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"wylie" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

03:29 min | Last month

"wylie" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"You have to really be able to you know. It's kind of funny because kid around before about red teamers. Because i've said that we're threat actor actors so you're acting like a threat actor so so yeah the creativity can be taught. It's just you know building that base knowledge up and maybe not cut out for it. Because you know just thinking like a hacker be able to you know find this vulnerability the know in part of that's gonna take experience in practice that you realize that this is vulnerable. And you're able to get past this layer. What can you do next. Maybe it's a default credentials on a java server job application server. You can upload a file you know based on what the permissions are the service running that web server. What can you do next. And just the next steps build a chain of things together but yeah they get. it can't be taught. I don't think it's for everyone. But why sees most people can to learn it to some degree and then there's the probably obstinate spectrum have people have a hard time getting that may not be the area for them. But i think doing things like hack the box and stuff as they learn how to hack and stuff i think they'll they'll be able to see enough free and cheap resources out there that people can learn without spending a lot of money you know to try to learn something because you and that's an emission to back to the b sides conferences if anyone's wanna get into security you know i advise you to check out other things are interesting and do what you're what you wanna do because that's gonna make your job more fine but check out some other jobs. You know different toxicities besides conferences because those are usually free to really really low cost that way you can kind of research the are you want to go into. You spent a lot of money because the last thing you wanna do is invest a lot of money on something that you don't want to do well. Look it's been awesome chat to you. It's being being patient with me. China got this race even today. Delay a i do. Thank you for your patience and thank you so much she contribution to the community because with the training and the books and the podcast you know it really contributes so. I'm not sure if we say thanks enough to people do things like that but we. It's very much appreciate it. And it's definitely the face of ever sony axel today on the show. It's probably the last as well. And so i was gonna say. Where can we find out more about you. Is you want us to follow on twitter. Or you've got lots of different places we're gonna find links. Is there anything particular you want us to draw the at listens attention to twitter. Lincoln or the best places and i'm always happy to answer. Dmz someone has questions that are trying to get started in the industry. I'm always happy to ask to answer questions. So and we see. We see opinion the out on twitter all the time so so look fail. It's been amazing. We will links to that on the youtube channel on. If you're listening to this on.

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"wylie" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

05:38 min | Last month

"wylie" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"Of course i didn't have to fall through. Nothing would have happened. But you know. If i san juan do something i want to finish. What i started is really good to work. Work with kim. Because i was sitting here thinking about maybe i need to find another author. Telluride the book and start trying to think of people. I don't know. Why did they get. Kim i because when i was wanting to get into doing some blogging and stuff. I asked her advice on platforms. And we've known each other for twitter and communicated back and forth. The night invited this one person to possibly collaborate on the book and then all of a sudden. I start thinking they could kim because kim's worked in the security industry she's worked in it. She's a technical writer. A really good writer well-known respected in the community. What would be a better author. A co author. I mean. I've interviewed ken to the human factor while ago and the one thing came as if nothing now says means she's prolific. She really chance on. Good ryan's in and i found that with a lot of i actually sort of professional jailers authors. Like you knew that it's the rate that they got them out. Man i'm in the middle right in my book. Now in various breaks and things in between me submitting one offer my guys hello cartons to give me feedback and then why have a break. Because i got to the things that i went back to it. He wrote a book. Inventory me submit in my first bit and then the next twenty five thousand for each written an entire book. And i just saw my god and i think you know. It's so interesting to me that you've said this about asking for help. Because i don't ask for help an ex because people have let me down in the past and of you know and i have a standard that i think that people need to be able to with to. And if they call you know buddy. I have very high standards in the job particularly in physical punch asians as a fatty high stabbed. And so i always you know doesn't meet that. I'm very cautious about asking someone else coal. She writes and i found it myself. Of course you're right that we know who would not way and sometimes it just brings which motorola. I think that's really good advice. Is that the advice. Is there any other advice. You give people who've been in the industry for wild you think based on your experience because about new spo- not listed if beating. Everyone has been there for a while. I highly recommend you know. Speaking at conferences doing workshops and that sort of thing teachings not your thank speaking at workshop at the conference because those things helped me a lot. you know. help me even before you know. My book was out I'd made a name for myself in industry. So if i need to find another job i can find the job that means that you can make more money. Because now all of a sudden you're not necessarily having to pursue jobs people pursue and in that was really really good really good for my career..

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"wylie" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

05:41 min | Last month

"wylie" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"Really liked to do. So the next week at join toastmasters to to learn how to do public speaking. And then by june twenty fifteen a friend of mine and former co worker ran a security conference invited me to speak at the conference so i spoke there and then again in two thousand eighteen and then started two thousand nine hundred ninety two thousand twenty start. Doing a of speaking close at the beginning of somebody talks a you know. I think it's it's it's a thing to say. But i don't think he actually follows it all the time. 'cause you a great power comes great responsibility yes correct. I think it's a good a good quote for people getting started the industry because it's a way to tell them you know when you learn these hacking skills. Be careful to get yourself in trouble because you don't want to you know ruin your career before you really get started. It's hard to say the people. Because i was talking to some teenagers and i was saying to them. You know. i am not technical hacker. I have people right so say the explain what social engineering was and i said. I knew something so assessment you. I'm gonna tell you something. This is very cool. And i was telling you about packet sniffing rice but why shock even as i was saying to the on thinking. Oh my god. I could see that little faces gone why you know giovanni evoked that when you people i asked. I've asked if you social engineering as they gone it because it really is to cook the same people just shoes anyway. they like. I guess she said. I haven't really so much because you know if someone wants to do bad they're gonna find out with or without you and if they want to do evil things than than they can on the dark web or find some other nefarious areas to to learn how to use it for bad so i think that but then i think but that takes a lot of time and energy and dig in and i'm making it really simple easy once i. She's very for a paper or is appropriate of is just was just as you think so am. Did you have any mental in ukrainian. Anyone you mentioned that you a great manager that you an wait with a gain soon. So staff mentos Anyone sort of you follow carefully and a of people that are just. I really want to follow that. Maybe not so much mentors. But people that i'm a big fan of just because one of the interesting things is for like years even before i got into to pen testing and stuff i was going to college and was you know taking a music class. Music appreciation are maybe as music history. And we were studying about mozart and just seeing the genius to some people and just seeing the genius of freddie mercury. That learned is such as so. That's really always intrigued me. Because you know. I'm not a gifted person. I just one these kind of people that put in a lot of work to learn what i did. So people like. Listen night and chris quebec ed. They just really amaze me that the level hackers that they are so people like that As far as people it is. I think is a good role model..

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"wylie" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

03:52 min | Last month

"wylie" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"See what what. What sort of g to the pen test inside of it in and what kind of what you say because our nave said that people can do other things bullpens advantage up so the master and isn't it so i guess it's probably the same thing that everyone else just seems really interesting and everyone wants to learn how to hack. I was. I worked as a sys admin for six years and moved in to the security side of things during that time i had the hacking exposed books had scoot. Os's book hacking counter. Hack because it came with a cd with a an ice oh on there you can hack and all that sort of stuff and there was different online hacking challenges and stuff. I've played around with in on my security team. We had a new cease. Oh come in. And he divided the team up in different sections. Everyone originally was doing network. Security firewalls intrusion detection vulnerability scans and different things like that. Everyone's doing the same thing and he divided the group up into different sections. And i fortunately got put on the apsect team and so i learned more about pen testing ban. This hacking thing is actually a career. Career path and from running web application vulnerability scans and learning about different tools and different things in the industry. I got interested in pen testing. So that's kind of how i got in and how's it g member now. Of course you speak it. Lots of events and online at the online an moving back towards the hydrogen. The deal once. Gd memphis and times that you've met people from the you know the hacking community like what we would now see as the community has to grow to remember the first time he kinda got involved. That did you. Did you have an idea what it might be like before you start to go into community stove. And how did. I always say that. Because i think people watch like hackers sneakers. yeah..

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"wylie" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

05:23 min | Last month

"wylie" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"I had no clue that ever was going to be a thing and really didn't get interested. I'm really kind of surprised that i wasn't interested. Because science was my favorite subject is. School is one of those classes that i didn't have to study for. I took notes in class. And i did on exams but when i graduated high school i didn't know what i wanted to do in i'd been lifting weights for years and was a powerlifter. A big muscular guy in my friend said why don't you become a pro wrestler because the dallas area was the home of the von erich family which is really well known wrestling family in. They said you should be prowrestler stuff that yeah that really does sound kind of cool so i went to wrestling. School became a prowrestler. Did that for a few years in school. Yeah this their schoolbags accepted that we have in the uk. If i'm wrong. But i didn't even need guys suppose. Obviously you have to lay into do it properly. Yeah they do have an uk actually because there was a movie that came out a couple of years ago. Yeah fighting with my family. And they'll the lady that was from the uk. I do. actually. I didn't say i remember i. I watch i watch show. Yeah she's a. She's a wwe wrestler so so so so the teachers but but didn't you does a pitch view but you gotta say does a pitch if you've desolate obey factor back. During that time. I was at wrestling enough to make make a living so i was also working full time as a bouncer at a nightclub and as one of the special events they brought in those wrestling bear so it was open to anyone to russell but to market this event get more people in since i was a hometown boy worked at the nightclub and was a pro wrestler. They did put out these posters with my wrestling. Promo picture on there trying to get a crowd and and so it was open. Anyone wrestle are wrestled. The baron relative twice. Actually the picture you see Was the second time wrestling that night. In how i know that is i. Want a t. shirt said. I wrestled sampson the bear in lost since i did better than the rest of the people that wrestled the bear. This is just my i. I'm not gonna fix. This is obviously we want to know more about it as a as a kid but i mean this the first of all you still have to see shirt and sadly don't we have to get what made no. I don't have that teacher. It'd be more of what happened to john. It's going to happen you know that's.

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"wylie" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

05:40 min | Last month

"wylie" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"Jackpot class i to to the show. Someone who i feel like i know really well but never actually interviews being interviewed by impasse on 'em who is known to most of the community. We have a podcast racer an educator. A pen tester a huge man but of the information security community. Welcome to the show. Philip wylie affects jimmy. It's a huge honor to be on your show. It's a pleasure as i. You know. I say all those things. How would you describe yourself these days. Yeah guess yes. It was a good description but the i guess things most passionate about is teaching and mentoring But i kind of thought. Let's talk about a few things you've probably been asked before maybe the uk guys don't know as much about it so let's talk a little bit about what you do now. What about you know what you actually do. Day to day and then we'll talk a bit about. Oh you got there. Things have kinda changed. A little bit because september of last year. I got more into my day. Job became more fulltime education. And i just recently left a job to go back to pen testing. So i'm going back to full-time pen. Testing is a senior cloud pen tester. So that's pretty exciting..

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

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:55 min | 2 months ago

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

"Mondo there's a lincoln the description make it nice and easy for you. And i certainly do appreciate you patronizing us now. Is the big program for you I i love the name wiley. Mcgraw was sounds like a cartoon character. And i don't mean any offense by that but it it it's very Unique name while ago is a former star athlete competitive bull rider as i mentioned earlier. A three to a combat veteran he's worked with fortune five hundred ceo's and other c. suite executives hedge fund team bestselling author public figures athletes and other prominent thought leaders across many industries. Ladies and gentlemen please open your ears open your mind welcome in wylie. Mcgraw mine doug. Tv podcast while we welcome. Thank you brother. I appreciate him happier. Peak performance is a. I've always thought of it to be To be very individual thing And and the way you address it should be individualized just like everything else. I think in in the world today we kind of look for a one size fits all Type of solution to anything that we for solution for ends. Well what is your approach to That big performance isn't an individual thing or bay like a method thing for everybody to Follow what you said it. Best to start at the idea. Is that our society has been drastically. Ah program to look at performance as that one size fits all like you said. The approach to performance is The ability to stay on on track to complete tasks to to create those quantifiable measurements of growth. I've seen it many times in the financial sector especially working with edge on teams fortune five hundred executives in that financial world where they focused on performance as being a more of a mathematical thing. And when i look at performance. When i look at peak performance it's a matter of who you are in relationship to yourself at any given time performance itself is unique in dynamic as you are where human beings we are not These step-by-step things that operate in a in a compartmentalized way. So i look at approaching it from the individual a perspective and really getting people to understand their performance defines the limits of their success. Not the other way around. I appreciate that answer now. The the challenge For you is that you're one person you're a limited resource by by nature of being one person so using that individual approach Is there your ability to work with more people limited. Because it's just one person or do you train a team of people to do what you do to kind of You know expand upon your your ability to reach more people no i. I'm glad that you actually aspect. Because the point is first and my business was built around. Who i am my skills my gifts. It wasn't something that i studied our lord about to be able to cool qualify. Myself to do what i do but one of the things that i heard in passing over the years it of my travels and working with different people of high-calibre was that The world has enough expertise. But what's lacking is wisdom and looking at that aspect of what you just asked me is. I am one person but my wisdom in my life experiences in the skills that i developed through those intense life experiences. Or what i bring to the table to create the right environment for leaders to really radically evolve themselves so they can reach their peak and stay there now. I have curated over the decade plus of my professional life. A vast network of experts who specialize in a one specific skill set from way naturopathic medicine to psychology and these experts..

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"wylie" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

05:21 min | 4 months ago

"wylie" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"I think there's all said that slight and creeping feeding the by behead not doing very well compared to everybody else forums and facebook groups and things because so many people just you know based most the image that we want people to mine yeah is he weighs reflection. It's interesting because people do post You know what's actually going on inside the business because it's so none of us and You know it it got somebody who's stood what and it just it. It just is is something that they can be truthful about. What's actually going on in the business. How much they really charge people. How much that she. I know rule. What kind of is they work. Because all of those things interrelate together. And it's it's it's interesting enough We do throw in some random questions. Like the one about where you're going to be in five years time You know it's always interesting to have those questions in there and see what people come up with so i hope everybody When he was only says i get law of it and Yeah it's it's a pleasure to put them together. I should mention the other thing that we have in the set by. He's actually kind of big. Thank you to people who have made a difference in the ministry and on site please. They cute we had an absolute record number of no my knees You know we almost who give spot the industry and we keep it very appealing meals for the reasons why we had an insane. Number of people being Thanked so that works that they do giving to as giving the industry and it's It's really ugly Any thought that we just would just going through these bits and pieces and it's just It's really good and it shows how many people are giving about tonight. Whereas i think the full you know there was only two or three maybe trying to bring people together and and i think there's a lulled and that's fantastic..

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"wylie" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

04:26 min | 4 months ago

"wylie" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"Hours percentage of your time is spent on noble tusks We asked As well about you know how much you earn in regards to. How many as you work so if you work less hours per week you expect unless money because obviously work many hours but you also unnecess- an hourly rate because actually the clients value having been so it just kind of like a a bit of a trade off if you only want to work a small number of is weak the clients all going to pay you less because they need cover and and whereas if you work or let's say you're fulltime business You know the client's willing to pay more per hour for those that kind of thing So it's not just the amount of work we do is also the availability have being valuable to the clients. Which is kind of interesting. I think what. I of sensitive non billable hour just on the spur for an absolutely on ridge of va. Who so we're taking up the book stunted average the average va spent that sixty six percent of that time known billable activities. So that's like billy malting rain business out been and it will affect the lifetime. They've got dateable client work and not meets factions. If i say. I'm not be working with lots of different v. As in sub contracting oviously that known billable time goes up because not only managing that are in business but there will be managing the team of the as that work with them the workflows and through the system so they have a much higher known billable center So yeah it's it's an interesting one It's it's you know we we do have lots and lots of details on the pba businesses and Always surprises people. We've we've also questioned all few years A by you know how much. Gpa your subcontractors always great of a shock because although people quite often spiced about much they pay them. All the subcontractors and.

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"wylie" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"wylie" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"In which case they know dot connected to the industry. Oh you know they haven't been able to get through all vetting process Which is very sorry and You know our aim is to try and get as many people as possible as many trains. Postal through that process so that we can have a range of different trainers. Because you is squad personal thing you gel with some people and you'll be dislike other You know different people different ways of doing it and you know ideas to try and get people so that they can. They can the one that suits them but no win. They picks them that. It's the right one so we have an approve list of trainers and you can help we to come away sites not well yeah i think that's i think that's very good. I mean certainly. As an i teach right now I when i had my face to face training company so few years ago now. I had that company credit by bologna and florence chip and it costs mutiple james the on ice and it was very rigorous process. But i want my clients to know that. I've gone through that price s. So that they trust the. I had the right process in place. It's whatever i needed to happen. I think i think it's i've always been keen to show that i'm not just a person who uses muscle teach you do it. I actually when people tonight. I'm a proper training. And i think that's really important and everybody standards as well. I mean it's weird shelley because so many people just don't do the background. They should do when hunting money at which piece which i find bizarre. But maybe that's because i'm mean but you know your a quick we'll show supply. Yeah absolutely absolutely quick. We'll show you everything you need to know about anything that absolutely true. So what else. What other surprises. One of that in the serb. Whether anything's well as i said i was surprised at the avenue right in the of was still going up which i was really pleased because that shows that the industry is quite robust. These days The response i we have Eleven percent of businesses previously had no loan funding too boring for the very first time is the result of i. Don't i've heard from those that. They used it to expand their business. I used spotlight and things like that to not pay bills on ongoing basis but to maybe strengthen that business so they might have redone their websites or looked at branding. All social media Offering so. I mean that's that's quite positive thing but whether or not they can repay those lines over time we will wait and see The the big things that we saw that changed were the as Had to drop in what type initially and a massive increase in video corp which. I don't think there's any places only need fifty one percent of the va's were eligible for any of the government is pook schemes. Like business gone self employment and income sportscene Funding from cancel. So the as well. What if those kind of ignore would factions because a lot of them don't have premises and being in business long enough Oh maybe you know they they just. They just went earning enough from the business to be able to claim anything that would would help them. Which is a shame. And certainly my advice. People have been ignored by the government. Split sketches and she to check in with low cancel because the local councils have covered support funding. And then we keep being able to get the one. I quite light i. We also questioned the post and it was quite popular. People said oh. Why don't you asking this question So we also wants..

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"wylie" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

04:38 min | 4 months ago

"wylie" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"If you have special skills will you have many years of experience of being. Va nuts very important Or you have a team of people that work with you am able to give Clot so much more a random service you should probably be challenging more than that if you have less years of experience of being a. va You know you don't have a team and you don't have any specialist skills than probably rarity rate is going to fall a little bit below that but honest with anything it's only You know if you can sell the out. His thoughts royce great The problem that i really have when people say oh well my i would never charge less than thirty pounds now and then they might about not getting business unless you can sell the those those kind of that's not you'll rate Yeah yeah i think it was also a whole thing around pricing which is a very most hustle. 'cause we all bring our own money. Stories excuse day. Pricing and iran beliefs on what value for money is An how much sits we've value selves On how other people value us. And i think that's also part it. Mix as well. I think probably is this also clinton because one of the things that we do each year. Is we ask you know how did people arrive at their pricing And it's quite interesting because She developed majority of pete pool. Just set that price against what is industry standard. You know whatever other people charging have the same kind of skills as me. I'm not actually loss of people. Do they have a look around and see what other people are charging dot tie they at prices which i think is fair enough You can do cost first thing where you kind of work out your cost going to be and then you challenging the extras to covering the event. Jonathan but at the time people are literally just saying you know..

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"wylie" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

05:46 min | 4 months ago

"wylie" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"Just the for your kind of listeners. General knowledge i'm delivering a onto minute live training session. Not ninety minute session will probably take me three days to create to at least at least two days. By the time. I fleshed out exactly what the steps are and then worked my way through. It got the examples i won't use. It's not prerecorded lives. It's all got to be quite slick and the have to rehearse it. So that's that's that's been kind of. Let's top of mind moment. That's going to allied though once. I want to get through all of that stuff. That's my tidying up. One through all of that. I can start to focus on line next steps which i'm not going to talk about today But joe and i was chatting about to just before on quantocks nights about what i won't do next but i'm I'm gonna leave you hanging because it's time for us to chat about our wonderful guest today. Who is the incompatible relying wiley and caroline walls. One of our first guests on the podcast. At the beginning of the lockdown last may when we when we launched march mailers last year and we we can have a lovely check specifically chat about the The survey this virtual assistance survey. And what happened to the profession in the last year. With all the lockdown everything. I think it's going to be fascinating. So what'd you think is always good. Disney always excellent. So it's going to be really intriguing to find out what trends happening. What's happening with with rates with a lot less work on that kind of stuff. So i think we should go and invite carolina in. Yes the yemen. Welcome back listeners. And we now want to welcome caroline wiley who is joining us from a holiday in very wet. Hoppy memphis is very wet. You were saying just it. A wonderful british holiday shopping would not be quite say but we wouldn't have had the full experience in writing but it's looking to this morning so i think it's just crossing. We'll get this getting a pulse. Coated seat and get felt that while. It looks like it's not gonna rain for little beds only caroline a hoot on the weather forecast this morning. The sun is likely to come out today or tomorrow day out for a few days. Well i'm looking forward to that. Well i do hope that happens for everybody so I wouldn't tell you the the acquisitioning on here but hey well. I just stayed all shuck anyway. So we were just saying before listeners. We we we we. This is our second. Go count angle customer a minute ago. So we've we've come back. We were just saying before we go cut off that them. We looking forward to hearing about the the sba survey and all the trends we were remarking on the fact that the only precedent for what's been going on in the pandemic spanish flu when the majority of women who are now va's doing the walk We talked about not wanna exclude the few gentlemen the arm around but it would be mainly women would not have been working. They would probably have been asked wives. some might have been domestic jobs or teaching but other than that they would have been housewife..

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"wylie" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

03:16 min | 4 months ago

"wylie" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"I just being taking smoke cheese. He just Scaffoldings you know that over the summer. I will still be working. I've got a couple of projects out to for my own business so i won't to clear away. All of the the client were get as protest and And i start a take action role in september a couple of days a week a national organization. So that should be quite interesting and and challenging Just kind of a find that. The summary that time. Where i tie idea. Yeah i know exactly what you mean. I think it's because there are less clients around because that's taking the holidays often as well depending on the sector that you work with. Obviously i certainly in the training world things do tend to the face of face. Genuine office used to be quiet quiet because schools were out so we once you've got school holidays you've got the knock on effects of the parents who whichever parent might be. Who needs to call to the kids. If they can't get into camps and not liking so much so he does tend to be a lot quieter from. Upstate of well. Though the stuff i do being online can be done at any time. So i i still have stuff to create. I've been very busy. I've got various things. I think we talked about some of the things. I've got on last week I finished delivering my admin chat session for executive support maxine for then youtube channel which goes out next week. I'm in the middle of pairing a session on teams to be delivered also next week to the pa forum. Daniel skirmishes pa forum. That's a lunchtime thing. I just finished I've just rehearsed this morning..

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"wylie" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

05:45 min | 4 months ago

"wylie" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"Way having ten days In a while basing ourselves individ- could save ten last the media junior in the lake district ten rights. And you'll latour to yorkshire breeds Walking lots of fresh air we can take the dog. The kids can run wild get muddy mucky last year. We went and it was amazing. We went wild swimming columnists done in all sorts of things that really fabulous according to king. Fool it. It's not quite what i had planned for the summer That comes with a little bit of disappointment because it caught people will to be friends where game but it's scaring away. It's fresh et something different. Plenty of me to sit with the book. Luckily looking for excellent sounds finds a delek it. Can you shut You're reading your planning anything but all this such go away. No way more likely now people come and stay with us. If things open up an narrowed out so our son adultery during that five kids who live here are hoping to come for a few days in a couple of leaks beginning of august just for sunday to thursday so that would be pretty seafood on So so they might be coming and then the plan at the moment is the my son from london and his wife and two kids are coming for the last two weeks wokers. The they're having all day for me but they're having a day They come and stay here so stephanie..

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"wylie" Discussed on The Good-Hearted Podcast

The Good-Hearted Podcast

05:55 min | 8 months ago

"wylie" Discussed on The Good-Hearted Podcast

"I'm feeling you know a little off today. I'm not always good about practising it. It's not part of my routine just yet and so. I love every morning when i get on instagram. That something positive. That i see and i can choose you know. Am i worthy today. Or am i enough. I don't know you do so many different work one. But i think it's just so nice for you to be putting out that positive energy out for people to take what they and to remind themselves i am worthy and you also sell really cute. Window clings which. I have on my mirrors and i love them and i gave to my sisters and i think those two good places for people to start with affirmations just kind of nina in their face but do you have any other tips for like making it. More of a practice Making it more front of minds that people can really start changing their mindset. Yeah so i journey everyday and generally has been a whole thing. I started journaling because of anxiety. I did start journaling because ryan mike anxiety level. Eleven all the time and so our sort of things. Id but journal. Things journal my affirmations every morning and a journal my gratitude and then journal my leg visualization goals. And so i guess. I guess that's three can't count it's fine But i always do to three intentions for affirmations every day. Three to five gratitude. Things that have happened within the last twenty four hours and then all message was actions. So i use the same frame of mind as far as like where i'm headed and so i'd journal that i bring that one because no one knows about what i'm watching next to am. I when i started a podcast. Journaled podcast. i'm a bot as every single day as if it had already happened. I is the nutrition. Not a we on our arizona dream. Home is one of our big ones. That i've been writing down right now. I am a sought after coach. I i changed lives. I am the best wife i can be. I am one percent better every day. Little things. So i all of those down every day as if they've already happened glow conan makes five hundred thousand dollars a year. That's one that. I put down every day for three and a half years i wrote. We are free. We are free. We are debt free. We became for twenty twenty. Which is Is also lost his job. And so right. But we manifest it and we focus so hard on debt free and paying off our loans and.

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Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones review – a murderous Who-dunnit comes alive

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:29 min | 11 months ago

Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones review – a murderous Who-dunnit comes alive

"The recent. You know kind of low budget animation. That they've been doing the more cost effective animation. I should say and thankfully we it was released in twenty twenty and finally have a complete story so this is one of the things on my to do list that i wanted to get to as soon as possible when i was making the new schedule. So this story written by david ellis and now the hulk or zydeco the incredible malcolm hulk who wrote a bunch of notable stories from the patrick troughton in jon pertwee eras including will. Hey the war games. Patrick crowds final story the celerion. The first appearance of this larry ins ambassadors of death which was really cool story that we talked about here it also the seat devils a fun story with the master that we haven't talked yet so that's one of those that hopefully we'll get to at some point here on next up. This was directed by jerry mill. This was the eighth serial of doctor who season four nineteen sixty seven starring. Patrick troughton as second doctor. Unida wills as poly right. Michael craze as been jackson in. This is betty polly's last story by the way. And frazer hines as jimmy mcrae. Mid who at the end of the story gets a promotion to main companion after benn polly Exit the tartus closing out the way of heart once and for all so jesse. I know that this is probably your first time watching the story. I'm guessing david your thoughts about it. So i yeah and i'm gonna have a couple of questions we'll get you that i assume you're going to cover in trivia but just in case you want yeah So i settled down to watch this Linda was out of. Linda was spending the night with her sister. Kaya in a many birthday celebration. And so i watched the first dealer yes. I watched the first three on friday. Night and i watched the remaining three on saturday And i enjoy the. I enjoy the last three a lot more than i did. The first three now. I think part of that may have been. I was a little tired. It was today but also think the first three were a lot of setup. Yeah in once the next three you got really a lot of the story and was really well done so overall. I'm pretty happy with this one. I'm glad we got to see it. Yeah and And i'm looking forward to talking to you about it but my question is In you've probably covered this before. But i have slept since then. Why was so much of patrick. Totten's episodes lost and specifically about this. Well there was a purge by the bbc to essentially make space as i understand it and in the process they junked a bunch of old doctor. Who's they didn't think they needed them anymore. In their infinite stupidity and a lot of them were were episodes. From the william heart. Oh and patron eras you know there was in levin and some others that had managed to recover some of those over time because this was believed in the seventies and since then you know there's been a lot of effort by fans to try and recover episodes which have either been somehow scattered to the winds across the entire globe and or just play lost in this story. They'd only managed to recover episodes one in three. That are returned to the bbc archives. Because hey now they want to keep them a what. I what i find interesting. Charles is the seventies relatively speaking. I mean i love. Lucy had been in syndication. So you think people would have realized the Cordao yet and the importance and also. I know that they talked about that. Many of the early tonight show episodes back with johnny carson. The same thing they just re. They didn't keep them. They did because they didn't think they're reporting. And i remember years ago. I talked to someone and he was british. And he's like yeah doctor who it's it's just the it's just a minor kid show. Yeah i'm sure that was the ski. Oh executive thinking yes the super geniuses as wylie coyote super genius exact who made this horrible decision probably thought. Well it's just a kid show doesn't matter you know they. They won't miss it. We've already done Because back in the day dear listeners you used to have summer reruns until you would show an episode twice and and it was kinda done. So i'm sure they were thinking okay. We've already had a repeat time to move on. It's just it's it was just a really bad unfortunate thing that happened to the show because you know like a lot of classic moments are just now lost in presumably. A lot of these are never going to be available in their original format. Now they're going to be like stories like this. That would probably be reconstructed through animation. Or maybe whatever happens in the next ten years technology wise that they could be recreated so now and i guess they had audio right so now the audio either fans have the audio or someone in so that's for steps are recreating it. Yeah thankfully now though. The upside that. I should mention was that through the efforts of fans a lot of kids at home you know. They had their home tape cassette recorders right. Or whatever you know recording real

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What you need to know about Tesla's 'battery day'

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

08:25 min | 1 year ago

What you need to know about Tesla's 'battery day'

"Over the last few months there has been information leaking out about Tesla establishing a new battery production line near the Fremont factory, and it is aptly code-named roadrunner not only does that hint speed, but there might also be. A reference there to roadrunner and Wylie coyote the looney tunes characters engaged in a perpetual game of Jason, in which Miley Coyote could never catch the roadrunner. Maybe legacy auto is the Wiley Coyote to Tesla's roadrunner. So one of the expectations for Battery Day is that Tesla unveils this roadrunner production line to demonstrate the potential throughput that can be accomplished with all. These advancements I believe Ilan made reference to this today as well as tussles other progress in manufacturing outside of batteries. When he tweeted quote speed running Victorio and real life dot dot dot, and quote if you're unfamiliar Factoria is a video game described themselves. By saying quote Factoria was a game in which you build and maintain factories you'll be mining resources researching. Technologies building infrastructure, automating production and fighting enemies and quote that you're sounds a lot like. TUSLA. So a lot of these are related but I believe manufacturing and energy density at the pack level to be the two most important things for battery day. But it doesn't just end there. There are few other topics that may be discussed at Battery Day the first. which has been heavily speculated on is the possibility of Tesla introducing a million mile battery. So first things first on that that means a million mile life cycle or another way to say, that would be the ability for the battery to recharge. Let's say three or four thousand times without having significant capacity degradation because of already done a full ten fifteen minute episode. On the Million Mile Battery I'M NOT GONNA go into as much detail on that here a link that episode but the Short version is that they're already batteries capable of producing that many cycles. It's just a matter as it always is with batteries of the trade offs are willing to make. For example, does that increase the life cycle lower energy density or? Increased cost, and if so maybe it's not worth the tradeoff in fact, Tesla already has batteries that are capable of doing a million miles. They just don't use them in their vehicles because of those trade offs rather they use them in their energy storage products. So we'll see what Tesla has to say about a million mile battery they have talked about wanting. To, get there with the whole powertrain and the past, which really makes a lot of sense when you bring in a Tommy because if a scenario exists where there is a full self-driving row taxi that vehicles going to be traveling a lot more than ten thousand or fifteen, thousand miles per year if the utilization is five times higher or ten times higher. Then to have a useful life of ten years twenty years, you're going to need a million mile powertrain including that million mile battery. It also makes a lot of sense for other utility vehicles such as the upcoming Tesla semi the other wildcard that could potentially add life cycles to the battery for a vehicle would be vehicle to grid technology. Again, we've talked about. Tesla hasn't been super bullish on that technology in the past. So it's relatively lower on my expectations list there certainly value to that feature, but there's also complexity in extracting that value. So we'll wait and see what Tesla has to say on life cycle and any additional features that could drive utilization of those battery packs higher next on the watch list is. Charging capability there's a lot of potential here. We've already seen Tesla over the years increase the supercharging rate from ninety kilowatts to one hundred, twenty kilowatts, two, hundred, and fifty all the way up to two hundred and fifty kilowatts at peak now, and at the cyber truck unveiling last November onscreen they shut a graphic that showed the charging capability of the cyber. At. Two hundred and fifty kilowatts plus you elon musk at that unveiling said quote it will be capable of more than two hundred and fifty kilowatts will reveal the actual number later and quote. So maybe battery day ends up being that later we know that just last week lucid, motors announced that the lucid air will have three hundred and fifty kilowatt capable charging Tesla's kinda competitive. So I'm not sure they're gonNA, sit around for too long being outmatched on that charging rate. If we can get a bit speculative for a moment, one of our listeners, Florian halen helped me out with this it appears that the V. Three superchargers should be capable. Of quite a bit more output than the hundred and fifty kilowatt. Max. That does vehicles can charge at today to get a full understanding of this, we have to start with the version two superchargers. If we look at the label on those chargers, we can see the voltage listed at four hundred and ten volts. They amperage listed at two hundred and seventy amps to get the power capacity. We just multiply the voltage by the amperage. So in this case that comes out to about one hundred and eleven kilowatts but what happens in reality is that vehicles on version two charges, one hundred and fifty kilowatts all the time. So the amperage here is. Actually understated the same thing appears to be happening with the V. Three superchargers as well on the label for those, we can see that the voltage is thousand and the amperage is four, hundred and twenty-five. So multiplying those together yet Max power capacity of four hundred and twenty five kilowatts. So that's already higher than the two hundred and fifty kilowatts. The vehicles can accept today leaving some room for upside and charging rate but back to the amperage, it appears that the amperage capacity is understated on the be three charges as well. We have a screen shot here of a model three charging at that Max two hundred and fifty kilowatt rate, but with. The voltage only at three hundred, sixty eight. So if we divide those two hundred and fifty thousand watts, two hundred and fifty kilowatts by three hundred, sixty eight that gives us six, hundred eighty amps, which is well above the four hundred twenty, five amps on the label right now, a model threes battery is limited to four hundred and four volts. So at six hundred and eighty amps that would mean a Max charging rate of two, hundred, seventy, five kilowatts instead of the two, hundred fifty, that is listed, but it's probably limited at two hundred and fifty kilowatts to avoid overheating if we consider a new battery though maybe some of those constraints can. Be removed and the V. Three superchargers seems capable of delivering quite a bit more power than that two hundred, fifty kilowatts. If we use the six hundred eighty amps here that we have already seen register out of a supercharged V three location and we multiply that by the maximum a thousand volts we could be looking at a power output of six hundred eighty kilowatts from three charter and potentially even higher based on whatever that true actual limit on ams it's. So none of this means that Tesla's going to suddenly unveil a battery that's capable of charging at seven hundred kilowatts just that the V. Three chargers do seem to be putting in. Place. The infrastructure for higher charging to come over time with a new cell likely being introduced. Maybe we will hear more about that at battery debt last couple of aspects that I've heard discussed the first mining Tesla has alluded to maybe getting into mining someday if they needed to that's not something that I expect here from Battery Day as should be cleared by this point in time I think they've got enough to go through without going down that figurative rabbit hole but I do expect. Yulon mosque to again plead with suppliers to ramp up supply especially for nickel next is a point on Tesla suppliers we know that tussle works with Panasonic LG. L. To source batteries from them. So the question has arisen of how those partnerships are going to work and evolve if Tesla is designing and manufacturing their own cell and I think this is answered by what we spoke to earlier with product differentiation Tesla is going to need all the batteries they can get their hands on it's going to take time to ramp up their own battery production. So not only can they not just convert all their products over to their own cells instantly even if they were to do that, they still probably need even more batteries so they're going to continue to partner with these other suppliers though suppliers give them viable. Products, which can help Tesla Grow capture revenue capture prophet regardless of their own endeavors and battery cells and production as far as tesla actually supplying these cells to others I definitely don't expect that not for a long long time if at all, and that's really for the same reason, Tesla is gonNA need these cells themselves supplying them to another oem just adds again that extra layer of cost because both sides need their margin that creates a more expensive and a product for the consumer, which is contradictory to tussles goal of accelerating the advent of sustainable energy. So as long as Tesla is battery constrained, which I expect to be for a long time. See them supplying their batteries to anybody else. All right. So after all of this, we finally come to the product. The last thing to maybe expect out of Battery Day could be the introduction of the plaid model s and Model X. potentially being the first products to utilize these new battery cells as Tesla works to ramp up that initial production it's been yearly quiet on the plaid. Powertrain Front for a while now, but the timing is about right and maybe we will finally again here's something about the new roadster.

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"wylie" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"wylie" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Democrats are Wylie coyote trying to this is that this is a server wallet this is the kryptonite here come Superman we got on this time and in full of mud one of their own said wait a minute freight Cuomo wait a minute I was in the same position of this low level bureaucrat understanding some of the conversations between world leaders and I would never have gone over his head and said American foreign policy. wow about passed out. to get your reaction plus us some of the biggest the largest a Parker she took place yesterday at the climate change at the twenty twenty Democrats descend on the steak fry at the Iowa state fair all the democratic candidates are complaining about too much pollution too much CO two too many change burgers too many hamburgers too many cars too many planes too many buses all of a sudden are growing up cheese burgers hamburgers and stakes to the tune of eleven thousand of them to the applause of many if they all are Iowa state fair raising the specter of complete apocalypse see Democrats and liberals who say one thing and then do completely the opposite it's beautiful when you get your reaction plus the media done cover what the Democrats saying what their goals are not at all not even close doesn't happen so whatever come all is calm all I hear is opens her mouth she was the chief prosecutor in San Francisco then she ran and was elected the Attorney General of the state of California that is more individuals imprisoned than any state in the union that would be a course Kamel Harris she was in charge of law enforcement of the largest state complaining what about law enforcement most of the democratic candidates at one point in their political career have the ability to actually enforce laws in the states and cities from whence they came in fact only about fifteen percent of inmates in America or in federal custody the great majority are in county jails reformatories juvenile detention centers penitentiaries reformatories and the large urban states like Illinois New Jersey New York California that's where the inmates are Florida Texas that's where they are. what did Kamel Heris do with criminal justice reform when she was in charge what did senator Elizabeth Warren do and the bay state of Massachusetts she's been there for many years what the doubt Bernie Sanders through with criminal justice reform in Vermont or Joe Biden in Delaware the answer is nothing these theories are nothing more than that their theories they don't work if they did work I would assume the Democrats would have applied them in the cities and states and which they had complete power like California Eleanor New York New Jersey Massachusetts Rhode Island Delaware Democrats have complete power they can do whatever they want and did they do a damn thing absolutely not each state has the power to enact reparations if they want now may be declared unconstitutional because it is but assuming that the Democrats in California Illinois and New York wanna take take money from individuals with white skin and give those dollars to individuals with darker skin they have the power to do so did they do any of it absolutely not zero. so criminal justice reform. and race in open borders I am in many areas in which the Democrats now complain about dropping the Republicans they were completely and have been and will be completely in charge of jurisdictions that can do anything they damn want to do but they don't solve the problems because their insoluble or unconstitutional and if you think the educational system and Detroit and Chicago and a low of all and in Tampa the public education system there for grade school kids is working in areas controlled by the Democrats in New York in New York City and you think that's the model do use across the whole country vote for Democrats because they tried these things and they failed miserably let's take a short break we have four lines open if you call now eight six six six four seven seven three three seven eight six six six four seven seven three three seven do you see rank hypocrisy but the media covering events based upon whether or not a Republican is to be covered and not a Democrat and is trump truly the invincible. let's continue with more bill coming in the great American live with you every Sunday night..

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"wylie" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"wylie" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Too fast has it not gotten polished? It's got, like whether you go back even to Blue's clues, there's a formula for how you do it in order to addicted and snare child is that's mistreat used to be an hours thirty minutes. Now it just seems like it's fast to me, boy, it is. I mean everything's faster. I mean, that's they have made shows a lot faster because kids will not pay attention for nearly as long as they used that really thing. So this is a really thing, that's happening because in reading, Malcolm, glad wells book about how Blue's clues became popular. It was a very formulaic way. Not unlike casinos can keep you at a slot machine. If you have an addictive personality, or this is something that's true all over the internet, where people are working really hard to figure out how they can ensnare you to this technology addiction, that the entire world has. Children's television eight. What little I've seen of it and read about it is that it's a very polish thing meant to grab your child by the nostrils and addict your child. And that's not what the Flintstones was why have you read about this though? It's insidious, right. It's brain control is what kids TV is now but then you hark back to the classics like the Flintstones like, you know, the road runner vs Wylie Coyote, and those are vintage shows, and I don't believe that was brain control that no it's not bring control. But that can't what I'm asking. You is ten that work today. It's why I'm puzzled by the idea that the Flintstones might still be thing and kind of believe you guys because I don't know any better. I can't believe that, that literally prehistoric thing would work today with children and what their attention spans remember when the Flintstones and the Jetsons, had a crossover episode. Rated movie. Vonda. Neither one of them could survive in the other one's environment because they were totally out of their element. What would you like to see that with today? If I gave you a crossover event, and I told you I'm gonna give you to pop culture phenomenons. Let me make them intermingle on television and the, the world will go, while the jersey shore on fortune fire. Not bad. It. What do you mean? It's not bad. It's it's not anyone else's guests in the world. You mean it's not bad. I was actually thinking jersey shore in the bachelor. Are you having the jersey stellar jersey shore in jersey? Are you having the situation dismembered by one of these made swords? Is that what he's making the sort obviously because he's on the show. He knows how to make swords. I got Stu gods. On the interruption that will be a cultural phenomenon..

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Woman taken into ICE custody after confronting man in MAGA hat

Chris Plante

04:45 min | 3 years ago

Woman taken into ICE custody after confronting man in MAGA hat

"The maga- hat. You know, the mega hat thing that this one happened on Cape Cod in Massachusetts, so nice. A blue collar guy. Tradesmen minding his own business sitting at a bar and a Mexican restaurant being waited on night's sleep. By the nice people. They're wearing a maga- hat gotta read make-america-great-again hat, and he was assaulted by this crazy woman who decided to take it upon herself. She was drunk and most importantly. She's a stupid leftist, and and she physically assaulted this guy and grabbed his cap and pull his cap nerves face and smacked him in the head and called them all kinds of names and said, you don't have a right to wear that hat America. She's lecturing this American blue collar guy. Her name was Rosanne Santos forty one years old. She was arrested because you did some of this right in front of the police. Well, it turns out that this new hero of the democrat party is an illegal alien in the country illegally as an alien from another country illegally. She's an illegal alien and she's assaulting normal, man. Blue collar Americans born and raised here who are just minding their own damn business. And and again, this is not news. The news media doesn't report this stuff. Have we captured the UC Berkeley thug? The black shirt goon who beat up the the guy on camera or UC, Berkeley still. Engaged in an orchestrated cover up of that. Because they were that no is one UC Berkeley employees praising the beating and UC Berkeley asked whether they want this person working for them praising this felony assault. And they said, yeah, sure, we do because he's a leftist, and so are weak and door prizes of chicken shears. But that's another story woman who attacked man wearing maga- hat was illegal immigrant. Fact, she's still is taken into ice custody. I hope she's catapulted over one of the walls along the border and creates a Wylie Coyote imprint of herself in the desert on the Mexican side. A woman who was arrested last week for allegedly attacking a man allegedly. It's all on video, and I love how allegedly has never allegedly with Jesse small when there was no evidence to support his claims they forgot to say allegedly over and over again. But when you have it on video like in UC Berkeley with the black shirt fascist. Doug, punching the nice young, man. Who's minding his own business? They say allegedly when they watched the video, and then they say allegedly, and this is another case where there's video of it. And yet they say allegedly, isn't it generous to say allegedly? A woman arrested last week for allegedly attacking a man wearing a make-america-great-again hat in Massachusetts type in a restaurant is an illegal immigrant from Brazil, immigration and customs enforcement officials said ice officers detained Rosanne Santos forty one on Tuesday after they discovered she was in the United States illegally. Boston twenty-five news reported deportation officers with ISIS fugitive operations team arrested Rosie Santos name spelled it now multiple ways Roseanne. And unlawfully present citizen of Brazil. I said in a statement Santos is facing local charges for assault and other offenses. She is presently in ice custody and has been entered into removal proceedings before the federal immigration courts. She should be convicted of the crimes that she perpetrated before. She is catapulted over wall like Wylie Coyote into the side of a mountain in the desert of Mexico, which are scattered with decapitated bodies. And of course, child sex trafficking Santos who was living in Falmouth. Mass was charged with disorderly conduct assault and battery after a confrontation at the CASA Vallarta Mexican restaurant last Friday. His name is a Biton B Y T O N everything else is misspelled here. Biden Turner, twenty three years old told police he was at the restaurant was Santos. When Santos started yelling at him because he was wearing the iconic red hat made famous during Trump's presidential campaign Turner recorded the incident on his phone the video showed Santa's walking behind him and hitting his hat off his head and a little more than that as well. That's the problem. He said the problem with America, these days, people are just ignorant.

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Fortnite Streamer 'Ninja' Reveals Why He Doesn't Stream With Female Gamers

Liberty Talk Programming

02:09 min | 3 years ago

Fortnite Streamer 'Ninja' Reveals Why He Doesn't Stream With Female Gamers

"This gamer Nadje Who apparently the most popular guy on twitch, says he's not doing streams, with women because he. Doesn't want to wind up not only putting. Himself in a situation where there rumors but her. Too but the woman as well and. They say here it's more. Than anything. Else a stark reminder that when it. Comes to equality. Within the. Gaming industry and society at large we've still got plenty of work to do why Let me finish reading the article before you start asking questions they. Say don't blame ninja though blames systemic sexism within the industry change has to start they stay with us is, individuals so if you, want to see this sort of behaviour curbed were all going to have to work better on it together and you remember gamer gate from a couple of years ago right yes that's what they're talking. About here where you've got people that will harass. Female gamers over every little thing if the most popular gamer in the world on twitch was a woman and she refused to game with men I would support her but I would suspect if, men came on. And made spurious allegations are. Aspirants allegations were made, about them or whatever that. They would receive harassment online two from the males that follow those female gamers and there's lots, of males that follow female gamers I think that Yeah I'm not sure that I agree with. That Claim that some. Men harass women simply because they are women some men do some women dislike men simply, because they're men and they do things too and that there's an equal. Amount of that and that doesn't indicate sex what I heard, in this article doesn't indicate sexism to me it indicates there is a the top gamer in the world for whatever reason as a man. And that he doesn't doesn't the top gamer the world does not participate with the other sex in order to protect them and themselves from harassment that I. Agree with the idea that that indicates sexism. I did not hear in. Indication

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Mcgrath, Sherry Lawson and Pulitzer Prize discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:16 min | 3 years ago

Mcgrath, Sherry Lawson and Pulitzer Prize discussed on NPR News Now

"Just tell people the truth i mean it's about time for that right mcgrath thanked everyone who supported her including her campaign team and her family she dedicated the night in the winter her dad who died six weeks ago she hopes kentucky will be part of the blue wave in two thousand eighteen for npr news i'm sherry lawson in richmond kentucky pulitzer prize winning author philip roth has died the writer of more than two dozen books was revered as satirist who is realist at the core his work such as counter life have been described as direct and fearless ralph's literary agent andrew wylie says the author pass away last night from congestive heart failure he was eighty five years old tens of thousands of please are bracing to go on strike starting june i possibly members of the culinary union voted to authorize a walkout to have their labor contract demands met if they strike that may affect thirty four casino resorts across las vegas this is npr support for npr in the following message come from kumaon the kumaon math and reading program is designed to help kids stand out in school and develop lifelong skills like focus and critical thinking kumaon where smart kids get smarter visit kumaon dot com.

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Sacramento police fatally shoot unarmed man holding cellphone in backyard

Ethan Bearman

01:24 min | 4 years ago

Sacramento police fatally shoot unarmed man holding cellphone in backyard

"Good afternoon i'm nikki medoro reports say facebook ceo mark zuckerberg plans to speak sometime in the next day on the cambridge analytica controversy zuckerberg will try to regain the public's trust in the social media side amid a privacy scandal in the meantime chris wiley says he can't approve the work he did for cambridge analytica held on trump win the two thousand sixteen presidential election but he thinks he has pretty good evidence while working for the political consulting company from twenty thirteen twenty fifteen wylie's team spoke to americans in focus groups to identify deep seated concerns then they tested ways to tap into those fears through social media the slogans they developed later became the catchphrases of the trump campaign have people in sacramento are questioning why police shot an unarmed black man twenty times killing him when he turned out to be holding only a cell phone and his grandparents backyard police man was spotted breaking a vehicle window sunday night chef de cities and helicopters said they saw him break a neighbor a sliding glass door to arriving officers chased him into the backyard of his grandparents home where he was staying the department says they opened fire when he pointed what they thought was a handgun no gun was found this news report is sponsored by match dot com when you're ready for a real relationship you're ready for match go to match dot com slash love for seven days free tried today match dot com slash love now back to.

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