"Happen often i i don't think it happens that often more often it happens that people may already know java and they are searching to go but i simply wanted team of my development experience and yeah because the plug in was up all the time could just jump in san pr's and became one of the contributors to the open source plug in and basically started learning tova alongside we've go because i was so much into go so the it i see here that the it is you need to pay for its after your trial is up right yes that's right you so if people to again do they also get paid do they have ability to sell a again yes so thursday plugging that's available for inter jj you'll to mate the open source plugin that i used to maintain at some point judd brings took over it still developed as an open source project and then they realized that they are spending wait much time on it and they said okay we need to focus more resources on i guess and that's all the the they started having a proper id from from them you need to pay for it but you general so did it for free if you're an open source developer or issue a student there's a discount for for their licenses like four for one year and if you have some other discounts zoeller user groups for example slices for free if they they meet a certain requirement in terms of how from the they happen and how many people they have offending so there there's a lot of giving back to the community as while not not just the you know asking for money from developers which is a nice thing of you don't really see that in too many companies i guess.

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"tova l" Discussed on Go Time

Go Time

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"tova l" Discussed on Go Time

"Zapping often i i don't think it happens that often more often it happens that people may already know java and they are searching to go but i simply wanted team of my development experience and yeah because the plug in was up on sir so the time could just jump in san pr's and became one of the contributors to the open source plug in and basically started learning tova alongside we've go because i was so much into go so the it i see here that the it is you need to pay for its after your trial is up right yes that's right you so if people so again do they also get fades do they have ability to sell a again yes so thursday plugging that's available for inter jj you'll to mate the open source plugin that are used to maintain at some point judd brings took over it still developed it as an open source project and then they realized that they are spending wait much time on it and they said okay we need to focus more resources on i guess and that's all the the they started having a proper id from from them you need to pay for it but you general so did it for free if you're an open source developer or issue a student there's a discount for for their licenses like four for one year and if you have some other discounts zoeller user groups for example slices for free if they they meet a certain requirement in terms of how from the they happen and how many people they have offending so there there's a lot of giving back to the community as well not not just the you know asking for money from developers which is a nice thing of you don't really see that in too many companies i guess.

san pr judd developer one year
"tova l" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"tova l" Discussed on WDRC

"The devil were war fighting against hitler he said even though even though he have spent years trying to stop the spread of the of the evil hitler he said he had to line up with a system that he considered equally bad which was communism which you also tried to stop and failed at stopping he hated stolen he hated communism but he had a joined with stalin churcill did as did the united states to stop the greater evil which was hitler it's interesting so what is the greater evil now in america it is the greatest evil america faces donald trump or the mad banned from north korea or you good liberals who have put down rusher tova sale putin and coldham hitler because you were fed the big lie by the hitler hitler remission now putin comes out and says he has advanced nuclear capabilities whether he does her doesn't is a relevant what's relevant here is that he feels threatened by the insanity of the american democrat left who has been dying for a war with russia i you people that crazy that you want to have a war with russia that's how crazy you are become you never say a word about the dangers of communist china who absolutely does threaten us they hold our debt they build our televisions and cars they on our factories they own our money and you have nothing to say by communist china but you say putin is the day the greatest threat of you people that ignorant i'm afraid yes yes i'm afraid yes now one man can turn the tide i can't do what the tech companies could do it but who runs them who runs the giant companies there's a burger runs facebook i don't even know the names of the others i can't even name the but there's a wonderful soundbite explaining why the giant tech companies got so begin why nothing has been done in the united states to break up these giant monopolies when clearly they are monopolies that must be broken up their bigger than the government itself let's euro one is the time to break up big tech to answer that you have to understand how tech has exploded for the past decade the us has been mostly handsoff big tech companies lang them become even bigger way swelling smaller rivals or entering new markets bloomberg data show that in the last ten years the.

"tova l" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"tova l" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The media is communist us why you hear nothing about style it's always hitler lets you got all the people killed but hitler was determined to destroy communism and this is why 'cause i never could out why does the media over you've never well not not every jew not every jew thrown into the oven was a communist no no brown but he wanted to destroy want us to destroy that's why he wants to rush rate right that's i know i understand that that on a on a political level what you're saying is factually true in fact churchill try to uh destroy hitler it was a very interesting why hitler why churchill toward the end of the war joined with stalin against hitler he said that if the devil if the devil appear i heard he would back the devil of the devil will war fighting against hitler he said even though even though he had spent years trying to stop the spread of the of the evil hitler he said he had to line up with a system that he considered equally bad which was communism which you also tried to stop and failed at stopping he hated stalin he hated communism but he had a joined with stalin churcill did as did the united states to stop the greater evil which was hitler it's interesting so what is the greater evil now in america is the greatest evil america faces donald trump or the madman from north korea all you good liberals who have put down russia tova sale putin and colon hitler because you were fed the big lie by the hitler hitler remission now putin comes out and says he has advanced nuclear capabilities whether he does her doesn't is a relevant what's relevant here is that he feels threatened by the insanity of the american democrat left who has been dying for a war with russia i you people that crazy that you want to have a war with russia that's how crazy you are become you never say a word about the dangers of communist china who absolutely does threaten us they hold our debt they build our televisions and cars they on our factories they own our money and you have nothing to say by communist china but you say putin as the day the greatest threat of your people that ignorant i'm afraid yes yes i'm afraid yes now one man can't turn.

"tova l" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tova l" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Some of them of being morally bankrupt at one point in response to leaking of it taylor argument that had happened inside the inside the building so i think they're they're really looking forward to a change in this is a guy who's really been on the out with trunk he was removed from trunk aboard after feuding with the chairman and he's seems by all accounts to be a guy who take seriously the importance of a free press and the importance of an independent press tova how have we got to a point which we are cheering home thepurchase of newspapers by billionaires as we've seen with jeff bezos from amazon bind the washington post john henry owner of the boston red sox barring the boston globe i mean it's it's it's been traditional to think of the billionaire press baron has kind of a cross between william randolph hearst in montgomery bones but not now they're being seen as saviors heather the rupert murdoch type character is now that the the night and signing on my coming to the and coming to that the aid of the poor and pull disenfranchise newspaper but i think a lot of that has to do with advertising revenues with google and facebook and snapchat and various other social media who a solving uphold to the money from mocked is from advertizes and unfortunately that has been to the detriment of print but i think also i mean the the the the previous model the trunk model for the la times clearly wasn't working at lace the sky this saying the touting it as local ownership for the la times for the first time and i 10 years five hundred million dollars is also a positive sign that sparingly united's paying a premium this guy's got deep pockets forbes aced might at his fortune at something like eight million dollars so hopefully the hump is and i did and it does feeling congruous i'm to to to my previous kind of principles around this uh hopefully this will mean a greater basement and the la times and in traditional print journalism move jeffrey do we know lead to stop thinking of news party blues which are from touched expensive things to rome at least if you're going to do it probably do they need to be fooled twelve as exercises in philanthropy rather than a way for anybody to mike mummy uh quite possibly the problem is we haven't.

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