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How the World of Work Has Changed Due to the Pandemic

The Small Business Radio Show

01:27 min | 3 months ago

How the World of Work Has Changed Due to the Pandemic

"Cohen one thousand. Nine hundred has forced a lot of new rules in the workplace. That will shock you hitter. Explain all his stacy adams who is dedicated to helping companies communicate better as part of our role veon a video animation software company that supports businesses in creating corporate videos. Stacey welcome to the show. Thanks berry be here so tell us about this. Study that you did with your team of a thousand full time employees back in february twenty twenty twenty one with true global intelligence. Yeah so we want us to reach out and see what effect Kobe has had and the business shutdown has had on the workplace. And this is really a follow on We had done similar research about a year ago Before the shutdown we surveyed soaks again kind of in mid shutdown. And now this is. The third piece of research were doing To see how workplace attitudes have shifted and changed now that so many folks are working remotely Were communicating much more through Through video Video conferencing and phone calls And we're dealing with added pressures of things like educating our children at home and and having to deal with maybe small spaces or you know all the other things that that were working from

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How the World of Work Has Changed Due to the Pandemic

The Small Business Radio Show

01:27 min | 3 months ago

How the World of Work Has Changed Due to the Pandemic

"One thousand. Nine hundred has forced a lot of new rules in the workplace. That will shock you hitter. Explain all his stacy adams who is dedicated to helping companies communicate better as part of our role veon a video animation software company that supports businesses in creating corporate videos. Stacey welcome to the show. Thanks very glad to be here so tell us about this study that you did with your team of a thousand full time employees back in february twenty twenty twenty one with true global intelligence. Yeah so we want us to reach out and see what effect Kobe has had and the business shutdown has had on the workplace. And this is really a follow on We had done similar research about a year ago Before the shutdown we surveyed soaks again kind of in mid shutdown. And now this is. The third piece of research were doing To see how workplace attitudes have shifted and changed now that so many folks are working remotely Were communicating much more through Through video Video conferencing and phone calls And we're dealing with added pressures of things like educating our children at home and and having to deal with maybe small spaces or you know all the other things that that were working from

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"veon" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

03:53 min | 10 months ago

"veon" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Like all pandemic era sports, this year's French Open was weird it was delayed. Of course it was cold in Paris with players dressed in leggings and mock turtlenecks. Some fans were allowed in the stands which seemed wrong given a surge in corona virus cases in France Serena Williams withdrew early with an Achilles, injury and Roger Federer was missing entirely after knee surgery and the winners couldn't have been more different thirty, two year old Rafael on the doll once again, demonstrating greatness and nineteen year old IGA Veon tack introducing herself to the tennis world but Louisa. The winters did share one thing in common not dropped a set and route to their titles. Let's start with Rafa. Novak Djokovic in the final six, love six to seven, five, twenty. If major title tying federal for the most all time. Thirteen French winds is absurd. It's five more than anyone has won it any other major? Why can't anyone touch the doll on Roland Garros is clay. I think we should start by acknowledging that no one can really touch him on any other surface with the exception of Novak Djokovic High Nidal decided to come to new. York earlier this year actually last month he would have come in as the defending champion. So that said there are certain aspects of his game that are very well suited to the client Roland Garros his bent the way he hits his forehead with his come extreme Western grip causes his falls die down leap up really high especially when the conditions are hot and dry as they usually are in June, this is October the conditions were damp and cold. What was so incredible about His performance here was that the wasn't actually were very well suited to him. At least we've come to understand his game and he was pretty unhappy threat. He thought it was cold. It shouldn't is not tennis weather it was dangerous you know, and then the Boston suit him and all this stuff and he still comes out and in one of the most incredible performances ever seen absolutely crushes Novak Djokovic and the thing is in the first set of that match. Jovovich played pretty well, I mean with the exception of over reliance on the dropshot he was playing as really the best player in the world to play and he lost that set six. Zero and at all to his incredibly immense credit wasn't even really working his what we know as his best shot his inside out forehand. He was really complained playing back in backhand who is playing strategically good match and he yeah, I actually think of very many incredible performances I've seen from not rattling it all this is up there and even joke knows this game better than anyone said he was surprised let me ask this question then is a. Non Tennis no matter how often is tennis played in weather like this because I think that's something the the idea that they're wearing sweats and wearing all these we you know we'd like warm weather clothes i. it seems like also you wouldn't be able to move quite as well but maybe I'm sure there's been no advancements tennis clothing technology but I, assume that this is not common for them to play and cool rainy weather so and so forth right? It's not tennis players are little. Soft that way it's the oddest. Close. The roof close xactly. So tennis actually has and indoor season you would know it because if you're following tennis is a casual fan none of the slams her indoors I think actually actually all the slams our endorsed sometimes now because everybody's gotta roof but there is an indoor tennis is played in Paris in the fall indoors played in London in November indoors by we don't see a lot of that players also took players aren't really used to being. Exposed to the elements as it were it happens there was a particularly notable French Open years ago when the.

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Rome archbishop urges Trump to fight ‘deep state’ amid criticism over protests, coronavirus

Glenn Beck

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Rome archbishop urges Trump to fight ‘deep state’ amid criticism over protests, coronavirus

"Archbishop Carlo Veon go released a letter that he sent to president trump warning him about the current crisis and I just wanna give you the first line in this Mr president recent months we've been witnessing the formation of two opposing forces I would call biblical the children of light and the children of darkness this is I mean a remarkable letter that I think has to be read in its entirety he talks about the deep state and the deep state in the church and that these opposing forces now are taking their masks off because they are so arrogant and they believe that now is the time of their great power and they could do whatever they want without anyone you know causing them harm or molesting them and and it's a remarkable

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March Madness: Donald Sterling

Sports Criminals

04:13 min | 1 year ago

March Madness: Donald Sterling

"Listen free on spotify or wherever you get your podcast warning. This episode includes sensitive descriptions of racism listener discretion is advised especially for listeners under thirteen in April. Two Thousand Fourteen seventy year old Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling called his mistress. The Steve Yano. He had seen something on instagram. That made his blood boil a picture of her and L. A. Lakers legend Magic Johnson but sterling wasn't mad at Steve Yano had posed with one of his crosstown rivals iconic players. The problem was the Johnson was Black Sterling. Chewed out still beyond for almost ten minutes. He had no idea. Those ten minutes would change his life forever. Welcome to sports. Criminals are cast original. This is the twenty fifth episode in our March Madness. Special this month were counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from Nineteen Ninety to two thousand twenty on Carter Roy. And I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to two thousand fourteen and the downfall of the La Clippers racist owner Donald Sterling. Although he made a lot of money from owning the clippers. Donald Sterling made the bulk of his fortune in real estate as a landlord. He was the subject of numerous lawsuits accusing him of housing discrimination against minorities during these proceedings. Sterling's racist nature was laid bare. He told employees that black tenants smell. And Attract Vermin Hispanics. Just smoke drink and hang around the building in Koreans will pay the rent and live in whatever conditions I give them. The married father of three was also sued on multiple occasions for sexual harassment. But with the help of a high priced and highly effective legal team. He managed to emerge relatively unscathed however after not. Enzi released the recording his phone. Call with these veon. On April twenty fifth two thousand fourteen. No lawyer on earth COULD HELP HIM UPSET THAT STEVE. Yano had posted an instagram photo of her and Magic Johnson. Sterling told her. It bothers me a lot that you want to broadcast that you're associating with black people. Don't put him on instagram. And don't bring him to my games. Unbeknownst TO HIM STILL. Yano had recorded the entire conversation. The recording confirmed what most people around the League already knew. Donald Sterling was racist scumbag however he had never faced disciplined from the NBA before. But now that is true. Nature was caught on tape that was about to change with NBA players contemplating boycotting playoff games to protest. Sterling's ownership commissioner. Adam silver had to act on April twenty ninth. He Finds Sterling two point five million dollars the maximum amount allowed silver also banned him from the NBA for life and a few weeks later. More than three quarters of NBA team owners voted to force sterling to sell his franchise. The decision was a long time coming. From man who heckled his own players was named the worst owner in sports by the New York Times and Forbes magazine and whose team had amassed the lowest winning percentage in all four major American Sports Leagues Between Nineteen Eighty one in two thousand fourteen sterling. His lawyers tried to fight both decisions in court but they were rebuffed at every turn. Despite numerous countersuits and objections sterling was forced to sell the team to Microsoft. Co-founder Steve Balmer. Since Sterling's departure the basketball world has done. Its best to erase his racist legacy under bombers leadership. The clippers have gone on to become one of the best run franchises in the NBA. Ahead of the twenty twenty

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Are You Prepared For Sponsorship?  The Career Big Game!

Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

03:14 min | 1 year ago

Are You Prepared For Sponsorship? The Career Big Game!

"This week because it is the first week of black history. three-month I thought it would be a fitting time to highlight the first black woman. CEO of a fortune. Five hundred hundred company. I talk about her all time. She is one of the reasons for starting this podcast Ursula Burns. She has been the only black woman. The only there's only Orne just who and I don't even know how she dated. But let me tell you about Ursula. Woah Ursula Burns was appointed chairman and CEO of Veon in December. Two thousand eighteen. Now that is a company headquartered recorded in Amsterdam that focuses on telecommunications services so just think mobile phones fouling a period as executive -secutive chairman and previously chairman of the Board of directors. So she'd been in this thing for minute. Ursula has extensive international experience of large companies confronting technology change in their industries. She was chairman of the Board of of the Xerox Corporation from two thousand ten to two thousand seventeen and chief executive officer from two thousand nine to two thousand sixteen you up. So she was chairman of the board and the a former. US President Barack Obama are forever president and appointed her to help lead the White House national program on Science Technology Engineering and math and she served served as chair of the President's Export Council Ursula is the director of the Board of Exxon Mobil. Nestle and Uber Uber huge companies. She also counsels other community educational and nonprofit organizations including the Ford Foundation and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Corporation. Mit She is a member of of the US. National Academy of Engineers and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Ursula holes a master's degree in mechanical engineering. I'm from Columbia University and a Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering From Polytechnic Institute of New York University. If you ever hear this I just want you to know that is a lot of us trying. We are here. Charm figured out. And we're trying not to let you be the only one that has been the CEO of a fortune five hundred company. Thank you for all of your contributions. Abusive fans thank you for being the first and letting US know that it is possible to hold the top spot at a fortune. Five hundred

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Samsung's 'The Frame' TV: Spotify of Art?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:17 min | 2 years ago

Samsung's 'The Frame' TV: Spotify of Art?

"Better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech news briefing. I'm tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in new york a television manufactured by samsung known as the frame and called by many eddie spotify of art is digitally bringing masterpieces into the living room museum speed the future but first these headlines google issued new guidelines limiting employees discussion of politics and other topics not really to work a major shift for the company that has long long prided itself on open debate and freewheeling internal culture alphabet inc said in a public memo that staffers should avoid spending time debating matters unrelated into their jobs among other discouraged behavior a google spokeswoman said quote this follows a year of increased incivility and our internal platforms and we've heard that employees want clearer clearer rules of the road on what's okay to say and what's not walk technologies trumpeted its first high end a i processor the chinese telecom giant's latest attempt to challenge silicon valley's advanced technology the ascend nine ten designed to crunch. The massive amounts of data used to build a._i. Algorithms is available immediately. The chip advances while always goal of curbing reliance on american tech kolding up the palm sized ascend nine ten at an event at weiwei's headquarters deputy chairman eric su declared it as quote the industry's most powerful a._i. Processor and quote a federal appeals dell's court froze a ruling that qualcomm had committed an array of anti-trust violations a boost for the chip maker that allows it to maintain its business practices for the time being the court court decision is a setback for the f._t._c. which had sued the company citing an illegal monopoly that harmed smartphone manufacturers and rival chip producers to his ruling found. The company leveraged its dominance smartphone chips to force manufacturers to pay high royalty rates for qualcomm intellectual property qualcomm argued its business practices were justified justify. The journal says the court action isn't a definitive reading of the merits of qualcomm appeal but indicated the company has a fair shot at winning coming up as museums meet the future were introduced with the new spotify of art better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel veon scalable processors reduce. The cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com samsung has struck digital art agreements with the tate gallery in london the prado in madrid the van gogh museum amsterdam westerdam's among others. The latest deal sees its unique television. The frame landing at the royal museum of fine arts in belgium as part of the new agreement samsung samsung display twenty two of the belgian galleries flemish masterpieces on its frame. T._v.'s isabelle van who necker managing director at the museum has more. We are participating dissipating into some some initiative because we think technology has a lot of possibilities to spread our heritage in another way india museum so we some some frame we can bring the artwork into the living room of the people and hope that they will afterwards want to to to visit the museum and see the authentic work intern. We're seeing some comparison with the digital methods that the likes of spotify made popular johann von camping out samsung tv lifestyle project manager explains its subscription based so you have to formulas in a way you be u._p. Eater five a month and you have unlimited access so i always personally i call it the spotify of arts so you pay five hundred a month. You have unlimited <unk> access to all the artworks that are in there more than one thousand two hundred artworks or you can also decide to pay a one time fee for one on artwork and then that will cost you twenty euros more on the actual technology sensor measures the lightning in your living space ace and based on these results. It's adopts the back light of the hill so it would really look like a real picture because of you would show this picture on on another tv. You will always have the feeling you are looking at the t._v. Isabel van acker is back to talk to museums of the future. There are a lot of challenges for museums is because the museum of tomorrow and we have to think about it before you had only physical museum. Today we have also digital museum if people are used to to have after digital images and we have to develop this whole digital museum today and accessibility is one of the important challenges as as well. That's it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.

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Film Critics Have Mixed Reviews Of "The Lion King"

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Film Critics Have Mixed Reviews Of "The Lion King"

"To this and the R. says the new line king remake is more like creative dead and then circle of life the rear says we're debating the lying king in twenty nineteen why and then deadlines as The Lion King feels like the love tonight previews shows ringing up twenty two million to twenty five million us it's interesting is this whole story of The Lion King Jon Favreau is the director of this one the budget was two hundred and fifty million dollars the music was harms America who put it together and we'll see where who's a little village a lot of a lot of people are trashing and other people are saying it's not that bad is because once again do you know the whole remake thing how many times you do it so Seth Rogan isn't it Veon say isn't it Donald Glover and some other names I think that you would probably recognize as well and we'll see how it does its P. G. from adventure one hour fifty eight minutes if you have kids the probably the lying king doesn't matter they'll go and see that and they'll probably love it

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"veon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"veon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Madeleine Peyroux Veon rose Diana Panton for encore sent me newt and that this is a real work out for that high school French man I feel the muscles flexing gave last teal surreal in may that would be I wish you love five minutes more lovey on rose surreal in a Diana Panton Madeleine Peyroux Stevie Wonder luxury of war the song book on W. NYC remembering said Raymond he was the arranger for gypsy and much honored for that overture John Gielgud actually said I'd take it with me to a desert island it would suit me fine that's all you needed also the West Side Story things in particular the West Side Story symphonic dances which is an extended digestive so many great West Side Story Leonard Bernstein melodies here's one of those that figures prominently in the Raymond arranged symphonic dances Bernstein conducts from West Side Story mom bowl the is that something do and no way soon as just reach down the block on under the miracle do gonna come true yes some comments on if I with with the shop phone jingle open just maybe just holding still the the and it just reach down the block on the beach maybe something's come in Larry Kurt and mambo from the West Side Story symphonic dances as well as obviously a particular moment in the.

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"veon" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"veon" Discussed on Movie Crush

"I think that stamp on the screen for way too long. Well. I was like all right. I got interesting the book remained unpublished until Alexander. Payne bought the film rights. The actual novel was based on release just a month before the film premiere interesting wonder, how he got ahold of was a manuscript that was flooding around or something and Alex Zander. Pain was forgot he was married to Sandra. Oh at the time. Oh, remember that. Now, I do and they're no longer together. I take it or no longer together director, Chris Columbus, his critique here. He said he thought it was a seventies movie made in contemporary times and paint said that too with the cinematography. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Wanted that. Look like those the seventies movies. Can we were we were presenting it probably was shot on film because then two thousand I think I'm gonna make as it was I think so let me see here. I mean that was back when I was still producing and like the more established actors were still pushing for film. And so in the book, though, there is a different ending Maya shows up at Jack's wedding to see him in person and talk about his manuscript in person. Instead of the phone message. Oh interested in Alexander paint. That was just to kind of Hollywood. It's way to Hollywood. I completely agree with his choice to not do that. There's no way she would not pursue miles after all of that especially not at Jackson wedding like she meant to the crime. Now, he at the very end as he's standing there. Like, I forget when exactly he says, oh, it's before he hooks up with the waitress you understand movies, literature wine, but you don't understand my plight. What is your plate did? But then it is. It's the he has no choice, but to think through his penis. Yeah. Well, but it's that he's his choices are to do that or to go grow up. Yeah. And that that to him an enormous plate like, but but also to grow up means to give up his dream. Acting too. I think piece of it, which is probably less than you know, he even discusses this was fun. Yeah. It's a super fun, which one you want to do next. We got election. We have election. Okay done. Yeah. That's funny. All right, everyone that wraps it up for the Alexander Payne film series volume one with Emily Veon v one and we'll be back through to sometime in the next few months. Take it slow quarterly. And thanks for listening. We'll see.

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"veon" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

Kotaku Splitscreen

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"veon" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

"But they whatever you say you like team, I pretty much assume that you have money on them as well. Yeah. It's a fair bet. Jaanus have money on that yacht is attempt to Thome Potemkin Jaanus is a very good basketball player and very enjoyable to watch. Because the way he moves just freakish. It's like impossible to leave that he's doing the things he does. But yeah, that's all I've been doing. What about you Kirk? What have you been up to outside of? Huge list. I'm going to really quick because Emily's here, I'm just sitting around and watching stories. Days of our lives watching stories. So let me think I'm just gonna go through things quickly. I've been listening to the podcast reply. All. Like, really famous, right? So this is like this. Veon say that singer not. So I had never listened to reply all they're really good. So I know they're famous they're famous for reason. Yeah, they're great at what they do. It's so much fun to listen that show been going through their back. Log and just listening to them explain internet shit people in really entertaining is fun. There's some really fascinating stuff about like hacker hacker rings. There's an episode called the Snapchat thief that I really recommend about a woman who has her sim card swaps and gets her Snapchat stolen by this group of dudes exclusively dues, actually, but like these. These hacker dudes who steal OG accounts and this whole marketplace for accounts, her name was lizard on Snapchat. And so because because she got an early she had like a really great name the way that like Jack is at Jack on Twitter, you know, like if you're into beginning. And so there's a whole marketplace for people who steal those accounts, and then sell the user names because people want them so people will be making like they say thousands of dollars. You know, and this is all like young hacker guys from all around the world like bragging about the shoes they're buying with all their money. So it's a little. Unclear anyways, it's called us after that good. That podcast is really good. I'm gonna go quickly here because I listed like seventy five things, and I really want to try to list them. All I watched beyond say's. Homecoming the documentary about her Coachella performance have either of you seen to delist. It's fucking amazing. I cannot recommend it enough. I've never seen beyond say live. Like I've seen the of it. It's great. What you have. Now. I'm really jealous. If you wasn't amazing amazing. It was amazing this thing. So I'd seen like the the cellphone footage of her Coachella performances from last year where she set up this massive lake Bleacher failings thing, and the whole thing was like kind of in the style of like black college marching band, which takes me back to bands that I would actually see come to play against the university of Miami. When I was going there, and I didn't even really know about that. This is the kind of thing the movie drumline is about really everybody should watch. So it's kind of like this celebration of blackness and a whole bunch of different ways. And the like show the rehearsals. How these eight months performance ready, but it's all sorts the concert film. So it's like showing her performing I mean, holy shit. She is so amazing. And I knew I already thought she was amazing. But seeing it I just I can't recommend people watch it enough. Like her will like her willpower is amazing that you could put together a show like that. And the way she drives it on stage. It's just like fucking pretty wild. You should see live at some point and get like the pensive ticket..

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"veon" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"veon" Discussed on KTOK

"For Glenn. Happy new year coming up this hour, Lindsey Graham floats an idea that may give the president five billion dollars for the wall and offset by giving seven hundred thousand work permits, but will the Democrats come to the table. Also, the media I've been talking about that refuses to tell both sides of the story going to give you a fine example of that as well all that coming up again. My name is Mike Broomhead. This is the Glenn Beck program. This is the Glenn Beck program. No, not everybody agrees with me. But even though bitcoin is down significantly right now, I believe in crypto currencies and blockchain technology that's behind them. They're going to play a significant role in our future. And while it may end up in the end being crazy. I'm actually investing more in bitcoin. It just makes sense that a track digital form of money will replace Veon money one day. It's important that you understand these and ask these questions and find the answers because you have a chance right now to invest in this technology before it happens. And if I'm right, and I could be wrong you could make game changing money from a very small investment. But I want you to do your own homework and begin with Wall Street hedge fund manager ticket to worry. He's an expert in the crypto currency space. He's created a course that takes you through all of the basics and makes buying or selling of crypto is simple is buying and selling stock. For a limited time, you can take a risk free thirty day trial of his course by going to smart. Crypto course dot com. Do. Today. Smart. Crypto course dot com or call eight seven seven PB L back. Thanks for being here. It's the Glenn Beck.

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"veon" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"veon" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"She's like, no like if I did that to you. You think it'd be grows like, yeah? That's true. And I'm like, you know, there's been a lot of questionable oral hygiene on this season. I have to say I mean, really when you open with their sperm all over touchscreens. This really doesn't bother me about this is. Yeah, that's true. This is very true. So then my got my my Bravo, direct TV glitch. So when I came back with candy and Riley. So did I miss anything of note? I think the Bravo. I think you're DVR fell asleep. But yeah, it was candy with Riley. And she's growly whatever we doing. No. A couple of good away without being a couple. She's like why are you know, a couple did, mama. Joyce finally killed no. Yeah. What I what I when I came in for me Riley was saying that she wants to go on a trip and candy was like, no. Just in. Which is like if that's true in. I'm not really questioning the veracity of it. But but like since that's true. I mean, like, what are you talking about your Dubai, I'm with candy on this? She's like Abbas, Amanda. Oh, so tops coming because he's having his birthday boys getaway weekend on the same weekend or whatever which that's fishy. I mean, you can't go you can't go to a dinner with another couple talking about how like you guys, get kinky and go open and stuff. And then let your mind go away without me getting worried. Yeah. That is. Yeah. I didn't know that he was going on a birthday getaway. That's what I must have missed in the glitch. But it was fun. So Greg, this is even better you guys ne-near, Greg. Greg is clean trying to clean up the marble countertop. Yeah. And Jeff Lewis told us many times who gets white marble stupid stupid people do that that what happens because you can't fuck and clean it. Someone put something fucking down with fucking countertop before you note hope things fucking staint MC. Okay. I actually did not know that. And I'm glad to learn that because there was clearly a stain and Greg was going nuts. Trying to clean it. Any just watching him with a mix. Of confusion and guilt because she's one clearly like spilled a drop of mustard on there. I was very sad for ni. I was like, wow. This is bad. When Neha is stealing Cynthia storyline of standing at the kitchen island and watching stain. And her best friend, the kitchen counter. Yeah. So he's like, well, this is gonna be a fun comfortable strip Meaney. We should play some games. She's like how pillow talk and he's like, no, no not that. And then we need a clip of the pillow talk night, which is one of the funniest nights in real house. Of candy yelling. We'll. Yes. That was the legendary night and it made me wistful for. Pasts that our seasons if you will. So so then yes. So instead he's gonna play truth or dare which I feel like they just played. You dare like like an episode. Essentially did with the peach. Right. So says she's gonna do that. And then Porsche calls and Porsche has the news that Dennis hurt his leg playing basketball with eve Veon say, which is a door to think of Dennis point basketball. If you ask me. Yeah. Are you serve that was basketball? I don't know. I can't imagine that fry basketball. Like just carrying fry basket. He's just catching mice mouth..

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"veon" Discussed on Connected

Connected

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"veon" Discussed on Connected

"And so I I d- to the mechanical keyboard, the Veon stand, and then I moved onto the topic of USB hubs. And how the first one that? I bought was not an ipad pro hub was a macbook macbook hub my bed for assuming that it was gonna work. Well, it was a, hyper hub of the call. The the solo seventy one. I have should assumed it was going to be a good solution for the apparel. In fact, they made a new thing for the pro that as a group specifically designed for to attach to the apple pro like a soft rubber grip. It's there's a Kickstarter campaign going on right now for these new hyper hob, specifically designed for the pro. But I ended up I settled for the for now on the old eob. WC USB hub. This is a review unit. They got in touch with me, the I was skeptical of this product, but I actually really like it. There's two things I don't like the USB cable is too short. And as you can see in one of the pictures whether use the app throw on the sand. We the USCCA hub. It's hanging off the ipad. Because it cannot sit flat on the desk because the cable is short and also doesn't support USB three point one gen two. Which is ten gig Tanga per second transfers, but only John one which is five and also doesn't have as mentioned few minutes ago doesn't have four K at sixty. But only four K thirty Hertz. Bye. Yeah. So it was kinda long article longer than I expected going through these idea of how you can extend the abbot pro using keyboards using cases using stands and mostly using USB. Oh, and also there's a final section about using the display with the ultra for K that I've been talking about. Anna bunch of keyboard shortcuts were USB see hub. One. What I'm using? Now. I mentioned in the article, I'm not completely sure. This is the thing I'm gonna stick with. I have two more on the way. So the made a pledge for the hyper hob on Sutter, which should be coming out in January, coincidentally, though, techy techy. So that she they announced their own USB see how this week, and it's shipping this week at one on the way, I think later this week at some point with UPS, it's very similar to the hyper one kind of similar specs doesn't have a soft grip for the app. So I wanna see how well it's gonna tach to the side. But yeah, I wanna test these two I guess I'll follow up in January. What is that the type c USB three point zero three in one combo? Yesterday. I'm gonna send you only. So just reading your article and just in general ever-so-slightly looking at this all of this stuff is so confusing. It's so what is confusing for you? Everything about USB. See? Okay. Okay. What do you think is confusing? The fact that like, oh, if you want to do this you need this specific one, and it's got to support three point two or three point one. But all but don't think about thought about like, it's like all of this stuff, and like you are doing a great job of breaking down. But like, so the confusing part is like everything that gets to the conclusions that you get to right? So like the stuff that you're doing is a great service to people like me who don't want to buy twenty homes, but like just reading through everything that you'll have into go through. It's it's a little bit of believe. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. That is true. So which one of these like just like having look at the imagery of this techy. And the hyper drive, which one do you? Are you more interested? I don't know. They're very similar. I think at this point a more interested in the hyper one because of this patent ding group that they have. All right. Let's crazy. That's what they're saying. I mean, I I wanna see how it works. Yeah. I think that you will be fine. I think both products. I have the solo hydride thing. Right. What it for my my book? Pro it works. Great. It is. Lucid? And I would like. Which I get why is that way for the for the MAC book because of where the UC ports are on the MAC book, like I'm more maybe more excited about this one because the US is in the middle..

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"veon" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"veon" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Insurance. So he switched and save. Then he did kind of a touchtone, then at least he was still good at that. There are a lot of people not just in the states of Louisiana, Texas, all over this great nation who are still bleary eyed late in the week. We all stayed up on the east coast to watch that game. I was in a hotel room up say, south Ghana banging on the wall screaming and yelling. It was one of the greatest organiser ever watched me too. I got home from the game in Columbus Ohio between Michigan and Ohio State at about twelve fifteen in the morning flipped on the game. And I was up for another hour half. Watching this got what's in this guy right here? There was so many ridiculous. Smile. It's got almost two hundred yards rushing Trayvon way. It was walking mornings beginning. Are you guys doing things with them? Yeah. No. Thank you know. I want to ask you this. I we were just talking about how exhausted we were just watching the game on television. Who was it? Like in the building on the sideline. I mean, what did you feel like when that thing was over with man? Luckily, we got this thing called a gentleman man because. Because. I don't know how we would have got through it. But it was you know, when you locked in and fighting with your brothers and your so dot in, you know, to definitely to achieve something that you guys talk about, you know, it was it was it was joining, you know, but it's just something that we do we practice hard thought that we we have our workouts in. It's just something that we leaned back on our training. We just reverted back to each other. And got the win tri- be on. It had been a long time coming since Texas saying MB LSU wouldn't a net. Win mean to the program man, it meant a lot. You know, I met a lot for us to finish off this year and Caufield a gray way, we fought hard. And and it really just met a lot for the new direction that this program was going fish because Fisher is an outstanding coaching. And this guy was really personal him. You know, he wanted to go out there and really establish itself in it really finishes win in finish the season. I'll strong with since he was who went out there and we played together as brothers, and we were the win worked on forever. Now. Were you guys aware that LSU? Darted dumped a big jug. Gatorade owned the coaches head. And then y'all play for like another seven hours. Yeah. Yeah. I was I was right over to a bomb when it happened. So they they dumped the Gatorade on them and and everything happened. But luckily, you know, there was another play left. You know, kinda knee was down and who's able to go on and keep planted a whistle blow then and we worked enough ever go. What What does? we wanted to thank got the win so much conversation. Trae Veon about JIMBO Fisher come into that program this year, you guys taken a new step coach someone goes off to Zona. You guys now are led by JIMBO Fisher. How would you describe your ever Lucien as a team under his tutelage from August two now? Oh, that'd losing strategy. You know, we've grown from so many places, you know, from from springing up to this point, this is absolutely completely different team. But it's just you know coming in. They wanted could Fisher said it ain't going to be like a Houston. But you know, the common common sense that he has he he really put his foot on this program really may change it who really moated us as a team on and off the field. He's not just making this great football players. But he was making this great, man agree. Individuals and it's really translating onto the field. So, you know, we're really just going out there and plan for each of the more brothers, and it's really translated. And then he focuses on little details. Details where they make the big thing and focusing on inches, and this really, you know, really showing and really making a big difference when we play on the field and then fourth quarter over the years because I'm old I've talked to a lot of players who had great moments like Doug Flutie and Baker Mayfield these guys over the they said the best part of a big game..

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"veon" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"veon" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"And of course, the insider for NBC's football night in America. Mike, thanks for joining us. So clear this up with. Veon bell. Why would he come back and play the second half of the season? Here's what it comes down to under the collective bargaining agreement. He has to show up by next Tuesday to get ready to get credits for the contract year. And that and here's what that does it forces the Steelers in March to decide what they're going to do by way of franchise tag transition tag about him walk away because he showed up and if he gets credit for this year under the contract, there's no way they would use the franchise tag on vacant next year because it would be the quarterback tender twenty five million. If he doesn't show up he still notable for free agency. But the Steelers could tag him again next year at the same number that they tagged him at this year. That's the difference fourteen point five million. So they can just re tag again next year. They could play this out again. And the thinking is the Steelers would trade him next year. So that's different and consider this. Let me give you the best example. I can think of Sammy Watkins remember when he got his big contract back in art people. I put the hell at Sammy watching son. To get that kind of contract. Here's what he did. He became a free agent at a time when a young he's semi accomplished. And you don't have to give up any draft picks to get it so lady on if he hits the market with no, trade obligation. If you don't have to give up draft picks to get him. You're gonna pay him more money if the Steelers still control his rights under the franchise tag at fourteen and a half million, which they may vary won't do again. And try to trade him. That's the difference between showing up and Nacho. Nobody shows up he hits the market and he gets a gigantic contract. If he doesn't show up he's running to risk the Steelers tagging again, and then they control his rights, and then they trade him to they want to trade him to and he gets less money because whoever he signs with has to give up whatever it is a second or third pick, whatever whatever has to give up necessarily less dollars. They'll pay him. Do you think he's showing them? I I really don't know at this point. I mean, look the thinking is he doesn't want to subject himself to injury. He doesn't want to do anything. Disrupt the money he thinks he's going to make texmart. So if you show up at all your incurring an enhanced risk that you're gonna get injured now with James Connor playing as well as he is maybe they wouldn't use lady on bell as much as he feared that that he would be used. And that's why he initially didn't show up like for me eight hundred fifty.

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"veon" Discussed on Natch Beauty

Natch Beauty

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"veon" Discussed on Natch Beauty

"You know, leeann Mike down have three daughters, and I was like, I'm gonna go to the nunnery. I'm going to go and be like with a family for a while. So living with them for a few months. And then I moved and had to move again. But now I'm in a great spot with Natalie pound. So we're like Euler, roomy, willing. I'm in love with, yes, we have. We have a great Backhaus and it rules and it all worked out her. But there were a few months where you were kind of like grabbing go, oh, you know having you didn't have a space for yourself EA. Yeah. And also I'm just like kind of dirt person sometimes sometimes if I start to go down all like indulge in the nest, you know, I feel like that's that's normal. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. So because you can kind of convince yourself you don't deserve. Yes. And I mean, like to clean up your act and I don't even notice. This is fine. I mean to be fair, it does contain everything, but it's like Richard, like I should have replaced the bag with like target at fresh one by now. I mean. Listen, you know, I have so many tote bags in my car, like hundred tote bags for like go to the grocer, not even a tote. You don't even have a damn tot-. I mean, that's literally a plastic bag and Petco do you have a pet? He had a cat for two years gave it to my friend Brian, but I got her. I, you know, like boarding school because she was Corey. My friends Veon say's cat. Corey is deathly allergic. She tried to live with her. She was going to die how to take the get. Right. So you one for the team for the team love the cat, but then I've been a nomad and Nadler GIC two cats and cat. She's with my wonderful front, Brian, very happy. The best. So is that bag leftover from like maybe some litter food you had purchased? Yeah. Okay. And so so what how did you get to the point where you sent me that text? Like, what was the turning point? The rock bottom that made you say I need to take some because something into my own hand?.

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"veon" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"veon" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Slash kind of funny games, master reboot on PS three, the bridge on three which is crossed by with PS four, an PS Vida rock birds to Aleutian on PSV across by PS four and twenty sixty four read only memories on PS four cross by PS four and another game. I swear by enjoyed results. I'm looking at the pitch up on the screen. So the chassis does that. Does that come with the wheel or any of the hard way or. You buy that separately. Okay. Show too. Because win. Okay. So so this is what we're talking about right Simtek but we say we say it wrong. We're stupid Americans. The monitoring, the pedals and the wheels and everything you boat that onto the frame here. Yeah. Okay. Is shockingly sturdy like I have stood on this plate right here? Totally fine. It's just everything. I call him a serious perfectly still and let me show you what I was doing. My mom's house when I first got the VR said, yeah, that's that's not how you want to a lot of back pain. Do you do this in Veon instead of having? Okay, phenomenal. And this is what I guess. That's the whole shit, dude. That is sweets. I currently have the setup of my garage, and so. So I have a fan set up that I put, but you have a whole other PlayStation out. Drag your PlayStation there every time you wanna apply. Yeah, I have a PlayStation down there. I love the the caption for this pitchers. Fuck. Yeah. My life is. I liked it. It's fuck at my life is awesome period. Exclamation. To get props to a couple of couple of the comments as well. This looks like a futures dictate magazine cover from. Then you shit in. Thank you friend Tekoa. I'm sure we're not seeing wrong, but may be sent over that. So Kevin. Logitech over the years. We. Testing. I signed for reader mail and I know relating the episode kind of it's hard to tell how long we've been recording anymore because the break, but it's brought to you by via.

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"veon" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"veon" Discussed on This American Life

"From the time. I moved back to San Diego in nineteen Ninety-three fashion myself into an upstanding citizen ambitious and enthusiastic member of the workforce and life rolled along pretty much like a suppose. It does for most people HMO 401K family. I kept waiting for the other shoe to drop, but life was really steady. It was good far better than I deserve. And so on the eve of my fortieth birthday, I brought up Google and type the words BAA and missing. The top result on Google was day old newspaper article about a fugitive couple wanted for kidnapping and murder. The story essentially was at this couple Richard Corelli. Michelle Pinkerton were a pair of chronic methods who killed their landlord and San Francisco MENA drove to Santa Cruz kidnapped their own six year old daughter from the grandparents who'd been given legal custody. I know. Yeah, also on the run with them their two month old baby girl with down syndrome. Clearly, these were not great parents. A year earlier. They were holed up in a motel when police raided the room and found them with a pile of stolen property and methamphetamines their daughter Vienna than four years old was found hiding under the motel bed. The newspaper picture of Anna showed a smiling little girl with blonde hair and blue eyes an address with pink polka dots. She looked just like my daughter Atty. Police have been searching for Veon enter parents for more than three months. This article said that a month earlier tourists might spotted the family in a town called son contine on Baja. California's Pacific coast method kidnapper murders on the run. I was a former meth supplier. I absolutely do not believe in destiny Jesus Christ. There was a link to a missing flyer with pictures. A phone number to call. I dialed in switchboard operator answered for the San Francisco police department. I realized I had no idea what to say. I said, I'm calling about a flyer for missing girl Viana Corelli a flyer ser. The operator said her, I guess, a poster. I said, like a missing poster, sir. Do you know the whereabouts of a missing person? No. I said I just wanna. I just need to talk to somebody in charge of the Vienna Corelli case. Can you spell that, sir? I spelled the name. She put me on hold three times. Obviously I hadn't called the right person. I looked up the contact info. For the San Francisco police department, I made a couple more calls and quickly realized I needed to fake a little more competence. Here's what I was going to say, look, I'm certain that there's a team of officers in volunteers conducting canvassing and search parties. I would like to volunteer to join the effort, but the conversation never got that far. Instead each time, nobody knew what I was talking about. I finally convince somebody to transfer me to detectives division. I got an answering machine saying that the office was closed until Monday morning. The lack of information lack of interest by the police department was surprising. Unbelievable. Really, this whole story had become front page news because of the way the San Francisco police had already bungled. It. The newspaper said that after Crowley Pinkerton landlord was reported missing. The police didn't respond for a month and when they did finally arrive at building to look for them, they found his tenants Crawley and Pinkerton unwilling to let them search the property, a police dog keyed on Corelli's van in the driveway. There were bloodstains visible in the open garage, but the officers had no warrant. They allowed the couple of drive away in their beat up white mercury sedan. The cops eventually towed Corelli's fan, but then incredibly they didn't search on the impound lot. Somebody finally looked inside found the body of the landlord he'd been dead for six weeks. By this time, Corelli and Pinkerton were already hundreds of miles away. Cellphone records showed that they made it as far as Vegas and then for three months, nothing. So maybe the San Francisco police were not the best resource here. I looked online for volunteer groups flyer, pass, routers, candlelight, vigils again, nothing. All that was left at this point was the little girl's family, the grandparents and uncle that the newspaper called the family spokesman. Probably every nut job in the world was calling them. The smarmy investigators psychics grafters conman. I found the phone number and then just sort of dialed. It went exactly like you'd think it would which is to say badly. If your objective in conversation is to convince someone that you're not crazy, you've already lost..

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"veon" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"veon" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"It's not going to be about, well, what about the Steelers? I gotta stay here with my team in battle in the trenches. They're going to go take the money. Well, I think if you have a contract and you're going to get paid this, then that's different than, hey, I'm gonna. I have to stay here because of the contract I signed or I can go elsewhere to make more money lady on bells gonna make fourteen million dollars now he's decided that he's going to sit out because he doesn't want to help the Steelers. He doesn't want to help these guys for the first ten games, nine games. I mean, he saying that if that's the case, he doesn't want to help you like, I don't care if you guys make playoffs or not. This is about me, so it's a, it's a selfish move. I understand that you want to get your money, but if you're a team eighty his, how can how can you look at this? Any other way then, right. You want to get your money, but you don't care about us. Us as a team when you come back? Yes, because they, they would also be the same people that once lady on gets cut or something and he'd signs a monster deal. And then that back end, we're all of the real money as he gets cut or say, there's not the guaranteed money, they would just say, well, this is business. You know, that's the nature of the position. The nature of the business is tough, but we just gotta move on and they would still blocked for the next guy coming up behind him. I feel like it's a little phony on the Limon's part. Yeah, I see. I see differently. You got paid. I mean you're getting paid a great salary at that position. He could have signed a deal. He could have signed a what a four year deal that was going to pay him an average of fifteen million dollars a year. He decided that he didn't want that. I'd have a hard time with somebody who's saying, hey, I'm I'm there with you guys, but I want my money, but I'm not going to be here next year, but I'm going to sit out for the first nine games. I mean it, it's it's selfish, and I do understand when these guys get cut, but at his age. Right? He's not getting cut if he was thirty twenty nine, then he's going to get cut it with this next contract. But like you're just saying how you wouldn't sign him for a long term deal that his eight. No, right. So I mean, so it is already over. He already is devalued. No, they're going to be teams that are gonna pony up for him because he's great. I'm saying I wouldn't wanna sign him because there's there's more that goes along with Veon belvin jobs to this, and that's my big concern with him that there it's not like he's just the greatest teammate. He's a great running back, but there's other things that are attached to this. Yes, mclovin. I feel a little bad for running backs in general beats the way their contract with the CBA their first five years where they can't get paid or their most valuable years. I would love if they gave them if they were allowed to do for years. I think if you're a high dry, think they should do it the other way. If you're a first round pick, it should be four years that that allows you because you're going to contribute right away. They expect you to contribute right away. You know, this is where they lock you up. And so having you said that young running backs in college running back should be able to come out as a sophomore, maybe you know, like for net didn't have to stick around. Yeah, you can't do that. Okay. Yeah, that one position just a wear and tear. I thought you might make an exception. No, Adrian Peterson could probably there's a few. Yeah, there's time exception. Marshall Faulk could've come out, but it's it's rare. You get some guys, but still, you know, the wear and tear the mileage on these running backs and MAURICE Jones drew tell you this. I mean, you just get to a certain point where you're just not the same running back and it's a shame for the Steelers with lady. I'm bell not being in there. Dan, Patrick show brought to you by truecar. They show you what other people paid for the car you want. So you can recognize a good price when you're ready to buy a new or used car, visit truecard, enjoy more confident car buying next..

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"veon" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"veon" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"He was not much funding from the Italian federation but trucks with something indoor cycling, something everything out of personal passion and it was, yeah, it was a labor of love for him. And then eventually his metal meadow in the Olympics in and you have to tell me what was it be the Omnium. Remember in in two thousand sixteen and he made what has turned out to be a pretty shrewd move from teams guy to quick quickstep. This time last year was kind of a swap with Delacruz wasn't which way to go. Remember hearing the time. I think Paci have contacted Dave browse for the bout Veon and and Lefevere offered him Delacruz something along those lines football transferred to cruise plus cash for Vivani they were. They were like a pair of Panini stickers anyways, what's incredibly well for him. It was probably the right time in his career to become the the main sprinter. Although he's actually got a lot of competition quakes that with Gaviria, but certainly to to, to ride major tools which he wasn't doing teams, God that was the main issue with with him writing for team sky and this year. He was pretty pretty dominant Jiro in sprints on a looks that it might be that way in the welter Izzo. Yeah, they were. They were very more more or less very well organized that year I won there was that one day Sam Bennett one on the motoracing circuit Imola where quick really well, they lost plot night date in. They didn't know every only walls and VR didn't take control of the situation. What was interesting today was that quick stepped in a lot of chasing a key point in the race just to bring everything back under control, but I really left him to his own devices of on the running. I mean, it was a real kind of Noam was holding the reins told on the run in and at times even with three or four kilometers to go, the whole bunch was spread across the road which indicate two things one that no one wanted to take control and to the pace wasn't all that high. So it was an unusual sprint in that respect. Although I think more co, pronunciation, police do what you gotta do. I'm never sure by his name macoute move. I think. Merck. Did a pretty decent job. The Finnish, actually the. He likes it. He enjoys doing elite out when the postal very tired, which they were today because it was it was pretty lumpy day and three thousand meters of climbing. They didn't take it to. They didn't go to false for the majority of the stage, but lost forty kilometers were tough one. I, the pressure was really own thing. That's what everyone expected. When speaking Terada is this morning, they said they lost forty comments will be like a classic and and that's what it was, but it was. It was quite unusual in the sense that for oil to sprint, in a sense, they did become quite kind of chaos. The FRANZ, like in the last four or five kilometers for time, I remarked on the fat to one of my colleagues earlier that very rarely see crashes in Welte sprints, which very good thing. 'cause which is partly down to different different natures of sprints hair, letting big lead out trains. And if you only was just a fosters, I say he was the forest. That's not a brownie, the finishes well, and heath thinks that he could have very close to be on air even beaten him. If he hadn't had a problem with this chain, it's hundred meters to go. I'm not sure. Bala stay old. Yeah, I could have one if one I mean yeah, but the problem with somebody chain when they win all the games didn't work or boxed in Nazi nitrous sprinting bike racing. If my grand was a hot, we should be aware baron. That's right. Well, this morning I spoke to Ambos well team Katiza. He was our daughter to the to the fronts made a very entertaining diary of his debut tour de France fringe. The podcast can listen to that by signing up at the cycling polka dot com. Forward slash.

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"veon" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"veon" Discussed on Recode Decode

"B. dot com. All that stuff. So easy for people to spend things where all I is going through IT getting developers, everything. So a lot of the customers, you know, traditionally, we're known for media, somebody else still ton of the media sites like five thirty eight on election day. It's crazy traffic and by sports perfectly fine because we're running, right? But a lot of the new adopters of of WordPress VIP are more traditional enterprises by tech companies even just wanna put them up. So what's changed in the period, you know that you've been around fifteen years as an enormous amount of time in web terms. Oh, there's these new smartphone, things really well, yeah. JavaScript has really become greens. Yeah, everything has changed. It's almost what hasn't changed is that people still love the publish, and there's an appetite for original voices. There's an appetite for people to share things probably more than ever rationally literally everything else has changed, even WordPress itself selfish talked about from your perspective, how do you look at sort of the the ark of of publishing essentially. Oh. In what regard? Well, in that regard of how people use the obviously mobile, that's the most important thing I would imagine in terms of being able to post Moberly to be able to have that seems to be the biggest trend, but maybe not help should people are rewrite more than ever is something that I think when phones I came out and screener small over as I thought, no one would read longer stuff on it, right. And now people really do they. I mean, we run long rates and out of us, which is fifteen twenty thousand words particle like these are primarily consumed on mobile right traffic's actually caught up social networks, which would kill blogs, actually increased the traffic to independence is quite a bit. The thing that's changing right now that I'm really excited about. I've been working on it for about a year and a half. It's why I have this crazy beard is we're doing this thing about another crazy fear. Let's be clear. This is your latest. You've had crazy beers. Never beards always long, different hair Jesus hair, right. Okay. Short here now in a long beard. Yeah, you look like in Brooklyn, but go ahead. We have this new thing for working on for about a year and a half called Gutenberg and good birth bicycle. I can't let you know the inventor of the printing, press Gutenberg by like, it's, you know, for the longest time, people would very much right for the web like it was a word document. In fact, a lot of folks still write things in docs, and then he made them around and someone else oppose them, and the web can create so much richer stuff in that. And actually some box properties like verge and things like that, like their future pieces, really great job of being something actually want to visit or Veon. So a Gutenberg does is it takes that kind of richness where you have like beautiful wide-screen photos, videos, interactive elements or business things like contact forms, menus maps, and makes it. So without any code, you can kind of drag and drop movies around symbol of posts, a LEGO blocks as a lot of fun, and we're doing it in a way that brings a lot. It's backwards compatible with the tens or hundreds of billions of post pages have been created with WordPress already and brings along are fifty thousand. Ins and themes. So it actually takes word presses evolved had lots different concepts of widgets and shore codes, and all these different things rebel the flatten it all into these blocks, and they have a much better interface to. So people will do more with things and create more interactive experiences. You can do stuff. You really use the need a an engineer coder before or to no HTML. You can outdo it just with this very, like, drag and drop interface. And of course it works right on mobile. All right..

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"veon" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"veon" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We have the common riverside california now he's up thanks george catherine hi i keep hearing the same story you know i've been looking at just for joan veon fan saturday's since preparedness expos back in eighties and late and early nineties and i talk with joan beyond in the late nineties when they were she said there's going to be something big happening and she thought it was a computer glitz you know when they switched the computers over two thousand and that was posted rewire the world for world government and nine eleven happened and that was the big deal and and the engineers and architects for nine eleven truth nobody pays any attention to that and the people that are doing well to hear the news talk about it i think we ought to start a go fund me account for mark zuckerberg he's hurting so bad that facebook is doing so bad are i mean everybody lost their mind or or what you know you got russia over here i hope that i hope the best for russia in valdimir putin i hate graham senator graham and mccain i hate their guts they you know this guy looks at america and he he just shakes his head you know we're a bunch of fools over here it's kim kardashian and no wonder he shakes and fit and we destroyed russia we stabbed him in the back and it's not us it's not the american people it's this is basically what you're talking about you're not talking by financial problems you're not talking about some sort of bill clinton sold all are kept nology off it was supposed to be oh this chinese stole all these industrial secrets like we're so incompetent that we couldn't stop them from you know and and you've talked about all they built up in twenty years they took over all this industry and everything that was done we it's treason what we're talking about his shot in the head you're talking about a nine eleven you're talking about all this financial stuff in two thousand eight what you're talking about tom and let me get you in your catherine before the break and that is a coup d'etat while you're talking you're talking about a financial coup d'etat but you're talking about a financial kuti ta led by the slugs so in other words the kind of people you allowed to run things.

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"veon" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"veon" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We have the tom in riverside california now he's up thanks george catherine high i keep hearing the same story you know i've been looking at just for joan veon fencer days since preparedness expos back in eighty and late and early nineties and i talk with joan beyond in the late nineties when they were she said there's going to be something big happened and she thought it was a computer glitch you know when they switched the computers over two thousand and that was supposed to rewire the world for world government and nine eleven happened and that was the big deal and and the engineers and architects for nine eleven truth nobody pays any attention to that and the people that are doing well to hear the news talk about it i think we ought to start a a go fund me account for mark zuckerberg he's hurting so bad that facebook is doing so bad are i mean everybody lost their mind or or what you know you got russia over here i hope that i hope the best for russia in valdimir putin i hate graham senator graham and mccain i hate their guts they you know this guy looks at american he just shakes his head you know we're a bunch of fools over here it's kim kardashian and you know wondering shakes his head and we destroyed russia we stabbed him in the back right and it's not us it's not the american people it's we this is basically what you're talking about you're not talking to by financial problems you're not talking about some sort of bill clinton sold all our technology off it was supposed to be oh this tiny stoled all these industrial secrets like we're so incompetent that we couldn't stop them from you know and and you've talked about all they built up in twenty years they took over all this industry and everything that was done we it's treason what we're talking about his shot in the head you're talking about nine eleven you're talking about all this financial stuff in two thousand eight what you're talking about tom and let me get you in here catherine before the break and that is a coup d'etat while you're talking you're talking about a financial coup d'etat but you're talking about a financial coup d'etat led by the slugs so in other words the kind.

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