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Acupuncture is my Life
"vena" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
"Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of acupunctures my life now. I had started a series on deadly signed. A woman may have kanter. And this is the second and final part in which i'll be doing in this episode I took a short short break. Like twenty four hour break from it. And i know Many women have messaged me on the acupunctures. My live chat wondering like what's going on but you're gonna finish it. They want you know here other symptoms and you know part of it was. I was answering tons of questions tons of questions and they had over will overwhelming response from women. In india and second country was casick's but wow i mean it was very interesting. There was some very interesting questions. And i took a short break just to answer them. I didn't forget about you guys so I'm going to finish the series of the deadly. Signs of women may have can't and one can be changes in a person's nervous system. And before i really get into it if you don't already have the acupuncture my life app download it. It's free at the apple store. If you're an iphone user or the google play store for your android user tree acupunctures my life A person can see changes relative to the nervous system. Such as let's say bouts of dizziness seizures headaches numbness in the legs numbness in arms. Now this can be a sign of lung cancer having spread to the brain. So if you noticing like your eyelids specially your upper ones who beginning to droop and it seems like your pupil is getting smaller. And when you hot and you're exercising you notice you're you're more so sweating on one side of the face and the other. No you're not. These are signs that you should pay attention to sit with you. Acupuncture so contact acupunctures my life and And more times than not. We're going to refer you out to a cancer specialists as well so be prepared for that. You know you can also experience Other problems with you nervous systems such as problems with speaking weak muscles. You haven't problems swallowing or standing up from a sitting position few experiencing any of these problems. You know sit with your local acupuncturist and your physician and go from there now. Other signs can be swelling of the arms swelling of your neck. Your face now. When the is the presence of tumors and let's say the the upper part of your right long as well as your lymph knows inside your chest as they grow they tend to press on superior vena cava okay which is a large vein that carries the blood from your your arms from your head down to your heart. And when his pressure on superior vena cava it can blood keeping caused blood to backup in veins and co swelling. The arms the neck the face and even upper chest and sometimes you may present with like this bluish. Red.
Strength To Be Human --Global Arts & Affairs Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"vena" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Global Arts & Affairs Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"I mean i would actually be in the bars. Sometimes i just write down. Something quickly came to me. You know probably people to queue weirding destroy back in your pocket. You know where. I much much different life. Now vena somebody. That's a father and a husband. And i have children like that so i have different time periods in different times when things are quiet times when they're not so now using my phone in the notes to write becomes more more and more practical than anything else than always have a piece of paper and pencil round. I don't like doing anymore. Rather does right on the phone you know. I got a column in indian publications that i write for five years now almost every single column in five years. I've been on my phone or well on your phone. I have a note section. I simply right there. Where and i found that. In many instances i write better and faster on the phone than i do anywhere else. So i just kept. I kept doing as a habit and and what you do. Afterwards is once you're done you transfer that into a e mail file email to and then once it comes through email just transfer transferred onto a word document and from there. I can finish it. I can do the editing. Could do everything necessary for it to become something real especially when it's a column and then they just send it off to maye indian editor. So it's it's a little bit of a process. But i found that the phone is the thing that's with me all the time because i use it for so many different things for work for creativity from my podcast for everything really. Why not just use it for writing. So now wherever mad. I could be a lunch break and someplace. That's not my house. I do some writing or baby. Put down some notes you know. I don't want to sound weird but sometimes you're in the bathroom. You might be there longer than you expected. This is a good time to put a couple of notes down. Because i got the phone with me so ever it. Is you know what i mean. i did. Did it one time in the bathtub. I just leaned over and saw type and stuff. So 'cause i'm going to have the phone you me anyway. I can't do it in the shower because that's simply going to work but in most places you can you can do that. So that's what worked for me. I don't go on advocate net for everybody or promoting it the phone. It's great but for me. I've found that with my lifestyle and all the things. I was doing that the common denominator was. I had to stupid phone around. And i was using it for writing to and that's what i did now all my writing but i can tell you right now. At least half the stuff. I do either comes from notes that on my phone or either entire columns or half columns or whatever that already so writing on as it's a huge for me a huge advantage to stay ahead of things stay in many ways on the edge of stuff rather than. I'll just wait home to write that you know we. It's happened in you get home..
Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"vena" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"I mean i would actually be in the bars. Sometimes i just write down. Something quickly came to me. You know probably people to queue weirding destroy back in your pocket. You know where. I much much different life. Now vena somebody. That's a father and a husband. And i have children like that so i have different time periods in different times when things are quiet times. We're not so now using my phone in the notes to write becomes more more and more practical than anything else than always have a piece of paper and pencil round. I don't like doing anymore. Rather does right on the phone. you know. I got a column in indian publications that i write for five years now. Almost every single column in five years. I've been on my phone or well on your phone. I have a note section. I simply right there. Where and i found that. In many instances i write better and faster on the phone than i do anywhere else. So i just kept. I kept doing as a habit and and what you do. Afterwards is once you're done you transfer that into a e mail file email to and then once it comes through email just transfer transferred onto a word document and from there. I can finish it. I can do the editing. Could do everything necessary for it to become something real especially when it's a column and then they just send it off to maye indian editor. So it's it's a little bit of a process. But i found that the phone is the thing that's with me all the time because i use it for so many different things for work for creativity from my podcast for everything really. Why not just use it for writing. So now wherever mad. I could be a lunch break and someplace. That's not my house. I do some writing or baby. Put down some notes you know. I don't want to sound weird but sometimes you're in the bathroom. You might be there longer than you expected. This is a good time to put a couple of notes down. Because i got the phone with me so wherever it is you know what i mean. I did. Did it one time in the bathtub. I just leaned over and saw type and stuff. So 'cause i'm going to have the phone you me anyway. I can't do it in the shower because simply going to work but in most places you can you can do that. So that's what worked for me. I don't go on advocate net for everybody or promoting it. It's great but for me. I've found that with my lifestyle and all the things. I was doing that the common denominator was. I had to stupid phone around. And i was using it for writing to and that's what i did now all my writing but i can tell you right now. At least half the stuff. I do either comes from notes that on my phone or either entire columns or half columns or whatever that already so writing on as it's a huge for me a huge advantage to stay ahead of things stay in many ways on the edge of stuff rather than. I'll just wait home to write that you know we. It's happened in you get home..
It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"vena" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Once i realized how it was what i was getting a yelped with joy so loudly that my doc jumped if the two of you had to describe the vibe of the music on nbc and like just three words what were those words to be a man. You put us on the spot. I would say community positive in soulful. I like that magic of the moment okay. That's four but i'll take it. Oh those little. What are they called. Particles don't count today. No vena and anthony are going to talk about some musical magic of the moment. They showed picks for song of the summer any summer and they tell me their favorite albums of the year so far we'll also talk about how the pandemic has changed music a lot. It is an all music episode for this holiday weekend. Enjoy you know this episode running as the summer is coming to a close and we had. Y'all prepare some picks for what you might call the song of the summer this year or actually in a year. I want you both to give me too. Song picks for song of the summer. And let's go back and forth and one and one one and one no vena you've got one okay. I have one this. There's this duo called abstract mind state and they have reunited after not making music for sixteen years there from chicago and they were a group that connie west was a huge fan of back in the day and he was like. I wanna work with you guys. And so he has a new record label and he produced the entirety of their new album which just came out like a couple of weeks ago. And there's a song on there simply called. I feel good dreams. Hey the music itself has that kind of like boom bab soul sampled hip hop feel. That takes you back to a previous era and also like a previous version of cognac. Happy funds soulful exactly. Yeah fresh-faced wide eyed and bushy tailed us at this that i do. Yeah you know the saying we missed the or i miss the old kind. Yeah and it's like when you hear what he did with abstract mindset. You can really kind of feel that and so just the lyrics of the song like i feel good yada you know. And it's pretty classic like fresh hip hop sounds with soulful samples talking about. I feel good even sample. You know. The quintessential i filled the james brown song. So that's one of my pets. That's a good one anthony. Can you beat that. I don't know absolutely no. I'm just kidding no. I can't beat that. No actually mine's in a little different direction. So i'm going to get back to nineteen eighty because this is kind of a timeless funk classic and you might have heard it as sampled by to park on. Keep your head up from hundred ninety three This one is alright by zappin roger. It's that perfect summertime. Cookout jim okay. Let's play with that one too if we can. That's it. yeah that alone. It's one of those songs were like before you realize it new actually know the whole.
LifePix Relationships With ST
"vena" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST
"You're actually treating your patients because you don't have the luxury of time to actually even take a proper history or to ask the questions that you really want to ask or to try the treatment that you really wanted street and it's it's really bad and i feel so blessed to be in this position now where i own my own practice. I can choose my own hours. I can spend as much time as i want with my patients. I can talk to them about whatever it is that i need to talk to them about and i like to treat them in a much more holistic way so we do we touch on bathe in whatever the patient states may be. I have people who come to my office. Who are ats. People come to my house to my office house his house. Yeah the warmth of your house office scale. But yeah. I have jewish patient Impatient patients from every different faith. But i find that whatever faith that they hold if they actually dive into it and really believe in it. It gives them so much more strength in peace because then they're not carrying everything on their own shoulders. They feel like there's some higher being that they can pass on their problems to and ask for help and you know. I like to talk to my patients about their relationships in their spouses and give them the feedback in tips. That really helped me. When i was in a difficult place. And i had this one patient on my goodness. She shared with me this beautiful writing that she had done and she and her husband had had a horrible horrible relationship for many years and then he had done. That's novi now which is nine days of prayer for their marriage and at the end of the no vena she had a complete change in art boards her husband and it was really interesting because it was judged her that had the change in heart but because of her change in hard she managed to influence the entire situation and the way that she treated him change their entire marriage and she wrote this beautiful long thing and the other day you know. She told me she was like please he this and if anybody needs please give it to them. So i straight away. I was like thank you. I'm gonna make a ton of copies and just leave it in the waiting room so that anybody who reads it if they feel like it would be helpful. They can have coffee and the other day. I had another patient who came into my office and she had the paper with her into his crying and she said doctor. Ribeiro this your story and i said no..
The Science Show
"vena" Discussed on The Science Show
"Such enterprise. Thank you so much. I had a question for veena. Because you are the micro recycling science pioneer and that does mean a lot and i wonder whether you could share what it is about recycling that makes it less than just the thing we do when we push bins out at night and i'll just remind vena that when i first met him many years ago she said to me. Never forget that every single thing that you see or touch or having your life is ready to be turned into. Its next life. Yeah take us back to that early conversation which is absolutely right even if we look at any product. We really shouldn't be calling anything. A- waste even if it has stopped functioning if it has become obsolete because fundamentally what it does contain a very useful material so few actually drill down. You've actually got materials. That can then be reformed and converted into new products over and over again and i guess the advantage of doing that is to put it quite simply. You've actually created a material in the first instance from virgin resources. So if i go back and look at something as basic as glass and come back and connected to one of the products that we have here today where we've used recycled glass with waste. Textiles in the production of these green ceramic products for built environment. If you actually now start to look at each of these different kinds of materials whether it's a glass or steel making it first time from virgin resources costs a certain amount of energy every time you then go back and recycle it and reform it and use it that initial energy that went into making it is still embedded in that material. So what you've actually done is you've reformed it but that initial energy that went into making it a still in there so quite simply when you actually recycling in these kinds of things like steel and glass you've saved on energy and you've therefore saved on greenhouse gas emissions the important point in all of this you've also achieved ultimately the ability to make sure that it shouldn't end up in landfill so that ability to re manufacture is the other half if you can think about electricity and energy but then the other half of greenhouse gas emissions and how much energy is usually making things whether they are metals or plastics or glass and of course the more complex our products get our solar panels energy storage devices like batteries. You actually need all of those materials so effectively thinking at that level where you can harness all of the existing feedstock that we have not putting it into landfill but seeing it as a resource. That's just waiting to be. Honest is a nice way to think about the connectivity. With climate and of course our ability to remanufactured products it's brilliant. And yes.
Supreme Clientele Radio
"vena" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio
"But i i knew that that was like they didn't. They knew i was up there. I was there for a minute and and then all of a sudden shits. I just like i just kept doing filling. And if you look at those pictures you'll see the last films mad dusty and it's not solid like all the other ones and the reason is because i knew that i was spotted. I knew like i was like i didn't know whether confidence from this route was used. Roofers like ten thousand square feet. So i didn't know where they're gonna come at me from neither come and then all of a sudden as soon as i finished our i just dropped all paint fucking dipped towards the only way i can go. Tim come with details of the story. But i ended up running towards this france and there was a train yard involved in all this stuff and all of a sudden as soon as i dipped flashlights Like popped out on the roof so the cops are all around me on the roof already. They weren't even like but they were. It was such a big rooftop that there were so far for me that they didn't save enough lead time you know and i was young. I was fast. I was i was already and and i dipped out. I got away. You know years. What about So you do you have a lot of old school. Flicks like Album photo albums. I do not. Unfortunately i have some you know but i wish i wish i wish i held onto stuff you know i. I mean desa took a lot of pitchers. Desa has a lot of pitches. Because i gave luckily again. That's a lot of my negatives to. And so i gotta get them from him. I don't i don't have you know. I wish i did though you know. 'cause there was some nice man especially like the ones like at the end of the night. You take like fucking dumb shots of hanging out. Those are the ones. I kinda want the most you know. Because he's not around anymore you know. And he'll be like s. Bring joe motherfucker would go me venus. We'll go rooftops crazy spots in like me and vive covered with dirt painting whatever..
Supreme Clientele Radio
"vena" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio
"Ones are one crazy. One was was Yeah there's a there's a bunch man. i mean how. Much time we got. But i got. I got stories. Today's stories whoever you ran into any other riders bombing owes. I got into. I got into some crazy violence fighting in a nice you know. I don't even wanna get into like mentioning names right has feelings. What about big writers. You ever ran into a big writer like bomb issue. Like oh shit. Like y'all was both bombing. Yeah i wanna tell you because sometimes you said you know i will tell how it is but this is a live audience of people are going to get upset about certain things but But yeah i have. One of my favorite bombs was wealthy We fucking we went down atlantic avenue and we did a lotta stuff on alantic avenue all night and one spot. We did some of those pictures of of all those pictures. That are instagram now. Like of him standing in front of the feelings. Those does from that bomb. And i took all those photos. She knows all my pictures that i shared with people in they leaked out but there was some dope spots that we did with 'cause back yoke alantic avenue has a drug areas man and there was like once by atlantic and logan. I think you know there was like of cryogenics over there and we have spots in that some some some bull man like he was like half our age. At least you know. I was like eighteen at the time was seventeen. Came up to us on a bike and he's like yell at akyol put me up and i didn't save out in the us me of guy. We finished our shin. He was just like sitting there on his little mini bmx. It was like a tiny fucking little mini fucking. Bmx bike. And he's like yo. He's like me on the at the can so so we gave him a campaign. He caught a tag between our feelings and he wrote sydney dog and he was like look out for the spot house. Like i bet. Jerks down the brockton gent. But it you'll see. The pitchers man says sin dog in between our felons and.
Supreme Clientele Radio
"vena" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio
"Over spots because fight over spots Yeah me and ever and turkey do that. We used to fight over spots. Yeah let me let me ask you a question. I'm going to have to pursue i'm gonna have to put you on the spot out of the whole crew. Your whole the whole mta fdr crew. There's a lot of dough st kila heavy hitters. Who has the dopers throwing. you know. it's hard to say because like the snow as dope to me because it's frozen time you know deficit Like his latest stories are so dope. Because they're so roaring graffiti slashes. Throw is one of my favorite stories when i like when i was painting with him. And he busted out that fucking sharp h. I was like dan man. He just fucked up the wall open with that. Yeah i remember that now Everybody had their it. I mean we all have like. I guess you could say we'll have a style. It was like a crew but like everybody had their own little style to you know catch had a nice bubble you know catches throw was little bit iconic with his little like floated like hsen. So if you could only pick one which one would it be you too you could include yourself to. You can pick your own. Should i mean i i really love my throwing. But i'm not gonna put myself out there. You know what it is. I could do my throat with my eyes closed. And i'm not even joking. That people have bombed with me. I like how did you do that without looking at the wall. Because i i'm looking i'm looking right left man. I'm not trying to get arrested for this. You know but. I mean that's always to me i love you know i. I've known him since. Nineteen eighty nine and absolutely devolve and like now. It's got so much fucked. They're all each one is unique. They're all different you know. And it's every he gets it in. You know he sees he. He got relentless street. Bomb lebron's does not need anywhere to go with him. That's what i always i. I always said that. Too man like a the realist. Things that indicates a real deal writer is. If you're down the go down for your crown like you go out by yourself because not a lot of people can do that. A lot of people. It's it's it's it's it's great to go out with people. I'm not taking away from that because it's always dope to have a lookout. It's always fun to be with somebody but when you go out there just by itself right. That's as different. Thank you know because you're alone and you're like there's no one looking out for you. There's no one holding you down. It's just you and and that changes to the stakes a little bit. You know so yeah. I think that that is one of the required being like a long term. You know yeah. Def thank catch to catch doesn't get a lot of credit he deserves. He's this fucking bomber and a wants to. He wants us another one one. he's lower. Yeah exactly like any one of them. Come out whenever they want. Just destroy ship man quick and with nice he said solid ship. Big shit double outline shadows nice and crispy now bullshit in yup. Yeah man does the the level of style and dedication on when you're out there is like this is kind of matched bro. The spots that used to do back to back fill ins on high villains Your a lot of high fill-ins highspots doping this broad dope nece on give. Do you have a favorite bomb that you ever did or or crazy bombed the happened..
Supreme Clientele Radio
"vena" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio
"Yeah like and then like santo in recent those guys like you know like the way they were doing shit. It was so different it was so fresh. You know and and mike because a lot of people painted like a certain thing with a certain drop shadow a certain arrow style you know in those guys came out and they were just like they just erased it and they're like yo. We're doing it this way. We're making an cartoony fund and just a little bit like more fluid. In my opinion you know and it. Just that's what influenced me you know. What about what about the graph today. What do what do you think about a lot of the graph today. There's a lot of grass right now. Man i mean the last year everybody knows new york city got fucking stopped by people that i've never heard of you know and not taken away from them like you know everybody starts out does thank but like five. It's crazy the way. I love it. I love seeing all all the new graffiti. You know. I don't hate name bobby who you see. Who do you see getting up. From the new niggers. There's a lot of people getting up. You know. I don't wanna get into the politics of it. 'cause i don't wanna i see i see you. I see i see you know a couple of seventeen and and and and another person still you know like it's it's beautiful man. It's like wallpaper that the city need boy. Ercolano fit so in the end the paintings by the paintings of franklin ridiculous bro like like college. You like over like that. So i started like a ninety eight. I started getting into the gallery scene at this guy martinez right and he reached out to me through this guy and he was like you. Call my house and you know at the time like i was. I was on felony probation. I was trying. I was like in like a lot of trouble for like some attempted murder shit. I wasn't trying to get trouble and like the vanua was always trying to catch me because luckily at that time you know i was lucky. They have caught me and this guy martinez coma hanson. Because i had moved out like this gallery show. And i would just click. Hang on him because i thought he thought it was the cops trying to set me up. You know. I thought it was like to get me amid who i was kinda thing you know an assignment like third party now like this like you know really you know all right so i went and meet up with him you now and then we started selling. I'm you know. I'm as money and i was like foggy out because i was like. Yeah i just made some money selling graffiti. Like.
Supreme Clientele Radio
"vena" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio
"Kids. These days is like their instagram. Like job fuck you up. But i see you were mad at each other all this shit like but when they see what happens it'd be shit. Go i mean like ehrman. No and honestly i'm glad it changed because if it didn't a lot of us won't be here keep talking about it. Not so now did. When did you start sneaking a serious like from the beginning. You was like you. I'm going to kill you right when you at the time on that train. And you felt the rush. I felt a rush. And i was. But i didn't know like nobody's schools me right. I was around a lot of real writers like deck magnolia said show deemed my cousin. Tr but no-one schooled me norms like. Yeah this is. This is what you gotta do you know. So that was the end of the train era. So like i kinda like stuck to that a little bit. You know like. I was doing a little station shit and i was like they would bring me into the train yard here and there and i would like catch like little tags like under the doors because that's all i can reach you know and and i remember one time they me into them. Yard it I didn't know which one was the third rail and they all ran away from me and they will execute me like well. Don't you don't know which one was that. There rail because i was little kids you know but like pains were were my number one thing when i was little like i really loved them but then when they got cleaned it was like a loose battle. And that's actually why we started. Mta me that certain sense because writing on clean trains a lot when they clean them and we kept right fuck the mta anti turned into a crew then and transferred to the streets and they turned into a different ball game. You know and it was like a whole different environment because going to the trains you're basically you're risking getting into trouble and all that shit but when you on street man you like i heard some of the guys before talking to you.
Supreme Clientele Radio
"vena" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio
"And ask as he was there that day and at the time i wrote pacman. That was my first tech. That was video games shit. Not a lot of people know that that was my day and show let me show was like man. He's like oh you. She's like six lenses man. He's like get arrested time and then like when when when they started like they let the blunt and they're all smoke in the blunt and shit tonight and never smoked up. Before i knew something different they are like super quiet all like eight ten years older than me and then like had the blunt and ask got up in the past it to me show jumped up and started fucking argue with its ship because she was always a little kid man like i felt like i something wrong. You know like. I felt like i was about that time. Whatever situation as you know and honest you know and and look at a man. He's like this. He's like a fucking little gizmo you know and the show was like those he goes like. Oh that's your tag. Because he goes you tack is more he goes. You're right gifts for short. I black book. It was a two page white canvas black book and he did a double page inside cover and he did a ghiz charlene and lisa as his daughter wife's name and he did in nineteen eighty eight and i still have that shit you know. Recall is you have. I was telling me you got it from shoulder. Wonderful as d one of the roughest craziest biggest for bush one of my idols. Who is one of my idols actor. Rest in peace man peace roads. That's a fat. Wow a crazy story row so now it is the early eighties and shit. You got kids or whatever and So who who you coming up with like like like who you around. So at the time i was just the neighborhood toy you know what i was doing. I was just fucking using in pilot markers and you know. My cousin was teaching me how to make fucking mop santa fucking shoot and all that shit you know like and i remember the first time this is when i so so at first it was just like i was like initially like interested because i was like. Yeah i knew something different and it was like but my first addiction. I could tell you my very first time. That i knew i was if the today i straight up i was in houston bench trains right. He's taking on train rides when he babysitting right. And when i was a little kid to me just are looking window cracks. Check the tunnels up being a little kid. Little kid shit we manhattan outside male. I meant when i was a little kid. You know.
Supreme Clientele Radio
"vena" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio
"And thanks for having me. What about you germs. You got anything to say. Thank you for having us on here. You know it's not often that people really want us that you gave us an excuse to actually get on here and kristen talk about this is fantastic. Thank you and then just anybody that all this tons of people that seen the comments. That i can't i'm trying to you know pay attention but there's a million people in here and we got friends all over the place in anybody that knows knows us. They know what kind of people we are. And that's why we have so many friends is thank you to everybody and you know we're going to continue with will all remain friends and keep them thank you for being on graph champs and we're gonna continue on with my brothers we go baby graph chance at the soda levin. Y'all is i first of all. Like i said i just got to give you the proper introduction. Bro this kid right here is what of the dope this month. Focus out of touch when right here to do this of give you his was going on here to express it in on a canvas on a painting on a wall in a trade shock wherever the fuck. You lucky that you've got to witness. Disguise disguise hieroglyphics basically. This is his. Mta bro i salute. Thank you for being on graph. Chance eleven bro. You're heard on me. Thank you for that nice intro. Now you're you're a legend in a game you're fucking art is fucking outstanding and we just want to start from the beginning bro. How how did you get into. Graffiti watch graffiti so when i was around nineteen eighty six. I was eight. My my older cousin used to babysit me. He used to be down with all the faa guys like deck mag. No show deem set all those guys like that generation and like they were older than me and my cousin used to babysit me so they were into graph because it was the eighties. You know like. I was just exposed to it. You know just by being down with them and that's nine thousand. Nine hundred eight shows house in bushwick show. i missed. I was not drugs and shit like that right like i didn't know about it like so you know. My cousin was there and everybody was like only ten years old. It's time and like you know they up a they start like taking the tobacco cigar. And i'm like you know i'm like.
Supreme Clientele Radio
"vena" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio
"Style or a fucking god damn you know above letter with a face in it. My man j. villains. He's a focused. Stop so Again a lot of the names have been. Yeah i i love. 'em cues throw a to that. She was a lot legendary when he rocked the manhattan video out. Give a fuck who you are. That was walking an icon retro right there that's song nine then give credit where credit's due man. Yeah we're lucky that We we had on video. Graph was like the fucking d music and visual trauma graph career while we was coming up. Oh no social media. That was not and you couldn't rob inc. They sold graf magazine. Motherfuckers were hip. The scumbags like us that we're gonna rob timing. I was buying that shit. So i been uber that if i didn't see carson sort on video grab we send me and steal. Everything.
Supreme Clientele Radio
"vena" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio
"Allergies. The nineties is bubbling. There's so much competition but you your crew found just a unique way to stand out bro with all the different spots and then yawning video graph and should like i would. I would watch your part. I would just get everything in gold she apart and keep rewinding in the scene you and gays and half catching tags and this person. That person and i would just keep rewinding because you know these. These nick is like how how is that. It's like how did you how to do that. So so a couple years before that and germs and fuck invented member we were filmed for video grass at lane pieces. And we're all fucking hype and it never fucking made. I guess past the fucking edit review which fucking happy because it was i shit germs. Germs fucking teasing out. Pretty quick but i i was wretched so anyway so i was happy that it didn't make it and then i guess when we were making some noise at a carlin fucking nick data us and they said oh you wanna have you guys and fucking radiographs as you can. Stop me to all my fucking tape back. But anyway we'll do it but on one condition and like. Oh we'll protect your face. I don't give a fucking shit about that. I said. I said we are not doing the fucking back alley of some fucking lost street in long island city. Where the fucking only the teamsters are gonna see. I said we're gonna fucking bomb so don't fuck and say anything about you. Know about this glock or this time we're going to bomb. Don't get away just film away. You know this is. This is ninety four. We don't want to waste a fucking single can on something. That was only going to be the again. I didn't have fucking too much confidence. That he was gonna fucking you know. Make it into the film. So i wanna make sure i'm not wasting the fucking night or the paint so we had some fun and that night there. We're supposed to be some other people with us. But they got fucking bag the night before not not graphics doing some stupid shit. So they didn't make it in. My boy came and he was like the fucking substitute for somebody like rock. As like. don't fucking do in ocilla fucking do some tags tags has and then and then they Then i did it again with web in that where we got fucking chase. Fuck and lily spot because all fucking people lined up in lily's waiting for their fucking you know they're turning and don't throw it..
Supreme Clientele Radio
"vena" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio
"Saturday we go here we go here. We go all baby. This is the legendary achy all rotate guys. All i salute shah looking on one of your biggest fans. And i had to give. Flowers are here for the contributions made to culture that we live. You heard i have a very zahn here and this is the first time i did queen. So it's you guys represent queens. I is personal for me. Go i love you guys. Thank you for coming on fox news. Thank you man. So i'm going to start off first on with with the press slash the general himself. You know he's in the bottom right corner my screen. I guess he's in the bottom right corner. Everybody screen okay so slash bro. You're such a fucking legendary icon from the from the nineties era. Like personally that you don't know how much of impact you have made. Because you're you you don't know how people view you and me as a fan as outsider. It's my book and duty to tell you that this is what you are slash dozing. So we the fans wanna know. We're going to start from the beginning. I wanna know we wanna know. How did you get into graffiti. What's up breaking a long time. Man longtime salute my brother thirty years. Now yeah yeah. I was telling me leo rava. We were all talking about it. I was like jolts. Have these guys. Bless my fucking show is just so is personal for me. 'cause like i said we know each other for thirty years. You know what. I'm saying fucking at tell you i've been asked to be on some interviews. Podcast in a like.
The 29 Minute Mom
"vena" Discussed on The 29 Minute Mom
"When you really wanna just like scream. Sometimes i'll look at the kids anesthetic of going like whatever i'll just got movie star. What either. I'm going to scream and they're gonna be like upset or i'm just gonna make a really funny sound and they're going to laugh and then we all last you know sometimes persist doing something really stupid at everybody. Yeah it's woman moms stupid of course. Yeah i'm probably just like a moron near like pay mommy's just weird but my mom your next look me. My mom is so weird. Well spend so much fun. I wanna make sure people understand that. Your website is loren l. a. u. r. a. n. v. e. n. a. dot com. Because i think the event you're having is not only fun but really important. The book again is called my mom. The best mom ever is on amazon. I'm assuming annual your website at yet on my website amazon barnes and nobles walmart dot com awesome. So keep him. Pick up at walmart for you i will. I really appreciate you coming on and sharing all this fun stuff with us. And i think that Obviously any again on january twenty eighth so that no excited any good time. Yeah we're going to have all of your social media links and stuff in the show notes so that they can find you and follow along and maybe you know. Follow along the book. Do you think you're right another one. It's in the where one. That's the big thing i i. It's it's crazy when you start thinking about the second. And i did made on this one. Start thinking about second. Okay then you have the first one then. You really start with the second. You're like oh god so it's it's in. The process will say that. Yes in the writing process. It's nobody that you called your book. Your your third baby. I remember seeing that on my first kmox like his little there probably like maybe two and five. So you know you handwrite bucks and you have little kids. You have to make time for it. That's amazing because outside leasing. Yeah so best of luck to you get home. They act so really. Appreciate it awesome. We'll have a great twenty twenty one and We'll definitely share this. As soon as it comes out let you know what To with the link is and give it out to all our people mazing thank you again. All right take care. Thanks to everybody. Listening have a great day. Moms will be back again soon with another episode of. Its right nine-minute mom..
The Internet Commoditises Everything - Except Your Ability To Communicate
"Another little insight from gary. Vena chuck probably heard the expression that the internet commodities everything this idea that whatever product services you sell the internet and all the things that live on the internet like social media for example gives you a way to do it but also everyone also to do it. And therefore kamado -tising those products and services that you're selling but where the internet stands out according to gary is in the ability to let those with the ability to communicate to stand out so whatever because there's so many different forms of communication that can work thanks to the internet whether it's a social media thing whether it's video whether it's audio whether it's the written word whether it's pictures whether it's even drawings the internet allows you to communicate at scale and so if you're a good communicator. That will be the key to your success. The kate is exceeding in a world where everything else is. Commoditised is your ability to tell your story your ability to communicate and the kate all that is understanding. What form of communication works. Best for you. Are you good with video. Great vinny a good with audio you good with written word however it works for you. Find the niche for you in terms of communication and stick to that. There's no point forcing yourself to do video if you're not good at it if you're good at writing than that's the way to go the internet will allow you to communicate until your story at scale so the keta communication is understanding. What's the best format fee you to communicating. And even right. Now we're going through this zoom era. Some people are finding that they're actually much better on zoom for example on a live video than they are may be on a recorded video like this. Some people are finding that zoom is unleashing their business because they better in zoom environment more comfortable than they are actually live on stage or the live event in a live classroom so the communication is still evolving with the incident. The key is understanding how you communicate and understanding in that that the internet can commodities monetize. Just about everything but it doesn't come monetize your ability to communicate
Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
St. Clare of Assisi Novena - Day 4
"Annot Vena to Saint Clair Day four. From a letter to intrude of brew. This labor of ours is brief. But. The reward is eternal. Let the noises of the fleeting world and its shadow not confound you. Let the empty spectres of the deceiving world not drive you mad. Shut your ears to the whispers of hell and strong breath down its attempts against you. Willingly bear adverse evils and let provident goods not puff you up. For the one requires faith. The other demands it. What you promised, God faithfully render and he will repay you. Dear Saint Clair. As a young girl, you imitated your mother's love for the poor of your native. Assisi. Inspired by the preaching of Saint Francis, who enthusiastically of his Lord Jesus Lady Poverty. You gave your life to Jesus at Nineteen years of age allowing Saint Francis to cut off your beautiful hair. And Invest You with the Francis can happen. All through your life, you offered your great suffering for your sisters the poor Clare's and the conversion of souls. You greatly aided Saint Francis with his new order carrying on his spirit in the Franciscans after his death. Most of all, you had a deep love of Jesus in the most blessed sacrament which fueled your vocation to love and care for the poor. Please pray for me. But I will seek keep Jesus as my first love as you did. Help me to grow in love of the blessed sacrament. To care for the poor and to offer my whole life to God. Heavenly father. Thank you for the gift of Saint Clair. Through your intercession please here and answer my prayer in the name of Jesus your son. Man.
"The underworld. Today's quote comes from Salvatori profanity. An influential captain in the most famous Colombo crime family based in New York City for fought. She's actions were ruthless but they were necessary to keep the families disputes away from authorities. Nowhere was this sentiment more apparent than in his famous quote. Goodfellas don't sue goodfellas goodfellas kill goodfellas cheese. Father Joe was the original head of the crime family before his death in nineteen sixty two in the years. Following the family was taken over by Joseph Colombo. The younger prophecy never expressed regret over. Not taking over for his father. He knew it was best if he worked outside of the limelight. Things were easier to accomplish in the shadows while Prophet. She never led the family. His role was important in keeping the peace profound. She was known to be a great mediator. Inter family disputes and was called in to squash any problems for example in nineteen ninety two a mob lawyer in Philadelphia named Salvatore threatened to sue a mobster named carmine Franco Avena accused Franko of skimming money off the top of their Waste Management. Racket without telling him as if the accusation itself wasn't enough to stir up trouble. Avena wanted to take the matter to court. Never the best idea for a criminal organization. The fifty-six-year-old flew in to settle the dispute at the behest of the Colombo family Ci Son was also married to a Venus daughter so in addition to helping the crime family he was protecting his own family profonde. She begged Wien not to file a civil suit. Exposing the entire business in front of a judge would lead to more charges against everyone but Avena was steadfast. That's when pro fauci uttered his famous quote to survive the mob. You had to avoid the courts. This wasn't how things were run instead. Violence was the law of the land. Profonde she didn't want Vena killed. He was family but if he didn't relent. That would be the only way forward. It took some more working over but Avena down. He and Franco settled their deal out of court weeks. Later the problem was federal officials. Had bugged. Evine is office. Every word of his conversation with Prof Archie was heard and some of prophecies comments were used to pin his men on a slew of charges. It was the biggest and most ironic slip up of his career. But he himself ultimately didn't face prosecution he was able to retreat back into the shadows just the way he liked it after a few more years of peacekeeping by the early two thousands prof
The Emma Guns Show
Feel Good Habits with Jordan Samuel
"If they're another habit before I to he question super easy but honestly for me and I don't know about you or anybody else but Vena former dancer loving music and for me. My like outlet used to be even jogging on the treadmill doing the elliptical with headphones and listening to good music or even taking Zuma class but is it does not have to be a structured workout. It doesn't have to be anything on the computer but putting on music on a speaker in your headphones like I'm watching my husband right now. He has his headphones listening to good music. But listen to good music and just dance around. Move your body. Just I mean movement. In general we know is a great habit. A great thing for buying absolve skin everything but Put that music on while you're cooking dinner dance around have fun. Just have your own dance party. Honestly have your own damn dance party because it's so good. It's so good for your body. It's so good for your mind and I just think that I can't imagine people and I'm sure some people are in there blasting their music in their indoors but it seems like things are quieter at least around here in Seattle quiet. I don't hear music in the building. I don't hear music outside. All here is the news which is not great so good uplifting music dancing around and just like work at help. I've got a business idea. Iffy house policy the APP. Yes went don't party with Jordan. Samuel would be in that party and also I've done view these interviews now and what's really struck. Me Is how people are saying that the skin care routine is always a good habit but is something that they then looking at it in the same way as they were so what used to be. Maybe perhaps quite functional all I want to do that. I want to use this to get this result. It's now definitely becoming more of a pampering experience and I wondered whether you've changed that as well well for me being in the skin-care World I've always made it a superpower inexperience. Also because it's whether I'm trying a new product out from our lab or my lying or from another line or from friends line or something like that. I've always really used it as I'm also a big believer in facial massage so I do take time in my routine anyway But yeah that routine is happening like clockwork morning tonight. Because that's reminding like Goto but I'm happy. I'm happy to see the people. Yeah are are sort of also seeing the point in everything they're Using I think by having to be more pampering having it slowdown a bit having More self care they can look at each product and see its function instead of sort of like. You said I mean yes functional. But sometimes it's just use X Y and Z. Because you've been told to use X Y and or because you but now to really look at what each thing is doing what it's bringing and And if it's serving a purpose for you do
The Evolution of ML and Furry Little Animals
"You are listening to talking machines Catherine Gorman Lawrence and Neil. We are again taping an episode in front of a live audience digitally recorded though on on talking machines. And if you want to be part of our live. Studio audience big quotes. You can follow us on twitter at Ti Okay. N. G. M. C. H. S. Or hit us up on the talking machines at gmail.com and our guest today for this interview on talking. Machines is Dr Terence. Annouce key doctors and thank you so much for taking the time to join us today. I really appreciate it Great to be here so we ask all of our guests the same question I. How did you get where you are? What's been your academic and industrial journey. You're also very involved in the reps conference. Tell US everything well. A wise man once told me that careers are only made retrospectively and I have no idea how he got here. There was no plan. It went through a sequence of stages starting with graduate school at Princeton in theoretical physics. From there when I finished that I for reasons that have to do with the field of physics. At the time which was a little bit more bummed I went into neuroscience so that was a post doc and then from there that's when I met. Geoffrey Hinton and had changed my life because we met him at a small seminar here in San Diego and set nineteen seventy nine. We hit it off and From that over the next few years you know blossoms the the Boehner Sheen and back prop and you know. The rest was history. Terry who you post talking with where you post talking in San Diego no no. This was a post doc at Harvard. Medical School in the Department of Neurobiology with Stephen Kofler who was widely considered to be the founder of modern neurobiology and It was an experimental post. Doc I actually recorded from neurons. Subic seventy nine. You mentioning physics. It was a little bit more bond a in some sort of connection modeling. That was also a very quiet period. That wasn't a lot going on it. Was this sort of age of classical. Ai Right you're absolutely right. This was in fact. It was the neural network winter. The seventies and it was primarily because of the failure of the perception. That's neat because you say failure of the percents on I read about that a lot. Do you really did fail. All was the men's ski paper little. What the mid ski books are in Minsk. Eighty books have killed it but was it a fair representation. Well you know it's interesting. I think that that's the myth that that book killed it but I actually think that there are other things going on and and Rosenblatt had died as well which seems pretty significant. Yes well He. He was a pioneer. But you have to understand that digital computers were regally primitive back. Then you know that even the most expensive you know the biggest computers you could buy. Don't have the power of your wristwatch today. Rosenblatt actually had to build an analog device. It a million dollars in today's dollars to build a analog device that had potentially otters driven by motors for the weight sums the learning. Wasn't it potentially because you know digital computers? Were good at logic but they were terrible. Doing a floating point is amazing so he built that at Cornell. Right that's right yeah Funded by the owner. Any case by by the time that we were getting started computers was the vaccine era. It was becoming possible. Do Simulations You know they were small-scale by today's standards but but really meant we could explorer in a way that Frank Rosenblatt couldn't so what you're saying around the perceptual and so just forbid of context for Central and sixty one. Is that right? It was fifty nine. I think it was the book but you know it was in that era of early sixty zero and so then there's this period where the digital computer actually wasn't powerful enough to do much and then digital kind of overtook and divinity but these analog machines would just now impractical from a point of view of expense. So you're saying it's less the book and more of a shift to the Digital Machine. That in those early days wasn't powerful enough to simulate the perception. Yes so I I have you know. I have a feeling that history will show that A. I was like the blind man looking under the Lamppost. His keys and someone came along and said where did you lose your keys He said well somewhere else. But this is the only place right can see. I was reading Donald BACI quote. I recently At the beginning of his book about the I which is just a fascinating area and I guess he spent a lot of his career and he did work in in the wool on radar and he was talking about the Radio Club. Which is these early Cybernet assist and the potential of the analog or digital computer to be what represented the brain and his perspective was he. He was sure it wasn't a digital computer and he wasn't sure it was an analog computer either and he thought it was kind of somewhere in between but it feels like that in between is what you're saying is that was the difficult bit to look and perhaps a police were able to look now. That's right I you know. It's I think it's being driven. This is true all science that what you cannot understand is is really determined by the tools that you have for making measurements for doing simulations in it's really only this modern era that has given us enough tools both to make progress with understanding how the brain works and also with a because of the fact that we have a tremendous amount of power now but just to go back to that early era. I think you know I once asked L. Annual you know who is at Carnegie Mellon and it was a time when Geoff Hinton was an assistant professor and I was at Johns Hopkins and I you know he was at the first fifty six meeting at Dartmouth or a I was born and I I said well. Why was it that you didn't look at the brain and for for inspiration and he said well we did. But there wasn't very much known about the at the time to help us out so we just had make doing our own and he's right. That was a era. You know the the fifties was kind of the the beginning of what we now understand about the signals in the brain. Actually potential synoptic potentials. So you know in a sense. What what he was saying was that we basically use the tools we have available the time which was basically computers but what they were good at. What were they good at? They were good at logic at rules. A binary programming. So that you know that was In a sense they were forced to do that. That's a really. WanNa come back to nine hundred seventy nine in a moment but this is an interesting context to that because of course. Vena initially was someone who spread across. Both these areas of Norbert Vena who was at mit founded cybernetics spread across both these areas of the analog and digital he did his PhD thesis on Russell and Whitehead's book but one thing I was reading about recently is there was a big falling out between Vina. I'm McCulloch Pitts. And it's sort of interesting. That Vena wasn't there at the I. E. T. in fifty six and I sometimes wonder was that more about personalities and wanting this sort of old guard to stay away because you always feel veto with someone who who bridge these worlds it. You know that's the fascinating story. I actually wrote a review of a book about Warren McCulloch came up. They were friends. They actually had had been friends yet. It has something to do with their wife's. Yeah I think the lifestyle McCullough was not line with its a side story but but I guess the point you're making which I think is an I'd like us to take us back to seventy nine and the meeting with Jeff is and I think that that's true. Despite the story between humans the real factor that drove things then was the sudden available at a t of increasing cheap digital computer. And no longer the need to do this work that Rosenblatt and McCain and others had done having to wire together a bunch of analog circuits. That you couldn't reprogram to build system. Yeah I think that was a dead. End It for the very reason you gave. Which is that you know you. It's a special purpose device. That isn't good for anything else. And and really if you're trying to explore you need the flexibility of being able to try many ideas and that's in that really is a digital simulation allows you to
The Promise and Forgotten Journey by Silvina Ocampo
"Of the joys on the path of a reader is seeing a name that you see for years and years. Who is this person as we know today? This person who we hear of and don't know is likely to be a woman who's been neglected. This woman Safina. Oh compo was considered to be one of the great unknowns of South American Literature. She worked with or who we spore his when he was putting together his collection of fantastic literature working on that anthology as well was her husband. Cassavetes who wrote a book that Voorhis praised very highly the invention of Morrell. I read born face and Casado race as a young man but until recently I had never read much to my discredit savina Ocampo. Now I can say in my defense. The two of her books a novel and a book of Stories have just been translated and published by city. Lights press many people know city. Lights Bookstore do you also know that froing getty has oppress attached to that bookstore? Yes there is a press and they have published Safina Compost Forgotten Journey which is a book of short stories. But if I am not giving away too much the forgotten journey is the journey out of the womb into the world. This is a journey. None of US succeed in remembering completely. He did not remember it or face. He saw that. Silvino aqap ball had the gift he said of clairvoyance and so now. We have to thrilling books. Forgotten Journey a book of her short stories and I mean the longest is six pages and then a novel called the promise and we say an awful because it is probably the longest thing she wrote. But it's fairly a hundred pages. I have three translators here who have been working on Silvino compo and they are just some of the translators who are working on Silvino Compo. Because she's about to be the discovery that we have all been waiting for. It's very exciting. And one of these translators is the marvelous Suzanne Joe Levin who goes by the name June. Wien many of you will know as soon as I tell you that. She has translated. Cabrera Infanta. Julio Cortazar Carlos Fuentes Man will tweak Severo Saad we hand Buick Assad Race. And she's translated a great deal of poetry more than forty book on translations she is the dean of Spanish South American literature and translation with her are to people who've been her students and who worked with her on each of these two books. Jill how did you come to know? Savina OCAMPO's work well I came to know Selena. Compost work Because I had the good taste and look to make amazing Literary critic when I was very young New York name a mirror years ago and he with him I was down in Argentina and Together we went to the House of Combo They were married. They were married and so I met them for the first time but of course I had already heard of them because I studied Latin American literature in college and And I was at graduate school that time so but getting to meet. These people was like so exciting. You know it's sort of like meeting Gods When you're a student you're studying. These people like absolutely amazing. Did you also meet for his? At that time. I actually met him the year before because he was brought to yell to give a lecture and evolve bone. Was there also Savino Campbell about whom we're speaking being cassavetes and all who were triumvirate of sorts? Once they married for fifty years he continued to be their dinner guest and You know he as I said. He said of her that she was clairvoyant. She didn't take many photographs. She did not like to be photographed when you see a picture of Safina or Campo. It's not unusual for hands to be crossed in front of her face and if fast if she were going to this or that party she would sing with this ugly face. Jessica Powell use started to read Cedar Fina under the direction of Jill Levine. Yes I was first introduced to Selena's work many years ago in a translation seminar that I took with Jill when I was a graduate student at UC Santa Barbara and after that class ended Jilin. I decided to collaborate on a novella which was actually the only work that Silvino Compo and her husband Blake Assad wrote together and so it was lower haight which is fantastic and we co translated it. And after that Jill and I started talking about you know Oh wouldn't it be wonderful to translate more of Selena's works and so then in Katie a? New Young came on the scene and she's completing her doctorate and her dissertation is in part on Compo Katie's Latif John worked on the translation of forgotton journey. A book of short pieces. There has been also. I don't want to confuse anyone a book of poetry from the New York review books as well as another book covering the entire spectrum of So Vena or Campos pros. I've found my own beginning point. Were these two thrilling little books. Let's here who would like to read a section of Savino Compo? Who'd like to go start with the first black? I can read a section of the Olive Green Dress. The first paragraph from journey forgotten journey. The very first book of Savino Gone Full. Let's hear the first paragraph of the Olive Green dress the olive green dress. The display windows stepped forward to greet her. The only reason she had left the House that morning was to go shopping. Miss Hilton blushed easily her skin translucent as a waxed paper like those packages who's wrappings reveal. All that's inside but beneath such transparencies where the thinnest layers of mystery behind the branching veins growing a little tree over the surface. She was ageless unjust when one noticed the deepest wrinkles on her face or her long white braids. It was possible to catch an unexpected glimpse of her youth in some childlike gesture. Other times she seemed to have the smooth skin of a young girl and light blonde hair precisely at the moment when she looked as if old age had caught up with her. The first paragraph of a very short story called the Olive Green Dress as I read. The stories seem to escape from me as I moved forward in them. There's a strange quality of presence and absence coal joint as she writes. It's quite extraordinary and this first paragraph. Because it's so zigzag you know I I saw it begins with a very odd sentence received like awkward. How could display windows stepped forward to greet you of course? That's that's very surrealist element of you. Know which was the time she was writing in but you know she she young as she old. It's like going from a woman's You know perception of herself but you were talking about how she felt about. She looked I mean. I thought this is kind of interesting example now. Above of that of of those issues and so as very twisty this is Jill Levine. Who is perhaps the Guardian Angel of these three translators bringing savina Ocampo's writing into our present
Front End Happy Hour
Tech Lead Engineer: Herding Cats & Drinks
"We often talk about our growth path as engineers. One of those pass could be attack need engineer in today's episode. We're joined by I Tony Edwards to help talk with us about the role and responsibilities of a tech lead engineer. Tony can even brief introduction of who you are what you do and in what your favorite happy hour beverages sure I'm Tony. I'm a Sophomore Inter net flicks. I spend about twenty percent of my time coding favorites vagrancy my favorite happy hour beverage is a Manhattan Bliss. You're eighty percent of your time. Doing I help run. Projects and attend meetings readings all right okay interesting. We will definitely be getting into more on that before we do. Let's give introduction of today's panelists jam. You're started off Jamyang senior software engineer Netflix Stacy London senior front and Engineer Atlassian and also a feature lead for the last year plus on a project which isn't discussed later. I'm definitely curious on that High Mars Julian. I'm a front end software engineer at AIRBNB so a little different than nomad had lost and yet. I'm not a netflix anymore. So I'm a little bit sad yeah a little bit sad and I'm Ryan Burgess. I may suffer engineering manager at Net applets in each episode of the Front Unhappy Our podcast. We loved choose a keyword. If it's mentioned it all in the episode we will all take a drink. What do we decide today's keyword. It is projects so we say the word project projects new all take a drink her. Let's jump in. How would you describe what attack lead role engineer love listening listening like that out of attending meetings the little writing code some architect? Ing squishy socks thing softens architect teens not necessarily really soft yeah. It's not but ultimately gotta lean on your fellow engineers but it's important that you set so the broad strokes folks so a lot more like planning and off front work but then letting other engineers run with something yeah you gotTa Transfer People for sure all right anything else that odds that definition. I think it's an interesting I did ask for definition in the first place because I think every company will execute it very very differently and so it's interesting to hear obviously everyone's perspective here. I think we all have a slightly different definition in mind where the like coating to sort of management management ratios might be very very different depending on where you work. I think that's a fair point is they're completely different. Depending on the company say a lead engineer sewing that is honest honest with themselves about the amount of coding they do. Tony said Yeah. I feel like your son no matter what as a tech lead you're likely coating less. I think in general is engineers in years. We overestimate how much coding we do like Oh. You're you're seeing yourself engineering. It's cutting your your pilots seventy eighty percent of the time and it's probably more like sixty percent of the time we we we got a lot of meetings yeah. I I do think as you become more senior and more complexity of your role that grows hashing that's really funny as your coating actually goes down. That's definitely the way I've seen it in in my house yeah and I like put enough. I've had a conversation with our director about this much. Hey you know I it turns out. I'm starting most of my time. I'm doing network which is like writing. Docs meetings and organizing people in wrangling different projects and like. I don't feel like I'm doing my job. He's like that. Is Your job like your job to get stuff done. No matter what it takes sometimes coating more often than not it's not coating and that's kind of what lead engineers do by the way for the word projects as Mars for wholeness countable thin sharp. I think so I mentioned Fisher lead with the introductions and that's a role. I guess I really haven't heard of that particular. Taylor role until I got to a LASSEN and it's not official like role as in like senior engineer and like a future leader or anything like it's an addendum addendum. It's like a thing that you do as senior or you actually be any level and do that particular role but it's like somebody that let's say you take a team. That's pretty big and you break them up into smaller. smaller teams to work on a particular feature so like maybe on on screen. There's like some small. thing like you're building. They are a card that does X. That's a feature you feature lead it and what that really means. You're trying to help the product manager and the designer figure out anything that needs to happen to get that done from like the technical side so they're gonNA define. Maybe what the product manager and the designer according to define like you know what is and what it should look like and you're gonNA figure out the how and it doesn't mean that you wouldn't figure out how with let's say let's say you're on a future team and you have other senior engineers or junior all levels that you're working with. They're gonNA also figure out how to build this thing but you might run interference or maybe make make it so they don't have to go otas many meetings as you do about the technical implementation. see figure stuff out. Maybe a little bit more so that they can just like go and bills and and not have to be distracted too much. I think that's that's one way to think about it. A switch that up by future too is meaning is you could be the the lead on this feature and insulin so it could be on the lead on the next feature like is it something that's kind of interchangeable totally on insult for the last year more than like a future lead on a huge each screen Bisley redoing the entire poll request experience and that is a massive thing. That's like many many many many many features and actually actually to be honest it was it was too much that was me like almost never coating and doing a lot of like interference in all sorts of stuff and recently. We decided to break that up so now we we have many feature lead. You know people from different levels not all senior. I'm just taking over and owning a little piece of that page in working through plus really Likud. I didn't actually know to feature lead was but it sounds very similar to like attack lead lead engineer whatever it is it's very similar but is very narrow focus on on this particular feature year leading this ever yeah. It's really cool. I think another area that we miss maybe defining on how to describe attack lead. They feel like you're dealing a lot more with cross functional teams. I feel like as an engineer. You're always working really closely with your team. Maybe maybe you're working with the PM the designer but oftentimes there's other requirements come across cross functionally. There's like other engineering other disciplines that need to be brought brought in and you might be that person on goes in Shepherd's that and brings a technical perspective to it. He drew clarify cross functional for those who don't speak Silicon Valley. I don't know if it's is just silicon valley but I've not heard that too much. Okay that's fair. I mean cross functional to me means different functions of the business so that might actually be like like I mentioned PM design but it could also be even cross functional engineering teams. There's like A. Ui Team is a back end team Thurs networking team. There's like who knows what your project needs but you might actually be involved in a lot of those discussions where you're talking about okay how does the the back in interface with the Ui how does the backend interface with a database and those are the types of conversations where I feel like a tech lead might be involved. It's some of those meetings that you may not. I have to have all your engineers involved in like if you're a front end engineer you may not want your entire team there but you wanNA representative and to me that someone who is tackling exactly that can represent your team in those discussions that are broader function of the Costume Sean seeds that good jump. That's okay. I'll take it a home uh-huh affair all right well since it's okay. How could you make it better. I would simplify it right I would I would say it comes as different parts of the business that may not be. It's more than one product area so start with you. Did I think you compile all right now. That was project. Project Project Tares when you're a tech lead. You're the ambassador for engineers and you may be the first point of contact that he was ever had with with your team and so it's really important to make really good impression and if you're trying to get something done obviously that's why you're at a meeting with. This person is really important. He said good context high. Make make sure to explain why what you're doing is important because why should why should they help you. You gotTA show them. Show them the lights instead of make them light. It's very you can get people to do what you want by making them do what he wants or from top down. Maybe you can depend on organization do a top down thing but much better to get them to buy into there. You have to convince people that this is a great idea. That's like psychology right like that's that's like that's. I think what's been interesting choosing to about some of the definitions of this very outward facing and there's a lot of metal work involved but there it's been alluded to before here like internally also at least looking internally within your team. engineers are really really good resources for decision making so we've talked architect eating and making decisions based on unlike technologies to move forward with given the long term context in the projects cutoff line. I think there is external and internal responsibilities as house while put yeah. I guess what kind of skills like we kinda talk about some of the responsibilities but like what kind of skills goes into Vena technically you have. I've been around the block engineering wise. You have to see and you have to have failed. You have to have succeeded. You'll have to have done something of a biggest cope before I I like the failure part because you really do learn from all your past failures of like these are the types of questions. I need to ask front so that my team doesn't fail again. I if you don't if you haven't had that experience you might get engineers that are in that that team that you're on there like this is amazing technical challenge. I can't wait to go down a rabbit hole and work on this thing forever and you're like man. Maybe that there might be a different solution. That doesn't happen before I like the I've been around the block that is added to your point failure that is such a big part is like learning what not to do just as important as learning what you should
How Does Sugar Affect Your Skin?
"Today's episode is all about the way that sugar affects. She skidded yea. May I just Do you scoffed a big travel before the nice kind of gin and tonic on the go so we are so mingun. We we practice what we pray is like when we did the episode on alcohol and widely before we pissed. I we pitched put logic tone it down a well essentially we will researching something else weren't we and we came across the fact that apparently sugar is just really bad voice skin and I wasn't necessarily aware how how it would affect you. I thought it would be one of those things where it's like. It's not good fiercer. It's just inflammation Blah. Blah Blah Blah is such is so much more than that so complicated as an yeah than what you decide later. I'm not sad you explain later yeah so it's basically a process called. Glock Asian which we have briefly touched upon him in a previous this episode but we figured that we could do a full APP kind of based around that I think is quite interesting. This CPR interest in yeah definitely so we're going to run through the effects of a high sugar diet on skin what Greg Haitian isn't Halloween takes how should not change just a chemical might befall cells cells and then waste fight it so. Would you like to start aims. Gonave looks quietly into having high sugar diet. Yes so I'm just GONNA look in general roll out. How your skin reactive you do have a high sugar diet so the swan excess sugar in your bloodstream what you just said it causes glaciation and like we just mentioned y'all. You're going to go into this a little bit more later in a nutshell this is basically a natural chemical reaction which happens when the sugar levels in your bloodstream spike beyond were aw insulin can handle yeah if you are diabetic. You'll probably know Alaba this anyway or if you know somebody who's diabetic you understand what like spikes spikes insulin levels and that kind of thing means but essentially body can handle a certain amount It's a very individual thing but there's a lot of people who are diabetic after look the glycemic index of food or drink ozone and figure out whether it's going to balance them out or whether it's going to be too much for them or whether they need it's bring them back up so as a safe or a healthy blood sugar level and like we said. I'm going to speaking about that a little bit later by just thought my aunt that people might already understand John. Without mains. Yes so I'll let you go into cash. I've a few notes on a poor. Yeah we rock paper scissors all night long for the traces precision explaining it to me yes so essentially glaciation is when you say this an excessive sugar in your blood screen blitzkrieg. God help screen and you bloodstream it causes a process called which is a chemical reaction within our bodies. He's that happens when we spike are interesting can handle and essentially just creates a situation in yourselves whereby the sugar touches to the collagen Jim Protein and then it stops it from forming a strong structure so it makes you am super wrinkly basically just means means that you you collagen cells gone before us in family would and can every up we talk about how important college and it is important to keep it healthy and yeah and and something that you can do obviously take collagen supplements. We looked into that didn't win and we were like said in the last APP baffled pleasantly surprised yeah that it did actually work like said before. We've we look at loads of papers and stuff you picking off your godly twenty five pound. A nail picks up in the morning. Oh God of warnaco longest. She's right now picking off a jails and struck me to the joke on the floor screw anyway yes so the Asian takes it starts to show kind of at the age of thirty to thirty five issued a high sugar diet and essentially wants your cells under the process of Glide Keisha and there's a new I use substances created and thus of disrupts the mall so is actually something is called an age which is quite appropriate because it makes you skin look aged am boy. It's they advance graduation end products and it's just really destructive site just breaks down the last in degrades Collagen. an like we said that is walks. What's key to making sure the ISKIN supply and fences loads of things we can do to protect those proteins and having a high sugar diet is just really bad for your Well well really bad. Few Salvos obviously is not good for you and it's worth me saying now as well that when we're talking about sugary diet we're not talking about naked a bag of haribo unlock. Vena home a coke install yeah because they are sugary. Obviously they do need to avoid them book. If you have a really high diet in fruit and vegetables and obviously quite love Veg- is quite Karbi fruits quite Karbi that breaks down into sugar if they're quite sugary anyway that she natural sugars so if you sat listening thinking. Oh yes fine because I live a refined sugar free diet and that's still not really gonna do everything because chances are you probably just making up three refined sugar uh-huh by adding more fruit sugar on naturally occurring sugars and that's still a problem am now in terms of what occasion looks like you know when you see and I'm going to say an old an age on it but when you see wrinkles they all just kind of lines in one direction so they're like the not horizontal her is on the not vertical ever like dry sand in the desert yeah it it basically looks at cross hatched wrinkles said the skin isn't sagging being and it's not wrinkly. It's kind of both so it just looks like I don't know I'm looking at my knuckles right now and you see how because he's obviously they move in all different ways. You've a lot of lines running across your calls. looks like over your whole body so it's not just your face aces like your arms especially chest and like a for a woman steria and it happens quite a lot hands well especially when you have a loved. Sun Damage because that we set some damage and the free radicals caused by UV Navy be race breaks down Collagen cells as well so over time and this is why it kind of starts peak about thirty the if you'll start to notice it because it's not just the guy -cation so it'd be guy -cational sun damage it'll just be general aging anyway lack of the right vitamins any skin skin or lack of your body produce in highly acid and that kind of thing but have looked into a little bit about how you can fight guy -cation. If you would like me to go into that Kgo am so we are going to talk about expoliation in a couple of episodes time boats Ph as something I wanna go into took a poly hydroxy acid and is really gentle exfoliating or cycles of a B H h alpha or B. Two hydroxy acids. This all sounds very confusing but trust me. I WANNA try and make it simple is really good at helping fight any of the signs of aging through Keisha and but in terms of Dui -cation what you can do is you can live a low glycemic index indexed diet so you want to be in slow releasing carbohydrates like Brown bread able white bread. No sometimes we put up with care about the calories but there's just a lot more sugar in white bread than there is Brownback bread so it will stop inching levels from spike in and then go over the threshold for what your body can actually handle because that's that was soon as you go over. Dot Thousand Locations starts to happen and so there's another thing that you can take. It's called con seen if you go to the gym cry allow you take supplements for the GM a lot of people or bodybuilders or people trying to build Moso will take Elkana scene and that AH really useful for repair muscle so he's on a very cellular level e Cantate Casino L. Cost Nine. Don't I did look into the differences between the an AH couldn't find anything that really made sense to me to relate on here book of essays during the similar thing so it's helping to repair anything if you start taking cau- aw colonising then you might notice a difference in your skin but like said this takes a long time to happen so if you want into go if you're into supplements and I would suggest carnoustie because it's could risk in any way and then I read that if you take vitamins B one B six. They're really good for as as well so essentially they all worked together to get in there and breakdown that protein so you know I was talking about their advance Caucasian and yet products dot is a protein eighteen breaks the Collagen and lasted. If you'd have these vitamins might coniston and things like that it will it will go in and it will try and kill the age so a- as soon as you start to kill that then you lesson you Collagen bill back up again and beal healthy and super quickly be one vitamin B. One is phoned in chickpeas summon potatoes which is great for me because I do level of. Am A CHICKPEA and summon Corey be six is found in polk sunflower seeds and wheat germ so no could have fun of pork are usually all. Could you make a sexually free poll. I mean to make his own sexual. Weird is a nice word that you don't you don't want pork. I'm sure you're going to gross tomorrow autozone. NFL So little store here Charlie doesn't e- Any me she panics harian aside chicken anya yeah so you still eat chicken. Can you still want yeah so she's been given up. She's giving up pork for like as long as deep without Habana. Yes so Alex's parents donahue. Don't who if ever you go round she'll make some knows yeah well. It's the it's the fact that I'll around to Alex's house in his mom is like pro- Wpro like she even has airbnb is like she runs Rhone Airbnb so much of a fantastic Hoshi as so now she knows that basically basically I just eat fish and chicken. She will make a fish dish a chicken dish and often then she'll make something different like beef or pork or Lama weather weather for everybody else so I used to love a hog roast and there's a whole grossed thing happen tomorrow and you're going to go no but the problem is I know the Alex's mom wouldn't be asked if a bit of the pork because they were my favorite however number one soon as see the pig on a stick. I'm probably going to be like a company that and number two. She always makes an effort to to not give me pork. If I went in eight she'd be like she could eat quite easily be like I didn't need to use the effort because if you can eat now than you
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
At Day at the Colonial Downs Racetrack
"Welcome to the forum presented by red brand fence here on the horse racing radio network mike penner judy feld that's barron and pontiff together again and for the very first time in the roughly fifteen year history of the horse racing radio network we say welcome to colonial downs in virginia the very first time we've had the privilege to be here and it is a gorgeous morning a gorgeous evening on tap as well for the running of the virginia oaks and the virginia derby. It's going to be a special day here at colonial downs and j._t. This <hes> this race track right now just a wash in sunshine. There are horses training on that main track the racist tonight many of them going to be contested on that gorgeous emerald green turf course. We're overlooking the paddock area here. Here couldn't be any more perfect for our first trip to colonial down yeah. It's just a picture perfect day and we got <hes> some horses training on the track and everybody ready <hes> here so excited about the day we had several people that work here come by and see if they can help us in any way and <hes> everything's just the pristina vena looks great. The track is in great shape. And what a beautiful day yeah can't beat this whole area this racetrack if you've never ever had the opportunity to be here put it on your bucket list. It is located in new kent county virginia which is kinda midway between richmond and williamsburg. There's a lot of history history here to. I'm going to tell you a little story about that here. In just a minute but <hes> it opened in nineteen ninety seven september first to be exact it hosted both thoroughbred and harness racing thoroughbred racing was stopped here at colonial in two thousand thirteen because of a dispute between track management in the horsemen's groups go figure right that never happens happens in course racing harness racing halted one year later and then in two thousand eighteen virginia enacted a law to allow historical racing racing machines here at the race track and they now have a <hes> the racing machines here they have different gaming facilities here at the racetrack and shortly afterwards the track was purchased by revolutionary racing debt group is from chicago they formed the colonial down group in thoroughbred racing was resurrected resurrected. If you will resumed here on august eighth of this year and <hes> everybody not only in the industry but everybody here in the state of virginia excited have racing back colonial downs yeah well. It's been a place where people have really enjoyed coming to rayson and <hes> you know now that it's back there such an excitement. Even you know you're in town. People are talking about going to the races. They're putting on tremendous programs here. <hes> not only the the horse racing side but doc concerts and that kind of thing. They've got a lot of action at this facility so it's <hes> it's nice to see it being restored to its former glory and our friend. <hes> jill burn is a big part of that. She'll be on a little bit yeah. I had the chance yesterday to <hes>. Take a little walk with my my wife michelle. We had a little downtime through. All of our show prep done in. You're on the air with xpress radio so we took a ride and check out some of the
NPR's Business Story of the Day
World Bank Contest Aims To Help People Who Lack Proof Of Identification
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from CFA society. Washington DC does your wealth manager measure up a CFA charter holder. Does they have the investment expertise to unlock opportunities? Other advisers might not see learn more at the right question dot org. What can you do without your ID think about that? Because around the world billion people do not have any form of official identification that can prevent them from getting access to public services like health care or opening a Bank account. Darrien woods from NPR's planet money podcast tells us about a contest Dow change that half of the one billion people without ID come from five countries, India, Nigeria Pakistan, Ethiopia and Bangladesh. There are a few main reasons why people tend to not have I d I is cost rolling out. National ID is expensive nixed. Legal barriers like women Bod from applying for I. Themselves in countries like Pakistan, and then trust some people don't want. The government tracking them often for good reason. But by Johnny Desai of the World Bank says getting an IT can really improve someone's life if done right? We need to build trust in the system. We don't want forms of ID that can be harmful Desai's sit up the sort of shock tanks style pitch contests cold mission billion, how do you really leverage technology to solve some of these great problems like lack of identification? But while also mitigating against some of the potential risks like on privacy and data protection. Contestants from all around the globe came to the World Bank headquarters in Washington DC last week to pitch their ideas, digital ID's is an issue. That is arrived. We're we're joined right now by her Majesty Queen maxima of the Netherlands in a room over one hundred people some of them were hit sits to listen. Different languages. Can. We have a look at your. I d I know among the entries. There was a way of securely sharing your address online. There was a web based platform that lets you take control over how your daughter is used to even a game code ID land one consistent. Toby Norman, he sits off to the side. He's getting ready to pitch his idea to solve the trust problem. Give a pre pitch ritual. I usually try and take four really really deep breaths Vig as I can go Norman runs, a nonprofit called sim prints sim prince makes fingerprint scanners to register people for health services. But in Bangladesh, he hit a snag. How do you actually get genuine form consent from somebody who said maybe three to five years of education in their entire lives? He's made it into the final six for this World Bank. Contest. Welcome Toby on the stage. He explains how he and his team came up with a tool to use audio recordings of trusted local leaders to ask the consent rework Hyun is from the university designed a layered consent approach the pitch is received. Well, then the other finalists one idea was even developed by the inventor of the worldwide web. And after all six pitches is. Vena seem prince. Uelmen and his team win. The prize is fifty thousand dollars. But more importantly, it means attention, the governments of Rwanda and Uganda have reached out to Noman that's on top of the twelve countries. He and his team already working with Darren woods in via news.
WSJ What's News
Reviewing the Year in Cryptocurrency
"It's been a tumultuous year for crypto currency bitcoin which turned ten and twenty eighteen sauna specially precipitous decline from its peak of nearly twenty thousand dollars at the end of twenty seventeen to under four thousand at the end of twenty eighteen joining me now in our studio to review the year in cryptocurrency as Wall Street Journal reporter, Paul Vena, Paul we've spoken a lot over the past year about bitcoin, and especially the decline in price. Twenty eighteen has been a tough year for bitcoin to say, the least it was not as fun as 2017 certainly not twenty eighteen really should not have been much of a surprise to people. I mean, if you look at what drove 2017 it was it was a mania. It was a mania around this new fundraising method, call the ICO the initial coin offering which is where these startups could create a digital token and sell it to the public. You had the concurring. Aren't dynamic of the fact that bitcoin prices and fear him either. Which is one of the other big cryptocurrency, the prices of bitcoin and Neath were both rising. So you had people who had a lot of of musing air quotes, you know, paper prophets digital paper. Whatever you wanna call it the value of their holdings was going up. But there really wasn't much. Do it. There's still not much you can do with bitcoin either or any cryptocurrency. So they had these sort of paper profits nothing to do with them here. Come these ICO's, these sort of, you know, very speculative very risky projects. But their projects their investments nonetheless that you could fund with bitcoin and ether. So people threw money into it. And in two thousand seventeen that becomes this sort of self reinforcing cycle, and that's what drove prices so high. The problem was that ninety nine percent of those projects were nothing. But on paper ideas, there was no product. There was no revenue there were certainly no history of operations. These were all basically seed stage companies that were getting. What really was mature private company capital raisings? So the whole thing was just top heavy overloaded, a not fundamentally balanced not fundamentally sound. It was obvious that in two thousand eighteen unless unless you know, most of these projects immediately hit the ground and had products and revenue. It was obvious that this was all going to reverse and indeed it all did reverse. And we've spoken a lot about bitcoin struggle to gain more widespread acceptance as a sustainable payment system, it seems not much has changed as we head into twenty nineteen. In fact, it may have gotten a little bit worse on that front. Right. I think a lot of bitcoins problems are self inflicted. I think there's been a lot of question within the bitcoin industry, which is which comprises software engineers slash coders developers. Businesses users all these. People had sort of different ideas for what bitcoin is supposed to be. And this is a problem that was going back several years, and they've kind of been pushing and pulling in different directions with the the result that there's really no one thing that bitcoin is right now bitcoin has run virtually uninterrupted and bitcoins bitcoin the bitcoin code itself. The bitcoin blockchain has never been hacked despite myriad attempts to do it all the hacks have been for services built on top of bitcoin. And we've heard a lot about those hacks. But bitcoin itself has never been hacked for ten years. It has run uninterrupted that you cannot take away from bitcoin the program it self works. The question is what can you do with it? What you'd Tilleke does? It have in the world. That's where all the focus problems of come in. And the community is still sort of torn on that. And they can't figure out exactly what bitcoin should be predictions for what will see in crypto currency markets in the new year. Well, I mean, look it trying to predict what's going to happen with this industry. Listen trying to predict what's going to happen in any asset class is difficult in this one it is impossible on. I'm not going to try. However, what I will do is is all show you that. I'll point to a couple of trends, the biggest one is going to be where this crypto currencies go as an asset class, and what people are really pinning their hopes on. And I don't know that this is going to pan out. And I have some skepticism that it will pan out..
All Things Considered
No class action for unhappy Uber drivers: U.S. appeals court
"Cam. High a San Francisco based federal appeals court handed over a big win to today over a case Wayne on whether or not the ride hailing giant should classify its drivers as employees ease instead of independent contractors a distinction that has some significant financial consequences. The ruling by the ninth circuit court of appeals barred drivers from even suing the company over the matter citing a contract agreement with Uber that only allows drivers to settle disputes with them through arbitration, not in court, you see Hastings law. Professor Vena do ball has been following this case and she joins me now. What does today's decision by the appeals court mean for the hundreds of thousands of Uber drivers that were looking to be recognized as employee's what's at stake for them. It means they cannot have their claims decided through one clean lawsuit. And it means that they need to take their claims to individual private arbitration hearings, which as you can imagine low income. Uber drivers are not likely to actually end up doing which means that they probably won't get their reimbursements and OJ's in the way that we would have
1A with Joshua Johnson
Starbucks, others must pay California workers for tasks done after clocking out: court
"Five sets of remains thought to be those of Americans missing from the Korean war as the BBC's Laura bicker reports from Seoul, a u. s. warplane has transported the remains to an airbase in South Korea there around five sayers and US soldiers unaccounted for a North Korea felt have been killed in action. Some of those remains have been repatriated over the years, but obviously as as heightened tensions grew, it became difficult for any kind of process such as to take place. But this is the first step since certainly since Singapore that we've seen that perhaps President Trump's summit with Kim Jong is yielding results. The BBC's Laura bicker in Seoul. President Trump gave a rousing defensive, his tariffs on imported steel and aluminum during a stop in southern Illinois, Thursday as Saint Louis public radio's, Jason Rosenbaum reports Trump spoke to workers at a recently reopened steel plant during a speech at granite city. Works Trump contended that his tariffs will end up helping workers who have struggled with foreign competition we have the worst trade deals ever made in history but now that, becoming good again while steelworker William Mullin conceded that agriculture may take a temporary hit he adds that tariffs could bring lasting prosperity to granite city not everyone's going to be happy. You can't make everyone happy I think over time we'll, find a happy medium US steel opened, a Blast Furnace at granite city works soon after Trump announced his tariffs. For NPR news I'm Jason Rosenbaum and Saint Louis Russian hackers try to breach computers in Missouri US Senator Claire mccaskill office NPR's Jessica. Taylor reports that mccaskill is one. Of the most vulnerable Democrats and, the upcoming fall elections the Daily Beast first reported the failed hack making, mccaskill the first new target of, the Kremlin's plot interfere November's midterms after already targeting the US in the two thousand sixteen presidential election in In a, statement mccaskill said she would not be intimidated by the attempts all of which occurred around August twenty seventeen she called Russian President Vladimir Putin a thug and a bully and. A press conference last week following his summit with Putin, President Trump appeared to believe the Russian leader's denials at the country did not try to interfere in. The US elections over the conclusions of America's own intelligence agencies, but Trump later tried to walk. That back Trump is set. To chair a meeting of the national Security Council. On Friday to discuss election security Jessica Taylor NPR news Washington a fire in northern California Shasta county has. Killed one person injured three others, and burned. Dozens of homes a fire crews spokesman says the blaze is moving so fast that there was little time for evacuations major fires are burning across California one of. Several states in. The grips of a heatwave this is NPR news from news I'm Jeremy Siegel two teenage girls one from Honduras and one from Guatemala who had been taken from their families At, the US Mexico border and held at a. Facility and contra. Costa county have been reunified with their families Ted Goldberg reports last month pleasant hill officials confirmed that the two adolescent. Girls were being held at a shelter run by the. Federal contractors southwest key in their. City they were, among fifty separated, children who at one point we're living in seventeen state license homes in California Families. Opposed to the Trump administration's no tolerance immigration policy held a protest right in front. Of the pleasant hill facility and eventually. Congressman Mark to Sony took a tour of the shelter the contra Costa county Representative announced today that, he has learned from the department of health and human services that. The two girls were reunified with their families in the last five days I'm Ted Goldberg news, the California, Supreme Court today ruled, that Starbucks has to pay employee's for routine work they do when they're off the. Clock a federal court rejected a lawsuit by Starbucks employees who argued he should be paid for his duties closing out the store after he had clocked out for the evening but the. State high court has ruled, that California is more protective of worker rights UC Hastings associate law professor Vena do ball and it wouldn't make, sense to allow workers to. Go uncompensated for periods of time even if under federal law that time is considered insignificant hours do at Up in a statement Starbucks says it's disappointed with the decision and..