26 Burst results for "UPN"
How to Optimize Workspace Organization and Gain Productivity with Kathi Burns
"Don't think anyone would deny that having an organized work space helps their productivity and decrease stress. Especially when you have a lot going on it's nice to be able to just put your finger on it bingo but in your experience why is it so hard to get organized and then stay organized if it's so obvious. Why don't we want more of us do it. Well i think that oftentimes we have too much muck spe- Thank you for the good for my title by the way You know everybody has muck and sometimes when you have too much of it. You can't even see your make clear to knowing where to begin. And that's the main thing that i find with clients says they don't know where to start. They know they need to be productive. They need they know they need to put systems together but they're looking around themselves and they're going. Oh no idea where to even begin knowing where to start. I think is step one. Well that's great. So where is step one. Where do you start. You know. I can just see. There's piles of papers or stuff and if someone likes like you and i'm not necessarily picking on you but if someone comes in with with all good intentions to help get organized says well. What about this. And you're like no. I like that pile just where it is. I mean how you overcome that. Well you know. We i always start with the in goal. You know why. Why does the client want to work with me. Why did they feel the need to call the begin with what is it. That is their biggest pain point and once. I know that i can begin. To kind of edgy. around The service of their desk or the emails in their inbox. I kinda see your up. What's the biggest pain point and we start there so you know a great place to start no matter what is to clear off your desk because a messy desk. You can't tell what's going on and you become overwhelmed just even sitting down at your desk My rule of thumb is that sixty percent of your desk surface open for business. So i always say if you had sixty percent free and clear you'll have the ability to think more clearly about what you need to do for that day so i always start on the surface and some people are very married to their piles you know. I will admit that some people like don't judge that pile cycle. Let's at least move it a little bit away From the surface. Perhaps we you know. Start start slow and do a side table with paper pile in these accurately that they are used to having them but at least having the death. Surface open for businesses is step one always well. That's really interesting because instead of sixty percent clear i have to admit i'm guilty of maybe six percent missing zero there but you. You mentioned something there a second ago. I'd like to follow up on e mail. Inboxes they have a way. Exploding and in a very unstructured way. A what systems can we put in place with respect to electronic documents including our email. What do you. What advice do you have on that. Yeah i'll talk about systems in a minute. But what i wanted to remind me if i forget but sometimes i go up but what you have to realize number one is it your email any email you receive is something that wants you to do something so if you go into your inbox you're going into reaction mode. You are not going into proactive mode. You're going in to see who wants to do. What do they want you to respond to. They want you to quickly. They want you to forward. What are they want. Do you whatever so you have to realize for starters at any time you hit your inbox. There's gonna be a bunch of people screaming at you to do something and take some type of action. So for starters is always good to only check your inbox. A couple of times a day at predetermined times and actually you know. Upn beginnings actually set a timer. And don't stay in any longer than thirty forty five minutes at the most because what happens is if you you will get absorbed. You'll get sucked right into your in box and you'll be out in la la land clicking on links trying to project that wasn't even on your dinner for the day to make someone happy or so on and so forth so the number one system is to figure out when you're going to check your inbox and stick to it. You know. maybe you're gonna check. Your inbox is always say good. Thing is right before lunch. And right before you finish the day right before lunch because you know you wanna eat and you don't wanna eat at your inbox so you'll be a little bit better prompted to get out of there and right before the end of the day because you're over your over work and even though we're all working from home you know setting up specific. Starting in times of your day is really critical and break time. Who's well you know. Eating at your desk is is not necessarily good. And i know that a lot of us set hours and not eating doubts is really super important getting up and moving as well so so have a set time. You're going to check your inbox if you have to have a timer. I always say start with a timer. Start with a thirty minute timer. There's gonna being you in the airball until you to get out of your inbox So those are two really important things to do as far as systems. But i think really the most important thing is realizing that when you get in there it's reacted. You're not doing anything for yourself. Necessarily you're going to be called the do actions for other people that want you to do something for them. Does that make sense. Oh yeah that makes a lotta sense and you know. It's amazing how rude people can be in terms of call to action. I actually got one email yesterday where somebody said. Have you looked at this attachment yet. It's like hello you just sent it to me. Let me just drop everything now. You want me to look at your attachment and it was a pitch so it was It was a bit. Yeah yeah so that that got that got filed but let's talk about filing and organizing our emails because they come in such an unstructured way and like you said it's one thing how much time we devote to them. Which is some great advice you know. Let's limit it and let's not just in terms of the amount of time but when we commit the time so that it doesn't break our workflow as much so that's really good but we don't always just answer an email and then delete it a lotta times. We keep them and that box just kind of blows up after a while even the emails. We've read right so whether it's an email or another type of electronic document which email is what are some good ways to organize well when it comes to email. I recommend that all of my clients read their emails within g mail. On the big genome proponent. There's a bunch of reasons for those. And i have you know you can have all your email. Address is going into your dms account so you can have your web addresses or whatever but what that does is g mail automatically organizes for you and so it puts it into four different buckets. You know whether it could be Can't remember the name was like you know the your inbox. there's updates there's offers so on and so forth so it will automatically do that for you. So that helps. Because actually when i go into my g mail Go right into The number one thing which is my inbox. And see what's going on. And then i will go into Dates and i can literally skin them. Pick them all up ping them all and then Delete 'em
Chelsea remain unbeaten under Tuchel with big win over Everton
"Frank leboeuf and don hutchison with us. Reflect on chelsea's two nil victory over everton and stevie. I feel drawn to you. As one of thomas calls biggest critics. Surely now you get credit. And i don't understand this biggest critic. I'm just telling you the things that he's doing. Franklin paul was doing as well no to this game against them. There's no question they would a class above today. You know the to move the ball from the back to the medal to the front as fantastic right. Frank lampard teams will do that. The difference between this team and franks team is not given up goals. So now is a different. That's a big difference as a difference. But but the the two as is a frank was the manager of any of the team and the premier league. It wouldn't go side that's came to my argument because this chelsea would've league because they had a great defensive unit and how horrible patch yes denied up. No the going back to what we do. Best and far five scoring goals. The last name premier league games frontline. Bob was in charleston twelve goals. Guess war nine games friendly. The name games. The tickles beating child's guess. What twelve goals. In exactly the same as that is why i'm arguing. For frank lampard rushing tickled to buy goods. I'm just telling the goes against the eleven games. Defeats is the big caveat. Your argument the percent. Yeah tom without. Don't what do you think you agree. We'll stevie saying do not only thing i would say honest is. I was trying to be law towards franklin a good friend of mine and the job that don't watch chelsea and frank author vulnerable resolve torch. I wasn't sure what results that are going to get. They will fifty fifty game. Sometimes the majority of them went with him in someone against him. Breath sites almost took come in an extremely well. No eleven games in nine clean sheets. Dot is impressive. I thought that was that best performance against have that looked shop. Kyw hubbard's look fit a potentially cut out a couple of goals won't choke off for handball. Chalked off that it was an own goal but think this has been a change. I think in the mental illness to chelsea blows frank. Upn a big critic of since he made that big move from germany was this his best game in chelsea shirt today. Yes definitely i mean. It's an encouraging performance. Even if i think he can do much better. Because i him playing for liver kuzin last season i better than even today. So of course. I'm expecting a lot from a talented player and not because of the price that he's been paid he's been transferred you just because of the quality that he showed when he was being in the german league. I'm sure we can do much better. But he's on the way back to his best. And i wish him the best minnow. We don't have many things to say about that. Game jussie deserve to win. I think everton was really poor. Didn't show much during that game. He did what they knew. What to do emits defending well as as tv said and two goals and that's it and they are full five tennessee's bias especially to move to to school another goal but don't forget that we are waiting in the corner four chelsea by game that they had atletico and some of the games liverpool everton and the they won all those games so doing great on nothing much to say is not very entertaining but do the
Liverpool Irish Centre: Heritage and Hopes for "Dublin's Twin City"
"Muslim was probably she wasn't she wasn't there right from the start. But she started going in the late sixties so it was always sort of out of our lives and mainly bothering me system. He says was a dunster and then we would go to functions and masses and see bonds. And that's the thing an and the tire center involved because my daughter start at dunston She's just left the house. She's now nearly says he and she's got her own kid who i'm sure he's already listening to music. He's eight weeks also show going soon So it's a generational thing really you either get. It was such a good good thing to get into. And i think really being sort of own obsessed with ireland since it was a teenager eighty music history literature going to the place of gotten out through the eyes center. Many great people see many great musical under the types of entertainment. And it's been a real privilege to be involved in a place. Sometimes i was your first memory of it actually. My first memory is a downside. I went to one dancing lesson. There was a lady called maureen bolger on the school system. I think it was already dancing. Will expose along and she made me go into the line to learn a step and got sold off appointing. I left instead of my right foot. And i ran back to me. Mom probably in tears and never went moscow. Vivid memory And i i still can't dance. Say me life. And i can't even want to three. Let's play a bit up. Join many sessions and that sort of thing but contents vivid memory. You're not just at the center of of my early days of about six or seven so that would have been in the old centre circa nineteen seventy. It was great. It was a great place but this is a great place. You've got now is a great place. In a very different way in different location. I was still doing all the things that went on. The center really wanted to exceptions during some different things. so you know lifers evolved. It's changed not ended. The call replaces is walking in and seeing tommy welsh and speaking an having shots on a saturday more. Tell me both from whom. I learned a loss and who was really the man who founded the first artist center. What are your first memories and i. I didn't go to the old irish center. And i've always found to islands but i never went to the old irish center because my parents didn't i stumbled across it one day and a half the children with me and they all got involved face away. They looked at so amdo amuse can johnson. The boys play football in a and just reopen there than really matt loads of the families. And how did you get involved with the committee. And i think it's just from cleaning up the place tidy around and do stuff and volunteered for things and obviously the storm for the committee. Not that. I have to ask a upn with the ball. What for five years. Now yes outsource lesson. Three four years. Ago where i can have you shifts to become the baugh on the angeles. Sony was was the manager at the time. And then i was says the system for -able twelve to eighteen months and then he laughs about a year ago and then being jonah trying to keep things as long as possible and had you been a regular at the center before that sensor will me momentos mass in the old or santa on the only grandparents in great sunk. is used to go to amend we. Let me grounds outs deitz He was you can decide a sensor on his friends. Used to call me. Evans still to this day is friends. On friends of megrahi's goals That's why that's why. I really saw something that has gone on through the generations. Patrick was saying something that throw families who've been going since nineteen sixty four sixty five. There are people who are sort of like synonymous with the place as good friends of ours like coachella england. Who was on their first committee back in one thousand sixty five. He's still going. So there's plenty of people who are trivia originals and you see the families going back generations with the singing of the johnson the music people like Lachlan's the quinlan's best to go and they probably original members still think that it's a place where you can walk in fact home just on a one off basis and people tend to come by so there's people i see in the bar who don't know and then suddenly they find that they're going we can and cannot do at the irish community it just like being in the place you know as a very welcoming you know relaxed laid back place and there's always something going on even if it's not formal echo and on this usually people making their own entertainment so there are families that are like you know is like almost a dynasty. But there's also a lot of people who are we just finding the place and that's what we gotta do to make it. Sustainable gotta keep bringing in new people. You know
"upn" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support
"They had to get permission to sell the house. And then after that the court still got twenty percents lord. I'm glad my parents had a trust because it was. We had copies. We had a copy on cd. Yes ma'am and that made life easier and because my husband prior to being in real estate was in banking when it was apparent that my dad had literally we showed up one day and he thought it was nineteen ninety eight this was in two thousand sixteen so it was a definite holy crap moment my husband having dealt with people who are going through similar type of crisis when he was in banking knew exactly what to do about financing paying for things. The house was paid for but they're still expenses and so he called my parents. Financial planner also was a rotarian and said. Hey here's what's going on. And so they worked together now. That probably wasn't one hundred percent kosher but because the guy was a family friend of my parents knew us you know he knew it wasn't shenanigans on part it did upset my sister. My sister to this day thinks my husband did something illegal like my husband made sure that the bills got paid. There's one less stress for you and i. We were bouncing my poor mom in the dang dog fat dog around between their house and my sister's house and my house. It was not fun for a month thirty two days. My dad was in the hospital. So you know it just trust me. Make sure people know how to access things and the one thing that was freely super frustrating. We went to the. At and t. store. My dad was a retiree of. At and t. To cancel his well we had. I called to cancel his iphone. And i said you know i told him who i was. My father was deceased death certificate if they need that to be sent to them. Because you know you don't wanna just call up and say hey i'm roses cousin. She died. cancel her phone. Now might be a little too simple. And they're like oh. We're sorry to hear that. Can you give us his pin. No i cannot. Oh you can't ask him. No i just told you he was dead. Oh i'm sorry. I had to tell people over and over again. He's dead he's dead. He's dead he's dead. We finally went to the store in and how he was like an hour and a half to get this stupid phone shut off. Like here's the death certificate. Can you knew that was so. That's the next thing in your pop of attorney. You need to have all your passwords. Upn's.
"upn" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast
"That's cloud it, C., l., O. U. D. it all one word at checkout, sperry software work in email, not on email. So in other news. Should we talk about cloud news? Yeah, we just turn to the rambling guys podcast. No, there's been a bunch of fun stuff with Azure. Ad There has been so this was one. I think it came out yesterday, so it came out Monday. July thirteen because I saw right before I crawled in bed last night in this one. Is that using some power shell? Now you can go in and enable user friendly sign into Azure ad with email as an alternate log into an. Other are as an alternate logan ID. Which is normally your UPN so. This is interesting because I. Still Talk to clients that just assume they're always using their email because they don't realize emailing, UPN are. Ninety nine percent of the time, the exact same office three sixty five. But in reality. You're UPN in your email. Do not have to match up one for one in Microsoft. Just I would say they kind of encourage you to keep the same, because it does tend to lead to less confusion for people when you're UPN injury email address are the same thing true story so now with this one. You don't have to do that. which can come in Handy? Especially when it comes to. Some of those cases where you have trusted domains because I was thinking through this last night, and making sure that it all made sense in my head is a lot of times you may have two different domains you have. Well two different domains, you can't have the same UPN suffix and the two different domains. So people run into problems because you can only have. Because of how as a decent quirks, you can only put it on one server. You have to trust your. Users up and then they end up with different UPN are different email addresses now you couldn't theory sink two different domains with two different. UPN's set the same email address for all the users and let them use that single email address as their logging ide- instead of having separate UPN's from separate domains. I think through all that properly up still confuses why you'd want to. You'd be losing the ability for per user resolution like if every user had the same email address and you turn this on. What user would it resolve to again so not the sorry I probably phrased that wrong. Not the same user, but users from two different domains with two different up ends are having the same email domain. So think you're yet again. Is User one at company A and then you? You have user be at company to, but they could both have user one at parent company. Dot Com, and use their parent company DOT COM is their email address now use that to law again, even though their primary suffixes fixes different correct, and it should still resolve back so I haven't turned this on yet, but it looks like what it's using is any addresses that resolve in the proxy addresses attribute. So as long as you've got that in there, you'd be kind of cleared and ready to go, so it certainly helps out situations like that I've worked with a number of organizations where sign nineties do not equate to email addresses in any way shape or form like every law firm I've worked for almost ninety nine percent of the time. My Log in for active directory was just employee ID lots of like financial institutions were that way, so you'd be a number to log into your computer, and then you have your email address, and all the other things on the other side, which led to all those customization of like you, said, swapping in email, address and sending it up. Up as the UPN attribute through eighty connect and weirdness ensues because users have different logging names and everything else so effectively with this you can still keep your UPN. Your users still resolve to their UPN, but theoretically anything. That's a match within a proxy addresses attribute should go ahead and get them through, but certainly you wouldn't want to end up in that situation. Where multiple users have the same email address in proxy addresses because I don't know how it would resolve. Yes, that's the first one win is a random one win. That could be little weird. Yes, I misspoke there when I was talking about user so the same email addresses images just users of the domain I. Totally, get where you're going. You're still going to have some weird user behavior I think with this one because you're logging in with the email address, and and you're effectively what you're doing is you're using that address for a homeroom discovery, and then relying on things like sinked passwords. AZURE AD to go ahead and pick things up, so this isn't gonNA. Work IF YOU HAVE ATF as You well. You'd still be redirected through homeroom, discovery or hd to your idiot server, but then in fast you're going to have to use your real logging and password. This is you sink your passwords, and do Password Hash synchronization and all that stuff tarry D, and you're relying on kind of that as a log in mechanism, and then once you've logged in with your email address. You're still resolving your UPN. UPN So you know if you log in with bender staging, but you're be staging. Is Your actual your actual username? That's still what's going to show up inside of the sweep bar and things like that. When you go to your profile. Yes, it does look like you were saying it can be any proxy address, so it's not just your primary SMTP, but in theory if I had to. Be Studying UPN and I had an email address that was ben surging and Ben and be edge, and all of those I couldn't theory use any of those email addresses interior elegant, but you're. I'm not turned the sound and tried it yet. I should definitely do that. Why wouldn't I want to try something that just came out and preview on my primary tenant. Thought that's your primary tenant was therefore it is, you should see the fun. I have with my primary tenant. Because of all the different preview features that are lit up in, it can be somewhat unpredictable at times, but yeah I like this..
"Hello everybody happy while wherever you are on this glorious year revision we can came under your Eurovision Song contest fan you. I think you're even begin to it this year. Weren't you in in Rotterdam so? Have you been coping without the prospect of any sort of live dies than well getting Easter? Now Joel tennis being canceled Irvine being cancelled. Yeah I had tickets for the first time and it's law it was council but hopefully out next year and we had celebration on on the TV last night and had some Swedish food and some cocktails to kind of raise a bit of a glass to what what never happened. But but yeah I think I think you were watching us. Well Joe. You're right yes I was. I catch Lubbock came. I'm going to hold my hand up here. Johnny Logan he comes on the TV and have no idea who he is by turns out. He's he's pretty much the go of of the on contests Mariah a bit. Like the Federa of of your vision life. If you don't tennis you you at least know the name federal. Maybe Johnny Logan could could be a bit like that but yeah. I was quite surprised. You shouldn't you've never heard of him. He's one well three times twice as a singer songwriter. Say He is the kind of the winningest person in in your vision. I guess you could say but yeah maybe actually we can do a European podcast as well. But let's let's go to tennis because we're going to be looking at the Italian. Upn and top eight movements. The happened in rave the last few decades. And perhaps I should lead on this one job because I'm going start with a moment featuring the man himself rapper. One of surprise well yes and listeners. And said he'd rougher bear with us because we all see you're not the end of the alternative Casey's season I mean let's be honest because light Madrid. Rome is Dallas. Hi I think he's one like what nine titles zero something ludicrously say is as as hardly a surprise to kind of see him featured this list say yes came. More is was the first moment. We're WE'RE GONNA be reliving. Well I thought we have liquor two thousand five. Which was you know I play horses and really where he takes. The kind of took it by storm. He won the first time. Yeah his first of nine titles. I think back in five and so he came up against Korea. Who at the time I guess was probably the most to stop ish claycourter of over air or at least one of them very face competitor for sure but the final was another five-set Masters Final five-set thriller? It was over five hours long. Which if you think about now if they were doing that consistently Austin Final Monte Carlo Madrid. That would just be insane. I mean I actually am believe that they used to do this to be called with the but yeah it was. It was a real ding. Dong to one of the better word. Joe Six four three six six three full six and then rougher one at seven six on a law set tiebreak but think about this much. Rougher was a double breakdown and fifth say. Who's three lockdown Sakaria? Really could've gone on us up momentum going away and one but I think really is kind of weakest point throughout his whole career was was his mental strength and he kind of collapsed that combined with with. Rafa you know. Obviously he's attitude his diehard shoot. Never giving up. He was on like a sixteen match winning streak at this point and say obviously he. He had a lot of belief in his game. And but I think Korea would be very devastated after this loss at I think. Actually in his post-match she interceded say this was one of the hardest defeats of his career. I think it was interesting to is. I think Korea probably getting into this matching gains clay season. Yeah he's probably thinking. I'm beatable on clay call. There is no one else out there better than me and who comes along on the Dow eighteen year old teenage eh relatively unheard of and I think this match proved that even when Korea was playing his absolutely best tennis possible. That was someone else out there better than him and I think he was kind of disheartened by that and I think this much great show us. You said mentally he you know he wasn't as strong as some of his other competitors or I think when you're three love up Double in the fifth set us really should be closing that match out and he wasn't able to do that. I think that's one of the things we might associate with a player who you know as brilliant as he is in Korea kind of on the mental side of things. I don't think you could put him up there with the greats and I kind of look at this match. I look at the two thousand four French Open final as well where he Gaston Gaudio. In the final game was five sets but again crucially he was two sets up. He was six love. Six three up was unable to close out the the match. And you know he's probably one of these as you put in the category of greatest players never have one. Ud wonder if if he hit if he had won if he had won this final in in Rome beaten Dow that would have given him the confidence indicate and reinforce that belief that he was and he was at the time the best the best clay court player in the world. I think obviously that loss against scout and then going into this match against Rafeh just his. His mental side of things just wasn't subscription. A Rafeh had beaten him in the Monte Carlo. Final just a couple of weeks before this so again he knew he was up against and he kind of let it. Let it slip away to be honest with you and Yeah so I just thought you know. Obviously this was this was a great match and it was symbolic because again you have this is like the birth of of Raffarin. His kind of play. Call dominance in this. Totally kind of pulsing off of his. You know the best steak or two at the time we had people like Carlos Moya one Ferrara Cowdrey. Kara in a sort of all very good establish trae which just as soon as Raff kind of started working his magic. He'd I guess it kind of became almost impossible. Perhaps to argue against for being the best. Geico
"upn" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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Stop Missing Your Life; Discover Mindfulness With Cory Muscara
"Hey Corey are you in mindfulness infamous mode. I it's great to be here birth. You're putting me in my fullness mode and. I don't think it takes me to put you in mindfulness mode. But it's it's a it's a great honor to have you here on the show Corey so let's get started with. What does mindfulness being to an expert like you? Yeah a good question. It's an interesting one these days with mindfulness growing in the way that it has because historically mindfulness this was just one piece of a larger philosophical framework within different contemporary traditions and particularly spoke to a certain quality have discerning awareness that we could bring to our experience. But now the way it's used it's more referring to like a way of living a way of life so I'll give you both perspectives when it comes to like that basic awareness. The way I like to describe it as the practice of being with our experience rather than in our experience in a way that spacious curious and heartfelt compared to some of the the traditional definitions of mindfulness. You'll notice some distinctions there. The first is that I don't use the word non judgement which is the common in almost any definition of mindfulness. The reason being is I like to replace replace it with curiosity. And it's not because I don't think non judgement is important in mindfulness. I just think curiosity actually accomplishes the same thing. When we embody a moment of curiosity it's already imbued with non judgment? Curiosity just has the intention to understand an experience to get get to know it better and why like curiosity over non judgement is that it's a little more active. It's pulling us into the experience and and that was a big piece of mind training in Asia Woodside UPN data. He was very much about having US investigate the nature nature of experience whether it was the breath of thought emotion. Hanes sensation was very active and he was Although we didn't use the word curiosity too much which the word investigate was used a lot and curiosity from a pulses in to investigate the experience at the same time accomplishing that non-judgmental it's a quality and I think in general when we hear non judgement it even though people like John. Capitan don't mean it. This way it does often set up a precedent or communicate something to a new practitioner that they shouldn't have any judgments at all. And that's not the case we get to bring an interest a curiosity to the judgmental. Mind the way Corey I want to dig into this a little bit more when you say about non judgement. Of course we all hear that all the time you know. You shouldn't be judgmental but it. It seems like a natural human trait that we judge ourselves. We judge others. So you're saying are you that as soon as we notice this ourselves judging something or someone we should immediately look at it as being curious. Is that kind of where we're going with this. Yeah and and end for anyone listening right now you could try just taking that perspective on like imagine your mind getting caught up in judgment of like. I don't really like that person or or like right. Or why did I say that thing that person before like I'm such an idiot right. If we take the approach of bike being non-judgmental can create an antagonised relationship to ourselves selves. Like okay. Stop doing that. You're supposed to be mindful. You're supposed to be a good meditators right versus like. Oh that's interesting. What's that about like? Where's that thought coming from? What is it creating in my body so the curiosity it's already bringing non judgement to the experience and it's a little lighter and playful it is playful and it kind of is like? Oh it's okay to be curious right it's okay to be curious and asked that question whereas when someone says you should be non judgmental. It's almost like I just have have to replace it with nothing. I just have to stop doing that and if I stop doing that. There's a void. They're totally well. Put Great Summary of it. Yeah if we were to focus on anything when it comes to the essence of mindfulness if people could just develop more curiosity toward all aspects of their experience that that would take you so deep into the practice if not become the practice itself right because mindfulness should be playful. Shouldn't yeah yeah in the more we can make it playful and fun the banner it is and the easier it is to adopted into our life right. Yes that's my whole thing just trying to reduce the perceived accessibility of it right. Yeah more fun an enjoyable and playful. It could be the better and I don't think it takes away from any of the integrity of the practice. Yes if I agree with you and speaking of life. I love how you've entitled Your New Book. Stop Missing Your Life. So many of us are missing Our life but you tell us. How are we missing our life? And how can we stop missing our life. Yeah well let me. I come at that from a very humble perspective active. Like I'm still exploring this for myself. You know. I think we all have ideas of how we might be missing. Our lives could be that. Where quite literally on autopilot going through our moments rushing day that we're actually not there or we could be so caught up in ideas for the future that our heads are down on missing everything in between or we could be racked with stress anxiety or fear related to trauma that we just live our lives in this constant fear based state? So everyone's going to have their own journey with it. I think in general what we're seeing in our culture right now is many people moving through moments very quickly with their heads down on automatic on autopilot because technology has conditioned very like quick kind of attention to jump to the next thing but in addition to that. That's the usual one when we think of mindfulness. That's usually what we think of like okay. Everyone's not being mindful. Their heads are down there on their phones. But there's another dimension to missing. Our lives is that I think gets overlooked. And it's often that where we have so many walls of guarding that prevent us from connecting to people in the way that we want to connecting into ourselves. In the way that we want to and being able to experience a sense of fullness and wholeness and so the book it's titled Stop Messing Your Life How how to be deeply present in an unpleasant world. I'm really interested in presents itself and the many layers that get developed as we we make space for for more of ourselves in the world more of the richness that we can experience and that's a skill that something that can get developed over time and mindfulness is is a big piece of that and and so the book kind of explorers. What are the layers of presence? And how do we move to that on a deep level
A Historical Interview with Ruth Simpson
"So here's the scene it's the dead of winter in nineteen eighty nine I've just taken a two hour bus ride from Manhattan to Woodstock New York a small town on nestled in the catskill mountains ruth picks me up at the bus station and we drive a short distance to the small Cozy House she shares with Ellen Pourville her partner of many years and flora they're very friendly poodle ruth is a small woman although she's quick to note but she's not as finishing once was she's in her early sixties and has short grey here ellen several years younger she's tall and thin made even taller by thick crown of Brown hair as usual I'm starved thankfully ruth is prepared lunch and we talk while we eat ellen mostly hovers in the background occasionally pouring wine for Ruth Ginger Ale for me before I dive into my sandwich I clip microphone to Ruth's butter and press record interview with Ruth Simpson and Ellen phobic bill February Ninth Nineteen eighty-nine Woodstock New York one PM tape one side one interviewer Eric Marcus Alice the time totally closeted then I heard a radio interview with Martha Shelley who used to be active in the game and she gave the name of daughters this and the the address and the time and day of meeting so I just went there one night and the felt had come home to my people just rub it was on a dark street in Manhattan happened on the second floor were you fearful going there that first time let me explain about my being closeted for so long it was I never never had guilt feelings or never thought I'm so peculiar what am I doing in the world but I was very aware of the sociological dangers involved with getting a job and of course I held at the time I went to build a top executive physician on Madison Avenue you have to be concerned going because of your job either put it in a nutshell which is where the logs you've been open You couldn't have gotten your your jobs no I'll I'll tell you what happened about when I did come out of the classic of anyway nope no I wasn't frightened I felt a certain sense of adventure walk in the room and look around and see a hundred women say my God the there are many of us in Manhattan you remember what was discussed at that meeting mouse lay it was a rap session at that time deal was not very political there was talk about a women who thought they were straight but we're having doubts yes there were a lot of stories about what happened when I told my parents it was pretty much all on a personal level awesome I assume a lot of people who attended meetings where people who are risking their their careers Aso's fell out of women were frightened to be there was some of the Mirror Oh yes yes yes there were were straight women screaming a bit about Organization Administration of the Organization and I said that I would be program director after about Mansard meeting she could very heavily involved very fast you became president in sixty nine. UPN President Sixty nine when in sixty nine confronted was it before the riot stonewaller Oh yeah he was yeah what a what is still more present very definitely represented. Hey there's a war on there and keep in mind when you have in those times lesbian organization might have three to five hundred women at a week can dance you had a lot of people that didn't want to hear from politics and some of the women resented when we started to get political where did your political interest come from well I was very peripherally involved in the black movement I would go out and ring doorbells and Gigi to join any ACP all of this sort of thing this was during the same time or earlier earlier my parents fabulous fabulous people Were very active in the very early days of the Labor movement in the country when I was twelve I saw my first police brutality on the picket line saw my father get beat those hand and ran from tear gas so I had all that kind of thing in in my background twice sort of stepped back and for Warriors I should've but then when I went to deal be I wanNA try and try to see it shouldn't be that others have to obey the young people have to go through this sort of pain psychic pain and the deceit and lies and the broken families we reached an age from like eighteen seventy two wonderful over time you were there were dances every every meet yeah where did you see dances in seventy we got the loft down in in the Soho we are so glad because knew how important it was to have a home we ordered lumber for partitions with made a kitchen we made a library I mean so great
'Veronica Mars' Fares Better Than Most Reboots
"The TV series Veronica Mars created by rob Thomas starring Kristen bell as the young private investigator already has had several lives it began as a drama series on UPN in two thousand four back on the title character was in high school it lasted three years outlasting U. P. N. with its final season moved to the C. W. network then there was a standalone reunion movie in twenty fourteen funded by Kickstarter and shown on HBO and now there's a new eight episode sequel series available on Hulu one that arrived earlier than expected and according to our TV critic David Bianculli is even better than expected to here's his review the original Veronica Mars premiered on television fifteen years ago which in TV terms was a whole different era David milch is HBO series deadwood which just reunited it's cast for a fabulous TV movie premiered that year so did two major hits for A. B. C. lost and desperate housewives in the year two thousand four also brought us the premiere of NBC's the apprentice Kristen bell hit the ground running that year is Veronica Mars an outcast high school in the fictional California beach town of Neptune she worked part time as an investigator for dad's private eye firm like a modern day Nancy Drew but her narration in the opening episode showed she had a little Sam spade going as well this is my school if you go here the parents are either millionaires are your parents work for millionaires in California a town without the middle class if you're in the second you get a job fast food movie theaters many marks or you can give me my after school job telling philandering spouses or investigating false injury a lot of times past since then and a lot has happened to Veronica by the end of the original series she had gone from high school to college in the twenty fourteen movie she abandon law school and now is the new eight episode Veronica Mars begins she's on familiar ground again back in our hometown working again for her dad's detective agency and still providing her very own right near H. I spent my first nineteen years trying to escape my home town of Neptune made it out and after a decade away decided not to needed me and I needed it I was wrong on both counts Neptune didn't need another private investigator it needed an enema this new season over Annika Mars was supposed to arrive this Friday but who presented a Mars panel at the San Diego comic con fan festival last Thursday which happened to be bells thirty ninth birthday Hulu surprise the actress and the fans and TV critics by unveiling the entire new season early as a sort of birthday present so viewers can now see all over Annika Mars the telemovie is available on HBO and the show's first three vintage seasons and the new fourth one are streaming now on who the new season borrows a bit from jaws with a series of deaths threatening to close down the beach town during the summer tourist season except it's not a shark doing the killing it's a serial bomber
"upn" Discussed on Nerdificent
"And they wrestlers on two different does like what happened. They wanted people to watch different shows and have incentive to what? Because we had smackdown was on UPN at the time. I believe and then ROY was always it's always been on well on USA sometimes it's always been on cable cable. Yeah. At least cable so UPN was that was a channel that we all got, you know, with just the ten as, you know, the so I think that they wanted to give people different things to watch. But more incentive to watch. You know, if you wanna see your wrestler, the rock, the rock was really the one who coin kind of smackdown. Yeah. Smackdown was part of one of his twenty eight catchphrases. Yeah. He's still good was just about how much he likes to eat. Yeah. Sure was so they literally named a brand after him because it's I mean again diversification of income. And now we're seeing like this Eric ushered in by the rock who was literally called the people's champion. So he like he encouraged go new audience. So he brought an he sort of shepherd in new people into smackdown. I think he actually brought up Johnson. I want to say that he didn't he have what was just in his first store besides him being the prototype. After after that. No, his first thing was when he came in and interrupted Kurt angle, and they had their little credential who is actually an Olympic champion who then became one of the best. And most popular most hilarious wrestlers of all time. Is he is the father of he's such a dad? He said he looks like he's always about to cry. And he also looks like one of those thumb people from spike, it's yeah. That's a new development because he used to not have he he's to have. Here. And then they cut his hair because they wanted to him to stop being the the. Oh, jeez. Guys. Stop messing with me guy. They made him more because they say turned him. I think at that point. And so he's kind of cut the hair off since then. But yes, so so. This was the ruthless aggression era. This is you know, when we have the Randy Orton coming in radio, Batista. So this is Dave also known as give me a name. I'm blanking on Iraq draft. Now, it's so crazy that he was able to hop over. Never. So cool. I love when rest. The rock. But like, yeah. I mean been able to really be national as to them being entertainers. Being able to captivate large audience in the Johnson, and now is becoming. Become yet. Comedic like he's being a host now. He's like he's like he was filling in for Ellen. Like, that's why blockers and. Yeah. Be which was great..
"upn" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"The best of daybreak Middle East on Monday. There were reports that the US department of transportation was probing the FAA's original approval for the Boeing seven three seven max family. Now that came as an initial inspection of the data recorders from the crashed UPN airlines jets. We said show similarities to the lion air disaster in Indonesia, five months ago, Tracy, and I got more with our senior editor Derek wall Bank. Look Boeing has pursued a strategy of very close relations with those in Washington with federal regulators for years, it's part of their playbook. They're better at it than almost anyone else. The worry is that they've become too close. Indeed, a probe has been opened. We're told. Of of how these seven thirty seven max planes were approved how that process went. There's concern. We're told that that Boeing was too close to it that there was there was some pressure that engineers fell to move along approvals. There was some pressure maybe to see a little bit too much of of the inspection part itself to the company, and then there's some concerns that the reports that come back from Boeing to the FAA on some of the things that were deferred to Boeing were. Maybe not completely correct? Maybe they had some critical flaws. And so this is one of the things that is going to be looked at very very carefully in Washington. We're told again that pro has open separately to that. We are. We understand the Wall Street Journal is reporting now that there has been a grand jury subpoena issued to at least one. Person somewhere in connection with this with requests with requests to preserve documentation. We also know that congress is going to be taking a look at this. That hearings are going to be planned in the next weeks to months, so there's going to be a lot of scrutiny about how this decision was made how close Boeing is to the FAA. And there may be changes coming very serious changes coming soon. Right. Derek? So on that note, you've got a DOT probe. You have subpoenas being issued. What does this actually mean for the future of Boeing seven thirty-seven max program? Well, Boeing has some of the best lobbyists in town. This is a shop that if you look at some of their office space in Virginia they've angled their signs face the Pentagon. So you can see this is a shot that thinks of everything right? I do think though that this. This is also a move where the US regulatory environment. Frankly feels a little bit shaken because there has been wide concern from across the globe from China to Singapore's Australia all around that that maybe the regulatory area is a little bit too close to the to the US's largest planemaker. And so even if this is a little bit maybe harder for Boeing. I think the US department of transportation, the FAA think that maybe this is a good thing because then you can get a little bit of that of that worry gone. You may get a little bit of that credibility back. If all around the world, they see that you're taking a really harsh line. So yeah, there's maybe a little bit tougher for Boeing in terms of getting the planes into the into the sky Qatari stocks have been bucking the Middle East trend lately by falling. Last Sunday saw a year today loss on the. Sam extending to four point two percent. We got more on that. And the other Middle East market movements with our equities reporter Philippe, EPA checkup. There's clearly a correction going on Indo hover right now. And it's quite interesting to hear what investors have to say about this. As you mentioned the index is down more than four percent for the year. It's already set for the worst quarter since two thousand fifteen and we hear from Gulf investors that a lot of people that joined the market last year after increase in foreign ownership. Limit for some of the biggest stocks dare including Kiwi. And now they're just reallocating funds to other markets in the region and mostly to Saudi Arabia, which is a market. That's just joining. Now. The main the big emerging market benchmarks combined by fifty in by. So there is a rebellious thing there is a reshuffle portfolio. And of course, do who was the market that gained the most in the region last year in was among the top performers in the road in two thousand eighteen it's natural to see a rebellious when it comes to markets in the region right.
Emphysema, Wagner And Dr Mazen discussed on Dr. Daliah
"Very rare curse the UPN acquire food allergy from an donor organ. That's according to Dr Mazen audit, a fellow in pulmonary and critical care medicine at UCSD. There have been only four or five cases in which organ recipients have acquire peanut allergies with full access following a lung transplant. So the woman in this case needed a single on to trigger emphysema. So emphysema's kind of like, you know, when you blow up a balloon so much you let the air out of the balloon up and let the air out where the blue just sitting there kind of Wagner. He was some Irinej, and it doesn't really have that compression to push the air out. That's like an emphasis along. And so you aren't getting a lot of air in and you're not getting to older out. So you're not getting good gas exchange, which you need you need to oxygen your blood. So you're not getting good gas exchange. And so he needed a lung transplant. So she received a new left
"upn" Discussed on Probably Science
"Brian on the UPN sitcom monique's law from nineteen ninety seven to two thousand two and to regroup after the cancellation and he used to get a lot of fan mail from Malaysia. But he discontinues EarthLink account. It doesn't get those anymore. Licensed shaman fully licensee licensing board for Shamanism. It's the birds of paradise online Shamanism university. And they teach you things to do like, you know, better to have your Iowa ceremony in like, a standalone home and not like places where you're sharing walls people. And if everyone starts to freak out, if you play Fleetwood MAC's rumors on a boombox like it just sends everyone it helps, you know. Just relax everyone. The words oxygen. Yeah. I followed her a never never know situation. Right. Actual Steve friend of Scott's. Yes. Steve bright, young comedian. So the book is fiction just in case anyone just to clear that up right off the top the book is fiction, the Instagram thing the instrument count is a joke. I do love yoga I have not been to a life coach. But I'm fascinated by the fact, they can just, you know, say they're helping you in charge whatever like, there's no real licensing. It's just you know, because you don't get struck off the life coaching. Register. If I miss coaching lost, my license by telling someone to break up. You misdiagnose their relationship. You missed the blockage that they had you fail to note. Does that man I'm getting sued by the? Are surprising number of people in this town who? I mean, I don't know a lot of them. But the people who I do know who peddle in this stuff. It's like, well, if if the people who are who want to come get advice from you knew you and your day to day life. They would be like oh for sure. Yeah. And that sort of like, what got the ball rolling on my mind. Yeah. I mean like, and I think some of them actually do help people or they have targeted focuses or whatever. So I'm not like mocking the whole thing. But sometimes it does genuinely helps saying with therapy, therapists are actually trained in a way that the stuff to be a therapist, exactly therapists, cut fit even still it. Sometimes just help to have outside at perspective to go. This is what you let's make a plan. This is what you need to do. Yeah. And I think like a life coach is more task oriented and there's accountability. There with words the therapist. It's, you know, talking, and they don't really tell you, you know, go break up with this person. Or or whatever it is. Yeah. I think I I'm talking on my ass here. A little coaches like a is like a personal trainer for your goals or something. Yeah. As opposed to therapists, which are I don't know what the analogous thing would be. That's not a personal trainer. But this is this is a comedy book. But like you said that shape that person at the signing some genuine use out of. I hope she does. I don't know what she may come back and say that this book was awful. But I mean, literally like the point of the book is like lowering the bar for explanations for this time of year and just like sort of taking it easy. And you know, doing what you can to enjoy yourself and not be so wrapped up and expectations, and you know, spending money, you don't have it cetera et cetera there chapter on Xanax valium. No, there's not surprisingly. But that should be like a for next year. I'll do a, you know, the revised twenty nine thousand nine edition. See the shortcut version that will work. I'm not recommending it. But I think I've heard it might work. Yeah. Or maybe some organic fair trade THC, as you know, just a mile kinds. I think actually I'm going back to Christmas and to Michigan for Christmas. And I think they just legalized marijuana. And Michigan there, really. Every place pretty much has. No, that's not true. I mean, crazy number of places, eight states. That's every place, right? Yeah. Exactly. The big ones ones. The ones that count because they're the ones we can get. You don't have to studio city life coach he's out here. But if he were here, you wouldn't have to tell them that right now, he would know Escot hand. Can we talk?.
"upn" Discussed on Security Now
"Access and infect previously isolated computers. And we've we've liked been. We would saying this is going to happen. This is just it just a matter of time. A while while bad guys were using UPNP only to bounce traffic off of exposed routers. It was like, okay. Well, it's a good thing that that's all they're doing. But it's always been the case that they could decide to get meaner if they wanted to. And that's now happened. They're doing this using the so-called UP and UPN proxy UP NPR. Oh, X Y UPN proxy technique, which we've talked about before. Unfortunately, a surprising. I've been an amazing number of NAT routers. Have the UP in P port port nineteen hundred open to the wind. Dan. I just I do not see any possible reason for that it it is meant to be an internal protocol on the land interface that allows for example, the XBox famously to access universal plug and play and I have to make salvia make sure I don't say universal plug and pray in order to allow the XBox for people who wanna do net internet network gaming to accept unsolicited incoming connections. So an X box is able to interface with universal plug and play in order to say, okay, open the following ports through to my internal IP on the intra net. That is the internal LAN behind the router. That was its intended purpose. The moment that it appeared. I raised the alarm that. There was no authentication on in this protocol. And yes that was done for ease of use. So that it it was zero configured. Unfortunately, if you also make the mistake of of binding this protocol to the win interface. Ben, you're exposing a zero configured authentication free by design protocol to the public internet, and this is the.
"upn" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"What I I moved out here to try to be a writer knocked around, and you know, had little jobs here and there, and then my very first job that I considered like this is a real job a real sitcom was on a show that is still considered. If you go if you Google it. It'll be on that list of like worst shows of all time. It was called homeboys in outer space, and it was on the UPN nineteen ninety six. Right. The ones that we're on Zork net underneath. But it was it was really fun. I mean, I wasn't in a position to like pick and choose not gonna do that show. I got a job. Yeah. And it was a really really fun experience. I thought it was a fun show. It was in a way it was kinda like futurama before future. I'm it was a stupid space parody of Star Trek and everything Star Wars. And but working on it at the time. It was shot at Disney where Elgin and micro. So who were sort of in the middle of their Simpson's career? They had done the Simpsons. They had done the critic. And then they got an overall deal at Disney to create shows. Well, same time they were still kind of consulting on the Simpsons. So so they were assigned as part of their overall deal. Disney to work two days a week on homeboys outer space. So I got to meet them there. And we hit it off. They were great, you know, and then the very next year as part of their development deal. They created a show called teen angel that. Was on. And they hired me on that. So I was very happy out on algae. And when he first because he's done to us. And when he was first on I think, I what J D Joel like, you're the only. That was another terrific experience. It was so much fun. Love that show. We love working on it. I loved it. And it only lasted one season, sadly, but then because of it I ended up getting kind of a deal, right? Just worked at Disney exclusively for the next couple of years. And so after that also worked with Alan, Mike who consulted on my first animated primetime show, which was the PJ's Murphy claymation show, and that was really fun. And so so then I got to know Mike and L really, well, they left and went back to the Simpsons Mike sort of did his semi retirement thing and Alan pack, running the show and cut to like a year and a half later. I was working on a show that we were filming in Chicago starring Joan cusak called what about Joan? It was a live action multi camera sitcom starring.
"upn" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"It's a guide of natural medicine, and how to take you from point eight point zero if you know nothing about health, and what health is and how do they attain and maintain extrordinary health? That's what I wrote the book for encourage you to pick that up. It will teach you and guide you, so what are you struggle tonight struggle with cancer or heart disease, if you've been given a bad diagnosis or you begin a good prognosis. Hey, we want to hear that too. That's what we're here for is to bring great information to you. So you can courage others. Hey, it's not just about UPN wells. But you teaching others said so they can get well, it's about you teaching people in empowering others live the life that they were designed to live as well. This is for you. It's for you to. Live your life. You know, a lot of people. There's great information out there, and we get it from all different angles. But it's important that we take the information that we get in apply in your health journey not lording over you telling you what to do. Let's go back to Bethany Bethany we were talking about you being pregnant five months pregnant, and you're reading in my book and got stumbled over a couple of things when you started realizing that aspartame was not good for you that it was actually bad for you. And you've been drinking some of that and using splendor you thought saccharin was bad. But now we're having a little chat talking about how saccharin is good. And more than anything. We're talking about. How stevia is the better way to go? It is it's it's made from a plant just like saccharin, and I'm just a big fan of it. Because it actually has a lot of benefit sacri-, just it's just a sweetener per you. But stevia actually has a lot of benefits it can create antioxidant type affects in the body. And it just it's very good has some five or to it. So I'm a big fan of it. And you could rank that all day long with no worries whatsoever. Maybe tried it. Having a pass and.
"upn" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Dollars should very much be free market effort. It should be determined by where individuals feel the best or the most needy people. Are you may decide you know, what I don't care about migrants. At all. I give to my church because my church donates locally to my community. And I wanna keep my donation dollars local. You might be be one of those people who likes saving Ethiopian kids. And so you get in the mail. You know, you've donated enough money to feed eighty easy opium kids for a full year. And you get the picture in the mail, and you like to put it up on the frigerator when your parent when the people come over your friends, come over, you show them all the upn babies that you saved you know, that may be you. You may want to provide money to cancer research because you had a mother who died of cancer Ono's. The point is. We we as a society don't make decisions individuals make decisions. And the worst thing we can possibly do is have our government mandating how we spend our free income. But that's what they do through taxation and through and through social welfare programs. We take from Paul to pay Peter. We take money out of his pocket money. He's rightfully and justly earned, and we say, we don't feel like a portion of this really doesn't belong to you. We feel like you don't deserve a certain amount of your money that there's somebody else who's more deserving of that wealth than you are and therefore we're going to take from you and give to him. Of course, we're gonna skim a little bit off the top for the trouble. Because it's it's hard work redistributing all this wealth, and we're gonna get we're gonna live a very lucrative lifestyle off a portion of what you send in, but it'll just be a little bit because we're stealing from everybody. And we're gonna give your money to somebody who's for more deserving than you. But we will be the ones who determine who's the most deserving. It's unjust. It's not right. It's wrong. I don't know how to say it. Now, Trump is actually I'm gonna leave. This Trump thing in the and the citizens of the babies the citizenship for babies until later 'cause I wanna talk about the actual constitutionality of it. But let me switch over and do some little bit more fun for the end of the show here. All right guys, a little break here. Let me tell you about policy genius life insurance isn't the most enjoyable thing to think about most people don't think about it at all because they don't like thinking about dying. But actually having life insurance is a really good feeling. It's nice to know that if anything were to happen to you your family won't have to start a gofundme page to stay afloat. And that guys we see that every single day. It's critical absolutely critical that you have something to leave your family when you die. And if you're not if you don't have a family, if it's just you somebody still going to have to pay to put you in the ground and shear responsibility.
"upn" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"What was it about that publication that offer that you thought would be the right next step at loved, ESPN it for a long time. I mean, as you said, I probably had one of the more loosely political feeds. ESPN my Twitter feed. You know, I tried to earn overtime how to skate around certain thing. I'll just say that. Very savvy though, avoid certain language, or you know, making jokes as to kinda high that this was really a political. But no, I've been a big fan of publication. I love a lot of the writers. There would you know publication on the basis and it just felt like a really good fit in opportunity to kind of do some of the same thing I was doing at the undefeated, but do it in a way. That was even for and more meaningful. And you know, maybe more uncomfortable for some people because you know, this is ESPN's in an impossible position. It's hard to be in the business of journalism and and also have financial relationships. People you're covering. Those are those the land mines all over the place, a lot of time. And but you know, when you go to in as a journalist, you know what you're signing up for to some degree. So the good sort of the frame thing is that got the Atlantic. I don't have to worry about any league partnerships because they don't have any, you know. So you know, never be other things that have to be concerned about, but I certainly will feel even more comfortable into suing topics, persuading some com story that I think probably would have been a low too. Just a little too inflammatory, maybe for ESPN so, and I'm speaking directly to an audience that knows what it's getting your, you know, at UPN and you're doing sports the ESPN viewer, you know a rightly so they're expecting sports highlights commentary analysis on sport, you know, come. They're expecting certain things even if they are tied to sports. And so I guess I don't have to anybody telling me to stick sports because I'm at a place that politics, so it's never over so part. I'm looking forward to if being at a place that you know embraces that obviously strongly and has a different kind of, you know reader then I think I've ever had in my entire career, so you so you just, it came together really fast, and I'm just really excited to start. In fact, today's the first day as of the taping of. Cycads. So. They reached. They reached out to you. I'm assuming. They did, and it was interesting over the last couple of years. They had reached out to me just about doing some one off pieces, but I never really built a relationship like anybody. There would just be kind of blind inquiries. I, you know, was ever be interested in freelancing for the Atlantic which I could being on the ESPN and you know politely declined, but yet the the writer and who's in they're very proud and humble that they even have. And so as the news of my, you know, departure spread and became important on even though I hadn't confirmed, they, you know, made some polite inquiries about just informally getting together to, you know, the top or it was. We had a breakfast meeting just kinda feeling each other out first. And you know, I came away from that breakfast. They can like, wow, I think this is really a place I, I wanna be. I mean, I had a number of writing offers on the table, which was. And for publications that I just absolutely love. But this one was the best for me and it was a real. It was just a real just interesting time because I've never been that person I had offered before, but it was really kinda real to being a position where you sorta kinda almost have your pick a jobs. And so it wouldn't the equivalent of a first world, you know problem. So to be able to find a fit that was, this was just really remarkable. Do you wanna give up any of those other places off at your job now? You know, I can't. Places, but all very respected, you know, publications or we'll do these. We'll do these last ones. 'cause I know you have to go, you are narrating LeBron James is upcoming documentary series shut up and dribble. I think that's coming out what is coming out. I should know this. It's November the feel like is November third, but please double check. Yep, no case it's coming out later this year as you know. Djamil..
Putin condemns 'dastardly' act after pro-Russian rebel leader Alexander Zakharchenko killed in explosion
"Russia is condemning the reported death of Alexander Zakharov Ching-Kuo the leader of Russian back separatists in. Eastern Ukraine according to Reuters news service a Kremlin is. Calling it an act of international terrorism Russia's state investigative committee, says it's launching a criminal probe into. The separatist leaders death in a bomb explosion a ministry, spokesman says Moscow has every reason to believe the craning government in. Kiev was behind the attack but Reuters reports that. President Vladimir Putin did not accuse Ukraine in a statement that he issued today. Russia had, annex Crimea from Ukraine in two thousand
"upn" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"It feels like a every year as a can you top this progression with the company at that point? It was. And just when we thought that stone cold, Steve Austin, and the company as a whole couldn't get any bigger it continued to do. So we hadn't even gone public at this point. So it was just that we were on a wave and it was it was a frigging tidal wave that we were riding and there was there was no end inside at this point. Well, I'm pretty excited about this because this year we haven't really talked a lot about. And I think sort of lost in the story and we're gonna talk about it. I'm sure is that the creation of smackdown is one of the things that really led to the end of Inzerillo in the WWE chat me up about when you started. I hearing discussions about a second primetime show. Does UP in bring it to you guys. Are you guys just looking for opportunities and just reach out and have a meeting? How does that come together from your recollection? You know it was a big conglomeration of a lot of different things coming together at the same time. It was perfect storm in a lot of ways because part of the UPN deal also had to do with the XFL. The XFL was going to be debut in the next year and Vince was, you know, getting out beyond that NBC universal bubble and and looking for different broadcast partners. The other thing about it was was UPN. Was a broadcast network, wasn't cable cast. They were. I don't want to say they were in dire straits at the time, but they were number five out of five of the networks. So it wasn't like we were. We were going onto the strongest network. They were looking for something to bring them up. UPN buy com, had seen what we had done for the USA network, and they felt that by bringing it onto broadcast and putting it in a primetime slot that it could be their signature show in in the one show that they could point to that, hey, here's our number one show. Here's the show that's put us back on the map. So have been. It had been in the works for a while and it had been in the works to the different different programming that we could provide UPN and vent sought. Got down, put him on prime time. Let's go. It was great opportunity. So he jumped at it. So UPN reaches out and makes the pitch we had been re now. We were reaching out. Looking for, obviously, partners for the XFL just all of our, you know, Vince looks at all of the programming. So this opportunity came up. What about wrestling? What about doing something else? And Vince always wanted that broadcast spot, primetime broadcast spot when that was available with UPN, he jumped at it. So you guys did do pilot, and that's what we got a lot of questions about Meltzer would even right. There's no lineup advertise for the UPS special on April twenty ninth which is going to be pattern and pace like a two hour. Raw episode UPN hasn't agreed to do a weekly series, but as pretty much good bet that they will. The WF is no longer planning. If that's the case on doing an all women's show as they just don't have the death fill one hour with women's angles and matches and the Hammett found enough new sets to fill the time with the idea now is that the UPN show will be like the heat show and just be part of the weekly storylines UPN doesn't wanna live show. Oh, so they can ended out anything to it's so the best bet is to one hour show on Wednesday nights, although it still could be on Tuesday or Thursday. So there's a lot to digest here in the observer report. I I want to start with the pilot special. Was that a way to just sort of test the waters for lack of a better word? Just see what the reception would be like in demonstrate what the viewership might be like to UPN. Yeah, it was to be able to go yet test the waters and say, like the main event that was in prime time on NBC, put it in prime time. See what those numbers deliver if you like it, we can do this for you on a weekly basis..
"upn" Discussed on The CyberWire
"If your model or manufacturer could be impacted by this if there's known vulnerabilities in the upn p stack we also included in the white paper there's a small strip with a payload where you can pointed at your own home gateway and it will attempt to dump the net table into a terminal for you so you can actually inspect and see what's in there and the presence of something being in there isn't scary it's only scary if you're seeing other people's stuff in there so you'll see your one nine two one six eighths like you're torn clients skype inject stuff what's app inject stuff like different apps or injecting stuff into the stable for their own personal usage so it's not scary it's it's just when you start to see internet row table addresses showing up there that's when something is wrong now in terms of the manufacturers how they addressed this is there is there acknowledgement that there's an issue have there been any any updates to do new models that are that are for sale right now still are they still vulnerable to this well it's kind of a crap shoot you can't really tell the disclosure happened in two thousand six which gives us plenty of time to actually fix the problem and in just are are quick and dirty headcount of device models manufacturers based on the information leakage from the upn proxy of the up pillows that came back we identified like seventy two manufacturers four hundred models some of those manufacturers came back in dispute and we're like okay well let's dig deeper into this and make sure you're wrong or right or vice versa and we actually started digging up more models for some of those manufacturers that we didn't even notice in the first pass so there's actually far more devices that are vulnerable than what is listed in the actual device section of the paper because of time constraints and needing to get this paper out i i wish i could say that there was a lot being done about it some of the manufacturers come back end said that those devices are not vulnerable they've tested them but the fact that we were even able to identify them.
"upn" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Yeah but yeah and you see that in every kind of aspect of art things that take on things that are through my girlfriend's a painter and she you know she gets mislabeled like that that that that it's sort of it's lighter it's yeah it just you know it's because it's not for the mainstream gays i mean we the market like they're determining it i mean the market itself the people that make those decisions are acting out of you know i either you know it's a principal whatever they believe the market is this way or that way but it's not always about like the audience you know there's people making those decisions you know attend those people are male shirt right right but the interesting thing i mean you see we did it with with greiner for more tell me why i'm wrong but for years we've done it with entertainment that we see as we'll that's for you know black people and the way that you see like oh we'll stuff that was on upn or bt or tyler perry well that's that's fluff like it's in the same way people sometimes think of female i guess it's weird i never noticed that 'cause i always think it's either like you know maybe it's not for me bouncing its fourth for kids enough for me it's either for kids or it's like that seems to be show that other people would enjoy who live that life i think that's one way to look at it but i think there is also a labeling of anything that isn't mainstream story is slight is less legitimate it's less legitimate of a story and it's a niche product and everything's in each now so it's hard to make exactly and that's why it's great and that's why you know peak tv so great were that's what i'm really feeling is breaking out of what's you know legitimate what what isn't i mean i think that everyone i was at the dinner for of the vanity fair dinner for the oscars and big show the i know and the only time people stop talking when francis dorm and one was talking about inclusion writers but when jordan peele one forget out and when.
"upn" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Guide sorry but emma in your best friend again the big on well i just well i wish i wish i wish scary movie five which upn it's haley might be the home maybe just be i'll be the giant i expounded in the fifth one i'm sorry i didn't mean to cut you narcissism and embarrassment we please note emma emma talks talks best friend go to lunch together we hung which was a busy lady win a life but i'll i have caused one it's pay hamas and say you know that doing the impossible i just bow down to what you did and what it is and what it meant for you and your career in the recognition that so right good deal absolute lovey until lovey about it and she was like don't watch why did you will she she is you did say as vice which was also is well good on the way when you do when you're onset is just that little secret that you have ownership yeah wait does that mean like boy shorts that whatever makes you feel good just do that but she was like just web reading nice tree self some nice underwear yeah so it's quite cool and then she would say things like choose one point in the show in the film whatever it is why you cry and let that be the only time for maximum dramatic impact that's what i always did was gay move to in fact i think i gave 'em that advice.
"upn" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Was there any sort of strategizing based on hey we think there's an opportunity for a bigger hispanic audience on this network on this night or was it just sort of arbitrary just let's just try to mike now we'll know the upn audience in the feedback that we had gotten they did have a strong hispanic demographic and we saw that they were you know that demo who strong on upn so we cater to michael wants to know why was this held a penn state does vince just say we're doing a draft next week and penn state happened to be the book of any i think okay yeah yeah that's that's what happened it just we knew what they were gonna do it it didn't matter where where it was really that wasn't that important it was all about television josh wants to now was there ever any consideration the draft or superstar shakeup of giving someone a franchise tag to sort of lock that one superstar on a brand no i think i think again going back to rock and awesome rock really identified with that smackdown brand doug wants to know was there ever a plan for mr perfect at this time he went very late to rawal was vince down on him at the time i definitely felt like he had more to give if given the chance kurt was kind of winding his career down at this point and there just weren't there weren't any plans for him he was there to get guys over.
"upn" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"And then there was a we had a farm so we had like chickens and pigs in freely young so's kind of four h e also you a little bit was it fun there were times i remember laughing allotted times yeah you know would you weren't like being bad was probably pretty good totally i mean i got i heard a coolio one say this the old jon stewart showing upn of you remember that oh yeah yeah we'd on upi i remember the one on mtv i don't remember that so i think in between sean upn okay the jon stewart show here late night show they were trying to make a lightning probably probably on attend maybe eleven or care be a coolio on wants i'm had talked was before here but like he johns who was doing that the the latenight talk show thing of sting selfdeprecating to a guy who had a tougher life than him right and he's like armenia typhus and stuff iowa had to deal with was maybe someone china like take my lunch money and kumuls point was but to a child who is in uh the difference me getting a drive by having to worry about it and ducked for cover as somebody else has been killed held the same place in terms of like direness as as you get a good ones lunch money take the worst thing possible while rookie vile same level leo so this yeah while now if you would if you came from a world of like lunch money being the worst and then went to getting killed and get killed like nothing we're vice versa were if your friends getting shot and then all the other wrote will electronially triggering 20man gunshot is also true.