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"zun" Discussed on So, Here's My Story...

So, Here's My Story...

07:31 min | 2 months ago

"zun" Discussed on So, Here's My Story...

"What i conceived as normal so so we are you saying that the high you've had and maybe this is overdramatizing but just to make sure i'm not missing your point you're feeling like even though we're things may be changing are coming back that it won't ever feel as community community ish or hesitate or i think that i think that we'd have to work harder and look farther or defer in order to fulfill that need yet. I i've seen a lot of conversations where people are individually or organizationally Grappling with these competing needs in priorities. Where you know. I was i i ran one of my group roundtables this morning and which interestingly we did for the first time ever some of us met in person I don't know if we'll do that again. In september with school coming back and people you know. I have to close friends. was the client was close. Friend that that fully vaccinated that currently have cove it. You know in next sort of a little bit of a shock about it's feeling a little more trepidation about spending hours in a small conference group with full Certainly will do that but we did it. Then in some people did not come in person. They were hybrid so a hybrid thing where some of us were there some of us on the screen and it worked just fine but a lot of the people in the room were so happy to be back in person and i. I had some mixed feelings about it. Part of it felt better to be back but it didn't feel the way it used to feel to be in person and not because people were on online. It's yeah it's just. I don't have a point here exactly just that. It feels like we're in kind of a discerning figuring in. Oh i'm sorry. But the point. I was going to make their was. It came up several times. Where a couple of business owners were saying. You know part of them really wanted people back in the office. For all the reasons you're saying in that sense of like being a sense of community sense of being part of a team a little bit more in some ways But then also realizing that that like. You can't do that and have this full flexibility of when and where and how you and it's funny even this like that thing ended eleven thirty and you and i were scheduled at twelve. I didn't think about the fact that at the time we scheduled it that we were doing that in person and so i had to scramble to get back here in time. 'cause i i've gotten used to not having of having so much more of my day because i don't have to drive places so i have a lot more hours to spend on things that matter to me. 'cause i'm not driving places and whatnot and so it's like gosh. I'm community but gosh. I don't want to give up our sitting in a car driving places i i think. It's an interesting kind of puzzle. Maybe who you know had a client come in for the first meeting about a week or two ago and we were going to have a follow up and so i sent him an outlook invitation. I sent him zun lang. And then i realized that with zoom because when i reset it you needed a prompt to get in and i had to admit them for the waiting room so i sent him an email like ten minutes before it's supposed to meet l. I forgot in case you're prompted. Here's the prompt to get in. And i'll admit you to the email and he. He texted back. he goes I'm in the parking lot and i was. Oh here and we were talking about the because although i did send them. Zoom like our previous conversations and correspondence would be a follow up meeting. I was thinking of a meeting through just because that's my default right this well that that's a whole other topic. That is really funny because it used to be in person was the default. Like you would not just presume that you're going to be on zoom and we went through a period of time where the only way to meet was via some sort of virtual methodologies. You just assume that was the case and now you really do have to get you compared to be like oh. Are we doing this in person or are we doing this. You probably do have to check in because it could go either way and it's it's in were you. Were you there were you. There wasn't dressed like a lawyer. But you're you're gonna see my jammies and play where we could still do. Zoom could stay in the parking lot now not stupid lady although hysterically i've had so there's more during the height of covert at my husband's office. They couldn't none of their conference rooms. Were big enough to distanced from people so for some of their meetings. They were each sitting at their desks. And they they figured their way around that relatively quickly but it happened a couple of times and he was just like that. You just feel a special kind of ridiculous like sitting. Either women do are active case meetings but if somebody is not able to make it so one of us happens to be on zoom than we all go to our separate offices. We're all zoom because of the dynamics the way it works so airplane that is that his which does lead you to a weird thing. Because then you're like okay. Well thanks. i'll talk to you later. But for some of those people it means. I'm going to see you right. When i step outside my and saying you know whatever but the point really is that i don't think i don't think the logistics of the same and i don't think that the sense of fulfillment or the sense of connection is the same as it had been and i the way i think about it is that i was perfectly fine when i thought of the kobe. Quarantine is temporary one. What has me more up in. Air is the fact that i've come to the realization that i don't know what the normal is going to be that they're still going to be not just in terms of office hours but in terms of other people being hesitant to meet up at all anytime. It's not just a when this is over. Then we'll get back to our regular routine of having coffees and having this or having that it's just some people saying now you know whether it's delta variant or lambda variant or whatever comes down the pike now in the sense of the permanent nature Several might become a society. That just doesn't get together in person is that will i know are being a little bit dramatic in the statements but as much so than what it makes me think about is hell am going to maximize that. What am i express. Oh shocks of immunity that that will take me through the longer periods when.

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"zun" Discussed on The Test Drivers

The Test Drivers

05:28 min | 4 months ago

"zun" Discussed on The Test Drivers

"It's the way teams of people to come together but yeah like basically every other tool during the pandemic go up ended right. Zun was the same right. Like zoom was Richer communications platform and now people use it and they use teams and they used a sinks to grab their families together for cocktail evening and definitely looking at the way that teams was integrated in the way that you should altering the presentation as a lot of emotion. Those families do you envision going forward teams as much as a personal communication platform as a professional one hundred percent. You nailed it and actually nobody. Nobody could have said it better than you just did you you. I'm serious. you referenced. The history i was impressive like yeah but what did we learn through. The pandemic shirt started as a business tool in many ways but ultimately you know in connecting meetings finding way but now that evolution so important this is this is what we're talking about. I so the answer is yes absolutely hundred percent like. Let's connect as people enact you think about the customers of windows are so many different ways to slice it and think about it whether you're commercial enterprise school End user developer. You know pick your persona at the end of the day connecting people as it and now it's in a more personal level if you will. It doesn't have to be tied to business. It doesn't have to be tied to work just has to be tied to another human and or multiple and the depth of teens platform shows up but as well its simplicity. In in in the way it's you know kind of instituted within windows now so another one of the big things that was really kind of brought up in the event is the idea of windows as an open platform which has always been the case. I don't think this is like news to anyone. That like windows is sort of the most open place..

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Prepare To Work Hard and Find Your Niche with Rebecca Smith

Yeah, She's Driven

07:33 min | 8 months ago

Prepare To Work Hard and Find Your Niche with Rebecca Smith

"Let's talk about what who you are how you got online and what your favorite platforms are. So let's start there. yes. I'm originally from england. I came to america. Twenty two to get my commercial pilot's license. Because i thought that was how is gonna travel around the world but it turns out when you get you commercial pilot's license. You don't get to go to bali short trip so hang on a second. This isn't quite what i signed up for. But i did my training in long beach and i grew up watching laguna hills on mtv. And i was like one day lauren. Conrad and i'm gonna drive down h. And i'm going to be in my convertible. We're gonna have lunch together. And so. I always have that vision of wanting to live in southern california. I didn't realize that a pilot's license was going to be the thing that got me here. But when i got here i fell in love and i didn't end up becoming a pilot. I got my whole license but came to america on an old one visa and started to go jobs like this. British jackson turns out a lot of british people. Thinking the same thing in la special. But i did go for an audition to be on a youtube channel and that was probably about ten years ago now nine ten years ago and i got the audition and i found out that my one talent in life is talking and working out at the same time. I can do that all day long. So i started working for a channel on youtube. Grew it to like three million subscribers. We eighteen months. I got paid forty dollars per episode but it was just the excitement of being part of youtube and it was workout videos. And i found something that i knew. This was my thing after about a year and a half. They decided they didn't want to film anymore. I didn't understand why no problem and it took me about a year and a half to get my confidence to fill my own channel and have my own videos now. Been doing that for coming on six seven years. I've got my own fitness that we have a pocus. I just had a best selling book and life is great. But it's really been a lot of grit determination and hard work. But now i'm in a place. Where just loving life and just enjoying everything that's happening so talk to us about the. What is the team. Look like to be able to build videos and editing and all that stuff. What does that look like when you when you start when somebody says okay. I want to assemble cheang because nobody talks about the team. The talking about you should do this. Here's the tactics. let's start there. I love that question. And it's so funny because i think it's always something that i'm working on so i do have a team now but when i'm very first study doing youtube and i still have my camera like a souvenir i had one hundred and fifty dollar sony camera setup on a tripod and i would shoot myself and i had the camera and i didn't realize until about six months later that you could flip the camera so that you can actually see yourself so no joke i would get into the show. I would do my jumping. Jacks put my arms in the air go round replay double check that i was in frame and then go back again. Yes you guys were always learning. So there's a war you if you have a flip camera that you can actually build meals but we didn't have fancy iphones back then. So this hundred and fifty dollars. Sony camera and then as i started to get more things coming on i would have insurance and are actually find people of craigslist. That's where i found most of my employees. Because i have much money at the beginning to help so i started to get people who would do things like my cleaning and my laundry so that i could spend time on that so it was like. Where can i navigate my time. Where is it best spent. And what can i delegate to other people with the money that i have like that sits like what do you have and use that phospholipids. Six years of having this company. I now have a full app team. I have somebody that does my emails. I have a chief business officer. I have a video an editor a personal assistant. Somebody puts all the input in the app. And has that runs my social media and mound. My mom is also working for me. So like i have like nine ten people that a part of my team but at the beginning i did everything i edited did. The blogs did the calendar. Absolutely everything and as things got better. I've been able to bring more people on at a different level. So okay she craigslist. So what did you do run on ad on craigslist. Or he just started surfing people on the job descriptions and setting the messages in. How did you know even how to lead them. You know what i mean like. That's like all right now. we're i. This was hilarious. This more. No kidding this is talk about the flip. The camera thing. I had the flip the camera moment this morning. I'm driving down the street. And i own a virtual system company fifty voice. Okay i own want. And i literally. I'm driving down the street. And i'm talking to the woman who is running dot company. 'cause i don't run that company at all. I have one meeting a week. And i don't run the company and i said wait a minute as a as a running strategy for that committed. Why is my company. The other company hardcore business. Why are we looking for social media. People to post are to put my social media. Team is like all of a sudden decide to be trainers and they're all gone right and there's all happened like the last six weeks and so i find myself postings or outdated like eight figure company and i'm back to posting right and i go. Why am i looking for a virtual assistant. Why don't you go find me. Virtual system works. That would be great for this job and so you know sometimes the common sense is in common and you know one of the things i think you probably develop skills on is like Like okay we find them on craigslist or wherever. And how do you get over the hump of not knowing how to lead them or what to ask them to do so for me. I've done everything in my business. So i knew how to set up even the web stuff. I knew how to write a blog. I learned all the skills myself then. I put an ad out honestly. It was for like an intern. Like hey social media person needs how with you know inputting blogs or whatever was the i was doing. I basically wrote my own job description of what i needed. Help with like you need any experience because at the time the people that i was hiring work. Twenty twenty one twenty two. Because i couldn't afford to pay them. You know somebody who was thirty five and had ten years of experience in like managing a team. So i like she learned all the skills myself i would put an ad out and then i would meet them nor at my house but like a nice cafe because it looked better right. So i do these interviews and i have interviewed. I've really got it down. At the beginning. I was interviewing like ten fifteen people a day for two days straight instead of just doing a quick zun things like oh. It's right in front of us. Why don't you just young paul with them because you know in the first i believe ten seconds if this is going to be the right person for you like with. It's just a feeling and for me. It didn't matter about how much experience they had. It was if i liked you and if we connected and if we gelled so like great i like you. You're a cool person. I'm gonna have you come in and then we're going to do an internship so for a couple of weeks just to see if you've got it and you know we're right fit. I'm gonna teach you these skills that i know. Then y'all gonna do it tell. Show tried to tell them what to do. Show them how to do it with them. Let go off and do it themselves and so we just things that i knew to how to teach them and you know this was thanks to a made and things always perfect. But it's better to have people doing eighty percents of you rather than to do absolutely everything because you never be out of scale and you won't be able to

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"zun" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

03:57 min | 10 months ago

"zun" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

"So that's got its own story behind it. So what was it like. Working at microsoft was that pretty. Was it pretty crazy. I was actually a great experience. I i was brought in specifically to work on on the the zun product. Zun had long the music service and it was just a service. No i actually launched with a device as well as software so similar. It's the sinking go. It was Client software for the content in it and then and it would make correct. Yeah so became up with an mp three player that I will launch before. I actually joined the company so it was i. I joined just prior to the launch of the zone to okay and and the dune to was when they were going to act podcast support so it was the second content area that they were gonna to add to the platform and then after they launched podcast and they they. They had me helped launch the tv store in the platform. So offering ramps. So i i work with abc nbc. All those major you know the the viacom channels and things like that to to get video content. Tv shows and things like that into the platform. So i was doing both podcasting and video store to launch the zun platform back those days so i was there from about two thousand seven to about two thousand fourteen so i was. Yeah wow mid thousands. Yeah so in a casting out to windows. Media center had video podcasts and windows media center. So i managed all that and then i also had the podcast sexually evolve and move over to windows phone before i left the current the more current version of windows phone so actually the the current version of windows phone has a has a built in podcast app. That's built into the platform and that that was designed just prior to me leaving the company and because the zun got absorbed by xbox and so the the zun kinda back in catalog eventually xbox shut it down and that's their own thing. Yeah yeah and and so. The app that currently exists on windows phone today doesn't have a cadillac behind it. It does us very on being defined podcasts. Oh wow so. And i. I left after that to go to work for podcast one down in los angeles so i did that for for year. I'm back and forth to los angeles to to work with podcast one and that was in two thousand and fourteen which was basically the renaissance right. Yes worth worth renaissance. Podcast sounds well. That was wasn't that the year that the serial went crazy. It was right and it's it's good does actually a really good year for podcasting..

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Coronavirus Vaccine: Race for a Covid-19 Cure

Bloomberg Best

01:41 min | 11 months ago

Coronavirus Vaccine: Race for a Covid-19 Cure

"Now the race for a vaccine was part of a discussion that I moderated from our recent Bloomberg New economy form a panel. It really looked at how the world can ensure that we never ever have another catastrophe like Covad 19. That panel was with Stefan Bonsall, chief executive officer at Madonna. Regina Dugan CEO it welcome Leap, and Dr Wu Zun Yo, chief epidemiologist at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention. We began by hearing from a Dernis CEO. On their vaccine. We announce that the first experiment disease or face pre study To study your 50,000 participants. So the most 95% because see, but the piece of experience more excited is the fact that off 11 equal with severe disease. They were all of those people were no on the vaccine. And so if you think about it, what does that mean? I mean that once we get the final data, we should be able to see this is confident that if you get over thing 95% chance of you know this news. And if you get is easy with my symptoms. We need not have cereal this season that we know that that's what he's been a big impact in terms off hospitalization for patient with the worst. I seen you professionally in the world's there. It will be impacted has had, but only in human life, of course, but on the mental health on the economy. We think this could be a game changer. And so what we're doing now is the thing the final data or locked up. Submitting these regret origins is there on the world. And hopefully I will be getting the vaccine approving the emergency use before the end of the year. We're making us much Philip this week, and then we said we'd have before me in a very expensive meat, and those is Ready to ship as soon as we have rigged artery

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"zun" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"zun" Discussed on Dead America

"Walk you stay home in Zun these are our alternatives. That's the way we have to go, and we have to push that very quickly in the next five years we go from one and a half percent of electric cars to say ten percent I next year to twenty percent. By the following year you understand this is a major revolution that lies ahead of us and it has to be pushed by knowledgeable consumers, and that is what our future looks like or not. If you don't wish to do that. You stay in the twentieth century where we are now because as long as fossil fuel driving cars running around we haven't entered the twenty first century awesome interview and I can't wait for you to hear that full interview. Tune in on November eighteenth for Dr Twyla Dell's interview in its entirety and we've got so many more that we are working on right now to bring to you in later episodes. Make. Sure. You tune in next week right here dead America. For an exciting episode..

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Back To School For Chicago Public School Students

The Opening Bell

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Back To School For Chicago Public School Students

"Day day two two of of the the new new school school year year in in Chicago Chicago with with remote remote learning learning for for public public school school students students WG WG as as grand grand marshal marshal reports reports from from CPS CPS headquarters headquarters this morning on how Dae won went. We spoke to one educator. He said that Teaching this you is like becoming a first year teacher all over again, and that's what's happening with the learning on top of trying to do this with 350,000 students, but one thing that was important for the school year with technology since remote learning is scheduled for the first quarter of the school year, CPS said they handed out around 128,000 devices that would help students. They also offer free high speed Internet for families that qualified Still, that didn't stop frustrations coming from parents about issues with Dylan with Internet problem. Ana Zun call yesterday the Chicago Teachers Union talked about how lack of supplies could affect the school year. The superintendent of CPS Says those who still have issues with unreliable Internet access are encouraged to teach from their classrooms. Some teachers say that is not an option because of health concerns.

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When Will Stage 4 Restrictions Start to Shift the Needle in Melbourne?

Coronacast

02:08 min | 1 year ago

When Will Stage 4 Restrictions Start to Shift the Needle in Melbourne?

"Still seeing a lot of cases coming through in Victoria they were more than seven hundred yesterday. Can you give us some hope when are we going to start seeing stage four restrictions shift the natal where let's make? An out there prediction on corona cast. So this is Thursday. Let's say the. Movement of people were sharply reduced just today from the sound of it. It was fewer cars on the road. Five days Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday I. Reason I say five days from. Its average from of the incubation period to get symptoms as five days to add a day testing then. Well thereabouts I would say Monday, I would say, Monday you would start to see pretty dramatic reductions in the number of cases of starting to work what about the numbers of deaths that's going to lag because deaths occur late in this disease first week of your illness even if you're quite unwell is not too bad and put you fall off the cliff in the second week if you're going to fall off the cliff so we're going to see a lag in the deaths. That's why you're seeing fifteen deaths yesterday because that reflects the. Large. Numbers a week or so ago and we're going to see deaths lagging. So if we'RE RIGHT ON CORNER CAST and Monday you're starting to see a significant drop. You will see deaths continuing for a few days after that at reasonable numbers and then probably seven or eight days after the numbers of cases of declined, you'll see the deaths declining to. So your prediction is that we're going to see the daily cases dropping around Monday also, what if we died what? Then you just have to hold your water because assuming that people are Being the rules people are the streets there's minimal movement then it will work just wrong. It'll just take a little bit longer, but it could be that the rules aren't strict enough. They're going to have to tighten opportunity Zun standards. But it should. It should turn the needle I'm really hopeful. It's pretty it's pretty restrictive what they've got going in. Melbourne

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Why Microsoft wants TikTok

CNBC's Fast Money

08:32 min | 1 year ago

Why Microsoft wants TikTok

"We start off with the deal that has got wall. Street. Washington, and the World Talking Microsoft dying and acquisition of Tiktok in this comes after president trump threatened to ban the video sharing APP here in the US over security concerns the president then made an about face and gave Microsoft the go ahead to proceed with the deal shares of Microsoft rallying today. Let's get to Josh. Lipton with the very latest Josh. So Melissa President trump also weighing in here. Take a listen to what he had to say today. Would have closed down on September fifteenth unless Microsoft or somebody else's able to buy it and work out a deal inappropriate deal. So the Treasury of the. Really, the Treasury I guess you say of the United, states, gets a lot of money. So, why is Microsoft interested in Tiktok? Well, it's a wildly popular APP with one hundred, million users already here in the US engagement trends are strong and stuff that users already spent over an hour a day on the APP Tales. Patrick at emphasizes too broad reasons why he says this could make strategic sense argues Microsoft is relatively weak in consumer services with the exception of xbox live gaming service. So Co a delicate immediately become a much bigger player in consumer technology second this is a potential moneymaker in delicate monetize that big pool of fans to advertising business that the company well understands but they are. Real risks to Microsoft's history and consumer focused acquisitions is mixed from Nokia's handset business to mixture. It's live streaming service. There's also the question of focus here and Adela has concentrated on the enterprise market analysts say that has served his company very well and kept him out of that Regulatory Spotlight Melissa back to you Josh. Thank you. Josh with the latest on Microsoft tiktok cloud plowed his business that got Microsoft to where it is today. Guy Me. So if you Microsoft goes down this road of buying this business while it seems like it's the hottest property around in social media does that do Microsoft shareholders? Well? Probably Yeah I mean the market today told you absolutely yes and a lot of people say it style drift and could lead them down a bad road but you know what are we talking about in terms of price tag your I haven't seen anywhere from forty to fifty billion dollars. You probably know better than I and it's it's it's basically rounding. For Microsoft Number One and number two, the move into stock more than paid for the deal. So it's hard not to like. This Mike Real question is clearly I missed that day in college when the US Treasury gets investment banking fees on deals that are done between two companies I don't know how I missed it, but clearly, I did what? What? Exactly? How does the US Treasury come into this equation? I guess it's somewhat of rhetorical question but you know this whole thing is fascinating to me on a number of levels. But the answer, your original question I don't think it's negative Microsoft and the market today told you it's positive. I mean the order to divest is one interesting aspect of this whole affair. Then there's I mean when I read it, I immediately thought like brokers fee Harkening to Donald Trump's real estate days I don't know if he thinks he gets twenty per treasury excuse me gets twenty percent or what exactly the Treasury is GonNa get out of this whole thing Karen on one can only imagine. I have no idea. Maybe one has got. To be in this situation. It really is crazy I don't love the precedent at all. I feel like we're just sort of taunting. China to. have some sort of reciprocal response that I would imagine. We really won't like very much. So I I'm. Kind of perplexed by the whole thing and I mean I don't know what the right Fi is a. The whole thing is. That part is so crazy he did. Trump say either to Microsoft or someone else I don't know I mean. Microsoft can compete with anyone in terms of price. I don't know if there is a possibility of someone else, but I get also Microsoft which sort of want to give it a try why not money is free to them practically, I mean they have cash but if they wanted to do with dad, it's practically free to them. So I know the woman Tiktok doesn't make money, but I still think it's interesting for them to do and clearly guy pointed out the stock market or the Microsoft holders. It. bakes. Well there's two things here on the big kind of geopolitical. If you don't think that the global economy is fracturing at least into pieces than you're not paying attention because that's what the deal the precedents of this deal is number two on the Microsoft Front. I personally. Don't understand why Microsoft would want this the only thing that makes sense if they can get it at a discount because bike dances forced to divest it but I'm not sure I mean again Josh. They don't have a great history on the consumer side. I mean I'm sure guy still remembers the Zun I still have one of those that was an abject failure. Don't know what this does for them. I do it. You know you you lose focus. So for me I don't really like it but you know what? I'm not the stock market and the stock market like ten. This is exactly Brian San Love Brandon Guy. This is exactly why Microsoft wants it because they're not here because because everyone else first of all, that could be a buyer of this is is in Washington under the scrutiny of the government in terms of their social platforms or too big. This totally makes sense I mean think about the business that they just told you about in gaming an xbox and even azure and the fact that ninety percent of the market. Cap Probably is enterprise. That's the whole point. That's why you'd be going after this year to me. This is this makes a ton of sense because they're probably the only guys can step in and buy it at least with this type of ability to navigate both Washington navigate the financials and yes, they are getting it at a beaten down valuation. If you're getting this anywhere from I, don't know seven eight to ten times. Where these guys are in terms of revenue, that's Eba dos gives me e extraordinary and I think it's actually been proven to be. We've talked about on this show why facebook is running scared of TIKTOK. So why wouldn't Microsoft running towards talk? It makes a lot of sense I like it. All right. Let's get more on what this deal could mean for. Microsoft let's bring in is jared Weiss fell jared great to speak with you. You also think this deal makes a whole lot of sense. In terms of the synergies across the consumer business think this deal could enhance for Microsoft. I think at the end of the day, the biggest takeaway should be from Microsoft perspective when you have the ability to go ahead and integrate a lot of the capabilities that tic TAC. TIKTOK has you think about the technology stack that TIKTOK has and it's incredibly sophisticated. So you can then leverage that and marry that with some of the internal capabilities that Microsoft already has on Azure with the second largest cloud service provider the on the planet I think the the capabilities are dramatic. Tiktok knows what you. Want before you even know that. So when you the leverage that with the capabilities of absorb, I think it makes a lot of sense and then to the earlier point that was brought up I think that's actually key. If you then have the ability to leverage that and bring it into gaming, bring that into Cortina the digital search engine, bring that into being I think the the possibilities are significant. So it it certainly makes a lot of sense obviously, the stock market rewarded Microsoft today and you've added more than. The top valuation in Microsoft's Market Kaplan. Is. There a risk though that that tiktok is the next snap in that snap has run into user growth issues and monetization issues or is finding a home in Microsoft good to going to sorta bypass that possibility is outcome. It's a fair point, but you almost have a free call option if you're searching. You have the ability to go ahead and acquire the asset potentially on the cheap, and if you think about it, you've got one party Microsoft, which is potentially the only party that's available to acquire something of this size with with with regulatory concerns, and if you've got tiktok on the other side there, obviously desperate from a seller perspective. So valuation short plays part of it, and then strategically if you think about the ability to go ahead and integrate. Integrate technology into the Microsoft Stack statues getting a free look at not only can potentially accelerate growth drivers of his existing business. He then has a free call option on expanding the total addressable market to go ahead and think about competition versus facebook getting snap. It's ever

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Microsoft and TikTok talks continue after Trump call

What A Day

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Microsoft and TikTok talks continue after Trump call

"Getting more clarity from trump Microsoft said will be continuing talks to buy TIKTOK. This is without a doubt our only shot at getting top working on Zun folks over the weekend trump already tactic for many angry dads and threatened to take away the country's tiktok privileges for ever this led to chaos among teens, and they're also caused some confusion for Microsoft. And By dance a company that owns Tiktok who had been working towards sale according to the Wall Street. Journal someone involved in the talks that they were doing what the White House wanted, which included making the APP quote American, owned The trump administration previously expressed concerns that the APP could pass on data and collects from Americans who the Chinese government though Tiktok has refuted those claims personally I only want my data to be mined by my fellow patriots in these united. Microsoft and by dance are currently set to continue their negotiations worry free.

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"zun" Discussed on So, Here's My Story...

So, Here's My Story...

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"zun" Discussed on So, Here's My Story...

"Not about like like it's still though. Is it still a very similar experience to literally everything else that I'm doing all day long it is and I'll tell you one other thing that That I noticed this might sound really stupid but I'm not used to having my personal interactions always marked by small clock in the bottom right hand. And what I mean by that is I think that the most valuable conversations connections times that you have when you I look I know of I show up for coffee. And there's a ten o'clock We're not going to sit there for six hours. People have work to do and you kind of put on your calendar. It's in our but my eyes are darting to the time. I'm not checking my watch. I'm enjoying the conversation. I'm not concert so conscious of the time but on Zun Call. I am because the time is right there in front of me. It's just an I daren't away from saying Oh okay. It's twenty minutes gone now. It's eleven forty six now. This doubts that and so I find that a more conscious even at social gatherings gatherings virtual a more conscious of the time passing not in a in a good way. I'm distracted by. Yeah here's another weird. Women has is different for me because just because of how my schedule worked prior to this periods warranty period. If I wanted to see friends I absolutely even really talk with him. A lot of times had to book ahead to get it on the calendar because it wasn't something that lent itself to just sometimes it did randomly but for.

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10:03 min | 1 year ago

"zun" Discussed on TechStuff

"On them that allow them to connect to other nodes on that network and they also share some portion of their own capabilities with the other nodes on the network. That might be storage so you might have computers on the network storing files on behalf of other computers on the network or it might be processing power or bandwidth that kind of thing. So why does zoom make use of P two P networks in some cases the local P. Two P. structure might work just as well to facilitate an online meeting as a zoom server proxy so in those cases the computers that connect the meeting makeup this network and they share some resources and zooms cloud servers? Don't do very much. Outside of initiating the meeting keeping track of who is in there and some other low demand basic tasks and the mainstreaming tasks are off loaded onto these zoom users computers but in other cases the zoom server figures out that. P2p network really isn't a viable option. And so it will shift all those online meeting functions to a more conventional cloud server based approach to determine which way it's going to go. Zun goes through a very technical process but I can simplify it a little bit and it does become important later on the host of the meeting launches the and starts the meeting with an it or within the web client or whatever but the host chooses to start a meeting that sends a message zooms servers over TCP or transmission control protocol. This is why the Basic Internet Standard Communication Protocols Protocols essentially a set of rules or instructions the zoom server notifies the invitees to the meeting also through TCP and that manifest itself to users as a message that says. Hey you're meeting starting you need to join it then. It allows those users to join the meeting. The server then does a p two P check among the host and all the invitees of this meeting and it evaluates the peered connections between these different computers if that evaluation passes a threshold of acceptable performance than the server says all right. You guys are good to go. I'm going to hand over the streaming duties to this peer to peer network. And I'll just keep an eye on what's going on but if it doesn't meet that threshold then the zoom server steps in and says all right we're GONNA have a zoom proxy servers. Step in and handle all those duties because the peer to peer network wouldn't be able to do it otherwise and the streaming essent over a different protocol not TCP instead it's a protocol user data protocol or you DP and now we need to talk about packets because this is also important so the nature of the Internet means the machines are popping on and off the Internet. All the time right. So if you think about the Internet as being this interconnected web of Servers that allow information to pass from Point A to point B. Some of those servers are coming online. Some of them servers are going off line which means you cannot predict which pathway is going to be reliable bright so that makes communication really tricky. It means that sometimes a pathway that existed at the beginning of a transfer may go off line in the middle of a transfer. So you need a backup plan if something goes wrong. And the protocols and packets are meant to deal with this they. Are The style of backup plan. So packets are bundles of data. Rather than sending a file through the Internet entirely whole computers will divide vials of into more manageable packets or bundles. And this is easy to understand if you think about what could happen if you were to try and send a file. And it's a huge file. Let's say it's like a two hour high resolution video file while you're trying to send this from one machine to another now. Imagine that some server along that pathway goes off line in the middle of that transfer. Maybe you're halfway through sending this file and that server goes off line you be back at square one because now you have a useless file you only got half of it to its destination and it's even possible you wouldn't even know that something wrong had happened and that the file didn't go through and that'd be even worse than being at square one so instead what computers do is they. Divide those big files into packets and those packets have information in them about what file they belong to where they're supposed to go how they fit in with all the packets kind of like a puzzle and they all go across the Internet and they don't necessarily all take the same pathway from Point A. To point they may take very different pathways in order to get to point B information that sent over. Tcp means that that that protocol that set of rules requires stuff like error correction and it accounts for all packets in order to process via on the other end. So it's a little slower. A little more painstaking A little more concerned with precision and accuracy. It's really all about being confident that your file is getting to where it needs to go now some day. I'm going to have to go through all the various Internet protocols and explain what each one does but the important thing though in this case is that while. Tcp is a reliable means of delivering information over the Internet. Udp is faster and this is because UDP does away with some of those pesky error checking processes and it doesn't worry about dropped data packets in fact according to Zoom. You could drop as much as forty percent of the data packets and you would still get video and audio quality that would be decent so udp gets stuff done fast even if not everything goes as planned. If A it's a little on the sloppy side you could say but stuff like streaming video streaming audio and streaming applications like gaming typically rely pretty heavily on UDP because of that speed now. Some of you might be wondering why even bother talking about this and the answer is because all of this is going to come back to play a part when I talk about zoom and Security and privacy issues later on there. There's what we call foreshadow and now computer services in general not just zoom also have to work with end devices to get permission to use certain peripherals namely stuff like web cams and microphones because zoom is a service that aims to be available on pretty much any platform. It means that the developers had to account for the various permissions the service would need to accommodate defining permissions is something that typically falls to the companies that create operating systems there are android permissions windows permissions IOS permissions etcetera and understanding. What this means requires us to take a little step back and consider the dreaded layers of computing. You can think of layers as a way to envision the various operational components required for a computer to work. It's pretty clear that when you strip everything away when you take everything away from the computer that is running on top of stuff at its core. Computers are running on electricite that passes through circuits. This is a layer hardware and we can think of it as being concrete in the sense that it has a form and the form doesn't change at least not without you adding in or swapping out components. The hardware is like the concrete slab for a building. It's the layer on top of which everything else has to exist now. In the olden days of programming like the earliest computers computer programmers would actually have to change the hardware. Lay Out of a machine every time they wanted to run a different operation. And I'm talking about physically unplugging cables from one part of the machine plugging them into another part where tongling switches that kind of thing in modern terms. This'll be like requiring you to open up your computer or your smartphone and physically changed the circuitry every time you needed it to run a different operation and keep in mind. I'm saying an operation not a process. I mean some processes like a like a program might consist of multiple operations. Fortunately in the years since those early computers some very smart people were able to develop additional layers to interface directly with the hardware that was at the foundation but also allow programmers to run applications higher up a level of abstraction so these middle layers can send commands lower down so that the hardware can run the programs and and provide the assets that are needed and the layers on top the application layers. Let you do the stuff that you actually want to do with your computer? Permissions are part of this picture. Permissions are part of operating systems developers build applications for various operating systems and they communicate with the os through what's called an application programming interface or API the API sets the rules for developers the API defines how applications can call for the assets. They need in order to run kind of like the rules of how to requisition computer processing power and stuff and includes things not just like processing power but also access to computer memory to storage and how the program can tap into stuff like peripherals. Including webcams microphones. Typically modern operating systems include a requirement in. Api's that will send an alert to an end user whenever an APP wants to at least for the first time. Make use of stuff like microphones and cameras. This has meant to help. Protect Security and privacy. Clearly you wouldn't want some random program to be able to activate your computer or smartphone camera without your permission..

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07:28 min | 1 year ago

"zun" Discussed on TechStuff

"Even happened. So, let's talk a little about the tech that makes a service like zoom possible at the heart of this is the cloud infrastructure, and I've been doing this long enough to remember a time when cloud computing was a term that was just starting to make its way into the mainstream, and typically you get pretty high level explanations for what cloud computing is, and they can range from their services that exist online, which that's not terribly helpful or the stuff you are accessing whether it's storage or a program or whatever lives on someone. Someone else's computer, which is more accurate, but not very satisfying, so let's talk about cloud computing, and we'll start with that second definition. We're going to build on that. Cloud computing refers to a system in which a computer or really a network of computers, sometimes a network of computers that can dynamically add more machines to support a service times need. This network hosts something that remote users can access in the case of cloud storage. You're talking about a network that serves as a kind of they'll file repository for users can. Can access it through some online portal cloud computing usually refers to systems in which applications themselves are running on a network of machines and end users accesses applications through some sort of client, interface or portable, and it might be a dedicated APP that exists on top of a desktop computer, or a smartphone or something, or am I just be a web client that exists in a special web page or whatever the programs are running on this computer network, and usually it's designed for that purpose, and therefore it does a really good. Good job like a better job at running that application than a more general purpose, computing machine would be able to. Do you know like a personal computer? The real beauty of cloud computing is that it shifts the burden of the work off the end user's machine whether that's a laptop, a desktop, a tablet computer or smartphone and moves it to these dedicated computer systems are servers. Users don't have to upgrade their devices or by the latest and greatest computers in order to use these services, because the hard work is really happening. Happening elsewhere we say that hard work is happening in the cloud, but really what we mean is that the work is going on in some data centers filled with servers and a person with a state of the art system and person, using a smartphone could have a fairly comparable experience with the same cloud-based based service, assuming that both users also have a decent Internet connection and the Internet connection can become the new bottleneck with this model of computing so a couple of decades ago, the limiting factor was the end users hardware. Hardware, like was the machine that the end user had good enough to run the program. Well, that was where the concern was these days. Now we tend to worry about the end users Internet connection folks who have fiber connectivity and high speeds tend to have a better experience than those who have tighter bandwidth restrictions in addition to being cloud-based zoom can create and leverage peer-to-peer networks. This particular network strategy got a really bad rap about a decade ago or so when some people were using peer to peer networks to pass around. Around pirated copies of stuff like music and TV shows and movies and pretty much anything else. That can be copied digitally, but the actual concept of a peer to peer network is agnostic toward anything that is shared on top of that network PDP's structures are legitimate way to distribute files or services to multiple users. So what is it will? Basically it's a decentralized network in which all the machines which can be called peers or nodes join a network play a pivotal role within that network. This is in contrast with the traditional. Traditional client server model in which numerous clients all connect one centralized server, these peers or nodes have special software running on them that allow them to connect to other nodes on that network, and they also share some portion of their own capabilities with the other nodes on the network that might be storage, so you might have computers on the network storing files on behalf of other computers on the network, or it might be processing power or bandwidth that kind of thing, so why does zoom make use of p? Two P networks? In some cases, the local P. Two P. structure might work just as well to facilitate an online meeting as a zoom server proxy, so in those cases the computers that connect the meeting makeup, the network, and they share some resources and zooms cloud servers. Don't do very much outside of initiating the meeting keeping track of who is in there and some other low demand, basic tasks, and the mainstreaming tasks are off loaded onto these zoom users, computers, but in other cases. The Zoom. Server figures out that P2P network really isn't a viable option, and so it will shift all those online meeting functions to a more conventional cloud server based approach to determine which way it's going to go Zun goes through a very technical process, but I can simplify it a little bit, and it does become important later on the host of the meeting, launches the and starts the meeting with an it or within the web client, or whatever, but the host chooses to start a meeting that sends a message zooms servers over TCP or transmission control protocol. This is why the Basic Internet Standard Communication Protocols. Protocols essentially a set of rules or instructions. The Zoom server notifies the invitees to the meeting the also through TCP and that manifest itself to users as a message that says hey, you're meeting starting. You need to join it then. It allows those users to join the meeting. The server then does a p. two P. check among the host, and all the invitees of this meeting, and it evaluates the peered connections between these different computers. If that evaluation passes a threshold of acceptable performance than the server says all right, you guys are good to go I'm going to hand over the streaming duties to this peer to peer network, and I'll just keep an eye. Eye on what's going on, but if it doesn't meet that threshold, then the zoom server steps in and says all right. We're GONNA have a zoom proxy servers step in and handle all those duties, because the peer to peer network wouldn't be able to do it otherwise and the streaming essent over a different protocol, not TCP instead. It's a protocol user data protocol or you DP. And now we need to talk about packets because this is also important, so the nature of the Internet means the machines are popping on and off the Internet all the time right so if you think about the Internet as being this interconnected web of servers that allow information to pass from point. A to point B. Some of those servers are coming online. Some of them servers are going off line, which.

Zun
"zun" Discussed on TechStuff

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07:28 min | 1 year ago

"zun" Discussed on TechStuff

"Even happened. So, let's talk a little about the tech that makes a service like zoom possible at the heart of this is the cloud infrastructure, and I've been doing this long enough to remember a time when cloud computing was a term that was just starting to make its way into the mainstream, and typically you get pretty high level explanations for what cloud computing is, and they can range from their services that exist online, which that's not terribly helpful or the stuff you are accessing whether it's storage or a program or whatever lives on someone. Someone else's computer, which is more accurate, but not very satisfying, so let's talk about cloud computing, and we'll start with that second definition. We're going to build on that. Cloud computing refers to a system in which a computer or really a network of computers, sometimes a network of computers that can dynamically add more machines to support a service times need. This network hosts something that remote users can access in the case of cloud storage. You're talking about a network that serves as a kind of they'll file repository for users can. Can access it through some online portal cloud computing usually refers to systems in which applications themselves are running on a network of machines and end users accesses applications through some sort of client, interface or portable, and it might be a dedicated APP that exists on top of a desktop computer, or a smartphone or something, or am I just be a web client that exists in a special web page or whatever the programs are running on this computer network, and usually it's designed for that purpose, and therefore it does a really good. Good job like a better job at running that application than a more general purpose, computing machine would be able to. Do you know like a personal computer? The real beauty of cloud computing is that it shifts the burden of the work off the end user's machine whether that's a laptop, a desktop, a tablet computer or smartphone and moves it to these dedicated computer systems are servers. Users don't have to upgrade their devices or by the latest and greatest computers in order to use these services, because the hard work is really happening. Happening elsewhere we say that hard work is happening in the cloud, but really what we mean is that the work is going on in some data centers filled with servers and a person with a state of the art system and person, using a smartphone could have a fairly comparable experience with the same cloud-based based service, assuming that both users also have a decent Internet connection and the Internet connection can become the new bottleneck with this model of computing so a couple of decades ago, the limiting factor was the end users hardware. Hardware, like was the machine that the end user had good enough to run the program. Well, that was where the concern was these days. Now we tend to worry about the end users Internet connection folks who have fiber connectivity and high speeds tend to have a better experience than those who have tighter bandwidth restrictions in addition to being cloud-based zoom can create and leverage peer-to-peer networks. This particular network strategy got a really bad rap about a decade ago or so when some people were using peer to peer networks to pass around. Around pirated copies of stuff like music and TV shows and movies and pretty much anything else. That can be copied digitally, but the actual concept of a peer to peer network is agnostic toward anything that is shared on top of that network PDP's structures are legitimate way to distribute files or services to multiple users. So what is it will? Basically it's a decentralized network in which all the machines which can be called peers or nodes join a network play a pivotal role within that network. This is in contrast with the traditional. Traditional client server model in which numerous clients all connect one centralized server, these peers or nodes have special software running on them that allow them to connect to other nodes on that network, and they also share some portion of their own capabilities with the other nodes on the network that might be storage, so you might have computers on the network storing files on behalf of other computers on the network, or it might be processing power or bandwidth that kind of thing, so why does zoom make use of p? Two P networks? In some cases, the local P. Two P. structure might work just as well to facilitate an online meeting as a zoom server proxy, so in those cases the computers that connect the meeting makeup, the network, and they share some resources and zooms cloud servers. Don't do very much outside of initiating the meeting keeping track of who is in there and some other low demand, basic tasks, and the mainstreaming tasks are off loaded onto these zoom users, computers, but in other cases. The Zoom. Server figures out that P2P network really isn't a viable option, and so it will shift all those online meeting functions to a more conventional cloud server based approach to determine which way it's going to go Zun goes through a very technical process, but I can simplify it a little bit, and it does become important later on the host of the meeting, launches the and starts the meeting with an it or within the web client, or whatever, but the host chooses to start a meeting that sends a message zooms servers over TCP or transmission control protocol. This is why the Basic Internet Standard Communication Protocols. Protocols essentially a set of rules or instructions. The Zoom server notifies the invitees to the meeting the also through TCP and that manifest itself to users as a message that says hey, you're meeting starting. You need to join it then. It allows those users to join the meeting. The server then does a p. two P. check among the host, and all the invitees of this meeting, and it evaluates the peered connections between these different computers. If that evaluation passes a threshold of acceptable performance than the server says all right, you guys are good to go I'm going to hand over the streaming duties to this peer to peer network, and I'll just keep an eye. Eye on what's going on, but if it doesn't meet that threshold, then the zoom server steps in and says all right. We're GONNA have a zoom proxy servers step in and handle all those duties, because the peer to peer network wouldn't be able to do it otherwise and the streaming essent over a different protocol, not TCP instead. It's a protocol user data protocol or you DP. And now we need to talk about packets because this is also important, so the nature of the Internet means the machines are popping on and off the Internet all the time right so if you think about the Internet as being this interconnected web of servers that allow information to pass from point. A to point B. Some of those servers are coming online. Some of them servers are going off line, which.

Zun
"zun" Discussed on TechStuff

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07:28 min | 1 year ago

"zun" Discussed on TechStuff

"Even happened. So, let's talk a little about the tech that makes a service like zoom possible at the heart of this is the cloud infrastructure, and I've been doing this long enough to remember a time when cloud computing was a term that was just starting to make its way into the mainstream, and typically you get pretty high level explanations for what cloud computing is, and they can range from their services that exist online, which that's not terribly helpful or the stuff you are accessing whether it's storage or a program or whatever lives on someone. Someone else's computer, which is more accurate, but not very satisfying, so let's talk about cloud computing, and we'll start with that second definition. We're going to build on that. Cloud computing refers to a system in which a computer or really a network of computers, sometimes a network of computers that can dynamically add more machines to support a service times need. This network hosts something that remote users can access in the case of cloud storage. You're talking about a network that serves as a kind of they'll file repository for users can. Can access it through some online portal cloud computing usually refers to systems in which applications themselves are running on a network of machines and end users accesses applications through some sort of client, interface or portable, and it might be a dedicated APP that exists on top of a desktop computer, or a smartphone or something, or am I just be a web client that exists in a special web page or whatever the programs are running on this computer network, and usually it's designed for that purpose, and therefore it does a really good. Good job like a better job at running that application than a more general purpose, computing machine would be able to. Do you know like a personal computer? The real beauty of cloud computing is that it shifts the burden of the work off the end user's machine whether that's a laptop, a desktop, a tablet computer or smartphone and moves it to these dedicated computer systems are servers. Users don't have to upgrade their devices or by the latest and greatest computers in order to use these services, because the hard work is really happening. Happening elsewhere we say that hard work is happening in the cloud, but really what we mean is that the work is going on in some data centers filled with servers and a person with a state of the art system and person, using a smartphone could have a fairly comparable experience with the same cloud-based based service, assuming that both users also have a decent Internet connection and the Internet connection can become the new bottleneck with this model of computing so a couple of decades ago, the limiting factor was the end users hardware. Hardware, like was the machine that the end user had good enough to run the program. Well, that was where the concern was these days. Now we tend to worry about the end users Internet connection folks who have fiber connectivity and high speeds tend to have a better experience than those who have tighter bandwidth restrictions in addition to being cloud-based zoom can create and leverage peer-to-peer networks. This particular network strategy got a really bad rap about a decade ago or so when some people were using peer to peer networks to pass around. Around pirated copies of stuff like music and TV shows and movies and pretty much anything else. That can be copied digitally, but the actual concept of a peer to peer network is agnostic toward anything that is shared on top of that network PDP's structures are legitimate way to distribute files or services to multiple users. So what is it will? Basically it's a decentralized network in which all the machines which can be called peers or nodes join a network play a pivotal role within that network. This is in contrast with the traditional. Traditional client server model in which numerous clients all connect one centralized server, these peers or nodes have special software running on them that allow them to connect to other nodes on that network, and they also share some portion of their own capabilities with the other nodes on the network that might be storage, so you might have computers on the network storing files on behalf of other computers on the network, or it might be processing power or bandwidth that kind of thing, so why does zoom make use of p? Two P networks? In some cases, the local P. Two P. structure might work just as well to facilitate an online meeting as a zoom server proxy, so in those cases the computers that connect the meeting makeup, the network, and they share some resources and zooms cloud servers. Don't do very much outside of initiating the meeting keeping track of who is in there and some other low demand, basic tasks, and the mainstreaming tasks are off loaded onto these zoom users, computers, but in other cases. The Zoom. Server figures out that P2P network really isn't a viable option, and so it will shift all those online meeting functions to a more conventional cloud server based approach to determine which way it's going to go Zun goes through a very technical process, but I can simplify it a little bit, and it does become important later on the host of the meeting, launches the and starts the meeting with an it or within the web client, or whatever, but the host chooses to start a meeting that sends a message zooms servers over TCP or transmission control protocol. This is why the Basic Internet Standard Communication Protocols. Protocols essentially a set of rules or instructions. The Zoom server notifies the invitees to the meeting the also through TCP and that manifest itself to users as a message that says hey, you're meeting starting. You need to join it then. It allows those users to join the meeting. The server then does a p. two P. check among the host, and all the invitees of this meeting, and it evaluates the peered connections between these different computers. If that evaluation passes a threshold of acceptable performance than the server says all right, you guys are good to go I'm going to hand over the streaming duties to this peer to peer network, and I'll just keep an eye. Eye on what's going on, but if it doesn't meet that threshold, then the zoom server steps in and says all right. We're GONNA have a zoom proxy servers step in and handle all those duties, because the peer to peer network wouldn't be able to do it otherwise and the streaming essent over a different protocol, not TCP instead. It's a protocol user data protocol or you DP. And now we need to talk about packets because this is also important, so the nature of the Internet means the machines are popping on and off the Internet all the time right so if you think about the Internet as being this interconnected web of servers that allow information to pass from point. A to point B. Some of those servers are coming online. Some of them servers are going off line, which.

Zun
18 Years After 9/11, Is Peace Approaching?

World News Analysis

13:35 min | 2 years ago

18 Years After 9/11, Is Peace Approaching?

"Listening to the panel discussion of wrote today. I'M GONNA in Beijing eighteen years after nine. Eleven attacks is peace approaching refusing to hand over Osama bin Laden al Qaeda who was quickly identified as a man responsible the US invaded Afghanistan marking the start of Afghanistan war against the Taliban eighteen years of war and talks president trump declared a recently the peace talk was the a wisdom holly. Ali Ben were dead after the Council Secreta meeting with a group in the United States to continue our panel discussion. We have Zun can research fellow with coaching while university and Joe Hi Research Fellow at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Max Abrahams in the United States Assistant Professor of political legal science at northeastern university so max first of all what do you make of the very idea of inviting the Taliban to Washington for the first time especially at a time time closed due commemoration of nine eleven attack. I'm very surprised from I think that that at the invitation that should never have actually really hard to believe that trump invited the how to all right around the anniversary of nine eleven. I mean trump used to criticize Obama for negotiating with the Taliban remotely never mind from nine eleven never buy we. Are you know with the idea that I would lead to keep with the Taliban. The negotiations previously were over and so I. I don't grudge The recinding Oh that invitation he almost didn't make expense. I mean the story was at the invitation was presented because an American was killed in the violence well. That's it's really not very surprising at all to call them remains very violent group and if anything seems escalated to violence during these you so called negotiation that Ted I don't WanNa leave you were with the impression that some Hawk on. I'm actually not in favor of the United States withdrawing from but I don't believe you that negotiation are a requirement to do what the United States should do in Afghanistan. It's simple we appeal to the VM Dope in France I don't think that the United States should lecture the Taliban on how it needs to you know with the Afghan government or how needs to reduce militancy locally or how it needs to respect human rights the Taliban isn't going to do any of these things you need to do. Simply state is its power and we we don't want to be in your country and you don't Wanna in your country and so we are going to withdraw however if circuit it is another nine eleven attack if the if the NPS is used again as a launchpad for Bass casualty the terrorist attack against the United States then the American public phobe strongly in favor of returning Tennessee on essentially giving you the ice discretely so it's really up to you the Tobin he want to remain a local group because if you start acting like a transnational terrorist group and if you don't police the area if you allow your country to be used by groups like the al-Qaeda Akagi network two large international well then we may come back in the gloves come off and so I do not believe that negotiations with the Taliban or advisable and I don't think that they're a requirement for us to get out of that John would trump hope to accomplish with a meeting with with the Taliban in the United States in the first place. I want to go back into history just a little bit in two thousand nine. When Obama first entered into office he started the so-called search Afghanistan adding more than thirty thousand troops in Afghanistan. Try to stabilize the country and try to protect the communities immunities on the ground so that's the Karzai government can stand on its food now. Ten years later is not successful in in terms of protecting and also continue to help the current. Afghan government to sustain yourself and on the other side. I Taliban expanding territory and now occupy more than two thirds of the country particularly in the rural area so I think it's not that at the US wanted to do this or that is that they cannot achieve the original goal of eradicating terrorism and also establishing a government pretty much finished the task of nation-building so at this point they were forced to negotiate with the Taliban if they want to withdraw troops according to some time lie and there's a very strong support in the United States for us to withdraw from that country because some people think staying that catch far too long and they are now in less risk from terrorism from that country so trump is actually representing a lot of people. The majority of Americans will to withdraw from that country is just way too through what approach that you can withdraw with confidence that Taliban will no longer support terrorism continue to be a launchpad for terrorism but negotiations didn't go well because again trump trump just won't theatrics. He wanted to have a big deal to show to American. People that he got things done however when you go to the real real problem and trying to solve that problem there are a lot of mistrust between the Taliban the US government so on the one hand Taliban don't think that the US will completely withdraw from Afghanistan and on the other side of the US still wanted to stay there and monitor situation people in the trump administration creation particularly recent fired national security advisor Baltim- probably still want to maintain a number of military force and the basis in Afghanistan still operating so when you still have this mistrust. It's very difficult to get the grand deal Dan overnight. That's why inviting Taliban into the United States probably for a signing ceremony is a very bad idea from the very beginning now it fells part so zone withdraw from Tom. Ghanistan Dow was the key two thousand sixteen trump campaign promise so hall political of Trump's a decision of on Afghanistan immediately twenty twenty onto your reelection pressure. I mean I agree I agree with what the judges said that it it a lot of the negotiation a lot of this this process was about the trump campaign achieving this big promise on their mandate and with the twenty twenty election coming up a grand and victory in Afghanistan would have meant this big deal that was signed between the Taliban and the US government but you know let's again go back in history in two thousand and eleven and twelve there was a big call by the Obama Administration for the Karzai government assigned the BSE and within the Afghan government there were two different parties one that wanted the US troops to leave withdrawal instant withdrawal so that the Taliban would come to the negotiation table and which turned out to be the assure of any government. They were not in favor of immediate withdrawal. Now we see that for the US list for the American people withdrawal from Afghanistan is important. It's a war that has cost almost nine hundred and eighty billion. US dollars over the years. It's been eighteen eighteen years and we don't know what what what the war is for Osama bin. Laden was found killed in two thousand eleven he initially not handing over was the reason to going to have gone is Stan then the question of nation building the trump administration has clearly said that we're not here to build anything and of course as was mentioned by I earlier panelists the gone Taliban have two thirds more more of the Afghan territory under them than before so clearly it seems to be at that the presence in Afghanistan isn't achieving anything concrete but it's not about the presence in Afghanistan of the war in Afghanistan. It is about what are the consequences quences off an exit that is premature and the consequences can be dire. we know what happened in the nineteen ninety s Pakistan Afghanistan the region at on as a whole suffered because of an abrupt ending to aboard that wasn't well planned and right now of course for from the American perspective if nine eleven and God forbid is to happen again then we can go back and treat them the way isis has been treated but that is not the real question you have China you have Pakistan. You'll save India the government government which has been supported by the Americans to abandon them of ruthlessly can have consequences fall was and what happened was nine eleven post nineteen eighty s war in Afghanistan and I think the these are important questions for us to address. The Quadrilateral Coordination Group was one initiative right now. How only last weekend Beijing Islamabad and representatives from a Samba and Kabul were together and these are small efforts to new negotiate and to understand what the government is willing to accept so a withdrawal is important? How long it's going to take is one question but but what the consequences of a withdrawal that only looks at American interests are is an important one to to address Max anything to add. We've seen wiz North Korea. That's trump cam blown up a process and then try and restarted a couple weeks later a will that be the case with Afghanistan as well well. I think that the biggest problem with put the US can sell an in Afghanistan is that fails to to limit what our objectives are in that country of course the reason why they are is because of nine eleven when we went there to kill the perpetrators and of course bin Laden and actually to a large extent people forget that been Nishel school. was what successful well not entirely but certainly partially takes us. We killed off a large portion. the computer chip that of course we didn't get all of them. We didn't even get bin Laden. 'til your later the threat when metastasized but other media respond. I would do that. You know maybe apiece score or V clock but the the problem is then you had mission creek and we added on all sorts of theory objected so you know making peace now in the country more broad try to hammer out negotiations between the Taliban and the Afghan uncover concerns about human rights stuff. He's all important goals as in in terms of normative attractive they're very important no doubt but the US military doesn't have the capacity to ameliorate I these other goal and so the United States particularly the military needs to understand mimic caisson nations of US power around the world. 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"zun" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

15:35 min | 2 years ago

"zun" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"The key and get out of the level can it's simple yet brutal. Yeah. Watching you play 'cause it's stressful to me these these these, these games that are created by one designer like where it's from programming to, to the level design, right up to the music is always really fascinating to me. Because I've seen it before with if you ever have you ever played or heard of the Tojo series of games that are like their computer game. There shooter games started on the PC ninety eight and another on the PC. But it was all made by one guy named Zun who in college wanted to play like a bullet hell shooter game. But with the style of music that he loved, and they, they weren't being released. So he said, you know, I'm gonna quit everything and just make these games for myself, and, and they're viably popular. It's I mean how does this insane like internet like subculture following? But I try to think of another one that was all. Under tail tail. Right. Which, you know, just Toby mailing. One guy tell FOX did music music maze. Absolutely. Also, if you're a fan of Toby FOX's music. You may not have played the game itself. But again, it came out earlier this year Colt like why two K but it's spelt why I k Toby FOX did a battle theme in that game. That's very really really definitely want to check that one out. I think he didn't think you guys would enjoy it. Yeah, there's, there's the, the the, the number of games coming out in the indie space is especially right now. It's incredible. The wide availability of the tools, and the, the people interested in making games. Now it's kinda scary in a way to though, at least for me because. This because maybe it's just me getting old and.

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"zun" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"zun" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Connect to do business across town or around the world, Zun ties together all of your communication needs into one easy platform for videoconferencing phone calls group chat webinars, and your conference rooms connect easily from anywhere. Your mobile phone. Your laptop poor conference room zoom is how business gets done. Get your free account at zoom dot com today. Meet happy with zoom. Are you more than ten thousand dollars in debt? Feel like you're on a never ending treadmill? Staying in one place and never getting ahead with those minimum payments. Don't let the credit card companies bully you anymore. There are programs in place to help you get free of your debt and you don't have to pay the entire amount. You know, the program at total financial freedom can help you get debt free in months, instead of decades. Call total financial now at eight hundred eight nine nine eighty nine twenty two that's eight hundred eight nine eighty nine twenty two. A military judge in San Diego refused to dismiss the murder charge against a decorated navy seal, but said, the white prosecutors attend to track Email sent to defense lawyers for special operations chief Edward Gallagher violated Gallagher's constitutional rights, so that judge has removed the possibility of life in prison without parole, for Gallagher will go on trial next month over the twenty seventeen death of injured teenage Billiton in Iraq and the shooting of two civilians, he says his platoon mates fabricated, those complaints because of his tough leadership. Why not add the international space station to your list of AK shin spots? That's right. Nasa says it's orbiting outpost will now be opened business for private citizens. Jeff DeWitt, Nasr's chief financial officer. We're now seeing the ability for private astronauts to visit the space station on US vehicles and for companies to engage in commercial profit-making activities on the station. Nasa hopes, private industry will inherit the platform some days, it will eventually become too costly for the government to maintain. Around trip ticket will cost an estimated fifty eight million dollars and accommodations will run about thirty five grand per day. Mark Remillard, ABC news US center for safe sport that polices abuse and Olympic sports is told gymnastics coach John Holman. He cannot be around minors without supervision as it investigates misconduct claim, he's a coach at a northeast Pennsylvania gymnastics club. That was not part of the probe into sexual.

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"zun" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"zun" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Your first order. So by just any seen get a vivid seats. Here's the pitch outside all wanna Marcello sooner. Fourteen home runs. Nine of which come with runners on base most in the big leagues. Runner aborted. I hear one gone the next swing this one more one strike to change out. Zuhdi thought he had a fastball middle any just swung, right? Over the top of it straight change by. You too. Ten strikes line ball's nineteen pitches so far relief for Tucson cruised in the six when he came in. Carpenter's next. During the double play ball, which the Braves infielder looks for swinging to ramble foul. Love nicely by young fan just past the third base dugout brought his glove tonight singing stabbed at it use it. If you brought it use it. They could play. I've been to a lot of games. I have never been able to get a foul ball. Also have not won the lottery. Want to pitch swing and amiss chase the zone Zuma's down on strikes. To gone and that'll bring up Matt carpenter. The sequence there singer. Sudha. So all kinds of stuff from the right hand change up sawed in and he really was he made Hosanna so conscious of the pitch in that was really set off for that. Breaking ball didn't even have to be real far away, but enough down in a way because you could see Zun starting to cheat a little bit to try to get to that inside pitch. I pitched a carpenter is on the outside corner,.

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"zun" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"zun" Discussed on KTRH

"Around the world, Zun ties together all of your communication needs into one easy platform for videoconferencing phone calls group chat webinars, and you conference rooms connect easily from anywhere. Your mobile phone, your laptop conference room zoom is how business gets done. Get your free account at zoom dot com today. Meet happy with zoom back to the mess of Sean Hannity. Dan? Get saying you. This plenty of money in this world. There's plenty of money in this country is just in the wrong, and I will be damned if the same politicians who refused to act are going to try to come back today and say, we need a middle of the road approach to save online. It's too much. So that's socialism that the oil and gas industry has had. His back. Revolution. And saying you saw. Sean Hannity show. More behind the scenes information on breaking news and more bold, inspired solutions for America. Prescriptive spread have exactly what happened..

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"zun" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"zun" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A matter when it's warm for me. That's when business is the best. Absolutely. We gotta be above sixty degrees. Have you ever sold the hot dog two bucks president, Peter Fagin? No, I have not ever sold a hot of bucks player. I have not ever sold. The hot dog to a hungry bucks fan. I have lots of times, lots of times you see that dog in the motorcycle that just went by. Yes. We see that dog a lot that tug is Molly, by the way, you know, that I know that was not only have you ever sold the hot dog. To Molly the dog. I have not what do you think for tonight? You have a front row seat. How are you feeling? We're tied at two, I want operas prediction on game five on predictably win anima hoping killing O'neil comes over and gets them Pratt. You know that's a look. We can see where shack daddy big diesel sits right there. And, you know, he'd like a bra I tweeted him and I've got case is brought for them, you got bigger than average Braatz. Both walk around here. And walking around with thousands on the other side of the car, and I'm walking by the relish, the hot dogs, the regular size hotdogs, I'm walking over here too. Big boy, brought land, oh my gosh, rots, how much is that Broadway. A lot. A serious. Big greg. Magic would even have a hard time taking that down that, yes, she said, okay. It's a family show. Sorry. All right. Here we go. You're gonna give me something take back. I got hungry crew inside of there. We want to taste your wears. You're like I see the cooler full of using your set to go. The beer is on the corner. The bras are here business is brisk. Yes, it is a good day to be a hot dog man. It's a wonderful day. Is it always a good day or is there? Sometimes a bad day to be a hot dog man. Never bad day. Never. All right. Thank you so much. Good luck with everything. We're gonna kick it inside. It's sports up next. Stick with us. This is WTMJ live in the deer districts, Isler, Dodge Jeep, and ram trucks for Detroit, iron and bear town. It doesn't get any better than this. Griffin's hub on Sol, twenty twenty-seven street Griffin. Have. O'neill. There's nothing like meeting face to face, and there's nothing like zoom to make that happen. Zoom lets you connect can do business across town or around the world, Zun ties together all of your communication needs into one easy platform for videoconferencing phone calls group.

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Rob Greenlee moves to Libsyn

podnews

02:18 min | 2 years ago

Rob Greenlee moves to Libsyn

"Veteran podcast executive robe Greenlee has joined Lipson, as vice president of content and partnerships. He'll report to Lori SIMS president of Lipson and will work with Robb Walsh to further the company's relationships with podcast producers, and develop industry partnerships. He's previously worked for speaker and vox nest and has also worked to podcast. One and within Microsoft's Zun division. The latest mobile. Overview report has been published from scientists mobile part of this information is helpful to podcasters the split between apple and Android. You'll find a link to this, in our show notes, and our newsletters today, the British podcast awards, powered by Dax will be live streaming this year's event on its Twitter profile Brits palled awards, you can shoot in tomorrow, Saturday from eight pm, or at least you can Jill screen with Eurovision, which, of course, is far more important podcast dot co has launched their new. Podcast platform. The company has a partnership with Spotify, and are working on a wealth of new features and other partnerships anchor have launched. A new feature letting listeners leave voice messages for podcast hosts father's day's coming up next month in the US. We linked to who advertise about fathers day on podcasts last year yesterday was global access ability awareness day. Simple cast to have announced a roadmap to make their products. Fully accessible and ask. Why podcasts aren't fully accessible in the first place, a radio talent agency. The vice agency has launched a podcast division called TWA podcast studio. Hope does better than the airline in Brussels. French-language broadcaster RTBF is calling for new native podcasts to appeal to sixteen to twenty four year olds twenty thousand euros being offered for projects development. Stitcher have announced two new senior hires Sarah van Mozell for market engineer t and before that Acosta w. Why has been hired as chief revenue officer and stays he resigned as executive producer in our podcast section. We mentioned loads of new podcast. That's choose one at random the muff has a new co host to treat comedian Dame Wilburn has joins the podcast. It gets over a million downloads a week,

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"zun" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"zun" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And he would take a victims into the abyss where they would end up dying. If you remember barbs, she ended up in a position that wasn't too. Well, let's just say there are a lot of fans who were disappointed, and they were hoping that they were trying to save her. But apparently it was in vain. So now thinking about what you've been told about monsters thinking about what you've been told about their activities thing about all the monsters that may exist, the crypto critters, the flatwoods monster, the Loch Ness monster Bigfoot, there are plenty of other legends. Like, for example, I was reading about the caucus Kwok Kwok usual tribe. It's called the crocodile tribe. They're a bear in British Colombia. I mean have massacred I hope not it's Kwok Kwok toll Kwaku toll tribe that lived in the western coast of the British a British Columbia, and they had. A creature. They're called zone qua- or Zun Zun qua- spelled Deasy U N K W A Zuni qua-. He's a big hairy female it lives in the mountainous force of British Columbia. Now, keep in mind. It's a it's a it's called, you know, it's zoo Zanu Kwa or Zun Zun Kwa with Eze Zuniga, a big hairy female that lives deep in the mountains and forested according to limit theologies. She spends most of her time protecting children and sleeps. Hence, that's why she's rarely seen. Zuniga a Harry female but lives deep in the mountainous forests. Now, of course, we can talk about Bigfoot, we can talk about where we can talk about a number of things, but the legend of a woman a hairy woman who protects children now, that's a that's a that's a force spirit, or that's a that's a forest character. It's part of mythology and think of it if he large hairy female was to see a young boy, it's struggling in North Carolina woods, and she came to save him. Maybe it could be a female Bigfoot. It could be a female bear. It's protective like the new CuA is very protective. Spends time with children in the forest who knows in California. There are old pictographs drawn by the Yakuts that appear to show a family of giant creatures with long shaggy hair. They call them the the Maya Todd in with the top. There are there are tribes of my that that that live there in California and many people would say, well, they look like a sasquatch group. But the tribes would actually see these other. Hairy men or women as hunters. And they've always been known if they're seeing to attack humans now. I know that there seems to be some confounding evidence as to what protected Casey Hathaway, and even more strange strange DNA found on Brenda Hamilton. These stories terrifying thrill me because they had me harkening back to my childhood because when I was a kid. We had Bigfoot legends as well. When we were boy scouts. We tell these stories, of course, campfires and near my home your Butterfield canyon. You're my home. There was believed to be a big foot that roam through there. Although no one saw him. He didn't come down. And eat the ravaged the chickens because they just didn't do it. Although we heard rumors that he did. I I didn't know if he was there if he was real or not. But I do know that in the UN basin near skin Walker ranch where I lived in Utah. You could travel out to Shane which is a long drive from Salt Lake City, you go in the area there with a Mesa is in the skin Walker ranch was there, and there were tales of all kinds of strange creatures hanging out of skin Walker ranch long before people like Robert Bigelow and others got their hands on and George Knapp reported, it we we knew about this for some time we figured it was a portal to some other dimension because people saw creatures of all kinds, they found coins lying around there were from other other centuries. So something strange happened there. The UN abasan something came through there many times forward and backward. And what was interesting..

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"zun" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"zun" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"And he says it's so funny because myself and my wife last night discussed building an extension onto a home can cost us a lot of money and that, nah. F- Dag, which has a degree of freedom around us would be gone. And that is very that's often the case with people right there by locking him into whatever is doing now that he doesn't like absolute. So is this just Murphy's law here where I'll right when I bought that boat now all this stuff hits the fan. And I realized I hate what I'm doing. Or is it because we're subconsciously doing this to ourselves by? Spending like you said spending money so that we're locked in. So that we don't have to think about it. 'cause we're locked in any way because we just bought the we'd got the extension. We got the boat. So it doesn't matter. There's no point even thinking about whether this is right for me anymore because I got bills. But if I don't have bills that I have to sit there on the couch with my free time and my flexibility and say is this the best thing for me. And that that opens up all kinds of uncomfortable. Nothing's murphy's. I think it's voidance like I was jumped girl, let's just call her Mary, and that's called a company Google. Yeah. It's not Mary Ann in Google. And she was telling me that she was on the phone to me to talk about transition to something of more. Let's just call lined or something more meaning and I discovered something I just found her saying something that's really dangerous. She said, you know, I think the reason I'm not I'm not leaving is because I'm just so comfortable. I mean looked at her face was Zun call. I said, you know, what I said that's a really dangerous state because why I simply because you don't look comfortable. Me. And then I just shut my mouth and within. I would say five and a half seconds. The tier started to come. And in that case, I think she telling yourself a story that prevents her from having to make a decision, and she knows she's real happy though. She's paid well to do a job, which he doesn't feel. She's not getting the satisfaction from what she doesn't feel. She's adding value. She feels she's overpaid. She's not doing enough work for the rule that she's got she's not being stretch from from you know, creatively. She's not be stretched which is a problem for but comfortable semen, I'm getting money, and I don't have to worry about money. Exactly. And then everything else doesn't matter because at least I can pay the rent. Yeah. Which not in touch with. She's not in touch with the cost. So I was at a conference United spoke at a conference a similar conference in Vegas. And I remember going to a guy the audience, and he said, I get this whole passion thing. And I wasn't speaking about passion specifically. And he said, you know, I'm gonna job, but I just don't know what else to do. So I'm just going to stay where I am until I figure it out. And you know, what though that doesn't sound so bad. So people are like, oh, I would never do that everyone does that. Yeah. Of course. Why would I switch jobs? If I don't know what else I'm going to do. Of course, I'm going to stay here. This is how you I did that for fifteen inch in these fifteen years. And then I looked tonight said, you know, what I said, I'm not sure you want to change because I do I absolutely hate this job. And I said we'll I'll prove to you. And I said how long have you been in this job, and he said under his breath, fourteen years, and I pretended. And this went down to live. It's all on video..

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"zun" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"zun" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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