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Fresh update on "vienna" discussed on Morning Edition
"Tourist board went on only fans in Internet subscription site best known for sexual images Because as we know only fans is very open to mute content Did they really need to promote Vienna on a site best known for porn No not really Of course you can promote a museum or a city like Vienna without necessarily posting exactly these images But Helena hart Lauer says a principle is at stake This question of why sushi media is censoring art online She's making a statement at the Vienna tourist board This is NPR news.
Iran: US should lift sanctions to prove it wants talks
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting Iran wants the United States to lift sanctions to prove it once stalled nuclear talks to proceed Iran's president said Monday the United States should lift sanctions on Iran to prove it is serious about restarting stalled nuclear talks in Vienna Ebrahim Raisi made his comments in an interview with Iranian state TV but in Washington at a state department briefing spokesman that price we will continue to enforce them together with our allies and partners around the world until and unless a run chooses a path of diplomacy talks between Iran and the European signatories of the twenty fifty nuclear deal alongside Russia and China have been stalled since June president Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew the United States from the accord in twenty eighteen Mike
Fresh update on "vienna" discussed on Seriously Clueless
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"vienna" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany
"You're doing i would say might be ninety percent ca but more and that's the problem and be don't actually see if you will gain these this the rest of these nearly ten percent accuracy in the next one or two years. So it's really mitchell long term. I would say it would take five to ten years at least to get this done but then it will be an absolute game changer. In the medical impression treatment am end as we said you guys are working out some of the parts together with the medical school university of vienna. I just looked it up before before. The interview ended Not gonna work waste This is one of the oldest universities in europe it's associated with twenty one nobel prize winners and it was founded thirteen fifty six for the americans that's more than two hundred fifty years before the first settlement in jamestown. And now we have this piece of trivia out of the way. I was wondering Would you deploy of you guys right. You'll be available on prescription in europe in germany in austria beginning of twenty twenty two without the next steps. You guys are doing and how you currently financed an. How will you finance your expansion so showed up. That's really really good question about our platform in our medical certified products in into languages. So it's german and celso english s. We have two languages. We also like to expand course the into the you ask the ising. That's really that would be really great opportunity. You're planning to do that by the end of next year. So bentiu for death. Expansion bills still looking for investors looking for a series actually and for germany. Yellow looking for compression honors. It means You know doing the apple quiz fiction on the actually need really a great chance force was approaching. The doctors chiasso directly. Think about normal medicine center of so you have the farmer the farmer guys going to the doctor and telling them up. These look at these antidepressant instead of decline so long. And that's exactly what we are looking for. A corporation in germany so in determine speaking role in in regard of sales ended up for. Us support also elsom kind of preparations elsom investments..
Fresh update on "vienna" discussed on Morning Edition
"Of whether he's going to be the one to fix many of these VA problems that have lasted so long Quell thanks for your insights on this occasion to many others Good talking with you Thank you Steve That's in Paris Lawrence This is NPR news 19 Later on morning edition a few years ago the Vienna museum of natural history wanted to post a picture of one of the city's fine art treasures but Facebook banned the photo of the 25,000 year old nude figurine for being pornographic So now the city's tourist board.
"vienna" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany
"As i mentioned before so. The doctors psychotherapists psychologists that we try really to to to be very open here so they can in by the depression specialists your doctor that psychologists there there thanks twists and then work on on on on the treatment together and raised seeing. You have all platform normally not precious really blackbox So you can tell someone how you feel how it's ver- king a khandu But the this are help sell platform. You are actually able to see how you're feeling you're eager to to see how you're progressing. And that's the big difference. Yeah so are taking willie what you normally have been all parts of medicine at that. You're have a look on blotter measures that you that you were doing doing some kind of of of of You're looking up. The minute amounts are is we are. Mit censor your. You're looking into into the patient and in in depression. He's just common always it sir x. Amount about only feelings. It's a lot about talking by not will measurements in that something really changing. So that's real. Fundamentally new patients and depression specialists can talk together and see how they're progressing. And if that at the peace we cooperating with a university of the ana yes co-producer university of vienna actually normal fields so at the end of the day for depression. you always have to the seattle. Want us to treatment. Part of the auto part is the the diagnostic park right and for treatment part week developed south have program south of program elements of behavioral therapy psychiatric patient and is extremely effective. It's effective as face to face therapy piano today on the inside the diagnostics. You know we just mentioned the different tests. We have to change your mind medical mood. Shots benign mac. But this will be only the first step you're going into direction so called digital phenotype you should feel typing means that everyone you meet show. We'd be those kind of digital of nobile using you're using smartphones and there are so many of.
Fresh update on "vienna" discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics
"Pay so much for confidentiality. Why why do they have to hide something. And then i would say like ninety percents have something to hide. That is really problematic. One of the things that we've been talking about in the show. Is these the same financial enablers that also help illicit organizations whether they are traffickers of drugs or traffickers of humans traffickers of gold or stolen goods. I mean it's the same financial process. Isn't it absolutely you see. It's merely a technique and you can use that technique for all sorts of purposes creating anonymity. The technique is relatively simple. It's what we call a structure and a structure is made up of shell companies typically a british virgin islands. You buy the in the panama papers. Komo suck fonseca here. You've got fourteen such providers and then you open bank accounts for these shell companies cyprus malta and then have in the middle of the network sitting the real the real batty dna blur who is typically a be beaten Geneva and london. Or maybe new york i don't know and actually the lawyer is the key the key figure not the most And the like tell us a little bit more about the lawyers role and what he does. Yeah you know as a lawyer you can. Of course do traditional work defense work. you can do legal advisory. I'm saying legal. Advisory not financial advisory on the other hand you can of course as a lawyer also engaged in financial transactions. If you do that though you are like a bangor oni durance company subject to anti-money-laundering legislation. If you're a traditional lawyer you have privilege if you are financial operator you're subject to money laundering legislation and that's sort of the world standards in between there is a great zone and that's where The people that we're countering here are really moving their opening the structure and then they're leaving it to somebody else to use it so the the money has shifted around by somebody else. But does the lawyer has opened the structure. And there's no way getting into that black box if you want. Because they have their legal privilege. So mark you're an expert on criminal law and criminology. And you've talked extensively about the gold business about fee fine also the way drug trafficking and terrorism are financed and you talk about the structure. What is the link between money laundering and organized crime muni. This is really a very closely. I mean if you go back to nineteen eighty-eight the vienna convention that was when money laundering as a concept was for the first time putin international triki it was all about drugs and organized crime mafia..
Should Teens Be Allowed to Drink at Home?
"Would love to hear your thoughts on parents. Condoning teenage drinking and allowing teenagers to drink with them in their home or on vacation in countries that do not have a drinking age. Thank you so much. What do you think about this. I think it's a great latter rain. What do you think like. Where are you on this because this is something that you know. Reasonable people disagree strongly on this one. Yeah no it. Brought me back to anna maria and my my friend in jerusalem and i it just has always stayed with me. I wasn't apparent at the time. But i always thought to myself when i have kids and i get to that stage. I want them to have a glass of wine with me and experience it and it not to be taboo. Because that's when i feel like people go kids go crazy. I think a lot of people are of that mind and actually. I was raised that way that you know having a sip of wine you know my parents wine if we were having dinner Little champagne if they were celebrating. Something was how. I grew up You know and i was still around plenty of highschool drinking and You know. I took a pretty low key approach to in college and i think you know sort of as not as a psychologist but personally i'm like yeah you know. I think we do a lot of work for me. I'm sorta worked for my kids. I think we couldn't vienna perspective So the truth on this one. Rena as far as i've come to understand. It is a psychologist is. You can actually go either way. Like i don't have a strong feeling like you know if have a strong feeling about something. I'll say it. I feel like parents can get this right either by. I'm gonna use finger quotes allowing drinking. You know not finger selena by either by allowing drinking in their home with their underage child or they can get it right by saying no. You know the way the law's set up as you're really not supposed to drink till you're twenty one And we're gonna stick with that what matters to me. Is the conversations get wrapped around it to me. It's much less important. You know what the rule is. It's much more important to me that the parent take advantage of whatever rule they make to have broader conversations about an alcohol in that kid's life.
Fresh update on "vienna" discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast
"A local to. Who's as soon as cerebral. Palsy cheering race day. Recently at your crises which is usually a zombie apocalypse. Rather than a sporting event they were doing a quick fundraising for a new chair for in which cost twenty eight thousand pounds and just yesterday. We learned that a number of anonymous benefactor have stepped in from that race event from the publicity and they've raised the money for the chair. Good say yes. We start this week with spiking reports have been circulating throughout the week of incidents of students who've been the victims of both drink and proximal concerning lee needle spiking and pay students fighting back. Yep certainly are. I think it's just you know we don't usually do this on the wonky show but we're probably going to get into some quite uncomfortable and difficult territory in the next few minutes when we're talking about this but essentially students having Drink spiked in nightclubs. His not unfortunately unusual thing in a previous life as a director of student support. There were always times of the year when you when that would bubble up in talk about it and lots of students would would be coming forward. What's different now. Is that the sort of coming forward anonymously. With lots of shame. Guilt fear around. It has turned into a different animal. Where quite rightly. There's a lot of rage and anger that this is being permitted are allowed to take place almost where in in supposedly spacey's where they have security tv etc etc. The different thing is the horrific awareness that people being injected rather than having liquid surreptitiously put into their drinks. And there was a really interesting chat that i saw on hypocrite. Who's a journalist for the mirrors twitter feed of parents saying we give people cling film circles to put over their drinks. What are we doing here. And there's quite a lot of protests across the country you name at a regional university in that protesting about boycotting nightclubs where this is taking place in significant numbers. It appears Currently although there's there's a slight hint of let's let's just keep it proportional but let's not forget the fact that sexual assault has been an area of concern quite rightly so for a number of years. This is a new phenomenon. It's just the way that the drugs being administered is a new phenomenon. Yeah it's interesting. I've read a couple of things today. You know experts medical experts suggesting that the kind of needles can thing might not be as prevalent as props the fears the social media might suggest and i guess you know the the the kind of jewelry on that stuff but right. I mean the. I am often struck by the the the kind of work that goes into what we might call the kind of civic agenda which it tends to be back comic impacts and solemn but actually some of the stuff around interacting with the business season the places that students for qur'an props from a licensing perspective in this case becomes just as important as me and i think i think what you reference about sort of medical experts is a good point but i suppose it plays into the wider environment about the challenges. We've seen and the concerns about things after the death of ceratin to be an answer sort of wider environment. And so. I think there's more work to be done in the space and and it's not. It's not an easy area to address. But i think that's certainly more the needs to be done on this. Pay the Sheet pretty patel. Has cold on the police. Turkana vienna the output ripple my desk in the morning thing. But you know there's there's a real question there this point about whether People will and whether they should trust what the police say about the prevalence of drinks sparking. I've said on the site this week. I certainly in in my previous life as cini chief executive acted with police. He would say while it's all might just people at continental air drink and the trump believes given the everard stuff that references. Et's heart a one hundred percent trusting. The police say about prevalence. I'd agree with you. jim. I think the important thing to be made here about people who have been impacted by this or their friends and families that there are sexual assault. Referral centers called socks across across england that they exist in scotland and wales perhaps under different names but they are kind of midpoint between place and also have trained individuals who can support victims of sexual assault. So i think it's important to reference those but yes if you look at the data and that's why Many women at a quite rightly outraged. The number of people who go forward with complaints and who rebuffed with. Well you know things about were you drinking kind of victim blaming and obviously the impact of these drugs. Mimic being extremely drunken incapacitated. So that's what many people seem to go to and they have been really good examples. Though over the recent years where students unions universities have worked very collaboratively with these and to to provide adequate training and linking with police another support services locally so it can be done but i would be completely understanding of people who have lost faith in in the place. In terms of the effectiveness of of how the criminal justice system receives complaints and processes them. We know this huge backlogs in the courts from underinvestment. But i wouldn't want people to think well. There's no point in raising as an issue so the sexual assault referral centers student support. Services in universities are sadly well used to to working In these situations and there are many local organizations so the police aren't the single route to to get support and resolution in these areas but the campaign i would suggest comes out of a lack of action over a long period of time from place law enforcement and other authorities in terms of responding appropriate to this right. Shall i mean. I've spent a part of this week actually for for for for a little bit of work. I'm doing with graham towel from dora. All about of been talking to previous on your offices for the much of the week And one of the things that has come up a number of times in those conversations that we still so eleven or twelve years. On from an uscca demark shapur we still lack national prevalence data on sexual harassment and sexual assault where where loads of other countries can nar the percentages of students that vice this and saw on but yeah in in in around the mainly still dealing with self selecting surveys. Why act think that we still don't really know the kind of depth and extent of the problem outside of this kind of viral human interest new.
The Life of Historian Gerda Lerner
"Hedwig crohn's stein was born. On april thirtieth nineteen twenty in vienna austria to robert and alana cranston hers was an affluent jewish family. The defied many of the norms of the time for starters. The family's money came from one. Gert is father used her mother's dowry to open a successful pharmaceutical enterprise. Gerdes mother was a bohemian artist. Who encouraged sexual freedom and vegetarianism has it. They're vastly different lifestyles. Robert and alana had a contentious relationship. The lava knew that. If she asked for a divorce she would lose custody of gerda and girders younger sister nora so alana and robert agreed that they would lead separate but discreet lives under the same roof. Gerda and nora had to make appointments to see their mother who was relegated to a single room separated from the rest of the apartment ilana enjoyed avant-garde art and had many young suitors while robert had a separate apartment for his mistress being a witness to her parents. Unorthodox arrangement exposed girded a female independence and caused her to question. Impose societal norms as gerda got older. She flirted with cultural and political radicalism
"vienna" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
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Childbirth in the 19th Century
"Mid nineteenth century didn't have anything close to what we would consider modern medicine. The germ theory of infection still didn't exist and many medical professionals still believed in things like my asthma's and humor's and would prescribe things like bloodletting patients also at this time. The mortality rate for women in childbirth was significantly higher than what it is today. The primary cause of death was something called peripheral fever also known as child bed fever. It was a disease that would strike women within days of giving birth and it often lead to raging. Fevers putrid pus. Admitting from the birth canal open sores in the abdomen and finally sepsis and death. The maternity wards at hospitals at this time in europe were primarily for lower class women and often prostitutes the deal. Was that women who came to the hospital. Could receive free care but their care would usually be overseen by students as it was a training hospital. When someone weiss arrived at vienna general it had to separate maternity wards. That were run quite differently. One ward was run by male doctors and the other ward was run by female midwives however the outcome in the two wards were radically different. The word with the doctors had a mortality rate. That was five times. That of the ward the midwives. The reputation of the doctors ward was so bad that women would often cry and plead not to go there and there were some that would hold off on their arrival so they could give birth in the street as if they gave birth in route to the hospital. They could get the same benefits as if they gave birth in the hospital. Shockingly women who gave birth in the street had a lower mortality rate than those who gave birth in the doctor's ward
The Other Mozart: Wolfgang's Sister, Maria Anna
"Some point. The enormity of his children's talent dawned on leopold. it wasn't just a father of two musical prodigies. But this was something that could open doors to royal courts all over europe in seventeen. Sixty two the wunderkind siblings performed for the emperor francis the i and empress maria theresa in vienna. This was their big debut in their first significant public performance. It took three weeks to travel from salzburg to vienna with two small children and put the family deepen dead however their performance was a smashing success. Leopold sent home the equivalent of two year salary after only a few weeks of performing in vienna with this success. They set out on a grand tour of europe visiting royal courts all over the continent at the start of the tour and seventeen sixty. Three wolfgang was seven and non role was eleven at the beginning of the tour. Non-royal often receive top billing in a letter home. Leopold wrote quote. My little girl plays the most difficult works which we have with incredible precision and so excellently. What it all amounts to is this that my little girl. Although she was only twelve years old is one of the most skillful players in europe and quote as they travelled leopold basically acted as an agent for his children. It wasn't just the royal courts in large capital cities where they performed they would also try to arrange performances in every city they visited and leopold would often put notices in local newspapers over the course of three years. The family worked their way across germany. Belgium and the netherlands with the furthest point being london on the way back home. They went through france and switzerland. During this trip wolfgang began composing furious pace including writing his first symphony at the age of eight maria. Ana often helps your little brother and writing down the music you wrote. They returned home to salzburg in seventeen sixty six and continued to make side trips to earn money including a return trip to vienna in seventeen sixty nine leopold set out again but this time he only brought wolfgang with him if maria ana had grown up in the present day she undoubtedly would have been one of the world's foremost musicians however she grew up in the eighteenth century and she was subject to the norms and the culture of that period once she reached an age where she could marry. She wasn't allowed to perform in public again. To do so would be
Can Your Dog Tell When You're Lying?
"About it. Dogs can usually tell when you're lying to them. That's according to a new study out of the university of vienna involving two hundred sixty canines and their ability to detect. Researchers ran a number of experiments between dogs and humans in one dogs were presented with two bowls of food one containing a treat when told which bowl had the treat. The dogs listen to what they were told. But what happened. Next is truly revealing researchers. Then switch the bowls containing the treat in front of the dogs while sometimes leading a second person watch when told by the second person which bowl had the treat. The dogs only listened when that person had actually been in the room. Moreover dog scored better than kids and chimpanzees in past similar studies.
Who Was Franz Liszt?
"Eighteen eleven was called the year of the great comet because a comet lit up the sky for over nine months and eighteen eleven was when franz liszt was born this came from writing which is in austria now but back then it was part of the austro-hungarian empire lists father worked for the same hungarian prince haydn had worked for years earlier. He wasn't a professional musician but he played several instruments including the piano list was six. His father started giving him lessons and list played his first concert in public when he was nine. Local members of the nobility were so impressed that they paid for him to go steady in vienna. Which was the center of music there. He took lessons from carl czerny. Who had studied piano with beethoven when czerny saw how talented list was he started. Teaching him for free list also started studying composition and he had his first piece published when he was eleven after a while czerny told list he had nothing more to teach him so list and his family moved to paris when he tried to get into the paris conservatory. They wouldn't take him not because he wasn't good but because he wasn't french list continued to study privately and to give concerts around europe since he was also very religious. He thought about becoming a priest instead of a musician but his father said you belong to art. Not the church.
Iran's President-Elect Says Talking About Missiles Is 'Off Limits'
"On Iran is getting ready for another round of indirect talks aimed at reviving the 2015 nuclear deal. But a newly elected president of Iran doesn't want to take on other issues The Americans are hoping to discuss. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports hardliner Ibrahim Breezy, will be sworn in as Iran's president in August, and he's already making clear that some topics are off limits like the country's missile program. But the Biden administration wants to talk about missiles and get a better nuclear deal with Iran. The first step is getting back into the one the Trump administration left. That job falls to US envoy Robert Malley. I don't think that this window is going to be open forever at some point will have to conclude that this is not succeeding, but we're not there yet. We still think that it's that it's possible. We still think that it's certainly in our interest. We think it's in Iran's interest to, but they'll have to make that decision for themselves. In an interview to air on Fridays morning edition, Malle says the negotiations in Vienna have been tough. Iran wants more financial relief than the U. S. Is willing to offer and the U. S. Wants to. In Malley's words, rewind the tape on work Iran has done since the Trump administration left the deal like building its supply of nuclear fuel. Get back to where we were in 2016. With a cap on on the levels of enrichment, with the cap on what centrifuges they could use and rich with a cap on the amount of enriched uranium they could have. And with the IAEA, the nuclear inspectors being able to monitor Everything they're doing, which is not occurring today. Iran refuses to meet US diplomats, O'Malley passes messages through European diplomats He's also raising the cases of detained Americans, though Biden administration officials insist that this is separate from the nuclear diplomacy.
Diplomats meet in Vienna for more Iran nuclear talks
"Talks between Iran and global powers continuous senior diplomats meets in Vienna to try to restore twenty fifteen you could deal sensitive from China Germany France Russia and Britain all together in a hotel in the Austrian capital their aim is to revive the landmark agreement to contain Iranian nuclear development Russian envoy me hand it would be an oft tweeted that an agreement on the restoration of the deal was within reach but not yet finalized there is no U. S. representative at the table because former U. S. president Donald trump pulled the U. S. I don't have the deal in twenty eighteen however president by this administration have shown willingness to rejoin the deal under certain times the U. S. delegation in Vienna is taking part in indirect talks with Iran with diplomats from the other world powers acting as go betweens I'm Karen Thomas
The History of Marie Taglioni: The Romantic Era’s Most Renowned Ballerina
"And we're gonna talk about a very famous to anybody who knows anything about dance. Marie tagliani who was very famous dancer. really considered the ballerina of the romantic and she's often credited with revolutionizing valet restyling it redefining dance but her father was really a pretty significant part of all of those achievements And she came from a bali family. So i mentioned her father but also her grandfather. Carl tahiliani was a theatrical dancer. And a choreographer. Her uncle salvator was a prominent dancer. Her mother was swedish. Ballerina named hedvig sophie. Karston although she did not go by head big But her father. Felipe tagliani was really the biggest influence on her life and her career and filippo was a dancer and a choreographer he was very successful and he's credited with much of the development of what we now refer to as the romantic ballet style so marie had dance in her blood like genetically she should've been primed but it didn't really play out that way. Initially no in eighteen o three filippo. He took a job as principal dancer and ballet master in stockholm sweden. And that's where he met and married sophie karston. Which is the name. She used her middle name Instead of her first name which was big they started a family right away. Marie was born on april. Twenty third eighteen. Four in stockholm. Her brother paul was born. Four years later and filippo accepted a post in vienna. When marie was still an infant and philippa did some training with his children when they were very young but When they were school age he moved them to paris to pursue additional dance training but despite being the daughter of to accomplish answers and having a pedigree that goes went back even further than that. Marie really did not impress the ballet masters in the french capital according to paris opera director. Louis veron's more jean-francois kulon. Who was the prison teacher. Who had trained filippo once. Famously said this about marie. When all that little hunchback ever learned
Iran's Presidential Candidate Slate Leans Heavily Toward Hard-Liners
"Government has approved the final list of candidates for that country's presidential elections. Voting day is coming right up June 18th. Iran has a very short campaign period. Now the slate is seven approved candidates. It gives the upper hand too hard liners and this election could have an impact on relations between Iran and the U. S. And whether negotiations resume on the 2015 nuclear deal. There are ongoing indirect talks in Vienna focused on restoring the talks over the deal. That now former President Trump withdrew from NPR's Peter Kenyon is tracking all of this from Istanbul. Who, Peter Hi, Mary. Louise. Okay, So how does it work in Iran? How did they get down to these seven candidates? Well, you know, it's pretty wide open when it comes to who can sign up who can register to run for president in Iran, and this year, nearly 600 people took the opportunity to sign up. But there is this group. It's called The Guardian Council. It's got 12 members, six of them appointed by the Supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and that counsel is in charge of vetting the candidates. The criteria have never really been explained. But this year, the council eliminated all but seven of those several 100 presidential hopefuls. And I guess we should note that the incumbent Hassan Rouhani, he's finishing his second term term limited. He's not eligible to run this year. Okay, So who made the cut who got weeded out? Well, a former President Mahmoud a. Medina Jod was rejected again. He's becoming known as a perennial candidate. To no one's surprise. The early hardline favorite Abraham racy, was approved. He's a conservative cleric head of the Iran's judiciary. He ran against her honey and 2013 and lost. He's been linked to The infamous so called death panel that in 1988 sent thousands of political prisoners to their death s O. That's the front runner, and there are six other candidates, including the former nuclear negotiator, a central bank governor. But analysts say no one although there's some prominent names in there, no one looks likely to defeat right, you see, unless there's a surprise During this very short campaign,
Southwest Passenger Accused of Knocking Out Flight Attendant's Teeth
"Airlines is banning a passenger for unruly conduct. The woman is accused of punching a flight attendant in the face last weekend and incident that highlighted a recent increase in unruly passengers. The incident happened after a plane from Sacramento, California landed in San Diego on Sunday. San Diego Harbor police arrested 28 year old Vienna kid known is and charged her with felony battery, and she is now banned from Southwest flight attendant suffered serious injuries, losing two teeth.
Iran Says Inspectors May No Longer Get Nuclear Sites Images
"Iran's parliament speaker says that international inspectors may no longer access surveillance images of the slump republics and you can't sites escalating tensions amid diplomatic efforts in Vienna to say Toronto atomic accord with world powers the comments by Iran's parliament speaker ad by state TV further underscored the narrowing window for the U. S. and others to reach terms with Iran this article public is already enriching and stockpiling uranium at levels far beyond those allowed by the two thousand and fifteen nuclear deal the international atomic energy agency has said its director general will brief reporters in Vienna the United Nations agency did not immediately respond to requests for comment I'm sorry a shockingly
Iran Says Inspectors May No Longer Get Nuclear Sites Images
"News president, said Fry That he'd be willing to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Eun if Kim committed to discussing his nuclear program, and today, the speaker in Iran's parliament said international inspectors may no longer access surveillance images of the country's nuclear sites. It's the latest complication to efforts in Vienna to restore the Iran
Love Without Martinis With Chantal Jauvin
"Hello chantale thank you for coming. To the addicted mine podcast. I'm excited to talk about your book. Love without martinis but before we start. I wanna know a little bit about you and your story and how you got to this book. Hello dwayne thank you very much for having me on the show so i said my initial apologize and i come from canada so you will have a little french accent here and there. I currently reside in philadelphia. My career has been mostly as an attorney. It's been a lot of fun. I've had the opportunity to work and live in places. Such as cambodia and russia and vienna. Because i've practiced international trade law and then financial services in my last position was with western union general counsel which is what brought me to the. Us their head office is in denver. Colorado and eventually became general counsel and was moved to you their head office beautiful place denver awesome. Wow so you've been all over at all kinds of experiences and started this journey of recovery somehow and and got there so tell me a little bit about your story and how that all evolved and what went on and got this book. Yeah my journey of recovery. Actually i started by meeting the man that i fell in love with. That would eventually become my husband. He also was working at your western union and he was the president of western union. We were both working in denver. Fortunately he left the company and our friendship was able to bloom and your romance recycling together motorcycling and decided that we wanted to have a new fresh start together
US denies Iran claims of prisoner deal; UK plays it down
"The state department is denying a report that deals have been reached with Iran for the release of U. S. and British prisoners but he might not be as although the you try harder isn't going to get you twenty five dollars off the house to meet your daughter citing unidentified sources Iran state television reported what it described as for American spice would be swapped for for Aronian prisoners and seven billion dollars state TV is run by hardliners in the report comes amid a power struggle between hard liners in the relatively moderate government of Iranian president Hassan Rouhani raising the prospect the report was intended to disrupt talks in Vienna on resuscitating Iran's nuclear deal with world powers state department spokesman that prices simply report sent a prisoner swap deal has been reached are not true my president Biden's chief of staff Ron Klain tells CBS's face the nation the U. S. is working very hard to get the Americans released but so far there's no agreement Ben Thomas Washington
Progress Reported at Iran Nuclear Talks in Vienna
Diplomats From 5 Nations Resuming Iran Nuclear Talks
"High ranking diplomats from China Germany France Russia and Britain are set to resume talks focused on bringing the US back into the landmark nuclear deal with Iran the US will not have a representative at the table when diplomats meet in Vienna because former president Donald Trump unilaterally pull the country out of the deal known as the joint comprehensive plan of action in two thousand and eighteen trump also restored and augmented the sanctions to try to force Iran into renegotiating the pact with more concessions president Joe Biden wants to rejoin the deal a U. S. delegation in Vienna is taking part in in direct talks with Iran with diplomats from other world powers acting as go betweens on its area shockingly
"vienna" Discussed on Vienna Tree Service & Landscaping
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Whenever you're wanting to trim your remove your trees dump stump grind your your stomps remove your stumps and and landscaping. We're gonna talk about shirts. Different tips and tricks and things to do and not do on this podcast. So this first podcast is going to be a an an introduction. Podcast where we just talk about our company a little bit and then in the later podcast. We'll get into some more funner details and and things like that so for now. Let's just go ahead and get into our company and a little bit about what we do so we are a full service tree service contractor in vienna virginia. Our company name is vienna tree service and landscaping. Our phone number is be sure to write this down. Seven zero three four two zero one eight eight six seven zero three four two zero one eight six so being a tree. Service and landscaping is the best provider of tree services in vienna virginia. 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"vienna" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
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I think you do a great job of being the cornerstone. Because of how in touch with your hot take you are so bad even what you think about this many so the somewhere in between definitely and maybe not as much so i liked this movie. A fair amount okay. We'll not be in my top five. But i still really liked it. I will do a rewatch i man. I'm a sucker this year for the family family. Bits with the kids and the in the adult for the family. Bits says typical scalding hot. Take from panda there so like i don't know that definitely made two point two. You started this signed and sealed. Jane what did you think of this movie. I'm right down the middle as well. I liked it i. Of course the vienna part really kicked it over the top. For which. I'll get into later but i loved it i loved those actually filmed there. I liked. I liked the writing. I thought the dialogue was fun. And i like when things are kind of awkward between the romantic leads for a longer time. Like this movie was not so melodramatic. I thought it was a real doozy in this one that he's got three kids you know usually it's just one kind of sad overly mature eight year old that you suddenly stepparent too but i was like whoa step in into a busy busy family. I also just the parts. That i didn't like we'll we'll we'll be in my weight. What's but but overall what missed the mark for me was all the job stuff like i got confused about a lot of everyone's job things and i think that's a staple of these movies but if you took jobs stuff out of it and still be what the point was and i liked it. Yeah i'm right there with everybody. So far i liked it. It was fine. We'll be top five But i liked. I really liked surgery. I thought she was great. It's really enjoyed her in brennan's brennan he's wonderful and he actually is. My older fields was just a second but just wonderful. He's great You know the kids were fine They were there and i enjoyed her with the kids. I thought it was kind of a natural fit and feel weird I agree like there are a couple of things i didn't i felt like Brought like she's right. Brennan is very hot and coldness. Yes she says it. He is and almost to the point to where it's just knowing. I got annoyed when he says. Hey give me your opinion. And then she gives out quickly valid opinion. That the fact that you haven't thought about your kids and what they might think about it like someone need to say it so you shouldn't be mad at. I don't know he was very up and down throughout the whole movie. And i'm worried that after a while she's gonna get sick of that like eventually. Yeah events like it's only been a week eventually. You can't take it anymore. So i i don't know that part of it. He was very up and down more so than the normal guy is in these movies. And so i don't know it was fine vienna amazing I wanna go there. Apparently they only eat sweets. So count me in So all that's working for me but overall just to find for brand thank you. I'm glad that it happened. Because i'm glad i got to go there via film. Yeah thank god. We got violin movie. I have been clamoring for a cy. I just feel like we're just under using this particular piece of the orchestra and it's the third violin movie in fourteen movies. That's higher than twenty percent is what hallmarks batting on making sure movies about a violin. Here's the thing about these travel movies like. Whether it's like italy. Rome or bruise or vienna is if you look close enough to movies are still terrible. they're they're really really bad. It's just bad in. Vienna and this movie was no exception. Vienna look vienna's beautiful but we like it's not a place that i think even in the three of us if we're thinking of travelling to a place we list in our first few dozen But it is beautiful for sure the rest of the movie just to a truck full weight. What's really from opening frame to. Last the performance of the end is mind. Bogglingly stupid The dialogue to snap a little bit brennan elliott is a fixture these and he does a great job for reason. Sarah drew does a good job to the movie. Just isn't good. it just is a. it's a slog. And if it's a slog indiana i don. I just don't know what to tell you. I saw slog and being live once so good and.
"vienna" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Has an APP. Hey, Vienna that enables women to find and connect with new friends anywhere And at any stage in their lives, Olivia, Welcome. Nice to have you here. Thanks for having me. Well, I had read than you actually came up with this idea while looking at an online dating site. Is that true? It's true. I mean, it was really the Planting the seeds along the road. And so it was a hybrid of trying to use online dating on and realizing that I was making more friends and love connections. It was creating a women's social Happy hour networking group where I saw women coming together every single month. To network like friends and then bringing kind of those two ideas together to make even a women's only apt for friends. So then how do you go about mashing up people? Is that an algorithm that works very similar to the way a dating site might or is slightly different. Yeah. At the end of the day, it's all about compatibility. So we're a little bit more data driven than some of the kind of more fun and like, Hey, photo driven absolute out there. But because for friendship, it's really actually very important to have information. Like what life stage are you in? Like, What are you looking for? You know how long have you been living where you're living? You know, what's your lifestyle like, you know, Are you a daytime or nighttime person like You know? Do you want to go out for a glass of wine? Ready? Let's meet up for breakfast. Those are important information points when it comes to meeting a new friend. So do you. Are you able to track how many friendships you and able through this act? Yes, that we've made over 150,000 new matches and our beta phase over the last nine months alone. Nice, you know, although I mean, I guess some people might look at this and say Well, you know, making friends is a basic social skill. Do we really need an app for that, too? I mean, at the end of the day, Yes, because it makes your life easier and at the same time like we've always been able to date but A dating app makes it easier to find the right person. We're busy.
"vienna" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program
"Hey I'm Toni Moreland in. This is POW podcast of wisdom from the. A program where we talk about the latest tech trends and give insight to all of the opportunities available for developers looking great for Samsung. On today's show I interviewed Tomasz IOS check from. Vienna studios. Thomas is an amazing watch face designer even won the two thousand Nineteen Best Galaxy Store Award for best indie watch face designer some of his designs he's price them in the hundreds of dollars and people are buying them. And the software he uses to create the graphics. It's typically not used for designing watch faces you're going to be surprised enjoy. So tell us tell me who is Tomas your shack. Well. Ashes check interesting question. Will I would describe myself as somebody who left learn. As an example and whole. Lap Storage goals. I said, Wangle few years ago I wanted to run American. So, I repair myself one year long and afterwards I barely use the spot shoes. So then I have another goals again. So it sounds like maybe a short attention span that. You're into something for a brief moment, and then after that, you move onto the next challenge. has definitively. So tell me how did you get your start in design design was always kind of a hobby of myself and even. Who Do have to PhD's in? Nature Sciences I always laugh to be somewhere in fields where nobody having before. So if it is research where I'm working on something new or an producing some new in field of design, I love it. So your your education is not design base. He said you have to PhD's in natural sciences. Yes yes. I never studied that. Wow, that's pretty amazing because I mean truthfully, you are one of the top sellers on the galaxy store when it comes to watch faces your qualities. Amazing. So to to hear that that is really coming out of as a hobby is is pretty impressive. Tell me how did you first hear about the Simpson Galaxy Watch? The exact moment I cannot remember a right now however, I cannot forget the first day after my first March having published on Galaxy store. and. After I looked statistic and there have been more than four thousand downloads, these i. a motive of myself. I was surprised shop and I definitely knew Murphy South Thinking. How did you first hear about selling watch faces you know been using our software galaxy designer at the time, which is now Galaxy Watch studio. Okay I was starting designing faces face her creative studio for so I had some basics or you'll earn before and so switching to galaxy store was actually nothing new for. The big differen- was only the the market which seems to be extremely huge from my point of view. So the market for the galaxy, watch faces is much bigger than the market when you producing them through phaser. At least he's my impression one year before. Okay. So how long have you been designing watch faces right now it is three years I know it'd before I got. My first model which for my brother as a present to my fourteen year celebration party, and since they might end just Languid Watch faces. So is this what you do full-time or do you have a side Gig for you? What's your main focus for for for income? Ed Moment is my full time job and he has creating nice income actually the best. I. Ever had before even compared with company into a few years ago in in what was that company deficit, a pure research company F- field of renewable materials. So completely, different staff, we had up to seven employees. Back to however from the point of view now always even bigger. WOW CR based in Australia but tell me where are you originally from? So I was born into Columbia. Slovakian. Pot where I'm actually now as we are speaking. To Split Bolt Guest Guetta I was doing my parents and afterwards, I, go to few opportunities in Alcyone Germany and so stating out here and is it just yourself or do you have employees any moment? My bradaigh stole supporting me creating also some brands don't use Matias Alexi Bryant from portfolios coming from him. So we are two full time now working at this project and sometimes we are cooperating we. Freelancers in this globally, he'll reach out to Freelancers from around the world to have you help with some of the design aspects. Yes. Sparkling Barrow. Depends anise are implemented or can make some projects corporation. Do you work out of your house or do you actually have a place of business I started as maybe also another designer kitchen. So my.
"vienna" Discussed on Hysteria 51
"Wife. So they're having whatever anybody you on your tombstone. Yeah But I'm A. I'm Marie cooking dinner tonight. Because we can't I mean literally I mean we're not not gonNA go out to eat. I mean I'm not gonNA just go pick up takeout Magazine could I could get something delivered. But I'm cooking dinner. I'M GONNA make a A beef roulette with some interesting ingredients inside. And I I'm not gonNA BE SALTING ANYTIME WEISS GONNA be like normally cooking's decent wise everything so bladder well had some Vienna sausages earlier I I think tonight we're going to saddle up to an we've got steaks and all the meats and all that stuff in the in the The freezer that we got that are nice cuts that we need to eat. But we've been eating a lot of like pastas and things lately and last night. 'cause it's Friday and we had done while we actually ordered a pizza so we're probably eating left. I had to guess for dinner tonight from eight days ago from yesterday. Oh you said last Friday. I inferred that he's like it was Friday yesterday. So yeah and Now it's no longer Friday but we slow the pizza and if you order Chicago Pizza's. It seems like no matter what you get. We don't get like the deep dish but they're still at forty five pounds of pizza. You'll see you don. I'm like literally four or five times. It's interesting you say that I've been seeing that a lot on twitter and not. The scar repeats thing but the we're eating a lot of CARBS. You know it feels like I. It's in everyone. It's because it's not like you can't go get fresh vegetables to make a salad stores are open but the collective country just feels like it's in comfort food you know in a pasta sounds good. Yeah yeah which by pragmatic it'd be the opposite. Ubt and everything fresh that when the When supply chain completely shuts down. And we're all on her own. That's when you have to go to the box stuff. While I'm that's why I'm spending my money into the food rehydrate or market for all the people that have hydrated too much food after they come out of this. We see Jerky speech to the Pizza Hut pizza food. Who's GonNa eat all that beats I will? I'll eat that pizza. A we're fine. We have six months supply of Murray's the true I I know that's true So while we're on that subject back to the future to Take Care my favorite in the series Probably for me the most watchable. I probably like the first one better. Just because of its was a new gimmick and offline but I think number two is probably the one you can just shut your brain off and watch the most. Yeah and everyone agrees. Doc Brown seen million ways to die in the West. But.
"vienna" Discussed on Hysteria 51
"Got it. He's not up K. I was trying to come up with the last time. Brent took a shot joke but it just didn't fully forum in time and so then I fell apart even further because then I didn't say something else. Okay so I don't know I don't know what to do in this new brave new world. I got an important question for you though. What's that is your brand the armor than the go-to brand for Vienna's passages or one of those weird off. Brand Vienna sausages. No I went. I went classic armor. I knew that that is the hot dog. Armor hotdogs remember those commercials from back in the day. Well this isn't exactly how these are like you know how like hotdogs are toaster. Lebron's Lipson assholes. This is what falls under the grinder hotdog. Stay kind of thing. So it's it's It Certainly smells like that. So before we get into what we're about to try to give the kids at home a little bit on the Vienna sausage. This is from wikipedia so we did a lottery search here. Vienna sausage Otherwise known in German as a Venus version is a thin parboiled sausage traditionally made pork and beef and a casing of ship sheep's intestine Then given a low temperature smoking. The work meaner instrument for Vietnamese in Austria. So this is a sausage sausage that anyone gets an encased meat Boy So here. In North America after having been brought to you North America by European immigrants the Vienna sausage came to mean only smaller and much shorter smoked and canned wieners. Rather than link sausage beginning about nineteen three however they have no federal standards of identity Yes they do the armor. I think that's I think we need to update this PD. Pitch a North American sausages are made similarly to pork wieners. Finally ground to a paste. Consistency makes with Salt and spices such close coriander nutmeg onion powder and finely ground dry red pepper. I smells like so much more chemicals than it does all of that. It depends on what you get. Because there's the original which is my go-to but there is smoked. There's chicken there is barbecue flavored They're spicy and actually the spicy is really good. If you can find him they're harder to find but You do have some some choices out there now. There are people that like the goalies brand that liberties brand. But I'm a I'm an armor fan myself like pictures of Anna sausages from across the world and across the world. They look delicious. They look like You know traditional sausages. You might buy it. A butcher knife boomer like their little longer and harder like a yeah like a role And then there's a picture from North America and it's it's a big old cannock these some places. If they're they're they're dried they call him. Hunter sticks. Actually I've seen hunter sticks so you know the have you also seen the giant can and that they make that is like the INS. It's just the chopped up pieces because if it's too much work for you to chop it up to put into whatever you're making which they are good and Macaroni Lisa. Stop making those. She's not even speaking. She just has. This disgust didn't know how discussing to get more disgusting. They have armor Vienna Sausage Bourbon Barbecue flavored sauce. Like that sounds like vomit. Yeah Yeah I'm with Leeson his when So so Brandt I I don't WanNa just rain on your parade I WANNA. I WANNA be a good partner here so I went above and beyond I prepared my th- my Vienna sausages few different ways I went low class on what high class and I went normal because I want to give it every opportunity to enter into my world. I will not be judgmental I'm not going to cast aspersions. I'm just going to. So here's what I did. I I've got a regular sausage either. Can and then for the alternative to that. I just have one toasted in a pan. So they're just a regular sausage toast them ever myself so I'm very bland. As far as it goes and the other thing that I will say is when you open these up there in leakey jellied sauce and I do not like that at all so I have. My can isn't even open. I just had up here ready to go okay. What I would be doing if it's downstairs. Where you normally doing is I washed them off in the sink. I rent them out and drain them and then eat them that way. However the other day the Canyon opened was kind of dry. And you're upset that the jelly wasn't there no not well. I was upset like should I not eat this because it looked weird. It didn't have the disgusting Jelly. I'm going to bet on whether you did it in So I ate part of them though they went to the dog who just loved them seasons under me. Gordie sits underneath because he knows. I'm probably going to drop something at some point in time. And so we we've been looking at the armor site Roku Cobra talking. Cotton Spicy is okay. But that's not my favorite. I'm sorry it's the Jalapeno is the one that I liked the best. Wow okay all right I. I didn't realize there are so many varied choices with your armor. Armor just lives in sodium. I looked at the sodium. Count on these things. It's like six hundred thirty and the they considered one tiny hand to serving. So it's close to your days worth of sodium in this little cannon which because Leeson I went and got our full checkups recently in my sodium. Everything levels were great. They're like you're in fantastic health. I'm like well thank you. Well I might be true but it has nothing to do with that. Your sodium level actually has is no reflection of how much sodium you consume and review back. The reason I know that is because I did a little dance last time. I had my checkup because unlike Soya sauce isn't hurting me. He's like dude has nothing to do with it. Like I cut back on Sodium IF YOU SODIUM LEVELS HIGH. I don't I don't know they actor on TV I don't know Console to What's that guy's name that's always on CNN now spacing that they have a doctor? This poor guy My wife watches a lot of CNN. He's he's on twenty four hours a day seven days a week around with a friend of milk. Say He's the Ronin. He's the guy the go-to Guy He. He hosts a he hosts a podcast about about corona virus. John I feel like we're doing a disservice real quick before we get to your Tade in raw style. The heard me open the can yet. Okay go ahead. Are we ready lease? That's his name. Go ahead which is interesting. Gupta is how I would describe the Jelly that is on these sir. All right here we go. I don't know if they're gonNA be able to hear it but.
"vienna" Discussed on Hysteria 51
"Because you are credit up like that monkey from outbreak and leasing. I don't want you in our house. That's not true. I am governor. Put Your name in the package. Bill saying Django for stay in his domicile. Ain't even ever used that terminology. But that was the proper algae from the governor. I am fully healed from my strep throat. And I'm good to go by the way we are broadcasting live from various points in the lower fourth dimension otherwise known as Chicago. I am your host John. Goforth alongside is my co host and not exactly alongside along Along wire I don't know his name's Brent hand and We're joined by a very special guest sprint. Yeah Yeah but I turned off about so leases here. We can talk about her. I Guess Okay Fair enough at least producer. Lisa you're on the Mike rather than behind the The board has feel well in these times. I should probably behind a very thick glass but Brent says that whatever he has I get to have to. We're we're What's his tandem Corning Brent? Does it count when during the day when you leave and go lick a bus stops. Someone's gotta do their duty. Hey Ultra side. You see that That influence her insurance influence guy. That was going around. Licking things now has corona viruses in the hospital. No Way Yeah. He's one of those people two of them. Now that have made jokes about one one woman that toilet seat and this guy was licking doorknobs. Both of them are in separate hospitals with coronavirus happy's of the tongue. Why would you leave the guy from the Utah Jazz? He was at one of the press conference before the NBA season was was cancelled. He's like I'm not scared of it. And he walked by and touched the ends of all the mics and he's the one who came down with the virus and is why the season cancelled. Yeah that was That was like the first Big Corona Virus Footba Pau while other than the whole not taking it seriously by the federal government. Bat Soup thing but yeah you know you juicers venture But but yes. So he was. It was a couple of days before anyone. Let's be honest before anyone taken seriously Just a popular player to Rudy. Gobert to thank his name. Gobert Go bare he Yet I mean there's no defense because you should have been taken seriously but like if we are going to post defense for him. It's like well they hadn't even be cancelled the NBA season yet. And then the I suppose the other argument there is a yeah and then they cancelled the NBA season. Well and now all defense is zone defense because we gotta keep six feet away. So did you try and make like a sports joking there. No I did and I'll have succeeded pretty received over here by the wide receiver in the waste. Thinks falling apart at the same happening alternate side. We're talking about You know things that we've done due to stay sane while in Gordon and lease and I've been eating I not normally I guess is the best way to put it. You find yourself kind of going towards stuff like that in John. You had a great idea for a well answering to an idea that one of our listeners had doing a cafeteria fifty one cafeteria fifty one. That's right kids so we're GONNA hop on once a week could be time some weeks and zero others but we're GONNA hop on a do extra episodes and Well yes here and there we're GonNa talk about the pandemic not the same stuff you get on the news like you know the numbers and all of that but more along the lines of just Howard dealing with it and you know 'cause you can't ignore the The virus in the room but but we're also going to try to avoid that Doing that twenty four seven and one idea was exactly what you just said Brent Cafeteria fifty one. So we're GONNA we're the one thing I can tell. You is will always be eating weird stuff it whenever both going to be sitting here going. Oh yeah this. The shrimp is lovely. How I feel about that because the first pick was your pick and I'm like I got that in the cupboard. Anyway I eat that all the time so let me just get one. Yeah yes so. Today we are going to talk Vienna sausages and meet the number one snack of the number one snack of hunters. The they actually used know I know but like was there an actual pole or You know if you're a hunter okay got it. He's not up.
"vienna" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"vienna" Discussed on WTOP
"Colder is thirty three in Vienna right now thirty Ford Waldorf it's thirty five in northwest Washington okay man it's one fifty one the trump administration is deploying fifty border patrol agents and fifty office of field operations personnel across the country to bolster immigration enforcement in sanctuary cities CBS news immigration reporter Camilla Montoya Galvez has more on the kinds of officers that'll be on the job fifty officers in the office of field operations which oversees the nation's point of entries like airports are border crossings or sea ports and the other fifty are members of the US border patrol including members of this it leads highly trained unit known as for tech which is has been described as a sort of swat level team so very highly skilled highly aren't as well the department of education is launching an investigation into multiple schools including Yale and Harvard over foreign funds they're receiving according to department materials reviewed by the Wall Street journal this is part of a continuing review that has found U. S. universities failed to report at least six and a half billion dollars in foreign funding from countries such as China and Saudi Arabia US universities have generally defended their international collaborations thing the education department's reporting requirements remain unclear that's something which department officials deny garden editor Mike McGrath with your W. T. O. P. garden plot of the day I think you saw some cherry blossoms in bloom this past week you're not crazy but the weather certainly is researchers at the USA national phonology network if confirmed that are warmer winters confusing the heck out of our spring blooming plants phonology is the study of the timing of seasonal events in plants the researchers confirm the plants are undergoing their seasonal changes much earlier just like last year when the cherry blossom display at the tidal basin was greatly diminished by an early bloom followed by a cold snap same thing happened this week when blossoms were cited followed by nights below freezing nothing we can do to help the plants directly other than to try to slow down this warming I'm getting warmer Mike McGrath and I hope to see you when I appear February twenty second and twenty third at the capitol home show at the dollars expo center in Chantilly fresh garden plot comes an hour from now you can see all of Mike's tips at W. T. O. P. dot com this is all star weekend for the NBA which includes a nod to the next class to be inducted into the basketball hall of fame the basketball hall of fame inductees will be announced in April among the eight finalists are three sure fire hall of Famers Tim Duncan Kevin Garnett and Kobe Bryant insuring that the inductions ceremony at the hall in Springfield Massachusetts in August will be an emotional affair going into the hall as recipients of the Curt Gowdy media award sports writer and commentator Michael will bond and longtime play by play announcer the voice of the NBA finals Mike Breen but Michigan CBS news just ahead in money news love your job that might be.
"vienna" Discussed on WTOP
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"vienna" Discussed on PerfBytes
"Well We're now with another friend Frank Jarring of course now that Not French but We had a chance to Meet you what do you think of the conference here accelerate first day. What has been your opinions? Have you enjoyed today and tell us as well I went too far about you. A little bit I What about Franken Frank? He's a famous walking in France. So I'm doing mostly covers thing with notice no-load food and also using PM then. I'm also doing some testing with security and the salaries for applications occasions and today it was very nice. Because for the could see the EPA solution of and right. Now we are you. Are you just got to test project standard whilst xenia solution to be some kind of competitive to get it on while you can Directly include your scape from I forgot was a long day. Yeah exactly and it's easy to use very fast. It's way based cloud platform the only and I think it's A. It's very good to very promising for the future of this decision. Ah outside a very good Jewel and all this. I like what you're doing or what you talked about and But also I would like to have Your impression if you had a chance to attend the any of the presentations that I've been. which ones did you lie? Would you recommend or what. What did you get humblest conference? Today I was already here yesterday for the now even so I could see already some of the nicer new. Uh New antigens such official coming so this is very nice. I mean some of the the politician today while the other to the formation of yesterday we could go more Tuesda formation deserves so demonstration. You have nice tender. Well you can't try to make your b-best skipped so it's very nice very easy sorretto challenge and But I think it was very interesting. A nice the Nice Event Photo I think tomorrow it will be even Lord I think when you will be performing your Oh yes wasn't ready to say to you. Oh you missed some awesome size I mean Leandro slide style. Yeah Yeah particular style. It was a little bit. I I tried to make it fun so I don't think you'll see another presentation that style. I saw your presentation at the Pacman. Yes yes so If you were scandalized about those ones than probably would have liked. Yeah but Yeah any any last Thoughts before we close it in the performance engineer so so he aspects for functionality automation some are very nice but for me I was I wanted to see more flood what we can do and I would say it's still missing stuff to be a great I to flood can take action with Dina tries to get Monitoring clear coming in sight of the tool format. You can just fouche formation to deny of to you already for the well. It's twenty that you mentioned You you get. You're listening to this episode today We got to talk to Ivan Who gave us a little bit of information about the news with a flawed So I guess you won't be disappointed and you will get eventually what we're looking for information from this conference so Look forward to it. Okay and I think yeah I mean uh there's a lack of track on performance wants that's mine I think people. That is a customer or uproar. Friends of presents usually do more automation. So I'm not surprised about about it but I think having more track performance would make sense billions so the thing. That's that's on the recommendation for next year. Please push push-back more more more respect. That's exactly the point. I want to be a software where you can do poses cup of testing but for me today to us eighty percent of our beetle artificial intelligence and a one percent and I still want to beat of governments. I think we all want an show especially But I think also the approaches to have it only two or get support from other from other other areas It's also important so well I want to thank you very much for giving your opinions. What you think and sharing with the audience Listen listen quickly you want or have any way for people to get in touch with you can contact me look and I'm gonNA spell it it because his frank That's normal jared. I don't know JOCK J. A. R. E.. So everybody if you want to get in touch with Frank You can find him on Lincoln. Lincoln awesome thank you very much frank. And that was the first day of the accelerate conference we can find more people during that day like our friend. Ivan mentioned everybody was rushing for. We had to wait until the second day of the conference when we kept finding more friends to talk to about perform insisting of course so now the next friend this hi everybody and welcome to day number two of the conference accelerate twenty nine thousand nine. I again. Walking around with my friend Henrik and Rick is busy right now preparing his conference. But I had a chance to walk into one of my Latino. Eighteen brothers Mister Leonardo Mantova Mantova monthly. One man to one okay Thank you very much for accepting interview and to share with our audience. What is your experience on this conference for Try Synthesis accelerate but before we go further. Why don't you tell us a little bit about you? What are you doing here? Why am I chasing you to get an interview I chose a little bit about you. Hello and thank you very much for the main this interview I'm Dina and I'm here. Indiana in the accelerate two thousand nineteen and I have been around testing performance testing for about three and a half years and I was always a passionate about testing tools every testing tools for automation. And then I learned about performance to the theory behind it and then learn how to use the tools specifically. I'm when my company my actual combat any mega partnership with resent this. We learn about talker and then about flow then and we saw that flow makes a performance testing using scripts so we we already loved Tusker Megan script with it and and we thought that was a great idea so being here is really amazing. We we have been to many conferences and talks about everything about automation performance testing general and they are really really a case of every other company about this and on the testing environment itself. They are innovating every every area of both systems testing and even Consulting so really interesting conference really really read ahead of of everything else and and you are the new all the newest stuff here and I think all Elon the latest technologies the latest updates on tools. I am so really got to hear from Latin America. That's something amazing. Something that I I couldn't believe it. So thank you very much for three to interview me and it's Great On one hand as I was saying to have a representative of the Latin America community around here is not common to find the people from our side of the pond and I'm a little bit surprised. I didn't know that I try. Centers had presence in Argentina. And that they were partners with your company and that you had an opportunity to deliver projects through to Are you having expansion. And things through try sent order the first farmers of rice and this in Argentina. Yeah I think the signal all thorough bill in Latin America without will mentioned in Mexico because for anti-semitism like North America and South America. I think Mexico is another another mega. It's a little note. Yeah for some of the world we in Mexico are part of North America. That feels to me to hear that as well but Ah True but the rest. Where am I in Judea like the thinking one on one? The really South America is really cool. That's awesome It got me by surprise I have to admit and getting back to the point and I love that. You're here. I love that. We have more Latino brothers Joining this Type of events. Tell me what are you. You already mentioned a little bit. But what are you getting most of this. What are you enjoying the most? What experiences.
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"Hello everybody this is your girlfriend friend. Senior Portfolio Leandra Mill. In this. I am sure that you were expecting our girlfriend. Mark bought since I had the opportunity to be at the tremendous accelerate conference two thousand nineteen Celebrated in Vienna Austria. Well I took the advantage of of being there. I met our good friend. Everybody called friends right. I'd better refer to them as Amigos. Which is where I myth? My amigo Hendrick Rex. Who helped me a little bit to walk around the How ways and places in the conference to look for people to to get some questions? Some interogations had to have some fun and tried to gather some information that might be valuable enjoyable or that you might get something out of it and learn something from the conference so in essence. What we were doing was just running around the conference trying to locate people who had some knowledge about performance testing or hot something valuable or that they really wanted to share regarding our the topic but as well tell a little bit about the conference so with not much else are welcome to the special episode hosted by a me about the trade centers accelerate twenty nine hundred conference in Vienna Austria with my special co host host? Henry Greg High hope that you enjoy our running around all over the place. Hello this is Leandro Aka. Are you friend saying your portfolio here at the Trade Centers accelerate twenty nine thousand nine conference and I had a chance to walk into my good friend. Wren L. Amigo Hendricks and we're right now together ready to share some of our experiences. I just got off of the stage was sold. Hopefully it was a good presentation. And let's see Mingle Henry how are you. I'm pretty well. I'm excited to see you here. In Europe changed from doing remote sessions sessions and podcasts. It's always a pleasure to see you physically here awesome. Yeah it's Very good to have the chance to be sharing On the side of the world together with you I love it and To be together here having this experience at this conference and try learning. What are the new trends? What are you will go Bringing new to the world of performance and to everywhere everyone and everything that we can again. So what can you share with us. What did you broad did you learn what experiences what do you think of the conference that I think a Conference thing. There is a lot of great news that has been announced. I think I mean for those who've been using to sentence installs cow or other products. I think it's going to be very excited announcements in the next week There are few. I'm pretty excited on the neal product Leandra. You've heard about it. I think it's I think it's going to be changing the way people is automating. And especially detecting those controls. Because it's here it's mainly automate functional dimension hearing referring to and also I think There's the other nice features life compare and get Presenter synthetics so there's a lot of great stuff from my perspective. I'm very surprised. I I don't under- somebody will wear you so you look to be so excited about this. Neil something something product but Let's cool it's cool it sounds like I see some pure on it it. It's GonNa do well especially judging by the excitement that you show but about What other things whether did you learn? Did you see What else can you share with the audience? Regarding this conference I think for for me obviously Regarding the number of attendees that has been show up here this year at this conference. It's I think it's one of the biggest testing events for automation functional and obviously for those who listening and more interesting than performance. There's also the great news about performance for those who've never been in a truce intersex rate. I would definitely recommend to at least come once because I think it would change the way you you see things your life we changed. You see the near the yellow stuff. In in in the in the sky you'll see more often and he will ciancio the UNICORNS Running in wow you're really selling Very good way you got the selling point. Oy It's awesome. I have to agree. It changes many of the perspectives. To learn what is coming up to be able to talk with the people that are bringing this change included you my friend and it's an awesome experience. As you said I haven't seen any UNICORNS yet I am going to be waiting for but it has been a lot of fun very interesting interview but as you say. It's not only around functional only around just remission. There are many friends in the area performance. That as well as I walk into you and was able to do that. I'm sure they're not around here. So what I would propose is how about we walk arounds. Look for people who may be interested will burst in the topic. I'm bring some more information information to our friends. What do you think that I think it's a great idea? I mean let's shared experience of the conference alive experience in fact from the conference. Yeah well No it's not like going to record a netted this Friends but You're here you can hear the noise you can hear all the people and let's go and chase chase some people. I'M GONNA pause this recording. Let's see hoiles. We can find the deal..
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