35 Burst results for "Winkle"

Bitcoin Drops Below $51,000 and Analyst Says Further Downside on the Horizon

Home Gadget Geeks

00:59 sec | 10 months ago

Bitcoin Drops Below $51,000 and Analyst Says Further Downside on the Horizon

"I was reading the news on my phone today. They're like bitcoin slides. You know and i go to chuckle. That's not a slide down a fifty one. I like it okay when it goes down thirty or maybe it goes just to like it allies time let me know. Now you're kinda like so if you watch news and you watch. What's going on crypto. it's it's just ridiculous. You can tell that. The news is not be written as not being written by people who have been in the crypto market. Very long i mean they. You know hey. Rip van winkle the kind of woke up when bitcoin was like fifty seven and they thought that was the low you know and i o sixty oh no sliding backwards right so. Listen if you've been listening to this show any length of time you know. We've been talking about this a long time mike the very first time we had edward on to sixty four two hundred sixty four crazy right

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What the Heck are NFTs? Let's Ask Beeple.

Sway

04:11 min | 11 months ago

What the Heck are NFTs? Let's Ask Beeple.

"Mike welcome or should i call you. People your can just call me. Mike was weird. Call me don't you dare call me my dungeon from high school with swish e issue. So let's not get into these things which makes a lot more sense but explain people. It's like a fuzzy. Like you walk looking thing. I'd get over there okay. Reach it adds a toy from the eighties. Kinda like beeps and makes a sound. they're not that popular. If you look at just go people toy and you can see what they look like again. This is something. I named myself like years ago. Why as. I did not expect to be answering this question. Twenty years later right. Because is an artist. Moment of artistic reverie or what in my more solid like when you cover. It's is it beeps and so it like when you change the light it beeps. And so there's a sort of interplay between light and sound and the i work that i did looks nothing like the work you see. Now and it was really very like abstract audiovisual tightly sinked audio and video. So that's why i did it. So that that interplay between light and south. I say so you happen to like this toy was it who gave it to so our family actually gave it to my grandma and then and this was an toya head like growing up right. We gave it to her. When i was like ten or so and then somehow i just took it back right like five years later or ten years later and that was that it wasn't light bright or something like that. That would have been a different name for you. So mike winkle. But i'm gonna call you thank you very much. I appreciate it so way before this auction. You're creating digital art and showcasing places like instagram and twitter. That's where you started sharing. This is a project you started. I think it was may two thousand seven. Were you created and post new digital art. Work every day Talk about this effort and why you wanted to do this. Yes so when. I started this out The first one was made. I two thousand seven. I wanted to get better at drawing. And i'd sauna an illustrator out of the uk named tom. Judd who did like a sketch -oday in his sketchbook And he did it for about a year in like. I think i thought that was a cool way. To sort of like you know incrementally improved. And so i started doing a drawing every day And like posting it online again this just on my website and literally. Nobody was seeing it besides my mom and light three friends And so. I did that for like a year and If you look at the christie's actually you can see all of those drawings. In the upper left hand corner there are all sort of like they're in the lower right hand corner is the last of the like five thousand day And so after a year. I learned a lot. It had pushed me to sort of like try a of new techniques and so after that i was like well what if i use that same thing to teach myself a three d program which i didn't know and when i say three d program it's similar to what they make like pixar movies. Yes spain the art telling these software so the software basically has it's it's like a three d world where you can place any sort of objects or build any sort of objects and then you have lights virtual lights that you place and and play some around the people and then you have a virtual camera and you basically shoot a picture of the the people. The way i work now is really almost like i have a huge giant collection of three d models. There's marketplaces where you can buy. There's thousands upon thousands you type in bike. Here's know eight hundred bikes which by deal on and so you can just buy these models and then you can use them and stuff and so i can with one. Click pull those into the scene and then i can sort of pose them. Put them wherever i want. Scale the mob scale them down. It's almost like playing with toys. I've got the biggest bass toy collection. I could break them apart and put you know a new head on a new body on new arms on whatever and then sort of set up these scenes and take a picture of it. And you don't want to compare it to clip art but it is doing a collage online corrective some but in a three d format. Yeah it's like that because again. I'm taking these assets that you know. I had not built sort of putting them together in sort of a bunch of different

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Ohio Among Top States for Long-Term Care COVID Vaccine

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Ohio Among Top States for Long-Term Care COVID Vaccine

"The state of ohio at the head of the pack when it comes to getting the kovac nineteen vaccine into long care facilities. According to data by state updated yesterday. Ohio has administered the fifth highest number of doses nationally through the cdc's pharmacy partnership for long term. Care program that federal initiative is wrapping up. But there's still a need says. Peter van winkle who heads the ohio healthcare association. There are new people who come into facilities all the time. Their new admissions their new staff members that are hired and we need to have a mechanism for those folks to get actually governor. Mike dewine is expected to release additional information this week about a new maintenance vaccination program that picks up the providers complete the federal program cova cases in the states nursing homes have fallen more than seventy seven percent since november which governor says is a testament to the states aggressive vaccination efforts in long term care facilities. Mary sherman reporting. This story was produced in association with media and the public interest funded in part by the george gone foundation. Ohio has administered more than three hundred sixteen thousand covid nineteen vaccine doses in long term care facilities and more than ninety five. Thousand residents of workers have received a second dose.

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"winkle" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"winkle" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Way have 9 34 million regulation Packers have a 49 45 lead over the Mustangs Mustangs looking to try and dig into this four point deficit is it came roaring back in the second half. It was a 12 point deficit, now down to four. Of the key Breitenbach looking down low trying to get the fight spice turnaround jumper up off the iron. No good. Get the rebound. Fighting forward is Murali Simon and pushing Temple. The other way. Looking right hand side gets it over to Van Winkle back over to Simon. Top of the key looking for geese and takes the three is up and go nicely done. Great passing and another execution. Another skip past skips the player of the top of the key. Give it to the left wing. The decent steps into the three knocks it down. 30 to 45 pack of lead over the most things under nine minutes remaining a jumper from just inside the three point line by Fei Stop and no good. We have to merge with the rebound and going the other way will be decent. And the Packers 45 million regulation looking to drive going around a couple of lust, things. The shot was alternate block Go. Another way will be Cheyenne. As they look to try and get something going here trailing by seven With 8.5 remaining also know James that Metcalf is on the bench right now for shy in getting a bit of a breather. She's had a big second half of the Mustang Stop. Lik E three is up and fatherly cashes in. She has six points in the half. It's a four point game Packers 52 Mustang 48 8 17 remaining in regulation. You now forget to stay tuned for your satellite solutions Postgame show longer See apparel player of the game. At the conclusion of this one topic, Kiki's and looking from left to right, right hand corner. Riley. Simon's three is up off the iron and no good.

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GameStop Stock Soars as Reddit Investors Take On Wall Street Bets

Squawk Pod

07:17 min | 1 year ago

GameStop Stock Soars as Reddit Investors Take On Wall Street Bets

"Stop the video game retailer. Stock has rallied over six hundred eighty percent this month and in the last couple of days the stocks volatility has pretty much everyone talking. So what's going on. First of all game stop is for the average mall going consumer dying brand a relic of simpler times when we used to have to physically go to the store and wait in line for the newest call of duty or for the latest harry potter book. So it's no surprise. That game stop has been a target for wall street shortsellers its demise has been foregone conclusion. So short and game stop. That is betting that game stop would continue to. Depreciate could have been a good bet except short-selling is risky and your losses if you lose that bad or basically limitless since there's no cap on how valuable the company has bet against could become so even riskier if stock you've shorted starts going up. You can essentially cut your losses without getting too in the weeds market mechanics here. When a lot of short seller's designed to cut their losses on a shorted stock. That's now suddenly going up it triggers. What's called a short squeeze. Demand goes up. Supply goes down. Price goes up more shortsellers. Try to cut their losses. It's a vicious cycle and one that can result in massive losses for their shortsellers and giant prophets for those who've invested in the stock on the way up which is when a popular reddit. Forum called wall street bets figured out that game stop was the most shorted stock in the us markets. It wasn't hard to convince reddit users in the forum to buy up enough stock in game. Stop to trigger that short squeeze making retail investors of bundle and sticking it to the wall street big guys in the process. This was all encouraged in many ways by high profile investors with a hefty social media presence. Jamaa only petia tweeted that he'd bet on the stock increasing himself cameron winkle voss of the winkle vi- suggested he might go along on the stock and must only tweeted that he was aware of the situation just aware of the situation in game. Stop took off again. In after hours. Trading and to wall street bets credit. The plan worked amid game. Stops rally shortsellers on wall. Street have accumulated over five billion dollars in losses year to date and that includes nine hundred million loss on monday and one point six billion lost on friday. As you're about to hear hedge fund. Melvin capital took an enormous loss on the bet so much so that rumors of bankruptcy were swirling on that wall street. Bet sub reddit. But the founder of melvin told our own andrew ross sorkin. The rumors aren't true. Here's andrew now some breaking news this morning on this game stop story. We've been reporting all morning. Having talked to gay. Plock into runs. Melvin capital gay. Plotkin saying that. Melvin capital has been out closed out its position in the stock force. That company was Firm i should say with short looks like lost a ton of money but short that company up through Before the end of the close yesterday but Gabe saying that They got out yesterday afternoon. Of course the question is what happens now. Game stop a game. Stop shares Melvin capital had to take in an additional close to three billion dollars in new capital citadel. Coming to the rescue along with point seventy two. This is a remarkable saga With game stop so many of these investors no really no longer really investing on the fundamentals of what's happening against up but more just continue to push up the stock and we've seen so many folks like you on musk. Go take to twitter about it. Chihua- polly fanning the flames. So there's a lot of fan fan. Flame fanning taking place right now big questions about regulators where they are what they should be doing a lot of criticism and critique online as saying that if you think manipulation what do you think wall street is doing everyday to us the retail investors so. There's a sort of a pop psychology dynamic at play. And i think we're all we're all learning and try and understand what it means but also what it means in the future for the ability of retail investors to get together on places like read it and other places Form an army of sorts and try to push up The stocks in in certain cases like this. So i'm at a loss for words. Joe i really am where are the regulators and is this just the beginning situation. We all do have a lot to say on this but you you obviously have a lot to san. That's interesting but obviously the plane with the calls. And you're you're seeing calls that are one hundred dollars out of the money going for nineteen dollars and things that you've got markups going from two billion to twenty five billion. Obviously everything you're saying we understand. This is this is a game obviously and these guys. When i put five dollars on a ncaa game that. I don't care that much about that's the same as jemaah putting a couple of hundred grand on some calls or lan or any of the guys were talking about this. I think it's kind of responsible. The kind of laughing about it laughing all the way to the bank. But you know there are market makers that have to take. How'd you like to be short some of these calls. Can you imagine being short some of these calls. Especially if you're not covering i mean you can lose. You can lose ten times your money. Unlike a regular investment where only lose one hundred percent. I mean this this this makes this makes bitcoin look like t-bills if you think there's speculation and crypto when you when you look at something like and now they're looking for the next mark right they'll find another game stop once they're done with game stop but in the meantime there's gonna be blood all over understand why i understand why elon musk is doing it. He hates the shorts. They've you know he's right. Thinks it's a game where he's playing a game to understand he's playing the game too. I don't understand why tomatoes doing this. I don't understand why the winkle loss guys doing this. I mean this is i. It's nothing about me. Said too much money it and if you if you think people look unkindly at the wealthy at this point like wait till you see what happens with with the retail investor who gets sucked into thing and gets caught in the trap with who can't afford to lose the money like these guys are doing. I'll tell you the thing there. There really is a merry band of retail investors. Out there both already but increasingly and this is what i think even more concerning i spent a lotta time night reporting this out but also spending time on the in some of these rooms there are places people are going out into encrypted rooms onto telegram onto signal where they where they effectively are planning their next raid. Where they're trying to look to say. Okay where can we do. You know who can we take down next. In this case it was capital that they were seeking to take down. That's why i think the news today that they're out maybe potentially a turning point. I don't know. I don't. I don't know what turns this stock back into some kind of a normal

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"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"So i don't understand the i guess i don't understand the game all the city like just not even use one inside gaming they're like i don't get like twitch and watching people play video games like i remember being a kid when i used to play video games and like how i had no patience for waiting so i would just turn. People watched for hours. People make a living just playing and other people are watching. It's amazing i don't understand it. I don't get it but guys sign up for our twitter. We're doing morio bros. One two and three savage. Thank you so much for joining us. Good luck tomorrow on the decades. I think it's really getting more at least your moving Tell everybody can follow you on the social media's and keep track of what you're up to and all that good stuff yeah. I need to start posting more on social media. I'm travis van winkle on on instagram. tv dub on twitter and. i don't even think i use facebook anymore. it's fit dude. People use not in the united states. And your talk some something like i'll get back to you on that on my board. Why your one of your new boards. I wanted to be your tiktok different idea. I love your first tiktok. Should be promoting this podcast. I love it. I think that's a great idea. That's a deal. If i ever get on tiktok it will be to promote this by the way. I appreciate your guys show. I like the banter. You guys that for. I love your approach on these hallmark films. They it's really dynamic and fun. And i appreciate you guys have me on. Thanks love it. I love having you i love you. Is that too much. It is too much. That's on me everybody How about we just leave by telling you and the we're going to be the first to wish you a merry christmas. Homework is a bramble jam. Podcast is produced by bringing graham presented by friendly. Td our lovely set is decorated by plum. Home the core you can check them out of plumb own main dot com for more information on bramble jim Bremerton podcast dot com every bramble jan podcast ad free with a brain gym plus dot com..

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"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"We're all method in a certain way For me i. Just i want to know what my i wanna learn the world that my characters. And he's if he is an expert in this world will then. I wanna learn that world so for me. It's always. I feel like an offering. I feel like the characters. I get to play the offer. Me something to learn and i always look at it. Like what can i offer my character. What can he offer me. And that's an element where i'm learning so much about nutrition learning about health. I'm learning about survival training and learning about all of these things i naturally. I want to learn about them very interested. In many ways this character is just giving me an opportunity to start really really digging into it and so is that method. I don't know. I think it's more just Just naturally interested in it and it's like the opportunity came from an. I didn't realize all these things were in me just waiting to be discovered and so do you think that that's method. No i think it's a method. Jason lewis just curious. I wanna make sure characters grounded in reality. I got my questions not about acting at all. Is there something from georgia specific. Like food that you just can't get or get really good. Version of shrimp and grits is the bad areas. Welcome back buddy. Welcome back. Y'all coolest biohacking found coolest biohacking that i have found. I didn't understand that. We need a certain amount of fat per day and that actually is essentially just how your body processes food so for me. I'm i'm having a good amount of micronutrients are very specific throughout my day. About two hundred plus grams of protein. I have about one hundred thirty grams of fat one hundred carbs a day. I'm in this flow. And i didn't understand how i never understood. What even macronutrients were. I just ate food. That was good. That was healthy. That felt good to me but having a specific plan is really important for progress in for two to achieve your goals. And so for me. The fat was huge. I didn't realize i need to be having more fat. We always always you gotta have more. Where ahead of the game. Where ahead of the game guys. My experience biohacking is these guys that went on shark tank and pitched us biohacking coffee. And they were just the most pretentious. And so that's all. I think of when i think of biohacking but i'm sure it's great Here's a question for you what's your what's your guilty pleasure thing to watch whether it'd be a movie or tv show as you go into bed at night or whenever you're guilty pleasure viewing that's a toughie. Because i would say that the things that i would probably be embarrassed to say that i've watched a little bit of is the bachelor only when it's when the guys like the most recent one i've watched a couple episodes that probably be guilty. Counts your your favorites or most memorable trip to the movie theaters was to see what movie not not chinese to see one of yours like when you were a kid like this. Is you remember going man that movie. That experience was awesome. Titanic i i remember going with my mom and her friend. I just remember being so excited to see that film and we went during the day and my mom always has where we would go to the gas station before and get any chocolate or candidate. We wanted to get stuff at her big purse and we would then go to the movie theater. I remember watching. Titanic and just being blown away by it. I remember crying sleepy on in the background. I remember like crying. Not wanting my mom and her friends and no. That was crying like fourteen or something like that. My mom used to pop popcorn and backs and like as a kid. I'm like this is awesome mama's doing now i'm like that's the worst way to consume popcorn. It's at least an hour. Also thing. So i i've been guilty that to my brother's wife has popcorn called soy butter popcorn. So you take some soy sauce. Who put a little bit butter than there you up and then you sprinkle that over the popcorn. It's good. I've brought that to the movie theater a couple of times and never brought pop. We did the my dad have coat. He'd put candy in his coat to to go to the movies for sure. Never the popcorn before they Sold alcohol at the theater. Bring a rodeo. Yeah every now and then maybe occasionally you'd bring we're gonna go eventually. We're going dude. I'm ready. I'm ready for it What's the moment should ends up. We'll be right back to you on. Npr where you invite us out to hang out for a day And where are we going to do where we going to do as bros in los angeles. Yeah sure sure. I think i think think you just blew our cobras. The court has no. I think. I think we want him over. One hundred percents lifelong friends. I will show you guys a good time. I think what we would start off by doing. I think we we start at the beach. It's always good to hang out in the morning at the beach. Let the dog run around and play. I there's some really cool There's a cool hike. I'd like to take you guys on. We're gonna hike. It overlooks the ocean and santa. Monica's beautiful I'll take it a couple of my favorite restaurants. And then i think we what we'll do is we'll sit down in a circle and will light a fire and we'll talk about our feelings and we'll hold hands and sing songs. How about that sounds great. But i've got bad news trapped by the just me and you holding hands because these weren't making it through the i'm just making it. I'm not make it past the beach. My friend because i can't slim i'm a i'm go ahead and drown sterling just a full day of sharing feelings. I'm here totally onboard. We'll meet back up. What city injury from. This isn't just some curious each tree city georgia south of atlanta is a golf cart community. There's a hundred and eighty miles a golf cart paths. Know exactly where this is not the first. I've talked to someone else from peachtree. Maybe maybe wasn't on here. I'm not sure we know exactly what that town try. What say a current trend in the world or in america that you just can't get on that you just don't get like for me biohacking. A current trend. That i cannot get on board with that is a is something that i can't get on board with for me it's hashtags. I still don't like them. So good one buddy. Then okay. I can't i can't get onboard with tiktok. I when we talk about all the time but we just don't get it. I want to get it. I just it just takes time and it feels like it's just something so new and like well. Why can't we just do the old thing. Travis and i are the same age. Roughly i think we're like based on his birthday anywhere like six months apart. And i'm telling you like this is what it's like to get old trafford like it's like all of a sudden because i hate tiktok. I'm why are we doing this. Everyone dancing. I don't hate i would like to know how to i. Just don't have the time. I don't know what to even start but there's another thing too. I wanted to get into gaming. Gaming is so people do it and they look like they have such a good time doing it. So i bought a the oculus The new one in the vr cool. I'm going to games. And i use it a couple of times and like it's not sticking and i'm like man.

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"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Love that process. But i also love the process of of tv. Especially when you're a regular which is you. Get this chance to breathe in in the character and see the character develop over the course of a couple of seasons in. So you never as an actor. You don't know what's happening when when your tv series for the most part you're discovering your character discovers it so it's a very different process when it comes to filming television and i think as an actor. Both are incredibly gratifying. Whether short game or long game are you. Are you still like with bated breath getting new scripts for you as you're filming it because i mean that literally anyone can die at any minute. So yeah so you've got to be just on pins and needles every week. We'll see what happens to your character and what happens. If i know what happens this round this this show but it doesn't always work like that okay but i know what's coming but i don't know like i had i had the i have the basically the nuts and bolts abbott. Okay but i don't have it. Every time i get a script. It's i still don't know what i'm going to say. I don't know how they're going to destroy. You're gonna play out. I don't know how it's going to be written. So i am always excited to get a new script. They told you your entire arc before you. Yes wow okay fascinating. And they don't always do that by the way but i had. I was in a really good position where there was another job that i had that was also there to make a tough decision when this came up. What was the other job. Travis really amazing. Cbs show those a drama pilot. Medical drama with an incredible cast. Incredible show runner runners and his is like an amazing role for me. This guy's super mischief and has a really cool romantic story line and just wants to do good for the world. But has this like this mischief mischievous nece that i really appreciated. I've really fell into that character and Had to make a choice when it came to john. Young show shelton is really good. Thank you made the right choice. Shelton never seen that show that they have they have a way of doing that with those characters Going back really quickly. The project christmas wish. I think the line that i love the most and that our listeners seem to love the most is the like hey i wanna kiss gosh his. Oh my gosh. Nobody does that. It was really good. What was it written or did you guys have some play. Play that because it seemed very organic and very fun and our life. Life imitates art. I have a funny story. That i can't take the might be a little too crass for the show. But there's some give it a shot shot we can edit in post you can edit it and post yeah. I think it's inappropriate. I mean it's a story. It's it's i might have to tell you offline. That's about this particular. We were rehearsing. The scene we were they were setting up the shot and amanda nine and jeff upstairs and was just to sea. Now because it's it's four degrees outside. Let's just pervasive in here and we we we went over it and it just seemed like. I don't think we decided in the rehearsal that we were going to say. Can i know we did in the rehearsal. It just seemed like there was a gap from when we were having a conversation to when we kissed and it just seemed like it just seemed like the right thing i think it was even jeff that that recommended it or maybe i didn't rehearse without even i don't know how it transpired but it seemed like a very organic thing that came up and we said let's keep that we get we're gonna have to keep that and then the you're beautiful. I said that the moment is she choose really beautiful and it felt like in those moments for me. That moment of intimacy was coming up and it was a bridge and and it just felt very organic for me to say in. Both of those things were not in the script played organically great. It's the best felt super authentic to me like as you know. Every single one of these movies has a moment like that in it and this one for it to stand out is doing something. It's doing something for interesting played especially well at least for us as as guys thinking like okay if i lost my wife and i finally got to this point i can. I can imagine the tension that you might feel like like. Is this okay. Can i just felt like exactly the way that it would have probably turned out. Yeah i think when it comes to stepping through our own our own pain and like transitioning to a whole like stepping out of something into something new. There's there's a lot of hesitancy. And i think that there was almost an asking permission. Not only herbert right. Maybe even to myself in in no to my my deceased wife there. There's a lot. That's behind that. That ask and i think it's really tender and i think it takes. It takes a lot of courage to ask something like that. And i i. That's why. I think it's relatable i. I really appreciated that moment. I was hoping as we filmed it. That i wasn't going to be cheesy but i'm really glad that it's gotten such good reception dinner. You're on homework traps to do that. Early riser rapid-fire tom. Yeah i'm gonna get rapid-fire each task questions you have to answer. It really is less about the rapid and more about the honesty. Don't lie to us. Don't hold back and if you can do it fast. That's good to dan. Your dream director film director to work for ford swick. Okay weirdly enough edwards wick. I like it. Best menu item at red lobster. Some stunt kyle lobster tail. Or some travis hasn't eaten red lobster just keeping them through to the bush administration travis eaten red lobster. I can guarantee you. You seem like a big whiteboard boy. I see to whiteboards shot here. I do have one. There's one there's one right behind you over your left. Shoulder are on the wall on the wall and the kitchen. Nope the kit. Oh shit i do think. I was lying about whiteboards of all the things to canvas interest. He's like you guys kids. See that trump said no one aside from the ones i've purchased in the kitchen. One per room is what. What's the deal with the whiteboards traffic to me. It's i'm a visual person. We all learn differently and for me. I'm so visual and so there are just these little reminders. That i have the stuff in the kitchen. I didn't realize that was there that is that's all my character in you. Oh wow dad is like his life. We can't really read it. It's tough yeah. It's it's all about health and performance in nutrition and longevity biohacking. An ancestral living. It's it's very much my character and so for me. It's just a. It's a constant reminder of of connecting to those things in my life and learn about those and go ahead. Sorry sorry then the other board. I usually write little reminder things but also quotes quotes that that means something to mir five idea that comes up and i don't write it down that thing is gone and i hope it comes back and potentially will. It's up time but usually the boards are for me just to go all. I just had a really cool motive. Inspiration. it's going on the board question. One be because he said the thing about you and the things you are. Are you a method like a method actor you constantly want to stay in the a frame of mind of your character and so you keep reminders around your house..

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"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Back we would travel I got. I got a question. Yeah let's let's talk a little bit about a project. Christmas wish young boy. I think for me. It was a surprise of the season. Yeah i think it was a movie. We often talk about like it. Seems like hallmark puts a lot of the heavy hitter. Classic hallmark stars in november especially early on the season and you get towards the end of the holiday season and it's just like well. Here's the number. Here's the movies that they needed to get to the quota forty here it is and so we go into this last week. It was the last movie christmas which was the last movie of the season and it was really good man and the relationship was really good. The the the lines to focus between the two characters growing and i loved it. I wanna know for you. Thank you absolutely free for you. Toss a little about making. It's your first thoughts when you when you heard about the movie the scripts your coworkers. All that good stuff. I love and you saved the best for last. I didn't realize i actually didn't know that they put everything you all the good stuff up front. I thought we had the best slot. They would never say that. Travis they would never say. We put all the good stuff up front but thanksgiving week tends to be that their home run hitting week. God it well. I thought because everyone would be home. So i think we aired on the twentieth twenty second or something i logically was like well. This is christmas time. This is when you wanna watch a christmas movie. This is the best time for our film. Like i thought we were in primetime position from the get-go not knowing that how hallmark really works on. But when i got this script i i was actually in process of just finding out. I just gotten a call moments. Before that. I was about to book you and then i got this email and i'm like this is like absolutely because i there's been such a with the whole. Kobe thing there have been a big break in our industry There's a big pause button said to be back online and it's such a cool way it. This was mid september. And so this that that means i would always you know we took a force paw his and so the hallmark film was such a perfect opportunity to let me just jump back in and work again leading me right into go film you and so for me. It was just this one two punch that i was really excited about reading script super cute. God was really fun. And then i found out that amanda schull was the lead actress in it and i looked her up. She's amazing she does good things for the world. She's a really talented actress. And it was a very easy decision. So yes to this one. And then winnipeg was the was the nail nick offing. I'm like okay. Never been to winnipeg. I never thought. I'd go to winnipeg. But i always like you know trying to go everywhere i want go everywhere in the world and this is just my chance to go there so now. Amanda schull also nominated for a decky success best female performance. I'm telling you what our listeners loved project. Christmas huge. I mean just so good she she is next level she crushed and then lastly in our best child actor category young. Avery peters also nominated for decky. Oh my god that tried fact leading cast we were. They nominated for best cat. Best ensemble i. They might have been the best ensemble were too but yeah avery. Peters got a lot of rave reviews from even toughest critics which is me and just She was just see a lot of these actors in kids actors in these homework movies. You just kind of feel bad form of peter's really held her own just crushed him. Watch out for avery. I'm not kidding you. From the moment we started working together as this girl is bashful. Because i've got a couple of these films afford to and the kids roles they usually they give the kids a lot and the kids are usually Trying to figure it all out and they really. It is what it is but she was shooting was up like she for her first film ever. She was like her. And i would basically bounce around set singing all of hamilton. She was a musical theater kid and so she's always like dancing and singing and she's got this just this real passion for For acting already and she's just such a natural. I'm not surprised to hear that she's been nominated. I would not be surprised to hear that she wins be surprised that. See her all throughout hollywood over the next couple of decades was such a crucial part of the movie. Yeah she she more. So than i think a lot of these movies her her role could have made break broken. The movie breaked would've made a broken the movie and she made. I think so often these movies with the single dad. It's about. I don't know if my kids ready for me to start dating again whereas this one you are adamantly against like. You're the one who's like i'm not going to replace my kids. Not blah blah blah and the and. The kid has to kind of sleepless in seattle. You so to speak. And so that's a. That's a hefty burden for a kid and one of these movies and she and she nailed it and she allowed you to be a little bit probably darker than some of the male leads in like like resisting this because a lot of times the male leads are one over pretty quick you had the you resisted for quite a while your character does in the movie so that allows you to do some stuff. I think that normally homework homework leading men they'll get to do and that was actually part of why i liked it because i think mike. The my characters mentioned a few times as being a cactus or being really prickly and. that's very on hallmark. That may be happened in one scene. And then there's a quick turn and then it's all just like light hearted stuff. But they had me playing pretty prickly for say. The first few acts went on for a while on yes. That's for sure brickley. No doubt about karen. Hey hey hey. Hey hey hush is your dogs. In karen her. Name's karen what's funny. Is that name shirt. I planned the name you know a couple years ago after my aunt passed away. And then this whole thing happened. I think it's just ridiculous. Karen what was talking about. You got to be prickly for more than one act right right so quickly for for the first almost like the first half of this movie almost but for me. That was such a fun ride as an actor is to just really find that you know fine where you can be prickly but still like kinda likeable and so there was a fine balance to to to walk there and i think i'm pretty sure that i wasn't very likable. In the first thirty or forty minutes of the film but that was what was written and so it was fun as an actor just to honor that and like. I don't care if you me like me but that's what the story is eventually. I'll win you over fantastic. Do you like do you prefer working on a movie like that or would you prefer tv series work all as far as getting a job. But you don't really have a preference over seeing your character's art from start to finish versus just piecemeal together as you get new pages you don't have a. There's something fun about a film because it's finite amount of time and you go okay. Cool we have three weeks to prepare them. We're gonna film for three weeks and it's just it's like this big chunk where you just throw everything into it and i.

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"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"It was at the dramas chinese. So is this show premiere. My whole family flew in. We got all dressed up and there was it was it was just this whole thing and i just have such a weird fifteen minutes. Sex scene in that house was really strange being next to my girlfriend at the time that my mom right there but minus that the whole experience that i feel like i was really proud of that film and how it turned out and Just watching on the big screen with everybody in the room. The energy was so it was just there was so much. Electricity in the after party was out of this world that was that was a pretty remarkable experience in my life. Go back here so you are. You're sitting in a row all year closest people and it's like what what are you doing. And what's coming up. Do you just keep your head down like what glad that my grandma didn't come to the is. Is your mom. Just like giving you a talking to afterwards adding. She's seen me do that. A lot of my career has been. I probably died like seventeen times. And i'm sure i've had some intimate moments on screen so i think she's used to. She's just if you're chavis diet again. If you're grandma's from georgia she may have left thinking that you were in a different film industry. Yeah i don't. I don't i don't think i don't think she's seen the film. I don't think that one thank goodness. August thirteen Let's take a quick break. Dan is that cool. I'll tell you break. We'll come back here on the hallmark. Tell.

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"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Favorites genre to I think i'm still discovering it. I think i'm i think i'm i like really playing in everything so i don't know i feel like i feel like what it's been over the last six years of my life. It's been a lot of action stuff. Like lots of heavy drama. And so i was really drawn to wanna do some comedy and then i got a little taste of that with instinct. A show that i did with alan cumming and got to play around a bit. And it's now i it changes. They're really really changes. I'm doing a show right now. Called you on netflix. It's definitely we've we've seen every episode of you and it's on it says you're in all ten episodes. I know that that might be living or dead or trying to fool us. But what what. What can you give us their trav- about what what you're doing in in you because we're ready for seasonal ready just shy. This show is so twisted. I love it so much. The writing is so good. And i really. I love the actors. And i'm working with i get to play character. That's larger than life and i'll just say what what's already out there publicly. I'm a bio hacker. A fitness expert. And my wife. And i we welcome joe and love into our world and i i get to play a guy that i am all about. I'm a. I'm a leader of men in the show and i love to to get to take men on trips out to the woods into To get in touch with their masculinity. And that's that's that that's kind of an essence of who i am and so a lot of fun happens this season. I'm so excited to have. Everybody sees them something to keep filming. Because we're impressed right now. You could just see him smiling like he's not telling us the main thi- can't more ready for the i love i told you about. You is a show that i think at. Its best reminds me of like when when you early seasons of dexter. Did you watch dexter showtime and seen much though but it it reminds me. It's a very pulpy like it's designed to watch a bunch at once and and anything can happen. And when dexter was kind of operated dexter is finance the first four seasons of dexter are wonderful and but it it has this addictive quality to it that you just want to keep watching it over and over again so yeah. I'm pump for this. What i love about this show is just even though it's dark and it's twisted it's your inside joe's head in and the just narration everyone is his fodder and it's just so funny. I felt like. I find myself laughing out loud a lot when watching the first two seasons. So i'm excited. Just to be a part of the part of the right paying task Tell us a little bit about hallmark. Kind of how you got hooked up with them. You've done some stuff in the past. Some acquired stuff some of the similar type of movies. How'd you ultimately get hooked up with with art. the hallmark is fun. Because you don't audition for hallmark phelps. They usually just find you. And you get the you get a call. One day from your manager agent. They're like hey they want you to do this. Film do you like the script And so that's always been nice with with hallmark specifically it's always incoming incoming call I usually the once the time that they've reached out to me one night in two thousand seventeen with bridget. Regan a was called shoot. I don't even know what that was called. I'm sure it was about christmas though. But the one that i did with her. Two thousand seventeen. I just worked with her. On the last ship for five seasons in the fourth season so i got to work with her again in. The story was really cute. So i don't. I don't know how machine of hallmark works. But somehow they just find you reach out to you and you just you do you accept Precious enter the the hallmark world. And that's what's happened. Is christmas getaway christmas getaway. Christmas is in a good guess. On your part i got. I do have some homework questions but just before we get there. Is there a particular everybody says that every cast and crew is the best and they're they're like family and this is what really makes the show where you hear that about every show you've been on just dumped teen number of shows which tv shows actually or movie stood stands out as actually the one that you were like that you guessed it on not a series regular not last ship but that you guessed it on one or two episodes you're like man that cast and crew really does feel like a family like more than the rest of i was. I guess i was. I was on instinct for every episode. But i would say instinct. Was that show. I came onto their shows. It was their second season. And michael rouch and why. Just forget his name because literally staring at screens to there's two screens of myself alan coming allow and company. Yes so so. Michael russia and tell me made an agreement and i believe before they started. The show was that there need three things need to happen i will. Everyone needs to be really passionate about their jobs. Really love to be there. Secondly dogs need to be around set. Alzheimer's and thirdly is there's always dancing in between setups and so our main camera operator was also a dj and sell for me. This was a set coming into the second season. You never know what you're walking onto. And i walked onto a set where i'm like. This is how this is how it should be run. This is an amazing environment. So so creatively fulfilling and everyone's happy and dancing and there's there's dogs everywhere so to me that so far that's been that stands out and that's so cool. Sounds like a great place to work for that kind of what we do that too. Yeah lots of dan. I mean we are big dancers. Come on prove it door time. Doing dance what's What's when when you think of your filmography and kind of the movies that have been on screen on the big screen What's something that like when you went to see. The movie was just the most like i cannot believe. I'm on the big screen. There's something magical about being on the big screen. I have to imagine. I would say friday the thirteenth. That was a wild experience for me. Working with michael bay again. The cast was was so much. Fun and We get to go to austin. For two months and the when we had our premier in l. a..

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"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"You good for you. How dare you trader to the south travis. I'm from florida. And so you know. I'm a traitor to the south. So you move out there. How long was it before you decided to take that acting class. Why did you decide was like everyone else is doing us a mines. We'll give it a shot. How did that happen. And what how. Many times go into that classic. Take for you to be like. I wanna keep keep doing this. Keep going forward. So is my second. Dan l. a. And i came out here. I come out a couple of months prior. And i got a print and a modeling agent and i got a job at red lobster so i had everything all set up for me los angeles. Red lobster lobsters. Great good to me. So right when i got into the acting class i immediately knew okay. Let me backtrack. I came out for the summer i was. I just finished up my junior college. And i came up for the summer just to see what was like and with in two days i started the acting class and i knew i was not going back to the university that i was at that was not going to go back and study business management. I was not going to go back to georgia just as my new destination. This is my new dream. It happened like that. And from there. I i i just. I threw myself into a jumped into every class. That i could. I surrounded myself with all sorts of actor friends and was was studying acting like crazy and it became an obsession am session. The hard core of sometimes an unhealthy obsession for for now almost two decades. How what's the first thing you booked first thing you remember booking. The first big thing was that so raven which was a really fun. I i got to be. I had visions. I could see the future. But only when i kissed raising it was it was this thing and i got to kiss the other girl in it and so i was in my twenties early twenties. And i'm thinking. Wow i get to hang out with pretty girls and i get. I get to get paid to make friends into kiss girls. This is amazing. Yes so that was it. That was a big one. Big one for me big win. I remember that is the thing that i really is. Double vision was. The there wasn't a joe. I watch episode of that either. Yeah i what is the thing because that was in a few other things from four here. What's the thing that you booked you went. Okay i'm never going to red lobster again. I'm going to do this. This is what. I'm doing good question. So i i transfer lobster to the chart house which was a classier restroom. Cheddar bay biscuits their biscuits. But we had a beautiful view the ocean and it was a good little job that i had and i looked a movie called accepted. Yeah really cool. College com hill and justin long blake. Lively really really good. Cast i booked that movie. I believe that was two thousand five and there was a particular ritual that happens at this restaurant. 'cause there's a lot of other artists and actors musicians in people that really chasing their dreams working as as on waitstaff. When ever you would transition from there and really be able to commit to your craft and work on your craft full-time and make a living with your with your art. You they would basically take. You would quit the restaurant they would take you out to the ocean and they would throw you in ritual things so they took the drag me down the ocean against my will see supposed to all types of the like dragging me. I'm fighting and suing the ocean. And i remember i just took my shoes and this is not the best choice to do for the environment but i took my shoes and it was very symbolic through them into the ocean and they said i will never work at a restaurant again. I will only make my living as an actor. Wow i mean if i would have stayed in that position for the next four minutes. I'm sure the shoes would have just come right back to try again. But i don't remember doing that. I just remember launching the shoes out and being like. I'm an actor fantastic while i asked us to every guest and most of them humor me a particularly memorable bad audition like you left. Wow that was awful. They're not calling anything like particularly bad. Yeah i'm still. That's just part of the deal is you're you're learning how to stick when you first started driving your car. You're not the best driver you know you have to really. You have to know how to use all your mirrors. You have to understand that. Other people are also driving in their own. Little worlds you you. You have a lot that you have to process all at once and it takes a long time to really find your groove and feel really good at it. And i think in the process of of understanding how to use my instrument and understanding what auditions were. An understanding that rejection is a huge part of the game I definitely felt my face a lot. I have one audition where i went in. I was supposed to play a cop. And i didn't know that you weren't supposed to run around the room in like like really pretend like i had this whole lake. Fake gun thing. And i remember like jump on the couch and i got up and i ran across. The church is trying to videotape me. This whole time and this is for a series regular role which clearly wasn't ready. And a lotta times in addition you you just want to be subtle you wanna get in there and get out and you can. If you have to have a big moment where you you pull a gun on somebody you can do it with. Just look and it doesn't have to be this whole thing where you're running around so i think i left out audition thinking i did. Great rushed it and the feedback. That i got was that that it's never gonna happen and then like i need to calm down a little bit not try so hard. I mean i've had people tell me terrible things after dishes before. And it's just part of the deal is part of the learning kirk. I love it. We're gonna take a quick break. We're gonna be back here like the homework back. I don't usually ask about working with other actors but my my producer tracy would kill me. You've done episode of malcolm in the middle. She's the biggest. Frankie muniz fan house. Frankie frankie is great this. This was a long time ago back actually play basketball with a couple of times afterwards. And he's he's really down to earth really lay back and just good dude so i. I only have good good experiences with them. Is there anybody we'd ask you about. You would say negative things about. I would say no comment like house working for michael bay. You know you can say dude. The genius he's he's he knows what he's doing with that question he's he he. Actually this guy knows his stuff he smart dude. He knows he knows exactly what he's making. I was just seeing what i'd get their shot you now. You're all everybody we talked to their. Imdb filmography is eclectic yours even seemingly more so than others. I mean you've been in a ton of sitcoms people have heard of and tv dramas and big time movies. A horror movies action movies. Is there a particular fit for you that you think is your.

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"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"winkle" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Wow winkle heads calm down winkle heads are hero lacks everybody stop. Email us calling us when he again. When are you gonna get them back. It's the and the phone lines have been jammed with winkle heads and this is our fault because we have one eight hundred winkled we have that phone number which is not enough numbers but it doesn't matter it's it's very rare that after one movie and actor comes on the show that's very rare but to that they already have fan base after one movie. We're not talking about just anybody. Or we're talking about the one. And the only travis van winkle travis sir how you doing you know you bring up a really sensitive subjects. Have a lot of trauma. People mispronounced my last name. And they'll forget the van and they'd just say well. Hello mr winkle or travis winkle and there's always a moment where i have to stop. It sits the forgot van. It's van van winkle but you guys have created a thing from it. And i love it. Now it's the winkle ahead so you guys are helping me heels and trauma. We're doing the best we can. Now did you see we. We were on good morning america. I talked about your movie on national television. I don't know if you saw this said you gotta watch this movie. I saw on national television. I said guy. This is the weekend before the movie project with christmas. Wish wish was coming out. I slowly remember the name brand is the project it's christmas related. And there's a wish broddrick Talked about it on national. Tv and said winkle said the winkle heads are coming out just off the top of my head and the people laughed and then got on the on the twitter. And now we're talking about all the time. The yes so winkle heads unite. Where here police. T shirt with winkle heads on it i love and travis speaking of the winkle heads so winkle heads are gonna be out and full force tomorrow for the decky that's right. I don't know if you've heard about our award show. The deputies first annual is tomorrow and you are nominated for the smolder to burn best male performance of the year while very excited europe again. heavy hitters. Strath you're having some heavy hitters. I would like to see my my mom for always just being a great mother to me for my dad for you really provided a Stellar income for our family. And it's brought me to where i am today and i just wanna say thank you to my parents. I appreciate that. Because i have to. We're through. we're getting everybody for their acceptance speeches and so you just save time. I don't have to scrap. Been at least by. Imdb you've been doing this for seventeen years. Did you ever think you'd get to the point. Where decky nomination was coming your way. I mean i. I've been manifesting this for quite a few years so i'm not surprised. No but i mean this crazy. That's been Seventeen plus years. You know when you when i moved out here. I didn't know what was going to happen. I just knew that. I wanted to become an actor and play the game and it's just unraveled. And you know continue. It's it's so much fun to be. So i'm just happy to be on your guys shown that we're talking about the work. Love it. well let's take us back eighteen plus years to win before you were an actor kind of how did you get interested in it did. Was it what you want it to be as a kid. What kind of made you finally take the leap into acting Seventeen years ago so definitely didn't see it happening as a kid. I wanted to be in the nfl for a long time. Where are you from. I'm from georgia. You okay right here. Allina we're in greenville. So about two hours from atlanta were you a falcons. Fan love when michael came through. That was amazing. But i was always a redskins fan before i talk any further. How do i change it to our. I'm not just looking. I'm looking at myself on two screens face twice. It's just whenever you whenever you go. We're changing the screens. Here live for video. And so whenever television travis for that hit my face in front of the camera. I'm kidding i'm how so. How do i just not see. Mice just just could just cover your eyes because it's gonna look above it and talk okay so i'll just okay. Yes i always wanted to be in in the nfl. And i never really thought about being an actor. But i used to have my mom's friend. Tammy darby she would always tell me that. I needed to model needed to act. I needed to be in from the cameras. Tammy tammy always. There's always a tammy around. And so that kind of got the idea. Percolating think and then my friend in in high school he was an abercrombie and fitch model and all the girls. He's like on the bags of the posters and the girls were very much into him. I asked like how did you do that. Don't do that and He introduced me to his agency. And i submit a photo and i submitted a photo of pot that i had are big time kind a football and i sent a photo of me doing that and they they were like. You're the the pig i come in. Let's talk and when i started college. I got into a little bit of modeling and like i was in walmart. That's when i knew. I really made it. I made it into had a big spread inside of walmart. And i remember that. Spread those a good spread Jerry memorable memorable. But i started. I started getting in front of the camera modeling. I i never really thought about acting. I had to do one scene in high school for a drama class. That's the only time i've i've ever acted beforehand and i had to play drunk driving a car for all who can hollerin' and we're on stage and we're In a car and something happens in crash and then we all die. Fall out of the car. That's the only thing. I remember about acting hope that it's not symbolic my career for like a psa or like a very special episode like why are we doing. That seem guess. Our teacher was just trying to to give us lessons through art. And it it Yeah i remember having a good time and be frightened at my. I was so scared to do that. Scene in front of everybody but it was exhilarating. So i don't know i never really thought about. It never really thought about being an actor until i came out to los angeles for the summer and then it just jumped into an acting class. I was like. I'm feeling all these things and i wanna keep feeling these things and i was just off to the races could be me i. I'm from south carolina. I've been a southerner my whole life. I don't detect a big accents with you at all like a big southern accent. Is that something you worked out of. And just got rid of over the years living in los angeles or is that something that you just never had grown up like a lot of people to gateway words to the southern dialect. Y'all fixing yup. Fixing to get ready every time. Cut cut those out and you're southern accent will disappear dissolve into the background and i think i had casting director pretty early on. Tell me that i was. I had a southern accent. And i was surprised. No i don't roth and at that moment. I started to work going forward on relieving myself. This accident so when you come home to the south do you get the accident back. Does it all right back into it..

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What to know before the stock market opens Wednesday

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

04:28 min | 1 year ago

What to know before the stock market opens Wednesday

"One big question, I think that a lot of people's minds with the news overnight out of Georgia and it looking Maura and Maura, like Democrats will control the Senate along with the House. And then, of course, the White House after President elect Joe Biden is sworn in on the 20th. What does that mean for the markets and for the economy? Well, we've seen some volatility in recent days, just based on uncertainty on duh. I think you know there's likely to be, you know, a few different reactions and play. But, you know, I think for someone investor's standpoint, you gotta continue to focus on the long term and long term. Statistics have shown that whether it's a divided Congress or not a divided Congress. Long run markets go up either way s O, you know, buckle the seatbelt and just kind of ignore short term volatility or whatever political posturing, you know, you know, but maybe maybe happening. That's you know, likely to Buffett markets up and down and short term, but you need to maintain a focus on the long term goals. The other thing is that just from an interest rate standpoint, um you're much of it is really hinged on the said on DNO, not on Congress so, but the Fed pledging to keep interest rates low, with the Fed continuing to buy $120 billion a month and long term bonds. We've got an environment of ultra low rates for throughout 2021. How important was it for Congress to pass that latest round of stimulus that relief package? How important was it for the economy? Huge on do you know? Unfortunately, it probably isn't even enough to kind of get us to where we need to be right now that I think the timetable of mass vaccinations by the middle of the year That's the gap. We need to bridge from an economic perspective businesses and if small businesses in particular, and a lot of households that were really hurting financially that you know for months had been kind of running down. Their their savings, exhausting unemployment benefits. It's you know, it's a welcome relief to have that extended But those unemployment benefits that have been extended till March. You know that's not gonna that's not going to get us to where we need to be So in the short term, it was a huge help T the households and small businesses that were on the brink. But, you know, I think we're kidding ourselves. If we think that that's gonna be sufficient to get us to the other side of this I'm joined by Greg McBride, senior vice president and chief financial analyst for bankrate dot com. With the Democrats likely holding power at all levers in Washington, D C moving forward, there's a likelihood that there will be Maura relief coming. Do you think that will be welcomed by the markets? Yes. Now I think you know the counter play to that is that you know, you're also likely to see some concern about growing deficits might fuel inflation down the road. So and and that can have the opposite effect on the stock market. So you know it's one of those where you no way see this where you know the market could be up Big one day and then it's like you know, the referee comes out from under the hood and says after further review. The call has been reversed. And then the next day the market goes down. Right. So you know, markets that embrace one thing One day, you know, could look at it is, you know glass being half empty the next day, or vice versa. That's kind of speaks to that volatility in the short term that I was talking about, But you know, long term, particularly with mass vaccinations. We get the faster pace of economic growth in the second half of the year. You know, I think that's when when things really, you know, we start to kind of grab a higher gear economically, You know, I think you know that That's that's really you know what's ultimately gonna gonna do? That's really the most important thing moving forward. I mean, obviously, the political situation in D C is gonna have an impact. But it really comes down to the vaccination distribution and how quickly we can ramp that up. Yeah, that's the hub of the wheel economically, you know, and it's you know, I mean, listen, if you you know if you did a rip in Winkle and fell asleep for a few months and then woke up, you know again, it's going to be still the vaccinations and the progress there. That's really going to be, you know, dictating not only the health of the economy, but you know, ultimately what we see as a result. With the financial health of households, businesses corporate earnings in the markets themselves.

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The Story of Auld Lang Syne

Talk, Tales and Trivia

06:56 min | 1 year ago

The Story of Auld Lang Syne

"Well when this time of year rolls around you probably will hear one song and one song in particular seemingly over and over again. Quick note here. I was listening to my christmas traditional songs. And i kept hearing it. But what song am i talking about. Well i just told you old. Elaine sign it does have a rather big nostalgia meaning to it and along with it here in the united states. A bit of sadness and usually marks an emotional scene or we action. The song. old lang sign was originally written in scottish. When taken apart and put back together again. An- actually means old long sense and is translated yet again to mean all times sake or for the sake of old times this song that is mostly sung and means the emotional conclusion to another year. And don't we need that. It also means that one must remember people from their past and raise a toast to them. Originally it was written many many years ago as a scottish celebration song. Old lang zayn is actually a scottish language. Written by robert burns in seventeen eighty eight and set to the tune of a traditional folk song. But did you know that. In the netherlands. It is a soccer anthem and in japan. It is a song about firefly's and and south korea. It was the national anthem until nineteen forty eight. It is known as being easily adaptable and mostly all musical styles. That is why it is so cool but at its core it is well known and many countries especially in the english speaking world. It's traditional use. Being to bid farewell to the old year at the stroke of midnight on new year's eve it is also sung at funerals graduations and as a farewell or ending to other asians the international scouting movement in many countries uses it to close jamborees and other functions and a little note here when i was watching the crown on netflix day. Sung it when they said goodbye to the prime minister. Certainly most of us know the song old lang zayn but to quote from the first stanza of the english version of the james watson ballad. Here it goes should be aware since be forgot and never thought upon the flames of love extinguished and fully past and gone is thy sweetheart now grown so cold that loving breast of nine the thou cast never once reflect on old lang zayn in scotland. It is common practice that everyone joins hands with the person next to them. To form a great circle around the dance floor at the beginning of the last verse. Everyone crosses their arms across their breast so that the right hand reaches out to the neighbor on the left side and vice versa win the tune ends everyone rushes to the middle while still holding hands when the circle is re established everyone turns under the arms to end up facing outward with hands still joined in countries other than scotland. The hands are often crossed from the beginning of the song at variance with scottish custom. And did you know. The scottish practice was demonstrated by queen elizabeth second at the millennium dome celebrations for the year. Two thousand some press outlets berated her for not properly crossing her arms. She was unaware that she was incorrectly. Following the scottish tradition and because of its easy tune and melody it was also used as a song to signify for the war to end having the title. I wish the war was over and it was a popular anti-slavery song entitled fling out. The anti slavery flag both were using old anxiety as the basis for those songs. If you listen closely you can hear the song all lang sign and many movies too. Well did you know that these movies are we willie winkle a nineteen thirty seven. Shirley temple movie when her character sings to console a dying soldier. Mr smith goes to washington the nineteen thirty nine movie. Ocean's eleven the original of nineteen sixty as background music and the poseidon adventure one of my favorites that was made in nineteen seventy two ghostbusters and nineteen eighty nine. When harry met sally in nineteen eighty nine as well forrest gump in nineteen ninety four and elf and two thousand and three and most notably the very last song that is in the movie. It's a wonderful life with jimmy stewart. It is after all probably the best feel good ending in a classic movie ever with plenty of emotion for the main character at the last scene of the movie which brings george bailey the main character to tears as he acknowledges how great life really is and it is always at the stroke of midnight composer guy lombardi would play it on the radio and continued the tradition for fifty years afterwards. Dick clark took it up to play at the stroke of midnight on. Dick clark's new year's rocking eve. Every year and new york city as the big ball dropped at the stroke of midnight but after dick clark retired from the show ryan. Seacrest did the same at the stroke of midnight every year. They all had something in common with playing the song. It was an remembrance of those that came before and at the same time to mark the new year. All the fans and celebrators would sing along to the classic song so this year twenty twenty when the clock strikes. Twelve a m sing along to this classic song. Even if you don't know all the words we are indeed saying goodbye to twenty twenty

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"winkle" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"winkle" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"winkle" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"winkle" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

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Rip Van Winkle

The Struggle Bus: Self-Care, Mental Health, and Other Hilarious Stuff

08:59 min | 1 year ago

Rip Van Winkle

"We have some. We have a big show today. We're going to just do our things. Oh Oh man I. I don't know man like I woke up. What's the story about the guy who goes to sleep for like a hundred years and wakes after whatever is that a retail it's not rapunzel it's It's is that echoed crane or. Is that the headless Horseman Sandwich. It's the one In a look at apple look I I could easily Google but I'm not going to. The point is okay. Thank you the point is that. I woke up this morning and I felt like I was waking up from being dead for like one hundred years so I'm tired and disoriented Rip Van Winkle Rip Van Winkle like I said Yeah I feel like Rip Van Winkle but I'm okay like I'm fine but like just I think we would be remiss to not mention that the life is really like tiring right now. Yeah Yeah Wednesday just Just left me. We're recording on on a Thursday crutches. Thursday it's allegedly. Yeah we're all like messed up and like my schedule has totally I? Everything is just is just like kind of a weird Amorphous Blob of time and it's every day is a question of like. How am I going to sculpt this time blob and every day as a surprise? Yeah how fun. Yeah it's a really good time But actually so that's a that's a transition that I'm going to take advantage of talking about this article Yes it has. Oh with the headline training for this our entire lives. And it's by. It's by Todd EMCO. Who's a listener of the struggle bus and the the dog parent of Piggy a very adorable service animal legged SOG piggy offer talk about Peggy for a second piggy is literally the best thing ever piggy is emotional service dog as well and can tell when you're feeling sad and goes up to people randomly and just knows when they're feeling sad so piggies doing overtime? Feel Yeah I feel like yeah piggies like working around the clock probably because picky so good at like human beings But todd takes piggy to schools and and Kids come up to piggy initials relieved beautiful disease. There's a lot of videos about Peggy. But were all linked to this on. Go Bus PODCAST. Dot Com this. Article's really interesting so yes there is really at article by Todd. And it's like talking about how What will the idea is basically that there are many people out there who are what what everyone is experiencing right now in a way there are people who have been kind of you know quote unquote like he says training for this their entire lives so lang todd says as as a severe obsessive compulsive disorder post traumatic stress disorder anxiety sufferer someone with compromised immune system? I know that people like me of spending our entire lives self isolating compulsively washing your hands in dealing with systemic exploitation of our plight and then the article he just he just goes on to talk about the various strategies that He uses in. That are familiar to him for like just dealing with the reality that we're in right now and it's really it's really interesting. It's really helpful. It's published in a mad in Asia Pacific and you can willing to it in the show notes but it's it's really good. I reread at this morning. And there's just like just a bunch of Just like awesome tips in there and not just tips but like just someone talking about you know aspects of a lot of us are feeling right now and it just feels really nice to kind of have that you know be recognized like called out so check that out as someone who has. Ocd and anxiety These are not the things I'm used to like washing. The hands is not my thing. You know checking doors or you know not talking to people and so. I've learned to adapt right so I think it's it's a really beat Florida about adapting and and how our anxiety is you know it can be real and you know we. We talk a lot about What's the word you use the Rip Van Winkle. Yeah no but sort of like just sort of like over thinking things and thinking like Oh. This isn't a catastrophic catastrophic thinking. That's all right. Thank you and and at this point we can think that way and I think that that's in in a very strange way Very welcome for those of us who have catastrophic thinking it's like okay Yeah yeah one thing that like. I can't remember if you and me were talking about this I forget who I spoke about anything on Zoom meeting with the I know. Yeah totally but like I. I've been feeling like Like my in a weird way. I especially felt this way in the very beginning of all of this I when people were like really starting to come around to how serious this was When people finally started to come around I was. I felt like finally relieved in a way. Oh well yeah absolutely but like that my like my like anxiety and vigilance about the world and its dangers and being safe that like other people were finally like thinking about that too and there are many people who think about that all the time because there are plenty of people in our country who are under extreme threat all the time just by virtue of they are but but like. I think that until this happened and like reality set in for a lot of people There were there. Were just a lot of people who aren't accustomed to thinking about what it means to live in uncertainty and to feel you know that the state not only will not protect you but is actively harming you And that there's chaos outside your doors and all the stuff and there's something about like people kind of also realizing that that's happening that made me feel like finally people are getting what I've always gotten like you know just because like we. We all have our own things that were bringing to everything in like my one of the things I bring to. Everything is being hyper vigilant and being like Yeah like thinking catastrophically cause me to spiral and have like not unproductive thoughts but cows probably thinking is also what has like my my like history of catastrophic making my propensity for it is. I think what has positioned me me personally to like. Be Relatively okay during all of this Yeah I'm very surprised. How calm I am during all this. You know I went through my spiral a few weeks ago. Like oh no and now like I'm good right so it's like these are things that we we just talked to our doctors and talk to our friends and it turns out that a lot of people that we know have had this or are carriers and it's very serious and we should take seriously but I like that people are well. I don't like anything about this but I like the people are finally taking it seriously and so when I tell people they're like oh myself as well and I'm like oh now we're sharing and unfortunately I mean this may be we'll go into your your next segment of debris Jabra of I really wish people took this more seriously if they aren't already Know New Yorkers are taking this seriously because we're very close spaces but I see a lot of things on social media where people are like but can I just walk around the block and do this friend and it's like no no. You're hurting us. If you if you heard other people you could be a carrier. I'm sorry to get negative sally. That's fine but do you want to like. How are you feeling are you? Are you doing? Okay just want people to know listening wisely. Yes how allies I am doing. A thousand percent better. I have I still have a low fever which is weird but you know it is what it is and I feel a thousand percent better. I've been just cleaning the apartment and cook and food as much as I can the even though my landlord turned the gas off. But that's another subject entirely

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Searching For Cockles

Gastropod

07:54 min | 1 year ago

Searching For Cockles

"We're in central puget sound in a body of water that we call Port Orchard Passage. This is a very good body of water for Shellfish. Because there's a lot of current coming through this little bottle neck area. There brings a lot of nutrients food. Oxygen Vivian. Barry is the shellfish program manager for the tribe and we met her and her colleague. Jeff more on a tribally owned beach across the sound from Seattle to areas famous for all sorts of seafood especially shellfish oysters and gooey ducks and course clams that we have different types of clams here. We have the the native little neck clams and we have an introduced Manila clam. That's very similar to the little neck. But it's from Asia originally and of course there's The star of today's show cockles which we actually couldn't see so they like to live in the lower intertidal zone and then the subtitle. Apparently there are more cockles. Living under the water than on the beach for those of you who are not up on their whole tidal geography. The Inter title is that part you see at the beach. The wet sand that gets exposed as the tide is going out. The subtitle is under shallow water almost all the time. It's that sliver of sand that only gives exposed at super low tides. Like when there's a full moon and so to get to the cockles in that subtitle's zone Vivian. And Jeff have to wait until the tide is at. It's very very lowest point this time of year. That's around three. A M which is go at night we harvest at night. Yeah we were out there during the day but fortunately there were some cockle shells available on the beach as visually. They see a cockle there. Jeff grab it. Yeah they're weathered but there you can see they look like those ripple chips. They're they're ribbed. They have these long ribs. Come down longitude only. This is what you would see when you're looking in the garden. Cockle shells right from the nursery room round more. Like a ball shape. The Long Ribs Jeff is describing on the shell. It's those same lines in the cockleshell flowers that give the flowers their name. If you've never seen a cockleshell and frankly I hadn't as Jeff said you might know them better from nursery RHYMES MARY. Mary quite contrary. How does your garden grow with silver bells and cockle shells and pretty maids all in a row? No one knows exactly what that means. There's a theory that Mary as Mary. Queen of Scots and the cockle shells are somehow Catholic. But yeah no one knows. And then there's another old English rhyme. I knew as a Kid. It was actually a jump rope song for me. Blue Bells cockle shells a vans British rhyme. So they would have been talking about the different species at cockle. The common cockle as it's called which you find in the UK and Ireland Portugal and all down the Atlantic coast. Morocco cockles have long been a popular food in all these countries. Just one of the many shellfish people enjoyed you might have heard the Irish Song Molly Malone where she selling cockles in the streets of Dublin. We streets gone in the UK. Coco's used to be a pretty common seaside treat. You'd often buy them boiled served in a paper cone and sprinkled with Malt Vinegar. They were popular in the east end of London. And especially in Wales but today those kinds of traditional shellfish like welk's and winkles and cockles. They've become less and less popular. But while cockles are no longer common snacks in seaside towns. They are still actually harvested all along the coast of the UK. They're shipped overnight to elsewhere in Europe like France and the Netherlands where cockles are still popular law of blazes in the UK. That harvesting is still done by hand using cocoa rake. It can be really dangerous work if you get caught by the tide but while we were researching this episode we discovered off the coast of Norfolk. They've developed an ingenious technique that involves driving boats around in circles. This is from a channel four documentary about calls three to four minutes. Yes that's the war talk. The boat's propeller push the sentiment in these re off. Would you use the boat? Wash all the sideway basically There's yet another species of cockle that's widespread in Asia. In Japan. There's a popular cockles Sushi. That's available only one month a year but in a lot of places. Kaka leading has really fallen off. The shelves are hard to open. And especially these European cockles. There's only a tiny bit of meat. Once you do manage to pry them apart but west coast cockles like we said there are different species and they are most decidedly not dainty little things. They're actually quite hefty. They probably can get about a good four inches four five inches. They can get fairly large and heavy in terms of like maybe a schoolboy size little apple so cockles are bigger than clams but there are unusual in another way to most shellfish like the little neck clams in the Manila clams covered the beach. We were on their pretty stationary and when they settle from larvae to an adult they basically dig themselves in and stay in the same place for the rest of their lives but cockles. They are not quite so sedentary. These cockles have a really heavy and strong foot and they're very mobile so they can escape. They're predators by just jumping away from them this jump. It's not just a little hub. This is a full-on leap leap leap away. So one of the Faster Sea Stars is the Sun Star Picnic. Odia helium authorities. These sunflower seeds. Stars are freaky looking. They range in color from bright orange to purple. They get to more than three feet wide. And they have up to twenty four arms covered in suckers and they love to use those suckers to pull apart the two halves of cockleshell and then they chomped down on the flash. They can sense when the sea star is trying to get a hold of him in a foot to just kick away and they can jump off. We're talking we're talking mostly sideways. And then the kind of kick away and SORTA roll along to get away so at a time but enough to get away from a sea star and as long as there have been people living along puget sound. They've been eating those leaping cockles over ten thousand years. I don't know I mean bivalves have been around for you. Know millions of years in the ocean and the tribes have been around these waters. For at least I think the archaeological record say at least fourteen thousand years by all accounts cockles are one hundred percent delicious and a favorite food of the first nations people in the area so they will build a large fire with rocks so the rocks become very hot and they will put the shellfish right the rocks and cover them with seaweed so they basically steam in their own juices. It's over an open flame and it's yeah the the way they've been doing it for forever so it's they've perfected the art they're good. They're really sweet. Really sweet and kind of a rich kind of seafood taste little chewier a little bit meaty so they compared to other clans. I would say there's more richness in the

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Embody True Certainty

Badass Agile

05:58 min | 2 years ago

Embody True Certainty

"I want to speak directly one to one. Get right in the ear of all you leaders up there. I WanNa talk to you about a different kind of certainty you know. Our clients are always asking for winkle a habit. How much for how much how much of this whole thing cost? Kind of budgeting need. When am I going to get what feature? What's it going to include? Who signed off on that that kind of certainty that we've grown up with that we've been trained on in the. Corporate Universe is no longer serving us. And that's how we got to agility and I've said it so many times when people resist when there's pushback what's the pushback. We miss our certainty. We need our certainty. Were certainly need are certain? Ti- people love that feeling of if you just made a promise everything would be. Okay knowing full. Well that most promises that attempt to predict the future don't get kept today so if we can't predict the future. What kind of certainty can we possibly offer? Well here's what I suggest. When you lead people be certainty. What does that mean? Did you ever watched people on a bus or a train whether you take it or whether you just observed one passing by take a good look. What are people doing? Are they talking to one another? Are they staring out the window? Observing the miracle of nature of modern metropolitan life. Are they taking it all in moment by moment or are they slaves to their devices to the heed the call of every Ping in Ding notification popped up? Are they constantly serving? That dopamine hit an lovable am I needed enough for someone to text me back or like my post or comment on my comment being sucked into the rat hole of watching strangers fight on social media just to count out of ten people. How many people do you see in a close quarters almost social situation rather than speaking to one another engaging in helping and inspiring one another rather their lives are led by something outside themselves when you get that email or text message? It's almost like a command that you must follow out they. You're not in charge of your time. They are. It's interesting because this is a relatively new problem. Twenty years ago. Most of that situation didn't even exist at worst. You're a slave to your books or maybe you had your Walkman on the way we've always suffered from this problem but I feel like now it's magnifying. It's amplifying so you my friend if you lead then who should be leading you your cell phone your social addictions your dopamine flow. I don't think so. Start by being in command of your own soul and that can start with your attention. It's the small things that matter. Be Aware of your surroundings. If you're sitting on that bus put your phone away. Make a commitment to beware. What's going on around you? Maybe there's someone with a young child in a stroller who could use a hand holding the door open. Maybe someone can't quite figure out the schedule. What stopped there at notice. Look out the window. What's going on with the trees? Dc Grass or snow or rain note. What's going on around you? Hey How many times have you passed by your building at work and realized that you never noticed that the building next door has been torn down or there's a for sale sign in the window. There's no thirteenth floor in your elevator. How many details pass you by? Because you're not awake because we give into choices that are made for us by others. If you were in command of your attention if you were present in the moment if you make eye contact him realistic having conversations she can free yourself the need to constantly check your messages to respond to email right now right when you get it. Then you're in control not them meaning them with a Capital T. When you live your life that way you are certainty itself. You're in control. You're sure you're confident. You Have Dominion over your time and Energy and listened that simple practice when you show up at work. People are going to notice that you're the one you're the one who will lead. You're the one who go I either. You have the answers or you know how to get them. You will not react with anger or fear because you look like you're in complete control of your universe. That's the kind of certainty that people really want business cases and BRD's and Gantt Charts in spreadsheets. They're just a form of certainty. They're just an attempt to control the unknown. But when you show up as someone who does not break down who knows what to do. Who is incomplete control and mastery of themselves when things are uncertain when things are fearful? Then you can make change. You can build trust. You can improve adoption. You can transform individuals and then teams maybe whole organizations

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The Wiggles' Greg Page recovering in hospital after suffering cardiac arrest during wildlife relief concert

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

The Wiggles' Greg Page recovering in hospital after suffering cardiac arrest during wildlife relief concert

"Three a member of the children's band the wiggles has been hospitalized after collapsing during a wildfire relief concert forty eight year old Greg page you played the original yellow Winkle fell as he left the stage in New South Wales he was performing to raise money for the red cross in the wildlife rescue group wire the wiggle say he went into cardiac arrest but is now recovering in the

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How Does the Wayback Machine Work?

BrainStuff

04:49 min | 2 years ago

How Does the Wayback Machine Work?

"If a tree falls in a forest does it really make a sound and if a website light changes overnight did its previous homepage ever really exist in the first place because so much of our world is increasingly digital and ephemeral. It's not just a philosophical question. It's also simple matter of history. That's why the way back machine which features snapshots of websites as they age. Change is such a fascinating glimpse into the dusty corners of the web. The way back machine is a massive digital archive meant to preserve webpages that would otherwise be permanently. Lost Time without this horde quarter of data every time a page was updated or deleted it would simply vanish as if it had never been there mark Graham. The director of the way back machine noted in Two Thousand Sixteen entrepreneur article that the average life expectancy of a web page is about one hundred days. There are a multitude of reasons why these web pages disappear site creators move onto other projects web hosting companies. Go bankrupt or maybe the pages moved or replaced with new data and content. One place you may have seen the way back. Machines work ask more than eleven million web pages referenced in we kapiti articles have gone bad over the years. In other words they never turn a four zero four or page not found error because they've been archived in the way back machine technicians. There were able to edit those wikipedia pages so the references now point to archived versions of those defunct. Url's the way back. Machine is the brain child of brewster. Kahle and Bruce Gilliat who also founded the Internet archive which is Digital Library of websites books audio and video recordings hoardings and software. Both projects are San Francisco based nonprofits a Kaelin Gilliat also created Alexa Internet which analyzes web traffic patterns and was sold to Amazon Project Director. Graham said by email Vais Kaelin Gilliat had started to archive web pages in one thousand nine hundred six and in two two thousand one launched the way back machine to support discovery and playback of those archived web resources and yes. The name was inspired by the Nineteen Sixties Cartoon Series The Rock Doc in Bull Winkle show in the cartoon the way back. WABC machine was a plot device. used to transport the characters Mister peabody and Sherman back in time to visit important events in human history in a world where there are more than one point seven billion websites with the numbers climbing dramatically by the day. How can anyone possibly hope to catalog? So many web pages the way back machine uses what's called crawlers a type of software that automatically moves through the web taking snapshots shots of billions of sites as it goes. Some of the process is automated. But many of the requests are generated manually by a network of Librarians who prioritize certain types types of sites that they think are important to preserve passivity and for future generations. The crawlers don't capture every iteration of sites the frequency Linzie of snapshots differs by these sites. Importance very significant sites might be recorded every few hours others might be logged weeks or months apart most aren't logged it all so don't worry that embarrassing fan website. You made it high. School is probably long gone by now. The way back machine aims to capture snapshots of important content tent. Say the breaking news. Headlines created by major media companies. Furthermore it doesn't necessarily recreate the entire site and it doesn't preserve the data in a away the eat experience it with your browser. It may only capture a few images of a few pages and not preserved content that's linked to other sites outside of the domain but on a more practical level you've probably had the experience of clicking on a link on our web page and getting a four page not found notation. Now you're wondering wondering what was on the page originally. That's where the way back machine can help to use the way back machine go to archive dot org slash web. Type the euro at the site. You want to investigate in the browser history search bar in the results you'll see a chronological bar graph. That shows how many times the site was crawled and saved in a given year. You're click the year and blow. You'll see a twelve month. Calendar with various dates highlighted blue highlights mean. The site was saved properly. Red Means it was not click one of the highlight of dates and the site. Stop shots will appear click on one of those snapshots end just like that. You've traveled back in time to that older version of the site. If you want to make sure that a particular site is recorded to archive you can do so manually. Use The save page now option to save specific page. What's but realized that doing so? Only save that one page entire website and it doesn't guarantee that the site will be crawled in the future and if content owners want their material excluded from the way back machine and they can submit a request by sending an email to info at archive dot org.

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"winkle" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

10:17 min | 2 years ago

"winkle" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"More people a day. That's ten that's actually leap to the point. Where from the old average? You'd be working seven days a week which we wouldn't do that to you. But you are delivering if you are and and and you're not burning out as an employee you're just you're just operating downright I've seen individual the where they're just. They almost look like they were going following. They were having so much fun in what they were doing. And if we can have environments where people are really enjoying their craft raft. What they're doing in increase environment where that's encouraged? It makes a huge difference. I couldn't agree more. You know my experience has been that when we to help. People can tap their competence when they really feel like. They're they're mastering the that they they're rockingest. Whatever it is that they do and we help them contribute more to meet that creates this virtual cycle this upward spiral of energy? And more of of those good things that the organization needs you at the same time. I think sometimes what I want to see a bad leader leader but a leader. WHO's not as informed or enlightened might do is look at that and say okay well they can do to more maybe now they can do three more day and we you can end up pushing folks as you said to the point of exhaustion and And burn out so the other way to tap that kind of confidence Madison aglow in the ability of the superpowers individuals. Present is to find ways to help them. Share that with others others in the other way to magnify your results. If you will is by having those who really have nailed something keach others share their best practices let others in on. You know their secret tips and tactics so that that everyone in the group gets it's to benefit from that and enhance their competence in contributions. The same time it's crucial and again it just creates such a impeach difference in in the environment and it resonates throughout in it. I see it it turns into this call it at Democrat like Priscilla contagious. Everyone just wants to be better at what they're doing and they don't WanNa say okay. I've I've taken this course. I've had this training right now. I can do this now. They did. It just creates internal desire to want to learn more and you have an organization. That is supportive of that. It then you you really start making some huge impact in whatever you're doing as an organization no matter if you're making a product or a service or anything like that that permeates through the organization your customers or clients see it. They feel it and it just it is a game changer. Yeah Yeah I totally agree on what what you're describing is really a learning culture where learning is is deeply embedded in to the DNA of how things are done and it's not the negative kind of competition but more a positive encouraging sort of. I love love epidemic in contagious. I know that they can can sound a little bit negative. But in this case it's really a positive where we're helping people catch the spirit for it Fun and joy and excitement and contribution they can happen the organization and it makes such a big difference so when you approach an organization that is the opposite of what we've been talking about but they have a desire they're going okay. I we you want to implement this. And have a more positive approach on development and and leading being our people in the right way what what are some of the crucial steps. You do first off to help them. Get the momentum to to carry that through a a lot of it really boils down to leadership behaviors and so a lot of my time is spent on training and coaching leaders to think differently about their role and to to appreciate the central role that development has in that at the end of the day in leaders are the the ones who are growing more capacity growing.

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"winkle" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

14:08 min | 2 years ago

"winkle" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome back I've got. Julie Winkel Giuliani on the line. Hey Julie how are in great. Michael how are you I am great. You're the CO author of helps them grow or watch them go. Career conversations nations organizations need in employees. Want and I know in the pre show. We talked a bit about how organizations Anita take longer harder look in developing their employees if they want them to thrive in the organization and stick around. So what motivated you to write the book we know He. I was blessed over the years with some really phenomenal leaders who were natural developers offers of people and for much of my career. I didn't even recognize how great they were at it. I just kind of took it for granted figured everybody in the workplace had these leaders leaders who saw potential cared about the person beyond the workflow who looked for opportunities to boost their capacity in their confidence and when I hit God I must've been about thirty years old before I hit my. I just not even a bad boss just kind of a normal one who who really wanted to know what was going to do for her. Each day and I realized as soon as I hit that experience just how fortunate I had been but how debilitating it can be to work for someone who doesn't have your groves in your best interest at heart and so I quickly found my- myself in another role with another leader but also sort of get arrested. My career to helping leaders helping managers developed this capacity to to really focus on developing others. It's crucial And every organization that I've been a part of where I was the leader. I strongly advocated located even to the point of chasing employees down that weren't using their professional development budget allocation say. You need to do something and there was a couple times where it took. I'd say about four or five months going back and forth to brainstorm basically weekly and say okay. This is what you want to do in this is going to benefit you and the clients we serve and then there's been some situations it's were. It was a dotted line type of thing to helping the customers the clients but I knew that it would make fis- individual more well rounded in their role which then of course played big dividends on undone sticking around and actually thriving in the organization and in coming up with all kinds of different things. I've been fortunate a as well To work forganisations that believed in leadership development. Kaz Too often. We find people go into a leadership role in those congratulations. You're the new executive director of the CEO. And they don't train you actually how to do that role. So you're like okay. Well I guess they need to figure this out on my own which is a recipe for disaster many cases because when you go from a management type of environment to directing or leading those are different role. Ulsan if you're if you try to use the management set of things too much truly like bringing the wrong tools to build a house it's like what what am I gonNA. I need a hammer and I brought a saw. And it's it's one of those challenges that I see time and time again Well and you know will you're you're bringing up something that gets a lot of play on in the leadership management arena. And it's like what's the difference between the manager in a later right they're not necessarily synonymous you know. Managers are the ones who can kind of keep things. Moving forward keeps on the train on the tracks tracks whereas leaders are making sure that the train is headed in the right direction and In your right skill sets required frankly.

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"winkle" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"winkle" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Look better they also observed a noticeable improvement and help healing and it clearly increased mail at your regularity so they were more even at the end and they were more resistant the nails were actually stronger and more resistant so you know who doesn't want back Jeez and I'd like to actually turn our attention now to one of the biggest cosmetic concerns out there particularly for the ladies out there that's cellulite and you say that these collagen peptides they've been studied as a cutting edge treatment option for cellulite so if you if you would please tell us how this new approach to fighting cellulite is taking the world by storm yeah this is equally as incredible so the collagen peptides that we're talking about today in our ultimate collagen just to recap real fast we know they fight wrinkles a boost in moisture big boost nail help and they'll growth and mail hardness they make your nails more resilient and less prone to cracking and shipping but they also do something early you need weekly fascinating and this just continues to blow me away and we're talking about reducing cellulite so which is just such a vexing problem in something so difficult to reverse as any of us probably know now how can this possibly work well it's very simple it works the same exact mechanism that it works to fight Winkle so again if you're just joining us the way that our ultimate collagen works is that it simply simulates your body to make its own college it tells the little fibroblast cells in your skin to make more college and so when your body makes more collagen.

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More than 450 Oklahoma inmates released in mass commutation

Michael Brown

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

More than 450 Oklahoma inmates released in mass commutation

"In Oklahoma Terry and van Winkle is one of more than four hundred fifty inmates to walk free in what state officials consider the largest single day mass commutation in U. S. history life outside doing the wrong thing it's so easy knowing going out there to do the right thing scares me to death all nonviolent property convictions this is ABC

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More than 450 Oklahoma inmates released in massive commutation

Mac and Gaydos

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

More than 450 Oklahoma inmates released in massive commutation

"Is the largest single day commutation in U. S. history the Oklahoma pardon and parole board voted Friday to commute the sentences of five hundred twenty seven inmates throughout that state most of the inmates had charges that have been downgraded from felonies misdemeanors during their incarceration Terry and van Winkle served fifteen months of a ten year sentence before she was one of those inmates

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Today's Famous Birthdays

Charlie Parker

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Today's Famous Birthdays

"The wife of the king of the cowboys have more Roger she died February seventh two thousand ten celebrating a birthday today born in nineteen twenty seven league grant cashmere award winning actress for shampoo where she played Felicia Emmy Award winning actress for Peyton place where she played Stella great actress by the way turning eighty nine Michael Collins NASA astronaut Apollo eleven command module pilot on the first moon landing mission he remained in lunar orbit while Armstrong and Aldrin walked on the lunar surface turning eighty eight years old today Dan urban rather award winning news correspondent CBS evening news as a great show on access TV yeah it's good to great great yeah yeah it's great show as matter of fact this past week usually talk to this late last week I forget anyway we'll get to that coming up born in nineteen thirty six you know better is Michael Landon actor from bonanza highway to heaven good teenage I was a teenage were with one of my favorite horror movies of all time little house on the prairie he died July first nineteen ninety one twenty seventy five right here in Texas kinky Friedman singer bandleader taxes you boys gives a great great individual turning seventy two Marlena from days of our lives Deidre hall is seventy two years old John candy would have had a birthday today he died March fourth nineteen ninety four turning sixty nine years old and I spent every Sunday morning with her Jane Polly TV host of the CBS Sunday morning news also married to Gary Trudeau the guy who brought his Doonesbury turning fifty three at a more of a singer guitarist Beastie Boys center play or play right Israel or leads and believe it or not he's fifty two years old today look what a DJ Robert van Winkle we know better is vanilla ice is fifty two years

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"winkle" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

13:57 min | 2 years ago

"winkle" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome back I've got. Julie Winkel Giuliani on the line. Hey Julie how are in great. Michael how are you I am great. You're the CO author of helped them grow or watch them go. Career conversations nations organizations need in employees. Want and I know in the pre show. We talked a bit about how organizations Anita take longer harder look in developing their employees if they want them to thrive in the organization and stick around. So what motivated you to write the book we know He. I was blessed over the years with some really phenomenal leaders who were natural developers offers of people and for much of my career. I didn't even recognize how great they were at it. I just kind of took it for granted figured everybody in the workplace had these leaders leaders who saw potential who cared about the person beyond the workflow who looked for opportunities to boost their capacity in their confidence and when I hit God I must've been about thirty years old before I hit my I just not even a bad boss just kind of a normal one who who really wanted to know what was going to do for her each day and I realized as soon as I hit that experience just how fortunate I had been but how debilitating it can be to work for someone who doesn't have your groves in your best interest at heart and so I quickly found my- myself in another role with another leader but also sort of get arrested. My career to helping leaders helping managers developed this capacity to to really focus on developing others. It's crucial And every organization that I've been a part of where I was the leader. I strongly advocated indicated even to the point of chasing employees down that weren't using their professional development budget allocation say. We'll need to do something and there was a couple of times where it took. I'd say about four or five months going back and forth to brainstorm basically weekly and say okay. This is what you want to do in this is going to benefit you and the clients we serve and then there's been some situations that's were. It was a dotted line type of thing to helping the customers the clients but I knew that it would make fis- individual more well rounded in their role which then of course played big dividends on undone sticking around and actually thriving in the organization and in coming up with all kinds of different things. I've been fortunate a as well To work forganisations that believed in leadership development. Kaz Too often. We find people go into a leadership role in those congratulations. You're the new executive director of the CEO. And they don't train you actually how to do that role. So you're like okay. Well I guess they need to figure this out on my own which is a recipe for disaster many cases because when you go from a management type of environment to directing or leading those are different role. Ulsan if you're if you try to use the management set of things too much truly like bringing the wrong tools to build a house it's like what what am I gonNA. I need a hammer and I brought a saw. And it's it's one of those challenges that I see time and time again Well and you know will you're you're bringing up something that gets a lot of play on in the leadership management arena. And it's like what's the difference between the manager in a later right they're not necessarily synonymous you know. Managers are the ones who can kind of keep things. Moving forward keeps on the train on the tracks tracks whereas leaders are making sure that the train is headed in the right direction and In your right skill sets required frankly for both both of those are unique and different from what might be might've been developed and honed as an individual contributor. I think it's a frequently. We figure somebody was. It's a really great engineer than sure they'll be a great manager of Engineers Anta not always so much we sit in the sports world all all the time where you know. The some of the greatest professional athletes that have ever played will dabble in coaching. And and they're horrible at it and then vice versa. You'll see you know some players that were were decent players you know. They're not by what society would you deem you'll hall of fame worthy. But then they start winning all types of championships and win coach of the year awards or manager the awards and you go what. What's the difference on that and a lot of times? I see. It's being you know a student of the game or in leadership being a student of leadership and constantly learning new techniques different perspectives. On how to lead in this one of the things it's been really beneficial for me in my life and my career is I studied from A Michael Hyder John Maxwell or all the others I see I look and see what they do and I take things that would naturally work for me and implement them and then things that aren't natural. Okay maybe this is something. I need to develop a skill or an observation or a trait that I need to develop. Let's let's see. And of course seeking seeking feedback of your peers on what their thoughts are when it comes to trying to implement a different type of leadership style and in one of the things that I'm saying I know you are too is worth this particular time where we've got four generations generations now working in the workforce whether it's the baby boomers generation x the millennials now generation Z. So all four different entities all working together as a leader. You could have all of those people people you're reporting to and go okay. I can't cookie cutter. Listen in lead all of them the same way of So I'm sure you see that to the people you talk with an that'd be an interesting to hear your your your take on the. Yeah if that Dan I did some some research on this looking across generational spectrum at the kind of the core beliefs and priorities of of of employees and of course my hypothesis was that there would be some pretty stark differences among the generations. What I found found out was that what we have in common is far greater than our points of departure across the generations whether you're a Baloney L.? An extra boomer. You still are looking for meaningful work. You're looking for a boss whom you respect and `and whom you can trust and you're looking for opportunities to grow and learn throughout your career. You know it's interesting. I was just reflecting upon. We were talking about the different kinds of coaches in. What is the difference between those who really excel and those who may be fall a little bit short my my experiences when it really comes down to their focus where are they focusing? Are they focusing on themselves. And if you were a star player it's hard not to think about the game from how you're GonNa do it or are they focusing on others and so oh the best leaders that I've experienced are the ones who are looking at the world through the Lens of those who who are thinking about their people. Oh and what's going to be required to help them. Contribute to build confidence in feel that sense of purpose in an meaning and back to me is really the game changer. It also sort of speaks to the generational thing. Because you're so right given the diversity that we've got hat in the workplace. There's not a one-size-fits-all solution to anything. They think sometimes folks they'd well if I can crack the code on the generation. Then I'll have the approach for all millennials. All boomers are all whoever and you know. The truth is with with any of those generations within any group. You've got wild variation and so again. I think the best leaders are the ones who really really take a just for you just for me. Approach look at each individual as unique and special and worked understand understand and bring forth the gifts that each of us has to bring and then response in a way that's unique inorganic for that individual. I love that analogy and in my most recent experience where I was leading a multi site healthcare clinic. I had pretty diverse team of individuals and they were all different as far as backgrounds ages his were close but there were some variances But you know what what they wanted out of life and their career varied even even though I could have a handful in the same type of role and I made it a point to understand. That's the big thing if if anybody takes anything away from any type of lesson or anything that we talk about today or any anything you ever. Rita's seek to understand in seek to understand their point of view what what's important to them. I don't want to say motivate because sometimes motivation comes and goes you know and But you know it ultimately comes down to what what's important to that person for their career for their life What do they want to accomplish? What goals do they have? An in in. Understand those and look doc for ways that the organization can honor those desires in a way to develop this individual to be more well well rounded. Because if they're they're they're really good at a new trait or a new skill or something like Earlier that may not be directly related to the service you provide but indirectly could make a huge difference in how they approach things when you do that as an organization. Listen you're going to have less turnover you're gonNA have happier more productive employees without hounding them to hit numbers and an or an yes. Measurements and numbers and performance are a factor that you should measure but you should also make sure that you encourage them. uh-huh and create the environment where it's easy for them to hit those numbers and then it exceed exceed them and and and and and not have it be a numbers game but more of a what can we do To see you for spending your eight hours a day five days a week Kind of lifestyle which many many roles are still in. Yeah yeah well and we're hitting the numbers is really the natural outcome of how we've we've set things up to work right. Think about your Your comment about the commitment to understanding in my mind that really translates into a commitment to the relationships that we have with each other and when leaders I recognize that it's not just about the numbers and following up on the deadlines that the way they can make the biggest difference both for the the individuals and the organization is through relationship then suddenly we've begun to hard wire into the DNA a of the group in the organization an environment that will naturally help people reach those goals and hit those numbers. So you're not beating them over. The head had to make it happen and with additional development they could learn techniques and other skills that would make it to the point where you would have to increase their numbers because they were blowing past the number anyway and he said well. Let's let's let's work in and have have a open conversation with them and we from a patient deliverable Stampa's were expecting you to see five patients a day if you're in a mental health typo staying in an eight hour day. That's giving at least an hour for for recession time for ad..

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Facebook's crypto dream

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:36 min | 2 years ago

Facebook's crypto dream

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by ultimate software dedicated to putting people first with innovative solutions for HR payroll and talent management. Learn more at ultimate software dot com. Ultimate software people. First. Baseba goes crypto, because why actually from American public media, this is marketplace tech? I'm Tracey Samuelson in for Molly would. Facebook is planning to launch a cryptocurrency in twenty twenty it's called libra and Facebook already has a bunch of high profile partners, lined up. Uber Spotify and notably. Big players in the payment space, like visa, MasterCard and PayPal. The partners will jointly manage the currency through a nonprofit association and Facebook says they'll be a firewall of sorts between users finances, and the social network. It won't use financial data to improve ad targeting on Facebook. So why create a digital wallet and why do it with a crypto currency? We say L S covers payments and crypto currency at the research firm Moffitt. Nathan said she says Facebook wants to be a commerce pot form. They have a major goal to start facilitating commerce over their platforms as a whole do revenue stream for them beyond the social media revenue, streams and payments are essential to facilitate in commerce. So like eighty five percent of. Facebook users when you look across all their properties, including WhatsApp, and Instagram and Facebook are actually in developing markets. So as a means for empowering their WhatsApp users that are sitting in all these countries where those what's up users have a phone and have a Wes up account, but may not have a Bank account, or even if they do they may limit their use of the local currency because of its volatility. They're trying to empower that group of individuals talk to me about the trust factor. Right. Because that's been a huge issue around Facebook. And now we're introducing a wallet into that scenario. Yeah. It's perhaps one of the most challenging things. Let me put it that way that this initiative will have to work through is the process of distancing itself from Facebook. So they're quarterbacking the creation of libra, but it's, you know, once it's up and running in twenty twenty they will be one of one hundred or so roughly. Members of the association with in theory. No more control over the system than any of the other core. Constituents even their wallet. Which is, you know, being called ca- libra. They're setting up as a separate subsidiary from Facebook specifically, so that it can meet all of the regulatory compliance and kind of maintain the data separation, let it go wrong. What should we be worried about well payments are extremely messy and a highly regulated and very different in every jurisdiction? And so most countries haven't even decided how they wanna treat crypto currencies. Are they a commodity like gold? Are they a currency like dollars? Are they a security like stock in a company like it's actually treated in all three of those ways in different places? So given that not only will libra have to navigate two hundred plus countries different treatments, most of. The countries don't even have the treatment established. Lisa LS covers payments and crypto currencies at the research, firm Moffat Nathanson that big open question of regulation, Ella says, how receptive countries are to Facebook's currency will likely have a big impact on where out the currency and win. It could take a phased approach. And now for some related links. If you really want to nerd out on this, you can check out Facebook's, white paper for more on the mechanics of how libra will work how it will be backed by a reserve of real assets. And the association that will govern it and for something maybe lighter, remember, the winkle Vaas twins Tyler and Cameron sued. Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, claiming he stole their idea and settled for sixty five million dollars. The twins have been big crypto investors and said on CBS Sunday morning last weekend that they need to be frenemies with Facebook in may the financial times reported that suck and the winkle vi- have actually talked about the new currency. I'm Tracey Samuelson. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Marketplace turns thirty this year and to celebrate we're going back to the eighties. Checkout are totally radical new. Thank you gifts that you can choose from when you become a marketplace investor, your donation, large or small will help us keep bringing you news and information you trust for years to come. Donate today at marketplace dot org. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by click share an award-winning wireless presentation system with click share in your meeting. 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"winkle" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"winkle" Discussed on KTRH

"This extraordinary, I can't endorse a mom-and-pop garner less. They get customer service and that tell you what they get. And we go to gate all the time, we live five miles from Margate. We love him to question for you. I actually have two questions. The first one is what your screeners said about winkles and man before Harvey. We had Perry winkles. We at the end of our pool. We have this beautiful sago palm, that we grew and it grows up and has it's beautiful. And we plant Terry winkles around that. And until last year, they were fabulous. And then now they die. We hear that it's either a fungus among us or some kind of bacteria. Is there any way to treat that Seoul and get rid of that? Yes, you do need to know whether it's bacteria, or fungus, though, as a fungus, you can use cap tan, if it's a bacteria you can use constant. Okay. I gotta write this down. But go ahead. So so how do we find it out? That has to be identified you have to look at the damage being caused onto the plant to count. It did sermon. That's why you know, places like the Arbor gate that had professor Seth for a long time, people like the plans for all seasons that people there like Victor, and even Sherry, they've seen these things over and over, they know how to identify. Okay. Okay. We are locals from over gate and they just were so pretty up. And they say that it's aggravated by too much moisture and as you probably heard on KTAR h we. What is your to send me that to my Email? So I'm going to play with that later on Facebook. What should I when I think like that? Also get this loyal, the old soil out of their one of the smartest things to do when you have something as simple as a periwinkle vinca that's failing. You gotta get it out of the soil out of there. Because sometimes all the fun decide in the world may not fix all the bacteria side in the world may not fix it. Okay. All right. Don't mind digging out about six inches of that Seoul and bringing in really good, healthy soils that they have at the Arbor gate or plants for all seasons. That's rebuild these beds, and that periwinkles can't help but succeed this year, no problem there. And one quick last question..

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"winkle" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"winkle" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Have a domino effect. What it means? The big. Served got home beautiful. For the first time. With no clothes. No money. No place. Thing. One. I had a chance to really. Pursue. Most of us. Snitch? Well. Mr. winkle has free. Without wick to this. Harassment by the police. Last week calling him. Simplisafe's now. Thousands of. Kill the grunt. The window has tried to warn us about our waste, but we don't care. We've got walk to win. Flex along. All. Schnitt right now. Schmidt hit the fan that in south Florida. Yeah. This string of arrests which ensnared.

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Riot Games hires chief diversity officer in wake of sexism scandal - VentureBeat

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Riot Games hires chief diversity officer in wake of sexism scandal - VentureBeat

"Riot has a new chief diversity officer. This is from James bachelor of a games industry is games hired. Its first ever chief diversity officer to aid the company's ongoing efforts to address cultural issues behind the scenes. Angela rose borough is the first person to take on this role in joins from dropbox where she was global head of diversity equity inclusion. She brings more than twenty years experience much of which has been in leadership roles in consulting in finance, and it's announced post riot games described this as a quote major milestone for our company and our work to make right. The most inclusive company gaming end quote last year expose res- revealed. A toxic environment in bro culture at right games with employs discussing numerous incidents of sexism and sexual harassment studio. I'd also faces a class action lawsuit for discrimination and harassment. The studio has been trying to reform its company cultural sits culture since the report was first published it outlined a plan to combat the sexism. Gender discrimination and other forms of toxicity in last month. Updated its company values as a guide for who. We want to be riot has hired former Uber executive Francis. Fray to assist in these rehabilitation efforts with Roseborough the latest joined the team for this purpose. Reporting to chief people officer, Emily winkle Roseborough will oversee all activity related to diversity and inclusion lead the recruiting team improve and their process and create new programs to foster a more inclusive culture at riot. Hey, positive movement. It is first of all it can be a very tough job because you have to like get people have their head down. Or who knows like they're just working? But also they're doing stuff that maybe they're not even thinking about or maybe there's inappropriate sure gotta get in there. And like, how do you get people out of their seats thinking actively about this stuff? I mean, there's a lot of ways I've witnessed it.

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Paxos Unveils Dollar-Backed Stablecoin Approved by New York Regulator

Daily Tech Headlines

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Paxos Unveils Dollar-Backed Stablecoin Approved by New York Regulator

"Vision in AI, keep track of what they have when they walk out and automatically charges them. If the pilot store goes well, what a sale plans to expand to Bengal ru and Delhi, as well as sell franchises. The us state of New York approved Gemini, trust and pack. So trust, stable coins. Those are digital currencies linked to the US dollar the Gemini dollar developed by Cameron and Tyler winkle

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Bitcoin thrown lifeline by SEC Commissioner despite ETF rejection

Bloomberg Markets

08:07 min | 3 years ago

Bitcoin thrown lifeline by SEC Commissioner despite ETF rejection

"Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg markets continues with Lisa Abramowicz and. Pimm Foxx thank you so much Greg Jarrett yesterday the securities, and, Exchange, Commission rejected a request to list a bitcoin ETF run by the winkle Vaas brothers they were sitting. Concerns about the reliability of trading volume data for. The cryptocurrency Hester purse was the only SEC Commissioner to dissent from that ruler ruling saying that she would have allowed the. Bitcoin ETF to listen she joins us now Commissioner thank you so much. For joining us I want to start with why did you disagree. With your colleagues on this issue sure. Thanks for having me on I I disagreed because, it was really a technical disagreement I think that the the. Way this was presented to us is in. Exchange presented to us this. This a rule change which would allow them to. Trade this particular product, and. The standards. By which we review that should be whether or not the exchange can manage trading in that product and. Instead I think we look to the underlying bitcoin market and we we looked at things in that market that we we didn't like and we said we're not gonna let let product trade which to me doesn't. Seem like the right approach. At all Commissioner person I was reading. Your descent and I found it really interesting the implication seemed to be that a? Bitcoin. ETF may help actually bring more, transparency to the market was I reading that correctly Right I think that in, this case it wasn't an ETF specifically but an exchange traded product which. Would would allow institutions to, play a bigger role in the. Bitcoin market which I think would would be good for the market and I think would be good. For retail investors as well Just can you offer your definition of what is crypto currency and what is behind the. Potential value in a, crypto currency well I, think there are many different crypto currencies so I think it's hard. To to provide one definition for, all crypto currencies bitcoin has been traded for quite some time and and offers the ability for people. To exchange value in a very efficient way and so you know I. Think that, they're they're a lot of people think that there's real potential and bitcoin as I said in my descent I'm not trying to make a judgement one way or the other on. Bitcoin or any crypto currency I'm just trying to give investors, and opportunity to participate in, this market so Commissioner I was interested by a study that came out by, coin metrics this week that showed that up to two. Thirds of the transaction activity registered on the bitcoin network has No economic value with volumes being more influenced by reshuffling balances between accounts and outright scams so how. Did the winkle Voss, brothers propose to offset, that with their that would give sort of more confidence to institutional. Investors well the way this product, was set up as it was pegged to the price on on one exchange to the auction the. Closing auction at the end of the day and so that was that. Was how, they chose to do it there are other there are other approaches that one could take and others have come in with different potential potential suggestions of how to do that But again I mean as you get more institutions involved the markets are, going to become more regular regularized and you know as to whether or not there's economic value in particular trading. I think we need to be careful in making those kinds of judgments in our, equity markets to their people who are involved in the markets for all different reasons we have people who are who are planning, to buy and hold for long term we have people who are holding for much shorter. For much shorter time frames and we have people who are providing liquidity and who are trading in and out quite rapidly in? All, of those different people have different function in the market but but I don't think we need to make judgments about, whether they're their activity has value or not Commissioner. Do you think that there's a regulatory bias against bitcoin right now. In crypto currencies. Because there are people questioning whether they have inherent value and whether they are a bubble that have sort of nothing behind them Well I think there are. People who are, questioning the value of the coin and I think that as, regulators are role is not to judge investments what the what the value of an investment is it's to give people an opportunity to make those judgments themselves and you. Know there are a lot of very very smart people who are very engaged in. The crypto space and have have real ideas about how it could transform our, lives and I think we need to give those people an opportunity to work work with with what they have in to to see what they can make of, it and and I'd rather that we as regulators make sure that disclosure is good which is which is certainly. A key part of our responsibility but then allow investors make their own choices Commissioner, do you expect that your fellow commissioners will change their mind and could approve a bitcoin or other crypto currency ETF in the Near future Well I do think. It's possible, I mean things in the space are changing fast and and some of the concerns that have been laid out by the commission are ones that you know every day people are working on developing solutions and addressing. Those concerns so I think if we work with people in, this space we may be able to get more comfortable about things that that has that have raised concerns for, my colleague so I can't speak. For them, you know I can say from, my perspective I think we could have gone forward with this with this particular ATP and I think that doing so would have been would have been the right thing to do. For investors what do you think should happen to order to mitigate the agency's concerns over fraudulent and manipulative acts or practices that could be perpetrated using crypto currencies Well, I think that in many underlying, in many many assets underlying products that trade on our exchanges their concerns about manipulation and so yeah but what could specifically be done in order to mitigate this having to do. With crypto currencies because this is an unregulated offshore market well there there are onshore markets and offshore markets so you're you're right it's a global marketplace And and there are players involved in this space who are very interested in making sure that there's no manipulation. And so, there is quite a bit of self-regulation going on right now to address manipulation or or charges, the manipulation I, think that's valuable and I think if we were to bring in the possibility of. More institutionalization in the market I think there would be even more watching for manipulation that would be going on by people who definitely have skin in the, game so yes there, there is manipulation in in in there is, the potential for manipulation and lots of markets and, and we we can. See that, that, people involved in those markets take steps to address that and and so obviously the exchange that? Would be offering this product has a. Real, interest in making sure that it's offering a, product that, isn't being. Manipulated and if it's These problems, in the underlying, it can step in and stop trading we've got to leave it there but I. Wanna thank you very much for your time and your comments Hester per securities and exchange Commissioner speaking about the rejection of the Vinko boss twins crypto ETF. This is Bloomberg Let's.

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