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"two thousand hundred" Discussed on Tech News Today
"Or nothing else has to be inside the room itself. My understanding is nothing else has to be in the room To bounce it back. It's essentially the idea is that you're shining the laser in it. Hits that wall when it hits the wall. Diffuses right light k. that reflects off of the other objects in the room and bounces the photons back to the cameras. Probably a very highly sensitive camera at the table to pick up on all that stuff. Okay so yeah then it could be pretty instead of using those super tiny little fiber-optic cameras that you slide under the door to inside you could just bounce a laser in there and go or three people in this room and the yeah right right exactly for whatever you need it for young again. Usually the military. I feel like that ends up. Being the easy go-to for something like this but i hope there's better better uses for the stuff than just military police you know which speaking of military that leads into partout now. This one is definitely like. I feel like we had a. We had a conversation about this. Maybe a couple of years ago on the show and ultimately After after doing it realized that the article was from a few years prior and that it was inaccurate. Now it seems like it's actually not inaccurate. Uk in the uk. They worded contracts. That are going to lead to laser cannons being fitted two tanks worships from from this quote detecting tracking engaging encountering unmanned aerial vehicles. Uab's so that's kind of the that's the starting point but it's always like the starting point. It's like okay great. So that's where we are now. What does it lead to the project known as team. Her is actually the ministry of defense's joint delivery office for directed energy weapons so this is like an effort within the military To find these directed energy weapons and to explore essentially the future of warfare. I suppose the first of these lasers is going to be tested on a royal navy type. Twenty-three worship that's coming up the lasers themselves. Are you know their lasers so their powered by electricity. There's no ammo required. You not loading any ammunition. So i suppose there are benefits there. If if you're you know follow follow. Although i'm not very into following wartime stopped but i suppose if you if you are more technology and everything that might be of interest to you and also by the way like this is not the first time that has been pursued in two thousand hundred a french missile company worked with the ministry of defence and they created an energy weapon called dragon fire. In that case the beam was so powerful it melted the mirrors that were used to actually direct the laser so it was not a success. At least in its incarnation then But yeah. I don't know why pick these twos like i saw two stories about lasers and hey the twelve year old twelve year. Old me was like as irs. That's cool but also kind of terrifies me to think of a future where lasers being used warfare and stuff like that doesn't sound fun but the chats has salo's shared a another laser story About alphabet which of course is google's parent company That is beaming seven hundred terabytes of data across nearly five kilometers..
"two thousand hundred" Discussed on Real Dictators
"Only at the dawn of the twenty-first century two spaniards really begin to revisit the horrors of the civil war and the use of terror that followed as the new century begins. The past is literally dug. Up through the exhumation of mass graves. See a big change around about the two thousand and the way some groups spaniards again to think about pass. I think they're being some big changes. Since the nineteen seventy s and nineteen eighty s. That can help explain why some people at least were prepared to act in the year. Two thousand one they weren in the nine hundred seventy nine thousand nine hundred and one of the differences is typically in south america. Other areas of the world is being. There is our human rights culture. New transitional justice included truth and reconciliation committees or commissions attempts to put leaders on trial developments of our whole human rights culture. That i think began to influence activists in spain meal. So get the rise of the new generation that the third generation to the grandchildren and the people who were involved in spanish war. I think a lot of those grandchildren felt but their grandparents and parents had want to talk about the franco's repression and violence the difficult task because in the case of the grandparents. I think a lot of them were fearful about the consequences so she talked to your children or grandchildren about these events and maybe start talking in public. And then they'll say some kind of punishment or exclusion very fearful. I think the second generation. We didn't want to talk about the past. Because i made sure as politically provocative and might lead to instability in the third generation grew up without a lot of those fans but also with the sense that they didn't know their own family history and they could also see the other countries. There were examples transitional justice system and facing the past. I think those are some of the explanations about wind around the year. Two thousand we see younger activists starting to carry now actually nations in the two thousand. A journalist. emilio silver returns to his family's ancestral village. A place called laon. He's thinking of writing a novel about his family's history as part of his research he visits the graves of family members located in the tiny village. Symmetry looking at the names on the tombstones. He comes to a sudden. Realization is grandfather's grave is missing so he turns to his grand uncles older inhabitants of the village and local historian together. They're able to descend the probable location of his grandfather's remains the exhumation of emilio. Silva's grandfather is successfully undertaken in october. Two thousand hundreds of similar situations arise in the coming years. Silver publishes an article about the hunt. His grandfather this helps to break. The code of silence has prevailed throughout spain since the turn of the new millennium seven hundred and forty mass graves containing the remains of nine thousand. People have been opened of that number only a third of the individuals buried of in identified. The work is far from finished. It will take years to locate and exuma all of spain's burial grounds but there is one grave in particular that whole significance for the spanish public. The valley of the fallen since its inauguration in nineteen fifty nine thousands of victims of the spanish. Civil war have been interred there. It holds the remains of both republican. And nationalist soldiers when francisco franco died in nineteen seventy five. He was buried atop these remains in donate for years. Those on the left called dictated body to be removed from this national monument. Those on the far right pushed back in two thousand and nineteen. The spanish government finally agrees to relocate. Franco's remains and moved them next to his wife's grave in madrid. What happened was that after a long legal battle. The frank family which had opposed exclamation. Finally the supreme courts approved at dick's ommission was a fairly solemn affair. Family was allowed to carry the coffin. Out of the little scrapes valley of the fallen. The then minister of justice must present as a representative government. And the whole thing was very honorable and seemed very formal for many people who associated or identified with the left that in some way was ironic and painful because after a twenty year period since about two thousand families of franco's victims have been on their own digging up drives identifying the remains and trying to give their grandfathers and grandmothers and uncles and aunts. The proper reburial on their own dime now. The spanish government was allowing the dictator himself to be reburied such improperly solid fashion after franco's explanation. The next step is to remove the remains of republicans buried in the valley of the fallen. These bodies were moved here without the permission of their loved ones. Some families have spent decades demanding the right to excavate the site in march. Twenty twenty one. The spanish government finally approves a fund the exclamation of these graves. These powerful steps towards spain's reconciliation with its past spaniard. Still have no legal avenue to pursue justice for family members were victims of franco's regime the amnesty log ninety seventy seven goals and there's really no judicial avenue available in spain for their excellent franken wisdom to pursue justice through criminal justice. The supreme court acknowledges the victim's rights to truth but they say the truth ethics have the right to isn't historical truth that judicial trip. So it's job of storylines and anthropologists and whenever else to help the family members of contract with him to understand what happened. Why and where bodies are recovered them but never can there be a judicial case against any representative regime for things they did between thirty six. Tonight and seventy five. This is a an illegal argument has been disputed widely internationally in spain by amnesty international human rights. Watch the united nations itself with the argument that international law has now established beyond doubt that crimes against humanity can never be susceptible to amnesty of any kind their full stop. Laws don't apply and therefore that the victims of acacia should have the recourse.
"two thousand hundred" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Yeah. You can have more money than this but we want to do this. In the autumn spending v to force of choices between. What do you want to spend money on. How do you balance to pick up on his belt. How do you balanced eating with the na jess backlog with dealing with up of loss learning education what is water over trade off the prepared to make i on one of the big questions. Two things we don't know the ons to one is walsh's the future direction of the virus is the lawrence going to be insufficient abeyance from now on that you really be able to have this kind of rapid catch up economic growth and the second thing is the biggest question right now to my mind in in in politics as well as economics is this inflation that is beginning to paul rate. Is this a transient things. It just passing through the system and not going to lead to opponent optic or is it going to lead to significant uptick in inflation for central banks have to raise interest rates which would obviously have big consequences for the public finances and is about everything. It's going to have consequences for the public finances. The right map Oatmeal name to get paused. Emergency spending the government needs to get a point to point with that fewer restrictions perhaps even no restrictions. Debbie believe it has licking in terms of the gene. Twenty one deadline. There's still a lot of uncertainty about. It was sort of swinging between government ministers saying that. There's no evidence that's the onlooking can't go ahead as planned not others all indeed the same ministers saying that it's too early to say which was what my hand quote said in the house of commons yesterday and there is concern about the transmissibility of the the delta variant and the impact that this will have on the unl- king and will say scientists to our boys in the government. Sang is a big freedom. Day on the twenty first the right thing to do or is it better to go step by step again now. This is obviously something that is really upsetting conservative. Mp's who saying that you just keep moving the goalposts on What we need to have done in order to unlock. And if months a vaccination program was held out as the great hope and now it's being suggested that not even the vaccination program can save the country from high infection rates of covert. That ashley the you know. The percentage of the population who need to be vaccinated in order for for the vaccine to be effective is is so high that will be stuck in sort of perpetual lockdown for for much much longer if the goalposts and meet did not direction so there is still a lot of angst and uncertainty about this. And it's not. It's not helped. By at the sorta swinging to inform from optimism to to caution from ministers because it just creates a sort of communications mass. and you. can you could argue that. The data not dates approach Sort of necessitates. This confusion because ministers can't just stick to the two thousand hundred. Thirteen is a date as more data comes through but the confusion between optimism and patent pessimism is largely unnecessary if they are doubtful about this day. They should stuck to that cautious line rather than continuing to talk about it as freedom day. James how can we square the two narratives coming out the moment every day. We get a say whether it's the prime minister directly to the prime suspects personnel to me. Say nothing in the date to justice..
"two thousand hundred" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"This very specific times associations off the specific trade with a group of people and we look at. How power affects these two different types of by found that when people are in this mindset of high power they express more prejudice also type or so it seems that for them like Refocused on black and whites white americans. So the americans associate with negative Balance and with the stereotypes that they are athletic and why they have like more select positive associations and they associate them with the traits. Not being smart so this happened to this happens on a the unconscious level by ready then also here the second study in which we looked at neural processes that allies this facts It's actually quite complex. With also interesting survey finds that the online processes defer in his tool hype off implicit biases. So in the context of the evolution so negative be found that when experiencing high power people process that african american face greater than the white american faces and we interpret this data in this context where you make evaluations they receive the african american says threat to their own power so in order to maintain their power. Keep them down. They can focus on on on this african americans because these are born right now Because they they do represent present this threat but in the context of stereotyping where this cessation are way more make specific tried with a cruel there refined off of it so people who experience high power focus more on ingram is us behalf the interpretes at in this context. They have no interest in focusing on people They don't have to because they they have a lot of power they don't have to care about how other people are what their interests are. So that's why they don't focus on our faces in in this in this context. I was also wondering better that they has to be some sort of management aspect to it so never lucidly perspective rate and so perhaps clan leaders Landing climb two thousand hundred thousand years ago Did this Pity systematically Perhaps this national perspective. They had to keep that plan and date had do essentially identify interlopers So to speak Either bid efficient fashion. So i want to those attributes Sort of gotten selected into the modern more in context. yeah The reason why we have this implicit bias. This is actually because our brain is is too busy So that it cannot process all information about all individuals. So that's why we to see people as part of a group out them. We attribute characteristics toward sexual to all people in that group and as the economy makes sense in some contexts. Normally the in crew army tried to protect out through the often see as threat so here we have this quick aberrations happening they happen like in milliseconds like a a pay so it's really really fast.
"two thousand hundred" Discussed on WORLD OVER
"Of the senate of bishops convenes at the vatican in october of two thousand hundred twenty three father. Jerry this sounds a lot like a synod within ascended to discuss synods. What do you make of this. And how did the layperson nod. They decipher this thing. Well a senate of bishops is precisely a meeting of bishops and I don't see the necessity for two year process On the other hand where what they're doing in germany which is that the lay people in union with the bishops are coming up with a revolutionary program and promoting all kinds of things that are both heretical and immoral We don't want that to happen in the wider church Send -ality as a way of consulting laity You know the bishops of the one of the teaching authority in the church and it's wise to consult lay people but i don't think it's wise to create a two year mechanism were pressure. Groups are going to arise. They're going to issue. All kinds of statements are going to demand that the bishops. Listen to them. I mean think about the female ordination crowd the people who will not accept the church's teaching that women are incapable being ordained priest. They're gonna use two years of beating the drums and saying the poll wants you to consult us. Well this is what we're telling you know I hope that this process gets managed In a better way than i foresee having given the german experience consideration pressure groups who want to revolutionize church are going to use this as a means to cause trouble that needs to be stopped. Bob when i read this. I kept thinking here. We are discussing a process to discuss the process of governing the church but at the same time the holy see is sending directives that they don't want bishops in the united states to discuss reception of communion among themselves. Is there a disconnect. That's the great irony. Actually i think when our bishops are proposing is what would be in the best sense that there's a local group of bishops who were trying to deal with the problem and they're fully within their rights and they're they're not touching the matter of doctrine they're touching questions of how to implement that and how to make it more effective in a certain national context. Father is exactly right. The opposite is what we see in germany where they're off to the races as if senate -ality means democracy. You can just redefined want. They actually said that they're gonna be conflicting and different visions of what catholicism now to me. The the process is very clunky to they. Talk about doing this at the dialysis level at the conference level and then at the continental level. We know there is a continental sort of bishop's conference in latin america in north america or canada and the united states and mexico. Mexico's technically part of north america. Or are we going to join together. I don't know that this has been thought through very well. It sounds like one of those things that you do when you wanna give the impression of consulting widely democratically but man. It's it leaves a lot of chances to be abused. Well the pope often said. Sometimes you have to make a mask this could be it jets. We leave it there. Commentary by robert. Royal and father gerald murray can always be found at the catholic thing dot org. Thank you both..
"two thousand hundred" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"Media you recognize the town is just off the charts rare rare physical specimen to throw at plenty of time. Sometimes you think supernatural with the eleventh pick in the two thousand hundred twenty one. Nfl draft the mice. Icago bear select justin field quarterback ohio state. Everyone it's daniel jeremiah from move the sticks and i'm bucky brooks and this is just feels three sixty buck. I know bears fans are fired up. I don't know that seen this fan base this excited in quite some time. They've got themselves new quarterback. And i think we can say he's got the superstar potential here in justin feels. He absolutely has superstar potential. But we're gonna talk. Some guys who have spotted at potential very early in justin feels lifetime where they've seen really developed from a guy who was kind of under underrated prospect of becoming one of the top prospects as a high school quarterback to have success. Not only a joy to begin at ohio state to being a guy that was taken at the top of the board. Ron veal mad dickman. Justin feels high school football coach at harrison high ron day trend deal for coach. Justin feels that elite eleven. John beck who coached him doing their pre-draft process Jk dobbins a couple of his teammates all provide perspective on justin feels. Who was who could be the next level. No doubt and when we talk about him as a player before we get into these conversations With these great folks that know him at his has as anybody buck. I think the sky's the limit. We talk about everything you can do. You talk about the ability to create plays talking about his ability on design quarterback runs. You talk about him in the pocket to deliver the ball accurately at all three levels. Big time arm strength My only knock on him For for really. It's kind of nitpicking. Right is just playing with a little more urgency right. Let's just speed up. Let's crank it up a little bit and get going can be a little bit delivered at times but mom excited for him. I think that's that's fixable. And if he does get that going and picks up the place beat a little bit watch out watch out here a tremendous amount of potentially we've seen that potential play out at times those who have studied him..
"two thousand hundred" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"So the republicans who want to run in two thousand hundred they gotta stop the santa's now and they begin with the whispers. The whispers will go to more news and the media will love it because they hate the santa's why because he thus far has positioned himself pretty strategically as the one person who can unite the non trump and trump wings of the gop. Hi there it's eric erickson here. The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. I wanna wish all the moms in the audience all the birthing people all the mothers happy. Mother's day i. You know my wife is a is a real hero to me. And we're fortunate. She can stay home with the kids and build memories with the kids given her health. And i feel like i'm a sometimes just a terrible husband Lately i i really have just because i've been so so overwhelmed with work and i'm i'm glad the light is at the end of the tunnel for these last couple of months. They've been a distraction. I feel like i've been off my game With my family and stuff. But it's just it's remarkable to me to see my wife in action with our kids and billy memories and helping them and so i i just moms are amazing. My wife is amazing My my my wife has a harley. She got.
"two thousand hundred" Discussed on Computer Talk Radio
"What. I'm going to read off here. This is all that we're packing into this week's show and there is so much here For starters Let's see here. I've got listener questions. All over the place Aaron is going to ask me about domain name speculation. I'm going to tell you how to check into a fake text message and see if it's fake or not Especially if it's urgent Spotting fake news. We're going to talk about bionic arms connecting your audio from your smartphone. Your stereo were talking. Counterfeit covid credentials gave going to talk about the good and the bad with the new iphone. Ios fourteen point five and I've got coming up next jack. Corey and aiden have questions that actually tied together. But first we're going to dive into the news. This is what we always do here. We talk about the nerd news. And yes my nerd views as well. So let's talk about this first. One in that is that there is a coalition that is banning together and they are colleen for well this kind of this kind of creepy. They're calling for biden to form a information task force. Now i wanna ask you who decides what is information and what is disinformation as we know. There are extremists out there with diametrically opposing views of the information in many fields. You have a political belief and out there. There are people that believe exactly opposite and they have their own facts and their own opinions that run counter to your facts in your opinions because this is all just a valuable battle in the whole world of politics. Now they're proposing out. There is not named a ministry of truth from george. Orwell's nineteen eighty-four but anytime that someone decides what is the truth. Who tells you what is fact. And what is lies than you're going to be susceptible. our government. Creating a disinformation task force. Even thinking of doing this is an indication that free speech and actual truth will be supressed faster than you can say we interrupt this broadcast. Benjamin rockwell is no longer going to be. Yeah you get the idea. I mean were. They can squelch anybody. Espn on both sides so it don't think that this is any cure for anything as a matter of fact propaganda we'll continue and now if you want If you want recipes for steak don't look it epicurious. They actually started to cut to the beef fat in two thousand hundred nineteen and now. They don't have any new recipes with beef. they haven't for over a year. No more articles not newsletters. Were front page instagram. None of it. They've they've come out of the work and said yeah. We were doing this. It's agenda driven and you may know this even though epicurious says there's no agenda. Yes this is the same ultra vegans. Who have a beef with how we live our lives. And there's seeking to trim where they can. The internet is huge though. And i think there are plenty of other places for savory steak recipes at the same time we're still dealing with a food issues and dash has Welby revealed their new pricing for restaurants. And they're messing with pricing on both sides there new approaches to actually offer three levels. Restaurants can pay a lower commission but then the customers to those restaurants will get higher fees. Give up more of your income and the customers will pay less of a surcharge door. Dashes realized that they don't have to bargain and they leave the control to the restaurant and the reality is you and i the customers. We're going to pay the price either way now. This isn't thrilling. But it's what we have to deal with and it's gonna take a bite out of our wallets. The faa has authorized space x. Nellie we talked about this a couple of. I'm gonna say two months ago maybe it wasn't quite that They said no more. Space x launches. Well okay in this was for the starship. And they've backtracked. End spacex is now going to be able to continue with their next. Three starship. test launches. Now these are gonna come out of the bolsa chica texas facilities and an faa inspector must be present at all of these launches. Now i like the idea that the faa is being flexible and understanding on this as we have a potential to move back towards innovation through space exploration. We are going to have to wait and see how all of this takes off though. Yes i'm filled with all of these puns today. I have no idea why you know i. It's it's just part of part of me. I guess a statistics bouncing around right now. But it's clear that many of us wish to continue working remotely after the end of the pandemic to what extent sixty five per cent of the respondents to the survey were in favor of that most of the rest wished for a hybrid in are meant in the real big shocker. Is that the amount of people that actually want to go back to the office. Full-time these irv course. Your.
"two thousand hundred" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Meanwhile the governor's top people conspire to bully health professionals into pulling the truth from last. July's department of health report. That falsely claimed to prove the order was harmless. The media the national particularly see as culpable in this. But so too is the new york times. Cnn was praising andrew cuomo as a way to beat up donald trump. they needed andrew cuomo. He was useful to them at the time. He's no longer useful. They cannot go back to admit that they were willing idiots in covering for cuomo so now they've got to go after him for sexual harassment as a way to make it up. Here's the headline in the new york times. Another newspaper that covered for apologize for a defendant andrew cuomo for his handling of killing old people headline cuomo aide says governor groomed her for months before groping subtitle. A woman who has accused governor andrew cuomo of groping her in the executive mansion said. She warned him. You're going to get us in trouble. A woman who has accused governor andrew cuomo groping her. The executive mansion gave a fuller account in a published report on wednesday detailing. How she believed the governor had groomed her for months with a series of tight hugs in sexually suggestive comments. She said in an interview with the times union albany new york that mr cuomo asked invasive questions about her personal life recalling that at one point last year the governor told her quote. Oh if you're single. The things that i would do to you in quote. The groping incident followed later in two thousand hundred and said the woman and administrative assistant. Who still works at the capitol and who spoke on the condition of anonymity in late november. She said the governor summoned her to a second floor office at the executive. The woman told the times union that mr cuomo closed the door and reached under her blouse he pulled me close and all i remember is seen his hand. His big in the woman said in the interview moments later. The governor grasped one of her breasts over her bra leaving her so confused and so taken aback. She said she told the times union. She told the governor. You're going to get us in trouble because she didn't know what else to say. It was pretty much. Like what are you doing. She said adding he said. I don't care. Several current and former employees of large sexual harassment allegations against mr cuomo in recent months in other women have come forward accounts of uncomfortable. Interactions with the governor. The alleged groping and the governor's mansion was the most sexually aggressive allegation and it was forwarded to the state attorney general letitia james who is overseeing an inquiry into the sexual harassment claims against the governor in a text exchange with the new york times on wednesday. The woman confirmed the details that she told the times union as well as the fact that she had spoken to. Investigators deputized by ms james. She's one of several accusers. Who have been interviewed by the attorney. General's investigators led by june h kim a acting. Us attorney for the southern district of new york and ann clark regarded employment discrimination lawyer a separate state. Assembly investigation is also underway with a broader mandate which also includes looking..
"two thousand hundred" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Just to another industry under the bus. Yeah i mean because of course the central bankers second look at this threat The competitor a better competitor of bitcoin. And say well. How do we act like them. How do we like. Maybe we just form a blockchain. That's all you need right. That's what it's all about. The no is the neutrality and permission. List nature of censorship resistant. They this is another thing that as you know. Whoever controls that system as a dollar system right now like obviously they were pretty fair and open about it when they were the world. They were out competed. Everybody when we produced all the semiconductor chips when we produced all the cars when we produce all the high tech but now that other countries are are way ahead of us on in some aspects. Where like well you know what. We're slow your payments down. That's how we can out compete. We're going to make it harder for you to even trade with anybody. So this is what citibank bank is saying. They're agreeing with us was again. Kaiser report was right fitting. Bank was wrong until now. Yeah i mean it's remarkable that it's an indictment on the bank. They're very on bank. It's like culpa as like you know we're finally getting admit something see everybody in the world. What we do here is redundant slow costly unnecessary and expensive and a drag on the economy. And we're sorry. We're sorry that's what citibank is saying. Yeah well they're saying what eric schmidt said it's like we can't do it ourselves Tax payer you'd better do something about it or or whatever. We need another bailout. Two thousand hundred eight wasn't enough biggest. Bail out history. No no no we need another bailout. Because i have to work on my golf game. That's their that's their pitch to america. Okay buddy sure. Do i write the check out to and by the time you get it china and the rest of the world will be another light your head. Well stay to the second half much more coming your way. In in the media landscape filled with so cold shortlist acting as the niagara billionaire bosses. Desperate need for news analysis and perspectives. That book the status quo in get to the heart of how domestic and international events impact. You would meet as well as showing how we can get involved in the struggle to change the status quo up by any means necessary on radio sputnik monday through friday from four pm eastern to hear the stories and voices that mainstream media refuses to tell you and join us as we connect the political social and economic movement shaping world around us by any means necessary monday to friday to four pm eastern. Right here on radio. Sputnik are teaching channel presents. Kaiser report on radio. Welcome back to the kaiser report. I'm max kaiser time to go to chris. Fenton author feeding the dragon. Chris let's get into it as you point out in your book feeding the dragon. Hollywood where you spend most of your career is really set. The tempo the global tampa for culture seems to be. I just saw. The china reported their biggest box office month. Ever in history and the theaters are full. What's going on. It's obviously business. That you and i had i met in hollywood in. It's a really unbelievable situation where lasts months february which obviously had the chinese new year hot national holiday in her. The month is south. Did almost two billion dollars. Us in boxoffice the disappointing part about that is the amount of money that hollywood movies grows during. That period was a whopping fourteen million of Things that i've been very vocal about on the hollywood front with its engaged to china. One is obviously the kowtowing in this ridiculous encroachment of our freedom of speech in censorship rights. Here in the united states number one but number two is one that could be extrapolated to every other business. That's engaged with china. The united states in our western allies. And that's the fact that in order to get access to that market. We had to placate the government of china. Get in there. In the first part of that was the ability to teach them our processes to do tech swabs to create joint ventures and to get them to understand how we actually create these products and services that consumers want and now at this point they are replicating themselves and they are taking the market away from our own american companies because we taught them too. Well so eric schmidt former google chair. He says that china has a five-year lead over the us in commerce payments china's already working on sixty whereas us has yet to roll out five g. The us has no five g. The product from verizon is a hoax. They don't have five g so we borrowed four trillion dollars last year. Increase the money supply by twenty five percent. It seems like we're really far behind on technology and we're borrowing too much money. Chris i mean what. How is this playing in. Washington are the alarm bells sounding or they sleep at the switch. Your audience is awesome. Souverain site will time me and the engagement with them has been a lot of fun and i've learned a lot so first of all i would love anybody. That's listening this. Please follow me on the dragon feeder and give me whatever you want as far as opinion and criticism. Because i'm working on another book and we're actually adapting my book my books into documentary and i want to focus on how we can remedy this issue. How we can unite a very divided america in order to go after this chinese challenge that we're facing and to answer your question to go upon what eric was talking about one of the things that china does. Is they play a long game. Play a twenty five fifty hundred year game of chess while we play checkers all day long on share price fluctuations on a day-to-day basis quarterly results. Two to four year election cycles and that creates a real problem for us to invest in infrastructure and for us to invest in our in d. a. Or doing that great and by the way if you wanna look at case studies the best ones to look at right now are nineteen ninety three. When they said they are not gonna participate are gps or are will positioning satellites We're going to create their own. And guess what they have. In nineteen ninety seven. They said they are not going to participate in the worldwide web in wanted to create their own bifurcated from the rest of the world s. What they have doing the same thing with five g. and sixty and they're gonna do it with microchips on their twenty twenty five vision. We are getting left behind and we need to smarten up one thing about donald trump with you. Light them or hate it. Hold the fire alarm and said we need to wake up to this china challenge time is running out and we need to get serious about it whether he applied getting serious to it or not is one thing the debate but what he did do is all the fire alarm. We need to keep pulling it. We need to implement changed now to address new report with mac. Skyser on radio spooky snake. The quid pro far though is You know we get cheap stuff. You know We don't work. We get transfer payments from the government. They sent us all the streak after to by chinese goods which are super cheap. so why. what's my incentive to to go back into the factory work sixty hours a week you know and everything's going to be more expensive because we can't get it from china anymore so my quality my life in a crash. What was the point of that. Chinese are willing to do all the work and and then get the government is willing to give us all free money. What's my incentive in exchange. They're gonna re cut. It's a wonderful life and made jimmy stewart a chinese actor. I don't i'm fine with that. I don't care so what.
"two thousand hundred" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast
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"two thousand hundred" Discussed on Other People's Shoes
"I still donald you know. So why not consummate that relationship because of the holy spirit is giving you that revelation to allow you to realize that's what you need cultivated So yes. I want my son to know daddy did not give up. Gatty love them. Some isaiah you know. He loves him. Some is saying he supports. I drill in the crazy. Part about is my son knows that now even at five rights. We don't give up you know. I'm sorry if i was a drills of i was adrift started tweets. That that's one thing i would really tomorrow my my cadets. We don't get run. We ask for help. You know daddy did not hesitate to ask for help. And that's a process. There's something i'm learning to do. Even morsch now because i'm very sufficient almost to almost to a degree where it's not healthy. So i'm i'm breaking that that's a process. I'm working progress. And i need to continue to kill that noise because i can't do his promises. I can't read the kia by myself. You know. I can't. I can't live and can live this journey. I wasn't. I wasn't admitted to it. Wasn't meant for me to do a bummer. So you so pretty much. That's why i give you your right. This is your moment. I was going to give you your moment to to to kind of tell about your wife and how amazing she is on this journey with you and then we can talk pop gospel for good with that. Well that's a great great great to segue was smooth because she's about to get all the kuo's right here because if it wasn't for her speeds the radio women nella bennett. I'll tell you Destiny mario beautiful beautiful beautiful mcginnis for married for nine years september. Seventeen this year will be ten. She's an amazing on hazing woman. Very skilled and graphic design and website building. It just you know wife tend to push you know they tend to push you in ways that you don't really have within yourself you know and your husband like me but some and i'm a little stomach my life no idea what about you now. It's crazy it's crazy. Because i kind of just started being stubborn. Kinda has always been stubborn. If yours is creative as i think stubborn she probably just helped you point that out just joking. I've been on very stubborn. We we we we brought about his. We're both babies of our families. Okay so it's always that there's a compromise that has to happen often in that in that space but and it's that that's been a journey within itself because you know to raise the firstborn. We've never done that because we've only been babies right so that's been a challenge. you know. Yeah yes so pop gospel so so how me without you talk about destiny being kind of the We'll say the brain trust behind it in some respects. But how does bob pop gospel. Come about like what makes you wake up one angle. You know what. I'm going to start an internet. Radio station is gonna be amazing and everyone's going to tune in and listen to it like how does that like transition to the beginning to where we are. Now get skit. So i said everything starts from the music right Sorted by by fate that was in two thousand hundred. We're at twenty one and Back in nineteen. The song was written. I was trying to find mind brand my sound. My general if you will and i didn't fit in gospel. I didn't feel christian. I didn't fit in christian contemporary. Or whatever others they have for the christian faith. Music industry just didn't fit so i didn't wanna class didn't want anything that were classified me and could be in a box so the first thing i came up with honestly was life music. That was his me. Nobody else meaning. God gave life music. Then i don't know if you know the way i would say like gospel slash Artist jonathan mcreynolds. He came off with school but we really didn't know each other but he came out and his brand was life music while well. I guess that ain't it so i had to find what was my thing and you brought up kirk franklin right kirk franklin and michael jackson walmart to inspirations for passable because pop gospel will for one car front hole was a radical. When it comes to the music he came out with because he went against traditional saps right. He was very secular in styles. Right michael jackson. They had to create a genre for him because he didn't fit. He just did what he felt right so he. Michael jackson was getting spent on country on be wrought all he was everywhere right so with that being the case they had to create pop which is popular music for popular short pop. Music and gospel going back to the origins of gospel is just the word of guy right. So i kinda got tired of all of these labels because once again let's have a real conversation gospel. Music is predominantly black okay. Christian music is predominantly white. I was gonna about. How do i bring that up. But but i've noticed that as well that the most gospel music has a very much a black element to it. And when i think of christian music there's not a ton of black artists i think of that jumped to the forefront of my mind i think of i honestly here. We go stereotype right. I think of a white guy and maybe a grunge and they're all white you just saying so yeah continue so so for me. i didn't enjoy. That didn't enjoy that. That that fact. The world set up. So i didn't want to follow that guideline So i i went to. I went to. I wanted to saint xavier university in new orleans oil illinois where i got my classical training And i experienced sherman million french. You know singing in those languages are dinner. Went to columbia Rb rock jazz. Pop all of that stuff and i was like you know i want to do it all. I don't wanna. I don't want to put myself in his bubble right so i was doing one day and somebody asks me. Hey what is this. I think this pop gospel and then what came after. I don't know if i was. I don't know anybody in the car. But i know i had the time to type it out. So i was probably like sitting with came to me was stylistically. Unrestricted music with the vertical source horizontal. Reach you the cross right and that's what it was. That's what it became and asked about six years later. We're we're we're pushing like twenty nineteen twenty eighteen. God just kinda thrown.
"two thousand hundred" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Host founder and principle attorney at sapphire legal theresa mcqueen. Thank you james and welcome everyone to work workplace perspective where we are striving to raise the bar at workplaces everywhere today. Buffer is back. we are talking with nicole. Miller nicole is a people operations manager at the social media management company buffer is passionate about remote work and promotes values driven company culture in may two thousand and twenty buffer began experimenting with a four day workweek which turned into a long-term pilot program which ran through the end of this year. Twenty nicole is with us today to talk about the lessons learned. And what's next great show. Don't go away we'll be right back. Binion's expressed by guests on workplace perspective. Do not necessarily reflect those of sapphire legal or it's attorneys. Ed should not be considered legal advice. You're listening to workplace perspective and employment law podcast presented by sapphire legal welcome back listeners. And welcomes a workplace perspective nicole miller. Thank you so much really excited to be here while. I'm super excited to have you on. I've been wanting to talk about this for week. Four day workweek for like all of last year. When i found why would i. I found out about it so before we get started real quick. Want you tell our listeners about who you are and what you do i think you I am operations manager buffer so I consider doing the funds defec- of of hr but also I i've always viewed it as internal community building because then a relief fund journey through buffer As far as we've grown as a company. And i also as you mentioned in very passionate about Like family inclusivity in building policies. That are very human centered within our company and then hopefully then being able to Be an example for other workplaces of future. Well that's awesome. And i know i. I hate to bring kobe into every show. But i do think that you know one of the things that it's done is it's really think brought the future to us much quicker and a lot of us in the business world anticipated and part of that are these more flexible work environments and i. I'm so excited here. Hear it so. I'm just gonna i'm just gonna ask you the big question of you know what prompted the four day workweek experiment. Yeah this is where i would have brought in cova nineteen anyway so we had toyed with the idea before day workweek before we did a really light test of it in two thousand hundred nineteen. We call them half days summer. Fridays where we did a half a day off a week And in it it was a k. Didn't really feel like the right time or didn't really show the right. We didn't really know what we were looking for. Exactly and so when covid came into play in march when schools were closing and parents at home with kids and all of these routines were sort of uprooted. We wanted to support oliver teammates no matter their situation and so we did a lot of surveying. We did a lot of asking what people wanted In some of our theories like maybe people want an extra step into like by their kid an ipad or something to distract them to help with their work day Everything turned out to be a little bit different from what we expected. As far as what people wanted was time and a better balance of work life especially to figure out all of these things mentally to cope with all of the stresses of things going on and so that's when the four day workweek came back into focus because this felt like the right time to test that out just for mental health reasons more than anything else. i think. That's it's really interesting to me. I think that if companies as much effort into it as you all did they would find the same thing that what they think their employees want is not exactly the sets doesn't jive typically and i love that idea that you know that willingness to listen to what it is and to bring that idea back because i do think sometimes these things start as like casual fridays on the worst thing ever but at all different lives a whole they were gonna work but i do think that they think oh. This'll be great but they don't really think about implications implications of it or is it what people want sore. You know those sorts of things so what were some of your initial findings With the with the experiment. Yes so as you mentioned. We did it for a month and in may twenty twenty and just sort of said like we set our expectations to say like we don't necessarily expect a one hundred percent productivity especially given the pandemic in the stress of it and then with the four day workweek. We know there's going to be twenty percent less stuff done and that's okay. We want people to feel supported and mentally as stable as possible right now and what we found was it did have a huge impact on astronomy and independence and control their own. Schedule and stress levels did decrease All of that through different surveys And then we also found that actually our productivity didn't take much of a hit as we sort of expected and so it was like Like me we can try this and it also didn't feel right to just kind of stop right then and there because even in june twenty twenty things didn't necessarily feel all that much better globally and so we thought okay. Maybe let's just keep going with this. Let's try it. Let sort of emphasize that. We're starting started longer experiment because one month didn't really feel like it was a valid measure of like the true effectiveness of this. So that's when we decided from june to december to go into a longer trial. I think that's important too because you really can't in a month you can't. Yeah i mean think about how long it took just myself. I'm sure you guys and everybody that's listening. When everybody went home in march my husband worked from home like for march until may they went back to their office in may but it took all that time to get and we worked together on occasion from home before i always work from home and occasionally he'd beat it was fine but this was like every day and by the time they i was so sad to see him. Go back to work. We had gotten in this routine but it took. It took a little while to figure that out. So that's really why is to know that one month is not gonna tell you much about it And then as so tell me what surprised you the most you think well we weren't exactly We were not surprised at how much people loved it you. We've got a lot of praise for a lot of gratitude A lot of Anecdotal evidence about much. This really helped with family balance in home schooling and all of the things that went with that I should also mention along the lines of four day workweek. We encourage people to do like shorter five day. Workweek all of that to to whatever sort of worked for their schedule. And i'd say the thing that surprised us most was just the level of how consistent our productivity did stay We didn't have a firm goal or deadlines and we did adjust things given the pandemic But it felt like things were still on track and that we were still moving forward so we did. We were very surprised that like it helped us going in a direction and we didn't feel like we were lacking overall with General productivity and now even lamented okay. Ours For quarter one twenty twenty one and so we're going to keep testing that as.
Sloan-Kettering Spin-Out Harnesses AI to Diagnose Cancer
"Leo thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. We're gonna talk about page. It's ai base diagnostics. And how digital pathology has the potential to change out cancer. Patients are diagnosed. Perhaps we can start with the need. What problem is pains trying to address their few different problems. We're building a portfolio of products. And those problems. Really fall into three different buckets. One is to provide more information to pathologists during their their clinical workflow. That will help them ultimately have real time. Quality assurance provide the more information during their diagnostic process as well as ultimately help them with efficiency in throughput. The second need that we're helping address is with our our viewer in our digital pathology platform which is allowing them to access historical images to share uh slides easily to get consultations as well as to be able to reference other digital images and slides during the course of their work and then the last set of needs is really around trying to look for new biomarkers that can help doctors on college costs ensure that the patients get the right treatment every time. And how are these tests generally perform today. How does pages technology change that. So in a clinical pathology setting What happens today is a pathologist or piece of tissue is taken out of a patient from a biopsy or surgery that tissue gets cut stained mounted on a glass slide. And then the pathologist is handed a set of slides to look at that patient at thaad will look at that slide and they may see something that they're not sure what it is. It may be a little unusual. They may ask a colleague. They may send it out for consultation. They may do an additional stain or send it off for some molecular testing ultimately. They're going to get all of that information back and they're going to have to make a call for that patient. What the right. Diagnosis is in a page world. That slide is not looked at under a microscope. Scanned and the pathologist is looking at a computer monitor and pages gone through those slides and matched each slide. The tissue content in that slide those patterns with a database of known tissue and diagnostics. And that information is made available to the pathologist during the course of their their clinical treatment so that they have this additional information available to them automatically forever case having to go through and take those other steps of consultation and sending cases out in additional testing in staining. They'll have that information at their fingertips so that they can get to that right. Decision faster and more standardized more confidently are slice prepared for a page test as they would be for a traditional test today yes exactly the same way in fact there's no additional Staining no additional preparation that's needed. The only piece of additional equipment is the side scattered south and is the digital. Ai system visually reading an image and is doing so in a way that's unique to the machinery somehow mimicking. What a pathologist is looking for. I think the best way to think about how. Ai works is. It's looking for patterns in data in this case patterns and tissue and so that machine is identifying these patterns matching those against database of of known patterns That have been either diagnosed by other sts or that have been results of additional testing like molecular tests or something like that to really match those patterns and then highlight that information to the pathologist during the course of their their diagnostic process as we think about going forward in that biomarker direction that i mentioned and that case These are patterns at just may not know about may not be aware about may not really be visible to the naked eye and yet the computer is able to sift through thousands ten two thousand hundred thousand millions of images and identify patterns that are signatures for treatment responses or other
"two thousand hundred" Discussed on Software People Stories
"This episode is a conversation between two pm park. Colleagues jamie rock. Gb and shiva grew about a very critical piece in any organization the middle ear. And this cost through jv's experiences of moving through middle management roles. It's personal challenges. Being an executive management and how executive leadership can play a crucial role in enabling its middle layer. Which can then be an effective orchestrator for the whole organization. And enriched people that play those roles debut. Welcome to this people stories again. I should be happy to be part of this software people stories again the third time i think. Yeah yeah at this time. I thought we will take a slightly different approach to organization because one of the things that has been playing at the back of my mind across the engagements in them. That is what may be called a mid career crisis. Okay it becoming we all started as dual contributors envy. Ali grew up. We took more responsibilities. Unle- we as american the middle getting pulled. The bush from other actions playing may be lined. Rolls off may be supporting enabling roles. And in your case you played all of these including executive management for fortunately so if you can shared the journey the how your own transition was for each of these different roles and then probably see how these lessons can be used for others. Okay so maybe probably start with the broad idea what has been. I think that we are. We gonna see far. What what. I've gone through the last forty years in some sense i must say that. I'm very lucky. Because i had the right breaks also to make basically. It's not good with the software development more software people do a lot of design development goading during the first five years. That's that's how the is stocked with our doubles and then subsequently became unisys. The subsequent for the five years was in project management the lead eighty spanish kind of manage probably three or four different products programs feeding a fortified years then the subsequent ten years. I would say somewhere. Between the nineties and two thousands was more to make all his management. I was part of media management in dot up but started ulises bite of media come senior management in some way with november when i joined in ninety nine hundred forty years. Competent rune two thousand hundred. Thousand five actually need executive management development centre india and i was i was in with some of the physicians and communication with a executive management. The us in that sense added exposure to the senior executives. In noel sparked of fatima decision making with the indiana overprint center and then subsequent fifteen years actually being more consulting coaching. but i've had the fortune of glazing autumn earnings from what a product mandate as a manager as an executive manager. All of that has actually been very useful. You could ask in fourteen years. So in that sense. I think that's on aspects of a rules that you typically yearn for in software development environment and also study says on friday see the portfolio also pudding fifteen years. The sevi- us and the next stimulus isn't a product with butter. So also exposed me to product technology. Roadmap lining ho executive management gets gordon or planning and how some will do is get converted with tactical plans executing representing. Yeah those kinds of things so it's been a very interesting happy joining many ways of learning and last has actually been learning from each other because actually provided me with a great environment. Where what you do. We went has actually come to a similar kind of it's ordered different layers of management and the into coaching so the actually employs earnings wanting bottom when it came back and said look ninety five saturday learning based on what the customer worked with an and together and a huge thing and i believe that would be for the last fifteen years in consulting. So it's been a good thing overall. It's been a three career from my one. Yeah wonderful gabi. I'm shirt you have both happy stories and horror stories in all your transitions. You want to share some of those I think i would say in a fast transition. That i actually went through was from being an individual contributor to actually doing project management. Most most people go to this after india at least difficult people go through this after five d eighty dollars. You spend your gideon as an indoor concert for five years at a minimum and sometimes it can go bucaneers so i was lucky that sense I spend about five years in software development design and nine assists those kinds of things then management because a pretty tough transition because on yet been used to actually doing things getting into the car code coding kind of activity and suddenly you are asked with leading a team of people who get things done and oftentimes you stand up overstepping onto their shoes right in terms of what they were doing and it was initially tough. Because there's a tendency to actually go and do things rather than get people to do things a because you you. You saw some people truly so you tend to actually rather than hint them. Go and get things done because you you're had a prisoner of billionaires but what helped me in. This process was three things. One is working emotionally diligence in some way being of my safe and being empathetic with people that i work with kind of sensing war they were going to. Whenever that is actually stepping on to their shoes cranked to help them out. I could sense that somewhat comfortable not comfortable. Some of the children folks who had actually okay with helping them out whereas some of the senior folks probably did not obviously like it so if believed to actually sense this be aware of my war was doing understanding what people expected from me. I think this was a huge learning for me. In fact though. I think i learned a lot. Redux dumbs actually work with a team of people and and get things done during the course of the first big debut did for customers australia customer in australia. I don't think that helped me was because it had gone to the ranks as a as a technical person. Coding zion testing that. Hit me on so because sometimes these days you product actually become a product. Don't necessarily going through the hot grain of actually getting to. But i actually heard onto actually going through that so in that sense. The technical background also helped me because the expected support from me and some of the developers especially new expected mentoring and able to do that and so getting their confidence. You i mean trust in you confidence in you and importantly so these two things being aware of myself being empathetic to people's feelings and expectations sensing that i'm using our technical background to provide commenting and support. I think these were things that helped me. Hugely and my basic nature was such that people could approach me more openly so the approachability the ability to in addition to three things. That i mentioned i think me hugely dealing with the challenges ahead of time here obviously the sexy going role in projects the subsequent where i actually had a larger team. Some of them are very experienced and senior was much easier because the to be usable implementable.
"two thousand hundred" Discussed on Masters in Psychology Podcast
"One is a book. That's can translate into studies and it's looking at how different types of biases including optimism about our romantic partners Support our relationships. And so we're looking yet whether being optimistic about your partner And having very positive views of your partner if that helps relationships long-term Inhospitable state relationships. And then the other bigger projects that we're working on is related to boredom. This was partially inspired by the pandemic related. Shutdowns with trying to figure out what boredom is as an emotional state So what is boredom motivated us to do. What types of behaviors are associated with boredom. And there were also trying to figure out what people do when they're coping well with his sometimes boredom. We respond to it quickly effectively. A other times we get kind of trapped him you might become apathetic disengaged. Were trying to figure out what people with. The coping strategies and approaches are that people are using when they use bourne onto motivate them versus women when boredom causes them to to disengage and become well. It's all at very interesting. I actually came across an article back in april in two thousand hundred twenty. That actually Cited you or. I'm not sure if they actually interviewed you for this but it was. The bbc travel website. And if you remember that. I actually found that whole article interesting And i can share that on the screen as well and i actually found it interesting because It talks about this prisoner of war that actually got involved with We see if. I can find it here.
"two thousand hundred" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"All right. let's start it so you probably saw this. The federal government announced they were going to double the number of pfizer vaccines being sent to states this week when they showed up they didn't this is what everybody's dealing with. So the state of michigan shortfall about fifty thousand vaccines from what they've said which means everybody is having a tough time this week in detroit. We expect to get nine to ten thousand this week. We got six thousand. We can work with six thousand but it is not what we had hoped to try to keep expanding eligibility. That's detroit mayor. Mike duggan outlining the impact on the ground of errors by the federal government. About how many vaccine doses were coming to states in means. The city's plans as we outlined in a previous episode will change based on this new information. And what is that information in. News first reported by the washington post last week it was learned that the federal government had already exhausted. Number of vaccine doses. It had available. When trump administration officials vowed to release more to the states locally it means that michigan metro detroit counties and the city of detroit will get far fewer vaccine doses than planned. The state has a fifty thousand dose shortfall right now wayne and washtenaw counties have already made an announcement and other. Local governments are expected to follow suit in the coming days. This will slow down the rollout even more in response to this news. The state of michigan has released a new tentative timeline about vaccine availability pushing when the general public would be able to get it into august if we remember the federal government had set the goal of twenty million shots in arms by the end of the year. Two thousand hundred twenty. We haven't gotten anywhere near that..
"two thousand hundred" Discussed on The Innovative Leader
"If i'm on a webinar. I screen shot the top of the webinar and listening to and highlight slides. Or if i'm at the store and we're fixing something we're like. Hey do you like this one or this one. We take pictures of it and sunday so when we go through our pictures you instantly are recalibrating. That's when the dishwasher broke and we needed to replace it okay. That's when we. When i was when i first got introduced to this author and it changed the way i do business or whatever it is but it's interesting you just go through your pictures and use that as a way to reflect and then your question is really great is what did we learn. And as you're looking at those highs and your lows go into your question what did i learn. And what do i want to change is nice. Yeah another thing he can do is to go back and look through your calendar. Yeah to go back through and look at your calendar because your your counter will give you a history of what you've done and it will bring back reminders of of those events and you can use that to kind of spur other other thoughts about what you what you've learned what you what you need to tweak in in ideas those kinds of things so your calendar is another good idea to do for sure yet. Good all right sir. Reflecting an assessing is a piece of the process then next we get to setting goals in our mindset. So as we're looking back we also take this opportunity to look forward to anticipate where we wanna go now. I think that it kind of becomes an interesting conversation right now because so many people to me. It's cracking me up. How it's like twenty twenty. Was this like banner year to survive and thank goodness. We have made it to two thousand hundred eighty one and a client of mine. We were joking the other day and she texted and she goes. It's kind of like this. She goes. It's like twenty twenty or twenty twenty one said to twenty twenty here. Hold my beer and watch this. It just was funny because in a way like we've talked about how there's this evolution to the four point. Oh you can't deny whether you think we are in it if we're in that fourth industrial revolution yet We're closer to whether you think we're in it or not every year every month we're getting even closer to it. We're saying yes we're in it and more of it is coming to light into the surface. So i believe when we look at twenty twenty one. It's possible you're going to need to really hold on because it seems to me that an additional amount of change and of turmoil is potential. Because we're in a season of change whether we like that or not and so two thousand. Twenty one isn't just about well. Let's wait until the dust settles. Then we'll set our goals like we talked about in our last podcast but that really were looking at okay. So what is twenty twenty one. Where do i need to go. How do i continue to need to grow to elevate and involve my leadership skills whereas the business going and then setting your goals that way. Non expecting twenty twenty one to be this even keel. You're acting there's going to be a lot of uncertainty of continued elements of twenty twenty and twenty twenty one right. Yeah what do you think about. So as you're yes sorry about that. So yeah i mean you've got you've got a new administration coming in From a political standpoint yeah for the us. Yep in the us You've got a a new senate as senate leadership as well so So there's a you know essentially you've got one party rule at this point In in with with their agenda dislike The republicans had their agenda..
Flashpoint 2 Brings Top CSGO Teams Together this Fall
"Been a while probably too long because we talk. See Us go on the show today was announced the point. What are the two major CBS go competitions is returning for flash point to see. US Go has received more structure in the last two years than ever before really previously, the eastport consisted of major and minor tournaments held around the world with an informal world ranking being the biggest measure of overall success in two thousand, hundred. ESL. Created the Pro Tour in February of Twenty, twenty major sports, voices created flashpoint the goal is to give goes eastward seeing even more structure and they managed to hold the season despite the timing being about as poor as possible with the pandemic taking hold a month or so after the leak was announced and despite those pandemic related changes flashpoint was apparently a success at least enough to justify bringing it back flash boy to begin on October eighth with playing qualifiers the makeup addition we'll start. In, early November the playoffs and finals being held in the first week of December like season one flashpoint to we'll have a total prize of one million dollars with five hundred k. going to the overall winners. See Us go whereas at a tumultuous summer to say the least coaches from many of the top teams were found guilty of exploiting a bug to give their team and unfair advantage. The East Fourth Integrity coalition is still investigating with the attention to release a full report by the. End of October that could potentially pose problems for flashpoint if coaches are organizations are found guilty and they've already qualify for the flashpoint to seize it, it'll be interesting how they end up handling potentially difficult situation. Regardless flash was a good product even if it's only been able to be held online and see us go as a whole has been able to whether share of controversies in the past.
Podcast Movement shifts to a virtual event
"We must take care of each other and protect those who matter most. This means that podcast movement will not take place in twenty twenty. We share this news with a heavy heart, but we know it's the right decision for everyone because we start with an exclusive today due to the ongoing Global Pandemic podcast movement, Twenty Twenty in Dallas. Texas has been canceled to take its place podcast movement. Will today announce what they expect to be? The world's largest ever virtual podcasting event podcast movement virtual over two weeks from October the nineteenth, all registered podcast movement. Twenty twenty attendees should take a look at your email. Your options and Pause Movement twenty twenty one has been confirmed for Aug in Nashville in Tennessee. PROCON succumbing to Amazon music and audible, it's official Lipson has quietly rolled out to distribution option for this service. Amazon is not announcing launch schedule. At this time, the announcement says the content license agreement that you have to sign does say that Amazon will not imbed any advertising in or re host your content. spotify now does video podcasts. The technology only place video when the screens on searching to audio only and using less bandwidth when video isn't required, according to the release, its functionality, which of course will be required for Joe Rogan. When he comes to the platform. In September the open podcast ecosystem also does video podcast supported by podcasts and podcasts among others. spotify implementation however appears to be a bit different and we've asked how it works. Next time you doubt the power of podcasting to make change a wonderful heartwarming story from the upsides that you'll find in our show notes now newsletter today it's a podcast that has created a movement of generosity and kindness. audio boom has announced its first half of two thousand hundred and financial results revenues up twenty percent year on year in spite of the panda make the company posted slightly less loss at one point two million dollars. Some new shows are being delayed though storyboards has launched what it calls, the first ever listening commenting system for private podcasts and internal audio and our podcast hosts pages now dated megaphone gained iab certification in May and we've added pod space a Swedish podcast host, thank you to feed ignites for becoming on latest supporter feed ignite offers production and social media support for podcasts based in the UK, but work everywhere, and we're grateful to them for their support. Focused News American skyjacked the final flight of Martin. McNally launches today. It looks at the story of a man who wanted to hijack a plane and get himself half a million dollars, haven't we? All is part of a partnership between imperative entertainments. PODCAST division had cumulus media's Westwood One. The press release for the plastic surgeon podcast, says the Best Plastic Surgery Podcast of twenty twenty is the plastic surgeon podcast by Dr Jeffords John and whom we to argue and richards famous food podcast gets a glowing review in the Sydney Morning Herald. Each episode can take parks up to six weeks to edit apparently blind me,
Making Nathans Famous
"Decided to even out his it, he's got its July, fourth, two thousand hundred. The Sun is beating down on the corner of Surf. Instill will avenues. We're in Coney Island. New York that legendary playground with its beach and boardwalk in my favorite, the cyclone, this huge wooden roller coaster, thousands of people are packed together is locked on a bright blue stage from five four three. We are off for the one hundred. Of the Nathan's famous hotdog, eating contest Joey Chestnut Amanda Pete. If you follow the world of competitive or at least the annual hotdog eating contest, you probably know the name Joey Chestnut. Athlete Nans. Legend he's dominated the scene for more than ten years. Just take it from the reporters at ESPN has changed the game because of his dedication physically. Chest. Taken up. In Our What's? Flow is much more. This is what chestnut does for a living. He trains for this. He's made hundreds of thousands of dollars stuffing his face with food. Chicken Wings shrimp cocktail, glazed donuts and this year. It looks like it's paying off joey chest. With seventy seconds left and sixty five hotdogs and buns. No starts Jordan right now. He's the go go. The people are starting to call other great. The like Michael. Jordan is Joey Basketball Brady Joey of football after ten minutes of intense gut busting competition. It's no surprise who wins. It's A. Dozen Twelve at night. Thanks for the twelfth time, Chestnut will take home. The Grand Prize from Nathan's famous hot dog, eating contest, the mustard belt, and on the fourth of July. What could be more all American than the hotdog? From business insider? This is brought to you by. Brand, given crush brands stories you. Don't I'm Charlie grooming? McDonalds! People Fire Up. Do Brill's for Classic Summer Barbecue. We take a look inside that most mysterious of meets the hotdog. What's inside is the stuff of legend, but when it comes to one in particular, the one sold at Nathan's famous, it's got a lot to do with America underdogs and huckster international rivalries and good old fashioned American dreams the good, the bad and the ugly of this country stuff through me grinder organs and all. Today producer Julia press checks out the hot dog stand and the country that she did. Stay with us. Each fourth of July, as fireworks light up the night sky, red, white and blue flags fly overhead Americans scarf down hotdogs, one hundred and fifty million of them to be exact. That's if you take the national hot dog and Sausage Council at its word, but like most American traditions. In fact like America itself, the hot dog is what it is because of immigrants, and it really made its name. Thanks to one man in particular. Here's producer Julia Press. Nathan's famous hot dogs was started by one Guy Nathan hand worker. He's not alive anymore, so I spoke to his grandson. My grandfather had no schooling whatsoever. You didn't spend one day in his life. In a school Lloyd hand worker has made a documentary and a book about Nathan's famous and the story of the guy who started. Mazen, hand worker was. Extremely poor immigrant from Poland who lived the American dream? He was one of thirteen kids. They were extremely poor. To add. When he was growing up. Only you know how to add two plus two Nathan. Story is about as classic as they come as a kid back in Poland. He'd worked in a bakery for a couple of years and he'd learned that food service jobs were pretty smart. Move if you didn't WANNA. Go hungry so when he arrived in New York in nineteen twelve. Is this right and nineteen year old? He Got A. A job as a dishwasher at a restaurant in the city called Max's busy, he learn English and maxes by repeating what the customer said, basically just hearing what they said, and just trying to repeat it without even knowing what it meant soon, he started working weekends as a role slicer at a place called Feldman's this enormous restaurant on the coney island boardwalk, even back then coney island was the sort of urban escape. For the cost of just a subway ride, immigrants could get away from the tenements of the industrializing city and find themselves at a beach, an amusement parks. Many of them set up small businesses. They're hoping to make it big. Dog Is an immigrant foot, right? Immigrants sold lamb grits. Bruce Crag is an emeritus Professor at Roosevelt University who specializes in food history in particular, the history of the Hotdog, the earliest written evidence we have for his from New York Cody.
Are You Blocking Your Happiness?
"My my my my my my my, it is Monday. Weekends on time to get. Are you opened up again? Is Your life settling. It may or may not be. I knew just one thing. If you got out of bed this morning. You have an obligation. It's bad. Give you too darn right privileged. To get out there and make the best of it today for yourself or others. Whatever have you get to make that choice to? But regardless? You could go do it no matter what gets in your way, and that's why we've been doing the daily news for so long since two thousand hundred. Thirty seven million plus download later. The mission is still the same. I don't care the minute you figure out that you WANNA do this. Ask something POPs in your head like this is where I wanna go. I'm ready. Let's do this thing. I just understand that you know if not today, if not tomorrow maybe next week, you're going to say what happened. What stopped me? We'll Mike buoyed by motivation Gar why that guy stopped me my tracks, or why does my wife say I can't do? Do it or why can't I get the raise or whatever it is? I just know it's going to happen. You'RE GONNA get blocked and get to find your way around it. That's that's part of living right people in this world. We gotta work things out together so I am here to help you do that today and we're GonNa work on some happiness today now. This is a little bit of a different twist on happiness. And that's kind of the world. I've been living in these I watched the news like you do I pay attention I have thoughts, feelings emotions, I I. Know Stan and a look at the world and I said well let me interpret this and see what I can do to get myself to to make it. And better difference in the world, and to help others along the way so that today for you as well my is Scott Smith I'm the founder and the chief motivating officer here at motivation to move dot. com. Happy. You're here today coming up this week after I made a mistake last week until so I'm not even go away. Just messed it up. And in China, anybody I told people were going to do a call, and then we didn't flip the switch and things in heaven. I'm sorry about that. It will happen this week in Operation Reinvention coaching. Call a chance to join up with me. Enjoy on a zoom call I. Think we'll do to Tuesday and Thursday. Emails right this time sauce, send the email on Monday probably in the afternoon. You'll get it and then you can come to us for call this week. You know over the years I have said having a consistent routine is the easiest way to get what you want, a figure out what works and go do it right pretty simple, but lately are routines. Have you noticed they've been changing? Lots of people are using the time that we've had in the past couples to learn something new and one of my favorite ways talked about four is the APP called Bleakest Blake is unique and powerful. 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Because by that time I had six months of being maybe in the wrong direction I had to turn it around so I started asking questions on a Monday. Have you done your homework? What's going good in your life? What's in your life? Which should stay? What should go worship FOCUS BE? What's the one thing you can do to make your life better? It's simple stuff. If you take some time just when you get done with this program today, just check in with yourself to a couple minutes. That's all you could use CRAYOLA or chocolate a sidewalk I don't care. Check in. And you'll find that over time. You won't have to check into often almost automatic for you
Kim Kardashian's BFF Shuts Down Rumors She Pulled A Jordyn Woods With Kris Humphries
"Hilton posted an article that said Coachella two thousand hundred Kris Humphries in Larssen Pippen's spotted getting friendly and playful VIP party. And the caption is largely have been is one of Kim Kardashian best friends to even other Jordan would situation on our hands. Does this breaker code, obviously, referencing the fact that Chris and Kim we're married all of which I seventy two days, but still and Laura comments the conversation lasted all three minutes. He told me he's Scotty since he was fourteen that he loves him. And I said so did I Scott as her husband to me? It was just like the what what are you gonna say? No, I want you to the reason that I liked this one is because Larsen. Can sometimes be like shady, I guess, and this was like not shady she would just straight out explaining the facts of what happened immediately doubt. Like shutting down. Am. I the only one that's out that the Scotty commentary at the end was more interesting because I from what I know they're separated right now one I do think that was interesting in to I didn't like the fact that this is framed of like to even other Jordan was at our hands like what no it was incredibly stupid and also like. I think honestly if law so wanted to sleep with Kris Humphries, Kim would be like, listen, that's your choice. I'm going to advise you not to do whatever. The fuck. You would be like be my fucking guest on you want to put yourself through that not just as you know, they did not have a good marriage. And Chris that is one person that like the credentialing speak pretty highly of most people in terms of like people they were previously involved with they don't speak highly of Chris. Yeah. I think there I think that. The reason that they speak so unfavourably about him isn't isn't even as much of the marriage. It was just like the aftermath of it in the way, he acted. But I think he's he's cleaned up a little bit recently because he had that player's Tribune article where he was like he was like the the marriage was real. I just want to clarify that despite comments I made it in the past like the marriage was a hundred percent. I don't know totally. It was just I was happy to see Larson kind of comeback at
ECB pushes out rate hike and offers new loans to banks
"The debate absent a new series of targeted. Long-term loans will be called tau truck three. Let's the why. Did. Whatever. Simple the banks as they are everywhere. But particularly in European credit pro-cyclical when you get a slow down they pull back on lending cap the lending picks. They haven't cleared their problems the warriors in Europe. When you get a mild, slowdown, all whatever you think. This slowdown is in Europe to the banks will ultimately pulled back, and it will pull back even more. So because these rounds of cheap funding to mature the previous rounds, and therefore the wants to get ahead of that. I would consider this a preemptive measure stimulative mesh, which is ultimately the problem the right guidance. Maybe you consider that to be stimulative. They have moved the right guidance out saying they won't hike rates essentially at any point through two thousand nineteen saying they will keep rates on hold at least three twenty nine thousand nine previously. The right guidance was through the summer of two thousand hundred I would also say that's marginal. I'd say this is largely reflected in your dollar right now down a couple of ten to one twelfth eighty six. I understand. There's a volatility here. You can optimistically say euro is range-bound backdrop Tober, but the fact. The two thousand nine hundred vector for Europe ain't so hot. So twenty nine minutes time we to get the forecast from the president will deliver them for growth forecasts. But we're going to get a justification. It's going to be to see how much those forecasts were downgraded by and how much optimism the president has
Federal Reserve, Bloomberg And Bloomberg World discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"Arizona state Appalachian state delivered a forty five thirteen trouncing of middle Tennessee in the New Orleans bowl and Georgia Southern edged eastern Michigan twenty three twenty one in the chameleon. I'm Barbara Kusak. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters as UK Prime Minister Theresa may prepares to face lawmakers in parliament tomorrow her team is pushing back on claims that cabinet ministers have been working on the possibility of a second referendum on leaving the European Union. A Brexit do over maze education secretary and chief of staff denied there are preparations for a second Brexit referendum. A are denying published reports newspapers that one could be in the works bond. Traders are all but certain the Federal Reserve will tighten policy this week this centers on officials latest forecasts for interest rates and the economy and whether to and ten year yields will invert following the inversion earlier in the month of three and five year yields the ten year note last quoted at yield of two point eight nine percent. The two year yield last quoted at two point seven three percent. Economists say the Federal Reserve could shift gears in two thousand hundred after raising interest rates next week more from blue. Bloomberg's Vinny Del Judas. The fed is titan three times since the start of the year and another quarter point hike is expected Wednesday. Looking further ahead. A Bloomberg survey of economists says the fed will make just two moves next year amid forecasts for slower economic growth depending on March and September Vinny Del Giudice, Bloomberg radio. On the economic calendar this week along with the Fed's decision on interest rates. We get reads on housing starts. Existing home sales, durable goods orders and personal income and spending. Several companies will report earnings this week among them that ex general mills and Nike.
Motorola, Intel and Iowa discussed on The Vergecast
"Yeah i i don't know what direction they're going with the ipad like it it was the it was the bare minimum they did the minimum possible amount of work and it almost feels like they didn't put in a smart connector just because they wanted to keep differentiating the ipad pro we're all soon the ipad pro is going to be upgraded later this year and they're going to pull it the home button and put face ad on it so that seems silly i don't know i have no idea what's going on like the i pat it just like they just put out another one because they wanted all the ipads to support the apple pencil except the ipad mini in which still exists that's as near as i can tell the the question for the mac is like we're assuming it's going to be an arm based processor but that's actually going to be pretty hard they went through one processor transition already back in the misty myths of time from the you know whatever it was the motorola based stuff to intel i feel like the transition from intel to arm on the mac in two thousand hundred twenty twenty is going to be a little bit rocky for existing mac apps i think that they're it it's just going to end up being like a harder shift this make well they'll be an emulation mode but it'll be really really bad and everyone is just going to port over there iowa's apps to some sort of mac style interface i don't see any other way to do it and because it's not like the there's a great like the mac app store is not a not a good not a good place to hang out i'll say but like mac apps are still good but there's so many more electron apps that's like we're all the excitement is and there's lots of reasons electron apps are bad and yeah i don't know how they pull this transition off as smoothly as i did with the transition until i think the transition would be easier than it was to intel you think so because the compilers have gotten so much better at at being able to target because any code that you're writing and c or c plus plus you wanted to run on arm and you want it to be able to.