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The CDC releases guidelines for Halloween

Purity Products

00:21 sec | 1 d ago

The CDC releases guidelines for Halloween

"Us out with new guidance for Halloween, hoping to prevent trick or treating from becoming a cove. It's super spreader event. It says. Forget about treats handed out from homes or from cars and crowded indoor costume parties, haunted houses or hey, Ryder tractor rise with people who aren't from your household Cove in 19

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Layered security becomes critical as malware attacks rise

Podcast Central

05:10 min | 1 d ago

Layered security becomes critical as malware attacks rise

"From the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI to groups which the report labels a PT 28, a PT 29 breached the DNC servers through phishing attacks. A PT by the way, stands for advanced persistent threat. The first attack started in the summer of 2015. The group behind the attack was a PT 29, the attacker sent emails to more than 1000 different addresses. Attached to the DNC, and the messages contained malware attachments. They were posing as a normal file. It looked like an innocent file opening the file would install the malware on the target machine. The malware established an encrypted communication channel between the compromise systems and a PT 29. The malware also could escalate privileges, meaning the malware was ableto trick computers into giving the Attackers admin level access to the system so they could steal information, send it back to their own computers. Over this encrypted channel of communication, And because of this, they were largely undetected for a while. The second attack happened in 2016 that was a P 28. They sent out an e mail to a large number of people in the DNC. The email posed as an organization wide policy that would require users to reset their passwords, saying passwords have expired. You need to go and follow this link and reset your password. So they would go to a link and that led to a website that was made to look like it was an official DNC site. But in fact it was a fishing site so they would guide users to enter their usernames and their passwords and a new password, ostensibly so that they could reset their passwords. But in reality The hackers were gathering log in credentials and they were just ship shipping them straight to a B 28. The investigation into those attacks is still ongoing. But from what we know, it seems pretty certain the Attackers were Russian civilian and military intelligence services. So you have a group of Russian hackers targeting a United States political parties systems, and that's a big, scary thing. No matter what country you live in or what country No matter of which countries are involved. This kind of attack is a serious thing. We're one country is trying to influence the political outcome of another country. I don't care who you are. That's terrifying. The United States, by the way, has done not necessarily cyber crime kind of stuff like this. But us certainly has A long history of trying to influence other nations and their political proceedings. So I'm not saying the U. S is innocent of those kind of things either. But it is terrifying to look at the way that you can actually leverage human psychology and have a big impact like this. And honestly, I think that's the most troubling thing about phishing attacks because they don't have to be sophisticated. There's no need to craft a super tricky code. You don't have to sit there and secretly infiltrate a computer system Fishing works, not because of the technology technology facilitates it. It makes it easier to steal information. But fishing works because of the way we humans work. It works because we're fallible. We could be tricked. We could be influenced. It shows yet again that no matter how secure a system is, no matter what technology you have put in place, the system is really only as good as the people who have access to it. If you design the world's most secure bank vault door, and it has biometrics and voice activation and all this kind of stuff, where on Lee A select few are able to ever access it. And then I leave that door open while I dash off to go grab lunch. It doesn't do you any good. I have practiced very, very, very bad security protocol. Fishing works because we humans will often take these mental shortcuts and we won't use critical thinking, and it doesn't need to work every single time. In fact, depending upon the attack, it may need toe only work once, so if there are 10,000 employees of a company and you just need just one of them to click on a malicious attachment, that means all you need is a 10.1% success rate. It does not have to be great. It just has to work once. So it's no surprise. They're so many phishing attacks out in the wild. They get results and they don't need a lot of people to fall for them to be effective. That's all also why there's a lot of crappy ones out there because Why put in the effort to design something really, really good If you can still get hits with something that's crappy, that'll save you time and effort, so just quids in the crappy thing out, you won't get quality. Hits, but you'll still get hits to defeat phishing scams. We can institute different protocols and protections help weed out spam emails before they ever get to a user and obvious scans. That kind of thing we can blacklist certain. I P addresses, but ultimately we have to rely on people resisting those attempts to influence them and use a bit of critical thinking. Now I know I've talked a lot

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Candy Sales Rise During Pandemic

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:27 sec | 3 d ago

Candy Sales Rise During Pandemic

"Research from eye Our eye in the National Confectioners Association shows sales for candy have gone up 13% over the last year in the month ending September 6th. The increase in sales comes as the CDC explains the risk of trick or treating and how Halloween parties could continue the spread of Corona virus. Even with the warning, New York governor Andrew Cuomo said he isn't banning trick or treating completely this year. Matt Matt Anson, NBC NEWS radio

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Guy Raz on pursuing business ideas

Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:51 min | 3 d ago

Guy Raz on pursuing business ideas

"Interviewed some of the top entrepreneurs in the world to date. So let's just dive into this because I know my audience fire nation, they want to know what we need to do to. Develop ourselves to start a business to pursue big ideas. What's the next step? The next step to pursue a big idea is hard work I. Mean I mean coming up with an idea right and imagining your product on the shelves of store or or you know improving someone's life or people talking about it? That's the easiest part starting a business that is easiest part when you come up with it. The hard work begins the next day when you. Sit at a table and you start to map out the business plan and then you start to figure out How am I gonNA pay for it? How am I going to get a distributed? How am I GONNA? Make it get a made. How am I going to get it going now? The key and the trick to doing this is to think about about it in the same way that In the same way of an African proverb, there's an African proverb that says the way to eat an elephant is one small bite at a time, and that is essentially the story of creating founding and creating a business. It is one small problem sometimes large problem to the next to the next incident to the next. and. Essentially it's a never ending story running and start starting running a business is about solving problems in a day to day basis but they become more manageable over time and so really to take your idea and to get off the ground, you've got a breakdown down your. Your problems you've got to break down your ideas in smaller chunks and tackle. The challenges one at a

Why Esports Coaches Don't Fill the Same Role as Traditional Sports Coaches

Esportz Network Podcast

07:34 min | 3 d ago

Why Esports Coaches Don't Fill the Same Role as Traditional Sports Coaches

"This is actually focused on coaching I. Think this is an interesting parallel of the were talking about. There's an aspect of the MLS LCS COMP that relates to coach and it specifically how coaches approach roles for players and a trend I think started about twenty five years ago where there's this whole thing for young athletes hey, they need to specialize early and they need to find. Not. Just the sport they WANNA play, but the position within that's what they wanna play so that they could focus on it completely. and. It's something that creates a potential issue in terms of teamwork and. Understanding of. Either the field or the virtual or the rift depending on what what you're playing. And that's something that is sort of changing in the sports world a little bit over the last ten years who actually? No, it benefits our goalies to understand what it's like to be an attacking player. They can have that experience. That's good. You flush aw bat specific cop and why that relates to coaching and how it impacts the ability of coaches to really be successful. Of course. Yeah. Yeah. to miss it. Did you ever play a traditional sports? I did I was a soccer player in high school. I'll split tennis basketball really all around until I got injured and play sports because I need competition. I think we're we're pretty similar So. When when when I first started playing like as you mentioned like there was this focus on his Asian and the parallel to. Something like Lee. Legends is abundantly clear especially in North America. players will before they're even like in in ranked 'cause you have those thirty levels to get to. To get to before you start playing rank games. They're gonNA choose favorite position and like that's just Kinda engrained. And that's Kinda rough. But I think that needs to be that needs to be tackled that needs to be gotten rid of because when you're only. Focusing on one position and we have a lot of that and it's hyperfocused in North America. We have things like one called one tricks where you only play one champion. So it's it's hyper focusing on hyper focusing even more than is already have like should be happening. So we have these these one tricks and these one position players. And they're they're going all in and the as you said, they know nothing about the other player. So where coaching comes in is like there should be a focus on foundational knowledge and just general knowledge that will contribute to the overall play when when you're playing midland when you're playing midland in League of legends and Everybody knows most people know and Lee legends that the Mid Jungle Synergy is incredibly important has amid later if you know where your juggler is going to be and where the opponent judy is going to be, you can plan accordingly But if you all you know is about your your mid lane like position like say trade against your enemy mid Lehner and like a manage the waves effectively while that's important. Knowing about the other aspects of the game is it is expansive like you'll have a massive over the other teams and it. It's crazy to me that this the like just knowledge this is just knowledge. It's just being neglected we and I feel like it's just so much more potent in in North America still while still needs growth in other regions like a do follow g to at all. Of course alibi European friends Yeah Yeah G. to. Last year did something unprecedented. They sent a perks down to the bottling and they brought in caps who was a world class midlander, and so perks demonstrated something that no other team had really done before and that a role swap can happen and it will benefit the team like he went from. Midland to bottling lane in they played even better than they did before if anybody in North America attempted the same thing, I don't think we would find. Any semblance of the success that G. to did and I it's. I I think we should start working towards that coaching and House how this relates into coaching is. Is just the the emphasis on on knowledge. Our emphasis is always just as I said earlier, just the position that. You're already play and there are so many holes. There's so many things because people are just rushing to. Can like immediately I feel like I've gone a little rambler here real. They're made for rambling that's the whole point of the medium. It's I think you bring up a really good point is that position Louis play is the hardest thing to do at any most consistent marker of the greatest players and the greatest teams. If you watch a premier league soccer, for example, I was watching Liverpool. Play this past weekend at the way they move even compared to the MLS is completely within motion they're all. Moving with each other if that means that the midfielder needs to go back to Centreback, he does that without debate he's thinking about, Hey, this position I need to be he understands how the team needs to move around the ball and that's something that like you mentioned with g two, it's possible to do if you understand all those positions. But when you're one trick, this is true of MLS is somebody will miss their assignment and the whole defense fall apart because it's all predicated on everyone playing that one specific role, and it does not nearly have the same. Level of. Cohesion of of nuance that that the best teams in other countries are playing for an to America's credit. That's true of other sports say basketball when you watch a team in North America play or in the NBA play basketball, we're moving very position Louis. Format where it's Oh. It's people playing around each other The big men are no longer just staying underneath the basket there out by the three point line. And in other places that's not true because America's got the best basketball player at the best basketball league and it's sort of a martyr of. You have the best players and the Games take on added level of synergy. That's only really seen at the absolute top level, and that again comes down to coaching and a lot of ways coaching from early days, and then also coaching that continues into the pro play and having players who are receptive to have coaches actually talk with them and I think that's what are the big things we need to talk about his eastwards coach is. Especially in North America Arthur coaches respected some are but quite a few. Probably. Just got thrown into their role.

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Britain Introduces a Scaled-Back Wage Support Plan

The Leader

04:01 min | 4 d ago

Britain Introduces a Scaled-Back Wage Support Plan

"The job support scheme explained. I'm announcing today, the new jobs support scheme. Almost as soon as the fairly scheme was announced, Reshi sooner was being asked what comes next as that job saving program comes to it's inevitable end the chancellor was on his feet in the Commons to reveal it replacement. The government will directly support the wages of people in work giving businesses who faced depressed on the option of keeping employees in a job on two hours rather than making them redundant. It will allow millions of people to effectively go part time working a minimum of one third of their normal hours. But keep around four fifths of their regular wage employers will pay for the our staff do work, and then they'll split the bill for some of the lost time with the government paying a third each it starts on November fast more cost three, hundred, million pounds a month editorial column though Physics Chancellor will have to dig even deeper into the Treasury's pockets soon. Our prediction is today announcements might not be enough and there will be more to come. As jobs go and the economy finds itself in Cold Storage Richie soon will be under pressure to repeat the magic tricks he produced in the spring which carried the economy through to the start of the recovery. The trouble with magic tricks is that they unless impressive the second time the chancellor also has less to play with the furlough scheme was ferociously expensive it cannot be afforded again ministers hope that by the spring testing really will be working infections falling and vaccine beginning to offer some hope but that could be more than six months away. Consumer Business Editor Jonathan Prynne was watching wishy soon accent Aspen Jonathan Time Slow told the Commons ECON save every job and he can't save every company but he does appear to put more money into this than a lot of people were expecting I. Think it's a package of measures that will be generally welcomed and the feedback initial feedback on on getting from the business community is the pretty pleased with what got compared with what they were facing over the coming winter particularly the cliff edge at the end of October when the original color scheme was to. The new scheme which tops up wages of employees who think about to work should help save a good number of job losses. We don't know yet how it's going to pan out, but certainly, companies will feel a little bit more comfortable about surviving the coming wind. So the night did this yesterday the massive all this is quite complicated there a Jonathan, you've got companies paying some money and then the government pays money and then a company will pay some more money. The employee doesn't get quite as much money as they used to get. A lot of people are going to be wondering how much earning now. Yes it is complicated but I think I think companies are getting use complicated schemes now after the the opposite rash of Schemes Feller Scheme was quite complicated the various loan scheme of were quite complex as well. companies got debt. So seeing through the bureaucracy that unwelcomed of Europe see but they do welcome the fact that the government will pay them effectively to to keep on staff and I got to be a good thing because I think mass unemployment is the reigning big specter the haunts everyone at the my with the economy is just about creeping on the talk of the shape has gone but. I. Think if if we were looking at huge amounts of two, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty style unemployment of the winter that that could be something to change the calculation for everyone.

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Having George Clooney Living In Attic Greatly Increases Home Value

The Topical

01:15 min | 4 d ago

Having George Clooney Living In Attic Greatly Increases Home Value

"As the economy continues to plummet more Americans are looking to become first-time homeowners. And if you're in the market to sell will be our economic report and mercy Hammond is here to share with you one simple trick that is supposedly guaranteed to increase your property value. That's a long way after analyzing decade's worth of housing market trends real estate experts noticed across the board that having George Clooney living in your attic is one of the best things you can do for your home's resale value. Oh, wow. I thought they were going to say granite countertops. And why did you play that clip from O Brother Where Art Thou? Oh, I'm watching it on my iPad. I'll pause it. They'll go ahead. Okay. I spoke with six-time gentrification magazine award winning real estate agent Susanna Razo to find out what harboring the actor director and two times sexiest man alive in your attic can mean for the value of your home finishing an attic or grungy crawl space with Oscar dog. After George Clooney shows a 10% annual rate of appreciation letting him scrounge around the area above. Your living quarters was sleeping in the rafters and watching everything your family does through the air vents wage. It's one of the surest bets you can make in the real estate market right now. It

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TikTok urges US court order to block Trump ban

BTV Simulcast

00:27 sec | 4 d ago

TikTok urges US court order to block Trump ban

"Okay, Rich. Thank you. So much. A story Has Linda just touched on a US judge will hear Tic Tac's call for President Trump's bad to be halted later Thursday, as Chinese State media slam is moved. They say the oracle deal is quote a dirty and underhanded trick. With the China daily, likening US demands to a gangster, forcing an unreasonable deal on a legitimate company. The Global Times calls the Oracle deal, quote an unpalatable gambit and accuses Washington of

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Americans load up on candy, trick or treat - or not

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:25 sec | 4 d ago

Americans load up on candy, trick or treat - or not

"May not know we have trick or treating will happen this year because of the pandemic, but they're buying a lot of Halloween candy while they wait to find out According to new data from the National Confectioners Association. U. S sales of Halloween candy were up 13% over last year in the month ending September 6th. As good news for candy companies, which rely on the Halloween period for around 14% of their annual U. S.

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Is Stainless Steel Really Stainless?

BrainStuff

06:25 min | 5 d ago

Is Stainless Steel Really Stainless?

"Bathroom, sinks and kitchen appliances to New York's Chrysler building, and the Saint Louis. Gateway. Arch. The world sometimes seems like it's covered in stainless steel. And why not the material is not only sturdy and versatile, but also stainless as the name implies, but is it really impossible to stain stainless steel? Stainless steel is a family of materials that gets its handle from corrosion and oxidation resistant properties that protect it from rust and unsightly botches. Generally, these steals our mixture of iron end at least ten point, five percent chromium sometimes rounded to eleven percent by engineers. When exposed to oxygen and moisture a for instance, when a stainless steel pan is nick door dinged chromium is an element that produces thin oxide film, the coats the product. This self repairing feature of stainless steel ensures the object will always look smooth and shiny. Various European American metallurgists claim to have invented. This wonders material. A We do know that Croup ironworks in Germany created an acid resistant steel as early as nineteen eight, it was used for the hell of a yacht. To other German researchers discovered the relationship between chromium content and corrosion resistance that metal containing at least ten point five percent chromium had a greater resistance to corrosion. Meanwhile American. elwood Haynes patented one type of stainless steel precursor in nine eleven and English researcher. Harry brearley developed a similar material around the same time. After a four year dustup in which hanes successfully opposed brearley's attempt to patent his version of the steel, the to pooled resources to market their wares as the American stainless steel. Company. These and other stainless bells found their way into cutlery airplane parts, Gulf clubs, and Adams almost immediately. But not all stainless steel is created equal. There are four main types of stainless steel classified by structure and composition. The most common variety is static sixty, five percent of the stainless steel produced. All's in this category. A static steals can be found in products ranging from cutlery and cookware to automotive trim and industrial applications. Immaterial pains at least sixteen percent chromium no more than zero point one, five percent carbon and usually includes nickel or manganese for added their ability. Meanwhile. For riddick stainless steels contain up to twenty seven percent chromium often as well as aluminum or titanium, but if little or no nickel. means that while these materials are highly resistant to Croatian, they're less durable than their austin cousins. For riddick steals are more affordable than Austin attic varieties and are commonly used in Mufflers, exhaust, systems kitchen counters, and sinks. Then we have Martin's stainless steels which are less corrosion resistant than the first two types, but are noted for their extreme strength and durability. Of the material contains twelve fourteen percent chromium along with small amounts of Molybdenum and carbon. These steals also contain little to no nickel less than two percent. Martin's stainless steels are magnetic and are often used in products where this feature's useful like a kitchen back splash to which spice rack or other metal object can be attached without using fasteners. A finally duplex stainless steels combined the benefits of Austin night and fair right to provide enhanced decay resistance and beefed up strength and durability. metallurgists typically look to create a mix that's half Austin and half foretich. The result is material that features more chromium and less nickel than his found in Pure Austin at steals about twenty to twenty, five percent chromium and five percent nickel as well as a high level of Molybdenum. These deals are primarily used in chemical plants and piping applications. You may have noticed our use of the term resistant when referring to these stainless steels capacity for avoiding blemishes. So is the material just stain resistant or completely stain proof? And despite the hardy protection that it affords users, stainless steel is more stain less and stainless in other words while the material is highly resistant to discoloration blemishes and other imperfections, it's not completely impenetrable. Just look at the Gateway Arch, which is starting to show its age with breast and K after five decades of welcoming tourists to saint. Louis. The protective layer of film covering a stainless steel object can break down over time leading to corrosion and pitting. In addition compounds like chloride, hydrogen and hydrogen sulfide often caused the film to stress and crack. The level of rest resistance provided by a particular steel depends largely on the materials used to create it the more chromium, the more corrosion protection. The sturdier stainless steels also feature at least eight percent nickel, which provides further defense against tarnish. Some products are tagged with numbers indicating their proportions of chromium and nickel. For instance, eighteen over ten flatware is sold at a premium because it has eighteen percent chromium and ten percent nickel content providing greater protection against corrosion than ordinary flatware. For household users it's important to understand that many metals advertised a stainless steel are actually stainless steel played it. The plate is corrosion resistant, but is susceptible to damage if cut or scratched deep enough to reach the. Material because the plates can also wear off over time, buyers should clarify whether a particular product is made completely of stainless steel or simply plated. Whether played it or not. You're stainless steel appliances and other products need to be cleaned. Most of the time good old fashioned soap and water will do the trick for tougher stains. Professionals recommend variety of household remedies. A couple of dabs of olive oil or window cleaner can remove most of those pesky fingerprints and smudges while white or cider vinegar will restore shine. A don't use steel wool pads or harsh cleaning powders as they'll scratched surface. If you need to remove burnt on food from stainless steel pan, let it soak in warm water and then clean it with baking soda and Gentle Nylon or plant based scouring pad.

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CDC discouraging trick-or-treating this Halloween

KYW 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 5 d ago

CDC discouraging trick-or-treating this Halloween

"Traditional trick or treating should be discouraged this Halloween. That's according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, who warned that's pretty high risk activity. They could spread the Corona virus. Experts hope that families will consider safer alternatives this year. If you plan to visit a scary outdoor place, the greater distance, the better things like screaming, yelling, talking loudly that are often taking place. During her clean because upon it houses or scary movies can actually lead to airborne transmission of the virus. My Children are very aware that you know we're still in a pandemic, and we just have to be smart and safe, And if you have cove in 19, or may have been exposed, sit this Halloween out, or it could be a very scary situation for others. Naomi Rackham, CBS NEWS New York

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New York, Portland and Seattle named 'anarchist jurisdictions', could lose federal funding

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:52 sec | 6 d ago

New York, Portland and Seattle named 'anarchist jurisdictions', could lose federal funding

"Just heard at the top of the hour here now one of three cities Seattle in Portland being the others considered by the Justice Department to be anarchist jurisdictions and This brings with it a threat from the president to cut federal funding. Mayor De Blasio calls it another one of President Trump's games, labeling it thoroughly political and part of his campaign strategy. It's all about race. And it's all about attempts to divide and to enthrall his base by attacking the other. The mayor asserting. This is what this guy does the on ly trick in his book. You gotta go back to the 19 eighties, where he called for the execution of the Central Park five. Blasio describes the president as insulting to our city, adding his effort to withhold our federal funding is unconstitutional. Rich

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A Dive Into SEO

Front End Happy Hour

06:55 min | Last week

A Dive Into SEO

"What does SEO stand for search engine optimization? Right on. Trying to think are funny funny more. Serious engineers over engineering. ooh. I feel that adds another e at the end, but that's Okay Jeff. Hyphen pitch outs all that's fair. That's true. WHY IS SEO? So important a good question. You know you and I were talking about this Ryan where it's like if you build something awesome what's the point users never come and so search engine optimization is really important because you gotta put your product out there and search engines are essentially the front door to the Internet. That's true 'cause yeah. Like you're not just typing in www dot blah blah blah blah dot com in hoping that it's a great website you're you're having to search for something and usually I don't know how many times you all spend time on the second page of Google I don't think. I make it very far to even the bottom of the first page there's a second page. All these. I've heard that. Yeah. So urban legend I feel like it's even worse on the mobile phone right leg. It's usually like just wanted like on that little bit of a screen I'm like they're done go. Yeah, I. Think it's. It's definitely if you're wanting near website to even get traffic, it's it's super important also very hard like I think that's the thing too is it's it's very important, but it's also something that it takes a lot of work. You know it's not just like put a couple keywords in your get on the top of Google cheers. It is it's it's practically a fulltime job, and that's why like companies will hire dedicated SEO experts or the leaving outsource to another company because it's there's the basics and then there's the things on top of the basics where you're optimizing the pages in the content, and that takes time it's not something you just do instantly it takes this kind of iterating and checking and monitoring, and then iterating from Mare and changing like the algorithms will change and the. How certain search engines rank certain things that algorithm changes and you're not privy to it. So you have to kind of gas, which is why there's these consultancy firms that pop up because they can stay in business because the rules keep changing what it's really interesting to to all that you just said about like having experts or consultants who think about it. And really have to pay attention to those things, but it's also really hard to call. You think you alluded to this but it's hard to measure because of the time too. It's not like hey, after a week, this change will show up it might be weeks it might be a month. So even as you make changes, you're like, did that do something? That's always been my struggle i. hope that did something well, but you don't quite know. Yeah I like the way you phrased that because there is a component of emotion to seo and I know that sounds ridiculous where you're like, why would I be? Why would I care so much about Seo but it's that hard work that you throw out into the world and then you're waiting on that return you're waiting on hopefully. The changes that you make will prop your page up on Google or any search engine like being or even Yahoo there there are other search engines. Now, that's a I've everybody's making good points. We I think Juniors we underestimate the importance vescio added. It's like Oh yeah I like you're saying you build something. Awesome. But nobody knows about it who cares? What was it four? If you're building a consumer product and consumer can't find your page your APP. then. What's the point? So you it's something. We totally forget about that like marketing in Seo actually critical to some of the things we build a lot of things will the the consultant angle is interesting because what I've seen and I have Also experienced, Seo. Practically none. But from what I've seen is a lot of Voodoo magic people claiming things and like Oh you got to do this. We're trick and this and this, and what I've seen is just it's a lot of people guessing. and. They have vague ideas about what the search algorithms are looking for. But they can't really prove it because I'm sure Catholic. NETFLIX's. personalization engine is like pretty secret even even for people were fair I'm sure. Google. Search ranking. Algorithm Patriots like also very. Super Super top-secret not that anybody can understand anymore. It's probably like millions of lines of code but. I it's just like a buyer beware if someone's like, Oh, I can get you to the front page or whatever be careful. A lot of people use dirty tricks and things that will get you. Like band or delisted. To get you to the front page unlike. It's a whole Burki world. There's entire SEO. Conferences. But. I imagine they're kind of bored I I mean I think there's value I. think there's probably good tips that they have right in order to I think you're right those like the bold statement I will get you the top of Google. That's a that's a pretty big statement and not always that simple and yes like. All right, let's say, Netflix Yeah. If you Sir Stranger things net flicks watch on Netflix or something like that. You'll be at the top if that's your keyword. Cheers cheers. Used to be a lot easier actually, what's what's interesting is over time Google has made it harder to game the system it used to be that you could just throw keywords onto your page and clears like. You could throw terms onto your page and Google would pick up on these terms in than. They would see oh, you're pages valuable. Now you've added these keywords sorry cut. Cheers. Chairs. What's funny is when I first started. Seo. We installed scripts on websites where because Google would tell you the search queries. The users are coming in from you would add those to your database, put them on your page, and then you're paid would rank higher and higher. But once everybody started doing that. Then the algorithms became more sophisticated in harder to game affi- and now they're including things that are not even just about content. It's like is your page fast? Can it load fast and it's like? You can't you can't fake that. No you really can't and yet but. Now they're lean into more of the user experience. You should be rank tire if if someone's trying to find something really helpful, they don't want to be sitting there for a longtime specially with mobile like I made the comment to being on mobile but I think it's more and more important being on mobilised. Really quick.

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Chicago Student Athletes To Rally At Soldier Field To Ask For Return Of Fall Sports

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:43 sec | Last week

Chicago Student Athletes To Rally At Soldier Field To Ask For Return Of Fall Sports

"A A student student rally rally is is who who set set to to begin begin at at 10 10 30 30 this this morning morning outside outside soldier soldier field field before before today's today's game game at at noon, noon, mostly mostly students have been addressing the crowds and making their cases on why students trick play sports this fall. Football Boys soccer and Girlsvolleyball had been postponed until spring, but other Midwest states have reinstated fall sports Athletes like Michael Florentine argue. It's crucial to their emotional and physical well being. We want him to know that we're taking taking safety safety precautions precautions to to make make sure sure we we can can play play this this fall fall and and that that we we want want to to have have a a great great season. season. H H S S has has written written Governor Governor Pritzker Pritzker letter letter asking asking to to play play with with safety safety protocols. protocols. Last week, a governor Pritzker said he won't sacrifice people's lives or their health.

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Trump, Obama respond to Ginsburg's death

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | Last week

Trump, Obama respond to Ginsburg's death

"Past in present on the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg In a statement, President Trump called her a titan of the law and fighter to the very end, he says Ginsberg, known for her brilliant mind and powerful descent, showed that one could disagree without being disagreeable toward one's colleagues colleagues or or different different points points of of view. view. President President also also says says her her opinions opinions regarding regarding equality equality inspired inspired Americans Americans and and generations generations of of great great legal legal minds. minds. Meantime, Meantime, a a relentless litigator and incisive juris is what former President Barack Obama is saying about Ginsberg. Mr Obama in a statement, saying the late justice inspired generations from the tiniest trick or treaters toe law students burning the midnight oil to the most powerful leaders in the land. He says Ginsberg should be remembered for fighting to the very end of her life through her cancer. With unwavering faith in our democracy and its ideals at the steps of the

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The Vicious Cycle

Big Book Podcast

06:11 min | Last week

The Vicious Cycle

"How it finally broke southerners obstinacy and destined the salesman to start a at Philadelphia. January eighth nineteen, thirty, eight. That was my day. The place. Washington DC. This last real merry go round had started the day before Christmas and I had really accomplished a lot in those fourteen days. I my new wife had walked out baggage and furniture. Then the apartment landlord had thrown me out of the empty apartment and the finish was the loss of another job. After a couple of days, dollar hotels and one night in the Pokey I. Finally landed on my mother's doorstep shaking apart with several days beard and of course, broke as usual. Many of these same things had happened to me many times before. But this time they had all descended together for me this was it here I was thirty nine years old and a complete washout nothing had worked. Mother would take me in only if I would say locked in a small store room and give her my clothes and shoes, we had played this game before. This is the way Jackie found me lying on a cot in my skivvies with hot and cold sweats pounding heart and that awful itchy scratchiness all over. Somehow, I had always managed to avoid DT's. I had not asked for help and seriously doubt that I would have but fits an old school friend of mine had persuaded. Jackie to call on me. Had, he come two or three days later I think I would have thrown him out but he hit when I was open for anything. Jackie arrived about seven in the evening and talked until three. A M. I don't remember much of what he said but I did realize that here was another guy exactly like me he had been in the same laughing academies in the same jails known the same loss of jobs, same frustration, same boredom, and the same loneliness. If anything he had known all of them even better and more often than I. Yet, he was happy relaxed, competent and laughing. That night for the first time in my life I really let down my hair and admitted my general loneliness. Jackie told me about a group of fellows in New York of who my old friend fits was one who had the same problem I had and who by working together to help each other where not now drinking and we're happy like himself. He said something about God or a higher power. But I brushed that off that was for the birds not for me little more of our talk stayed in my memory but I do know I. Slept the rest of that night while before I had never known what a real night's sleep was. This is my introduction to this understanding fellowship although is to be more than a year later before our society was to bear the name alcoholics anonymous. All of us in Ainhoa the tremendous happiness that is sobriety, but there are also tragedies. My sponsor Jackie was one of these. He brought in many of our original members yet. He himself could not make it and died about Gaullism. The lesson of his death still remains with me yet I often wonder what would have happened if somebody else had made that I call on me. So I always say that as long as I remember January eighth that is how long I will remain sober. The Age old question in a is which came first the neurosis or the alcoholism. I like to think I was fairly normal before alcohol took over. My early life was spent in Baltimore where my father was a physician and a grain merchant, my family lived in very prosper circumstances, and while both my parents drank sometimes too much neither was an alcoholic. Father was very well integrated person and while mother was high strung and a bit selfish and demanding our home life was reasonably harmonious. There were four of US children and although both of my brothers later became alcoholic one died of alcoholism. My sister has never taken a drink in her life. Until I was thirteen I attended public schools with regular promotions and average grades. I have never shown any particular talents nor have I had any real frustrating ambitions? At Thirteen, I was packed off to a very fine Protestant boarding school in Virginia where I stayed for years graduating without any special achievements in sports I made the track and tennis teams I got along well with the other boys and had a fairly large circle of acquaintances but no intimate friends. I. Was Never Homesick and was always pretty self-sufficient. However here I probably took my first step towards my coming alcoholism by developing a terrific version to all churches and established religions at this school. We had Bible readings before each meal and Church Services, four times on Sunday, and I became so rebellious at this that I swore I would never join or go to any church except for weddings or funerals. At Seventeen, I entered the university really to satisfy my father who wanted me to study medicine there as he had. That is where I had my first drink and I still remember it for every I drink afterwards did exactly the same trick. I could feel it go right through every bit of my body and down to my very toes. But. Each drink after the first seemed to become less effective and after three or four, they all seemed like water. I was never a hilarious drunk the more I drank the quieter I got and the drunk I got the harder I fought to stay sober. So it is clear that I never had any fun out of drinking. I would be the sober seeming one in the crowd and all of a sudden. Drunk Est.. Even that first night I blacked out, which leads me to believe that I was an alcoholic from my very first drink. The first year in college I just got by with my studies and that year I majored in Poker and drinking I refuse to join any fraternity as I wanted to be a freelance and that year my drinking was confined to one night stands once or twice a week.

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The Vicious Cycle

Big Book Podcast

06:11 min | Last week

The Vicious Cycle

"How it finally broke southerners obstinacy and destined the salesman to start a at Philadelphia. January eighth nineteen, thirty, eight. That was my day. The place. Washington DC. This last real merry go round had started the day before Christmas and I had really accomplished a lot in those fourteen days. I my new wife had walked out baggage and furniture. Then the apartment landlord had thrown me out of the empty apartment and the finish was the loss of another job. After a couple of days, dollar hotels and one night in the Pokey I. Finally landed on my mother's doorstep shaking apart with several days beard and of course, broke as usual. Many of these same things had happened to me many times before. But this time they had all descended together for me this was it here I was thirty nine years old and a complete washout nothing had worked. Mother would take me in only if I would say locked in a small store room and give her my clothes and shoes, we had played this game before. This is the way Jackie found me lying on a cot in my skivvies with hot and cold sweats pounding heart and that awful itchy scratchiness all over. Somehow, I had always managed to avoid DT's. I had not asked for help and seriously doubt that I would have but fits an old school friend of mine had persuaded. Jackie to call on me. Had, he come two or three days later I think I would have thrown him out but he hit when I was open for anything. Jackie arrived about seven in the evening and talked until three. A M. I don't remember much of what he said but I did realize that here was another guy exactly like me he had been in the same laughing academies in the same jails known the same loss of jobs, same frustration, same boredom, and the same loneliness. If anything he had known all of them even better and more often than I. Yet, he was happy relaxed, competent and laughing. That night for the first time in my life I really let down my hair and admitted my general loneliness. Jackie told me about a group of fellows in New York of who my old friend fits was one who had the same problem I had and who by working together to help each other where not now drinking and we're happy like himself. He said something about God or a higher power. But I brushed that off that was for the birds not for me little more of our talk stayed in my memory but I do know I. Slept the rest of that night while before I had never known what a real night's sleep was. This is my introduction to this understanding fellowship although is to be more than a year later before our society was to bear the name alcoholics anonymous. All of us in Ainhoa the tremendous happiness that is sobriety, but there are also tragedies. My sponsor Jackie was one of these. He brought in many of our original members yet. He himself could not make it and died about Gaullism. The lesson of his death still remains with me yet I often wonder what would have happened if somebody else had made that I call on me. So I always say that as long as I remember January eighth that is how long I will remain sober. The Age old question in a is which came first the neurosis or the alcoholism. I like to think I was fairly normal before alcohol took over. My early life was spent in Baltimore where my father was a physician and a grain merchant, my family lived in very prosper circumstances, and while both my parents drank sometimes too much neither was an alcoholic. Father was very well integrated person and while mother was high strung and a bit selfish and demanding our home life was reasonably harmonious. There were four of US children and although both of my brothers later became alcoholic one died of alcoholism. My sister has never taken a drink in her life. Until I was thirteen I attended public schools with regular promotions and average grades. I have never shown any particular talents nor have I had any real frustrating ambitions? At Thirteen, I was packed off to a very fine Protestant boarding school in Virginia where I stayed for years graduating without any special achievements in sports I made the track and tennis teams I got along well with the other boys and had a fairly large circle of acquaintances but no intimate friends. I. Was Never Homesick and was always pretty self-sufficient. However here I probably took my first step towards my coming alcoholism by developing a terrific version to all churches and established religions at this school. We had Bible readings before each meal and Church Services, four times on Sunday, and I became so rebellious at this that I swore I would never join or go to any church except for weddings or funerals. At Seventeen, I entered the university really to satisfy my father who wanted me to study medicine there as he had. That is where I had my first drink and I still remember it for every I drink afterwards did exactly the same trick. I could feel it go right through every bit of my body and down to my very toes. But. Each drink after the first seemed to become less effective and after three or four, they all seemed like water. I was never a hilarious drunk the more I drank the quieter I got and the drunk I got the harder I fought to stay sober. So it is clear that I never had any fun out of drinking. I would be the sober seeming one in the crowd and all of a sudden. Drunk Est.. Even that first night I blacked out, which leads me to believe that I was an alcoholic from my very first drink. The first year in college I just got by with my studies and that year I majored in Poker and drinking I refuse to join any fraternity as I wanted to be a freelance and that year my drinking was confined to one night stands once or twice a week.

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Stay Weird With Stacy Ossei-Kuffour

Unladylike

05:10 min | Last week

Stay Weird With Stacy Ossei-Kuffour

"So stay we thought we would warm up a little bit because We were delighted to find out that one of your favorite things in the world. Is Felicity. So. What is it about felicity? Well. It's a couple of things I think. For me growing up I I didn't realize it until. Now but I was really obsessed with the WB like. The WB. Children out there will be like, what is she talking about and I think for me? I became obsessed with felicity because she was like I mean obviously Carey is stunning I'm talking about like I know are but I think really affected. Me Was it. It was about this woman who didn't know what she wanted, but she knew she wanted Ben and saying it now it's like such an eye roll but I just thought it was so cool that she. Didn't do anything that her parents or friends wanted her to do and she like just dropped everything and moved to New York for this guy and Mike as a eleven year old a twelve year old I was like yes. Hi. I'm this is I'm going. This is where I'm going I. totally forgot you're going here. So unbelievable. I know this from high school. This is Susan this is. This is. versity felicity while. All right. So I'll see you around. and. Just told myself that I was going to do the same thing felicity did and obviously I mean I there wasn't a boy that I was like in love with and moving to New York for but I researched that like the school that they were modeling it after. Was Nyu, and so I decided that when I was gonNA turn eighteen that that was the school I was GonNa go to. So it's crazy to say now and you know when I did turn eighteen deny auditioned for nyu I didn't get in and so it was heartbreaking and all that stuff and obviously I realized I was not in TV show in not felicity. But then I auditioned my sophomore year and then I did get in and so I moved I dropped everything and moved to New York did you also? Like seek out a job at Dean and Deluca to really out. Absolutely, and they were like no ma'am and I was like please and it's crazy because i. think when I went in there I couldn't afford like not even a Bego I think it was like seven dollars an onion Bagel. But I was like for me like walking Dean and Deluca was like walking into a museum felicity just had an extreme profound effect I. Mean even now I go back and just watch the pilot discussed. Makes me feel good. So getting a little bit into your work to words that we noticed while researching up on, you two words that positively came up a lot to describe your work either by like your own words or other people describing your work. Were dark and weird. So I was wondering what those words, those two words mean to you. I think if I'm honest both of those words like. Growing up had a negative connotation for me I. Think. People often thought I was extremely weird and you know I was a pretty dark kid in terms of the stuff that I was into I mean publicity isn't that dark but I was really into. Buffy obviously but also these. Books where like it's just you know murder and incest, and then I think a lot of my friends were reading goosebumps which I was into but then like my sister was reading just rl Stein. So I was like wait what's that and so I kind of ditched goosebumps because it was like. And got into Rl. Stein. The adult books recalled Rl Stein and so I would read those a lot and those kind of just kept my. I think I was obsessed with a lot of stuff but I didn't WanNa read the Kitty Shit. I really wanted the adult books and I fought really hard. To like, trick my parents into getting me the staff and pretending it was a PG and That's just show you the kind of kid. I was just like I was beyond curious like I wanted the content I wanted I just wanted to grow up really

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"tricking" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"tricking" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Accuses the FBI of tricking him trials later in P. R. news in Michigan about ten thousand people in the Midland area have been forced to evacuate their homes because of flooding days of rain have swell in a river and over run two dams about sixty miles northwest of flint Michigan's governor says downtown Midland could be under nine feet of water before the end of the day flood warnings are posted the centers for disease control and prevention says births in the U. S. dropped last year to their lowest level in thirty five years I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington on the next fresh air a doctor working on treatments for covert nineteen he's best known for his research into the rare disorder he suffered from castle and he created a network of doctors patients and scientists to crowdsource the most promising research with with startling results his new memoir is called chasing my cure China fresh air coming up at one o'clock this afternoon and again seven PM this evening on KQED as for your forecast partly cloudy this morning becoming mostly sunny by this afternoon highs will be in the mid sixties to the upper seventies Sandel have west winds ten to twenty miles per hour by this afternoon in Sacramento partly cloudy this morning then clearing with a high reaching between seventy four and seventy nine degrees support for NPR comes from this station and from quicken loans rocket mortgage by quicken loans is committed to their clients team members and communities resources for people experiencing financial hardship.

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"tricking" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:40 min | 5 months ago

"tricking" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"I'm Florida I don't even have anything left to say you're all right brother. Just go and do it go to DMC. A lot of these people are hitting you up this a really kind community. This might be the virtual community that helps you prop up but do me a favor. Chris Watch US over and over. And just if you remember anything. You're not tricking anyone not anyone. You want to be tricking. You know what I mean. You've got your whole script. You know the you're just you're just not you're not pulling it off. You know what I mean. Yeah I know what you mean because I'm here where I'm at and we're talking right now so clearly not and it's ringing true to me. So yeah that's the truth figure out it's the truth right and the common thing with guys and gals like you. They fool the least emotionally intelligent and so they think they're pulling it off but what they're losing with is the most emotionally intelligent and emotional. Intelligence is the Alpha of our society. And so you need to really understand that and by the way you do you you know you didn't. It didn't work in a work environment because eventually somebody's boss boss or your boss understands that so that's not going to work and it's not. GonNa work with Your Business because you're not going to pull customers see right through it and the customers you're GonNa get are going to be the least emotionally intelligent which are gonNA be sucky customers. And the whole thing's going to break or you listen to this over and over every day. Peress your life until you don't need me no more and you fuck in reverse version which is comfortable with losing your comfortable with not succeeding. You don't worry about the judgment anymore. Even grew up in an environment. Where the judgement over was overvalued new start chipping away at that in creating a new version of yourself and you can because really have no choice. You have no choice. 'cause you know. I'm right and you have no choice because a million people are GonNa Watch this and you're not gonNA BEHIND SOCIETY. One hundred percent true So yeah I I've got I've got to get to work and I'll I'll hammer on this. I believe you. That's why I'm sticking your so long. I weirdly believe you update me in a year brother I love you look back every thank you so much back. We have bret endure number one. That's back or would you like to go with this lovely couple Jason and endure number two. I'm going to. I'm going to wrap up when you get them on for tomorrow. Noga I've only got eight minutes and you know it's kind of like you ever see like a superhero movies like the On the sci fi stuff like the person gives all the energy but then they're like like this is like this is like the episode. Where like I just going to wrap up took. I appreciate what I'm sorry to cut it short but I left it all on the field on that one so I will be a wonderful day. Please let me know if you got value out of that last session. Please please hit me up on twitter. Got A few before my next thing. I could really use the comments. My twitter a lot of you. Don't hit me on twitter. Please send me up on twitter some. I'd really really like talking about that. I'd like to see how many people yeah thank you for watching C. Tomorrow as we end today's podcast. I want to give a huge shout out to the people. It's so funny. People that leave reviews and written reviews of this podcast on Apple spotify and all the other platforms just mean the world to me. You've taken extra thirteen to ninety five seconds to show love and also give context of why this is a worthwhile podcast so I appreciate that so much and even more fun because I think we all love a little cosigner shoutout or a little awareness. I'm going to have the team give a couple of shoutouts daily on Our favorite reviews so take it away which we're favorites this week. Thanks Gary Today's highlighted review is stay the course by Razor J. Gary is someone you listen to that. Inspires you to think. Big and motivates. You move on your actions. He often says he says the same thing. But it's his and persistence to the cause that keeps it fresh. Every time he has led me to create for myself and got me out of a dark spot. Thanks Gary for your help determination and for showing us that empathy is Ki Ki. Those reviews coming we could highlight yours next..

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"tricking" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

08:02 min | 5 months ago

"tricking" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Help them understand that. Hey look what you're doing is is a bad idea and so we know that as males yup yet so first and foremost the huge keeper you is to realize looking young is just another pillar of you justifying to yourself. Why why the person would say no. It's really understanding like that. You should have empathy for somebody that thinks you look too young at heart is an experience like you need to get a great relationship with no. You know like you know when you're ready thinking about the thought of like do. I look too young. Or how do I get them to think of me seriously? And by for me what? I'm most zeroing in on like hey Chris don't worry about that like ninety three percents. I'M GONNA say no anyway like I was I was. I was very similar until I until the the Russian immigrant. Dna started getting into the is an wrinkles. But like I looked quite young most of my youth and you know I was also trying to sell wine when I was seventeen looking at eleven and of course everybody said no when I think you need to figure out is don't even start you. I don't want you to even be thinking about the reason they're not going to take you serious. I want you to focus on the three people that say yes for whatever reason out of the hundred fifty you ask and then crushing the fuck out of that and then becoming that becoming your reputation. Yeah no that that actually makes sense And I guess I more specifically not worried about people say no. I did sales for twelve years. I'm just eating garbage My logo actually I created for my business was community created. I had been Basically in sales and marketing but no logo design with. Why why why? Why did you fired from the two jobs? Like we'll talk like if we're going to really bring value on some real fucking like you don't even want to say it out loud shit you know what I mean yet. What why do you get the first one? I think I threw my heart and soul into. I think that one. It was more of a distraction. not not staying focused on the exact specific jobs that they wanted to do. So you so. This is interesting to me because there's something going on in my world right now. I'm dying to see if this is what you meant. Show what was what kind of job was that. It was it was Wells Fargo Sorry Visit Bank Sun. Or He's so you had to read it but you were so fired up and so high energy were you bleeding into other people's territories to show that you could and that puts you in a curious spot both. Chris. This is fucking amazing. I love you right now because I'm going to make a piece of content right now that's gonNA save a lot of people from a lot of headaches and really help you and I right now about to help a lot of people interested so I've been thinking a ton about this Chris. I see this all the time. I have seen over the last two decades. A ton of people get caught in this and right now. There's a couple of scenarios I'm seeing and it's fucking killing me and I'm trying to fix it and I'm like I'm just. I'm babbling right now. Because I'm so happy. There are so many people that work at jobs who who get their task. Who then start trying to do other people's jobs or in insert themselves into other places they don't belong and it is one hundred percent based on insecurity so the interesting thing here too is i. I agree with you actually. Totally one hundred percent The per second and I want your next month because I want to help people listen. You're not tricking anybody by trying to jump into other people's jobs and like you think you're trying you're showing somebody yourself usually but somebody like look at all these things I can do. I'm so capable. Give me more it. Such tell it's like poker when you're unable to stay in your thing and you start meddling in other people's stuff you're trying to make yourself feel better that you're more capable a lot of times than you are. You're you're lacking self awareness and then you're exposing yourself and all the under conversations are really going to get you fired because people can feel it. And there's chatter underneath and I see it from a lot of people and people that work at banner and people who live people work and other places and I really like them and I feel devastated and I am going to start going at it a little bit more more Kendra with them because it is. It is a very common thing. I'm seeing and what I want to tell everybody and see the reactions are on fire what I want to tell everybody is. This is important for the young Christmas who went through it and the other is an people. I'm thinking right now that I hope are watching. You're not tricking anyone. I feel like people knew this is the moment like if you knew nobody's confused. You're not showing that you can do a lot of stuff. You're showing that you're insecure more. And you're trying to overcompensate for your deep insecurity and that you're tricking no one no one's confused and it's GonNa lead to bad Firing or getting or getting put into a box where you're just in a corner. This is a big deal in our society. It rears its head a ton. It's it's I'm just like it's crazy. Comments haven't exploded this much. Chris Longtime like this is a big one and like I love you right now. You came into my life but this exact second because it's on my mind heavy and I needed somebody like you. That was honest and could own it like when you when the most important moments video Chris was when I delivered what delivered. And you said you're right you're absolutely right. That was huge because then people I'm sitting over here talking about it you lived it. That's important for people Chris a big deal and it's also why you were worried about looking twenty two Chris. I'm telling you right now bro. Reason failing through life and the reason that I'm your fucking guy. The reason I'm your fucking die is because I was blessed with luck. I don't feel better than you. I got lucky. I got lucky with DNA circumstance and parenting to have ultimate self-confidence. You've been unfortunate but not crazy unfortunate. 'cause you're young talking about the fix it to not to not and you need to jump immediately on the fucking twenty two year old thing. It's why as soon as you said the other thing like. Wait a minute this little last night. I was laying in bed thinking about it because I'm thinking about three or four people love at my company that are in trouble because of this. Listen we BRO. You have to go deep as fuck like fuck in deep to the roots shed. You can't cut the flower you gotta go in the dirt. You Know Event. You need to realize that your mom or Dad your DNA or your circumstance created insecurity. Worried what other people think. You're not competent enough to be happy enough but you can be and should be what you need to do is flip the switch like it's practice. It's like working out right like is to have puny and now at least I have a little bit of muscle. It was work. I do work every day. You need to work every day. Not Some Foo Poopie Shit. Like I'm good enough. Which probably matters to by the way? 'cause I don't even want to consider the but I want you to go intense on this because I'm telling you right now bro. You can switch that and realize fuck like my big thing on. Confidence is don't put anybody else on a pedestal. Chris don't put anybody else on a pedestal. Don't put me on a pedestal. Don't put anybody on a pedestal. Once you realize everybody else has massive shortcomings massive shortcomings once you realize. Everybody else has massive shortcomings. Now you'll under level not that you're admiring something you don't have because guess what I admire your hair and.

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"tricking" Discussed on Reset

Reset

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"tricking" Discussed on Reset

"Alfred ing is a senior reporter at seen. This is resets and I'm at the end zoom. Ross who you don't have to say it that way you can find me on twitter. I'm at a D. R. S. Or you can reach the reset team by emailing reset at. Vox Dot Com. We publish episodes three times a week on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sundays. If you haven't already subscribe to the Pod you can find us on apple podcasts. Stitcher or in your favorite podcast APP. And if you like what you hear rate and review US apple podcasts. It really helps other people find the show. We'll read and scholar. Swinson produced the show. Our engineer is Eric Gomez Amy Drops Oscar at. Its some of our episodes. Our intern is Daniel Marcus. Golda Arthur is our executive producer. Liz Kelly Nelson is the editorial director of Vox. Podcasts and the mysterious brake master cylinder composed our theme Music Reset is produced in association with Stitcher. And we're part of the VOX media podcast network. We'll be back on Tuesday later nerds. Hey I'm Jason Delray. I'm the father of two young kids which means like many of you right now. I'm working from home while trying to keep the kids learning and entertained and like you. I'm using tech products to keep my life together. Google classroom Facebook Messenger for kids net flicks. All of that on top of that list is Amazon and Amazon prime as senior correspondent for recode. I've covered Amazon for seven years now and I'm the host of the first season of land of the giants called the rise of Amazon. It's about how Jeff bezos turned an online bookseller into one of the biggest companies in the world and how it transformed the way we shop live and work in the podcast. We explore. How Amazon prime is the key to the company's success and how it's something you'll be hard pressed to ever quit. We'll see what happens. When Amazon builds a warehouse in a small Kansas town? And then what happens when it decides to leave and of course we tackle. The question is Amazon too. Powerful too big land of the giants from recode. Vox Media podcast network. Listen to the entire first season right now on spotify apple podcasts or in your favorite podcast APP..

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"tricking" Discussed on Reset

Reset

06:27 min | 5 months ago

"tricking" Discussed on Reset

"So we have been doing this about five years. Five years of tricking Instagram I ask Samantha to explain how this all works most simply broken down. We are doing two things so i. We have multiple accounts for every person in our group and the second thing we password sharing across our group so I might be signed into two of mine one of friend. A ONE OF B. One of friends see will switch out Who signed into what account? At what time so that. You can't track the countdown to one specific location or user. It's constantly changing and all of the location. Data is based off of someone's real life. So that when you're looking at the location data for one account. It might be in Germany for one week and then in the US for another and By having a real person being our source of location data instead of one set. Ip address in a different country. It's more randomized because you get that. Real life randomness. And you can't really predict what's going to happen okay. So in practice. This is what it might look like. When Samantha posts a picture on Instagram? So I would take that picture figure out whatever caption I liked and what account I wanted it. Posted to and send it to this core group that we have so in the core we have about seven people who know of all of the accounts that are signed in and who signed into what account at what time and they'll send it to the correct person or link you up so that you can send it to them and tell them what you want the caption to be and tell them what time of day you want it posted at. So if they're in another country you don't want them to post it at midnight in wherever you are So sometimes that gets a little bit. Tricky but We try to keep it as easy as possible. So like don't make someone wake up in the middle of the night on a school night so that they can post your picture from vacation and so once you send them your picture and your caption than the post it from wherever they are At the specified time. And that's how it works. So tell me Samantha. Why do you care? So much about preventing instagram. From knowing exactly who you are where you live what your interests are. What does this matter to you so we wanted to make sure that if someone were to Google or name the account that shows up might be our account. But they're not gonna be able to find us and know where we live I was worried about stockers in the beginning but then I realized that this can actually apply to big companies who are trying to target different ads that you are trying to target you to go to certain colleges or get certain jobs that these companies aren't going to be able to control or have influence in those aspects of your life helped me understand what exactly you mean by by this whole college thing helped me understand how scrambling the data instagram has about you impacts things like jobs or colleges so by screaming of our data so much we are trying to make it more difficult for those targeted things to come towards us. Colleges are emailing us and they're like hey we saw you like such and such you like robotics because you have a robotics account. Well were school so we want to be able to see those colleges but also not have only those colleges interested in us or only those job opportunities interested in us. Ray Yeah so we want to have the ability to come to those conclusions by yourself in If a college was to look us up only be able to find that public account that we want them to see it. Sounds to me like what you're saying is that you're trying to reclaim your agency. Your freedom your ability to explore the landscape whether it's a job opportunity or college without getting influenced by ads like perfect. So how many people are doing this with you. So right now Our group is constantly expanding and we also have people leaving as they're starting to form their own groups so At our core. I'd say we have about twenty people so we reach out to different countries in different locations and we asked for like five to seven people in those locations to help us insight into our accounts and in exchange will sign into theirs and keep up this. Meta data sort of overload will kind of bug them every now and then When we want the data really messed up. Why are you trusting all of these people with your instagram passwords like? Aren't you worried that they're going to post something that'll make you look bad? So we do use a very big system of trust. There's a lot of trust involved a lot of people in our core group. We are seeing everyday so those people are the ones who have access to our private accounts. Ones that when you look up our names that's what you see because we know if they do something wrong we can talk to them in person and we can figure out why they did that and we can kick them out of the group that's necessary. Has that actually happened? Not yet okay. Nobody has posted anything wrong or bad yet. we're hoping it never happens because it would hurt a lot if it did in elementary school you learn about people who are like lying as bad never do that. But then you realize defy tell you. I'm supposed to be in the hall in non in class. You let me stay in the hallway. I know that that's a bad thing to do. But what if I change Jenny online using that same concept you tell me? It's bad to do that but what I'm doing is protecting myself Mantha. I really appreciate the time that you spent with me explaining this to me. Thank you so much for doing this. this was really fascinating. Thank you coming up after. The break does Samantha's technique actually work. And what's the story behind this whole discussion thing? This is reset..

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"tricking" Discussed on Reset

Reset

03:57 min | 5 months ago

"tricking" Discussed on Reset

"Without getting influenced by a bunch of targeted ads. Check it out Samantha. Moseley is seventeen years old. She lives in Maryland where she's a junior in high school and like most teenagers. She spends a certain amount of time on instagram. I'd say like about five hours a week. There are some people who I know personally and they use instagram. A lot more than I do but I prefer to keep my social media time down. I tend to post about once every two months. I try to keep it limited to Life Prom homecoming fancy events like that so that when someone looks up my name they see nice pictures of me. Instead of some not. As high quality photos Samantha has multiple instagram accounts about five she says NBA each serve. A purpose. There's a home wide variety his. I have a different account fruit each audience and different interests for each audience. So like on my main account. I'm more focused on like my high school people around me all just like their photos. Post things related to my high school and then another account is for more engineering and technology and on an account all look at different robotics projects girls who code things like that. But unlike most of her peers Samantha and a group of her friends are intentionally messing with instagram to prevent the platform from knowing too much about them. We want instagram to have a harder time tracking us. What we're doing. We are where we live different things like that today. On the show how a group of teens are freeing themselves from instagram's algorithm and the theory behind this technique. I'm aerials Ross. This is reset Samantha is about as tech savvy as teenagers come. She's into robotics. Coding Social Media and about five years ago when she was in middle school. She had an idea so I was part of a first Lego League team. Which is a robotics competition? But the robots all made out of legos and we had a shared social media account because we wanted everyone to have access to it and we noticed that each time someone would sign in. It would change what it was recommending to us. If you click on the explore page on twitter or instagram. Ill show you different people or accounts that you should follow so we saw that those accounts were changing and the content was changing. So maybe for one person. It was like makeup in theater than another person. It was like Technology in robots and things like that that insight that having multiple people use the same account can make it hard for Instagram to recommend posts or target a specific user with ads. That was a big moment. For Samantha. It led her to apply this idea to her own private accounts with a lot of help from her friends. So what? My friends and I have been doing instagram is. We're trying to offi scare identities as much as possible office gate to render obscure or unintelligible. That words going to be important in this episode so me and my friends decided to start sharing our accounts in sharing our passwords because we wanted that algorithm that different social media platforms used to be more. I'm confused and not know exactly who we were and what we were doing on our everyday lives and we're doing this by flooding the Meta data so our name. Our location are different. Things like that that a social media platform will keep track of so. If someone found all of that data they wouldn't be able to find us in.

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"tricking" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:33 min | 6 months ago

"tricking" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"People are stocking up on tricking the life con we sold five hundred and sixty nine six and three hours so far this season farm supplier I if a country store says baby chicks sales are up almost thirty percent CD shoes is a poultry department director people started panicking saying we need checks we got to happen right now and that's when we realized that there was going to be an issue with a supply and demand CBS news correspondent Carter Evans who says many grocery stores and chains are limiting the amount of eggs you can buy at one time the corona virus pandemic is hitting a ride share drivers really hard a study found the incomes of uber and lift drivers down by eighty percent since the safer at home orders began like a lot of other industries right your drivers are struggling especially there's not much demand out there and so I think over the past few weeks drivers and a lot of places have seen their earnings peak decreased drastically or pretty much dropped down to zero in some places too and what's worse Harry Campbell founder of the rideshare guy says because their gig workers and considered independent contract employees are not entitled to the normal unemployment insurance however fortunately they were included in the stimulus bill so they will be getting unemployment as sort of a special case through that some drivers have switched over to delivery but Campbell says many tell him the pay isn't as good Karen Adams can extend seventy newsradio there's a problem in commerce is seven ten south bound at Washington we'll find out more from Jeff thanks coming right up one okay also accepting boats motorcycles R. V.'s in real estate donations this is something California is only twenty four hour local news and traffic station K. and extend seventy news radio and US nine point five nine KNX good evening I'm Jan Stevens coming up this is Chris Seton's I'll tell you about some new research into covert nineteen as possible effects on pregnant women and newborns the trucking industry delivers during corona virus that's stories coming up in five minutes when Bloomberg checks or money and Easter message of defiance from what Ventura county pastor I'm Emily Valdez the stories coming up in the next fifteen minutes but first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives your checked bags well let's start off this report M. commerce seven ten south bound at Washington we thought it was just a solo car spin out blocking the slow lane but now we see that a big rig has also been involved bottom line is your slow lane is blocked right now on that seven ten south bound the CHP is aware of what's going on and they're on their way with a new problem on the northbound four oh five right at Howard Hughes parkway looks like a car might be out of gas but other blocking a little bit of traffic there not too much long because there's not a lot of people out of the freeway right now but I just wanna make you aware that in the last downtown the CHP just wrapped up a break on the one on one north bound at First Street because of a dog that was running around on the freeway Calabasas one on one eastbound at parkway Calabasas they've cleared that stalled car that was on the freeway and they're still working on the problem looks like on the eastbound sixty in diamond bar Java bar Boulevard car flipped over and was blocking lanes and just take a little while to get that vehicle off of the freeway your next report coming up at nine fifty five AM Geoff Biggs with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio the deeper marine layer that sitting over portions of southern California has kept things cool and cloudy all day with light rain and drizzle we're expecting a little bit more of the light rain and drizzle about a tenth of an inch or less for most places however foothill communities could see about two tenths of an inch.

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"tricking" Discussed on Reset

Reset

08:30 min | 8 months ago

"tricking" Discussed on Reset

"Samantha is is about as tech savvy as teenagers come. She's into robotics. Coding Social Media and about five years ago when she was in middle school. She had an idea so oh I was part of a first Lego League team which is a robotics competition but the robots all made out of legos and we had a shared social media account because we wanted on and Everyone to have access to it. And we noticed that each time someone would sign it would change what it was recommending to us if you clicked on the explore a page on twitter or instagram. Ill show you different people or accounts that you should follow so we saw that those accounts were changing and the content was changing being so maybe for one person it was like makeup in theater and then another person it was like Technology and robots and things like that that insight that having multiple people use the same account can make it hard for Instagram to recommend posts or target a specific user with ads. That was a big moment. Moment for Samantha. It led her to apply this idea to her own private accounts with a lot of help from her friends. So what my friends and I have been doing on. INSTAGRAM CAM is. We're trying to off escape. Our identities as much as possible obfuscate to render obscure or unintelligible. That words going GonNa be important in this episode so me and my friends decided to start sharing our accounts in sharing our passwords because we wanted the algorithm that different social media platforms us to be more Confused and not know exactly who we were and what we were doing on our everyday lives. And we're doing this by flooding. The Meta data. Yeah so our name. Our location are different. Things like that. That a social media platform will keep track of so. If someone found around all of that data they wouldn't be able to find us in real life so we have been doing this about five years five years of tricking instagram. I asked Amanda to explain how this all works most simply broken down. We're doing two things so I. We have multiple multiple accounts for every person in our group and the second thing is we have password sharing across our group so I might be signed into two of mine mine. One of a one friend be one of friends see will switch out Who signed into what account at what time so that? You can't track the the countdown to one specific location user. It's constantly changing and all of the location. Data is based off of someone's real life. So that when you're looking at the location data for one account. It might be in Germany for one week and then in the US for another and by having a real person in our source of location data instead of one set ip address in a different country. It's more randomized because you get that. Real life randomness randomness. And you can't really predict what's going to happen okay. So in practice this is what it might look like. When Samantha posts picture on Instagram? So I would take that picture figure out whatever caption I liked and what account I wanted it posted to and send it to this core group that we have so in the core we have about seven people who know of all of the accounts that are signed in who signed into what account at. What time and they'll send it to the correct person or link you up so that you can send it to them and tell them what you want the caption to be and tell them what time of day you want it posted at so so they're in another country you don't want them to post it at midnight in wherever you are So sometimes that gets a little bit tricky but We try to to keep it as easy as possible. So like don't make someone wake up in the middle of the night on a school night so that they can post your picture from vacation and so once you send in your picture and your caption than the post it from wherever they are At the specified time. And that's how it works mom So tell me Samantha. Why do you care so much about preventing instagram? From knowing exactly who you are where you live. What your interests czar? Why does this matter to you so we wanted to make sure that if someone were to Google name the count that shows up might be our or account but they're not gonna be able to find us and know where we live I was worried about stalkers in the beginning but then I realized that this can actually apply. I too big companies who are trying to target different ads you. They're trying to target you've to go to certain colleges or get certain jobs that these companies aren't gonNA be able to control or have influence in those aspects of your life helped me understand what exactly you mean by by this whole college thing help me understand. How scrambling data the INSTAGRAM has about you impacts things like jobs or colleges so by screaming data so much we are trying to make it more difficult for those targeted things to come towards us? Colleges are emailing us in. They're like hey we saw you like such and such you like robotics because you have a robotics account well were romantic school So we want to be able to see those colleges but but also not only those colleges interested in us or only those job opportunities interested in us. Ray Yes so we want to have the ability to come to those conclusions by ourself and If a college wants to look us up only be able to find that public account that we you want them to see it. Sounds to me like what you're saying is that you're trying to reclaim your agency your freedom your ability to explore the landscape whether it's a job opportunity or college college without getting influenced by ADS. Yeah you got that wording like perfect so how many people are doing this with you. So right now Our group is constantly expanding and we also have people leaving as they're starting to form their own groups so At our core I'd Hyde say we have about twenty people so we reach out to different countries in different locations and we asked for like five to seven people in those locations sewer help us insight into our accounts in in exchange will sign into theirs and keep up this Meta data overload will kind of bug them every every now and then When we want the data really messed up? Why are you trusting all these people with your instagram passwords like? Aren't you worried that they're going to post something that will make you look bad so we do use a very big system of trust. There's a lot of trust involved a lot of people in our core group. We are seeing everyday we day so those people are the ones who have access to our private accounts. The ones that when you look up our names that's what you see because we know if they do something wrong we can talk to them in person and we can figure out why they did that and we can kick them out of the group if that's necessary. Has that actually happened not yet okay. Nobody has posted anything wrong or bad yet. we're hoping it never happens because it would hurt a lot if it did did alimentary school. You'll learn about people who are like lying is bad. Never do that but then you realize wait if I tell you I'm supposed to be in the hall in non classing. Let me stay in the hallway. I know that that's a bad thing to do. But what if I change my identity. Uh Online using that same concept. You told me it's bad to do that but what I'm doing is protecting myself Mantha. I really appreciate the time that you spent with me explaining this to me. Thank you so much for doing this. this was really fascinating. Yeah thank you coming up after. The break does Samantha's technique actually work and what's the story behind this whole up fiscal thing. This.

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"tricking" Discussed on Reset

Reset

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"tricking" Discussed on Reset

"Mm-hmm Samantha Moseley is seventeen years old. She lives in Maryland and where she's a junior in high school and like most teenagers. She spends a certain amount of time on instagram. I'd say like about five hours a week there. There are some people who I know personally and they use instagram. A lot more than I do but I prefer to keep my social media time down. I tend supposed about once every two months. I try to keep it limited to Life Prom homecoming fancy events like that so that when someone looks up my name they see nice food pictures of me. Instead of some not. As high quality photos Samantha has multiple fool. INSTAGRAM accounts. About five she says and the each serve a purpose is the whole wide variety. His I have a different account for each audience and different interests for each audience. So like on my main account. I'm more focused on like my high school. People around me all just like their photo does post things related to my high school and then another account is for more engineering and technology on that account all look at different robotics projects girls who code things like that. But unlike most of her peers Samantha and a group of her friends are intentionally messing with instagram to prevent the platform from knowing too much about them. We want instagram to have a harder time tracking us. What we're doing who we are where we live different things? It's like that today on the show. How a group of teens are freeing themselves from instagram's algorithm and the theory behind this technique? I'm aerials Ross This is reset.

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"tricking" Discussed on A Moment of Science

A Moment of Science

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"tricking" Discussed on A Moment of Science

"An open. Doorway stand inside it facing into the room now. Now press your arms outward until the backs of your hands or pressing into the door frame go ahead and try it. Keep pressing outward as hard as you feel comfortable with for the next minute senator. So in the meantime let's talk about what your muscles are doing in order to maintain the right amount of stiffness. Your muscles need to know how much resistance. Since they're up. Against to check this your muscles have sensory receptors inside the muscle tissue itself which tell your nervous system just how stiff or relax relax. These muscles are receptors in the tendons measure. Your muscles contraction with this information feeding back from the muscle. Your body can figure you're out how tight the muscle needs to be in order to keep it in the same place. which right now is you press? The doorway is pretty tight. What will happen though if you suddenly take the resistance of that door frame away? Let's find out step into the room again and completely relax your arms. If you've been pressing hard enough you'll be surprised to find your arms now. Drifting effortlessly upward as though you had helium balloons tied to your wrists. What's going on? Is this while you were pressing. Your muscles learned that they needed to be pretty stiff to stay in the same place. Stepping out of the doorway changed all that and very very suddenly it takes your muscles a few moments to learn about this new situation until that happens your arms will continue to press outward against a door frame. That's that's no longer there. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are.

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"tricking" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

Point of Inquiry

14:03 min | 11 months ago

"tricking" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

"Hello everybody welcome to another edition of point of inquiry I'm your host. Jim underdown for today's episode. I went all the way to London England to talk to a couple of big names in the world of skepticism and and critical thinking. I was over there for the presentation of the Richard Dawkins award to Ricky Gervais this year the center for inquiry and the Richard Dawkins Foundation splashed out for a big event in East London. I interviewed Richard Wiseman in Conway Hall. That's old British humanist building right off of Red Lion Square which has its own bit of history and central London. Richard Wiseman and I have been friends for about twenty years now. Richard is a psychologist and a magician and an author and many other things. He's written several books including rip it up fifty nine seconds. Check out his books. There well researched and very interesting one of my favorite stories with Wiseman is he. He actually broke the phone system and England during one of his experiments it was on. TV doing an experiment to see if people could tell if someone else was lying and they had to call in to vote which person was lying or or whatever it was but anyway they got so snowed under with phone calls that Broke the British phone system. So I'd have my admire him for that. Richard Wiseman is a huge figure and skepticism and science based information about paranormal beliefs. And just other ways we think he blends humor and groundbreaking breaking research in his presentations and books and is really a fantastic ally in the quest Cabrera in critical thinking to the masses. So I give you now from downtown London England my conversation with Richard. Wiseman you were here with Richard Wise Men at Conway Hall in Amazing. Yeah this is Alana history in this building a loss of history much which I don't know I think it's Monte Thirties. I think it gets back. Full that go back. Pull that maybe the decade before nineteen twenties. That's my feeling mouth full and it's safest is a free thought is humanism is. It's it's grapes can have many many times worry from what's your what's your early early history I'm from Luton in the UK. which is a city talent? I think about thirty miles. North of London was born bag. Go into magic very young and then joined the magic circle. I lied about my age. mid sixties joy tales about seventeen and then because magic. I got into psychology came to University College London here in London as the name suggests because it was the closest university to the magic circle. The bicycle degree went up to Edinburgh Edinburgh. Scotland to degree in parapsychology then came back down this end Z.. Invest Hof Cheer. I still am and now ooh years later. I'm a professor of psychology there and I've been voting sketch skepticism throughout the the whole kind of time. So you win it in psychology. Never really pitching yourself as having a practice and having no I went through ignorance so which is the best way that if any career actually elegy so I read it become a magic and it said that some that was a psychology could how to win friends and influence people. Is that Thou come Iki book which is actually a fantastic book. But he's nothing to do with experimental. Psychology is colleague us a really good writer to just kind of saying things I remember was names and smile and all this other stuff and talk about psychology and I was about sixteen. I think I read that Book Doc so I thought Oh ball experimental psychology university that that must be like the the comic book when there is nothing like you to its proper experiments stats and things like that. But that's what interested in psychology. And then I think even then ten onwards if I finally enough I went home to my parents house quite recently and look at my old books when I I was about ten or eleven and a skeptical stuff in there yet but Muda Triangle solved a on all this stuff so I was into that. That really young from a believer side are totally from now. He's always skeptical. It was like UFO's solved. We had a magazine. This country will be unexplained at every every month that explained within explain things otherwise. We could SUV. If you're a reader so as explained and that was the most sort of leverage thing I had with the rest of the noise wherever the phenomena flown was explain the underneath. So yeah that stuff young you hacksaw you hear so many stories about people in our world who Susan blackmore been the most prominent for example of people who have had serious beliefs and these e l was soon I got back a very long way and by never believed any of the Stafa dolphin parents rate is never went to church. That's we have a cub scout movement in this country for the Scouts in states I would think but our wants a quite tied up with belief in golden the Queen and so when I was asked to say that I'd left. The scouts. Full my own scout troop as a scout drew. Were Way ahead of the curve. Way I have the cover that there's any minute so it was a troop was the right. Love wasn't even group is just an individual so I did that and and then one day when I was I would think eighteen at soon. I've spoken about this and I turned on the television. We have I think would open university in this country. Country used to broadcast or lectures on TV and attorney and there was this person with shocking. Red Hair talking about the paranormal but the she was looking at a research was into. Why people believe this stuff and experience it and that may was this incredible moment? I thought wow he could look at the stuff and you don't have look with rich troops. I didn't think it was but the fact you can look experiences and beliefs an SU on TV so without sue. I wouldn't have gone along that pathway. Oh how about that. And and and never realized he had that connection with her. Yeah and that you could do serious study about this and that it would be accepted by the academic community and eventually publications like yeah. No you've written for skeptical. Inquirer magazine published law in a festival. Over the place published both sides sides divides of publishing the journal Psyche Research and skipped acquirer in psychology journals. As might my. PhD WAS UP IN EDINBURGH WITH BILL Morris who was a believer because he was running that the cuss that chair parapsychology and such down for years. As with all the parapsychologists really did believe I saw the word parapsychologist adjust which normally for the rest of us in the skeptical world. The antenna go like Oh boy here. We go trying to attach some sort of academic credibility ready to this crap. But you were it wasn't crappy you could learn it. You could study it in a way that would be legitimate incredibly. Yeah that's the pope was about. I mean he tossed away from the past tense but at both was a very nice guy. He's been around the block many times and so he knew a loss of mediums psychics with frauds. And that's why. He bought me into investigate that stuff. He's real interest was experimental parapsychology which is alleged into normally stick affects a very small. We have to get lots of people in doing card guessing or whatever it is and he wanted to run studies that were as well controlled as possible. As has some of the lessons learned through doing this study's fed directly into mainstream psychology. So some of the folks doing that parapsychology stuff on North pseudo-scientists a two old. They're they're doing fringe science because he's in the fringe area but trying to be as rigorous as possible. As I say some the lesson learned have been affected mainstream psychology so there there is also kind of barking mad stuff out there but there's also some people doing good stuff and there's just there's also stuff that looks like it's legitimate but it's poorly done academically. I mean we know that any any paper can be poorly written even if it ends up in the national news That doesn't mean it was well done in the first place and I mean can I -ssume that if Bob was doing these rigorous literacy tests that it's it's not going well for them in the paranormal believes this is. This is the thing in the results. oops that stuff. It's it's Kinda check it it's it's difficult. See how this procedure which is called Ganz fell which is essentially reduction procedure and the claim is that that can help Huby psychically sunny. Some experiment worked support. It neither believe it but it's it's it's pretty well conducted so right at the moment so my partners Caroline Wall to is current Kessler a festive of parapsychology. We will together to do some large-scale Studies so I have got one foot in that that camp they both bovine feet normally Aaron skepticism. It's strange stamps to have both feet and skeptcism one foot in the parapsychology cow. Make sure interesting life and quite difficult storms as well and then you've published books. I have ten eleven eleven lesson books accounts the far too many. What are your favorite? Everyone's as you that comes off. I I mean so i. I did about decade off skeptical stuff and then pod to investigate paranormal corona investigating mediums psychics and Gangsta Cycle. And all those those conventions and things and then in I think two thousand. I was trying onto page a book all about this book about the paranormal. My agent an I put this book out to all the publishing houses in London and no one was interested. And and then we have this kind of mop-up meeting and by chance. I said you know one of the things. I'm interested news ninety belief in the paranormal belief in luck while we touch wood cross fingers and he said well you doing I said well. We're looking at the thoughts and behaviors of lucky people. I'm lucky ones whether you could change your mindset to be lucky anyway. There's a book in that so we pitched it and that became luck factor. It sold all over the world that was about two thousand one two thousand and two and then since they are not equality and fifty nine seconds. Kids night's golden power normality. Most recently the follow books so yes been whole string of them since we run into people whose concept of luck I've run into. This is that it's like this cloud that comes in lands on certain people here and there What do you say? But that's the way it feels. I think we all know people who just seem to be very lucky. Through lifeless lucky chance opportunities other people seem very unlucky though the wherever they try in and I think that is in a sense an illusion. I think that we creating much of our own good and bad luck. By the way we think and behave here talking about luck in life so nothing that I have written. In terms of any intervention wreck societies will make you any luckier. When you go to Vegas? You're up against chumps lay. Ah You don't get to win the lottery because you've read the fact book will you might not systematically however when it comes to life whether it comes to opportunities who you meet what Projects you start and so on isn't charts and that was the stuff is interested in how you go people to be more lucky if you like a more positive what we with now cool mindset and so as soon studies into that was one of those people would be doing studies into the idea of self development self help vastly randomly assigning people to groups having them do the different interventions next two sizes and seeing results so that was block fact when it came out one of the things that stuck with me in that book with Oprah's very enjoyable degreed and was that lucky people. One of the conclusions was walkie. People will try things that occasionally make you look day. They enter lotteries. Maybe not so much you know big lotto tickets words one hundred and fifty million to one to win but if there's a door prize for something they actually fill out the piece of paper because they think they could win. It's an and that becomes a metaphor. Fook so the more people you talk to more like. You're going to have Komo. Steve Encounter the Baltic. She tried more like this. One's going to make you a million off. Efforts is and and so it is about that idea of creating and noticing pissing opportunities of acting. It is about being resilient when bad things happen. It's about being optimistic. To some extent about trusting intuition. It's older these things until he's a very early book into that genre now. It's quite crowded marketplace. But at the time it was this this kind of innovative type. Yeah so did Oprah's Oprah's the secret sort of is the Zette well. That was interesting because I think that kind comes out a little bit later and fifty nine right things which fifty nine seconds later book about things you can learn in less than a minute People misunderstand positive psychology psychology is about the things things you need to do to lead a happier better life. It isn't just about being relentlessly pulse of us. God our heads would explode exactly if you just sit at home hoping to win the lottery. That's not going to help. Anyone says it's not just this thing about.

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"tricking" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tricking" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Engineering and you don't have to be the best coder. In the world, you have to be. Good tricking people so they're very very good, about for example Figuring out who in IT is at a crypto exchange targeting them, with one or two very targeted simple emails to get their passwords to critical system so they can actually move a whole exchange over for maybe an hour or. Two but takeover all the traffic for planting a very special piece. Of code inside of an exchange to, get them access to then Coffey code or how about this we'll. Hijack the. Cell, phone number of one of the critical employees maybe. Even a c. level employee port their phone number over what, they've done to those who own kryptonite that's right well. They do it to people? Who work in exchanges and now when messages come in about security validations password codes it's going to the criminal and, not the the employees what are you guys doing we're seeing industry mature and you know what we've been doing is creating, anti money laundering capabilities for these crypto exchanges and for hedge funds. And other investors who need to verify. The source of, funds didn't come, from stolen Sources from our area and I think this, is what people perhaps misconceive is that you can trace bad actions within krypton it's not completely an identifiable Forever forever for alleged to a certain extent is that much harder yeah I mean it's difficult to figure out who's who and you, can also get a lot of value by figuring what's a, good transaction versus, not just finding the bad, ones because if you risk, score, a transaction the same way as you would with, a credit card transaction even at Bank logging fly that to crypto you can start to say well these are all looking pretty safe and pretty good and. These ones we don't know anything about or we see some bad traffic and you can, then, score out the customers. Or the funds that are dangerous keep them off your system that was David. Jevans CEO of cypher trace speaking.

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"tricking" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tricking" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Know it's you know she's me while i kissed the sky at least those have the same sound and the same rhythmic here in over a real relationship how can we here two totally different things in our perspectives be so skewed by that comment right i mean we all experience the world differently you know when i when when you when you first here lyric you think you think you know what it is uh even if someone tell you is that not with the way it gives you always here that no matter what because it's the first thing you thought of what you heard you know the jimi hendrix off so i mean our brains are tricking us all the time you know there's exam you know there's examples where people are just reading i know in psychology they used to do this all the time they give you a sentence or two and then you'd have to read it out loud and what they do is they would leave out certain words um or certain letters in certain words and people wouldn't even noticed they just go ahead and read right through it um start brain fills in spots of fills in sounds its it's fills in everything to make our lives easier so you know human perception is is subjective and and that's why these easy peas and and sometimes videos can be a little bit um you know one person sees one thing one other persons he's another you have a um graduate degree in clinical psychology do you think that that helps you orders it can hinder you when you are researching and studying the paranormal uh i think it helps me i really do and um you know i i i think there's a lot of things that i would say as far as why it helps me um you know i i believe that i i have sort of a unique viewpoints to researching goes um because i have both clinical and research psychology degrees so you know my undergraduates is in psychology i have a graduating clinical counselling and then i have the graduate degree and um psychological research methods with a special nation and perry psychology so you know with with all this going on um not only do i have the statistics and the research affair psychology i also do a lot of clinical work.

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"tricking" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"tricking" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You know she's me while i kissed the sky at least those have the same sound and the same rhythmic hair or in over a relationship how can we here two totally different things in our perspectives be so skewed by that comment every we always ferried the world differently you know when i when when you when you first here lyric you that you think you know what it is uh even if someone tell you that's not with the wear gives you always here that no matter what because it's the first thing you thought of when you heard you know the jimi hendrix saw so i mean our brains are tricking that's all the time you know there's exam you know there's examples where people are just reading i know in psychology they used to do this all the time they give you a sentence or to an end you'd have to read it out loud and what they do is they would leave out certain words um or certain letters in certain words and people wouldn't even noticed they just go ahead and read right through it um start brain fills in spots it fills in sounds its its pills and everything to make our lives easier so you know human perception is is subjective and and that's why these mvp's and and sometimes videos can be a little bit um you know one person sees one thing one other person she's another you you have a um graduate degree in clinical psychology do you think that that helps you does it can it hinder you when you are researching and studying the paranormal i think it helps me i really do and uh you know i i i think there's a lot of things that i would say as far as wide helps play uh you know i i believe that i i have sort of a unique viewpoint three thirteen ghosts um because i have both critical and research psychology degree so you know my undergraduate is in a college graduate of clinical count saying that i have the graduate degree of um psychological research math is with the special they shouldn't perry psychology so you know with with all this going on um not only do i have the statistics and the research appar psychology i.

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"tricking" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"tricking" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"My grandmother was not a which no matter what one said wasn't a doctor either even though people lined up outside our door nursing the herbs and their pain no preacher lane is still neighbors reveal things to her would never a minister shooting slanted their jesus but never set foot in their church he only to school to the third grade what she knew could burying universities she told always carry of book because it made white folk nervous lots of people call the grigny but for me it wasn't a title it was her name she's my grandmother and thus sat in your kitchen tricking coal cold milk in watching as she ground hi john the conqueror letting a fall into the hotly the whole house smelled like secrets not told her a secret about bahamas turn down the heat on the stove lean at night woman being lisa von ahn like somebody wants ta with somebody of law that give me in the four headage told me that if i heard it again tell us to shut up oh no this little boys need the rest but if the bay baby so gruesome may not give thing is i finish my milk she could look at any as must special bay though tuna viola let me that already but i didn't have anybody to tell mama daddy just cry and pray and how it was about all that so when i heard the harm that night almost voices october shut up just like grainy say shut up the first but when i heard it again it wasn't a home or psalm deals the voice of grow maimed voice legislation mm told to be quiet be quiet right now is there how way in the middle of the night away to my grandmothers bedroom was she wasn't bad she was a sleepy whoa a father and back in a dark hunched over missing something with the wru the oil i didn't know what i could ask what the she looked up is slashing mild angry understood for the first time the voice it was in simi to my grandma these me from the run away from.

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"tricking" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"tricking" Discussed on KPCC

"A feeling a jewish see man tricking poor people into into play outlay which daily back lotto as as the as yet yeah we met there i believe i won i walked into my fitting i told her that i was afraid that i was having a heart attack yeah that was the very first conversation we had i have to say that meeting in many ways reminds me of lemon about the same sort of things that your character is going through and kind of the odd connection that you make wajed percent i mean is it really does reflect our every day existence and how we think and who we are there is no judgment coming at any but any character in this film and not only isaac i do think that every single character is an extension of our our lives yeah it's often a little bit difficult jinag's the to watch breads character in this film he is awkward in his own skin he's awkward and social situations he's awkward run family and around friends round colleagues is that something that we are supposed to share as an audience that his awkwardness become our awkwardness in watching what he's going through yeah i think the idea is most of the protagonists that i am interested in centering stories around kind of exist in this socially debilitated kind of state they're just really sexy to me uh i think that on this sir fess i feel myself i feel i appear as rather comfortable and okay and with it by internally like not always doing cell allen kind of like having like half now down uh as i think many of us are and many of us are born with certain tools and their tools that make as a really good at being socialised and the characters that i am attracted to lack those tools for both of us in the writing of the peace it was a true x sources them of all of the things that we were feeling professionally romantically socially add this idea feeling incredibly invisible and alone and and friend less and lee lee the experience of the film for us is you wake up one day and you don't know how you got there and what do you do what are.

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"tricking" Discussed on The Smarthome Show

The Smarthome Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"tricking" Discussed on The Smarthome Show

"So that's why we focused on that picture attacked detection first because when you talk about an atm or you talk about entry into a business or mobile boarding pass you need to have those parameters in place to make sure that person is who they say they are in it can't be tricked with a picture of an id or some holding up a a photograph of you on a piece of paper let's talk about that so that's your big difference it arrayed this idea of okay people could be salih trick the facial recognition system by holding up a picture as the years vive documented how people were tricking the idea of eike you could use a picture of some would have us read it had a blink of but debriefing outweighs how to hacker on that and you figure out how to prevent that so talk about this idea of a a preventing the the the the tricking by using pictures and images sure uh so without disclosing what we do exactly as it just don't war so what was the thinking cannot lake a how did you how are you better than other systems and terms like why haven't they done this yet sure so our along the company's approached it with what others sensors can we add on top of the hardware are you would have three camera be better wooden extrasensory better and we looked at it as well we god we nominee cameras in the world today at each and every business on each and every foul on on computers you know we can turn bodes in the security devices are using just software only so without having anyone do anything else with the hardware and we just really took a deep dive into how do we understand what is in front of that camera.

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