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Fresh update on "zuma" discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

01:31 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "zuma" discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"This is only part mine. You've got at least twelve horo. I'm going through the imdb. There are some people in this That did not come out in the trailer that i think we'll see some people. Okay spoiler alert. If you don't wanna know who's going to be in this in this movie fast forward two minutes. Here's the thing that's frustrating about this right. Because like i myself. Don't wanna look ahead. Because i want to be surprised when i see people appear on screen but it was delayed an entire year and we mine. It's not like this is like the panic. We love fast and furious. But it's not like you know. This is a hitch cocky and surprise like we're here for the pyro and the flying cars. I'm fine nine. Who's in the movie. So there's two people that did not come onto the trailer. Better known that maybe add. Something may be one of them. I'm not sure that had something the other one. I think would be a funny edition. Okay actually this one zero bought might like zuma's in this movie. Ooh oh also another physician and cardi b. makes debut think cardi b.'s. I can't imagine cardi b. Playing a character theirself even the past fear furious. This is what i'll tell you. I'm looking at the a cardi. B. is listed but does not have a character name and she has to be yourself. There's no way it's not a hundred percent hundred percent. Her that's amazing. Who's your dream person. You would want a vast various movie. Who young john zia no. That's yours so but sadism by well he did say is allowed so kurt russell was in a fast and furious hughes great. He was drinking felton beers and just ripping on dom drinking on this. Can you say someone who you don't like and you want to see him get pulverize jon. Voight being a fast and furious movie is watching. You're like wow yeah. Those christopher walking would be a great pop up. That's yeah dom zany uncle beverly. It's family christopher walken link. With a big watch you know had wanted to fast movie. Tom hanks just as tom hanks. Though on the street they like race by is like what's going on here. Okay tom hanks. Because you've gotta do. They're gonna carjack his son jett. Hanks definitely has huge bag. Lamborghini us in what you need is like either need to pull out and be like i need your car and they just throw them out into the street in the middle of like santa monica boulevard and they take his car to save the world. Go dream actors. Daniel day-lewis in this thing. Real serious turn is in the middle of fast and furious movie. Amazing thing is like daniel day lewis would never he would never sign up to get out. Acted by vin diesel. That's that's true. I think we've got a good working list every missing any beckham. few more want to get in there. Are there any more to add. Meryl streep you'll you'll lorenzo now. You're no longer so by you actually. This is incredible if there was like a percentage is like you have been the opposite. I.

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Fresh update on "zuma" discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

01:09 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "zuma" discussed on This Week in Science

"Happens. In humans there are obviously preferences that are developed from a very very very young age. But whether or not they have to do with an imprinting process is not something i ever heard of. So here's an interesting. Second thing that they they're asking about Or talking about the study also suggests that improper sensory inputs may kosner developed developmental disorders autism spectrum disorders. An attachment oxytocin is widely used for treating as the symptoms in adults. However dr zuma says our study indicates the toasted treatment in early neonates is more effective than after the critical period in improving the impairment of social behavior. That's oxytocin treatment of infants will be helpful in preventing a d. and a d. With open new therapeutic seizure or neurodevelopmental for bell mental disorders. The problem there is. How do you treat developmental issue at the time of development. When you don't know that there's going to develop a problem like the signs of autism. These things short much later don't they. Yeah they show a much later. Yep yep so. But i guess is trying to say that but if it is something that's genetic if it's known if you have a genetic predisposition in the family for autism of your baby's throat i mean. Do hug your baby. Oh yeah that'll give him oxytocin. I mean the brain produces oxytocin so interested since i don't know but it seems like this last statement enacting this autism disorder spectrum disorder. Seems like a reach to me. Maybe it's an inefficiency of of these three mechanisms that he's discovered that's not allowing the oxytocin to some printing at this point in these he's making. Hey maybe that's where all of this generates from that point. If you can give xijun oxytocin add oxytocin somehow than that might boost nordell more nor were rate or the one of those other out of the molecules. That's the doing you know that's part of that chain who might not even be stuff they are still might be available but i guess yeah anyway. This is more like testing babies. That's why i guess why. We do research on mice. If the sound nice thing that you've used for like okay we've tested this fetus and it has a high likelihood of having these genetic markers that lead to autism here things that we can do to promote Kind of traditional neuronal development as this baby develops right. I feel like that's more what this is going towards. Yeah i mean just looking into how the sensory system is involved in creating patterns of behavior and neuronal development for that will Affect an org an animal for the rest of their lives that happened very early in development and so if you can influence those it maybe it's all faction maybe it's vision. Maybe it sound. Maybe it's touch you know but perhaps you know. The addition of oxytocin could therapeutically be used to enhance neuronal development and sensory responses for individuals from a young age. It's something still there. If this is just a very this is just hypothetical at this point. It is but the thing that has has got me got stuck on. It is that it's a little bit arrogant of humans. Do you think that Such a few weeks or whatever it is in our early early early development can't possibly affect the outcomes the rest of our lives.

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Mbappe Powers PSG Past Bayern

ESPN FC

01:32 min | Last week

Mbappe Powers PSG Past Bayern

"Water match between buying munich and psg pse found themselves two nil up buying a bank to two two but in by gives psg the advantage going into the second leg in paris next week so much to talk about regarding this game. But you're gonna start with you overall. Just a brilliant match to watch absolutely brilliant match to watch. I think we all enjoy did. Obviously from a german perspective would rather by munich scoring five. Six seven goals. You know they had enough chances to to win this game but you gotta give a compliment to zuma this solid well that were highly aggressive in. Pompeii brought him up in a second golden martinez. But then it's typical by munich. They're gonna come back and they came back they came back. I mean had made some adjustments in the young already in the first time. We've gotta seems like he was injured a little bit and Ease up dow zula wafting by especially alfonzo. Dave is coming in on the left flank. He made a little bit of difference in that post and that made it created chances after chances thing tomas played an outstanding game. The eagle is it an popayan made through a goal. I think overall attaya maybe we would have been a more honest the sold but it's going to be wide open for the second leg even if peres comes away with a win. It's not over yet. I think i'm unique. We'll go to peres next week and give them a real goal and anything can happen there in In perez next week

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Professional video-gamer, 25, bows out over thumb injury

Richard Eeds

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Professional video-gamer, 25, bows out over thumb injury

"Due to a thumb injury. Thomas Papa Rato, also known as Zuma announced he's taking a step back from competitive call of duty. Operator would played for the East sports team called the New York sub liners. He struggled with a weakness in his thumb and wrist a few years ago and had to have surgery since then. Pop. Arado says the injury has returned, making it difficult for him to compete at the highest level against some of the best players in the world. Little human. NBC NEWS RADIO The New

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Professional video-gamer, 25, hangs up controller over thumb injury

Weird AF News

04:23 min | 3 months ago

Professional video-gamer, 25, hangs up controller over thumb injury

"A top video gamer has been forced to retire at age. Twenty five because of a thumb injury. That's very early to retire from anything. Twenty five years old. But you imagine he's probably been playing video games for twenty four and a half years. Correct these dudes just come out of the womb looking for a controller. Ready to play games. Kids start early. This guy's name. Is thomas zuma papa arado. He says he's stepping back from professional gaming due to injuries. I've never heard of this guy. I don't do gamer stories. I don't really follow gamers. But i thought hey. Let's do a gamer story on weird news for one time now. I think i covered video game a few months ago as as well so it says here. The twenty five year olds zuma will stop competing for the foreseeable future because playing through the pain in in his hand just isn't possible anymore. Here's a quote from zuma. It breaks my heart to step away from a game. I put my heart and soul into every single day for eight years. I tell you. He said that on his twitter account going through that process. You know getting healthy again was one of the hardest things i ever had to do. Both and mentally which led to a lot of stress and anxiety. I needed surgeries. I've been struggling with injuries. It's the hardest thing ever. Yes got wrist thumb problems a makes this makes it tough to compete against the best players in the world. I don't enjoy competing. When i can't be the zuma everyone knows and loves and and feel like it's not fair to myself or to or to my team to go through all that again potentially causing more damage to my hand been grateful to have had a very long playing career. Actually i've met so many amazing people through e sports and have made so many friendships continue to cherish for the rest of my life. Sure i can't use my opposable thumbs. Which really is the thing that distinguishes us most from the other mammals and it really allows us to live in life. But you know what this just some things. You gotta sacrifice when you want to be a very good gamer. I can't pick up anything now. I can't eat a twinkie. i just can't have. You should see me and peel an orange. It's just terrible thankfully. I've made enough money in east sports to hire somebody that appeal on my oranges for me. That's what's going on here. And i cannot hitchhike because i can't raise my thumb hitchhike. You think that's an old school thing that no one does anymore. Well i'll tell you people do it. People do it sometimes. You need a ride okay. As always only half of that quote was correct. I just can't take this guy so seriously. I feel bad you know. He's he can't play video games again. Know get a real job. Now just go and get a real job like the rest of us now zuma welcome to reality sir although he probably has made so much money playing video games these east sports. If you're very good at it you can make so much money from what i understand. He probably never has to work a day in his life ever again. He probably has enough money to buy biotic thumbs and fingers to replace his regular gidgets. I'd imagine Do they do that yet can you. Can you get like a thumb plant thumb implant like a robotics. Thumb seems seems possible. I mean if you if you can install a vagina. why can't you get a robot thumb. I feel like now it mentions at the end of the article that the video game that zuma most successful ad and has to retire from his call of duty which is a first person shooter. Game that i used to play along with black ops. I really enjoyed those games and played them for quite some time. But i had to stop. Because i had this moment of realization word. I looked in my xbox and you can see how many hours of accrued video game time you've been playing and it was like almost eight hundred hours and i was like. Wow what a loser i was like. I gotta get my life together. One eight hundred hours. What does that like. Several months wasted playing these games. It was it was a real sobering moment. I got rid of my xbox and now you know now i record a podcast in a closet so you know sometimes you just got to pull yourselves up from your bootstraps and just you know. Be successful like you know like me.

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Advancing an Antibody to Prevent and Treat Cytokine Storms in COVID-19

The Bio Report

05:24 min | 4 months ago

Advancing an Antibody to Prevent and Treat Cytokine Storms in COVID-19

"Cameron. Thanks for joining us. Annual real pleasure to be with you. We're gonna talk about covid. Nineteen kind storms in your experimental therapy zuma mob which is in late stage testing for covid as in clinical development to treat a range of cancers and other conditions. I thought we could start with a little history of the company had been known as callow bios. It was heading towards the liquidation. And you succeeded the infamous martin kelly who was on the job for about four weeks before he was arrested. What attracted you to the company. Well been in this role now for five years the company while it had multiple problems back then always had very interesting science. And that's proven to be the case with the development work that we've established for lenzi mab and i've advertising mab those Two of our lead. Monaco acted me was first and foremost the science. Secondly the opportunity to have a significant impact on as many patients as possible. You rename the company managing and put a focus on rare neglected diseases. Lead zoom apple was being developed to treat rare cancers sam l. j. aml where was the drug actually discovered so the drunk was initially developed not in its current format by a research group in australia and humanitarian licensed those rights. He managing has a proprietary platform technology. Cold human era and human hearing takes the role material if you will in some ways and optimizes it and lenzi mab as the product of that up so it's fully owned by hugh managing and we applied the same secret sauce. If you will to Taja again i advertise you. Map is fully by humanitarian covid. Nineteen can turn deadly by causing what's known as a kind storm. What's a cytokine storm. And how does covid nineteen caused this to happen. Well what happens. Is the virus triggers. An inflammatory reaction. And we all have those kinds of things happening in our body when we engage with viruses bacteria fungi and some types of cancer. So we want the immune system to work in those situations. Unfortunately in some patients with nineteen the immune system goes into overdrive so inflammatory reaction is really what causes some of the body systems to go haywire. So think of it this way daniel. It's a little like you sometimes need to have a foot on the brake and sometimes you need to have a foot on the gas when you're driving. According to the circumstances you encounter cited kind storm is a bit like having your foot on the gas and keeping it pressed on the gas with out anything taking it off. So what lens. Any map does as it. Neutralizes side kind. The triggers the stole and so in some ways in lens does have a jewel mechanism in some ways. You could think of it. Take the metaphor further as both taking the foot off the gas pedal and applying foot on the break. And that's walk allows. The cited kind storm to dissipate. What is granollers site. Macrophage pollinating stimulating factor. Is is this. The signalling you spoke about it is and we abbreviated. Helpfully to g. m. c. sf so gmc sf is a bit like communication conduit between certain cells in the body. They're involved in the inflammatory response. And when not inflammatory response goes into overdrive in the way i've described a lot more. Gmc s. f. is produced that triggers other side kinds downstream site signs to do their dastardly work. So if you can neutralize gmc if you can prevent some of the downstream impacts and daniel. Sometimes the way. I describe this is if you have been at a party. And people dram party coppers you pull a string this this liberal explosion and a whole load of confetti and streamers and glitter and other stuff goes all over the place well pulling the string is a bit like gmc sf being triggered an the convention streamers and glitter of the downstream site. Kinds that just go everywhere and create havoc

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Password abusers of 2020

Talking Tech

02:55 min | 4 months ago

Password abusers of 2020

"So stay tuned after the show to learn more. We're not the only ones who bad job with our passwords companies have a lot to atone for as well dash laying. The password manager likes to end each year with buckets coal for companies. That have not done a good job of keeping our password safe and as always i love reading their chart in letting you know what they have say. I'm jefferson graham. This is talking tech this year twitter. Zoom top dash lanes annual chart of the worst password offenders. His both companies. No tash lane quote allowed their employees and users to fall victim to cyber attacks by using weak passwords unquote. Let me fill you in twitter last july one hundred and thirty verified accounts belonging to barack. Elon musk bill gates. Joe biden and others began to post bitcoin scams because as it turned out a small number of twitter employees fell victim to a phishing attack. Twitter responded by having their employees change their passwords which notes should have happened earlier not later zoom the video meeting app. Which is we've spoken about. Was the most downloaded iphone ipad app of the year. Saw half a million zoom prudential's posted for sale. In april hackers figured out several ways in including credential stuffing and deployment of multiple bots to capitalize on zuma's week and reused passwords potentially compromising more of these users account across the web easyjet the uk based budget airline suffered a cyber attack. The compromised nine million emails itineraries with over two thousand customers credit card. Details breached starwood. The parent company of the mariot mega chain was still recovering from a twenty eighteen data breach when another five point. Two million marietta guests were involved in january hack. The culprit compromised mariot employees log in credentials and on and on. It went the company's lead us down but we need to be more diligent as well with our passwords notes dash lane which says that the average internet user has over two hundred digital accounts that require passwords a figure projected to double to four hundred in next five years so again kids use random and different passwords for every account. You have because repeating the same password note stash. Lane is a lot like using the same key for your house in your car. If someone gets a hold of the keys they now have access to your car. All it takes is for one bad password for hacker to get your information dash line along

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Soft Power 2020

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

08:45 min | 4 months ago

Soft Power 2020

"Am joined today on special soft power program by mongols foreign editor megan gibson monocle culture editor kiara ramallah and monocle twenty four culture correspondent and eurovision desk chief. Fernando augusto up. We have a lot to cover in analyzing who made l. top ten this year and who didn't but we should talk about first of all meghan. What an unusual year for calibrating soft power. This was because of course it was like every country on earth given the same test it was like he is a pandemic deal revert. And see what it says about you. As a nation did it make a difference on how countries will seen by the rest of the world and soft power terms. It absolutely did like you said every country was dealing pretty much the same set of problems but just as internally the pandemic kind of shed light on where countries weren't up to snuff and where there's certain systems were lacking or the social welfare net was not working so too did a show which countries were really relying on kind of coasting approach to diplomacy and soft power. Every country had to turn inward in some respect. You had to face an economy. Crunch you had to face a healthcare crisis but a lot of countries still managed to think about diplomacy and what. They're projecting abroad and to other countries and global cooperation. And that is something. I think that kind of threw up some surprises when we actually looked at the year in terms of soft power some countries that have never made our list before immediately caught our eye. Well let's talk about that. We'll come back a bit later to how different countries responded to the covid nineteen crisis. But let's look first of all at our top ten and meghan all ask you again. You were talking about surprise entries in the top ten. Who is there. The see that hasn't been before i think the first one. I'm going to go to taiwan. And i should say we've done top ten this year. Usually we do top twenty five. We quickly realized that there weren't twenty five countries. That actually made that good impression on the world. I would say this year. A peace prize in the nineteen forties. Exactly we cut it down to ten and picked the ten countries that did something notable on the world stage and taiwan absolutely one of them from their stellar leadership in actually handling the virus. Which i mean has seen the country. Even today has had quite a minimal effect. On at the helm of its citizens numbers have been tiny and given their proximity to china. Remarkable for that. That's just been something that they've really been able to step up and show that they've had good leadership and for such a tiny country and a country that has been long grappling with a very antagonistic neighbor. That's been really impressive. And i think we've also could look at another country that has made our list consistently but also small and has done really well with the pandemic and that's new zealand new zealand again a beneficiary of its leadership and of its leader. Another factor we will come back to later in the show. I wanted to bring you in now. Kiara refu- look at the top ten. Were there any entries in there that left out at you. It's difficult for me to look at this without my cultural hat on. Because i do think that cultural exports make up so much of a country soft power their own way. You know if you do have a tv hit. That really can change. The international perspective of people have on your country in the issue. We have profile of borgen. The danish show which kind of guess kicked off almost a huge facination with scanning wa. I'm happy that south korea is in the fair number and i were discussing. Grammy results on are getting their first ever kind of major grammy nomination. I mean that is huge because the grammys are essentially a us kind of awards ceremony. Yes of course it has one global subcategory but it's largely. Us fakest for a korean bond to be nominated as part of that really means that they have become not only a korean band moore global bond and that radius testament to the power of capes. I think south korea has really well deserved second-place cultural reasons but also for all the other reasons dr megan was discussing. It's very interesting. Also you you know you mentioned new zealand as well and perhaps it's a very niche reason to be very well known abroad but i do think that new zealand has got an increasing amount of really interesting. Musical acts that are genuinely world class. I'm talking the likes of zuma. Alice harding benet talking. Broods mullen williams all quite indie acts but in the the community which is very dedicated. Genuinely these are kind of agenda setting also around the world. So i think it's really interesting. That a tiny nation can produce a really interesting side of the musical experimentation side of things obviously around this table. Four nations are represented all nations with instantly recognizable and widely understood national brands. And that's my nation of australia. Kiara of italy fernando's of brazil megan's of canada which i notice is the only one in the top ten. This whole thing is just the most shameless stitch-up so fernando to bring you in brazil a country with a powerful national brand and yet you are not in the top ten this year. Do you feel especially put out by that is. Is there a case you would like to make well. No no no not not in two thousand twenty eight gave you the big buildings builder. People would be surprised by me. Because i always a believer brazilian. I'm very proud of being resilient. And i am still an and we do have an amazing opportunity to be one of the best countries in soft power so perhaps in a few years will be there the top of the list but honestly i mean this year has been terrible for brazil president. He's an isolationist. he's not handling very well. The situation in the rain forest which matters a lot for the outside world. Perhaps those of us who enjoy breathing so exactly. But i mean it. It is an issue in brazil. but i notice. We've all my friends when they say. Oh how during forest the amazon. Your president doesn't care. And of course his declaration sometimes every day he said something quite offensive to specific groups. And it's funny. I was trying to say i mean. What is brazil doing. well now we. We are student load of great things but even at football you have. Our biggest star neymar liked by some. But he's but even in brazil. Laura people don't like neymar like perhaps some aspects of his personality. So then i think even football. We're not so well liked turfing. We need to improve. I am an optimistic. I think things will change but two thousand twenty is yeah. I agree it. It's not the year of brazil. And i do think this year has been a blip for a lot of countries and as i was saying you know cultural experts from italy. Obviously still very strong italian food still eating around the world unloved around the world especially on this table but this year it was all about the countries that had cut through and what the cut through was what the stories that were resonating around. The world like fernandez. The amazon is what people were thinking about. When they thought about brazil they were not thinking of amazing beaches. Or you know wonderful culture and things like that it was the bad headlines that were really being projected around the world just finally in this first part of the show. I am going to rise heroically above complaining too much about the struggles exclusion in favor of new zealand. And just let these self evident absurdity of that speak for itself but meghan there couple of other countries which again have shoes soft power in princeton fact arguably the countries with the to hugest soft power imprint i e the united kingdom and the united states neither of the mike it and is that just about covid nineteen and all the people who happened to be leading them at the moment. It is definitely down to leadership. Soft power is usually something that is built up over years and decades so usually it can survive a bad year it can survive a wrong thinking government but in the case of the uk and definitely the us. It's not that. Diplomacy was neglected in the last few years. I mean we've seen a lot of policies that have been actually hostile to global cooperation. And i think a lot of people's perceptions of those countries have really shifted especially when it comes to the us under donald trump.

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Principal Kafele: Tips and Tricks to Flourish with Hybrid Learning

Vrain Waves: Teaching Conversations with Minds Shaping Education

04:23 min | 5 months ago

Principal Kafele: Tips and Tricks to Flourish with Hybrid Learning

"Can you tell us some cool things and some maybe some tips and tricks for how you can thrive in a hybrid environment. Yeah definitely been It's truly been a whirlwind as an educator in the classroom of trial and error for sure. But i've been trying out teaching in my class. Different things such as rotations enduring are high flex time so instead of teaching synchronous lee and the classroom i've been actually teaching my virtual kids first and then teaching my class kids second so What we do is we build up to. We're building up essentially to a station rotation model for blended learning space. I teach my virtual group. I while i while my in class kids engaged in a retrieval practice activity based around concepts that. We've already learned to commit that information to long term. Memory retrieval practices one of my newest favorite professional development pieces. You tell me like. I'm a kindergartner. What is what's retrieval practice. And why is it getting a lot of hype right now. So retrieval practice will i i. I need to Really put out there. That patrice bain and pooja. Argh wall who wrote powerful teaching It's one of the professional developments that were actually doing our district right. Now have written this amazing book to talk. About how retrieval practice which is the practice of actually pulling information out of our brain is so important in the education setting because a lot of what we do in education is encoding so we give students information but we never really ask them to remember that information until it's a high stakes environment such as an assessment. So the idea. Around retrieval practice is that we are giving them more opportunities and a low stakes environment in order to allow them to practice their remembering of information and concepts and the ideas that we can get foundational information down and pat so that we can move onto those higher level. Like bloom's taxonomy of creating an analyzing in order to have a more Successful classroom environment and have students understanding concepts at higher levels. The that's fascinating so basically having kids dig back for information helps them. Actually learn is kind of what retrieval does shocking. Right like practice remembering you. You drive to one place you practice driving that place. You're going to remember that route no matter what and then it just becomes you drive there and text of the same time. I hope not or listen to rain So i interrupted you. Sorry so what's going on hybrids with retrieval and all that stuff. Sorry no problem. That was a great no background to what the my in class kids are. Actually doing while. I'm teaching my virtual students. So students are working on retrieval activities and while they work independently on those retrieval activities. Which again are based on previous concepts. So it's independent. Because they know it and they won't need my support for it. I give a mini lesson to my students at home and we do guided practice. And then i send them on their way to finish the rest of the independent work and then i teach again my second mini lesson all over again with students in the classroom and i found that by teaching in rotations. Like this i was better able to connect with each group of students especially in the elementary setting. They know when. You're talking to the what i call the zuma's and when you talk to the rumors zuma's in room just some of that so it's been a really great way to build that capacity with students in the room and then also online and then i've also found some like to really big tidbits. This year is that it's important to go. Slow to go fast Modeling and practicing how to use these different online platforms and tools to help build their capacity. So that they can masterfully. Use it on their own And then also making That homework incredibly scaffold so that they also again have that capacity to do it independently and be able to provide an extension for students who are able to move through the material quickly and then the scaffold portion if they were moving through it at a normal pace than they could just stop with the independent essentially. So it's been an adventure We're finding what works for us and truly getting into group at this point.

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Brexit negotiations suspended as member of EU team tests positive for COVID-19

Not Too Shabby

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Brexit negotiations suspended as member of EU team tests positive for COVID-19

"The European Union's chief negotiator on a post Brexit deal with Britain has said talks with his British counterpart will be suspended for a short period as a member of the EU team has tested positive for coronavirus. Michele Barnier said the two sides would continue their work while fully respecting coronavirus guidelines. His neck beak, crucially that remain in contact. We think over Zuma's well, these negotiations will continue and remember so much of this process has taken place during the pandemic, where they've had to deal with restrictions on not being able to be in the same room on quite a few occasions. But you know, this could have come frankly, at a worse

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Stitch Fix is betting youll buy clothes its way

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

07:20 min | 6 months ago

Stitch Fix is betting youll buy clothes its way

"Bashing has changed since the covid nineteen outbreak began in that there is none. Okay. I'm exaggerating a little but what we're wearing has changed a lot one company of knows exactly how much is stitch fix it learns your style through a mix of online quizzes and outcomes and higher stylist who choose clothes specifically for you, you get a box of personalized items one at a time or as a subscription, keep what you want and send back the rest behind the scenes. The company's tack predicts what you and people like you might like. So it's always updating inventory and its in house brands but. What happens to a clothing company? Even a super techie one in a pandemic Katrina. Lake is the founder and CEO of stitch fix. We've been able to meet the client where she is where he is because our business model is predicated on this notion of personalization, and while we haven't seen these big macro disruptions all that often we see it on the micro level all the time we see people who are switching jobs. Now they're in a more casual workplace and so like those types of micro trends that we. have been able to meet the client where he or she is for years and years like that. Same Muscle help us in the last six months as we've seen this massive trend towards casualization and and frankly people buying less close. But buying more meaningful more on more thoughtfully buying clothes that that are really what they need that exact moment. How would it help you overcome something like supply chain leg, which we saw so many businesses suffer from I mean our business model has always been. We put things. Out in the world, we can know within a few a matter of weeks. This color is working better than that one this size, and we should only make this in these sizes and not those, and so that flexibility was already a capability that we were building with our vendors where we needed them to be flexible because we had such great data so that we could evolve our buys and so that was a muscle we already had created with our vendors as we think about kind of big not crow shifts like. The casualization of the workplace trend like we actually already were working on that like we already knew that the workplace was becoming more casual and so yes, like we pulled up a lot of volume in happened faster than we anticipated but I think this pandemic really has accelerated trends that were already happening. What does the data tell you about what might be coming? I think right now what we're seeing is I think some of these changes are going to be permanent. The data is showing us that first of all people are going to be buying apparel online and much much greater proportions and they were historically. So right now people are buying less close people are going on fewer vacations. People have less weddings to go to You know all the reasons people are buying less close at this very moment. And even as the market is shrinking, we are growing in the face of that. So we are taking share in that world at some point some of those categories will come back up like people will start going back out going to dinner is going on vacations, and so we do think some of that market will come back up I do think that like some of the desire to be more. Thoughtful and what people buy I think that's permanent like I mean we are all living with our things right now and I. Think we are. We are all I think realizing that there are things in our closet that we bought just because it was eighty percent off or that we bought for just one occasion and it was super cheap and now we feel weird about it being in our closet and So I do think people are going to be more thoughtfully buying probably fewer things that mean more in their lives and I think that's a good trend for us and I think the casualization of the workplace is a permanent trend I mean I think that's that's one that's been happening for years and years, and you know if we imagine a world in which more people are working from home and. People have more flexibility you know we're going to be asking are close to be serving more of a multi-purpose. You know like kind of the I want something that I could wear on zoom and then work out and then come back to work beyond Zuma gotten right and so you know I think that there is going to I think that that casualization or the workplace trend will will certainly continue. You mentioned that you know people may by fewer things that have more meaning to them. How is that good for you? Oh, that's great for us on our businesses always been about we want to be your partner in helping you find things that you love. So if people are less likely to be buying things just because it's on a steep discount or you know buying something to where it wants even though it doesn't fit perfectly like this is actually how we win is actually when people are really looking for the one thing that fits for the. One thing they going to really love and that's where I think. We our capabilities around personalization are much much a really showcase. I think if people are much more focused on like I'm GonNa buy not as many things, but I really WanNa love them like that is great for us. How if at all have you developed new technology or tweaked your existing recommendation technology during the pandemic, our core business has really been the. Six model where clients let us know what they're looking for, and we send them items to try on in the comfort of their own home, and of course, that model is very resonant today but we also have introduced direct by in ways that people can engage with our recommendations in new ways, and so now people can actually use their apt to be able to to buy things directly from us from recommendations and that helps. as people have more sporadic needs than they used to and so we've really thought about how do we capitalize on this moment when people are really thinking about kind of new ways to do things and and we'd be as relevant as we can. Your Chief Operating Officer said on your most recent earnings, call that the company plans to automate more to approve improve efficiency. Can you give me some details about how to work? You know we still have a lot of low hanging fruit in our on in our operations and You know this has been a business that grew to be you know one point, seven, billion dollars in just about ten years and and so we we built a lot of things quickly and You know there are simple things like as examples you know we can make our warehouses more dense by having multiple kind of layers of how we store things, and so that's kind of a simple example of like if we can actually build more vertically in our warehouses, we can make our warehouses more efficient we also have been starting to use. Robots to help our. Associates to be able to do their jobs more efficiently, and so that's capital investment that we've been making our warehouses and so you know I think there's still a fair amount of low hanging fruit in terms of making sure that our warehouses can be as efficient and that we're using as much technology to make our warehouse associates jobs as as good as we can. Necessarily talking about algorithms that fully replace actual human stylists. No, that's not actually what we are referring to. There I mean we are algorithms can continue to be better in butter but like our stylists are such a valuable and differentiating part of our business like I think we really believe that we can continue to invest in Algorithms to help our silence to be better and help me are stylish jobs better and more effective and easier But I think that that combination is such a secret sauce of ours. Katrina Lake is the founder and CEO of stitch. Fix.

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Zoom adds paid events

Talking Tech

01:17 min | 6 months ago

Zoom adds paid events

"You're like me. You probably spend a lot of time on the zoom service every day for many hours a day. Well, Zuma's expanding beyond just though all those meetings to find a way for people to make money with their online classes concerts and the like there's a new shoot called on zoom. Let me tell you about it. You will need a page zoom account. To qualify would to accept payments through pay pal platform users with paid or free account can watch. This is a way for zoom to make classes more efficient because for now, people are doing the classes, but they're asking people to go to a tip jar. Go to then mo go to Patriot go other ways to pay them. Zoom wants you to do everything within zoom. Good. Idea they also go to places like event bright for ticket sales, and now you can just do it all on Soom and but but if you're gonNA, do it again, you're going to need a payment plan in rates start at fifteen dollars monthly for up to one hundred people for your event classes that are available on the website now includes classical music lessons, art photography, and exercise. Classes I think it will expand greatly beyond that.

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Former Blackboard CEO Aims to Bring New Features to Zoom Classrooms

Equity

01:32 min | 7 months ago

Former Blackboard CEO Aims to Bring New Features to Zoom Classrooms

"The former CO founder of blackboard, which is a learning system that I don't know if you guys used in college I, used it to check grades and syllabi. You don't like it. Alex terrorizes putting thumbs down on the. Echo version of software ratings I mean is blackboard was notoriously bad. Even ten years ago I can't imagine it's gotten better well, well, thankfully, the CO founder has you know he went to actually precision Hawk which is a drone startup left dot in January is now onto his new company class EDU and their first product is not. So casually called class resume for everyone listening I. Suggest reading my story because the demo does a really good job and I won't be able to do as Greg Griffeth job but the features are basically creating zoom if it was genuinely belt for teachers to lead a class beyond kind of a one on one discussion, which is kind of how Zuma's right now. So some of the features all run to them really quickly as. A teacher can kind of launch live sinement quizzes and tests. Then it can see students complete them. We'll also seeing their desktop few you've to give permission, but we can debate on if that's too much power or not. It can also kind to class or music class, which is good for early learners. Its structure kind of puts the teacher on the left and let's students toggle between different views of the. Friends assignments they're talking about, and then finally it lets students reach out and ask a teacher a question and of do a one on one zoom with them on the side in case there shy and don't want to talk in front of the whole class. So it was a little the big features

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NFL Injury Report: Week 2

Waddle & Silvy

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

NFL Injury Report: Week 2

"Receiver Chris Godwin isn't concussion protocol. George Kittle has been rolled out. George Kendall. Hi. Did you see his need bent in a really strange when he came back and finished that game in that loss against the Cardinals? He was just ruled out, so I don't think it's on your hot list. Okay. What else do we see Anything else of note? I saw it last night, The Bangles tied and CJ Zuma. Zuma has a torch Achilles. He's out for the season cold. Starting, Jack Doyle is out against the Vikings. Jamison Crowder for the Jets is out against the 40 Niners. As you mentioned Adam, the Lions have ruled out Kenny Golladay. Cornerback Desmond Trufant and guard Joe Doll. Free money Packers No tackle Kenny Clark is out for lions. I got to tell you, I think that the injury reports are lighter than I thought they'd be after one week, especially with no training camp, but

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Turning video game tech into accessible tools

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:28 min | 8 months ago

Turning video game tech into accessible tools

"Why can't we just or Wilshire up to an XBOX and play it? Why can't we just drive up and be able to control a drone in the sky or vehicle, and that's where this adapter that we developed. The freedom link came from is orthopedic. And Bill Binko Co. and a lot of people who are in those medical spaces have been saying to us for awhile you should be able to take these highly specialized highly customized devices that make ends of hours in order to put together thousands of dollars and just use them on different algae without having to reinvent the wheel every single. Let's talk about e sports a bit obviously. Sports are increasingly popular. Are there tools that maybe some of these competitive game players are using to get an edge that then could funnel in to accessibility technology even for non? Gamers. Lot of items that are not intended for the. Community that end up working out just great For example, this ord is the latest and greatest in audio technology everybody who's a Gamer everyone who's a player as a discord account and this just a program you put on your phone in order to play in talk to each other during the Games. But now people use it for interviews I use scored more often than I use zoom these days. So Zuma's just inherently inaccessible. I use a program called Dragon Naturally. Speaking to be able to type. So if I'm you the call in Zoom, it beauts my entire computer. So therefore, I am Mel rendered completely unable to communicate with anyone else while that's muted. So that's why programs like this corridor better because they've already fought about accessibility and have included it where you know plays, legs zoom still have some catching up to do you know there's there's things like, for example, one of my most recommended a trawlers is called a track I. Are Right and it's a controller where you put a hat on your head with a little infrared cliff and there's a camera that sits on top the your monitor and when you move your head around down left right it can see that and it was originally intended to be art of Microsoft flight simulator. So you can look around the cockpit of an airplane like pretty down there but we discovered that you can use that same technology and make you keyboard inputs so. That now I can hear letters with just moving my head and that allows you to games. So what you're constantly doing if you're a disabled is re purposing and re engineering things so that they can be used in everyday settings. So maybe there is a controller that can push three buttons at the same time, and in fact, there are and you can use these in eastwards if they let you now not every eastport allows you to do this kind of thing. There are oftentimes where they consider this against the rules it's cheating etc etc, and there really hasn't yet been an opportunity for years with disabilities to really get into eastwards arena and you know that's one of those projects that we continue to work on his hottest work out could aren't we make it fair for people with disabilities play while at the same time, not giving a superior edged people who are already very, very good with a standard controller. So you know, it's just a matter of working out the fairness and figuring out eastwards fits in the disability community. But that brings up the point that accessibility in gaming is more than just about playing the video game itself. Absolutely. Yeah. you know we always say gamers is that it's just an attempt to allow people to have that way to on that social isolation though inside charities mission purpose is on vessel isolation, foster inclusive communities, and improve the quality of life for people with disabilities, and we do that like connecting you to other human beings, your family members, your friends, your community you can get back out into that and not be alone. Using video games and you know some people will be like, oh, video games are not important or I'm not a Gamer I. Don't WanNa I. Don't WanNa play. It's like we're trying to explain but this is just the tool they were using. It's like your car, right so you may not care about what you drive, but you just need a tool to get you from your house do hanging out with your friends and that's the same thing. The video games can do. We can get you to an area where you have a purpose of going in providing or your guild mates and and having that real sense of purpose. Gamers was really fortunate a few years ago to work with Walter Reed Army Hospital, and we were able to find that in instances where someone is coming back and they have had an injury that they were more than eighty percent less likely to consider self harm. If they had that close knit units the same experience of being over there with their army units. Over here in video. Games Steve Spawn Chief Operating Officer at able gamers charity he told us there were about forty six million potential players with disabilities in the US. Of the people reaching out to his group in particular have a physical disability that limits their ability to use traditional

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How I Built Resilience: Alberto Perlman of Zumba

How I Built This

05:19 min | 9 months ago

How I Built Resilience: Alberto Perlman of Zumba

"Alberto we had John Foley, Peleton on a couple of weeks ago and saving Lincoln a bar three. Obviously, the industry as a whole has just been absolutely decimated, right? I mean twenty four hour fitness file for bankruptcy gyms across the country are struggling. Many of them may not survive at the same time working from home is really you know Anybody who's tried to get dumbbells online knows it's impossible to find them right now. Right I heard. There's a black market for dumbbells. Yeah. How has the Economic Crisis Affected Zimba? So so we set out and said, let's base our response to the pandemic and we started seeing this in January and February because we have instructors in Titan and our instructors in China were telling us hey, this is really bad. You guys have to prepare for this because if this. Gets out. This is not good. So we said we have to do three things. One most important thing how do we continue to help structure state generate income to how do we deliver a education virtually for people New People want to become instructors or existing instructors who need further education especially, if they're transitioning virtual and three, how do we keep our promise to make the world happy and healthy? The first thing we did was we allowed instructors to start teaching online. They started teaching zoom but Paulo to to that, we started developing our own platform and it's called Zen Studios Instense for Zoom Instructor, network. So in Studio and in studio allows instructors to lyceum their classes in allows them to upload prerecorded glasses with a licensed. It allows them to charge for their classes. It allows him to list their classes on for months, Zoom Dot Com. We really focused on his since studio concept to help our instructors generate income during the the lock them, and at the same time we said we are structures are not necessarily trained in using all this technology. So we better provide all the education that they need. So we created all these courses that were done through zoom and some are learning courses that instructors could take. To become what we call virtual fitness pros and tour surprise within a month and a half, we had about a million people a week taking Zuma classes virtually, which is amazing for a new virtual product. It was really on structure selling their students. Hey, non teaching online income, take my class virtually every week we launched improvements to the platform. So we added chat to the platform. So students can chat while you're taking the class we added emojis we added that thinks to the paywall so that Instructors could take payment, which every were launching new tech at a pace that our technology team had never done before, and I'm so proud of them because they really took it to the next level. Yeah. I mean you basically stood up a virtual platform within weeks. I mean I'm imagining that if you had a plan like, let's say a year ago you said, Hey, we want to do a virtual platform it would have taken you like a year to put together right and you do this In like six weeks. Yeah. Unbelievable. Working nights weekends. It felt like we were starting Zuma again it felt like you know how jeff vessels says they won. It really felt like they won we felt unstoppable. We're going at it. We were talking to instructors to get feedback on how to make the platform perfect for them, and at the same time we said we to also help our instructors and the world at large during the pandemic in other ways. So we created a community fund where we Gave a funds out to instructors directly affected by covert themselves who were hospitalized, who had family members that pass away or instructors that were because our instructors sometimes are. Their site job. So we had a lot of instructors who are nurses a lot huge population of nurses who are also instructors. So we help them their frontline workers, we help them with their services. So we created this community fund and we also did something that we call the one class, one meal program for every person who took a virtual class which. We make revenue on all the revenue goes to the instructors for every person takes a virtual class with donated meal a during the month of June, and we donated one point, one million meals to food banks around the world while. So Alberta's when when somebody signs up for a virtual class on the Zimba- platform, all that revenue pays for it goes to. The instructor yeah everything instructing well. So so I mean, how are you guys? I mean you're still a business you still have employees how're you kind of managing the business and I mean have you had to have lay-offs or furloughs for example? Yeah. So we didn't do any layoffs wouldn't do any for those. Surprisingly are clothing business is doing very well people. Buying fitness clothing to work out at home and we were able to manage. It obviously is not going to be of very profitable year because we made a lot of investments to make all these things happen but that's not our objective. This year objected this is about the people it's about the instructors is about their students is about our employees it's always been. And this year, it's even more about a just helping out others and a

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Robotics: An Overview

Learn to Code with Me

02:44 min | 9 months ago

Robotics: An Overview

"Just explain a bit about like what the field of robotics looks like an is yeah, so a lot of the popular robots that you probably have seen in the news. They're based off of being able to have a robot. That's walking. We're very intelligent robots, not their robots are mechanical pieces. You know of junk. Put something into. Right and so yeah, you'll see walking robot to see dog robots. You'll see the facial expression robots you know that are supposed to women in some way, and those are yes, they definitely hardware involved in back can be very complicated, but what drives those is a I am the programming the software behind it and so in order for us to even get to that point. We're GONNA need a lot more about we're really not there yet. Yes, we have some degree of walking robots, but it's not a ubiquitous technology that you can just plug in play from being in some of my robotics internships. I definitely got the feel that understanding the field robotics is also looking at. At where what it's not doing what people are trying to do and you'll see some articles here there about ooh. Does this robot really what the company that made? It says it does he know like is it? Is it real and that's true for a lot of a more advanced robot, so you might be thinking of so you have to start small. If you were a robotics, intern added company. They most likely would have a narrow field for you so for me. When I was Zuma, robotics internships I always had very narrow fields where it was like maybe just mapping, Gimme a robot to be able to understand its location and navigate on its own or it's. Just being able to see and being identify objects like there's usually a barrier build when you go into robotics, and so you think bishen perception, you think of autonomy so being able to navigate on itself, and that doesn't have to be on legs. It can be on wheels, and then also just some of the use cases so not all robots are meant to do the same things. Some just look pretty and. Some. Just look you know they just walk in. That's all they do. And there is no real application, and then there are other areas of interest where it's like. How do we create an office about the delivers prince to you, so you don't have to get up. Or How do you tell presence robot so that someone can come into an office remotely, but they can't get through the. The door. How do they get to the door on their own? They always need. Someone opened the door for them. So those are some of the branches that you can go on and what anybody who's interested in robotics as a idea, just start going on the list of. How would they do this holiday that end in? You'll come to see how much further we have to go.

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Gwen Stefani's ex-husband Gavin Rossdale says 'most embarrassing moment' was the end of his marriage

Jared and Katie

01:02 min | 10 months ago

Gwen Stefani's ex-husband Gavin Rossdale says 'most embarrassing moment' was the end of his marriage

"Tell, you know he was married to Gwen Stefani for a very, very, very long time and Gavin Ross Dale today, saying that his most embarrassing moment in life Was the crumbling of his marriage to Gwen Stefani. Okay, he said it was one sided. He said that it made him look like a total a hole, and he said there were two people in this marriage, and he said that she in away made out better, and he had to suffer. And and took the embarrassment. It was 100% embarrassing for eyes must be still embarrassing because here she is going on show after show, and she's with another guy on national television. That's so much better than Gavin was right. Beloved Blake Shelton. Yes, the Bush singer Gavin Rasta, who's 54 by the way, and Gwen's too funny who's 50 were married for 13 years. The divorce was finalized One year later, they share three Children. They have Kingston, whose 14 Zuma, whose 11 and Apollo who six And Gavin Russell. He didn't just come out and say this, he was asked during an interview, which is part of the problem sometimes is that they these out crazy answers are then publishes. If he's just coming out to say,

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Can Tennis Stars Be Trusted to Act Responsibly? (With Reem Abulleil)

No Challenges Remaining

05:23 min | 10 months ago

Can Tennis Stars Be Trusted to Act Responsibly? (With Reem Abulleil)

"Welcome to no challenges remaining Ben Rothenberg delighted to be joined yet again during this corona virus hiatus from the tour by NPR's middle. East correspondent remodel rim. Thanks for being back on the show once again. Thanks for having me I like this. We're spending a lotta time together. It's honestly I been one of the Nice things about life in core is like spending a lot. We're like a lot more time with friends. I think overall to add at the time, and it's time spent like talking. Even seeing if you count Zuma's seeing friends and you know even those no in person contact and I miss that miss all the normal things like there have been. That side of it's been been nice. I will say yeah, same here. Tennis was affected as last show we did which are also on when we did a show a student to. All about for breaking news reaction to Ingrain Dmitrov tested positive for the coronavirus after playing the Adria tour, and that was believed ten days ago from recording. That was on a Sunday that next Monday, we found out that other players born storage fit your choice gate also tested positive day after that we found out that Novak Djokovic she would spearhead the tour. It was his baby. He was the face of it. He had also tested positive along with his wife. Elaina and then a few days after that Gorny Beneath Mitch, who was the director of the Dr leg of the tour in Croatia, the second stop out of what I think was going to be five originally on the tour. Had also tested positive after previously testing negative twice in his first two tests, so let's start there. be the epilogue to our last episode. What did your reaction to Adria tour change at all? Between the trump positive tests which I think we knew could be the first of many and seeing these other big players in including world number-one Djokovic also test positive, and I will before authority also. We have no idea how many other people stand staff organizers media. Media, Whoever hotel workers, whoever at the around the Asia tour also tested positive? So what are your thoughts for the further fall out of I think as soon as I heard about born Torridge, which was the second that we found out about an we also heard about Gregoire's coach. Novak's physio. Those were like the first four I figured. It's not surprising if almost. Almost everybody else got it because there was just so much close contact between them. The whole time they play doubles together. They party together. They did so like it's. It's not surprising so by the time. Yeah, like after after the second wave of tests, I felt like I expected the pretty much everyone positive so actually I was more surprised at the negatives tests. Tests than the alternative ones, but I think the the biggest thing that stands out obviously for me. In terms of the different thing is that Goran tested negative twice and then tested positive, so that kind of gave us more Obviously, we know that that can happen, but the fact that everyone who was kind of defending the tour. Everyone who is getting? Everyone. Who thinks that oh? If I'm negative? I can go play another tournament. Someone like another term all that stuff that kind of with Goran testing positive. I guess it was A. Kind of a cautionary tale for everybody else guys happened with Goran I think I think it is a really useful real world example honestly. We know about this incubation timely theoretically, but hearing someone like around been a little bit stride into the beginning. He was the one who is announcing it on court. Instead Darwin the tournament was stopping there or when the event was stopping in Chicago. Tournament when the event was. Stop there, saying Hey, don't blame me, I. Don't have coronavirus. It's not you know I didn't do it. Essentially it was. Sort of said somewhat ingest on court at when he was sentenced. Georgia Jovovich, that's the cancellation and see him. Yeah, that's positive. Eventually the show like yes, we know intellectually seeing a real world. Example of someone had not delayed time. Yeah, it does does make realize. Hey, you really. That's why we're doing. The fourteen days stay inside where people are doing that. When they possibly exposed or other things to make sure they don't have it incubating and yeah. THAT GETS TO DONALD team a start with him. I think there's. Say That team. The team comes up from. Adria tour and goes to play the UPS. Just the ultimate showdown event held the more Academy in France. And he gets tested upon arriving. There tested multiple times there from what he was saying in. He makes a joke that he's the interviews. The his most negative guy on tour which some people thought was in poor taste. Honestly have demonstra problem with understood it. If you've been had blood drawn six times in a week if you're allowed to make a joke about it. It, but at the same time I don't know. He's playing and I wish he was not playing. I. Just don't think it's worth the risk for having candidate playing tennis. If I was holding tennis admit that had previously booked dominic team I would say sorry, but we're gonNA. Cancel your appearance of the tournament. We don't want anyone who's been clearly exposed to the. gorgias stick corona virus cauldron. That was Adria tour to come here I. think that just negative within the window is not enough to show that you're not possibly caring and or contagious we we've done that now. Seeing team, go from the the ups to pull out of that to go to various other events and he. He's scheduled to play Austria an accident going to go play in Germany after that I. it just seems like he's just trying his. He's really working overtime. Trying to be patient zero as possible.

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Color-coded Runways

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:54 min | 10 months ago

Color-coded Runways

"Let me tell you that this is borderline genius. If you ask me, this is just borderline genius all right? Let's color code the runways. I like that it's it's. KINDA UNIQUE DEER VALLEY Because they have a lot of rocks it wouldn't work a lot of other locales OKO although. Fake being what it is, we would probably discover that. Harrison Ford is colorblind but. That was Hodgson agent. Now is just an easy Joko. It's too easy. Sorry about that Harrison. I know he's a listener and It's kind of a clever idea. So this is we found this from a listener I think he's a listener, but a tweet twitter guy Ryan Ewing Nine high-ranking guy. What did I say? You Twitter Guy Twitter? Guy Yeah I. Don't know what the on twitter at twitter guy. We're all twitter guys in this day and age. He tweeted he tweeted. The Phoenix area is one of the most popular regions for flight training as such mistakes do happen. Runway landings have occurred Deer Valley airport. He writes owned by the city of Phoenix Arizona has a unique solution to prevent this different colored rocks surrounding each runway. So basically the what what I would think of as being the grass around the runway apparently is gravel. Zona 'cause grasping grow real quickly. You said wrong way. That's not correct. Wrong runway wrong runway landings. Oh! If I said runway. That was a mistake. You're absolutely right. That was Corrigan Corcoran. Different meaning different meaning. ANYWAYS so they've done apparently have done it with colored gravel. The terrain surrounding the runway and taxiways has a distinct color to it and but I want to know whether ATC, do they say you know land on Purple? Runway, purple instead of instead of landing on on the green dot at Oshkosh. Read read one roster. I can't say one way. Runway Yeah Right. Valley. QUIT GLENN! Wait. Never. Only one drawback or Weakness in it. Being told to land on the color runway doesn't tell you which way on the colored runway will now. That's true. True, but you they could say. Let's see what are. Let's just assume that these are two seven and nine there probably not exactly that. Zuma would picture. It should cut down on the confusion on. is at this piece. Is Strip payment or that? Oh! This is the one surrounded by green now which way on that runway? It's seventy five. Seventy five, so they'll say land on runway to five purple or I don't. Know they'll say land on runway to five left the purple one, which happens to be perfect. Yeah, that'd be an interesting question, Ryan, if you're a listener Give us anything in the in the in the follow up in the responses here, let's see. Someone else made my hair. Practice four joke, but there's a lot of colorblind jokes. CH-. Help for blind pilots. That's that's. This is also true. Well. That's yeah I know. Are Up sorry. From flight DECK IS HE THERE'S A. Problem, with death pilots, because they just don't listen. Higgin hi. Let's just discard this recording is. Really really know all right so. colorizing runways. I I hadn't thought of that I hadn't thought about the. Air! Venture colored dots, thing which apparently is wildly effective. I've haven't landed on those runways during those type. Jeb. You have obviously. Is it I. Don't know what's your reaction to that system as a pilot who's used operated on and off it? It works I mean. A IT works well I'll be seems to work well. I haven't landed on the dots that often. Over the years generally I will get in before the show opens, and although the dots are there, I'm I'm. ABC is not asking me to land on them. generally there's been a few years at that's been. Landed on the DOTS, but they're easy to spot and and. My only concern. In the past has been when landing on the first dot of the runway the one I come to. Its. Knowing, that there's a bunch of traffic and knowing that the runway is constantly in use. My only concern is getting run over from behind

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"zuma" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on Channel 955

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"zuma" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"zuma" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

06:05 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"And what happened in this case was that the you know zuma was fantastic corrupt and in that in many ways and his cronies these you know the good says who were not interested in right to go to south africa they were interested in profit and you know this this argument has been deployed on behalf of people who are unworthy of it and i think it much as making those arguments you know i'm not political reporter i just you know to me narrative is incredibly interesting and you know when sudden narratives getting trash and why they're doing so you know this this phrase whiteman y monopoly capsule was used by zuma and the coaches to smith people who are trying to do good and interesting things you know so they would say a politician rather they who is considered an enemy of them while he's in the pocket of white monopoly capital right you know which is yeah it's a racial slide they weren't diagnosis of right but but but yeah but of course somebody could come and say obviously the next phase of south africa's development means that you know the you know the capital monopolies needs to be broken up and there needs to be redistribution of course there is a racial component to that is totally different than the senate like you say the cynical just sort of weaponising and also using it to smear anybody who said anything about what they did and that was that kind of ironic you know weaponization of distorted identity politics if you took us back to london for a second you set we kind of glossed over the other part of this is just this ridiculous drama in very very entertaining drama of these of these kind of you know a british i guess madman whatever we're gonna call them the firm gets into trouble through this account and then it becomes basically this whole you know just boardroom warfare what's happening back at bell pottinger so so what happened was there was a non running feud well before this account came to the phone between the two people at the top of boston jet tim bells load bell bell great here this famous and fantastically colorful figure in public relations and much young man who had a greater stake in the business james henderson and henderson once it fell out of the company because he told he was a threat to the company and they clashed just in simple pus now few times for the moment i started working together wanna go and eventually had to some one but many basle in the summer of two thousand sixteen and according to the very very many people who spokesman for the peace and documents say and i gather evidence l made it his business to destroy what was left of passenger at a used that the tells of this south african account which he himself at helps a win and run as the explosion that he needed to you know put onto the rest of the company that still boy his name i mean the final scene or the peninsula saying if the story he sits time with a full partner and very explicitly says i'm taking my revenge you know it's it's one of the most unusual dramatic it's not particularly saw stories it's no particular sounds but it's incredibly fats schilling right i mean full of hatred so that so that's the other part of the story i'm you know what's interesting for me as somebody rise lung ride these deng pieces for the new care and it's it's so interesting to see when these feuds starts impact beyond the walls of the company you know this this few between these two rich white businessman you know had an effect on an entire nation and ten thousand miles away i i'm kind of unforgivable this spilled over in that way and what and now there's another firm that sort of a risen out of this as well right yeah i mean there's that and then there's also that some of this potentially spilled over into cambridge analytica could you touch on those two things as well sure yeah the area of singer that the did a lot of this chip that's what was called belle pulsing political and foam foam pot for very many years some tumble who was in one of the people who is caught on camera recently bracket by cambridge i know 'cause what on foreign elections and he had worked in iraq and south africa for about bolsinger before he went to cambridge sokaia and it's just interesting it is noteworthy to see how the.

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"zuma" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"zuma" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on Channel 955

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"zuma" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Zuma set jerry number one quick draw katie versus jason goodman next sure she said baby him good yeah so yeah so doc oh two japan.

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"zuma" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"zuma" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on Channel 955

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"zuma" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Zuma no son without wants say now no smith smith this this whole honey the only one who needed when you never cedar lies one of us is bows thanks man losses three sometimes i.

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"zuma" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"zuma" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"zuma" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on Channel 955

"Zuma people who complained that the microwave takes too long but also spend hours online.

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"zuma" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Zuma and the attorney general in israel is considering whether to charge the prime minister benyamin netanyahu with corruption the bbc news is red by chris aldridge the foreign secretary boris johnson will insist today that leaving the european union is a cause for hope not fair in a speech in london mr johnson will attempt to offer reassurance to those remained voters who feel angry and alienated by brexit bertil also say that those who want to stay in the eu cannot and will not win the argument is all political correspondent ben right this speech is a recognition of the deep divisions brexit's has opened an an attempt to build some common ground boris johnson the cabinet's most prominent brexit tear will say it's not enough to tell remains supporters you lost get over it he will say many have noble sentiments and brexit supporters ms reach out to those used still have anxieties the foreign secretaries emollient tone is tempered with a warning the trying to stop brexit would be a disastrous mistake that would lead to permanent feelings of betrayal this is the first of a number of speeches by cabinet ministers over the next few weeks build a setting out in more detail the direction of brexit it's no secret the cabinet is divided on how closely the uk in eu should align after britain leaves the eu and mr johnson is expected to say the uk must take back full control of regulations and tariff shedules and that anything else would be intolerable last month the eu said it expected the uk to follow all the blocks rules and regulations during the transition period following brexit but without any say in decisionmaking mps have said the home office's ill equipped to cope with changes to the immigration system him after brexit because staff already struggling with a lack of resources a report by the commons home affairs committee says the department is planning ending moderate adjustments for an immense bureaucratic challenge the home office says preparations for brexit a weather advanced and more staff being recruited.

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"zuma" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"So we are cecil african uh indoctrination video before the bit today and the because uh for the sake of the i do muslim must lead to finish his sake by physical finish if you may see he must beauty while shortly after the news conference last bajamal correspondent in south africa andrew haunting he said it was quite clear what's most likely to happen next the secretarygeneral was pretty clear that president zuma had been told very firmly that's urgency about this that when the president said i'd like to stay in front of the three months or another six months the nec had said no that is not an option and that the president of the party hume's seem to be president of the country so roma pose at will be giving the state of the nation address as the country's president in a matter of days or weeks so we have a time line now it's just a question of whether it's whether president zuma goes on television tomorrow says i am quitting at this moment whether he says i am quitting in the next few days and as we heard a moment ago from those voices in johannesburg as some people are increasingly tied if the whole saga and it seems like most want him to go is that true though if everyone does he still have a a significant support anyway he does enjoy support both within the anc but that's a wroting quickly and in the broader population particularly in his home province of kwazulu natal but no i'd say over all the polling suggests the answer these internal polling suggests that he has become a toxic brand for the party and across the country as well the implication that he is up to his neck in corruption allegations on corruption charges that i hanging over his head these have really taken their effect and really tarnished his reputation and i think most people would dearly like to see him go and just briefly andrew a lethem when cyril ramaphosa takes over some some big problems they inherits that that need to be sorted out yes economies a in trouble and president boomers made some big promises or on free education and so on those will need to be addressed there are pressing issues of inequality land reform all of unemployment and none of those again too.

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"zuma" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"So we are cecil african uh indoctrination video before the bit today and the because uh for the sake of the i do muslim must lead to finish his sake by physical finish if you may see he must beauty while shortly after the news conference last bajamal correspondent in south africa andrew haunting he said it was quite clear what's most likely to happen next the secretarygeneral was pretty clear that president zuma had been told very firmly that's urgency about this that when the president said i'd like to stay in front of the three months or another six months the nec had said no that is not an option and that the president of the party hume's seem to be president of the country so roma pose at will be giving the state of the nation address as the country's president in a matter of days or weeks so we have a time line now it's just a question of whether it's whether president zuma goes on television tomorrow says i am quitting at this moment whether he says i am quitting in the next few days and as we heard a moment ago from those voices in johannesburg as some people are increasingly tied if the whole saga and it seems like most want him to go is that true though if everyone does he still have a a significant support anyway he does enjoy support both within the anc but that's a wroting quickly and in the broader population particularly in his home province of kwazulu natal but no i'd say over all the polling suggests the answer these internal polling suggests that he has become a toxic brand for the party and across the country as well the implication that he is up to his neck in corruption allegations on corruption charges that i hanging over his head these have really taken their effect and really tarnished his reputation and i think most people would dearly like to see him go and just briefly andrew a lethem when cyril ramaphosa takes over some some big problems they inherits that that need to be sorted out yes economies a in trouble and president boomers made some big promises or on free education and so on those will need to be addressed there are pressing issues of inequality land reform all of unemployment and none of those again too.

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"zuma" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

WRFR-LP Rockland

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

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"zuma" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

93.3 WMMR

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"zuma" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

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