17 Burst results for "a._t"

"a._t" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"a._t" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"That work six thirty wwl a._p. Confirm this but you know my name sir back there the dad and it feels really good me about you. You wanna swim and granted added said you do with such shake back on the tom. Debris show so philip you some more you wanted to cover from this michael berry story yeah so you know so <hes> he was talking about the next bubble on it being in a._t._f.'s <hes> you know and it being so he says like most bubbles along that goes on the worst the crash will be <hes>. This is very much like the bubble instant thick eh setback c._d._o.'s before the great financial crisis in that price setting in that market was not done by fundamental security level analysis but by massive capital flows based on nobil models of risk that proved to be untrue.

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"a._t" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"a._t" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"All have by the way we don't all have the benefit of being able walk out our front door to our airplane in the front yard all right. Some of us have to like get in our car and drive to the airport so anyways i i will admit to being spoiled jared. Yes yeah so anyways yes i could fly to knox county airport would have to drive halfway there to get to sanford maine which is where i sort of my target airport for flying but anyways owls head transportation. Would we call it again. Davidson music transportation museum museum on the grounds of knox county regional airport going to check that that was my shutout bowl bowl any kind of long winded. We kinda got distracted there. What are you guys got any shots and see the problems because i distracted you now. You guys aren't prepared with your shutouts yet. What do you got go go ahead. If you're ready we'll head and you know you know you go after i insist not really shoutout but kind have a bag <hes> in my coverage various various stories recently in innovation safety. There's been a question come. Come up <hes> from readers about in. How should i say the consistency of aid e._s._p._n. Traffic <hes> the tisby service that <hes> so many of us use and <hes> the reliability of that information. I guess for lack of a better <hes> <hes> <hes> description <hes> i have certainly noticed quirky traffic behavior others have noticed noticed quirky traffic behavior within aid e._s._p._n. And i'm curious is if any of our listeners have also noticed some quirky <hes> ghost airplanes for example or your airplane suddenly accelerating well beyond what they could do or our traffic that you know is there because a._t._c. has told you about it but does end and all indications are they're talking to a._t._c. also but it doesn't show up on your eighty e._s._p._n. All of these episodes i've have kind of seen or or at least thought i saw you know it's kind of hard to diagnose something when you're trying to also fly the airplane but <music>. I'm kind of wondering if if others have noticed this guy i'm not saying that it's broken say all the time that this is an advisory service and is not to be relied upon for for separation which is something i think the f._a._a. Says but i think it's also important to know what quirks it might have have yeah and and <hes> i'm very curious. <hes> i'm i'm gonna put this out to other other sources other forums but i'm very very curious to know if any of our readers have experienced similar episodes or or just have a a problem with <hes> tisby <hes> services generally generally a leader you know if the <hes> hit me up on on the twitter <hes> burnside jay on the twitter machine cinna note app safety mag egg at gmail.com <hes>. I'm i'm very curious to hear from from others who have seen is so that's not a it's not a shoutout but it might become one later on man bye. That's that's very interesting question and could be very significant question to <hes> so anyways david. What are you got save. The the date for the fifth annual international girls aviation day october five is coming up <hes> just a few weeks out and <hes> it's a worldwide gathering organized by women in aviation international and is chapters around the world and if if you got a young lady in your life daughter grope rinsed daughter a niece <hes> neighbor that's interested interested in <hes> in aviation <hes>. It's a good event to get her involved in because she'll get a lot of exposure. Show me a lot of like minded people..

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"a._t" Discussed on The TryPod

The TryPod

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"a._t" Discussed on The TryPod

"Nine part series like how do you bring all of these threads together and i do think that figuring out a way to yield yield both sides is would make senate any is canon that there are many emperor <unk> bodies and one and because he the forest he doesn't require ah so that's drawn wear in like i have the books that came first time there in that and that is at his cannon uh-huh so he replicates himself into multiple bodies basically has worked is almost exact also. I heard of that yeah. What booker is that in and i'd have to look it up that that map pat video alcohol it okay. I think that j.j abrams. I agree with you. Zach j.j abrams is not going to just like let ray become dark and that be the ending. I feel like star wars. Always has the thing where the good side does win and this is the last last chapter right. This is the final one yeah it would have. You would think it's gonna end happy that moment to have that moment is almost definitely in the first half of the movie oriented the mid point right because that's just j.j abrams wouldn't reveal show his hand. I mean maybe it's just a dream and she sees what she could be totally possible our our jewish houston that time like a cave of our future <hes> yeah and i a real hot take a hot. Take take yeah. I've never found the emperor that interesting berg. Is it not that high because people were so psyched when he was coming back for this movie and and to me like i don't he doesn't really mean much to me when i watched the first man behind the curtain. I don't fear him. I don't think about him. He doesn't like i don't i'm <music>. I'm not in my imagination. I totally agree with you. Think darth vader is always their imagination and more so than the emperor right which of course yes so darth vader is iconic onic the emperor's not so i was a little surprised to see that excitement when he was brought back for this movie so shocking of thought was is mega mega dad and then he is is the main villain of the prequels yeah. He's senator competent totally. It was not a good book. He was the better part of that whole early jewish better than me. I haven't watched them in a long. He's like one of the mall was cool tool as that don't so i'll take it one step further. I just this idea of this like big shadowy men in a cloak. I also did not care for smoke. In the first one. I had no interest i asked for who he was and when they killed him unceremoniously. I screened careened cheers. I'm like fuck you. I do not care about this man. I want the people that compelling characters and to me. Adam driver is is eight billion times more compelling telling i would rather the focus beyond him in ray. I love it unceremoniously. That fight scene is one of the best fight scenes it's awesome in cinema. It's incredible so not unceremonious ammonia all right. Thanks very much seen ceremony. Yes this guy yeah lightning out of his hands. That's pretty fucking. I was thinking that video. He's up pretty dope character. I've never played video game play the star wars trilogy arcade games and some some of them even though star wars but this one is this old star wars arcade game and they've made several versions of it but it went right yeah. Sometimes it has chair some. It's yeah different versions of how good it can be the best one. You're in a chair but you lightsaber battle darth vader. You have to fly in trip. A._t._s.'s it's basically every significant seen and it's incredible..

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"a._t" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"a._t" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"Just visit all of my ambassadors and do trung shows like two times a day do twenty structures and and ten days trunk shows are what we call our gatherings where you're gathering your friends and changing the world and part of it is just to get back to my roots of like since i've started did i didn't start in order to become a hero on c._n._n. You know what i mean pain. I still believe in that. I still believe one of my favorite quotes is is by margaret mead and she said she was a really powerful social worker. <hes> back in the nineteen thirties i think and she said never doubt that a small group of committed citizens can change the world indeed. It's the only thing that ever has and i still believe that so. I love him d._n._a. On instagram but i love that even though you've experienced all this great success i mean that's what makes us somebody who is really walking in your purpose and that god can really trust you with this because it hasn't gone to your head you know it's so easy in this day and age with numbers and kamani to just get so lost in that you know and even good people can get lost in blinded by that and so i love that at the core of who you are your vision is still to say create a flourishing world where people have jobs women are empowered. Children are cherished and a place where we are all connected like that is is your vision and you still just hearing you speak today whether it was when you first started or today it's like you. You still clearly have that same vision and for for what you're doing so that's amazing. Also your the things that you're saying are like such good principles for starting a business. You started this to connect and you're talking about how now you've you've scaled your business. You know and you're still talking about going back and going to everyone's house that you know as an ambassador for you in the united states states and i think that too is if you're not willing to do that when you have all the success. The success is it's not gonna come because your vision is focused on the wrong thing. You're focused on the end goal of just well. When i have money then i'll be done you know but i think what you've done here is that you've created a culture because that's the culture that you're living out and so now your company culture is such that you're you're connected with women who have the same ideas that purpose giving so many women the opportunity the same thing that you are in their home which i think is a huge. It's a huge reason that you're successful and i think that's that's something that anybody who wants to be. An entrepreneur wants to start something like this should really hold as valuable because that is so important growing your business because if you're not willing to do it then why would they be willing to do it too yeah exactly if you wanna come on the road with the i mean you guys are really like i'm eleven everything. Let's go girl puts them. Hearings on me and i'm there my gosh. Are you kidding me. We did a road trip for a week in a in an r._v. And sas is about to kill me by the end of it because you want to go camping and do like a._t._v.'s in stuff like this is more my style. She said glass of y. You know gathering together with other women. I'm all about that jessica. They're going to be fresh. Big goodies there because is your boy is all about yes sir. I wanna ask you do you have did you. Do you have a background in business. Did you go back to school to get a business. This degree no not at all self made yup. Although i don't believe in the term self made sisterhood made his sister admits go resort..

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"a._t" Discussed on GG Over EZ

GG Over EZ

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"a._t" Discussed on GG Over EZ

"I can't really think of the one that i loved that. Everyone hates 'cause. It's hard to say like how much people hated it. 'cause usually i mean there. Has that'd be one. It can't quite come gaming but off the old games again that i love everybody hates his star wars the force at least what is as a low scale do you look into the to the reviews that game. I love that. I wanted to were dope. Both was less dope but for as even doper seguin didn't have quite the same <hes> i love. I love shadow. No they're more niche which games but i know the games i love have niche communities that love them as well so i know so if you're not if you don't if you can't think of one that you love it when hates what's a game that you hate that everyone loves. I already said it black ops two black up shit. Did you have a game. You hate that. Everyone loves neo pets. What you know off the i hate that everybody loved ones the one i think agency dude. I think that's the one i was gonna say. I hate each one zero one. H one z one i it has never appealed to me. Once when i played i tried. I tried really hard to get into but every time i play and i'm just like this is kind of. I really don't like this game kind of sucks. Oh gave me love by. Everybody hates gershon minecraft talk. She's okay well. You love mine at least on the channel on the channel but the one game we'll see the problem is the one game that i left there and hates. It's not everyone hates. I don't think many people hey there's just not many people try to give it a chance. Same way like talked. The games just died because for me to bring a lot. I bring like bringing that game where it's like really cool and the concept was cool. I i tried so hard like i did because the premise was still good but man. Oh man did they ruin it. Arts was so sick to it was like this. It was like road hog the game everything was like just slap together like all the guns were made from scrabble and it was sick but like when you play really wish suck the one game. I love to everyone hates. Okay okay so i'll name a few because i'm not entirely sure evelyn hates them. <hes> gotham city impostors absolutely love that game. It's pretty much way tried to my original channel. Yeah not not many hated mother wins again would be monday night combat and super monday night combat never absolutely love those again. I think problem was just not enough. Exposure those games under so dope though you wanna talk about who did it first super monday night combat go look up some of their characters and you might find certain monkey. That does a lot of things that you know. It's just like they were pretty dope hero. They're like a hero. They don't miss that anyway those and then you know if it were to aegean sapphire. I had just walked it just enough pokemon sapphire even as a kid. That's not something i ever thought like how much you have to serve in this game. I it never really liked a._t._m.'s but he's got used to it. Plus surf was number one. I didn't like surf actually use them. Pokemon yeah surfers. It was a good movie yeah. <hes> leo wyatt wants to know if there's one game you guys wish was multi-player that you could play together. What would it be geyer him. You've elder scrolls online bra sky sky room like like it's different from elder swells online discuss different skyward sword carrots were matt scherzer jesus. I'm stupid. I've never played breath. We're after the game multiple because that is like one of my favorite games ever. Call me crazy. Poke him on. Where's my pokemon memo or for now. We send our pokemon defy fight together. Mind feels bad yeah so i guess i should reiterate like multi-player..

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"a._t" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"a._t" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Not have been clearly defined or stated <hes> the the reality is and what i've spoken to the club members is that they want to get off the road and into the woods in which is i think agreeable to most residents <hes> but the reality is there's nothing in place that really has some sort of accountability regarding how they're going to do that and i think that's gonna be one of the more successful approaches to these ordinances that the residents on both sides of the table table need to have some sort of documentation that they can fall back on were they think that the club is advancing their effort to get off roads and that you know that at the same time they're taking consideration the <hes> the viewpoints and opinions of the residents were there yeah i i i mean that is my sense. Even in a debate i described from several years ago where they wanted us a small section action of state highway to link to trail networks these networks these trail networks were were they did go off into the woods and that's the sort of the ideal terrain i think right right in the minds of most atv users so <hes> but at the same time there are certainly <hes> there are certainly <hes> folks who want to be able to to ya yea get there. You know they want to be able to get to that old farm-gate or whatever that introduces you to field and then there's some woods beyond that or something what about let the private landowners. I mean our private landowners. Do they have an ability to regulate the use of a._t._v.'s on their own property. And where did they come well yeah. I think that's a good point. I think that that part of the discussion is similar to <hes> you know bast type model where the snowmobilers have agreements with landowners and i think that's really where there's going to be a level of community building that we're gonna see <hes> with these ordinances. If if if the clubs are really taking an effort did you reach out to land owners and make agreements and you know i'm like <hes> the public roads where you're leaving regulation or in violations up to you know policing the it's all different when you have landowners involved because these are individual agreements. I and i think there's a lot more respect involved there because it's not a public <hes> rose so the accountability measure again. I i think that's where privacy the residents are going to be assured a lot more because they know oh well you know going through this disguise field or woods or whatever they they if if they're tearing up the trails that this person has the right to you know squash that agreement they they have if if they're not holding up their end of the varga i think a lot of this is really has to be defined and it has to account for the actions of the clubs so that they are. They are reaching a goal of getting off. The road to end is clear to where they're going. Let me ask you your thoughts on on this question that i raised the columbine was here a few minutes ago by the way colin did have to. We were talking about impossibility them staying into this half hour he did after get back to my pewter where viti digger dot org as there <hes> as their regular morning meeting at ten o'clock and <hes> he had something to do before that so i i i wanna thank you very much. Normally i would do that while he's still here ear and on on the air but <hes> i really enjoy having calling in on these <hes> these monday mornings we usually get together but i want to this question. I raised with him. I don't i want to get your thoughts on it as well and that <hes> <hes> goes to you think about climate change so much discussion about that in about you know basically should we be should we be encouraging. <hes> this kind of activity basically internal combustion for fun <hes> or should we say to folks folks. Hey go go out and go for walker. Play around at frisbee golf or something yeah. I you know that's a that's a tricky conversation. I you know i'm i'm a huge advocate for or <hes> you know people power <hes> the eagles whether it's a bicycle or going hiking or whatever <hes> but the reality is.

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"a._t" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"a._t" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Bit of information on a._t._v.'s. If you care for some years i was involved writing the laws governing a._t._v.'s and the problem was was unlike snowmobiles where they run on snow and when the snow melts there's very little if any evidence that they've been out there but with the a._t._v.'s the damage that is potentially caused by them can be enormous with results in erosion and a number we're of other issues and the over the years those machines have become more expensive and more powerful and even in areas where there are paved save trails. I mean pay dirt but they're they're groomed. This is not is of interest to a lot of these operators because they've got machines that are capable of going down bow down that could be twenty inches niamh eter and so they wanna get them off the road they wanna go through terrain is mind boggling frankly and it causes a lot of damage there there have been attempts by some areas areas to allow them on private land but frequently damage occurs to the land and so over the years there was a battle trying. They get the state to allow the use of state lands for use of these vehicles and the state always resisted. That was the the problem. It's just the damage that's caused. I remember this during the douglas administration. It was a big issue and <hes> i remember some some heavy duty debate in the legislature about uh opening opening of just one section of state highway or something that was designed. <hes> people thought it would connect a couple of off road atv networks or something and it burley was <hes> was a heated debate is probably now twelve years ago or so <hes> at the state house so yeah. This has been an issue for a while and it's interesting interesting. It's kind of coming to the fore game right now. Yeah and maine and new hampshire always had far better programs than for mont and it wasn't attractive to enter into reciprocity with for mont because the opportunities were so limited and again the connections on state roads to get to the various trails that you're just talking about with an issue but even.

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"a._t" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"a._t" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Having a constable do enforcement of the constables. Only there a few days a week and it's hard for him to get anywhere so essentially what they're asking people residents to do is you you know if they see violations of atv <hes> rules to call that in our report it self report and then we'll get followed up on eventually but it's just not very efficient officiant <hes> law enforcement system so there are these organizations the a._t._v. association that partners with <hes> you know they they essentially pay the town to to hire law enforcement officials to enforce the rules for their own members which seems to be an effective way of going about things but <hes> sort of system that crafts berry has not adopted at this point. I wish some people say it sort of makes their contract. <hes> futile interesting story would and as you say is playing out in many communities across vermont <hes> has has anybody come up with sort of what the standard best practice a solution is in other words. I mean i can imagine a town saying <hes> okay okay. Here are certain roads that you can use <hes>. I dunno certain days of the week i mean i would imagine if you have <hes> <hes> road a road bean road see maybe they take turns as being the place where a._t._v.'s can go or something and then other days they can be the place to take a quiet walk. I don't know exactly how this works but <hes> or limited hours. I don't know whether there's any any <hes> minute he said all this stuff is hard to enforce but i mean is there any kind of a compromise. It could be achieved by my underlying question here. Yeah i mean i think the the solution that some towns says working is that you negotiate gate <hes> that sort of agreement that you're talking about you know sort of broad road access limited to certain hours and time of day that sort of thing <hes> keeping them off private property <hes> but then you know having this association. Basically you know agreeing to expand a t._v. Access <hes> in exchange for having the association <hes> pay the town to hire law enforcement.

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"a._t" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"a._t" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"It as important for somebody able to buzz up down a road on an a._t._v. around your lake on a on a personal watercraft etc <hes> <hes>. I don't know i mean i and i don't know are we at the stage yet where we should be thinking about starting to prioritize our use of fossil fuels like that but <hes> you know i sometimes think about this this kind of category of internal combustion for fun in wonder. How long is it gonna be with us. I i think that in a couple of things that come to mind on that i mean one the climate economy the folks who are are pushing for climate economy. We'll tell you that <hes> we need to be more mindful of transportation in us and <hes> it is the you know it is as much of a problem for the vermont carbon footprint as anything else but all of the issues that we see that are relevant to poverty <hes> treatment all of those things they rely on being able to get to who services you can't you can't in a rural state put insurmountable restrictions on for example you know inspections and things of that nature because people have to people who don't have means <hes> have to still still be able to get around because it's not like we have the most outstanding public transportation in the state of aunt that is true. I think have have to be able to move around and with this but the flip side of that conversely is that we are always saying vermont that one of the things that's great about about coming here is that the recreational space that we have in other states have been able to figure out ways for there are designated areas designated demanded trails now. They shouldn't be shared with hikers. You know the things that we're talking about right now. <hes> necessarily but <hes> you know so it is something that people do and look at our waterways look in our lakes and all the recreational vehicles that are out you know all the boats and whatever it was you just you said that thing that i can't say on the air one more question on this on this discussion we've been having about whether and to what degree <hes> a._t._v.'s t._v.'s should be regulated as they <hes> they're in their users want to use want to ride them on roads in williamstown and <hes> and what are other towns towns doing about this <hes> elsewhere in your paper this morning steve. I noticed that there is a very interesting story about electric scooters. The main in europe apparently european cities are going to these electric scooters people zipping all over the place and i'm i'm wondering have you seen or heard of any electric. A._t._v.'s or electric personal watercraft <hes> out there is coming thing in the u._s. I haven't i haven't heard of that in. I'm sure that that all of those manufacturers are looking toward that. I would be one way to address that that climate change question. I asked to just previous to the to the break and <hes> it's interesting you. Bring it up though because last year if people will recall <hes> pillar experimented with a trial <hes> of having <hes> essentially scooters around town that you could rent for <hes> a little bit of time and they were they were electric scooters sir battery-powered and <hes> and it didn't go i mean some people said it went really well but the but the integration <hes> i'm an montpellier's kind of a perfect place to do it because there really is a a high concentration of both pedestrian and cycling and vehicle traffic and <hes> as much as montpellier really wanted to include those in in may in the future. I don't know i don't think i don't think they've decided whether or they want to try that again. But at the time that that was happening it created a lot of frustration not because of the potential of reducing the carbon footprint flippant but because <hes> it put people felt that those scooters going around town. We're too vulnerable for the rest of the traffic traffic and i think that's one of those big issues. That even comes with these a._t._v. in a tv debate is that you know if they're sharing space with other vehicles just vehicles that is a public safety issue in.

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"a._t" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

The Money Guy Show

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"a._t" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

"Get all the great f._d._i._c. insurance so you don't have to worry. Are these banks going under. You're going to be okay and here's the other thing. I always tell people because this is a big fee protector. Make sure whatever bank you work with has some type of reimbursement on a._t._m.'s because one of the they have gotten to the point. It's not like a dialer. It's not a dollar fifty. It's like three fifty on this side. It might be two dollars on this. You might have an a._t._m. Fee that six dollars if your bank reimburses you every month for those a._t._m. Charges you go save a lot of money in that probably makes up the majority of that three hundred twenty nine dollars in fees the banks get very i the very first banking relationship ahead. I picked my bank based on how many of them were around the town that i lived in so that i could get to the a._t._m.'s that used to be a thing especially especially in college. You want to be able to go to the a._t._m. Get money out if you needed to now. It's so much better. If you just have a bank that says hey it doesn't matter what a._t._m. You go to we gotcha. We'll refund the crazy. Reindeer games with where banks are relationship. Do you have access to all a._t._m.'s because you'll get reimbursement. Make sure life so much easier exactly right definitely money guy set up your women bank chain. You go to great trademark. That really doesn't get it sounds like chitty chitty bang bang. You know 'cause we'll move on. He lost me there. That's how old i am free. Did you follow that one. No limit a bit dizzy nerd their number number five credit cards so this is a ripple could be a rip-off. It could be because we've done. We've done a lot of shows recently on debt talking about. We let you guys know what we think about credit cards. We've told you that they may not be the most advantageous thing if you don't use them correctly remember. We've said this is almost like it's a broken record in the fact that there is no such thing as credit card debt. You have credit card use credit card debt because credit card debt rip-off. That's exactly right up off off just not do for you but here's what i do want because a lot of people let me refresh your memory on watts rip-off average interest rate right now. Seventeen seventeen point seven six percent for people who actually carry a credit card balance. The average is around sixteen.

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"a._t" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"a._t" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"We pay crazy amounts of money for convenience. I mean look valuable like Netflix is hell globally look valuable. Seven eleven is it's literally a convenience store so it's money banks are now just paying cause to make you know transactions. Make it convenient for us with direct deposit the APPs that allows do all kinds of nippy stuff with A._t._M.'s where we don't even had to go to the A._T._M.. We just tell the A._T._M.. When were stopping by for money it's conveniences like these businesses are selling and as long as bitcoin and blockchain is inconvenient? It's going to be tough sell sell on the general populace. Just is so <hes> I will let you have the flowing think well made people started valley Tennessee autonomy and that's where it so when you say you want to research that I've considered kid like doing doctoral research on I guess comment cryptographic responses to surveillance capitalism because this is my dark soul but I think we've made the point where people realize that they've been complacent and complicit completed an complicit in no fuelling this fire in giving up there in their autonomy in their privacy be and these were a lot of concepts that were discussed quite openly in the advent of the Internet and you know what those people we lost. We did it wrong. <HES> so here we go again and we have an opportunity to do it differently and I do. I think it's a really good point in terms of at some point people need to start valuing other things are convenience and when that happens that's when there is the window <hes> that we'd we'd have. It's like yeah remember shot at this but <hes> right now at least such as the dominant paradigm it hasn't gotten there yet could via the Internet even going to make the wall and Clinton cold storage and like how do I access this what it just like too much <hes> and they're they're stuck <hes> during commandos they can't be Kool aid well. I definitely agree so and they read pizzas very convenient so so that's why he chose the title for we're GonNa let you plug it but we do have would trademark question that we have to shallow..

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"a._t" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"a._t" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"Is that the evolutionary you know thinking eh approached improving data platform is still coming from the same community and same frame of thinking the data warehouses built upon even though we haven't made improvements right we have changed inched. A._T._L.'s like extract transform load to <hes> extract transform L. Tease essentially daily but we are still fundamentally using the same constructs if you zoom in to what the data warehouses says stages where you know in that generation data platform any looking to even do based or whatever they did lake based models of today they still have similar fundamental constructs such as pipelines ingestion cleansing transformation serving as major first level architectural components of the big data platform. We have seen layered you know functionally divided architectural components back in the day when we try hi to your ten years ago decouple monoliths the very first approach that enterprises to took back in the operational systems when they were thinking about how to Hickam GonNa break down these monoliths to some sort of architecture quantum that I can independently somehow how evolved was well. I'm gonNA layer this thing. I'm GonNa put it you I on top and business kind of process in the middle data in the middle and I'm going to bring all my deviates together to to own this and manage the central database that is you know centrally really managing data from different domains and I'm gonNA struck organizationally structure. You know my condition in layers and that really didn't work because the change HAP- doesn't happen in one layer. How often do you replace your database? The the change happens are solidly to these layers across them right. When you build a future you probably needs to change you you I and your business model and your data at the same time and that led to this thinking that you know what in modern digital world the the businesses moving fast and the changes localized to those business operations so let's bring this kind of domain driven thinking and build.

Hickam A._T._L. ten years
"a._t" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"a._t" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Can trust the i._s._p.'s don't worry a._t. and verizon they're never going to block or throttle throttle or prefer their own services and send a._t. is not going to send you time warner content faster than it sends you disney content that seems fanciful but okay but trust them they're good even though there's not a lot of competition here and you're one layer up into the application layer we're google and facebook live and you have conservative saying they're biased against us we must impose <hes> fairness regime on them to make sure they're transparent the f._t._c. esa monitor them every two years there's you know like wait a minute like if you think monopoly at this layer is bad most americans have one or two access layer choices why why don't you think it's bad there and i've never there's not one one place where even pie in the charity s._e._c. is like don't worry about the broadband providers the real problem is google and it's like no they're all product up and down the stack that's a problem but if i if i could some in egypt pie here i think what he would i'll tell you is that we have plenty of experience with the network infrastructure and they are not in fact like favoring liberal or conservative news sources whereas the reason we have these complaints about youtube is that like they they really are google has demonetized certain people shows right facebook does kick certain content off right and if comcast did that right there would be like a huge human cry if comcast made certain websites websites suddenly inaccessible so there would be hasn't happened yet so charlie went away about a year ago it's amazing we started to thirty and got net neutrality i promise the audience it's all it's all the same it's sort of confusing fight comcast when they bought n._b._c. by the way comcast is an investor in our company like we have to disclose yeah this goes under russia's every time they don't like me very much but i'm disclosing so comcast when they bought n._b._c. they made a deal with the s._e._c. in the s._e._c. is you cannot favour n._b._c.'s content on your services which they would have done they absolutely would have made it so that a comcast subscriber could have streamed m._s._n._b._c. and that would be free from the data cap but fox news would have hit the data cap right that's a that's putting a toll on fox news well a._t. and t. just bought time warner time warner on c._n._n. you don't think every a._t. and t. phone is gonna come with c._n._n. app that doesn't hit your mobile data cap like within minutes it's it's obviously going to happen there are definitely gonna do with h._b._o. so now you're now you have an immediate sort of information bundling with access and that is the net neutrality problem it c._n._n. will be free on eighteen devices and fox news will not aw you've arrived at doesn't sound so bad but like that's isn't that the nightmare isn't that the thing that they're like liberals were saying with trolley they will favor some viewpoints over others and then they bought a viewpoint and they're gonna favorite the only reason it hasn't happened yet is that there is a lawsuit filed against the c. c. <hes> for repealing that neutrality rules and it's still pending before the d._c. circuit and everyone's waiting for that to to hit and no one knows in the second you know they ruled against you'll you'll begin to see this bundling happen okay so but then this seems to be like shoes on both feet right that like i hear liberal saying well we want more aggressive <unk> sort of moderation i think a lot of times from these technology platform companies it's like why aren't you getting rid of the harassers twitter you know why aren't you getting disinformation off facebook things like that but these are the exact same people who were warning about you know violations of net neutrality and so it feels in my bones right the difference is is that when people are thinking about the physical infrastructure companies being non neutral they were assuming <hes> business strategy non neutrality neutrality right so it's like we're going to give preferential access to h._b._o. and c._n._n. because that is the content that we own right or comcast is gonna give preferential access to vox media websites because we're an investor in vox media full disclosure that that'd be great for us transparency that'd be awesome right pick us and not all u._s._a.

i._s._p. a._t. disney two years
"a._t" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"a._t" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"We've gone through a major corrective phase and it's starting to rise again so so let's let's go uncles because we're all gold bugs here but let me ask this question. There's two questions how is the price of goal manipulated. How do they keep it lower and the second question is why does somebody people hate gold through the paper gold market <hes> Robert Essentially the futures and options markets on gold? There's there's so much more gold traded through these <hes> paper contracts in the futures and options markets in there actually is physical gold traded in the U._S. and you know these traits trades on comex. If you open up a paper gold contract supposedly you can take physical gold you know let the contract mature and then you can go ahead and take delivery of physical goal well at any point in time. There's <hes> there's just as many as one hundred fifty people who think they own that ounce of gold in the comics but this doesn't also affect the Golden Sober A._T._F.'s yeah well it affects the the mark price ice on a daily basis of gold. A._T._F.'s don't have the goal to they well they. They'll they'll have fractions in their perspect- prospectuses that will show that there is a chain of custody and everything else but there's there's a lot of legalese in the bottom line is it's not the same as golden your hand or golden your fault or gold buried somewhere that Reno where it is and the futures and options when that contract comes do they just take it in money right they don't they're not asking for they're just getting cash or money and and whether they're doing it at the urging or or orders of the government or whether they're just doing it to make a buck the the markets are set up and leverage so much that these hedger's speculators can move the price kind of it will <hes> and they can force it down if they're short and they can turn around and buy it and drop it back up and these high frequency traders you know if a the group has about one hundred and twenty one hundred and fifty million to spend on bet in gold and some other markets as well that are the right size they can make about a billion and a half dollars in the span of ten minutes. If they pick their spots they do their algorithms correctly and they drive the price down. Turn around go along and drive it back up. It's it's amazing how these markets can be manipulated these days and any market too that's any market as well but gold is the right size markets kind of go to market but this kind of hyper see trading and gold shallow does not not very there's not much I've not like stocks and bonds after right so anyway <hes> just so full those e awash the price of gold going up and down as oftentimes only has to do with manipulation but when you look at the fundamentals which is what data is doing if the fundamentals are so bad..

A._T._F. Reno ten minutes
"a._t" Discussed on American Greed Podcast

American Greed Podcast

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"a._t" Discussed on American Greed Podcast

"It's a cold December day at this Citibank branch. John Chicago's Northside Jim love is working inside when he notices a strangely attired man approaching. He's walking in full suit Afro Wig Sunglasses on my first reaction was to laugh going good luck with with this guy I mean I'm glad I don't deal with it. Soon becomes clear that this is no laughing matter my my next real memory is suddenly seeing a flash. It's this big blur of Afro Wig Brown clothing and within a matter of seconds I turn around and there's a big silver gun in my face. Tell me to get down on the floor. The robber orders the employees to open the banks. Thanks A._T._M.'s and its vault. Then subdues.

John Chicago Citibank A._T._M.
"a._t" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"a._t" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Possible causes of exposure at the sands resorts and Harris c. ranch motel schultz drunk driving violating a restraining order those are just some of the charges facing the seabrook new hampshire woman who police say deliberately plowed her pickup truck into two neighbors as they walk their dog last night's stephen violin was killed his wife aaron hospitalized with multiple injuries w._b._z. t._v.'s christina racks has more on what led up to that alleged attack aaron had taken a protection order out against her next door neighbor in september twenty seventeen part of that order included keeping katrina castillo away from her dog we're now just learning that that dog died as a result of the crashes well neighbors on pine street say the issues between these two families have been going on for years and say the vandellas are a nice couple who wouldn't hurt anyone is due to be arraigned on that long list of charges this afternoon several people being charged in what's being called a major a._t._m. robbery ring w._b._z.'s carl stevens reports from salem superior court operation golden ticket was a six month long investigation involving more than fifty law enforcement agencies the whole thing triggered by the essex county d._a.'s office district attorney jonathan budget tells me the people arrested broke into a._t._m.'s in a number of communities across new england well they use different techniques and scams with breaking in to these a._t._m.'s getting information doing counter surveillance i mean this this was sophisticated work he says they also stole cars in total they allegedly took more than three hundred thousand dollars worth of cars and currency from salem superior court carl stevens w._b._z. news radio ten thirty looks like tourists aren't the only ones flocking to the cape ahead of the labor day weekend there have been multiple shark sightings along the coast just today.

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"a._t" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"a._t" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Levels one and, two of the chartered financial analyst exam came, out this morning two of the three tests you have to pass to be a chartered financial, analyst less than half the takers it turns out made. The grade marketplace's Sabrina Benesch whereas that one it is hard to tell whether the CFO exams are a source of pride or a source of trauma for the. Hundreds of thousands of people who take them each year I remember, it very well both fondly and. Not so, fondly it is burned in my memory in once you're past it you breathe. A great sigh of relief and thank thank goodness I don't have to do that again Charles Rogowski managing director at exponential ETF Susan Schmidt senior portfolio manager at Westwood holdings group there are three. Exams six hours each usually, spaced year. Apart they cover anything you need. To know. To be able to analyze. Companies manage portfolios and do both, ethically Casey Flanagan is an, analyst at Westwood Holdings group he took the, third and final exam. This year January is when you first get your books. In the mail start studying and then for, the next six months you're sitting alone in the weekend studying in the library river might. Be Flanagan one find out how did for another couple of weeks most people have to take the exams multiple. Times before they pass Stephen Horan is with the. CFA institute which administers the exams it's not hard for the sake of being hard but what we're trying to do is build an investment management profession many employers pressure their people to pass. Susan Schmidt with Westwood holdings group says aside from the subject. Matter exams teach you something about how hard the job can, be as a professional investor you sometimes, get kicked in the. Teeth much like you feel when you, fail the, CFA exam and yet you, have to, come back and do it again the. Next day passing the, exam she says is a testament to. Perseverance in New York I'm Sabrina sure for marketplace so we were talking yesterday about fax machines and yes. A lot of offices still have them We were talking. About how those machines can be hacked, and how that might make your office network vulnerable right today cash machines aka ATM's the website Krebs unsecurity reports that the FBI has. Warned banks around the country about a global fraud scheme called an. ATM cash out from the marketplace desk of whatever that is. It can't possibly be good marketplace's Marielle Zegarra reports. What I'm about to describe is going to sound like heist movie. Here goes an ATM cash out begins when a group of cybercriminals. Breaks into, a banks computer system maybe through, a phishing Email next to the criminals steal a bunch. Of account numbers and, Nick fake debit cards then says Chester Wisniewski at the security firm so so they recruit help. They would go into underground markets and forums and start doing right we're going to do one. Of these unlimited cash out attacks where we're gonna steal. Millions of dollars but we. Need people on the ground the criminals lift. The controls, at a bank's ATM's overwriting pin numbers nixing withdrawal limits and then they fan out across the country and believed the dry mouth they had all those a._t._m.'s at the same time then get a huge amount of money out a._t._m. cash outs aren't just theoretical a bank in virginia lost a couple of million dollars in a recent attack fred kate at indiana university says a._t._m.'s have always been vulnerable lots of times people get their cards skimmed where somebody makes a copy of their a._t._m. card and then can go take money out of their account this is a much more sophisticated attack and because a._t._m. cash outs are so sophisticated there in especially big problem for small and mid size banks alpa squall is head of fraud security at javelin strategy and research maybe their security awareness program is in great and their employees consequently are not good at spotting phishing emails and that makes small banks and easier target for cybercriminals maryelle sagarra for marketplace wall street on this tuesday turkish contagion what turkey Contagion we'll have the details when, we do the numbers.

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