19 Burst results for "XIE"
"xie" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Have a red velvet cake doughnut with cream cheese frosting to die for the doughnut company in Woodridge. Awesome, right? Sounds good. Sounds like a good thing to check out this weekend. The red velvet fluid. There may be a line but don't be put off moving when they move into real quick. It's worth and it sounds like Thank you. Thank you so much. Mike, You have a good weekend, okay? Let's go to a Loretta. Loretta, We've time you in here today and Gloria all rights happy Friday. Kathy, Friday Love your Shell. I've been a W G N listener for a very, very long time. Think I grew up with W G in with my parents? I wanna shout out to a really cute little bakery Flesh diner in display in Illinois. It's called the sweet Bites. They have fabulous breakfast is her bakery is to die for cinnamon roll. They have English muffin that one day they will be famous for. I've never had an English muffin, like be freed by now Be using be like Bumble Bee bee sweet pipes. Correct, Okay? We'll check it out, then. Thank you, Loretta. Some thank you. And I have a great day. You two have a good one. We got time for one more. And we're going to don Jackson bladder. Hey, you can text us too, though, Because before the shows up, we still got a little time. Sonia, Go ahead. You're on W g. N. Hi. Thanks for doing this in a fabulous could take care of these small businesses during the pines. We're trying You wanted to give a quick shout out to bear Mac's Ebron Slim boutique in Geneva for the ladies. That might need a little lift, right? I like that you say it again the name of the biz. Sir. It's bare moxie B A, r. E M O Xie and their professional broth theaters They dio broads going up to an oak up and bam! From 28 54 inches, but they make sure everyone wears the right size. Absolutely fabulous place to go Awesome. So they do the social distancing You primate, the appointment and all that stuff. It's probably easy to do there, right? Right there only opened by appointment. So when you go in, it's almost like a pretty woman experience. You're the only customer with the better and they take care of just you put our year. There may be a good little gift for somebody Sounds like a good thing, Teo give to somebody right in your life. Absolutely. Thank you, Sonya. Yet they have a good weekend. That sub way get all need a lift, right? I heard that as I really write that number down. I know. I love I love that It was bare moxie in Geneva. Um Okay. Well, that's that's we've had quite the range of small businesses we featured today. And we're going. We're going. You're on our radar. Keep keep us keep in common because we're going to keep trying to do whatever we can to support our small businesses were also going to try to do what we can to support our health. And Don Jackson Blattner will help us with that She is a diet nutrition expert now, master. I said, Hey, give us some ideas for boosting immunity. And then I said, What about what vitamins should we be looking at? What kinds of foods have these vitamins and she's going to break some of that down for us coming up here on W G n, but we gotta go back over to Mary Vandeveld See what's happening on the roads. Not too bad on the Eaton's up on side of the Kennedy to the airport about 28 minutes, but 46 coming and starting to build on the in bound trip from the Edens, it's a half hour still up on Ike at Addison 32 out there, Austin rather 32 to Mannheim and 45 23 90 45 coming in as well. Alphonse side of the Stevenson 46 to the tri state with stall mixed in a Damon, the inbound Ryan. 15 from 95th accident. Tri State North bound. It's just north of Ogden, Amara Vande Velde Nada Traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. On the next Chicago's afternoon news will given inside listen to the day's stories and doctors have discovered a new organ in your head will play around with that. I'm Steve Berg will see it for Clark. This weekend Get the calls for 50% off, more.
"xie" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Having allowed just his second hit of the game or baseball tonight, analyst Tim Kurkjian mark to Cheryl. If you don't let Xie Young winner who's throwing 97 98, hitting his spots dominating If you don't let him stay in. Let's just put a cap on starting pitchers. Let's just say every starting pitcher can on Lee throw six innings because there's certain guys that you should give a leash to play style was that guy tonight? You give him that least and Obama header and you saw Mookie Betts first at bat double down the line. I am dancing because Blake snails out of that game. The reason they went 40 and 20 is that plan worked for the regular season. But this is the World Series. This is Game six. You're playing the Dodgers there a better team than you. You have to Find a way to beat them. Blake Snell was the way to beat them tonight. You have to adjust. Watch the game and say the plan that worked for 60 is not the plan for tonight. This kid is too good. They should not have taken him out of that game. Dodgers loved the move. Twitter nearly broke and the Rays own center fielder was stunned. Kevin Carey Meyer. He was dominating. I don't really care what the numbers say third time through the order, whatever he There wasn't many guys making contact in general. And no hard contact whatsoever. And could've would've should've. Who knows what would have happened, But you know, he threw the ball great. That might have been the best I've seen and it was incredible. Keyshawn Jae will let Zubin agree with the move. Rising grind. Starting at 6 A.m. Eastern time. Clayton Kershaw earns his first World Series title had been the only three times so young Award winner without a ring centerfielder Cody Bellenger, Man. You have no idea I was I saw him. Right after we're done.
"xie" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist
"Comedy. Oh, my Gosh I'm so excited I'm going to talk to you about something that I wrote at the start of the year about my hopes for twenty twenty. Five. Okay. So and New Year new me and all that Jazz I've stopped beating myself up about how much I way at the start of the year and instead I beat myself up about how happy I am at the start of the year I check in with myself like a passive aggressive woman that I went to secondary school with. Yeah but are you really happy out of some? Yes I am Julie Show. I planned this New Year's Eve. Properly I was flying back to London early to a London friend's housewarming right she was going to prepare a buffet I was sold. I never been to a buffet in someone's house that didn't have a corpse at it. I was very excited. Very. Wonderful London Glamour Life at Cosmopolitan. Buffet and maybe just maybe there would be fireworks when I lived in Dublin I heard fireworks I've ran away from fireworks while young men free fireworks at me when I walk the wrong way from little but I've never seen fireworks for my own will. As the plane land got text and a picture of unopened move in boxes. My friend is constant apart there's no. London, Glamour, Buffet for me. Spend, the evening dragging by so heavy. It warranted an airline sticker suitcase up several flights of stairs here in Years Eve party east roof doors of my neighbors flats, and congratulate myself for being able to recognize the music. I'm still with it. I know what? Dance Monkey is. Who Sang of no idea. I've read ice have come to the age right discover chart, music and free wedding discourse. Of reach. Sage. I live in a high rise flat and I can see bt from my bedroom slash dining room kitchen. And I squint hard enough I can see the London I. is around up the two, thousand, ten on a TV, and it shows a terrorist attack on initial wars stuff kept me up at night at a time of Xie but with time forgotten, there's too much use remember. It feels like pop music at some point you give up keeping up, and then you start to wonder if Billy Irish is pop star involved in a military coup. Why not both? It felt wonderfully perverse scrolling free twitter as people listed after achievements for the year and even worse their achievements for a decade and I was eating the pot noodle my pajamas at half Lebanon Year's Eve. Hunt twitched impressed on taxi. APP and I read is to Primrose Hill within fifteen minutes and see all of the London skyline. For the New Year I thought no one else would have ever thought of this idea. And I was very clever. Without thinking on a hat and coat over my pajamas and I clicked confirm right we've been free minutes I was in a car. Taxi driver. It was the first person spoken to hours. He told me that the surcharge would be crazy after midnight and he's on until five am and he likes to read books in the New Year and he asked me what I wanted for the new. Year fell silent. What do I want? To be more happy and how do I chief that? Is there a t I can by INSTAGRAM FOR I found easier to lie and say that I wanted to take jocking. As the clock hit five, twelve I out a car ran towards hill drunk POWs were dragging drunker Powell's in a war. That's. That's we're talking with small children on their shoulders, bobbing bobbing boys and a choppy sea, and we all want to see the same thing running out of time Iran free to gates the unfamiliar feeling of lactic acid hidden my calves. My chest, tighten the coal. There is burn my throat the park was packed and I could see the outline of thousands of heads of the same ideas me the crowd got louder. There were counting down but I couldn't make out a numbers they got louder and louder in the space got tire. Never, GonNa feel that again. People for for Peek at the New Year I heard a massive cheer, but I could see was the back of a couple shift into face off each other, right That's All I could hear was alone drunk woman shouting Sharon behind me. And then it started the shifting on mass. and. It just begun to sound like a rainforest. Underaged disco all over again, affect my chest tighten the air tasted different. It was gone powdery and Mahan Brush, my pocket where normally keep my inhaler. Pockets. I'm going to die because I tried to have a good time on your year see. But most of all, I'm going to die because Patriarchy refuses pockets on women's clothing. To Laugh and I laugh tireder somehow it helped me go more air the fireworks stopped and people started moving away from the hill I went with the flow of people and I was just laughing harder and harder to step on a curb and I looked up and I stopped I could see the full London skylight was no fireworks. Longtime ago, but it's all covered in a haze and sight London was the stage for in any concert. It was beautiful our company breath back and I stood still and took it all in and I was glad I, tried. This year I'm going to try more and also take jogging. As my costs are still not right. Thank you so much..
"xie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"ABC radio dot com. Mayor De Blasio is announcing Corona virus checkpoints at major entry points into New York City. Anyone arriving by car from 35 states were covert 19 is surging. Could encounter checkpoints were talking Penn Station even at bridges and tunnels into the city. We're gonna hold at this level of Health and safety in the city and get better. We have to deal with the fact that the quarantine must be applied consistently. Anyone who's travelled travelers from 35 states on New York's quarantine list already have to provide local contact info when they arrive at airports. The city says one fits of new cases originated out of state. More than two million people are still without power in the tri state area after tropical Storm Xie is pounded the region yesterday and it could be days before power is restored. Goes just raining really hard and the wind started blowing like crazy in New Jersey. It's lights out for a 1,000,000 people. Monmouth and Morris counties hit especially hard. 300,000 people out on Long Island, nearly 200,000 comet customers in the dark in the city and in Westchester utility poles and tree limbs down all over the place. This man's car was crushed in Historia. What are the chances? You park your car and then not one, but two trees fall down on top of it. A lot of folks like this man in Woodbridge, New Jersey are relying on generators just got 10 gallons.
"xie" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"B AP More Worth Della's KPL ex FM HD to four tours dot com Cumulus stations. Tropical storms approach character Actor dies I'm barbecue Florida's East Coast has started to see the first bands of heavy rain from Xie is now a tropical storm that's expected to become a hurricane again in the hours ahead. Coming around to Santa's warn residents to expect outages even if its tropical storm force winds you, Khun, pretty much be assured. You are going to see power outages. That's certainly a 70 mile an hour wind will be enough. To take down trees and limbs that obviously interacts with power lines. And so so that will happen and people should be prepared for that. The storm ripped through the Bahamas, where reporter Royston Jones and NASA has the latest on its impact. They're going up the south End of Central Islands. You saw a lot of flooding. A lot of rain, a lot of strong strong winds, toppling trees, damaging ruse. As it came up to the northwest. Progress was made. His talks continued Saturday over a Corona virus relief measure making way through Congress. Correspondent Jeremy Diamond says there's still work to be done with talks resuming Monday there is huge disagreements in terms of Democrats wanting to extend those $600 of additional dollars per week..
Hurricane Isaias heads toward Florida's coast
"Watch on Hurricane Zaius. Zaius is currently located in the central Bahamas and is traveling Northwest. 12 miles per hour. Latest projections have. Xie is coming very close to the east coast of Florida as a cattle category one hurricane later this evening and into tomorrow. Florida Governor Ron Descent is that this morning's briefing how far up the East Coast is the storm likely to go Eventually it's going to take a northeasterly turn. And when it does looks like cross, probably a weaker storm, upper level wind will break the storm apart quite a bit on then we're going to be talking, maybe about a landfall somewhere across the Carolinas. Before it moves in towards the Northeast. Fox meteorologist Rick Wright youth weather watchers along the East Coast is far north as Maine or closely tracking the storm's path.
"xie" Discussed on AI in Financial Services Podcast?
"We come together with a vendor company or we come together with folks within our own existing enterprise or come together with a consultant and we come up with. What are the projects were gonna work on become up with. How are we going to actually bring this particular project we have in mind the deployment with a lot of heads in the room. We need data scientists when he'd subject matter experts we need stakeholders that are gonna cut the check. There's a lot of different people involved. What are those moving parts. We need to organize to actually make sure that our ai product team is going to be successful. What does that mean. It means we actually bring a product into deployment. We actually make a. I work in the business. We actually see some business value. We need multiple team members to get that done. It's not possible for a vendor to do it alone or an internal data science team by themselves without talking to any other parts of the business to do it on their own. Our guest this week is ying lindsay. She is the ceo of a company called data visor. They are a financial services oriented. Ai firm based in the bay area england has been a previous guest. She comes up with great analogies. A great character always enjoy having her on the program. She's got a lot of insight practical insight about what fails and what works when it comes to together a team if you are working on selling yourself in other words you're in. Ai services person or you are a consultant that focuses on a strategy or ai products than be sure at checkout emerge. Plus this episode right here is what we would technically categorizes a making the business case episode these are episodes specifically about. What does it take to make work. That is to say to get an enterprise to say yes but also to get a project to roll ford those insights as it turns out are more or less priceless when you make your living by selling. Ai related projects. Whether you're a strategy person or you're a technical person that will actually help with the algorithms in either case you're gonna want to check out merge plus merged plus our library of resources for a best practices best practices on measuring. Roi every enterprise is gonna wanna know that best practices on adopting in the deployment roadmap on as well as our full map of a i use cases and our ai. Whitepaper library is hardly any way to get up to speed on a topic faster than zipping through the white paper library downloading the topics of interest for you so you can check that out at e. m. e. r. j. dot com slash p. One that's our emerged plus membership you can learn more at e. m. e. r. j. dot com slash t. One again if you are in the services space or you're an internal innovation strategy leader within an enterprise the same kind of pressures to really make a project work. You're gonna wanna check out. Emerge plus and the rj dot com slash p. One be sure to check it out there without further ado. This is yang lindsay here on the financial services podcast. Let's go ahead and hop right in so alien. We're going to talk now about building successful teams. You know within the enterprise if we've decided within a bank and insurance company whatever we've decided on an initiative and we want to move forward and we wanna we wanna breathe life into this. We're gonna partner with the vendor. We're gonna make it happen. What are the successful elements of a good functioning team. What needs to be in place to make sure this project succeeds. Yeah so this is a big initiative are we saw a lot of the large enterprise have started exploring and taking the approach. Really want to have this team to modernize entitled is asian and this is very ambitious task cry and at the same time we do off very seem like sort of a is play very promising rose and providing value in many area and so everybody wants to double down an innocent aspects. Often we would see for the successful. Adamant is really. We need to have this alignment between business unit and The i team of basically the goals we want to accomplish in and that alignment is extremely important in many times. We kind of fine business unit. Want to solve specific province. And whether the i team is actually a set up with the same kind of mission go basically to make the business unit successful of solving specific province in whether as executive novel that level of understanding is kind of align across entire organization whether a team therefore has support from the executive sponsorship and from the infrastructure engineering aspects off being able to access the data they would want to access and then have the business teams buying that they want to partner together to solve some of the hog problems together. And i think these are all like important elements. You don't have the alignment everyday started doing their own things. And for the i team they could struggle to say while we want to solve certain problems so we have data access. We get to the basics right in terms of solving ai province. That's where we do need the data to power our decisions so when we don't have these elements in place. Then you started seeing. It's going to be a lot of discussion talks unless of action going on. Yeah and so you said you're talking about companies building this. Ai team that can kind of modernize the whole organization some people or maybe putting this under the bucket of ai center of excellence. If you will as kind of a concept do you see this sort of up front talking. Hey do we even have access. The data do even have any subject matter experts. We can really dedicate to this particular very complicated problem over the course of this project. These these very important questions. Do you still see these being asked kind of retrospectively or you see companies. I know you're mostly in the financial services space. Do you see companies being a little bit more proactive about understanding. These needs upfront. Now compared to a year ago. I still see like thanks. Likes being operated lightning different lakes of ways and so it's really diverted still area. I've seen companies who had some success in this area but i've also seen cases which is completely failure so after some time the company decided that we don't want essentially ait. Let everybody team figure out their own agenda and so you see it very calm as well and if you look at the news report there are talks discussions about. Maybe it's a bad idea to bring essentially as a team. The highest syria rates is the head of any organization so this boy sounds several aspects. I think a critical to success. And i is reading when i talk about alignment issue there. Is everybody align for the i team to solve specific province and get started with that. Guess thought it was probably saw me attitude and everybody needs to be impugned into the same mode of problem solving so many times. You see this being kind of a nas upper clearly and many times executive team bringing various joel. Ai team in place. Just leave them. All and on the i team. That is one or one value of mike on to provide the business unit is also wondering what manny we get from. The i team masonic going off doing different things in the communist state. For example we saw is a i team building a grand like sort of the mission to say well. Let's start building a common interest gesture for everyone for everyone doing ouattara at the same time they really don't understand the business pains how they work and started setting up a common infrastructure. This is what we see very common everyday taking a very ambitious goal. I want to one infrastructure for the centralize et emission and business paints. Were business. Do not see shotton badly coming from this kind of a organization which is a lot of talent and this you struggle with their business province. And i'm so that's a clear gap and between kind of leveraging to sol problem because everybody feels there's a different a pass to what it one is longer term. What is shocked him. So i.
"xie" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Thrive or X? L I've got some tips for how you can adopt the mindset of somebody who comes out of this a much better person. Doctor. When you want today. Four of I am 44 stimulating talk. Heart radius, more violating ultra files to the email. Try to send it to my center as a PC and the comments do not show up. Yeah, that's because they're on Lee on your Mac. They're not anywhere else. So you have me tell Mel Blanc Kenobi. So there it is possible to put comments in a photo so that they stay with it, And it has to go in the extended information portion of the file the e X E. F And that's you know, For instance, when you take a picture with a camera Whether it's a smartphone or a point in shooter, even a fancy pro camera. It will write information about the date and time of capture. The lens used the camera using all that stuff into the exit E x E F and that sticks with the photo. Sometimes we were embarrassed that it sticks to the photo. If your camera, for instance, has GPS it'll put the exact location. You took it. Some people don't think so. Eh, So all of that is where you want to put the information. So what you want to use instead of using the finder? Which is what you're doing when you do to get in for you're doing in the finder. You want to do it in something that will store it in the e X i f portion of it. Are you using Are you in Apple photos? Is that what you're using? Or you just look you just looking at in the finder. You're double clicking and opens in preview doing well, and I just highlight at once and go. Go's understand those notes that you put in there and info are really saved in the Mac file system. Only they're not attached. You can actually do that. So you're using the preview app to look at the photo. Yeah. Okay. So you can says there are other under an hour. There are many that that's why I asked what you were using. You can use photos, too. But you like preview, So let's use preview. There's nothing wrong with that preview will allow you to add persistent Xie for information, So that's where you want to do it instead of in the finder, doing get info. That's only for you. That's not that's not going to preserve it for anybody else. I love this idea. You may you know previews. If you don't mind going one Z Tuesday and doing this, you could do it in preview. Um That, in fact line on Wednesday to see if his little stick and display on a PC? Yeah, will cause is putting in a industry standard. If format called E X E F and the way you do it in preview I'm just looking at my preview menu. You can do command I to get info Justus you do in the finder, but instead of doing it in the finder, do it inside preview, And when you add it in phone, preview it, saving it. I guess command eyes, the inspector and then your saving it in the inspector. And you'll see that there's already information there about creation date image size and so forth. Yeah, and then you see, there's a little pen right? And in the pen, you can add information that way. I don't see a little pin. It's always all the way on the right. I don't think this is the most easy way to do it. But it does. Since you're already in preview previewing it. You can use it to do it there. My suggestion is Get a program that's designed to make it easy. We used to recommend a great program from Google called Picasa, but there are other exits. Editors. You can find on.
"xie" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"With with with your doctor and again you're differentiating recreational versus medical use I think I'm recalling one of your favorite slogans or sayings you don't pull your own teeth still not with this are you going to get some of the adverse effects which yeah which you from head to toe just like this covert nineteen which literally can damage every organ in your body in the severe form yep all right here's a question about using drugs here are the cardiologists here so let's talk about what you normally would prescribe me see people that have advanced heart failure and they're at risk of dying do you treat them differently than you see then you treat someone who has perhaps the might have the vulnerability to it but hasn't got a serious case well there is some good hopeful news in heart failure which can be in many a deadly disease it really is a deadly disease and the hearts of pomp and there's basically two types of heart failure one is where the pump can't compress a it has a very loose ability to squeeze and then there's another kind of heart failure where the heart actually squeeze as well but it doesn't relax well to fill with blood in the type of heart failure where the squeeze is very weak we call this a low ejection fraction there's some real hope if you have this kind of heart failure you want to ask your doctor about two new drugs especially this Farxiga F. A. R. Xie Jie it's a diabetes drug but even when you don't have diabetes it helps and you want to combine it with a new drug it's not brand new but he's pretty new called Entresto the problem is there's no generics for either one but if you have weak heart heart failure ask your doctor about these two new drugs Entresto and Farxiga I am interested to see.
"xie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Not being able to order John got a van the great day for me that is the principle of resistance against the the rulers the kings which are ECC team good gays the will of god identified as a troublemaker by the authorities Laszlo Turkish's bishop tried to move him to a quiet country parish where he'd have less influence at the beginning of nineteen eighty nine but took cash refused to go he recorded an interview for Hungarian TV in secret calling for change when it was broadcast in July it was picked up by news channels around the world his situation then became very dangerous a retired this into a voluntary Xie in my house I did not leave my house at told it was very dangerous to go while with you good to be kidnapped the authorities had suspended his pay and cuts off his power lines his wife he did was pregnant and the couple relied on food and supplies brought by loyal permission is four months but change was already sweeping across Europe in November nineteen eighty nine the Berlin Wall fell one by one communist governments with collapsing or reforming except in Romania on December the fifteenth favoring his imminent arrest locals formed a human chain around pasta Turkish's house began to get that around to my church more and more people together in the crowd more than a hundred mainly ethnic Hungarians judgment but joining them many more ethnic Rumanians standing in solidarity the work the last thing god that he will not abandon us so the the to stand up the gays the ones to us the date that he we were totally unite the spirit of brotherhood between or the cities on civil mania was full and.
"xie" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The other major story which would be top three in the country right now Jeffrey F. T. might be but the impeachment overwhelming all that it's about his own personal journey and this is in the hashtag me to movement of proving his innocence so professor right now we're watching week two day three and we found out a couple of things we found out that Jen minutes somebody they're not touching his integrity however they did bring up the fact that he did get a job offer from the Ukrainian government well I don't get accepted and he's a loyal American and he's one of the most grateful Americans imaginable his life in the Soviet Union was horrible I know I represented Soviet Jews I was the lawyer for refusing Xie if he had been older I probably would have represented him and so I have only the greatest respect for him and what his family did bring him to America you know getting a job offer of it depends on what the offer wasn't whether you accept it about twenty minutes ago there was a little bit of a confrontation as Devin newness were closer and closer to unmasking the identity of the whistle blower because it's clear that lieutenant colonel knows who it is I want you here the exchange and tell me to cut thirty seven what agencies were these officials with department of state department of state Deputy Assistant Secretary George can't who is responsible for the the the portfolio hi Eastern Europe including Ukraine and a individual from the office of it individuals within the intelligence community a what as you know the intelligence community has seventeen different agencies what agency was this.
The Allure of the Roadtrip: Building Towable Tiny Houses with Author Chris Schapdick
"I'm curious if we just art with with your kind of personal story you know what brought you to the tiny house movement and then what what made you decide to become an Tiny house builder yeah it's well it's it's as with most things in life they very often happens sort of by accident not slants sort of way and it's it's the same thing for me really I I was going back like about five six years I was a father a nine year old girl living at New York City in Berry league populated suburbia here and I kind of regretted that my daughter wasn't really getting a lot of Serb exposure due to to nature and two things that I don as a kid camping fishing hiking these sorts of things so I started thinking about that more more and I decided to buy a piece of land North York City with the idea that we would go up there we would can for something that would be a place to Kinda destination for the two of us in the one thing led to another it was right around that time that I found H. Schafer's Tiny House spoke and that kind of intrigued May and then I started going online and I found tiny houses they were b Ah Goto at the time you know if you go back a couple of years there weren't that many companies doing this sort of thing and and yeah and and suv this idea of having a place to go Kim kind of evolved into well would've built cabin there or something like that better and Yeah let's go another in Iowa wound up deciding on a tiny house and building a tiny house I'd did for a a shell build from tumbleweed folks since it was a little intimidated with doing all the framing and roofing and things like that myself are so the offered what was called an Army Amish Orrin Razor and I went with that and yet proceeded to sort of spend the next several years off and on weekends kind of finalizing that building and doing all the various things that need to be done the insulation the interior electrical plumbing and coming up with all the various decisions that to be made in that during that process as well but that's kind of like how how yeah I got for me to be talking about this wonderful tiny house upstate New York that's awesome so it's a it's a tiny house on wheels which tumbleweed model is it is the Linda Linden do that anymore but but yeah says the Linden model has nicer to foot up or on the back of it and that that appeal to me definitely so do you still you still have that tiny house absolutely yes great that's great so you you finished out the tumbleweed one then what what was the next step to saying I want to do this for other people yeah yeah so when I finished the house into a tiny house showed that was taking place in North Jersey I'd never really intended to to take the house you know ability to travel with you know it was really built to to to fill the purpose that interest described but this show was taking place that was like well you know what Lake with slips get more involved in the community because I you know I enjoy this let's let's get together with some other like minded people and it wasn't too far away spend sixty mile drive you know my my truck was up to the task of towing it there and I went to the tiny show was really I didn't know what to expect quite frankly and during the course of building the house maybe ten people got to see it you're tired on this one weekend ad like three or four thousand people trek through the House and in just the feedback and be the positive reception that I got from people in them and the kind words that they had from the House of what I've done is really just very socially overwhelming for me and it gave me a little bit of pause and I thought well I don't ever get this kind of reward or feedback from the five job you know I go in there stangeland during paid but I'm like crunching numbers on a spreadsheet writing emails that is not very fulfilling this weekend blatantly was had me kind of reconsider yeah Lord aspects of my life at that point wow that's huge yeah I guess when you're you know working nine to five which which I did for while as well nobody like treats your work as like something amazing and Special Lake worth worth congratulating but I guess in the tiny swirled because everything can be so unique everything kind of reflects the builder or the client or both there is the opportunity to it's really impact people with with the work that you do yeah absolutely not I couldn't agree more and and that houses is really just an extension of who I am exactly like what you're describing is it's such a personal thing when in our lives do we really have that opportunity ninety to create something like that that's such an expression for we are what we hold the import so forth so what was the first what was that well I guess what was the second tiny house you built after your your personal house yeah so the second time he asked us kind of funny because the first tiny house great reception I was like that was awesome i WanNa do this again Xie House show that wasn't so conveniently located that I could just kind of drag my house to it goes down in Florida like okay we'll Matt telling my ten thousand power house for New York to Florida unrealistic so we'll have a way how do I get to have this experience again build another tiny house and that's when I started building sort of the smaller more mobile of Artaud Gypsy wagon types pictures and they put that second tiny house together in a matter of like six weeks the first five years Bill Amazon took six weeks in and off the floor and I went and it was it was really just a desire to continue to be part of the community and Environment yeah so was that the Gypsy wagon yes gypsy wagon bill but I did nice and did you did you sell that house the Florida show did not sell it at the Florida Show I subsequently sold it but but it was yeah it was something that the second I'm bill was something that I wanted to reduce I'd I'd already started thinking about continuing to build these and building four of them for for bull so as part of that process what I built the press gypsy wagon I documented the entire build I was taking a look let me do online floors or something like that ultimately it while the apartment struggles dot com and I got a lot of Nice feedback there and again that my point there was really to make money with it or whatever it was just something that I did at pure enjoyment and and and the whole so you know helping others do something similar yeah and I love I love that you put this up on instructive holes and you know that website I feel like it was really big in the like maybe like late audits early tens it's a wonderful resource like people post so many cool projects up there and like you've got a step by step basically set of instructions for how to build a Gypsy wagon now I'm curious now that you've built several more tiny houses what are some things on that Gypsy wagon that that you would do differently well you know one thing that's always been tricky as working with wood and especially when you're working with plywood which is kind of be the exterior shell is Jesse wagons the process of ceiling that would and protecting it from the what's is such a is such an important stab and it's it's tricky right because there's those sugars a lot of like sort of green grade policies but you want to use the environmentally friendly products ideally worry about things like allergies off gas and people have sensitivities those types of things so that's that's kind of that was a struggle right out of the gate some extended like continues to be one where I try to be like very thorough. CNN ceiling this this this plywood is something that it always found to be a bit of a struggle
"xie" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"They shouldn't have to click a chrome extension every time they want to go to the bathroom like there's very low hanging fruit here that would turn these jobs from something that I could never imagine myself doing too, at least something that I could imagine myself doing for a year, you know. So I think that if we'd like cast the debate around treating people better and supporting them more. I mean Facebook had record profits in its last. Quarter of this is not something that is going to put the squeeze on their future growth. It might even let them grow faster. If people felt better about using the platform because they knew that they were taking care of all of their employees. Not just like the fulltime ones in Menlo Park. That's a totally fair and coherent viewpoint. You don't really think that Facebook is going to do that though. Right. Like, I feel like there's an inherent like tone and most of the writing about this that you wouldn't like bet on these situations improving. I'm going to keep reading about it. I mean like this is the perfect opportunity for journalism. Yeah. To me, there's an obvious injustice. There's an unless supply of stories like the ones that I told, you know, story is based on interviews with seven people, and they have fifteen thousand moderators around the world, right? I'm still doing this reporting. I'm still finding out things that are blowing my mind, and there's just gonna be a wave of stories. I'm contacted every day. But now by journalists around the world saying, hey, do you know, any moderators in France? Do you know any moderators Norway? People are really waking up to the scale of this industry. And how different it has turned out to be than I think any of us thought. So I just see it as this amazing opportunity for journalism to do what it does best. Can I ask you about the reporting of that story? So this company that runs a Facebook moderation site is not Facebook. It's something or other hot cognizant. And it's one of maybe a large handful of companies that do it for Facebook classic business name for this. That also sounds like it's the fake business and Bovey about this topic. Can wait one quick fake business thing is that the craziest poster which I think it's in the story. But the craziest poster that I saw the site says, cognizant empathy at scale. That's like the most black mirror in. Yeah. So like, what are the challenges of reporting on Facebook? But it's not Facebook. It's cognizant. Yeah. I mean, there are a couple of challenges on the Facebook front Facebook hires Xie people to track down leakers, and they're very good at their jobs. Right. And so anybody who wants to talk to me internally at Facebook. Without permission is absolutely put in their job at risk. And like if they are not very careful. I mean, you know, they could be fired the day they contact me. So I mean that stuff have you had sources outed before. I'm I don't wanna talk about that. Honestly. But going back to the Coggins in. Yeah. Something like that could never happen at cognizant. Well, the problem with writing about the contractors is that they sign these nondisclosure agreements and the NDA's have some good aspects to them, right? They compel the moderators not to like share our personal information. If they happen upon something about us. So that's a good thing. But then of course, it also makes them feel more isolated they feel like they can't even tell their friends and family members about what's going on. And so yeah, like when the first person got in touch with me there were newsletter reader, by the way, and where we hopped on the phone like the first thing, we did was I kind of talk about the security, and like what we were going to do to, you know, manage their privacy. Do you look at the newsletter as like a way to find new sources? That's why started on because you know, I was on the Facebook beat for a while twenty sixteen happened. I honestly had no idea what to do for the first eight months after twenty sixteen like if you look at a lot of the work that I've done up into that point..
"xie" Discussed on WTRH
"Biblical hope and practical help I'm Roger manning here with author and speaker June hunt. So someone says to you I believe in Jesus, and and I saved, but how do I know that I'm safe and what I always tell them when they asked me that. And they say pastor I want to be baptized him. And I say well show me the secret handshake. You should see the looks on their face. Yeah. You need the password in the secret handshake. But no that isn't true question. And you're going to be teaching about salvation this Friday and Saturday at a biblical counseling intensive we'll tell you all about that in just a moment. But what is the answer to that? How do you know? That's everybody asks that I've asked it myself. Well, I remember years ago. I had a a bible study in my home. And there was a man who started coming his name must taxi te'o Xie, and he'd been in the navy. He'd come out of the navy, and he was attending. The bible study class that I was doing and. The only time I think I can never remember doing this as a civil why don't we see about us, preparing your how do you share your your story, your your salvation story, and and to reach other people, and so I hit everybody turn in whatever. Would be their story. And I started re reading okay. He actually was a pasture son. And then he goes off from high school at some time, maybe after graduation from high school, and he said I lived like the devil for the next twenty years. I'm going. So. I call I call him on the phone. I said toxic. Could we could we talk about your? Your message of your life. And so he said sure so he comes and here, we are at my home. A said I've noticed this. I said I'll tell you what you said. The navy live like the devil came out of the navy and start tending this class. And he said, yes. Upset exactly right. I said well what I like to do. And I I said I'd like to read some passages to you. I just wanna think ask what you think about these versus. And so I took the book of I John why? Because the book I John says, well, it it. It communicates. How you know you have eternal life. That's what it says in first John five thirteen the whole book of the bible of of this particular book is to let you know, you have eternal life. So. I began to read these versus a said. And I read them out loud. I said I John two. I three says we know that we have come to know him is k ano- w know him if we obey his command. I John two five and six anyone who will basis word love is truly make completed him. This is how we know we are in him whoever claims to live in him. That means in Christ must walk as Jesus did. Again, that were no this how we know. We are in Christ. I John two twenty nine if you know that he is righteous. You know that everyone who does what is right has been born of him. I John two twenty nine. I John three six no one who lives in ham keeps on sending. No one who continues to sin has either seen him are known him at that point, he stopped. He said what? Because all of these. I haven't got through the list he said, well, if that's true, I'm not a Christian. And I'll let the word of God convict him because you see for him to live like the devil. There's something wrong. Because if you are the bible says if anyone is in Christ that person's new creation all things pass away. All things become new. He said after he went off to the navy from that point on for twenty some odd years. You know, he he lived like the devil. Well, that's not consistent with authentic Christianity. True change off. It's not that you're Senlis, but you do send less and less, and he was saying he said, more and more and more. And by the way,.
"xie" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"He appears to be follow the advice of his lawyers and his lawyers are saying the right thing as far as we know they're doing the right thing they're cooperating with the investigation instead of stonewaller and saying they're not talking about firing rubber muller right now meantime the presence he pointed out is active on twitter criticizing his on justice for i wanna show up the tweet right there everybody's asking why they just hormones the fbi isn't looking to all the dishonesty going on with crooked hillary and the dams and ray after that are giancarlo asked the president about it well you fire jeff sessions justice department doesn't take accurately know no not involved with the justice department i'd like to let it run itself but honestly they should be looking at the democrats they should be looking at all of that dishonesty they should be looking at a lot of things and a lot of people are disappointed in the justice department including me police jordan have the present on his own justice department like that preach andy xie is he crossing the line i getting revolved he's cross alana number times it is a terrible thing for a president in this country to tell his justice department who investigate who to prosecute and who to keep their hands off up and we have evidence of at two on the flip side of the coin we had evidence but he told you i'm coming to back off on my clint and ask jeff sessions potentially tobacco off on jor pyo and both of those things i think are terrible for the rule of law in this country you mentioned mike flynn general flynn gotta believe that he has similar kinds of issues as paul manafort not have not matching money let me but we know report reporting of his.
"xie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"But it's hard to compare different eras had slack compared to the old yankees to present day tame uh old yankees april one big people year after year after year and uh issue it's a different game same thing with football where you go to they held thanks to a little differently coats shaven as he is all coaches owners grab certain coaches and i forgive what you call them but a bail however assumpico beer paek said cochin xie no we will be working at alabama as a lame no like they call them analysts cochair may have a and pull alors i didn't even know what dead ward wars one else coaching that's that's an advantage when you when you well number one i i thank you for coming on and most important even more important than that so we wish you good health and stay well coach in that's always it's always such a pleasure in an honor to talk to you what paul has been my pleasure and then uh hope you have a good hearing louie i hope our prayers growth before law i hope so i always enjoy seeing he well coach okay thanks to paul what an honor gene stolen just off of being honoured at kyle sealed the other day in just truly one of the greatest people greatest man that's ever been in this profession we'll take a short break back with your phone calls back with more computer execute twelve point four p operation optimizing algorithm fronting encryption packet allfirst night when i uh i don't feel so good what what is a computer is it hot in here it feels hot in here i feel a little clamming i should like down or something a computer with a virus surprising what's not surprising how much you could save by switching to guy cow those oysters rockefeller for a mistake geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more laura here and i hope you folks uh.
"xie" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"xie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of expectation angie that we would see a little bit of pressure on some of those tech heavy ah benchmarks like the cosby and also the thai xie x not up and running yet but we will be watching at the end if you look at tokyo we see also some losses air about a half of one percent so there's definitely a little bit of nervousness year but we're not seeing a really sharp selling as if yet and in new zealand cash market there's been open for a while and we've got gains of about ten point two so up about a tenth of one percent and the reason i say there's not a lot of anxiety is we've been watching in some of these risk averse indicators like gold the dollaryen dahlia one ten twenty nine so little movement their goal to actually lower down two dollars in ten cents and looking at the yield on 10year treasury two point two zero percent so if you're watching up that had also stock futures in the united states right now s p the in any futures down just a couple of points so down about a tenth of one percent will keep an eye in these markets and the cnn's the offshore at six seventy eight sixty six angie yeah no doubt because investors will be keeping a close eye and tech stocks after that big seller friday brian and no from goldman sachs warned low volatility could be blinding investors too risk bloomberg's michael wigan says the concern could continue their risk of this overcrowded trade and that's the word people just did not want to here on wall street or not one of the crowd a trade because what did on wines that tends to be sort of fast and furious yes fastened fears indeed apple led the decliners friday falling three point seven percent microsoft google amazon and facebook all fell more than one percent yes some of the parts of that note interesting to about the possibility that technology companies will be facing a lot more regulation perhaps in the future and that's not something that we've actually focused on too much here late well it is fed week this week with the fed widely expected to raise interest rates when it wraps up its policy meeting wednesday in washington but kumar paula god whose janice henderson investors global head of fixedincome.
"xie" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"Just remember that what i find really disturbing is the is the reaction from a lot of the leaders including theresa may and again we're having these candlelight vigils we stand unify with them what is all that mean what what are these leaders gonna do to protect these people going forward it's got to be more than candlelight vigils they gotta take some serious offensive action instead of this reaction where he gets britain's on stage orange alert or whatever the the military here and there that's all reactive is that can really do anything to protect these people from these attacks going for a meeting here in comments like you know people have europe just have to get used to this this is the new normal that's bs that's bs i've heard comments that hey america has a chance to stop this stop them stop america from becoming europe a europe europe blewett by opening their borders and letting everybody come in and not watching these people here almost finally get this clip in from from jay secular anybody want to argue tonight that we can have an executive order coming people want anybody and i want to argued that case tonight no particular countries of origin taking highlight the on that audio me to do that in the second half of the the main event stay tuned for five minutes commercials weather and traffic will be right back with you the party hi what's news michael beck wants one more day in atlanta falcon the left the falcons in disgrace indicated he wants to sign a oneday contract inefficiently retire as a falcon but has also told w xie atv that nothing official is in the works check the nfl team has also not coming in on the prospect of exciting one.