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"wasim" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema
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"wasim" Discussed on Double Tap Canada
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"wasim" Discussed on Crypto Current
"With max you know. He came and introduced all twelve. All the different things that you're able to do with it. One of the coolest things i remember being digital inheritance and having a way to have all these digital aspects of crypto away for your family. But today's conversation is going to be very different gonna be focusing on security and be focusing on a new project that actually that she'll just lost about some education around security which i'm really excited to learn more about into talk through but before we get into all that let's learn little bit more about you. Can you give some background about yourself. Sure so i'm a from london. I'm a physicist by training and moved over to the us to be an entrepreneur and be part of that that whole cycle. I joined eventually joined a company called voltage security which was in the cryptography space. Which was used to call crypto at that time but the cryptography was focused on a new way to do public key encryption and it was used in email encryption and then lay told us that we developed some encryption techniques for securing data in the payment system so every time you swipe to credit card that would be encrypted into and throughout the payments system. And this this achieved was when has went in and stole databases of customer records. They couldn't do anything with credit card numbers because they were encrypted. Wow so that's where i met. Max that's where. I met matt and terence who the two people that introduced me to the blockchain and bitcoin. Yeah wow i mean great place to be It's amazing that you're able to come from a security background and then learn about crypto and just see the implications of what it could be. I don't want to spend two seconds on that your first introduction to the crypto space once you learn like okay. This is the thing. What excited you about its. It'd be like wow. This is something that we should go build something for. I mean tow. It has its basis in mathematics. Right which is. The language of the internet is the language of calm us. So there was a media kind of affinity to that. And while i was a to security matt had gone and created twenty-one belco which was the largest privately held company with the most funding at that time turned into dot com and then eventually went into coin base. Both of them are advisers to both twelve so i also on that journey of learning more about bitcoin and blockchain worked with the founders of alpha point so alpha point if you go back to twenty twelve that timeframe with first to create exchanges. They had software that they had developed for wall street. it turned into exchanges. The only places that you could implement them were outside the us in no and the caribbean and places like a lot of compliance issues. Now ten years later de facto standards for exchanges. That was really the fuss kind of real working in this space and it took me a while. I did that and then i went and did other things and then i came back to join max in two thousand eighteen and i mean talk about timing so you know you're at the top of what was the last bull cycle crypto getting nominee bitcoin. Way to the near twenty thousand dollars and then to come into a space where you go through the bear market of two thousand eighteen in two thousand and nineteen as it rolls into twenty twenty with starts this next bull cycle that were currently experiencing the need for security. I don't think can be undermined especially as a ton of new money starting to enter this market and everyone is trying to quickly go and buy all these cryptos and are trying to have access to all of these things without necessarily knowing how to secure themselves with a lot of people again filled a realize as newbies is that you are the wall. I mean you are the bane like you. The actual the key like you're right so like if if someone comes in stills from the banks stills from you guys did from nothing to come in and claw that back right. There's no like credit card. If you have fraud some happens you got somebody like taking care of that. For you with crypto as someone comes and steals your stuff it just got stolen so we're going to spend some time here and i really want you to kind of breakdown some true importance around security in just like you said before we came on the show some time things there's two major security breaches leading up to this conversation. So let's start there like tell us about security in some basic things first of what people should be looking for but then even for your people that are already in the crypto game like things that they should be keeping their ears to the ground and make sure that they're keeping the learn more about let me start with kind of restating. What you said about your bank so most people's experience with financial institutions up till now. Is you lose your your bank password to log into your portal. You press the button and you get a password reset you get a code over the phone or however they they do it but someone took care of it for you amazing wonderful. You can't do that. With crypto with crypto. You've got seed phrase which identifies your wallet that you have all your funds in and if you lose that seat phrase it's like you lost the actual cash itself. It's like losing the combination to a safety deposit box which has golden so. Once it's gone it's gone. You get it back. No one can open it for you. Retrieve it so that's kind of the big big difference that i think people you people coming in. Maybe don't maybe don't understand and then if you look at you know what's the default sort of behavior of people while they go to the you know they go to the favorite exchange coin base gemini. Whatever it happens to be and they make it super easy super convenient as an account you set up. You can do your trading. Everything's that is a balanced and guess what on those exchanges. Yes you can kind of get logged back in. If you if you forget your credentials the trouble is is when you veer away from those well known exchanges to other more exotic exchanges where you don't necessarily know the people the you know who who's running at you run into issues like not only unscrupulous owners but just hackers saying oh isn't exchange. It's really popular. Let me go hack because there's a lot of money out there and so if you look at the stats and i was preparing this morning. You know it's something like since twenty seven it's something like eleven billion dollars has been stolen from types of online institutions. Just a huge number if you look at just twenty twenty alone. It's something along the lines of one point eight billion and in the last three or four years multibillion for three four billion dollars so just leaving your money in some account somewhere on. The cloud is just not the best way to go because no matter how hard people work something. Slips through hacker slip through people make mistakes. Some people commit forward and the money disappears. Ben if you look at. What's the alternative you know. What are you supposed to do. So you're supposed to not leave it in the exchange in the cloud. He's supposed to bring it down into a wallet. The you control so now you're responsible responsible for everything now. No one's going to help you and so this is typically done using some type wallet so it could be software could be hardware and you're in control the whole of the pieces which means you have to worry about the security. In this scenario. I looked like the top twenty wallets top twenty software while it's and eighteen of them. Tell you the way that you need to back up your your security backup the of the you can access it. No matter what happens is to write down your seat phrase which is the main credential it down a piece of paper so that's your.
"wasim" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"It's really just to show you what the final result of your spin Wasim and now I think we're moving into the completely computerized version of slot machines. Sure, but yeah, let's start with the mechanical one, because I think in a way to me that one is the most fascinating simply because it's got Gears and police and then brands and there's a block and tackle and there's a little man inside. But there's a little little bearded man. I need to check my notes. I think something's up with we realize that In a previous podcast that all technology in the 19th century was ultimately powered by bearded old man that was mechanical Turk. That was that was our hooks podcast. So we're going to talk about the mechanical ones? Yeah, if you were to open up a mechanical slot machine. First of all, don't do it in the casino because that will get you in trouble. Yeah. If you even look like you're gonna mess with the slot machines there. Well, they were they were watching you when he walked in a very large people will come and very, very firmly but gently suggest you hightail it out of there. You know, if you were to open up a mechanical slot machine, you would see the reels. Now those air those spinning elements that have all the pictures on them are connected to a metal shaft. And it's the central mental Chef supports the reels and allows them to spend that's one bad. Not that kind of shaft. What you're talking about, so start about shit. I could take it. So these, the reels are actually connected to some notch discs. And he's not discs are what allow the reels to spin around the act, the shaft, the shaft the and it also stops the reels from spinning on. I'll get into that in a minute. But anyway, it's got not just kind of think about how a bicycle wheel When you look at the central part of the wheel, it has those notches where the chain connects and pulls the wheel. So it turns the wheel. No, I'm talking about so.
The Cat and Mouse Game at the Mexico-U.S. Border
"Paso del Norte Bridge Pass of the North here people crossed from Horace to Al Paso or Paso to warez every day they crossed by car and foot to go to work to school to shop to visit family chaos and clutter hustle and bustle and adjacent train trestle called Black Bridge crosses nearby the scene of the tragic shooting. So many years ago. US border, patrol agent shot, and killed a fifteen year old Mexican boy after that. So what happened at the Rio Grande? Well, the facts are disputed. So we'll tell both sides of the story was talking about the circumstances that brought about the shooting the boy's parents say Sergio was playing a game with friends run across the border to the US side touch defense run back without getting. Caught kind of like a game of chicken. Yeah. I mean what kid hasn't played some version of that Game Kisha branch works for Barra Borderland Connections a nonprofit helping asylum seekers. She spends her days at shelters in El, Paso and shelters in Horace. She works closely with migrants and Border Patrol agents all that to say she's familiar with the area and the dichotomy of working with both sides. There are some kids that that play at the border, the border in New Mexico in an opera. There's a community right beside the border wall. There's a a lot of land and there's a trash pile, and so sometimes, the like moms will go out in like pick things out of the trash Powell for their homes like for household items. There are people that go into that space like where we go to visit the wall there some kids that come up to the wall and they talk to us and we'll just have conversations with them. So. Yeah. Are Kids that play in that area, but they play in the area because it's their backyard. But that's in an opera. What about downtown in the Rio Grande Canal by the bridge where the shooting happened according to my cabdriver it's not generally an area where kids play. Do kids play around the fence around the border. No. They don't let them get near. So that leads us to the other side of the story. Border Patrol says, Sergio was a coyote helping undocumented people illegally cross into the United States. coyotes often use coordinated distraction techniques. Draw the agents attention away from his surroundings victim. An Harrah's was the chief Border Patrol agent out of Paso when the shooting occurred he's now retired we used to call those still do they would call it a sacrificial room. Send someone a across or group appeal across to get the agent to react get the agent to start chasing a group and and what they do is soon as the agent leaves that that high. Position they say whatever they want to send. WHAT THE REAL INTENT It's almost like a diversion. So that happens all the time dangerous game, the game of cat-and-mouse. The boys ran back and forth across the border agent Mesa detained. One of Sergio's friends Sergio ran back to the Mexican side. He hid behind a pillar under the train trestle. That's when agent Mesa shot him in the face. Mesa says Sergio and his friends were throwing rocks, both men, Harrah's and George Gomez. The agent I talked with at the beginning of this episode, Say agents are trained for physical assaults cures, Gomez. Goh, there's different scenario that we run the training. Obviously, I think covered drive away from the air run seek cover and backup call for backup deescalate. Behavior. Here's the thing I don't want to downplay rock-throwing. David. With Iraq agent Mesa may very well have been endangered. Peres. Getting right and he's got a he's hunched over the guy that he was arresting. And you got your back towards man. You're you're you're really at risk even under the high pressure of split-second decision making the use of lethal force here has been criticized bystanders video captured the fatal shooting. In the video Sergio unarmed again, Kisha Branch who works at the border. The story that came out in the news is different from a story that we hear from the agents themselves. So I don't. I don't I have I have no answers Sergio's parents of course, do want answers and a legal remedy. Meaning an award of damages, the family believes the US. Constitution. Guarantees Sergio certain rights now the constitution of the United States setup the framework for the American government and the various rights people have with respect to the government right and the constitution applies to more than US citizens the preamble the very beginning of constitution says we the people of the United States so it doesn't specify Melvin Odi is a constitutional law professor at Faulkner University. which generally talking about in the way, the courts interpret these things into generally talking about the people who comprise the United States. We the people of the United States People Citizens Resident Aliens International Travelers in this country on holiday or for business when you're in the United States, those protections apply to you. But when you go back to wherever your home country is, those objections do not apply United States meaning of course, that's going to be. The Continental United States, but also include The US territories the special maritime jurisdiction of the United States which would be like on the seas. As far as the borders. The constitution applies within our borders and again sort of the territories that we control. Chris Galindo is one of the lawyers who represented the Hernandez family. Here's a clip from a video called Justice for Sergio Audio and Spanish here from a univision news investigation. Dominicano. Wasim Anthem Nisa. He says, can we sue the American government to be sure Hernandez was in Mexico and is Mexican the American government said we can't sue them because this is Mexico. Not The United States we're saying not bullet originated in the United States and they have to pay for the injustice. They did Moses Shindo is guy. I WITH MY NEIGHBORS GET TICKET WINDOW GOES ON WE are saying there are certain laws and certain ways. The Border Patrol agents need to treat human beings Mexican or American according to United States Laws Federal K. K. K. K.. You the Sergio's mom pleads God for help for justice this is going to haunt me until I leave this world. This acronym you can. Okay. Vido. Sergio's parents sued agent Mesa in Federal Court for excessive use of force. They claim Mesa violated Sergio's rights under the fourth and fifth amendments. Now here's a reminder of what those are faulkner professor Melvin Odi. Okay so The Fourth Amendment Fifth Amendment each sort of presents a bundle of rights but the fourth amendment in particular. Presents a list of restrictions on government agents were investigating crimes. Okay. So the prominent one is protection against. Searches and seizures. The court has interpreted seizure to include killing the taking of human. Life. Would have been saying. This was an unreasonable search and seizure the fifth amendment includes several closets. Relevant one, but there's a catch all. Near the end of the Fifth Amendment that says a person can't read deprived of life liberty or property without due process of law. So. In this case, the young man's life was taken. And the Fifth Amendment says, you can't do that without due process of without fundamentally fair legal proceedings. The first time this case worked its way through the court system the fifth US Circuit Court. Of Appeals dismissed the case it held Sergio's parents were not entitled to fourth and Fifth Amendment protections under various legal doctrines, but the Supreme Court said the fifth circuit and properly applied those legal doctrines. So it vacated the decision rendered null and void that was Hernandez one in. Two thousand, seventeen, the Supreme Court then remanded the case with specific instructions. It's at another question needed to be addressed. I is a givens remedy available. The Fifth Circuit said, no in this Supreme Court, appeal followed Hernandez
"wasim" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast
"It'll be cool but there's a massive chunk of it this twitch integration and so I don't know the future has many possibilities and we'll just have to see and this article says we may even see stuff like this by May so on your next June. We may already know what's going to happen that's true. That's true definitely and if you also want to join me when I'm streaming rage. Santa Legends Use Coupon Code. I'm getting I'm kidding. If You Watch Wasim Fraz we joke alive about raid shadow legends and stuff like that so but I wanna thank you for telling me on tonight. It has been an awesome time. No problems at all. Where can we find you on the interwebs when when you aren't flaying pharmacy related with me on on the weekends and then me making what mainly? I'm on twitter at specimen twitch DOT TV slash as Western. Is My half of the stream if you are a while player and are interested in mounts. I have a quite old and defunct podcast reins of Ashworth. Olders episodes are still available. A lot of the information on the MS still relevant because once the mount is available. It's very rarely get changed but yeah that's really about it. I'm in Sydney serves streaming. Sydney time is kind of weed for certain viewers. It's either really early in the morning or it's just in the middle of the night way until once on anyway so as you come from the land down under yes activated awfully..
"wasim" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast
"The artists was big right Taylor swift. If someone shot that video for a no-name artist it wouldn't have got any views. But since it's Taylor swift right. Yeah so I feel like that's it's going to happen but that's also okay because you're building your real these images. I don't know this you're saying that you're saying that it sounds like what you're saying is that we've been talking a lot about what makes a great music video. We would be missing something if we didn't also say that at the end of the day the number verve eyeballs on the video huge portion of it is the artisan. How popular is absolutely? Yeah and as much as it sucks like you just gotTa power through that kind of thing. Yeah and you have to realize that a certain point you can kill it and if the artists in popular and the song is popular it's next to nobody will get see next to the nobody will still showcases you as a filmmaker right so it's not like Oh. This artist isn't big. Let's not try as hard hit on everything. Build that real get up to the bigger artists. Then you get the numbers and still keep killing it. You might shoot a a worse media and will do better but you need to be the judge of your own product and say I did a good job on on this or I didn't do a good job on this yet. Keep going all right then. Let's recap real quick. What are the biggest mistakes that you see people making in the early music video world and what are the things that you wish you could tell people just starting out that are starting to make videos in this industry okay catering to the lyrics number one number? One don't cater catered to the lyrics. Yeah that's just a jump off point like if you get rid of that early on then then you're set pretty much as far as creating interesting videos right if you can if you can come up with metaphors instead instead of actually showing what they're talking about GonNa make your video ten times better right off the bat every music video director starting off wants to just say read the line and say that's what I'll shoot the line that's a little shoot. It's easiest thing right the the treatment there for you know what they're talking. Basically the artists created your thing. They might direct to video yet they literally may the creative for because they know talking about more than you do at this point. That's very true. On the next thing I would just say Is is do your pre production plans stuff before you shoot and you're gonNA find when you walk on set. Things are going to be a lot easier. And you'RE GONNA save a lot of time so too often people just walk onto set and they say oh we'll try to make something look cool spot. That's fine you do that a couple times starting off we get it but you're saying basically go out there actually do the pre production in terms of even plenty of lights pointing out the shots. Planning out everything. So you can save time onset And then yeah yeah also I think Goes along with that is like like you said earlier. Like running tests right. So if you're using a camera in a lens that you haven't used before you're not gonna just go in and shoot a hundred two thousand dollars music video right away right anytime. Use a camera. I shot on the URSA There's a huge problem with the first generation. Ursa where when you put filters on eight like turns your whole entire image like Magenta that. You can't really get out of the image right so testing that. I was able to see that that happened. And if I didn't then I would have been on set with a camera not being able to use the filters because it literally bakes in a Magenta cast into your Yeah so I think that goes along with the previous just testing stuff out making sure that you're one hundred percent and you feel comfortable and confident on today. What's next on next? I would say. Don't dilute your video with a ton of effects. What do you mean by the intentionally? Your idea is to show your video with effects and their effects that you've chosen beforehand and no and you're shooting in your footage for that. Be My guest in do it. But make sure you're not just throwing effects on four effects sake. I would say choose your effects wisely. Make sure they help tell the story. Make sure they Dr Whatever message you're trying to to portray yeah and if you're going to do affects especially visual affects. Make sure that you're not just copying someone else's effect if you are making better don't make you don't just do a knockoff version. Like don't do the you know the The Youtube tutorials version soups. It's royal version of after effects effect. That we've seen a million times. Yes the second that someone's done at once and it's okay biller using transitions and using lens flares that is okay. It's not. It's not something that you can't do but you gotta use it tastefully. You gotta use it with meaning and purpose not just to make get look cool. Yeah absolutely and I think that last thing is really an extension of at the end of the day. It's about the creative in terms of doing an interesting thing idea. You don't necessarily always need super expensive stuff to be able to make video good Of course it will make video better but you can compete. If you have a strong idea correct. And I feel like it's manageable. I feel like people are like beat on the head with this concept right. You don't need a Lotta money. You don't need expensive lights. You don't need that but you do you do if if you're trying. Yes it's going to polish the look of your piece but you can get amazing looking images without it and even though everyone says it all the time just go out and buy a home depot light and try it for yourself because it absolutely works and I have home lights my kit and I bring them on set all the time. And when my gaffer's I was like oh we go to all the way to the truck and pull out a big load and this and that I can't him a home depot light and stick it to the wall and then I have my thing. So you're not the only person you say judge. We have frigging Larry Pharmacy in here. Talking about how he used Home Depot lights all throughout super right and like a cool thing is like you can go to Home Depot and get those streetlights right the ones that will give you the Mercury Vapor the sodium vapor color. It's really hard to replicate that even with new age. Led's I watch Wasim sit on led's in it's insanely hard to get certain colors out of it especially mercury taper right to the is. It looks white bone camera turns green right and it's like on in that show. A movie was a drive. Yeah they use a lot of that much studying vapor gels els right off like that. Yeah and so being able to go and just by a couple of those one hundred or two hundred dollars apiece just to have him put a magnet on the back of it screw magnet on the back of it and then you can put it up on a light pole or stick it to the side of a refrigerator. Tingling Natural Sodium Vapor lights absolutely normal plug on plug into the wall has a built in ballast. So I think that achieve filmmaking is really overlooked and no matter what level you are in the filmmaking world like you said like world renowned. DP's still do it. And I feel like if you start by doing doing that then you can always have that in your kit student in your back pocket. Save it for when you need it. It's about the creative at the end of the day. This yeah okay. And then lastly. What's kind of the overarching message? Judge that you WANNA give off to people that want to know what it takes to make a great video won't mean what it takes. What separates the amazing videos from all the others so launched a couple of music videos? Here I feel like having a clear concise direction on what you're doing right and being able to communicate that's your team A lot of times people just aren't we have an idea kind of tell the team what it's about you onset and you don't everyone's kind of bumping aheads because oh I wasn't told about that part wasn't told about that so creating a concept having a clear vision on the concept commuting communicating and having pre production Russian meetings about that concept and and actually I think that on making it actually going and doing it. I think adding onto that. It's it's creating a couple of really stunning visuals. That separate the piece from just looking kind of generally good right so yeah you do have that that like that paints early aspect something that you can pause on a frame and do that and so while. You're doing that pre-production. I said earlier. You're going to be talking to your team right. And they're going to be you. You can create that image before you go there you and it's not on accident and it's not just cinematography at that point you're working with the art department cinematography. I feel like that is what cinematography cinematography is right. You're touching in on all aspects right. You have control over or department you have control over Greens. If you have plants coming coming in you have control over Lighting Camera Camera Movement right so you need to have your hands in all those departments and communicating your vision craft craft an image. That looks beautiful. As a whole painter early striking make it the best thing that just want to set and it looks amazing but if the art department isn't good it was like boring blase absolutely and so you if there's a white wall hanging tapestry art department's going to be able to do that for you if you communicate eight that this is where we're shooting and I need something to cover that so I think just communication and really putting in the the the previous work and doing the work beforehand or hand learning doing tests figuring out. Exactly what you're doing and being confident in what you do and I. I love what you said about if you're going to do multiple setups which most music audio's are made up of a bunch of setups. They get cross. Cut make each of those setups around one striking visual. You know making something that there's usually it's the wide shot you said. Yeah that looks amazing in stunning that's like the centerpiece of the whole reason. Why he set up this out of in the first place? It's not because you had it accessible or available because this is what you saw in your kind of minds. I Yeah I think that's. That's the bill angle raise decrease something that people will remember.
"wasim" Discussed on Talk Python To Me
"Your coat as honest. Python knows how to work with web, simply code. It can do that. And actually, there is a web assembly implementation called Wesner, which I believe he's like around on python bites. Yes. We did talk about them by them by it's in whereas Moore's super exciting tell people about that. Yeah. It's like the reverse what we're talking about it, and yeah, yeah, exactly. So it's a weapon implementation. But one of the interesting things they've done is they've to find their own basic kind of see API. And so what they're letting other languages that can do see API work is they allow you to actually use it like an extension. So what Wasim we're has? They actually have a C extension for python that will actually let you. Load web assembly code into west Mer may call through python into asthma itself to do show on your behalf, and then come back, kind of, like what your idea was Earlier, Michael about? Could we somehow use a sub interpreter to do backward? Compatibility. This is actually using kind of like almost a multi processing kind of like out through an extension. Call to have some web assembly. Get execute on your behalf and then come back into python. Yeah, it's, it's really cool to me when I saw it I felt like it's a little bit. Like what no J s did. So Java script was stuck in the browser, and it lived in the browser is a web thing, but then no jets came along all said, we could take this stuff in bring it to run on on the desktop or server. And brought it was this. Let's take anything that would run and web assembly, and now bring it into your python application on the server side and run it. And that's just that's pretty exciting different take on this, this angler. Yeah. I mean, I think it's a very clever way to try to start that bridging of showing people the benefits of web assembly, but also just making it useful today. Right. 'cause like there's plenty of great stuff being rich. Java script or any other language that can target web, assembly rusts, and there's no reason why you can't reach for it through that mechanism. So I think once again, it acts, even at just at some levels of proof of concept to show what the possibilities are as a technical community all up. What would happen if all languages and tool to lean and all that started to actually start to tackle the web, assembly as a target and tried to actually work towards that as a common goal is early days. But it's exciting to imagine what might happen. It feels very utopian amazing if we could have it, and it's kind of cool and exciting because it seems not totally bonkers. They actually aimed for it. So, yeah, people have always said that Josh gift is the assembly language of the web, but maybe web assembly actually is going to be what we get to. Yeah. This portion of talked.
"wasim" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"I mean, having a podcast days. I, you know, seeing of hair on your head like it's doesn't mean what it used to. But it is a great way to build up a fan base. And. Plug whatever you got the pipeline or your friends. You know, I mean, I love doing it. I don't make any money doing this bug ass. Sure. But you don't advertise Wasim problems on apple podcast, someone reported me for music violation. So they took me off the charts. I see and then they're not very helpful in terms of. I have I only use one song on this podcast and our mission. And you do have permission. Yeah. It's my friend's band from the eighties. You know, and. They're not very. Helpful. They're not responding. Well, they said they didn't investigation, you know, because there's all these. You know, I think about four or five months ago there was he's all of a sudden out of the blue on the top twenty on itunes overall and that just comedy. But there was all these real estate podcasts that came out of nowhere in the top twenty. Okay. They were getting Rogin like numbers. It was like, well they have five subscribers. How is this? What's going on here? So I guess there's ways you can pay for a very small amount people in Bangladesh, essentially hack, indictments and just put your podcast up there. So. You know, it's but in my case they said we didn't investigation..
"wasim" Discussed on Developer Tea
"Temperature tends to spike around late afternoon early evening in then, and so you're literally more warmed up and then exercise in the afternoon, early evening seems to be better for certain kinds of formats are lung function is higher. That time of day are hand eye coordination is better. Our speed is greater, so they're actually disproportionate number of world records in speed events that were made between four pm in seven pm local time. Wow, that is really effective. In this kind of thing is true for many other activities. Of course, we've handpicked exercise because it is such a universal thing. Hopefully all of you listening to this show you participate in regular exercise, but Daniel, they to ask you at a more personal level. What you mentioned that you do your exercise in the afternoon. What other things has this research can prompted you to do Chan, how have you changed your own behaviors in response to this? Oh, a lot of ways. So for instance, you know, I'm more of a morning person than evening person on a not a full-fledged lark, but I'm, you know, more much more early than than than late and so I should be doing my analytic work in the morning and I didn't always do that. And you know, I'm a writer and so writing is analytic work in the sense that or writing is at least work that we're that requires high levels of vigilance because the the enemy of writing. Is distractions. So you wanna be in you wanna be writing when you're in your in your least straggle mode. I mean, you know, for writers, the entire universe is conspiring to distract you prevent you from writing, and so you want to up your odds a little bit that way. And so what I what I have started doing on writing Dave's like come into my office, which is the garage behind my house where I'm talking to you right now from where I'm talking to you right now, and I give myself a word count, and I don't do anything else until I hit that word count. I don't open my Email. I don't do those administrative tasks right ahead of time. As you know, as you mentioned earlier, I don't even bring my phone with me the office. I just a question that period of time to do my heads down analytic writing work, and I don't do anything else until I hit my number. And I found if you do that every day, the pages really do pile up where. Wasim previous times I might have a spire to do that, but I would come into my office and check my Email and all I need to clear the decks if I can just clear out all my Email, I have a clean slate and I can actually start and other just, you know, those are just delaying tactic. Yeah, so you need to so so that's so did that way. I'm also become. There's a whole body of research on breaks on science of breaks is where the science of sleep was fifteen years ago. It's about to break through the serpent, and I was someone who never took breaks. I always thought that breaks were kind of a sign of weakness work concession out when in fact, what the scientists telling us as it breaks are part of work, not a deviation from hard performance. Yep. Yeah. I actually you shared some information to believe on your Twitter account. My mother's a teacher. I shared it with her about how having a break right before test actually improves test scores pretty dramatic. Absolutely, absolutely. And, and actually in also taking a lot of research showing taking standardized tests on the afternoon, decreases performance here, but the, you know, the bigger effects there. I mean, if you look at again, it goes back to the time of day. That's a really important study of the LA unified school district showing that kids who had math in the morning versus kids went Matthew Eappen noon, learn more, learn more math, got higher grades, higher test scores..
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"wasim" Discussed on Go Time
"One test suite guarantee i mean there is a go language mrt so you know i let's get that working as far as compliance yeah if you can run all up which is all of our all of our tests basically than sure that sounds good let's do that you know i i want as many go implementations as possible right that's how you know that it really works and you know people who sit near me or working on l vm and and doing a great job pushing that forward and you know go for jason wasim and all these things it's it's absolutely fantastic yeah we had another question we're starting to run low on time what can you tell us about what the the shape of the go team looks like today how many people at google working on go how many people what are they doing what what's the go team looking like today well there's tons of people at google working on go in the sense of using go writing libraries and go all that sort of stuff the core go team which is the people that you know you actually see doing things on the mailing list and that sort of stuff is about thirty people right now and you know we focus on really doing as little as possible as far as the scope right so you know it's not you know there's a ton of java people's boss in the world and google and it's not the case that you know the collection of all the people writing java or c plus in the world are called the java team or the team and so we've been very consciously trying to encourage people like look if you're building ex go that's the ex team that's not the go team and so we've been we've been trying to focus on the language in the libraries and the the core pieces that we really need to be deeply involved in.
Tommy Lee presses charges on his son after an altercation
"I i want to spend a little bit of hockey uh penguins trying to fend cup champs you just take a little bit of wasim that i'm gonna give you i do a path to peace boom get the penguins moved ricky ponting i i actually bad on boston that night so have that whereas for dinner that's no big deal to me is just another home game it could app and the same way in pittsburgh uh you can talk about all your you know eight four wins wherever was 85 even care uh you know you should come by and see how you're one cut in the last ten years stacks up with us back to backup say got or the five cubs that they got or the to back to back up said they got she come by bringing you bring your cobsy of the bruins about at cobb and he can bring it over and see all the hardware it i got in the trophy case over in the foyer down there at the penguins offices or do you think that care what you think of like some regular season game in late february and boston that i bet on boston did i bet on bostonanaheim mafia did i bet on boston in the game mafia do you remember boston pittsburgh last week i that boston thank you so don't try to come in here and tummy hey how'd you like that meaningless stupid game that didn't matter yeah i mean it was just so incredible glad i covered the bad i was workout build up on those goals are probably won't be playing in the playoffs you guys did a great job on this two minor league goal his congratulations your guy look great and gold so when and all those goals your starter getting lit up so or whatever i still don't think they'll win the cup tommy lee pressing charges after his son knocked him out and refused to apologise is pressing charges against his son can you believe in so i guess he posted comments about uh the kid brandon's mother allegedly pamela anderson and apparently uh the bottom line is he claims my fiance and i were in better my son busted into the.
"wasim" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"Chase stock wasim compensatory picks nfl announced that since our since we last spoke last week yeah and i don't really care enough about it pry to go through and say this team got this in this team got the most i wanted to make the point made up before i don't think they should have compensatory picks i don't think there should be anything that in any way incentivizes teams to not resign their own guys why that's aloud why the nfl pa allows that to go on is beyond me there shouldn't be anything that falls into that category in my mind so that's number one number two it's not like you didn't win anything i feel like the more we get along some of these teams domos that they're trying to win the contest tori pick you know sing you don't win anything for compulsory picks is it nice to have him yeah have some teams figured out parts of the formula that help him get more yeah and is that smart business yeah but you didn't win anything speaking of winning by the way bri um we are winning with tuck kids dot com i don't know if you've got a chance to see the post from jay khan but to hear some of your guy's stories what you go through what you're into it's it's really mindblowing stuff and so what's the point that out jake um no what you're going through recently hope everything's ok buddy.
"wasim" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Did you think you could manipulate me with pakistan over and over again i don't stand for pakistan i did move fatima so the bottom saarc law debt and we went claudette when it's when claude at has announced pam goes there's not enough on the played i think you know that i mean it's almost as if gale simmons herself came over licht it clean ooh and only see would have this is a owner there was an egg on that play the abu gone and sixty seconds original later that did you mean to make this a nicholas cage movie way was he in that on the sixty seconds thinks thing with angelina jolie maybe not no i don't think he wasn't that she's like snake guys hitting i'm like picking his earth do you mean to take your face off all i'm actually gale in patras fares luna never aerial guy ruddy egged would see th the girls eg tempted from years ago so the a dance food she's like this is to gummy these like fatima i wanted to call out the patty ma okay fatima pattama when you cooked westernfood last week it was so flavor full who why don't you cook our food like that of a here pair of wasim mccain querying your crawling in like the the cabinet underneath this out there see you is like i am furious right now look at my brownsboro i have my hands clenched in fear.
"wasim" Discussed on Dude Soup
"Thank you you don't know the internet knows um i'm sure if we google it all your symptoms right now the air that would fly out on thrones style so we we went saw last year i overnight and then i was like and then after wasim's like i'm not feeling well randomly bruce uh persson autumn around the theater and i also walking away and i was like try not to be ruben i'm like i'm gonna urgent care like they'll get 'cause i told jess the next time my stomach does this just let's just go to urge and care so that way they can look at it and figure it out for us they didn't know what it was there just like yeah just drink pruned juicy now get a movement like banks fifty puk sergey surprise me yeah lyall's of stuff down there though no i know and will then and then yeah friday we did the months of redid as the medical term well friday with his sermons already i don't know me on the euromed shifts in your body it's a lotta thing those are all different colors those the we had a flight at eight am to good austin i didn't fall asleep into like six am and versus just lights don't got austin on my i don't think i can physically think i could get on a plan i'll probably just be an utter pain all time um but they they did the thing where the inject to me with die and then they put me through like a toshiba magical x ray thing and uh nothing they still don't know what it is they're like your claim everything's fine like you're healthy your 100 percent healthy maybe this is your mutant power manifesting i was hoping that but then it's it's like oh you're die yeah powers of your belly distance and you can't eat there was on meetings that got johar's it actually hurt them and killed him well it's like all the all the meeting set up to chill it in the in the sewer the more walks or would react though there was willing meeting that he had a power that uh the slowly.
"wasim" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Wasim and one of unprofessional like you're going to forgive me all the example he me all the examples in leadership throughout entertainment and anywhere people make money that you have where the amateur makes more money than the pro because i can i can keep the to a topic separate though just because i feel the player should be paid i truly feel that way i'm not saying don't pay the coach's fairly either not saint take their money because they're making it because they're not pain the placards though he can hires idea of her the players are amateur the coaches are pros i mean i i know but i i just i object to the idea of college coaches making more than professional coach is always the number i'm als on again seven years forty nine million dollars seven a year so up ecowas at eight uh paid was payton's aid belgium exit seven and a half days they tell us bella checks at seven and a half handy reads it seven and a half our budget seven so you guys think on mas on should be paid like the top over the professional industry okay jeff fisher with our ever last night bryant that's fighting what i mean okay no i don't feel like that but they're not just that's he's done a great a good gouge at just the market it's it's unfair by but that's what i'm objecting to eurojust under the mark on objecting to the way the market is now escalating because agents of taken control of the process and what they do other parameters feeding and they saw what happened in tennessee and every one made the market go up by doing what it is that was happening in tennessee where they were all using tennessee like a prostitute for the four minutes that she made herself available to prostitution alaska to you this way who's more directly involved with the amount of money their organization takes in gusmao zaanun auburn or pete carroll at seattle okay but who's a corporation makes more money that they are the face and voice for like don't talk to me about responsibilities talk to me about you are a corporate symbol for this yet the seattle seahawks a lot of people do this pete carroll so that face that guy whether whether he's doing that all of that.
"wasim" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Wasim and one of and professional like you're going to forgive me all the examples in me all the examples in leadership throughout entertainment and anywhere people make money that you have where the amateur makes more money than the pro because i can i can keep the to a topic separate though just because i feel the players should be paid i truly feel that way i'm not say don't pay the coach's fairly either not saint take their money because they're making it because they're not pain the pleasure so he can wires however the players are amateur the coaches are pros i'm in the pilot i know but i i just i object to the idea of college coaches making more than professional coach is always the number i'm als on again seven years forty nine million dollars seven a year so up ecowas at eight eight and laws payton's aid belch exit seven and a half they tell us bella checks at seven and a half handy reads it seven and a half our budget seven so you guys think on mas on should be paid alec the top of the professional industry okay jeff fisher with our allies five that's fine i mean okay no i don't feel like that but they're not just that's he's done a great coaches good goat such as the market it's it's unfair by but that's what i'm objecting to eurojust under the morque on objecting to the way the market is now escalating because agents have taken control of the process and what they do other parameters feeding and they saw what happened in tennessee and every one made the market go up by doing what it is that what's happening in tennessee where they were all using tennessee like a prostitute for the four minutes that she made herself available to prostitution alaska to you this way who's more directly involved with the amount of money their organization takes them gusmao zahn at auburn or pete carroll at seattle okay but who's a corporation makes more money that they are the face and voice for like don't talk to me about responsibilities talk to me about you are a corporate symbol for this yet the seattle seahawks a lot of people do this pete carroll so that face that guy whether whether he's doing that all of that the power everything out.
"wasim" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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