35 Burst results for "Two Point"

Why Is Larry Elder Running for Governor of California?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | 3 d ago

Why Is Larry Elder Running for Governor of California?

"Larry elder. Jd why are you doing this. Well it was a combination. I would say twenty percents a woman. You probably don't know name. Jimmy san who came out of nowhere. She's a political activist. Here in california had all sorts of papers documents. Researches kept me contacting me ignoring her she said just have just have dinner with me so i did and she laid out the formula for why she thought i could win a statewide election. If i at this recall election. I thought she was nuts. Then dennis prager came to me. Too twenty percent dennis prager. He asked me to run. And i said hell no twenty percent. A guy named pastor jackets who has the calvary church. In costa mesa. In orange county i twenty percent a man named lionel. Chet wins a longtime filmmaker and friend of mine and they were at eighty percent now and then the rest were barbers laundry. People of the guy that drives me every now and then the one that i just make up for me. I just ask them. You think run people are asking me to do. And i kept waiting waiting for somebody to say. Are you insane. You have a great life. You're making some decent money. Why do you want to subject yourself to this. Want to put your personal life to exposure. Why do you want people to twister by all around and treat you like everything. But a child of god and finally. I got to the point where i said to myself if not you who if not. Now when i'm a native californian i've been talking about these issues about crime about homelessness about the outrageous cost of living about the fact that for the first time in our state's history. Young people are leaving the state places by tennessee and florida and texas. The primary reason is cannot buy a house and then you add to that the arrogant way. This man shut down this date in the most way than any of the other fifty governors or having his own kids enjoying a in school private education while exempting himself from his own distance from the mandate and this famous french restaurant is become a metaphor four-fifths arrogance because naturally was he violating the mass mandates and the social distancing mandates there. He was with the mary professionals. Who drafted up and so people which just live it. That's why two point two californians signed petitions to have this man recalled about a quarter of those who signed the petition are democrats and independents. Who just two years earlier voted for him.

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How to Improve Subsoil Health and Crop Yields

ResearchPod

02:03 min | 3 d ago

How to Improve Subsoil Health and Crop Yields

"Where are the new productivity-enhancing farming practices that will enable the world to produce enough food to feed nine billion people by twenty fifty with a global population growing rapidly every year on with millions already having limited access to enough food. It's highly pertinent question. Studies have shown that the global demand for cereal greens will need to increase by almost a half from the two point. Zero seven billion tonnes produced in two thousand five to over three billion tons in twenty-fifty we don't have on limited space on which to grow crops so we need to find ways to improve the yield on existing farmland with rising global temperatures on more variable full. This will not be a simple task. Improving farming practices through. Research can not only improve the years that farmers are currently getting from their crops. What it can also turn down. That was previously difficult to farm into a more viable option. One ye farming practice with the potential to improve croppies. His cold subsoil maturing. This practice has been developed to ameliorate or improve dense. Clay subsoil dense clay. Subsoil is problematic for reinfected crops. The clay particles are densely packed together which restricts the rate at which rian can enter the clay much of the water. The doors enter. The clay is tightly held unavailable to plants the dense clay also restrict root growth. This means the subsoil Effectively capture on store a lot of reinforcing for use by crops. This is a critical issue. As the yields of healthy well managed rian fed crops directly depend on rainfall on the amount of rian they can take in through the roots transpire through their leaves dance class subsoil also limits the amount of error the confused to the spiring routes within the clay when it is moist this means the crop roots struggle for aaron. These wet soap soyuz. In addition the klay drian per day whenever there is a surplus of reinforced during the growing period the resulting poos of surface water can lead to waterlogging dommage for the crops.

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California Governor Gavin Newsom Has a Problem and Larry Elder Is Here to Solve It

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 4 d ago

California Governor Gavin Newsom Has a Problem and Larry Elder Is Here to Solve It

"Gavin newsom has a problem on his hands. He's got. He's got a problem with a lot of disaffected angry. Frustrated californians who just simply are fed up with the direction the state is going. And i'm hearing from california's every day. Who say larry elder is exactly what this state needs. And where do you start. Two point two million californian signed a petition to recall this man and it is estimated that between twenty five percent. They've even thirty percent. Were independent and democrats voted him just two years earlier. You start with the famous meal that he had at the restaurant called the french laundry. I never heard of it. Until until i found out it was in napa valley and i thought it was one of the most elite restaurants in california is not i thought it was. The most elite restaurant in america is not one of the most elite restaurants in the world and wind. Tab alone was twelve thousand dollars being picking picking it up and it wasn't just that he was dining there while he was shutting down business elsewhere. He was dining with the very same medical professions. Who dropped who drafted the corona virus mandate. They were violating. They weren't totally distancing wearing masks and meanwhile he has his own kids in private education in school and he exempted his own winery from the mary a mandate he was imposing on everybody else. Now i was a small businessman. I ran a business for fourteen years. It was accessible. I sold it was still going after i sold. It didn't liquidated didn't go bankrupt. But i will tell you more. Nearly half of all small businesses in going bankrupt and those revive are often operating on very thin margins. How many lies. How many dreams. How many hopes that. He just dashed by shutting down this date in the most severe way than any other governor.

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Lucid Goes Public to Accelerate New Products

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

02:00 min | 5 d ago

Lucid Goes Public to Accelerate New Products

"It goes public on the nasdaq. Hsieh's of lucid rose. Ten percent yesterday following their debut the startup receives four point. Four billion dollars in cash from the transaction after expenses saudi arabia's public investment fund have been a controversial for some people at least about certain things that do with saudi investment. That a billion dollars into lucid over the years they now come out of this with lucid worth twenty four billion and the saudi public investment fund owning sixty percent of the company By any measure. That's a damn good deal. These reverse merger deals Can indeed provide a cash injection to accompany to go public very quickly without the usual. Ipo process and it does give them four and a half billion dollars in cash to accelerate they're all out there roadmap much just cars. Suv's but also immobility Things like electric boats and planes e. Vitale you'll hear pizza. Rowlinson call it also home energy storage as well. Not just the lucid air. That starts seventy grand off the tax credits. But it'll go up to one hundred sixty two thousand. They are on target to deliver them. I've got a clip era of peter. Rawlinson the ceo. Talking this is edited for brevity by the way just full disclosure. But you can see the full Listen to the full audio is online on social media. How listen to what he had to say. We are on track for delivery of the groundbreaking lucid this year and we're on track for production shedule in custody monday plant. We've already started ground. Leveling for incredible integration of phases. Two and three of the factory bringing two point seven million square foot of expanded factory space ready for the introduction of the gravity project in late. Twenty twenty three

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Megill Earns 1st Win, Alonso Homers Twice as Mets Blank Jays

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Megill Earns 1st Win, Alonso Homers Twice as Mets Blank Jays

"Tylor Megill picked up his first major league victory in Pete Alonso provided the Mets offense with a pair of homers in a three nothing shut out of the blue jays Megill allowed two hits walked one and struck out five over six innings lowering his ERA to two point one Alonso had a two run shot off ex teammate Stephen matches eighth pitch of the game Alonso added a solo shot in the eighth the Bluejays got just one runner beyond first base against McGill and a trio of relievers the win the last semester retain a four game lead in the NL east I'm Dave Ferrie

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Swanson’s Slam Powers Braves Over Phillies 7–2

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Swanson’s Slam Powers Braves Over Phillies 7–2

"The Braves rolled past the Phillies seventy two was Dansby Swanson hit his first career grand slam an early Dorsey added a solo shot Swanson was in an old for fourteen slump before his blast Charlie Morton is nine and four after allowing two earned runs while striking out eight over six innings Morton has gone six or more innings in six of his last seven starts posting a two point four oh ERA during that stretch Atlanta did most of its offensive damage against Phillies starter Matt Moore allowed six earned runs in six innings the two teams are tied for second in the NL east four games behind the idle Mets I'm Dave Ferrie

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Seeking Reform, U.S. Holds $1.3 Million in Dues From WADA

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Seeking Reform, U.S. Holds $1.3 Million in Dues From WADA

"Seeking reform of the United States is withholding part of dues owed to the world anti doping agency on the eve of the opening of the Tokyo Summer Games U. S. officials say nearly half of the two point nine three million dollars in dues owed to the world anti doping agency will be held back until it becomes clear what reforms the drug fighting agency is undertaking Richard bomb of the White House drug control office told a congressional committee Wednesday one point six million dollars will be paid to water the U. S. first threatens to withhold dues last summer and water responded by suggesting it might sanction nations not paying their dues U. S. do is account for about seven point three percent of waters forty billion dollar annual budget hi Mike Rossio

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Fauci Is the Mascot for Big Government

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | Last week

Fauci Is the Mascot for Big Government

"Of fao she has become the caricature of big pharma. Big government anti-freedom measures and quite honestly he has become the mascot of unreasonable and corrupt decisions. That have been made from our government. Now vouch iw. Is someone that we've talked about for quite some time. F- ouchi is a great example of what happens when government gets too big when government gets too big. You get these rather clever. Sly devious and dare i say slippery. Operators who are able to be a permanent attribute of the system they. They're very difficult to remove. They know what to say it congressional hearings they know how to get and receive congressional funding. They know how to turn people against each other they are experts in failing upwards the never got anything consequential they have no massive successes two point two instead he can just say a been here for forty years and somehow that allows him to stay. It's almost as if he has a black male file on every single person is department. He is the highest paid employee of the entire federal government

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Mike Pompeo Says Real Conservatives Need to Step Up To The Plate

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | Last week

Mike Pompeo Says Real Conservatives Need to Step Up To The Plate

"There are as i said earlier. Very few people who are committed to a make america great again for lack of a better term agenda who understand that we can no longer play politics as usual. It's just. It's just not going to work if we're not willing to fight. Trump was to me the ultimate warrior willing to take on. You know whether it's the deep state or whatever. Well how do you feel about that. Because we really aren't a strange moment. Where you can't say this but i can i think mitch mcconnell's skunk. I think kevin mccarthy is no better. I look at these people i thought they were on my side and realize they're not the kind of warriors we need. How do you see the party going forward when we have so many people that they simply don't seem committed when the chips are down so let me say to. The bible talks about this. It's actually about these times. Where there you talked about sifting. There's a time where those who are truly prepared to follow. Jesus and not just doing it because it's the cool thing to do well we'll find their way and the lord will reveal this. I see that happening all across the country today. I see some folks. Frank that i thought were friends. Who thought i was crazy for joining the trump administration. Goodness gracious even after you. Why did you stay. i stayed. Because he's hitler two point. Oh what is wrong with you. Having read my book. it's all laid out for everybody. Hitler two point zero run. These are my friends. These are people. I knew i knew what we were doing. I knew the mission set. That i had been given and i had this incredible privilege. And it's time it's time for the fearless. There's no time for the make that this is. This is america's moment what's taking place in our schools the crime in our cities. All of these things that we can say unraveling this most exceptional nation it fan for the real believers in the real conservatives to step forward and be absolutely fearless in doing so

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Olson Homers, Kaprielian Dominates as a’s Blank Angels 6-0

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Olson Homers, Kaprielian Dominates as a’s Blank Angels 6-0

"The athletics completed a two game sweep with a snappy six nothing shut out of the angels James completely and had another strong performance scattering five hits and striking out seven over six innings while lowering his ERA to two point six five I kind of believe in my stuff and I think you know the catchers are are starting to you know see that I believe that I have four pitches I can throw any time and and we're doing that we're executing and were able to push guys differently every single time they come up to the desk Matt Olson homered for the second straight day and added an RBI single the blast left him tied for fourth in the majors with twenty five home runs Rammohan Laureano hit a two run double what the athletic scored three times in the sixth to take control the eagles left ten on base and were for nine with runners in scoring position I'm Dave very

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New Type of Ancient Massive Explosion Explains Mystery Star

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:11 min | Last week

New Type of Ancient Massive Explosion Explains Mystery Star

"A massive explosion. Ten times more powerful than a supernova being described as a magneto rotational hyper could provide the power to produce one of the most mysterious stars in the galaxy. The star is located some seven thousand. Five hundred lie is away in the halo of the milky way galaxy a supernova is the explosive death of a star a blast so powerful it can outshine in thai galaxy for weeks on end and even more powerful explosion than any supernova is a high turnover oblast generated by the merger of two neutron stars. And these have recently been confirmed as the source of the rapid neutron capture nuclear synthesis process which is thought to forge the periodic tables heaviest elements. But that still mon- enough to explain the levels or types of elements found in the specter of this mysterious star. This unusually strong start destroying blast. The magneto rotational hype over is the most likely explanation for the presence of unexpectedly high amounts of very specific signature element in this inch star. These include zinc uranium europeam and possibly gold all of which seem to have been detected in this extremely primitive star catalogued as sms. S j two double zero three double two point five four minus double one four two zero three point three. It's carrot address in the sky. The star is what's known as a population to star star produced directly out of the elements forged in the explosive core collapse supernovae marking the death of the very first stars in the universe known as population three stars population. Three stars unique. They'll produce directly out of the hydrogen and helium produced in the big bank. Thirteen point eight two billion years ago. They thought they were first. Formed somewhere around three hundred to four hundred million. After the big bang ending the cosmic dark ages and triggering. The epoch of rian is ation the process which made the universe looked away. That's

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More Megapixels or Sharper Lenses, What's the Difference?

LensWork

01:58 min | Last week

More Megapixels or Sharper Lenses, What's the Difference?

"I don't spend much time talking about cameras and equipment and gear so. I hope you'll forgive me if i break that rule with an exception this week because there is something sort of knew then i want to talk about and in order to lay the background for this. I really should recommend that you watch video from lens work online i'll make it available With a link here even to those of you who are not lends work online members so everybody can have a chance to see this when it's from our series called photography not cameras. It's from several years ago and it's a comparison of two cameras in a real world test. That is to say imagine photographer. A who had at that. Point a Sony state of the art camera and a seven hour mark to with Superb carl zeiss. Prime lenses comparing print results with the camera that i was using at the time which was the panasonic g five and the two f two point eight zoom lenses that were considered the top of the line at that point and the conclusion of which is if you Want the shortcut and want to go. Watch the video. The conclusion was that there was no visible difference whatsoever between those two cameras photographing in reasonable light. Photographing using rock-solid tripods with the exact same composition photographed the exact same time at comparable apertures. There was no visible difference between prince from the sony. A seven our mark to forty two megapixel camera and my panasonic jd. Five which was a sixteen megapixel came no visible difference

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Monday Mission: Make 5 Bluff Check-Raises

Daily Poker Tips

00:45 sec | Last week

Monday Mission: Make 5 Bluff Check-Raises

"Here's your monday mission. Make five bluff. Check raises check raising. Look strong right. You know when you make see bets. Most of the time you scream dammit teach. Jack raised one hand strength. Do you put someone on when they check raise. If you're like me you put them on sets or nut flush draws and the bigger the check. Raise or the more passive. The opponent is the more likely it's a set or better so when you attempt your check raises tonight do them on boards that favor your range and don't interact well with your opponents range if you can have every possible set or maybe even a straight on the five six seven flop this can really convince them to fold go two point five or three times their seebeck to really hit their pain threshold as

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Wet Notes - 7-18-21

Scuba Shack Radio

08:38 min | Last week

Wet Notes - 7-18-21

"This is what notes here on scuba shack radio for sunday. July eighteenth two thousand and twenty one first up. Today is an update on the upcoming boston. Sea rovers clinic. Historically the clinic was held in the early part of march just before the start in the northeast dive season. The show actually happened in march. Two thousand twenty just before the country shut down it was probably the last scuba diving show before cove. It wasn't possible to conduct the clinic in march. Two thousand twenty one as we were still at a high point of covy nineteenth spread infections so the decision was made to move the show to the first weekend of october in two thousand twenty one fall in massachusetts. That should be pretty neat. Tickets are on sale now for the boston. Sea rovers to day clinic in danvers massachusetts. Right now the early bird special is still available. You can attend the daytime. Saturday and sunday clinic along with the saturday night. Film festival for seventy five dollars. You can pick and choose your options and that's a pretty good deal. Don't wait check out the boston. See your oversight for all the details and get your tickets now now. Here's something new to help you with your fish identification. It's something called name that fish dot com name. That fish dot com was created by a guy named jake easterling and he is the co founder of a company called scuba. School botox mission is to reduce the cost and time requirements to monitor coral reefs by using artificial intelligence autonomous underwater vehicles and citizen science. I guess and of course this work. Jake developed a database of fish and came up with the idea of taking people's underwater video footage and identifying fish in the video. If you go to the name net fish dot com website you can view short video on what the finished product looks like. Jake also has assured Tutorial on how to make a submission the site says it will accept dot m. p. four emo v dot j. peg in png files. Max file. Size is one hundred megabytes and must be at least seven hundred. Twenty p or higher processing time is one to five days the more fish more processing the rare species. The longer it takes to verify and if your quality isn't that good don't be don't need more time to process. There's a little bit of disconnect on pricing. Jake says into in his short tutorial that you can set any price you think is best but there's also a button that says it costs three ninety nine in any event. Why don't you just go out and take a look at name. That fish dot com. I recently hadn't really interesting email. Come across my desk a few days ago and it was from reef divers. If you're not familiar with reef divers they operate with the clearly came in resorts. Cobol coast on grand came and the little cayman beach resort and the beach resort. They're known for their valet diving. Well reef divers is expanding our operation in the caribbean to turks. Keiko's now they are partnering with east bay resort on south. Keiko's it looks like they plan to be up and running there by late. August east bay resort sits on a mile long beach and boasted. Every room has a beach view. To get south goes she'll need to fly into providence jalis and then you can take either a short air hop over or board the ferry. It's not that long of a ride resort officer an all inclusive option. That seems pretty good reef divers outstanding operator in the caymans so sure that you can look forward to superior valet service from nemo turkson. Keiko's as well so many places to go diving. What it dilemma. Just about every week. Get an update from michael light. Any contains various tips and tricks for better underwater photography plus they also provide some product updates but also in this email is some other interesting information last week. They introduced me to an organization called washed ashore and the articles title said using discarded plastic to save the ocean. Now washed ashore. It is a five. Oh one three or c three nonprofit arts and environmental education organization aimed at bringing to light the world's plastic pollution problem. Well how well washed ashore started by angela ponzi who is a lifelong lover of the ocean and after the death. Her husband from a brain tumor. She turned to the ocean for healing. What she also found was that the ocean needed healing as well so she turned her artistic talents into creating sculptures. That are marine-related using the plastic. That is washed up ashore and they do some spectacular sculptures. I was also amazed by the fact that they have over fourteen thousand volunteers. Working with washed ashore. These are not small sculptures. Either you can check them out at washed ashore and take a look at some of their work. You will be amazed well. I'm sure that we've all heard about the billionaires who are competing to go into space amazing stuff for someone who grew up at the start of the space race in the nineteen sixties. But there's also another race going on and that's the race to build the world's deepest pool at the top of the list. Right now is deep dive. Dubai located in nod al sheba. Which is fifteen minutes from downtown dubai. It's an amazing sixty meters deep. That's one hundred ninety seven feet and contains fourteen million liters of water or three point. Seven million gallons. The pools constant thirty degrees celsius or eighty six degrees fahrenheit. It is team doesn't abandon sunken city. Now that's pretty cool. They have an onsite hyperbaric chamber restaurant gift shop and dive shop. Put this in perspective. The other deep pools around the globe include. Why forty in italy at forty two point one five meters deep spot in poland at forty five point four meters and there's either one coming online or it's online and crom cornwall england. That's called blue vis at fifty meters deep. I wonder if there's some kinda limit on just how deep can build a pool. I'm sure we'll be amazed and finally today. Here's another message in a bottle story. this time. It comes from michigan. It seems that jennifer dour the owner and operator of nautical north family adventures of scuba snorkeling. Glass bottom boat company was cleaning a windows on her glass bottom boat in the cheboygan river when she spotted the bottle inside. The bottle was a message from ninety. Five years ago it read will the person who finds a bottle return his paper to. George morrow cheboygan michigan until where it was found. The message was dated november. Nineteen twenty six. Jennifer posted this on social media and george morrow daughter michelle who's now under seventies reached out michelle indicated that her father was probably eighteen years old when he put the message out. There sounds like the battle didn't travel very far. However now i wonder just. How many messages in bottles are out there. Well that's it for this edition of wet notes here on

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Trump Showerhead Rule to Increase Water Flow Being Dropped

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump Showerhead Rule to Increase Water Flow Being Dropped

"The Biden administration is reversing a drop ever rule on the amount of water that can flow from shower heads so much for Donald trump's quest for perfect hair with president Biden office the energy department is going back to a standard on the amount of water flow from shower heads it reverses a rule proved after former president Donald Trump complained he wasn't getting wide enough so what do you do you just stand there longer you take a shower longer is my hero but you would have to be perfect since nineteen ninety two federal law has dictated that no shower heads should not pour out more than two point five gallons of water per minute the Obama administration redefined the restrictions as newer shower fixtures came out with multiple nozzles the changes being lauded by consumer and environmental advocates who say it'll help people save money while reducing water and energy use the rule change will have little practical effect since nearly all commercially made showerheads comply with the twenty thirteen rule Jennifer king Washington

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US Retail Sales Rose 0.6% in June

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

US Retail Sales Rose 0.6% in June

"Retail sales were back on the rise last month the commerce department says retail sales rose a seasonally adjusted six tenths of a percent in June after dialing back their spending in may in favor of vacations and other services Americans spent more last month on clothing and electronics as well as dining out bars and restaurants saw their sales rise two point three percent clothing stores were up two point six percent and electronic shop saw their sales gained three point three percent the overall increase came as a surprise to Wall Street analysts who had expected June sales to fall slightly though at least one economist suggests higher prices could account for the rice Ben Thomas Washington

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NASA App Tackles Mosquito-Borne Disease

Innovation Now

01:07 min | 2 weeks ago

NASA App Tackles Mosquito-Borne Disease

"Bite they. Buzz and pesky. Mosquitoes spread diseases. That kill nearly two point. Seven million people a year but nasa has an app that can reduce mosquito problems. This is innovation now. Nasa introduced the mosquito habitat map as part of its globe observer program. The app includes training. That makes it easy to identify and eliminate mosquito breeding sites. It also gives citizen scientists. The option to identify mosquito species that could transmit sika or other diseases. Satellites can't see mosquitoes but they do provide observations about the environmental variables where mosquito populations can thrive by generating ground based data with the help of worldwide citizen. Scientists the app provides information to validate the satellite reports and help us better understand our earth system and through a new globe observer feature public health officials can access local mosquito observations to help reduce the risk of disease in their

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U.S. Senate Candidate Kathy Barnette Believes Work Is Key to Economic Growth

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:24 min | 2 weeks ago

U.S. Senate Candidate Kathy Barnette Believes Work Is Key to Economic Growth

"She's a veteran. she's a patriot. I love what it says on her bio on twitter pennsylvania. I america. i follow her kathy for truth. That's kathy the number four truth. Tell us what you would do for pennsylvania if you get elected to the senate here in dc. Why you know what. I mean if you listen to mainstream media and democrats is all about the color of my skin You know you see a running around weaponising. The color of my skin. The black person and saying this is the only thing we need to talk about. But yesterday i was up in erie county. I will enrich one of the economic development zone opportunities. don't have to come in Blighted community in fact if the poor zip code and the nation and i'm walking around and see the millions of dollars has been invested. Their based their tax bank is going from one hundred seventy six thousand dollars a year to two point. Five million dollars over the next two years added what we should be talking about in this nation. Not the insidious evil of critical race theory to make our country. Great a great a great again but we should be talking about. How do we grow our economy. Nothing incentivizing people to stay at home. i'm traveling up to seven hundred miles a week going on all across this day and every single business person i think whether the manufacturing or just dunkin donuts everything person who say they cannot find people to work. And then you listen to Joe biden with brain the other day talking about he created the market and employees market. Which tells us they are doing what they're doing to our economy as it relates to so many things when we're talking about the border whether we're talking about inflation what it talking about it says advising people not to work. They're doing this intentionally. One of my number one goal is to focus on growth. When i get to washington. Dc how do we grow the economy that lists all vote where everyone wants to work and take part in this nation how to do that but secondly being able to bring a strong voice and and and character to are to that particular space.

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"two point" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

08:10 min | 7 months ago

"two point" Discussed on Do By Friday

"You could have three. Please have three. Nfc three free up some of this. What if this is kind of like you know they used to have the I'm sorry i might. My stammers talking to win. So do that to me. I'm sorry i'm your mind daddy present in the moment. I'm mom in composed but very excited to see my cuts within. Nfc thing dingus chip. But it's called because what if what if this is like monopoly game thing secret monopoly. Got yes okay. This could be your park place you don't know until you scratch it Never quick okay. Let me you know what i didn't look. I'm pretty sure let's see what else here. okay. I have in my hand a bag. So you you mentioning the the vendor. Who brought this to me. Mixing wonder if it's on other things and if it is it's on the curb i don't know i don't know i don't know when i worked at mcdonalds hundred and eighty five The crew as we call it of the store as we call it We're we're permitted to drink all the coke you want more or less within reason as long as you use your own cup but it's the cup basically. You're selling a cup. Cup is the most expensive part of i. Guess people know this. But i thought it was the top. I did not know that. Think you think you well. Yeah but it's important for a couple of reasons because it's always a couple of things with mcdonalds one is that the cups are costly but second and arguably as importantly it's how they figure out how many cokes they sold. Oh so yeah. One unit of coca cola equals equals one cup. Oh my goodness now. Sort of throw bananas. Easter your bananas a way to make extra money. Always money in the banana. Stan did the was it. The mcdonald's corporation proper that called you the crew was it like the chick fillet family or is that just a your branch. I think it's an industry thing. We're a franchise mcdonald's which wasn't a very good mcdonald's but they still had to. You know within reason you know hugh to the rules. You're supposed to like when you made a quarter pounder with cheese You get to pickles. And it's critical that the pickles not touch according to i mean this is one of the many things like you can't have like mustard scored the side and you need to make something. That could be a photograph but franchise in my experience gets pretty lax about those rules. I mean that's her. Long standing challenge is to one day when quote back to normal visit hamburger university to discover this grits. And you know they. They've got style guides. Which do you find genuinely interesting. They might give you a chip or something another chip. You know like like an escape from new york explosion capsule and if you tell the secret blows up or like a or like a Like a Like battle royale caller. Something where they you go to the university and then you like you know graduate with a degree in keeping secrets much like the catholic church did doug. He's going to get more here. Well i'm keeps trying to suggest to me a large regular coke. No no no. I want i want a diet and this is not i am not regular coke shaming a regular irregular assize. Yes and classic is coq au this application this event. F c t. I'm doing are you bring your eats right now. Yes you postmates here postmates person. I am usually actually a grub person because it's based on end. It's you so the and also i'm spoiled in in no the big tech boys who are leg. Here's the coupon code although the cool can't put prop twenty two here fuck you grupp up. Well there app sucks the least in my opinion and who's the one. Oh god actually gets. Grubhub was equivalent with the fucked up the way do tips now. All of Well they were the first olive. Oh my god that's so gross. Because i'm a twenty percent man. I mean unless we're talking about hundreds of dollars or something generally a twenty percent by saying that's macbook pro. Oh you can't tip there. You're missing my point is if we get something and i know this one hundred hundreds of dollars worth of mcdonald's because i have done that that's how i get my nfc tags alexandra's but here here's the polling. Is that okay. So for example. I it's been frustrating to me for a long time. I know imagine must be frustrating to this folks is that not all orders are created equal dollars are meaningful to a point. But if you think about it like you know. There's a reason those vending machines in airports brilliantly are selling like you know apple headphones and stuff. They're selling very very high at the term in retail but it's like dollars per square Intricate begins rate. So like if you have if you have a retail place your goal is to increase the basically how much money you make per. I'm gonna say per square foot of your place although cubic more sites But like so. The thing is in grocery stores like frozen peas. That's there's not a lot of dough in that the others don't sign a gift card. Each one of those gift cards is really tiny and does it doesn't take up much space and that could be worth hundred dollars and i guess you know how you see my point right like that stuff you see on end cap tends to be. I think it used to be stuff that they have too much of today. Stuff on an end cap is something they were compensated. Have on an end cap or in the case of something like gift cards. It's how you make the real dough so it's frustrating to me because like our yes. Sometimes we get cat litter and like twenty dollars worth of litter is a lot heavier than twenty dollars worth of gift card or whatever you know what i mean. I wish there was a way to do some. Although that combines how difficult it is to get these items did you have to talk to anybody like at a counter and wait for something to get my turkey. Exactly right or right did you did you were there. Did it take a lot of time. Because there are lots of replacements. You had talked to somebody to have more of these in the back things these folks have to do. You know how many items how heavy are the items right. How etcetera etcetera just making it about dollars is kind of crazy i yes but capitalism you buy if you buy like a bunch of beer or some trying to think of a good example but you know if you do a costco if you do a costco for example and let me get a rigorous while buying just the rib roast is way more than enough money to the thirty five dollars to get a delivery but it does seem a little unfair to me in the senate not unfair to me but you know what i mean like if if we spent eighty on one piece of meat or whatever like it seems a little bit nuts to give that person you know twenty bucks and same person would get twenty bucks for like bring me like a million pokemon some. If if there's got to be way to figure it out well if you find out of if that person exists. I want to know but not only that. I also wish that you could tip. Like there's i. I wish we could the amazon people.

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"two point" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

02:01 min | 7 months ago

"two point" Discussed on Do By Friday

"Finally and finally. Do you see the photograph. I put up Let's is that a busted. Nfc what's that their do you do. You agree with bush. John so we agree. This is your toothbrush. Bone-dry now you've you've recognized the sadr on the conclusion. I have so what alex is looking at here is what appears to be are probably right. Or what what does that. I'm going to say either a busted. Nfc or a busted rfid for shoplifting that tip prevent shoplifting this product. I know when you leave the house Once or twice a month there's a product. I i believe upon information that you sometimes acquire can guess what this from. We're looking here at peace at an art on a piece of cardboard. that's mcdonald's cold drink cup. That's the the but of the cup. The butt of the cup the butt of the this is the bottom of the cup by cut out with gerber utility knife. So i to you. Oh my goodness so play. That's why there's hesitated marks but it's the red a red verdict. What vertical line through it which tracking their cups. I have a chip chip chip alex ship in my cup. What may i ask what service you used for research purposes. Oh like who delivered it. Yeah switch which gigi gigi boy who gigi gigging ubereats. Okay because i now need to Try try this out. Need to find this and then and then we're going to you know what should we you know what i wonder if i could turn this into. I wonder if i could turn this into a nfc tag for kit. That is that's why.

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"two point" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

05:12 min | 7 months ago

"two point" Discussed on Do By Friday

"Represented lollipop. I'll god i. I watched every watched the first episode with the mic. Polls this week the very first one where it's the one title of the episode is charlie got molested and and yeah and then is it not dennis but mac is frustrated because he never got approached and then he approaches his One of god. It's good show. Oh it's such a good show. I'm surprised you watch with your lady friend because that is the one one show that i just cannot get my spouse to watch or rather he has and it's like no part out yet. It's pr- i i give anybody a pass for having that feeling because that's kind of the point of this show. Humor is not what it used to be. Alexandra kyw you. Mr winkle have decided to move in together speaking those. Are those your topic. I'm sorry origene. Brad i you've got a lot of things to notes. Oh i have so many hard out today. Alexandra hard out do very hard to a sunny villa. Zucca would is is at. I think it's always sunny in. Philadelphia is one of the best gay shows on television. And if if people don't know why that i encourage you to watch the arc of the character max of mack. Okay yes also you know. He really did get fat yes. It's incredibly funny. He must have gained fifty pounds. I can read it. Yes god and i love the slow. Burn the build up. If i can't even remember that's one of those shows like grey's where you're like. We watched episodes last night and the night. Before at one point we had to bounce from you know the coverage to go take a break and we ended up watching this completely different season. Because i just watched that one episode the one episode double seven and two that to yourself. She watched again. It's so good but suddenly we're watching from a different season and i. I mainly know from hair what season i'm looking at obviously from casting. That's so true. Wow yeah because meredith does real slow a lot of really good looks. Yeah i know who is dead or divorced based on the haircuts. God yes but in. I also have to be reminded who all the women are there for a minute and but like addison is gone. Here's the woman who's a beautiful beautiful bird who's either somebody's half sister. She's gonna get married to trainspotting. I hate him so much. Which which once again. Once again my wife had to remind me that he was in trainspotting and also remind me that she previously reminded me that he was in trainspotting. Because he's so on remark. It's a pretty he wants. He's not i mean he's not you know obi wan always on the move anyway. Welcome to dubai friday. We cast about this show in podcast like some marlin like and then of course because charlie and mac are behind mythic quest you get some overflowed there so you get cricket. Cricket has a very important role on mythic west actor. He's so good. I he so one thing i love about that show. You know what i mean you know. I'm always saying like how i i like. I like a movie. The understands what it is. I like a tv. Show anybody where you're sometimes you're like the perhaps the antithesis of that is a phrase. I've i've heard used for a long time. Which is that person's a good actor but they're kind of in a different movie like the same movie as everyone else like. Jim carrey jerry lewis. Like sometimes. When i move maybe maybe on. Snl playing old okay time of healing and you have the hard out. Sorry you and then i was talking about. Oh yeah anyway anyways. Yes and then. Craig mason go figure i mean and they're all set to say. It's kind of an incestuous situation but that's that that is the show will spoil him you. Can you keep. Can you keep a secret. Oh i don't know. I don't have any secrets something. My daughter super wanted for all the greatest reasons that i secretly got her. And of course it's one of those you know we'll text you when it gets made but on the newly yet studios shirt. Oh my gosh..

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The Phinsider

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"two point" Discussed on The Phinsider

"Like making them into a euro things making it should be i guess admired i suppose i'm not watching it planning to admire the joker was there was no origin story literally they didn't he every time he tried he told it was different it was he was he was basically lying we'll see you next week we're not gonna win.

"two point" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"two point" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"In the same way that being able to record TV shows digitally and play them back with a quote, unquote solved problem back in two thousand and six is that you could go and buy with TV. You could build TV computer and install TV. You could set it all up configuration, Vicki, oh, remote control, that kind of stuff, but it was a massive Bollock to do it. And very few people actually have the skills and the knowledge to do so, but it could be done. I think this is one of those situations where you can do this, but I think the u I with the human race is too complicated because first of all, people have to know that this is something they should think about which I don't think most people do. And then Secondly, you've got to understand all of these different elements because it's not just, you know, it's not just about like, it's not just about how do you do this with each of these digital assets. But what happens like, what is the relationship to the stuff when it comes to a will? What happens if you have a trust for your family of your kids? Like how does all the stuff relate to that? And it's just incredibly complicated. I think most of the work here is. A very personal piece of deciding what you Stuart lingers the individual want. And then from there, making sure each service you use conforms to that thing, and that's. Oh, it is tightly and anything of than. All to the family all the lot. Afars onto Bisi requires you to go through and tag everything we've touched with family or been by, nobody's ever going to. The most important question for all of this is when I were to get hub. In the cool will office meeting room with a hidden door that twisted around. And there was a secret office in the an in front of the secret office area the office of the Gabon office. There was a old map book in a glass box, and there was a little sticker on the side that said, this is where Chris run Strath filed. The first pull request everyone get up and it was there is little kind of computer history museum, kind of like memento. Now in the earlier annals of bad voltage, Stewart language used to record his audio on a spectrum fully eight k. in his bedroom without a webcam attached. And I would like to make sure that when you die next week, whenever is language get that because I want to put it in a glass box on display somewhere because I have it place your. Okay, that's that's a physical lights. That's no problem about is the will also I want access to all of your digits. 'cause I'm gonna have some fun. They will be great actually to be able to troll from beyond the grave. No about troll, but like to be able to just send out the message here and there on Facebook. So you appoint a like a troll executor, someone to continue your legacy off to your phone? Yeah, I think that'd be fun. I mean, don't necessarily like bad Trump just like drop the musing guys, warm air. Why iota judge obey your normal executor..

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"two point" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"two point" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"They the ability for two to reject access I else. don't know what I think about this. Exactly. The reason I brought up as the don't know whether everyone else in the world Zuhdi squared this way too. They write out his faction out just don't know about. I don't think so. How did they anyone's even? I think a lot of people listening to this right now is the first time they've thought about which which is the other easement bringing up. A whole bunch of start up, spicy clearer, kind of you'll digital will and you buy you give us all of your passwords. We'll when you die Ella. First of all? No. Secondly, no. And. Thirdly, to veg that these people will be around years from now, would you to die me Tupi dog you know next year. Might be, but not a whole lot of. But you know, I honestly don't think sign up for some service goes set up eighteen months ago with the intention. They'll still be around able to give my pulse words out thirty years from now without being also aren't show. They might give away my pulse, but fifteen years from now when they get salt. So, yeah, so there are provisions place full really big things. Google Facebook, have a Twitter, Instagram, let you memorialize the count. Snapchat has nothing, but you mentioned the phone, John. I'm someone nobody can log into on fire, and I mean fire anxious to my Google account. Then presumably they cannot lock the phone from inside Google account. Well, can't you a lot of phones if you, if you don't pass the fingerprint thing asks you to use the the swipe thing. This white pass code thing? Yes, we have other point is the. But he knows mine. No one knows the pain for fun of me. Yeah. Yeah, but you could. I mean, you could put something like that could document that could. The ways around you. You don't wanna use someone's dead, fingerprints aches. Aches. Equally, I would feel extremely extremely Larry about getting a piece of pipe with Hays, how you look everything out, putting it somewhere, but you stuff that will be weighed. Have you ever had on a Gisneyi go, they suppose you us policies, which would obscure words while the well than the whole budget mixed punctuation day now and every now and again, you'd see one of your words like on a page or something. Again, little electric shock, VO will that's my pulse would. Or if you actually talked pulse, what into Rome window terminals out, that's positive. You hardly ever see actually now having a pace of piper like that would be terrifying. I had someone recently asked me to Email them a password of mine, and I had to say no three or four times they couldn't understand why was Like like. this is what we did. What we'll do is we'll have a phone call, I will. I will give you each letter symbol, but there's gonna be no emailing with how how all these Joe diaper with replaced by zero. That doesn't. I was gonna say a little surprised and quite proud of you, sir. Yes. Well, we should balls for JD really embrace t. Not my security is not that bad. I have to on a bunch of my account. They use a password manager, so you guys can go fuck yourself. There's another thing to give you an example. So major pulse words, magic cloud storage, pulse, good stuff. Last postal dash line stuff lava. They both have a way of nominate emergency access person. You anybody jackets procedure, so you've die. Someone gags is to your counts. Right. But to education makes that Bevere problem. Because even if someone's all your passwords, if you go to, if I turned on the still calling log into whatever this thing is. And if you're sitting out this kind of emergency procedure, you've also about while someone works away around. True. This was this was the whole thought. There's an awful lot to think about in this subject and are nowhere near convinced. I know what the hell are even want to do it. I think this is one of those things where this is to Tolan purposes solved problem, but it's a solved problem in the same way that..

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"two point" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"two point" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"No problem with that. If you explicitly decided to do that, you visually won't that no worries. If you without doing that sums of these will allow your next of kin to show up ago vet dead. They didn't appoint me his upon of proof that dead. And I meant next of kin, I want access to the account. No all services allow. For example, you'll desktop computer doesn't allow it. And then the step beyond that is a we okay with this? Okay with what are not necessarily showed the won't my family to be able to get access to everything. So should I be putting provisions in place to have stuff time palm or something? Are we take you to the list of letters? You mentioned earlier Jerry, right? So, yeah, you've got a bunch of, let's exchange with people from before your kids will borough ever. Maybe he doesn't want the family to rate, and there are countless examples of people wanting their partly finished novels destroyed off to the side. Some people. So I guess my broader point which maybe not well articulated is that I see in this day and age. I see your digital footprint if you will, as an outcropping of your physical footprint. So you should take whatever provisions that you deem necessary for you to ensure that it is or is not released just like you should with your physical goods. And I, I don't see a big differentiator between digital and physical these days because digital such an extension of yourself. So having good hygiene around all these things I think is important. Something that probably isn't taken seriously as it should be, but I don't see digital being some of the technicalities are different and some of these specifics around how it would be accomplished are different. But to me, it's once you build out the framework of who you want to have access to what, whether it's digital or physicals implementation detail more to me, that's interesting article was the view from the our reference point, but I tell you if you. Almost opposite direction are can't considerably more whether someone can pretend to me me on Twitter off Dr died than I do about who gets more source pens. I actually think the physical stuff is very important to why Ron dead Nowaday. It doesn't matter. It's your legacies can't course Covey compromise into stock cake more about Actimel digital stuff that are due to the vehicles have an partly because there were a bunch of procedures lows in place already for physical stuff. If you buy everything you owned goes deal next of kin unless you will. But if you everything doesn't automatically go to your next of kin digitally because they have access to it dependent. I things very much not true, but okay. Really, what do you mean. No. I mean, a variety of states have variety of different rules. Some procedure. What happens if you in text? I do is by now, but yeah, if your next of kin doesn't get it or has to wait years to get it and live destitute our, that's very much, not the case, but. Okay. Okay. So hang on, hang on, hanging hanging. So. Their procedures in place these few to like intentionally nominate a person, right guess excess that squared away. For some of these services. There is a procedure if you didn't person the default next of kin through your other legal means can provide ideas and provide evidence of that and they can access, but that doesn't apply to all services. Now I you saying act that you want a provision in place where you know when you die, you don't want your family discovering your hold of go pornography..

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"two point" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"two point" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"It's like it's like if she got the house, but you have the only dorky and you were buried with it, but you come get it. Yeah, it's it's off as well because there are so many layers to this right one element is is access, right? So arguably so long as Eric has got my phone, she could get access to my to my account because you know the two factor authentication thing will send. Severed thumb, push. Well. Yeah. But I mean, everybody's biometric sensor on the on the devices, whatever else. So this ways around that. But I think this becomes infant infinitely more complicated for particularly for for public figures. So for the three of us, we're not public figures. So reasonably this is about our our families getting access to this kind of stuff. But you know, I absolutely foresee, for example, a politician. Dying, and then their account be misused for for various purposes for fabricating information or whatever it might be like, I, I think the risk goes up when you depending on the kind of person that you are. So it's not just access, but it's like, what can you do with the access? So we typically see this with Facebook as an example. Like, do you remember? I will. I won't say his name because I don't know if he's finally listening and it might be difficult subject, but there was a guy in the lyrics community came to voltage live a few times. He passed away and he had like an auto thing set up his Facebook account that would basically send out new so he died. But he was still like sending news and commentary which I think he would have found quite funny, but that's just a small normally. But what happens is the public consideration this, the private hunting consideration this, like what people can do. So I guess I'm curious act while you think it's so different than non digital stuff. You said unlike the keys to the house, you can't get it to my understanding. Every major provider has a nest of next of kin policy certainly go. Certainly, Facebook does certainly almost any major institutions going to have that. So I guess to me, it's like if you if you grew up one hundred years ago when you died with a bunch of letters box and you didn't want people to see him the box, was there just as if now your Email is there and you're. Bill have Google the inactive account manager, for example, which you can go to. And Phillies explicitly wall should happen in these situations. But the next of cayden policy are not necessarily sure when you say that go to next of kin policy, those woke up off the, you've died and I want access to the account. I'm told show they'll give it to you Feis. Vol- name your physical mailing, address your Email, a photocopy of your government issued driver's license, the g mail address or Google username that you would like access to the deceased user, the death certificate. I mean, there's a specific list of things you give them, and then they give. Now that's in Facebook. They let you appoint what they call a legacy contact who can take off Tif died and that allow people who you you to notify Facebook that you have, they will then memorialize your account. So stop showing people's walls and stuff. But as far as I can tell, I may have missed this, but it doesn't seem to be any prevision for someone shop after you've died. On you didn't appoint the legacy contact inside that dead are want access to the count toll show are actually won't my anyway, right. Right. The larger question, how are you even if you just how by will find they'll be able to access to after dead if they shot with more deaths difficu- and they're driving us. And so why do you want people to be able to do that? But hang on. Let me into stand you correctly. You're saying. So Jeremy's said that there's a set of a process and a workflow that someone goes through to set what happens in the event of someone dying an act. It sounds like what you're saying is what happens if you haven't gone through that process? What happens in that situation? Well, and if you haven't gone through that process, do you want someone rucking and claimed let me let me every hour for most people most services. So most major services. So also by GE's Google Facebook. Twitter will allow you to set up explicitly if this person gets this account..

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"two point" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"two point" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"These on now is terrifying know. She'll always be like six. Couple of she's a woman and you do. This happens and you look back and take stock on your life and so on and so forth. One of the things that came up in various discussions is all you know off droid DOI who gets the stuff, which is her, but then what happens to the increasing percentage of my stuff, which is digital. I started poking around and looking into this question and there were various different approaches. You can take various different software by suppose to giving people your passwords, people access to your counts and so on so forth. But so first of all, I'm interested in whether you've got any particular advice on these things. But more interestingly is the kind of underlying issue. I mean, I don't think I won't people to have access to. So this kind of a bigger picture, not just if you decide you want to hand over the keys to the kingdom to someone off to die, how do the, but how do you decide what if anything, you want to hand over and all you can sit down and delineate all the digital stuff you've ever done into? Yes, they can have this. No, they can't have this clearly. No one's going to so interested in what preparations you've already made for this kind of thing and how you handled it. I've a simple answer to that question. I've made no preparation. This. Yeah, it's one of those. I think this in the similar way too. To, you know, having a will, right. Like thinking about what happens upon your death is a subject most people think about, and I think people put it off. And that's why people put off getting life insurance. So putting a will in place or whatever else. And then you basically even realize I actually really have that stuff obvious to me, but this is obvious like what happens. Yeah, I think it becomes the point the no same thing. If you die intestate, which foot Jonah's Pepsi's means without will without testing. If you if you think you without a will, there are rules in place to show what happens and because you'll stuff his physical. I mean, essentially will be everything goes Marica few. But the point is the stuff you these physical. She gets your talls for example, but she can't get your Email account because she doesn't know the password. There's no way to give it to unless you prepared for that ahead of time..

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"two point" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

05:14 min | 3 years ago

"two point" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"So a whole bunch of things were basically not want not in there because he didn't want them in there. So it's going to be interesting to see how language progresses moving forward without him. The one thing that I disappointed is the correct word, but that he left it and didn't appoint a person or people or some kind of core maintainers group that he just kind of said, you'll figure it out. I, I think what has been a really great thing. I think that's fat. He did. Indeed. He did not appoint a successor, but I think that's because he's it's not because he doesn't know success becky's because he's not sure of the model of having a fell in the first place. I mean, you could appoint there are half a dozen Barry Warsaw's like that. Yeah, you'll be already fluffy making fell and dank out. Right. But I think he's thinking, maybe this isn't the way of doing it, maybe putting someone up on a pedestal, and then having everyone how shit at them until they get sick of it and leave. The leaving Email which ends with are still be here, but I'm trying to figure out something feel selves on tired, and I need a very lone Bryk a model which makes people fail like that. Maybe is the role model. Maybe they should have a voting thing or something. So. Can. I don't think he left because he wanted to leave them in the lurch are things because maybe there should be different model. Someone these to decide he just doesn't want, but he should. I my opinion be part of the decision making process for that model, leaving it with. So what are you all going to create a democracy and anarchy dictatorship federation that that it sounds like what's happening here is that he's basically burn out? Yeah, and he just wants done with it and I agree with you, Jeremy, but it sounds like he's, he's, I don't know the specifics of the situation. This is going to lead to a question actually is sounds like he's burning out and therefore is not handling it in the most. Optimal way. My question though, the released this because I haven't seen how these peps have been formed and how the sausage is made. There are some communities that very aggressive and their personal attacks, and they're blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. There's some communities that are very, very. You know, there's a lot of fist discussion, but they're always very respectful and dignified. How would you describe the python community like it, would you describe it is like their personal taxes and nasty be around, really, this is what I've never thought as being a place like that, which would suggest that he's burning out and they're like. Well. I think the discussions on this same to me to buy limited knowledge of their code. I've stuff right the discussions and the temperature of the discussions on this particular relatively obscure language challenge. Seemed to be wildly out of live with what's normal. I don't think that is. I don't think the is all actually quite nice and he's massively overreacting because he's burned out. I think this was really quite unpleasant and unusually unpleasant. Unusually full the community as house that much to cold stuff. As far as I can tell. The language was fine with by putting to just leave a loudest fiddling with. But. This is a sign, the even as fluffier community as the poison community can be. So intemperate the guy who built the language leaves because he wants no more over. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Well, greeter, we wish you the best sitter mostly created a really great thing. Yeah, age still the language alternative. Everything I always do is stuffing python. Yeah, always whenever I think of him, I just reminds me of when I had breakfast, didn't realize it was him and we're having this conversation about about token ising building interpreters and compilers. I have no idea what I was talking about, and I was just trying to hold on trend took a big game earlier. My career. Chatou I'm John. Oh, nice chatting to you. I'm given Russell. Oh, you mean the creator of python guy while. Yeah. Yeah. Why have never heard that story? Yeah, this is the second day of food camp in two thousand six. It was an I sit him everything. I just said in the last forty, five minutes, please ignore actually because it was nonsense. So yeah. So. My cheese. That's. Was the whole shit. Everything I'm out. So I was trying. This is about shit small knowledge about pulses daily than you've had..

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"two point" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

04:29 min | 3 years ago

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"This seems like a self problem, and it's just a a video sheen on bittorrent which is existed forever. So. Surprised that led to this much discussion. We were talking which may recording about how sometimes don't expect a lot of discussion on certain things, and sometimes you get a lot. So yeah, but that means apes. I'm facto is interesting q. It's interesting I do think is interesting because it's pointless. It's a good idea. I see the point of it does have value. I, I'll give you that. That's all. I want you to hear yoga. Is it may or is it? It is me. Given russell. Qingping in in python is stepping down from being pythons benevolent dictator for life because apparently the arguments getting little to heat it. This was announced, what was it a week? A couple of weeks. It was twelve. So we're going to touch on this week. We work in a record last week, but schedules became a little bit complicated because Germany were off on so we didn't get to it. But I think it's still important. An interesting. Now you're the resident python expert here. Aquarius. What do you think about this? I'm I, he started. He's he posts transfer of power now heaters, talking about cut of stepping down all stepping aware for quite a while now by not nothing. Yeah. This is give the impression that was a budget really big argument city stormed out. Kind of. He's to follow pep five seventy two. I'm sure John. Oh, you didn't. Did you language. Nah, specifically called it out in the Email, which think it was kind of a little guess. So actually quote the thing. So he started off his transfer of power at he said, now the five seventy two ease darn. I don't ever want to have to fight so hard for pet and find so many people despise me decisions. And to be honest with the pets, five seventy two is a pretty obscure language tweak to python assignment expressions, right expressions. Yeah. So boy with data, but this any of massively world-shaking thing changes a few bits about how some extra feature to the language, but it's not that big a deal, but it's become the world's largest bike shed. I can tell backwards and forwards and backwards and forwards. People arguing in intemperate, sort of y. And it's one of those things that you had people who have either leave this to be the case someone standing up against it was saying as wanna go to fight and everything. And I think he was kind of, I don't like making decisions and having a whole bunch of people hate me for it by not interested in doing that. And to be honest with you, this surprised me because he's python them by some communities tend to be low but much as our loved python debates is appropriate. We like you should people who religiously floss everyday. Thing for people who say, all proper swear words, the big huge. I've never, I personally kind of. Fascinated by the whole python ick way where there's really only one recommended way to do things. I think yard of this is that the first language I learned I was paid to be a Perl program for multiple years where there's eleven thousand ways to every single thing. So the panic way intrigues me. I don't know how you enforce that without a Bedia fell. So it's going to be interesting. There's quite a few python language features that were kind of blocked on. We do not wanting them from pattern, matching inland exception to path inclusions in the built and processes..

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Bad Voltage

04:33 min | 3 years ago

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"They should. Dog bit rubbish. But this is for the same reason that your website is on your website. It's not just medium or squash spice now is exactly what if. You're comparing apples to oranges. The reason the reason why my website I hosted him when I say send me my brother hosts, it is because I have much more flexibility in how I can in how I run my infrastructure. Right? So like I care about my infrastructure being under my control content, whether it's images or whether videos that basically going to be viewed embedded, I'm fine with them living somewhere else under the requirement that I can get those videos back if I need them. Okay. There's some stuff. I mean, all happily upload stuff to to YouTube, but if it goes bang, all Google to my account of as we discussed five me if workers pig, if YouTube goes away, no, my count goes away if to cut my count, which we just discussed ten minutes ago. We're talking about this pitchy figs seems to be a pro seems to be a solution designed for people who will worried about that accounts being cut off by Google. This is such a tiny proponent. I think it's an approach which isn't just let's pick hundred thousand big people with loads of Bamut and have them ads on my videos aren't think he's just annoys it is you can turn Zoff you only you have to specifically switch ads on YouTube to just to. Would you say are won't odds on my video? But if you upload a bunch of and they get loads of use Google ads, they pay the bills right? Now the ad thing, right, fair enough. I get. I think these to not have as videos. There is some value believe in if you want to exercising control over the stuff, you publish it exactly as as yeah, but the problem with this is they only works if lots of people using. No, it's exactly if people are on your site looking at that video. Yes. Otherwise, if you have a site that like take your Cy act, my site will questions to one side questions got slow traffic like our postal sights will get a reasonable number of traffic, but it's not going to break the Bank. Okay. Because very specific looking for something very specifically, the probably not gonna be enough people look in a blog post from three years ago with with a p. h. video embedded it. You're probably just going to be eight in the bandwith because that's the point that point you'll find the Pam with because there are many people looking at. The few. But this surely this works well, if you've got a lot of people looking at your site, right? So if you've got two thousand people on your site right now and the watching the same video than that, the bits from that video distributed among those thousand people and and your band with his relatively low. I get that, right. So if you have a site got consistently high traffic, I see that there's a utilize ation for this. Denying that if you don't have a site that's consistently high traffic, right? Most sites will have consistently traffic on the few pieces of cornerstone content, any one time. And then particularly with the blog like traffic slows down considerably for the old posts. Then what's going to happen is you'll be paying lies for having less traffic with if you wanted to solve that problem a year ago, you go, okay. My video to somewhere else. I won't control infrastructure was quite a thing. So you just blowed MP fall to your own website. If not that many people download it, nothing has changed. If lots of people suddenly start out loading it because you get slash dotted, then you don't suddenly get a huge spike inbound with. That's me seems an Oviously good thing. I, I agree. All you can afford the whole issue and just use YouTube Abson account that blow juicer. I think the to distill this down because while this is an interesting conversation, we do have other news Johnson. Federated services are interesting at. We should probably have more federated service in general because centralized authority of things on the internet's bad thing for everyone..

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04:35 min | 3 years ago

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"Allowed to actually go out lie about it. Fine. If a load of employees go, I don't have take our giant. You know, you're not allowed to guard there and actually live. Have you seen the current state of the media. The amount lying happens on a regular basis. I said, I was correct. You're not allowed to do it the go ahead and do it anyway. He is is the my definition. You're allowed to do it. He shouldn't, and I don't believe Google has by the way. Good company. Awful lot of lying happening dot com. Yes, I will give you that some study cheery little extra technical thing. I've seen join pitchy. We'll just pay a cheap. It's actually called. No, it's it's basically federated. YouTube. But. You don't know that his federal you just go to someone can set up a video when they watched the video. You isolate you cheap, right? You just go to watch video bang, but it's actually being served not just from the server, the republished on both. So everyone else is watching this. I'm told books so loads of people watching thing, then you're not spending money on bugged with this is not my at why. So this is not like, you know, mastodon or something, but you decide I'm going to move from Twitter to this and then suddenly haven't gone mites. Explain this again. How does this what he got? So you know how Beethoven works, you decide to download the thing and you'll downloading from everyone else who's already downloaded this time. Yeah, that for watching videos. So you publish a video on your website. So if you on your website by now didn't publish on YouTube, including you actually published all your side self someone, cable on video streaming from you, aside from your savvy, this is a problem if a million people a wells. Yeah, which is why put on YouTube? Yes, but is it a problem if a million people do it at once. Maybe if it's on your survey yet, is. Serve fall. But the thing that was interesting about this is basically works like bittorrent. Now big big question here. Yup. To use this thing. Does anybody the people viewing the video that no, I d I don't have to sign up to anything. They don't even know it's being served for blows from people. That's more thought it was interesting too. Two thousand eighteen the BIC of high band with sites for freebie YouTube or other ones to me, makes us a non issue and because of the peering arrangements that they have signed in the way the internet works on the back and just not an issue in two thousand eighteen in my opinion. Also, if you read the peer to site, we recommend not to install peer too low and hardware or behind a we connection, for example, on a raspberry pi with an eighty s. l. connection. This could slow down all federations. Yes, federation's work. No. I think Jerry is not fun. I stopped reading the rest when I saw that on. I think it's interesting for people who don't want to publish on YouTube for whatever reason, there is some kind of attorneys which doesn't involve you get the bandwidth for all of your video. But if you. What about you? Gotta work are to have you tried what she videos and I'll cough dog. I mean, I love it, and everytime we've done videos by putting them on there, but it's actually very good serving videos by saying it's worse than a site that says could slow down all federations. I believe they're trying to avoid those someone going great. I'll publish my video on some incredibly slow thing, and then other people will eat for me and have to participate. So as the same kind of the call cola from people just download the thing, but they don't out loud leaches lead. She's thank you is the word I'm looking for. So they're trying to fight that. But I think it's interesting that someone's trying to do something the isn't just fine. Upload your video, someone else's server and live with it or spend a lotta Malia Obama. And if you don't let YouTube video. But I'm assuming that the argument against this. Is is the big is the big global, Google conspiracy and people, and they spy in his bubble, blah. If you don't like that use video, I I think think..

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04:22 min | 3 years ago

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"He's out and I could understand if you have like repeated violations the somebody gets band, I can understand, for example, what would have been doing about removing Russian spam accounts? And there's no one there just get removed. But if you know for example, language, if you were to get a, if Twitter with the band new just for no reason, given how long you've been on the platform, how long have used it? You had no issues against against you? That'd be weird to me. So, yeah, was not on the Google for pay pal, deleted my Cam. You say, oh yeah, hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people complaining about this over. Talk about exactly. This pipe could just go. Now we're gonna cut you off. Tell you why will interest new opinion guest off catch Eliah the thing you can do about it because they just company whose services you have chosen to use. And this is tricky because the the capitalists argument, hey, will be, but with fake, go somewhere else, don't use this, blah, blah, blah, blah. They the other side of the viewpoint is the have some kind of government ruling or legislation that deals with that and then gets very wiring complicated. There is no good solution because they're both right and wrong. Right? Because it's very difficult for people to get off Google as an example. Yes. So at an are far beside vote with you, go to the term tive if you're say throne supporting the ROY of the major complete to destroy all the alternative. All right. What's next? So since I seem to be the one constantly banging on about security and privacy, did you see that Krebs on security posted? None of Google's and I did not realize they were up to eighty. Five thousand employees have been fished in at least a full year after the company required all employees to now use the Yuba keys which is high, did say that, yeah, yeah, fascinating to know it. I would be really interested to say an equivalent stat, which is how many of them. Completely screwed up by nobody was in because they lost their UK, oh, flush down toilet by accident, or something. Out of curiosity, do you both use? Doesn't have to be a Ubad just any physical to fade? Not just semester something. Nine physically the device, which is not my phone. Do use SMS please tell me, don't use us. I'm not for a whole bunch of things, but yes, so stained for example, has either stay mapping stoled and so on and so forth. Go, obviously the glad the notification pops up. My. No, you don't have any any known phone physical devices to if I. Nicks is a, you kief some things and us. And then I use. The, what's it called the Google. Indicator by mainly, I mainly use that. So it's the case that the casing, if you get it, if you, you know, it's just it's just another thing to worry about dot swab interested in other brilliant day. When Katie demonstrates I actually case they using. Google? Yes. Yeah. I think these demonstrators that were good. They work. I would just be interested to hear the other side of the story about how many people just had to go home and miss Hoffa die because they forgot they became that one day or something right. Yep, Yep. L. also in terms of the study, I would like to know whether that information came from Google or whether that was independently received because. Because I don't think going to want to say, you know, yeah, people who've been fished. AAC LIZA supposed to eat us to flou- lawyer about it was reported say, there's a difference between them not saying anything. It wasn't. You'll employee Google spoke, but these Pacific Lee said they weren't, which is different. Yeah, not saying yeah, exactly. Exactly..

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Bad Voltage

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"two point" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"Corner or a business Vanezis don't forget that Lennox, foundation is. Coober nettie. At all? I guess. But yeah, nonetheless, I mean, this is a good thing regardless. Right? Yep. Well, I think if I remember right, was it ten tencent joined the recently as well, which is a fairly major deal. So I mean, the lyrics foundation is growing like crazy, but I think they do. I think they do good work so gang the buy in from large companies which was always there. Yeah, underlying approach to the thing I am. I am actually like fuchsias really interesting to me. This is nothing to do the left, but just. You know, I'm keeping an eye on this. I think it's interesting watching this kind of grow to bed. So Google definitely seemed to be placing their bets on. So it's still very small though in the company from what I understand something about this the other day. So never tried it. I have one. So I read this interesting blog post from this guy called Jackson Cunningham. And basically what happened is he got banned from ebb and he inquired about why. And they refused to tell him. He went through the process. Number of times tries to get information back and they said, you're band and we're not going to tell you what your band and this blog post is kind of interesting because he basically says, should that be some kind of. Should that be some kind of. Like a clearinghouse for Joop process for for these kinds of incidents where you know you have these digital services, this kind of relates to to segment about, you know, when you die, like digital footprint is so fundamental to our lives that if you get banned from a service, you can have pretty severe implications now for Ebi for less of an implication than if you get burned on Google g. DRA g. suite or something along those lines, but should that be regulation that relates to this because it sounds like from what I've read that Ebi kind of shitty in this area, that has been a number of incidents where this kind of thing is happened. What people have been banned and they haven't been given a reason why. It's Airbnb. I think it's tech companies in general are just not very good at customer service, especially in person customer service. And the kind of the broader question is, is there a point where tech companies become so pervasive? Pervasive and just everyday life that they at least user some kind of explanation or warning before they're just silently band, there's no process for refuting what happened or even verifying that the correct person was banned, etc. There's no. I mean, it's not due process as an illegal thing, but there's just really no process at all. So is there a point where service is so pervasive that it should be mandatory? There are a whole bunch of rules apply to this kind of thing, but they applied to the government and the public sector. We spent years and years and years decades building blows about how the government could deny you, but they called us. We're gonna throw you going to tell you why low guests stuffed go things on free information. Silence. Always just applies to the government. Now there are huge companies with this pervasive fact, and they're increasingly taking on. I semi public semi infrastructural role. Yes, Arthur turning into utilities, you could argue? Yes, absolutely. I think therefore, yeah, whole bunch of this stuff all to apply. They just hype w product company, but I'll tell you anything. I don't think we have this discussion about the right to be forgotten about with. Age, Google pervasive enough that that it can be genuinely damaging to you to have stuff stood up that you know when they're all things like the statute of limitations on crimes, but not on stuff that was reported about you in Google news and this to me all part and parcel of the same thing, I think, yeah, these companies we sent to the utilities. Deaf sub of the rules that apply around things. We've mentioned around things noticed, capriciously, denying people refusing to tell you about it. I think they absolutely should apply. And what's interesting in in this case with this Jack Cunningham guys, it sounds like he had a long history of saying in Abby properties, and you know, there are no issues and all the rest of it, and then it just seemed like he was done and that's it..

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Bad Voltage

04:09 min | 3 years ago

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"So I wonder whether marks thinking this should be more toward three or four billion the he's gonna wanna hire multiple on valuation as far as compared to revenue goes because cloud growth savvy higher than enterprise growth rate. Exactly not knowing what revenue is. I mean. The impact on the valuation and I don't know who Cutie partners is or what they do to Swedish p firm. Right? But that's, that's all I know about them. Like I have no idea. They're acquiring them. Goal is no, no one seems to be very clear. Bikes on reading did not very sure why it's Cutie than different from why achey Tae all going for say's pay different. Yep. All right. Germy. Did you see any any more indication of whether this was a particularly good? Bye. I didn't know now though. So he told of mystery series? No, actually have that much facts on wall sue's doing today, but which found out? Yeah. At an I will say, yeah, yes. We stay as Mattingly complicated as always been. I'm UCS for ten years. That was completely. All right. What's next Jeremy? Give us some give it some sugar while. So why don't we go with something we've talked about on a couple shows recently is the current crypto currency prices and kind of the markets. And one thing that we hadn't talked about is the impact that that had on graphics cards, which it turns out was pretty substantial. In this case, it actually mostly wasn't bitcoin because most bitcoin mining moved to six ether is the second most valuable crypto currency and still able to be mined GPU and it turns out the price of most higher end Invidia and AMD chips. Sorry, not chips. Graphics cards has somewhere in between doubled in quadrupled depending on the specific card over the last eighteen to twenty four months. And now with prices coming back down the cards are coming back down to the range that they were. I just thought it was interesting that it had that much. Of an impact. So if you look at the Rx five seventy, which is a radio and kind of a mid range card, the is two hundred which is what is sold or in April of twenty seventeen. Just a few months later in February eighteen was going for over four fifty. Yeah, it had a huge fact. It's not always surprises me when something which all don't think is a big deal. Has this kind of outsized effect home stuff you hip Jim into when people were going through rubbish dumps looking phone, circuit boards for the value of the cop on them? Yeah. Yeah, yeah, it's, yeah, it genuinely surprising began. People do to be happy the this hasn't just from what I understand. This hasn't just effected graphics card as -ffective ram as well and some of the components. So. Because I know that when I was buying when I was building my studio computer, which was towards the tail end of last year, the guy who bought our old house works for a family prominent tech company, and he's really into gaming like a gaming company. And he was saying that you know, sit, you built a PC at the worst possible time prices completely through the roof right now. And it's all because the crypto. So. JAT stop doing crypto things entirely forgiveness, hey, people need that does coined. They've really done. All right. Come on. Give us something language, ROY. Okay. I'm a brief one. Yes. Googlies platinum member of foundation. Apparently. It's, I don't know whether this is because the the us a great deal and they want to contribute more or kind of red. One of the one of those red flags where type things that both arts used to distract you from fuchsia looking around the.

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Bad Voltage

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"two point" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"Right load stuff is gone on. As pitching skipped a show. So Nate name your news by can use though. Why don't we start out with with a little bit of Lennox, news, hit Sousa, venerable, quite old. Distribution, how long the Sousa being around for over ever. Right? Was sold for two and a half billion dollars. It was. Yep. So microphone who owns Sousa, assault, Sousa, Lennox associated software business to Swedish to a Swedish, private equity firm e q. e. q. t partners for two point. Five, three, five billion. So, yeah, my question here is. Like given the fact the valuations for companies I, it seems to be some kind of like game of roulette for for a lot of people. What do you think about that number? Does that seem high seem? I think Sousa done some interesting work in the enterprise like you don't hear about them in the general open-source press quite so often. Put tuned and half billion seemed high to me, but I don't know whether they're selling products. You know, I just don't hear very often, but often it's twenty six times adjusted operating profit just for a measuring stick. Okay. Yeah. I know that the first thing I thought by that number two, four, three, five billion is Ortho seriously quotes to three decimal places, but then you cry to put five, three, five billion that last five is five million dollars. Which is interesting is follow the progression of the sick because this is a somebody that's been sold far more times than any other major ones. Right. So when you look at, they were originally sold. What was it for two. Let me get the number here just to ten. So two hundred ten million dollars in two thousand and three to Novell's Novell sold them in ten for two point. Two billion. Yup. And then in two thousand and ten, two point, two billion to attach mate, right to attach value beverage is right, and then attach attachment then merged with microphone Casse Yup. And then microphone focus sponsors back up into. So quite a bit of different sales. I think which the evaluation is not going to very much at all and is It's out out of. of. Vice with inflation. Is it. Monk for loss on that, right. Maybe that's Novell was acquired for two point. Two billion. All of Novell, which. Way different. That really. All right. The guy Netware was basically worth nothing by that point. So they sold a little late. But yeah. Wow, that's plumbing. Okay. So I mean to me two and a half billion dollars seems a law facility seems like to me, he asked to me as well. You hear that much about whether the people are which Brown a Hopi up out of their loads. What are you. I'm put those music videos. Right. But you don't. You hear that much about stuff that I mean, they've got a pretty firm enterprise bicy- people out there who are paying the money and so on and so forth. Do a lot of AP. They do a lot of on the enterprise. The struggling gear a pay apply, oversee, you know, given given the history. Yeah, to me Saint, like a law of money. Yeah, yeah. Under such the market for canonical wants die peo- as as a measuring stick at think which also makes it interesting from a timing perspective. That's very good point. I actually and they can put the stuff that they're doing and so on. So what that will do, what I want to what this means for how mock will think of canonical. Because I remember reading in the press somewhere that the market talk to some potential companies for Krishan and the number float. It was two billion and. I would argue that a boon to and canonical is much more relevant in today's cloud ecosystem than Sousa..

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