17 Burst results for "University Of Reading"

"university reading" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:14 min | 2 months ago

"university reading" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You go. Oh, man. That guy sucks. Can't believe. What are you talking about? Too late? Yeah. Okay. I got I know you. I know you're coming from very good. I bet liberty three times last year, I had Hugh Freeze Liberty and Malik Willis a couple times last year, Right right there. He just named a Liberty player. If you don't college football, you could dig in the recesses of your brain. And pull out the fact that you freeze hilariously is the coach of Liberty University, read his Wikipedia bio. Then you realize how hilarious it is. He's coaching at liberty, but only the degenerate gambler. Sorry. Larry knows players from Liberty University as Larry just temperature straight ID How Larry didn't even know the nickname of Liberty before he process Uh Malik Willis. He is a player, man. Gotta check them out in the case for those who want to know Liberty, flames, planks. Yes, absolutely. The fact that here freeze coaches that team I mean boy hypocrisy. It is. It's real thing who remember they beat Virginia Tech last year covered up against the museum would remember stuff like that I had I had him the night where it was the same night. That I think that was coastal Carolina. And then they the same night Arden Key. I had the Dolphins and he had the illegal hands to the face. That gave me the Dolphins win. Yeah, all that was a liberty. That was a liberty game where they fumbled with the one yard line going in and still managed to win the game like that was the guy where he tried to drop down and not going and score. So they kicked the field courts, right. We're talking about about that. That's right. Yeah, And he fumbled at the one yard line is what you get for doing stupid stuff like trying not to score. Yeah, man and an ardent key. To the hands to the face. Oh, that was so great giant solid, resuming the second half of their already entertaining and successful campaign Giants Cardinals 4 15 right here on KNBR, the sports leader. KB ON K NPR one. Oh 45 and 68 bt Sport sleep. This traffic is sponsored by the minority Business Consortium, Silicon Valley, Ba 49 ers and Levi Stadium are hiring Come to the playmaker job there this Saturday from 10 AM to two PM in Santa Clara. Positions open to people of all employment.

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"university reading" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"university reading" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This is the Framingham risk score as the British journal of nutrition I saw researchers over in Dusseldorf Germany on university reading in the UK I am a looking at a hundred healthy middle aged men and women and they gave him cocoa or placebo should I give him will call coal or coke or whatever the poly phenols I'm a film that it really improved their circulation in one month that we call flow mediated dilation another words blood to the heart blood to the brain blood to the legs blood to the muscles was moving dramatically and it lowered their blood pressure and it lowered their bad cholesterol and raise your good cholesterol so let me let me explain they applied this to the Framingham risk score and it lowered their risk of heart attacks and open heart disease or stroke over the next ten years the Framingham risk score close runner Framingham study up in Framingham Massachusetts you know what talks in Harvard and everything and Brigham and women's hospital Massachusetts General Hospital they were all in on that and then there's the Framingham offspring study and also the study star product a cholesterol is bad for you sure over the decades they created a Framingham risk score and you plug in like your cholesterol in your blood pressure and things like that I told you your risk of a heart attack well guess what my risk is just about zero but they found if you had cocoa maybe twice a week it lowered your Framingham risk score which.

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"university reading" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"university reading" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So you read the book and you get in financial peace university read the proximity prince will book you get internet provision firstly will help you walk through this get the car so gets credit cards paid off get the income up and then may be some day if interest rates come down a little more which I doubt they will but if they do then maybe you look at refinancing but the the benefit of you re financing right now interest rate wise is not enough to fool with it on your loan amount size and your lender was not doing you any favors they were getting ready to say they were saying stick your neck in this moose and we're gonna tighten it for you that's what they were saying let's get you further in debt and not solve the cash flow problem that you have you can even do some home repairs isn't that glorious see how it sounds so wonderful until next Friday when all the payments are due and you didn't change your situation at all you're still in a freaking mess and that's what you got to avoid so hi thanks for the call Jonathan is with us in Texas hi Jonathan how are you I'm great Dave how are you it's Randy better than I deserve Sir what's up so bomb during the spring during a soul my father some taxes to the IRS and he did not have the money and he didn't do the sixteen items paycheck however that works and so I'm working eighteen and he knew that I had a bunch of money in the bank so he wants me and was like Hey you know can I borrow basic life far from the IRS is going to be a bunch of interest well you know he convinced me and he said he came back but a thousand Bucks a month you get back to about six months and I haven't seen a single penny of it stands you know how old are you able seventeen Sir how much money did you loan your father and so when you ask him why he isn't paying US agreed what does he say I that's what I wanted to ask you about Sir I wanted to know how to ask him that I like to find a minister in the summer in June if you know he's working on that are you know getting getting up asking any satellite happened I'm working on my bass yeah do you live in a house in an I do yes Sir and your what a senior in high school junior high school so what are your plans and may for graduation yeah after you graduate winning under their life I plan on going to community college and then hopefully gonna concrete and then living there while you're doing that yes now the reason I ask is the harder you push on this the more uncomfortable it's gonna be live there yes you're right.

"university reading" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"university reading" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The hat. The children also told police that there was a cage or fence just behind the driver's seat of that van thankfully, the kids. Got away unharmed. We are tracking to potential for downpours and severe storms this mother's day weekend. The latest now from channel two action news meteorologist Brad Nitz. Heavy rain, gusty winds, some strong thunderstorms, scattered late afternoon into the evening and then drying out a bit overnight and into Sunday morning and then showers and storms likely again Sunday afternoon and right now, we're at seventy seven. Grease mostly cloudy skies, Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast. Coming up breaking news. I I this is w SP twenty four hour continuing new who's a repeat offender and was out of jail on bond now faces new sexual assault charges. Details from channel two's, Michael side. Police sergeant John Chafee described the disturbing allegations against seventeen year old Sean garrison. That's just sickening. His comments come just one day after officers arrested in charge the teen with rape police say he attacked the woman while she was jogging in Atlanta's Cobra hills neighborhood, he told her pants off. A judge ordered garrison to remain in jail. APD arrested garrison on may fifth after he led police on a chase while behind the wheel of a stolen car. Two days later, he bonded out of jail. Garrison has racked up over a dozen prior arrests that include armed robbery when he was just fourteen years old former first lady Michelle Obama is in town today earlier in the day. This is Obama held a roundtable at Spelman college more. Agenda from WSB's, Robin will- landscape will be at state farm arena tonight at eight PM for her book tour the event called a conversation with Michelle Obama her book becoming the shell Obama making. It's the number one spot on the New York Times bestseller lists vice President Mike Pence gave the commencement address. At liberty university in Lynchburg Virginia today twenty nine thousand nine I just want to tell you you picked a great time to graduate because after two years of the leadership of President Donald Trump jobs are coming back and America is back. You are entering growing American economy. Eight thousand students crossed the stage at Williams stadium. Former Atlanta mayor Qassim Ray, delivering the commencement address. Today at Howard University read is a nineteen Ninety-one grad of Howard, and we'll also received the presidential medal of achievement. WSB news time three oh three. Doug turnbull? Mark McKay over Atlanta's traffic when you need it. Most triple team traffic every six minutes, mornings and afternoons news ninety five AM seven fifty s pinned on it. Roger that come on top here on this job. We keep our equipment started fast and running strong withdrew fuel. We can't risk engine failure from the ethanol corrosion and separation..

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"university reading" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"university reading" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Former Atlanta America's seem read we'll deliver the commencement address. Today at Howard University. Read is a nineteen Ninety-one graduate of Howard, and we'll also received the presidential medal of chievements critics call attention to the ongoing federal investigation of Reed's administration governor camp signs legislation giving Georgia teachers a three thousand dollar pay hike. It's part of a record fifty three billion dollar fiscal twenty twenty budget whole thing's considered he's signed Friday. It's one of the biggest teacher pay raises in state history. But Atlanta's school says, it's teachers may not get. The full amount unless the state pays it money already owed W S Bet's top national story. The house has passed a nineteen billion dollar disaster. Eight Bill that would the liver relief for farmers victims of hurricanes and floods and rebuild southern military bases Democrats controlling the chamber or trying to dislodge legislation from a Senate logjam over aid to hurricane slammed Puerto Rico. And Gusta firefighter faces murder charges after the death of his girlfriend's toddler the Augusta. Chronicle reports Charles Scone years, let the toddler play outside. May I says he heard a scream found the trial face-down gave eight until medics arrive. The sheriff's office only says something different happened w news time to thirty.

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"university reading" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"university reading" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of it is true turns out a lot? Daisy Goodwin is the creator writer and executive producer of Victoria. She's author of a novel, titled Victoria, as well as a nonfiction book, Victoria and Albert a Royal love affair. She joins us now. Daisy. Welcome. Hi there. I have so many questions for you about the truth. But to understand in our reading that Victoria, had you at white britches. You're reading in a library at Cambridge University reading her journals. What did you read I read an entry that she writing? Eighteen thirty nine when she was about twenty. I was about the same age up until that point. I'd always thought of that Korea as a grumpy old lady in black. Personna bonet. And then here was this time of Daria kind of frisky adolescent, and she frisky teenager and she's writing about Albert him. She's just got engaged, and she's obviously completely and nominative him. And she writes backhoes they've gone out for ride and obstacle right west. And he's wearing these tight white. Kashmir britches. Nothing under them. It was just such an extraordinary thing to read in the journal of Queen, Victoria. But I was immediately kind of arrested by it. Well, and apparently, she had a very active and fun sex life with Albert I mean, they did have nine children. But this is so surprising again because of the era and also because of her own upbringing. Somewhere. I was reading that. She couldn't even walk down the stairs without someone holding her hand, and she was this precious childhood asleep in her mother's room. She was overly protected. She was very protective. But that doesn't stop being very interested in sex and men. Let's get right to Lord 'em. Lord, Melbourne who was the prime minister who was her mentor when she was eighteen to twenty one this powerful relationship, we understand people some in Britain were annoyed at how you characterize it. As almost a crush that she had on him. Well, almost across definitely across. I mean, I I don't know why they objected to it, I suppose because they feel that queens count behave like ordinary teenagers, but I felt very secure having read her dairies she wants, but nothing else for about three years until Alba comes along lewd is mentioned on every single page about twenty times, and she almost caused the constitution. Crisis because when them. This is a voice in parliament. She refuses to lesson go. Well, we have seen Jenna Coleman playing Queen Victoria, of course, and Rufus Sewell playing Lord Melbourne, and this is again very early on. She is going to Lord 'em to declare her love. He's watching the rooks. The birds in the trees thinking about his wife, and we should say you've driven a lot of Americans who might not have thought about Lord Melbourne to read everything there is about him. And we find out that his wife had a very public affair with the romantic poet Lord Byron it was a scandal. So that explains kind of his melancholy, and here you hear that in the scene. Rooks mate for life. Every year. They build a nest together. New orleans. Civilities? Make marriage. I think we should learn. Mushroom. More time what you rooks. More. We should never have left. When you hear your heart without hesitation. Calculus. Half.

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"university reading" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"university reading" Discussed on Here & Now

"Season three of the PBS masterpiece series, Victoria starts this Sunday. And we and by we we mean, the Royal we, of course, cannot wait. It features the young Queen Victoria of England the second longest sitting British monarch whose very name came to define a prudish era. But whose story is one of passion, I for her mentor? The prime Minister Lloyd, m then for her husband, Albert, her German prince and her first cousin then for her people. But how much of it is true turns out a lot? Daisy Goodwin is the creator writer and executive producer of Victoria. She's author of a novel, titled Victoria, as well as a nonfiction book, Victoria and Albert a Royal love affair. She joins us now. Daisy. Welcome. I I have so many questions for you about the truth. But to understand in our reading that Victoria, had you at white britches. You reading an alive very at Cambridge University reading her journals. What did you read a read an entry that she wrote to nineteen thirty nine when she was about twenty. I was about the same age up until that point. I'd always thought Victoria as a grumpy old lady in black a set of sour puss an opponent. On them. Here was this kind of Dari of kind of frisky out lessened, and she frisky teenager. She's writing about album to him. She's just got engage and she's obviously completely nominative him. And she writes about house they've gone out for ride and I'll go right wet and he's wearing these tight want cash britches. Nothing onto them. It was just such an extraordinary thing to read in the journal of in a Queen, Victoria. But I was immediately kind of arrested by it. Well, and apparently, she had a very active and fun sex life with Albert I mean, they did have nine children. But this is so surprising again because of the area and also because of her own upbringing. Somewhere. I was reading that. She couldn't even walk down the stairs. Without someone holding her hand. She was this precious child met asleep in her mother's room. She was overly protected. She was very protective. But that doesn't stop hoping for interested in sex and men. Let's get right to Lord 'em. Lord, Melbourne who was the prime minister who was her mentor when she was eighteen to twenty one this powerful relationship, we understand people some in Britain were annoyed at how you characterize it. As almost a crush that she had on him. Well, almost across definitely across. I mean, I I don't know why objected to it I suppose because they feel that queens coat behave like ordinary teenagers, but I felt very secure helping red hood, Harry's. She wants but nothing else about three years until it comes along Luda is mentioned on every single page about twenty times, and she almost cools the constitutional. Crisis. Because when the loses a vote in parliament, she refuses to lesson go. Well, we have a scene Jenna Coleman playing Queen Victoria, of course, and Rufus Sewell playing Lord Melbourne, and this is again very early on. She is going to Lord 'em to declare her love. He's watching the rooks. The birds in the trees thinking about his wife, and we should say you've driven a lot of Americans who might not have thought about Lord Melbourne to read everything there is about him. And we find out that his wife had a very public affair with the romantic poet Lord Byron it was a scandal. So that explains kind of his melancholy, and here you hear that in the scene. Rooks mate for life. Every year. They build a nest. New orders that will. Civilities? That's. Make a marriage. I think we could learn. Much. If I spent more time what she knew rooks. Wife would have more attended. She should never have left. I would have to do such..

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"university reading" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"university reading" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"Make it happen using a to do list a thirty day to do list. That was my first book it did. In fact, end up becoming a New York Times bestseller, which is amazing. Unbelievable. So cool, but that wasn't two thousand eleven and it wasn't the funnest thing. I ever did. I have to tell you. You've heard me say this on the show before. Slow writer. I would much rather talk to you. When it comes to writing, I reread and rewrite and I just that's one area. I'd say I tend to be a perfectionist, and I'm not a perfectionist in any other area. And I don't even know if I could say a perfection because now you're gonna expect me to be a really good writer. I'm not I just I think about it. And it wasn't fun. It was challenging and it was difficult, and I had to be super focused and I had to finish it. And he did and that felt really really good. But I also vowed that it would be a long time before I wrote another book, and then along came my own health scare where I had an issue with my brain, my health started to decline I was struggling with my hormones, and brain fog and leaky gut and that of course, led me to do the research. I started on that eventually resulted in the one through one. Method which you know, as you know, because you've been a part of this journey unless you're new listener, which allow nice to meet you. But that journey was over two years of just interviewing people lot of whom you heard here on the show visiting universities reading research reading every book that I could learning how to read research learning how to find research learning how to pick research apart. Learn how to pick experts apart like learning what I was doing. I wasn't trying to create a program or a methodology or solution. I was trying to solve my own problem. Business was going great. We had launched the marketing impact, academy and smart success. So I wasn't looking to go in a new direction infomercials were crushing it. And that was you know, I hate to say this because I don't want to sound the wrong way. But it was easy work. Right. Like when you film an infomercial. You film for couple of weeks. And then you're done, you know, so life was good live was really good. I wasn't looking to do something. A new, but I was having this health problem. So I started to solve that for myself. And in the process, I was like, okay. So if I'm solving this for myself, I need to share this with other people like out of obligation because a lot of what I had been sharing about health and fitness and specifically nutrition. I now realized was B S it wasn't based on sound science. And then I started to feel like a real. And you know, me I'm a sharer like if I learned something I can't help. But talk to you about it. And the guy who's begging my groceries and the woman who did not ask for my opinion. I can't help. But share it like if I find something that's life changing. I will force it on you. 'cause I think it's gonna make your life easier. And I'm a know it all and I like helping people so as I started realize all of these things for myself. I started sharing them with you. And then I realized gosh, you're so many people struggling with the same thing. And I wanted to share it with them in a bigger broader way, but my own solution was very individ-. July's it was very customized. So it was like how do I teach people how to customize your own approach when we started testing it. With a beta testers twenty-five thousand people went through that process. And so that I could kind of distill down a simplified way to walk people through twelve weeks. Okay. So then I create this twelve week online virtual experience where each week people as as if I'm going through this customized journey with you. So you know, what you're doing week one on week one? This is now called by the way, the one three one method, and you can learn more about it but going to one through and method dot com, but the way this program developed ultimately after we tested it and tested it and tested. It..

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"university reading" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"university reading" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"And it was like, wow, it was just it was sense of connection with the universe. Wow. This is relatively speaking to small thing right starting a student group at university, whatever. But for me, it was just my my soul expanded and. And I felt like I touched the future in a way. I think now in my fifties, I crave for things that will be disrupted of my patterns. You know, I've been having conversations about do. I go do attend page attend a day sound meditation. Do I go and try ask do I go. And you know, what is it that going to give me a? Way to open a clean sheet of paper and see the world differently because the challenges the beautiful thing about as as we succeed in grow in life. Is we create these patterns that are easier to run, and they make our life that much more efficient, but it puts a lot of our life on automatic. And it's really how do you disrupt in change in transform to have new experiences in you opportunities part of that is joining community, right, which put you in a direction other ones are a lot of lot of the coal right hand. Right. Angled turns in my life were coming from reading a book reading the spirit of sT Louis led to the x prize reading. The singularity is nearer led to the formation of singularity university. Reading man sold moon. Started few my space companies. So reading has been a big transformer for you diving into diving into a person's universe and imagining there, it's yeah. For sure. I remember the first time I I had one of those feelings surprisingly it wasn't from the twenty five years ago. And I did I also with the shaman that was powerful in Peru, which is covered in in game changers. But I didn't write about this part back when we were first forming the data center idea, and this idea that we could grow our ability to to make the internet happen hundreds of times faster than we had before is before if you wanted to put a server at your desk, and you had call the phone company. Wait, a few months to get high speed connection and just all this stuff. And I was sitting there when day lunch people, and it it just felt like this giant swirling like a hurricane. You could feel. I could feel like the world was changed like that. This was something that really deeply mattered, and that vision that since Asian fueled my career in tech for ten plus years before I just realized at this point is incremental, and it doesn't really matter when I look at things like like a. Okay. There's a new one of those over there. But that one's not mine. And I felt that again when I was doing bullet. Or if there's a certain point where how can you deny that you know, that feeling when you just know in your gut like this thing it matters for a lot more than me. And for me to be able to tune into that I've done a lot of personal development stuff. So maybe I'm more sensitive to that. But when you're looking at a new idea if it on earth looks at new ideas, it's not the venture capitalist. It's you the x prize visionary where you raise money for the next prize things, and you had this room full of very wealthy people. And you also let me and thank you. And there are debating this everybody who's listening, please. Please know that that they've asked was not just in the room. He was one of our corporate patrons sponsoring a visionary and helping us attack and solve the world's biggest problems. He is always giving an inspiring and shaping, and I'm grateful for you..

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"university reading" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"university reading" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"You're listening to Midori house first broadcast on the seventeenth of September. Two thousand eighteen on monocle twenty four. Hello and welcome to Midori house coming to you. Live from studio here in London. I'm Henry Sheridan on today show. Unfortunately, we're a position now where the government's embarking on negotiations that could lead to one or two things either I bad still, I'm not includes the possibility of leaving the EU without knowing the future relationship with the union or not all the mayor of London calls for a second referendum on Brexit. We ask if he's right, and if his party will follow his lead, my guests are married jet ski, and John Everard they'll be discussing this and the day's other top stories, including Donald Trump's, you Precourt nominee is accused of sexual assaults Australia's prime minister called for a Royal commission into the country's elderly care sector. And while time might not be money, we look at why it still has value. This is Donna title of value. If you're going to be in print at the moment, if you're going to be seen in a lift tons of lounge, if you're going to be seeing, you know, on. On on the campus at Brown University, reading time magazine you on any proud of it. That's what's come Madari house with me. Henry we shared. Welcome to Madari house. My guest today are the former British diplomat John Everard, and Mary Jesse columnist for the independent and the guardian. Welcome both of you to the program. Thanks very much for joining me. The mayor of London said econ has called for a second referendum on Brexit. In an opinion piece published in the observer yesterday, his voice joins a chorus of people from across the political spectrum calling for a second vote, but it puts him some more hours with his own labor party Mariel turnkey. I what exactly is con- saying in this piece, what he's saying is that for the good of the country and because maybe sentiment has perhaps shifted since the first referendum and because there is such difficulty over the negotiations that we may have no deal at all that for all those reasons, having a second referee. Would be as it were the best way out. And of course, Saudi Khan being where he is in the spectrum of the labor party thinks and hopes that a second referendum would produce another result. Now, you know, personally, I have huge qualms about having a second referendum because I think once you've had one then to say, well, you didn't get the result, right? The first time around, you've got to have another go until you get it right. I think there's all sorts of constitutional problems about that even in the country which doesn't have a written constitution, John, you agree with them of, yes, I agree with with Mary's analysis of Sadique article. I notice he also taught the June two laying into the Tory party indicating that what we're watching is a government more concerned with the political fortunes of Boris Johnson than the fortunes of the nation. I think if I read it correctly, he wasn't suggesting so much a secretary random as in a rerun of the first, but he feels that the British. People being forced into a position where the choice will be between new Brexit, a Brexit without a deal and Brexit with a with a.

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"university reading" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"university reading" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"But look despite some precious at the magazine has been facing. It is still profitable. And of course it does remain one of the world's most recognizable brands. How would you see the magazines potential? Well, I think they have to do a couple of things. They still have quite a heavy infrastructure. Of course, they don't have the bureau's that they used to. So there have been there have been cuts on one side. I think this has to become a proper global play again. And I think that we've seen a really sort of a lack of investment in some areas if you're going to be a print product, and I think we have to sort of face the fact that they have to go back into print. I think there's a little bit of money being left on the table. And some of that has been scooped up, of course, by the New York Times, took a very, very good job and certainly the economist and. And others who are still getting a significant amount of money for for for print in their daily or weekly editions. But there is another component to this which is, you could say that digitally, a lot of circles have been danced. They've been down around, so they're going to have to come up with a very strong and compelling proposition. It can't just be, what are they going to do for mobile? It can't just be daily bulletins. Are we going to see the time franchise move into a more of a broadcast space? They tried that of course, in the Time Warner days when they there was doing some some flagship or masthead programs with CNN that didn't quite come off at that time a partly because those programs were neither were neither here nor there so so was like they were great shows that that just happened around or over budget. There wasn't a good editorial proposition. So I think digitally they really have to think of of some new anchor components if they're going to make the cut through because there are a little bit late to the game. I think if they want to look for an enhancement. And as you said in print, they. Will make, you know, some some decent money, very, very slim margins. Nevertheless, I think there is a bit of money out there for them. There have been rumors in the past that time would come where time magazine would give up on its operations and focus on a digital strategy. Do you think it's fair to say that those room is completely on founded given where the prophets actually lie full the brand? Wait, listen, it depends on the advisers, and I'm sure that there's a number of people who are lined up. I'm servicer, Benny off his some, some very sound people working beside him and you. It remains to be seen. We'd what type of of of opportunity that they see out there. However, I think that it would be it would be foolish at this time and I think they need to move in another direction. The problem you have right now Ben is that this is not a title of value you're going to be in print at the moment. If you're going to be seen in a Lufthansa lounge, if you're going to be seen, you know, on on the campus at Brown University reading time magazine, you ought to be proud of it and also you want to have an object. I mean this remember we're talking about print. You want to have something that really properly feels the business. And I think right now you don't have that in the weekly physical edition of time magazine, da Monaco's editor in chief joining us from Zurich. There will send you is president of innovation media consulting. He's here with me in studio one now on. Thanks for coming in. As we heard from Tyler just stay comparisons have been made to Jeff Bezos the founder and chief executive of Amazon. He bought the Washington Post back in twenty thirteen..

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"university reading" Discussed on The Economist Radio

The Economist Radio

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"university reading" Discussed on The Economist Radio

"Thank you. What are your thoughts on the situation in Australia or on the Coen revelations in the United States, tennis it an Email and send them our way to radio at economists dot com or on Twitter at a columnist radio. Finally, the trend of British universities abroad of Britain's one hundred thirty six universities there at thirty nine foreign campuses in countries. Very, does Belgium Marissa's news, Becca, STAN. State of the art university reading Malaysia campus Neji Iskender is a big Middlesex university Marissa's provides learning opportunities for students from across the world. Hello and welcome to the university of Nottingham Ningbo China. My name's Nick and along with a couple of other students, I'm going show you studying here such tastic experience. With only Australia, which has a much smaller higher education system Basting similar ratio of home to overseas campuses, say for Britain. Universities are a booming export industry to discuss this. I'm joined by Hamish bureau, the economists education correspondent. So Hamish just how popular arbiters universities and how has this grain recently were extremely popular on top of for campuses is also teach more than half million pupils at of universities where bridge universities provide for degree qualifications and sometimes also kind of broad support teaching and training of staff. It's growing extremely fast in recent years up by v overpass five to six years, and it's mainly come about because Pacino -versities kind of seemed to be among the best in world. And most this big demand for Chris education overseas and a lot of campuses are in Asia's. Correct? That is correct. Yes. So I visited Malaysia to take a look. What's going on there and five comes in Malaysia and when there's also some in China and Singapore. And so yeah, I think Asia's because it has a big growing middle class. It's an area, whereas I grabbed a month for higher education. And why specifically is a British degree perceive to be so important? And so in demand as distinct from an American degree or an Australian degree or degree from anywhere else? I think one of the reasons is simply for breaching -versities have very good. If you look at global rankings, bridge universities, tons of never told me, but then on top of that, you have a fat protein buses for fairly high degree of autonomy and civic government doesn't stop them from expanding overseas in the way to come more cautious to allow investors to do this thing. So you have kind of hide him on and countries for degree from university. And you also have absence of a strictures. Is it just well established universities for sort of oxygen Cambridge's that doing this or lots of newer universities. So Oxford Cambridge don't actually to any of this, but initially it was it was more universities who I sell up, comes as overseas in recent years. Relationship has begun to change and less prestigious universities have big growth area, but that's not so much become a side of things that's more teaching qualifications overseas at of universities and other difficult to set up a maintain fee schools. I guess there must be some culture clashes going on winner. University sets up in China role, Malaysia. Absolutely. It's not easy recently. A couple of universities have closed Marissa's. For example, I was struggling to attract students for one of a key difficulties is trying to negotiate for kind of regulation in in another country particularly when you didn't affects petits to do so. So Warrick wanted to open a campus in California but had to kind of perk abortion idea because. Was basically just couldn't deal with amount of relations to get heads around on top of that, you have fish, you've kind of Krugman. It's quite hard to build your brand overseas if you're one of the big names. And I think Bush's schools are pretty popular overseas as well. They're doing something very similar. No, absolutely. Has been a big increase in the number of schools in recent years as well. In fact, when I went to visit fee in of readiness campus in Malaysia, you, you go on main road out of town, your whole re which is a big city in the south country, and you go posters on leg aligned. Vanessa signed tomorrow recall age, which is one of the big grand British public schools. And then you kind of reach FINA Steve Reddin which is next door to new cost when Southampton as well. And in fact, British schools to and so well for now through in teaches away from Britain to extend, I kind of contributing to a shortage of teachers at thank you very much Hamish.

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"university reading" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"university reading" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"He didn't know how to kind of deal with that level of sexuality and top off his mental health issues on top of all the, he had school and all that stuff. It's about like how we love Madonna and like, you know, he tried to kinda tone down his blunt buoyancy different stuff, but then it it was an interesting process. His mental health kind of I eat road is meant to her kind of intensified. He kind of started listening to like any wine house and Billie holiday and Whitney Houston, and then and is he like found it kind of weird how he ended up listening to people who. Had really tough in difficult lives themselves. Very interesting onto the energy, right? Yeah. Very interesting books, very dozen, but very adjusted guy. So that's on meat industry during the break came in may by Bluebird, but I'm if you want to read it or even look what documentary. I think still on forty. I'm have a watch like it was very moving story. Moving starring PLA, sorry, radium really great sent it. All right is really a really good book. It's it doesn't have to be depressing to mean is one of those motivating stories because it does show it shows that the impacts of human kindness apps and the kind of strangers is still there DC what I'm saying and driver lights meet state didn't have integrity. That's not kind. Yeah. He was literally like y'all get you to recording in time. And I said, I sure in goes, yeah, and he took the long longer and then he in traffic and then midway through, he realizes mistake and stop talking to me. Yeah, anyways. So anyways, I'm reading two books. I'm reading the Pulitzer prize winner. Andrew shown Grizz book last, which kind of tells the story of struggling novelist, who travels the world to avoid going to an awkward wedding of his like x. but ex and it's quite hilarious that the narrators is really funny. Yeah, I'm reading that and I, I kind of don't know. I mean, there's been hype, but I don't believe the high because as I'm reading, I'm like Koussa way through and is not living up to the hype as of right now. But what really lives up to the hype is a re read. I'm reading from my invested days and I read purchaser hill Collins is black feminist thought when I was in my area of university reading for my feminism's module, and we were talking about black feminism's and this wasn't required reading, but it was just reading that was doing around the subject because I was quite interested in it. Amarna Grainger. And I absolutely love the spur because it really gives you a. An academic kind of academic introduction into black feminism and black from an ISM black feminist thought. However, I do think the downside of it is that is quite. African American focus. So there is a lot of African American feminists and women in theory, and the struggle is looked out through the lens of what it means to be an African American woman. And it does Delvin wait means at to be an African woman. Elizabeth. However, there is a bit of a gap with the. I guess the black British woman perspective, which is, I think. An identity that has already has has existed in a while, but hasn't really been spoken about in the academic and intellectual sphere like that. However, I do think if you really want a good introduction into black feminism's apart from reading the actual philosophers and the actual. Actual black woman who have written on the subject. If you want to get an overview, then this is a really good book to read is cool black feminist by Patricia hill Collins. And yeah, read it with. Obviously, if you are a British woman, read it with a bit of. Gap because you'll be countering gap. So yeah, that's why I'm reading guys and read it. We didn't gap like, okay, there's a gamble that won't be filled, but it's a cages redid taking into consideration that gap. Yeah, sir. Let's get..

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"university reading" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"university reading" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Wlob he's going to do flows cute movie right i mean for the kids can't go into hard on this you know something like we said before marin we both agreement that we both liked the first hotel transylvania guess and i'll tell you the reason why i liked it is because it did indeed had a story now wasn't unoriginal story really it was a store that i've actually seen in a few things in fact in one of my favorite things off mentioned this you know the story where you have these these monsters all together a castle somewhere and then bad people know that pretty cool in fact that thing that freaks them out human beings sauce something like that and one of my favorite animated movies mad monster party inside wheel banks doc to gieco in order this is this is a movie where it plays on everybody's love of the classic movie monsters universal monsters it was the just before it was the event it was on universe out there this is your dark university read a review with somebody say hotel transylvania three should have been the dark spring of cartoons man they do a much better you know in the other reason why i liked it is because massage like an theme i really love our work of of guindi tartar tarkovsky yeah a lot of people recognize carter tartokowski the people recognize his work from way back in several jack lotta people almost introduced to it through that off dexterous laborat laboratory are star wars clone low right right the two d one a lot of people love people love his work and now that no i don't know how you feel marne but now that we are at the third movie right here it's not hotel transylvania two for me marville about that but now that we have the third one yeah they started run a little light on idea is that the point where you know they're gonna wake ation gone on vacation is what sitcoms would do before they were cancelled yeah that's when that's when they jumped the shark yeah when they've run out of ideas and what we gotta do something special yeah for this season opener this does everything sitcoms do run out ideas bringing a little kid and when when the kid starts to be not getting more or less take everybody on exotic vacation somewhere what what we see these things do when they run in light on diz man and on top of that when you have a movie that doesn't have to say too much they stopped putting in subplots filler i mean you've got things that really don't go anywhere in the movie the cute funny bits of business but like the kids trying to stick the dog onto the cruise right yeah exactly because it doesn't really go anywhere right right the werewolf couple who now the childcare they get to run out and do whatever they want to do it was a cute idea almost almost a clever idea but didn't really go anywhere at least at least for me i will not i will say this martin you feel about this you know running loan ideas shows an animation to not that the animation is bad the reason why i've always loved indie tartokowski is because he's highly influenced by flash animation you know even tried to do popeye animated film a while back for sony but you know he's he really has a knack for that for that animates style of the thirties and the forties especially when flash did stuff like betty boop and in in as you see right here popeye a love the colors in the movie i love the character design there's a there's a lot of things that are wise i really do enjoy the film i think animations great but that's all it is is just a string of animating gags a lot of parts of the movie for idea that could be done very short while i see this is more it's it has the elements they classic at adam sandler elements where he it's it's cast with the cast is made up of all of his friends that going vacation and i don't laugh at a single joke in this thing really not one there was heard you chuckling chuck chuck it at one thing and it it did catch me off guard but then it was like the setup and the delivery but then what followed it the rap of that yeah it was it was it was a quick gag yeah yeah this like all the gags are tired i mean he's a fan.

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"university reading" Discussed on The President's Inbox

The President's Inbox

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"university reading" Discussed on The President's Inbox

"President has everything that he is the honest broker role he blood is all about making sure he or she has everything they need has heard all the views from their cabinet secretaries then is able to make a decision and then make sure that decision is carried out by the various departments and agencies and in under our system if everybody has had an opportunity to participate to have their say my experiences once the president's made a decision even if an agency has lost quote quote people will salute and they will do their best to carry out the decision made by the president kona close in one final note you've had a very distinguished career you've had a lot of very interesting positions in the us government obviously uh reaching the pinnacle being national security adviser and what advice she give to young people who were thinking about going in the government service thinking about working for the federal government in national security war in in other shirt of lines of worked for the us government i sorta tell him five things in terms of being prepared one i say to them is travel get outside the united states if you have a chance to live abroad do it you've got a live with people to really understand their perspective so take good records were you've been so he go through security clearance it's alexa exactly right so travel get outside see the world have uh take some risk have a range of experiences second read history read history that's the one regret i have that i was not is steeped in history as much as i should political science is a great major i was mine recalled at govern government where i went at cornell university read a lot of history third in the jobs that you get as a young person take the time to get to know and develop relationships with your colleagues because once you get in your field these are people with whom you are gonna be dealing for the next twenty thirty forty years i i was not promising enough to have one of these heavyweights as a mentor every job i ever got in this in my career was because of someone i worked with who knew me and thought i could do the job so you want people who can vouch for you cultivate friends uh at among your peers and get to know these people.

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"university reading" Discussed on HBR IdeaCast

HBR IdeaCast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"university reading" Discussed on HBR IdeaCast

"Japan's effectively in order to solve customer problems he i think is a very important area that organisations really need to pay attention to and be more effective in making that connection they're doing it for a seat allocation they're doing it for pricing they needed do it for customer problem solving the third area the frontline people are doing things that are making that data are more useful the big data organizations currently work with and allies is looking at broad patterns whereas agents are responding to individuals specific contextualised problems and they do something very useful like sarah did for me and we know airport they try to figure out how can i modify adapt and creatively generate a solution that does not exist in the data ace but is very relevant for this context i think the key lies not in just moving data to the front lines but to learn from the front blind creativity and make the big data better smarter and more effective mark can't keep this has been really a phone conversation thank you for spending some time with us and for getting back to where he needed to be to have this chat thank you sarah i've delighted i was able to make it in time at to sarah in vienna who've made it happen yes thank you sarah and reno that's jack deep saying he's a professor of marketing at the weather had school of management at case western reserve university read more about his customer service research and the article sorry is not enough and in january february 2018 issue of harvard business review poor at each be r dot org.

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"university reading" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"university reading" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Live from the headquarters of buoyancy solutions it's got dave ramsey show work battles daum cash is king and up paid all vote mortgage has taken the place of the bmw as the status symbol of choice i'm dave ramsey your host you jump in above the by your life of your money it's a free call triple eight eight two five five three to five thank you for joining us america were so glad you're scott starts off this hour in las vegas scott welcome to the dave ramsey show how are you good to talk to you you to what's up i have my wife and i have been followers longtime listeners we've gone through financial peace university read crowd and basically got up to a point where we're like steph four um in the davis that process and i'm just looking over some of my investments in my work and i see that right now i'm they either by 10 percent going on my or one k i i know that my company matches six percent so my question is i i don't have the college investment started i have three young boys seven years old three years old and then a one year old and i know eventually that's gonna come up so i'd like the kind of look at the five twenty nine situation or start than college investment process and i don't know this should i backed down the floor one cage is a sixpercent where my company matches or should i look to allocate resources to start the five twenty nine independently what are you what are used to this point what is your household income.

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