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Causal Models in Practice at Lyft With Sean Taylor

The TWIML AI Podcast

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Causal Models in Practice at Lyft With Sean Taylor

"Shown. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks sam happy to be here. I'm super excited to chat with you. It's been a long time in the works and really looking forward to our conversation. I like to get these interviews. Started by having you share a bit about your background and introduce yourself to our community. How'd you get started working in data science yet thrilled to be here. Always fun to like reminisce about how you ended up where you got. Sometimes when i think about the journey to being data scientist it goes all the way back to like college working on real estate research. The professor to work with a pen and getting into geospatial data there. There's a long process since then. And probably the most pivotal thing was working. In grad school on arch gal experimentation. Markle program was studying is studying to be a social scientists. Study helped people influence their friends online. Really around this era of big data and people getting really interested in the dupin hive running. Large-scale experiments and. I got very lucky and got an internship at facebook thirty year. Old internist is folks this sort of like that movie the interns and i got a great sediments whereas facebook denied goals and anytime box were awesome and taught me everything i needed to know about being data scientist at facebook and then decided to stick around stay so it was a disa- facebook for about seven years and then about two years ago switched over to lift where i started working on marketplace experimentation and other stuff that lifted very different set of problems in the facebook you can trace that journey all the way back twenty years if you want to or maybe just ten but it's still ending up to be a lot of time with this feeling

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Los Angeles County's Older Residents Can Now Sign Up For Vaccine Appointments

John and Ken on Demand

01:15 min | 5 months ago

Los Angeles County's Older Residents Can Now Sign Up For Vaccine Appointments

"We're of course talking about the dreaded vaccine rollout the state of california and specifically in la county. We're beginning tomorrow. Though sixty five and older will begin to be able to make appointments to get the vaccine they are going to go ahead in. La county by executive order from the la county board of supervisors. The chair chairperson. He'll disa- lease start giving vaccines to anybody. La county sixty five or older. They're opening up. More vaccination sites that include six flags magic mountain forum and the pomona fairplex. Now this story and the also going to time says that by the end of the week forty thousand doses per day could be administered at the vaccination sites that includes dodger stadium. So you think about that. Forty thousand doses. But what's going to happen. Once people get their appointments to sixty five olders that's going to ramp up the number the demand so a lot of people won't be able to get appointments because if that's the number that they could administer per day even at all those mega sites i still the demand from that. Large demographic is probably going to outstrip the appointment availability. They can only take appointments for you. Know what they have in vaccine allotments

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Wonder Woman 1984 is better than the original

The 3:59

04:32 min | 6 months ago

Wonder Woman 1984 is better than the original

"So we can get down the details of bottom line. Did you enjoy it. Was this good movie. yes. I thought it was great. It was probably little better than the first one. That is for reference sake and for four reference sake. Disa- gives a little context. What did you think of wonder woman. I think generally got positive reviews but there are folks didn't like it or thought it was a little derivative comic book films. Where did you stand on the opinion of that original film. I was great. I was i went into that. In twenty seventeen with sort of neutral expectations given how inconsistent dc extended universe movies are. I was very pleasantly surprised. It's probably my favorite of the recent modern movies and naturally four is a little bit better than that. Well that is high. Praise the main as you note the dcu has been inconsistent but there have been some some bright spots here there without going to spoil territory. I know you can't spoil too much. The details of what makes one thousand nine hundred four better than the original. The emotional core. He's very strong. That's that's super vague. Butch like so. Diana goes on an emotional journey. Tried to put this announce votary terms. Yes she she mirrors a lot of characters around her alike so petro pascal plays max lord's and he's kind of the bad guy and krista week is barbara minerva. She's somewhere in there. I won't spoil the nature of her character and they kind of go on these different emotional journeys based on magic the magic in this and he's kind of propels the plot and they each react to his in different ways. Movie always takes time to establish the characters emotional baseline where they're coming from. And it's very clearly informs how they react to the situation and it's just really satisfying like that. Okay and in terms of how it fits with the the dc you i know. It's not exactly a cohesive. Simak universe like marvels is but in terms of like linkage to some of these other movies. Is there some of that or is it. More of a standalone i know. Dc is largely been pushing towards more standalone films. Where where does this sort of stack up. Well so this is. The title suggests that in one thousand nine hundred eighty four where the twenty seventeen was set during world war one. That's so it's all well before the made events of the other movies so they feel very stand alone. It's her kind of passed before we see in those other movies and as a result like they could be watched on their own. Like in sequence. Which i think is really satisfying took. Follow along with her specifically this is. This film is notable. Not just because it's the next dc or actually the first big comic book movie to come out this year. It's also coming out here in the us at least coming out on hbo mac for free if are subscriber and that is a pretty radical move. I'm just curious what you think that experience or if that experiences changes in one of these big cinematic blockbusters really meant to be seen in a theater is going to be debuting in. Most people's living rooms are on their phones or tablets so i went to a socially distance. I am screening here in london to. I feel like all this is the way to see. This is a very big spectacular movie like they all are and i was glad to see it on a big screen like first safety reasons like hbo. Maximum wage ago for people in the states. All our subsequent viewings or these movies are always on tv or on atv at home at. It's fine so it's probably just idea that we should see these terms on the big screen but like if you have a big tv and look decent sound system. This'll be pretty spectacular. And you don't have to deal with the stuff you have to deal with going to movie theaters. Like deep la thoughts or you know. The usual distractions. At least you have that control.

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DOJ To Drop Charges Against Former Mexican Official Arrested At Los Angeles International Airport

PRI's The World

04:02 min | 7 months ago

DOJ To Drop Charges Against Former Mexican Official Arrested At Los Angeles International Airport

"Unexpected move by the. Us justice department has thrown the us mexico relationship into the spotlight last month. Former mexican general salvador sent away goes to pay who was arrested in los angeles and face charges of drug trafficking and corruption. Today though a us district court judge allowed prosecutors to drop all charges against wego's opening the door for him to return to mexico and allowing mexican officials to investigate to walk us through this eyebrow raising move. The world's jorges valencia joins us from mexico city or. Hey what was the justice. Department accusing sent way goes of remind us prosecutors. Were saying that he was using his position. As the former defense minister of mexico he was the head of the defense ministry from two thousand twelve to two thousand sixteen. He said he was using that position to allow an organized crime group known as h. Two to traffic see nited states without interference now appear to have a very solid case. They spent more than a year on this so it was a very big surprise when none other than william bar the. Us attorney general himself issued a statement. Yesterday saying that prosecutors were going to drop all charges and return general. Cf way goes to mexico. Mexico's foreign relations minister monticello eradicate public remarks about this yesterday. Out here saying that. He doesn't see this as a path toward impunity but rather his way in which the department of justice is showing to mexico and showing respect to mexico's military. This feels like such a one. Eighty especially considering sent wiggles was arrested just last month. So what kind of reaction has there been shock bewilderment. I mean for people who are involved in efforts to fight organized crime here in mexico. They're very surprised by this. Because this isn't just about the charges that inflation was facing a disa- court in new york but also about other crimes that many people believe that the government was involved in while he was the defense minister most notably the case of forty three university students. Who went missing in the southern state of guerrero. And we're never found. I spoke with mike v. he'll he is the former director of international operations at the da and he was based here in mexico for more than ten years. Quite frankly in my thirty one year career with the drug enforcement administration. I had never seen anything like this. That says Langage and the most repulsive thing that i've ever seen in the history of us justice. Marco one important piece of context to have is that mexico's courts are are notoriously challenged some estimates Find that nine out of ten crimes in mexico go unpunished so when you have somebody as powerful as the former defense minister general goes if he actually did commit any crimes that he was being accused of in the united states. There is a good chance that he could walk away without facing trial. Are there any theories as to why the. Us justice department would drop these charges. I mean drug trafficking. Mexico remains a high priority for us national security. There seems be more to the story. I should be clear that it is speculation but the prevailing theory is that by returning generals who goes to mexico. The trump administration is returning a favor to the administration of president under manuel lopez or mexico has done a lot of work to prevent people over the past couple of years from migrating from central america toward the united states. It's very difficult to tell. Because by releasing general goes One question is answered but many many many more questions are being asked. The world's jorges valencia in mexico city. Thank you very much for this. You welcome marco.

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Trump doctors say president is doing well

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 9 months ago

Trump doctors say president is doing well

"Health Doctors gave another update on his condition after he spent a second night at Walter Reed, and they say he's doing well. They outlined the course of his illness, saying he exhibited mild symptoms Thursday night. But on Friday he had a high fever and his oxygen levels had temporarily dropped. On Saturday evening, the president completed his second infusion of room Disa veer and experience no serious side effect. Doctors also saying his liver and kidney functions are normal. Yesterday's briefing sent mixed messages as Dr Conley painted a rosy picture of the president's health. Then White House Chief of staff Mark Meadows said officials were very concerned with the president's condition before he was hospitalized. There was also confusion about when exactly the president knew about his positive diagnosis. Doctors say the president could be discharged as early as tomorrow to continue his treatment. Stay tuned to W

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With Trump hospitalized, more Covid cases emerge in White House and campaign

Home Fix It Show

01:59 min | 9 months ago

With Trump hospitalized, more Covid cases emerge in White House and campaign

"With our top story this hour prayers for President Trump and first Lady Melania, who are battling this morning Corona virus, WSB listeners checking in on the open mic feature on the WSB radio app. Here's an optimistic guy. I'm not too worried. He's not gonna have to stay along from the campaign trail that long knew this morning. We're learning. What Corona virus drugs the president getting at Walter Reed and Bethesda, Maryland. On Friday, he got an antibody cocktail at the White House. And then last night in the hospital, he was given the first dose of the anti viral drug room. Disa Veer. I'm Jamie Dupri in Washington instead of marking one month to the elections by holding two campaign rallies in Wisconsin, President Trump is being treated for the Corona virus. He made this video before leaving the White House moving to want a real hospital. Think I'm doing very well, but we're going to make sure that things work out. For now. The president's campaign is basically on hold is it's not clear when Mr Trump will be holding rallies again for 2020. Now, as of now, the vice presidential debate scheduled for Salt Lake City, Utah, Wednesday night still ago, vice President Pence and his wife testing negative. Also negative. Kamala Harris and the Bidens testing positive for the virus. We learned this morning that President Trump's campaign manager bill Stuffy in who is 42 years old. While he traveled with the president to the first debate on Tuesday in Cleveland, he is positive, along with former top adviser Kellyanne Conway. Testing positive It doesn't work at the White House anymore, but she was there at that Rose Garden event last Saturday for the announcement of the Supreme Court nominee, Amy Cockney Barrett were at least seven other guests have come down with the virus. They include Hope, picks Utah Senator Mike Lee, North North Carolina Carolina Carolina Senator Senator Senator Tom Tom Tom Tillis, Tillis, Tillis, the the the president president president of of of Notre Notre Notre Dame Dame Dame University University University and and and a a a White White White House House House reporter reporter reporter who who who also also also covered covered covered that that that event. event. event.

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Pre-marriage encounters

Not Another Mum Pod

07:04 min | 9 months ago

Pre-marriage encounters

"Task Do you have any funny stories about meeting with its when yourself or your family members anyone. I really have any money ones for myself but I remember my sister. had. Quite a few I've gone sister. And we as older than me. She's -solutely. Stunning right especially with women younger like every single person who met have, which is four head over heels in love with her you know what? Out of assist designed really know which one you're talking about. Exact. Back in the day like she had everyone off to have right and my dad had been desperately trying to marry her off Sushil. Sixteen bit like your dad a few also worried that she doesn't know all run off with somebody else. Too much interest to competent hurry up and so her house from when she was sixteen, he was like trying to find people who by his which is bringing the wrong people my sister she was he job she prays all that she's not the most religious person Navy format, but he would bring in these proper holy problem on up types. Yeah. And I remember one like into the House and she must have been about eighteen at the time. Else fourteen and he had a really really big bed heels skinny his very clock initial show Wa Camis at the top Ian. Getting shoes. I, pull off when she saw him right. Anyway, so they're in the room together and wadden whose idea was to be in the room as well. Yeah. Fourteen year old mock anthem his sister was in the room to. So he sister spoke the whole time she didn't get a single word in heating guessing wanted the system which is going on on on on her. For about half an hour and see my sister she's looking at me Schlep peas get me out. Get me out of here. Right. So finally our top the courage to say so do you have any questions for my sister? DISA- quickly jumped in she'll slide say questions and often all these different things and finally my sister was like so what you're looking for in a wife and he was mortified that she'd even spoke Nina he was looking at the floor was bright van. Dislike, he mumbled something and we're like, sorry what did you say his? Piety and that was it. Literally, that will only word. He said the whole time. Right they left the house. My Dad was how did it go musters smoking happening, right? Mom Fund straight away and then she was like, yeah, we really liked everyone. We're interested WANNA go ahead and my dad was like he didn't know missing. I don't know what came over him. He told my sister. You know what? You tell them that you don't WanNa marry the. Alcohol and tell him. You know what you told the by just did and she's long in that utility Lonard even though the didn't say one way to me I'm not saying it and who's like what I'm working if my friend yeah, you keep saying not everybody you ruining relationships with everyone you didn't. Do it. Are. List on. The worst. Be Locking someone's misery. Have I wore her that could won Gina I have so many like we could do another show on them seriously I have got so many one of the most funny ones the I'll tell you about is I went to Bangladesh on a holiday you know what that means you know a lot. Marriageable Age or was on holiday is a marriage or trip? Yeah. I was twenty three, maybe twenty four and I was quite capable. I may say not obviously not like now but anyway I was in prime shall I say and so it was a normal day I didn't even know why I dressed up for no reason. No I just decided I'm going to dress up today had Mahara had coupon the comedian and the community itself was really small as well. I'M mmj Just came in a he knew he was avoiding me actually he was hitting me like like the plague and I wondered what was up with him. He sent somebody to tell me to look decent because someone's coming to see me and I was like no way. I went mad. You can't just spring a guy on me and out of rebellion I just decided not to get change. They can see me as Western as I look you know even though I was Bring Asian. My show. Great. I went to the hairdresser's yesterday. It was really sure and I just refuse to wear anything traditional. Oh, look any different than what I was wearing just if you want them to come and see me, they have to see me how I am and my dad didn't. Surprise. You didn't get clue slaps. On No, I didn't but you just wait until you hear what happened. I thought you have got one up on everyone I'm just GonNa stay like this. Anyway they came and guess who came. Not. The guy but the whole family came except for the guy and I was like if there's no guy, why am I meant to look at hia pardoned? The Guy was traveling on the parents didn't want wait for the guy to fly to. Bangladesh at some point. So they thought while I was dead they will just catch me Davis worth him meeting you Chinnawat decides never happened before. So horrified sounds like what is the point of all this? So anyway, the mum. Came bless her. She was really sweet. You know my told my sister I. Don't know if I've told you before she's really attractive and very young king and everybody like says, she's really the Patrick. Bengali. doted material and so she was really shook the cool. Very friendly sociable. So she was looking into Kenyan they the mother in no the potential mother. No, she was like staring at my sister on like all wise and she went door or in no wise in at her. Look at such long and I was sitting opposite the lady and my art was sitting next to me. I just whispered to my artists at you a bit. She thinks my sister knows me I. Don't know why I said that it's just the way the mother was looking at my sister. No. Mantis was like, no way of course she knows it's you. I said now look at look at my sister, nor this is going beyond long gang is this is. This is this is my daughter knowing that kind of on my on very politely said so you've met officer, the Commun- office in the Bengal Leeway. Were heavy and she put her arms around my bear arms and kind of shoved me a bit. Frontal. This is enough this. You know I'm the look of shock on the mother thinks. She saw did A. Hundred Sixty degrees ton and faced me. She was like that. Does that sad what Sandra I? Looked to me like what the Hell it's you oh my God and then she started looking at me with fresh eyes and obviously you look long just turned to disappointment. and. Then that disappointments turn to quiet defeat an acceptance before she left she gave me you know sometimes give you a gift giving a. Book to though isn't it? Yeah. She gave me this book. How did you know Oh my God? She she gave this book. I took it obviously, but I just feel so sorry for Hasso oppo you. You know you didn't get the DOJ want

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The Evolution of AI Chips and Their Business Impact - with Dr. Gregory Diamos

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

06:16 min | 10 months ago

The Evolution of AI Chips and Their Business Impact - with Dr. Gregory Diamos

"So. Brag. I want to kick things off by talking about this theme of a I chips kind of term being thrown around now around software serve built to purpose for ai he gives a bit of a background on what they are and maybe even where they're starting to move forward today. Sure. So if we look historically on ships, there's a few trends that are really important One really powerful tragedy in computing has just been personal computing and especially driven by the C language. So in in the past, actually, you'll probably aware everybody these days has personal computers interact with computers. They're probably aware that computers have gotten substantially faster. Since they were introduced. If we look back fifty years, the speed of computers for the types of applications that we know in love the. Power personal computers and power the Internet have gotten tremendously faster. So can actually measure this. there's a trend around. Around nineteen eighty driven by DISA-, Group of people who are early founders and early manufacturers computers. To try to quantify the speed of computers, one of the things that they developed at that time was called the stack benchmark, and this is a way of determining really objective. How fast is your computer? Suspect started around. One, thousand, nine, hundred, five, a little bit early though not a really danced around nineteen, ninety five. and. This was a metric that. Anybody was producing a computer You could runs back on it and it would give you an idea of how fast it was. So, if we look at stock performance going around nineteen, hundred, five, about two, thousand, ten, it increased basically exponentially over that thirty year run I'm so we saw this enormous over a thousand times improvement in the speed of those computers. From around nine, hundred, eighty, five, two, thousand, ten. So for for various reasons, actually after that it's it's still been increasing, but it's slowed down a little bit. So we have been seeing the same. Performance increases out of our personal computers out of our phones out of the computers that are powering are our data centers. As we have in the past. So the the modern view, those those machines like the current name that we usually call them in industry is is called a CPU. CPU sometimes dance for Central Processing Unit really I think about it as a as a computer that's designed to run a specific type of application like an in particular it's designed to run kinds of applications that we build an in languages like C or or Java, or. Running on operating systems like windows or Android or us. So those computers in those chips are powering quite a lot of the workloads, quite a lot of the applications or the the computing technologies that have been transformative in personal computing in in smartphones in in in data centers. And they're connected the world through the Internet. So, ai chips are actually something different. And There's actually a convergence of maybe two forces here. That are driving this and one is the the forest I just mentioned that. You. Know as we look at the existing designs. For various reasons sometimes people one of the reasons people often referred to as the death of Moore's law whether or not. It's actually dying is is actually a highly contentious topic, but the death of Moore's law is actually one force. That's. Slowing down progress in in Cebu speeded efficiency Almond CPU development. There's some other forces to one fourth that sits a little bit technical. It's related to it's usually called Denard. Scaling. This is just the idea that it's it's getting harder and harder to make computers consume less energy. Some of the technologies that have been driving reductions energy are kind running out of steam. So for various reasons, actually progress in CBS has been slowing down not stopping but but slowing down since about two thousand ten, actually a little before that. Is, really showing up an industry you know after about two thousand ten. In around that time, a lot of people including myself were working on this. It seemed like a really hard problem. You Know How do we actually? Continue the enormous improvements we see in computing. Face with all of these challenges, there's actually a number of people in the industry who call. They're all of these walls that you'd run into and you know. So there is a joke in the industry that we basically run into a brick wall at this point. There's no way around this wall or it's it's really hard for your the leading experts in the world to figure out what to do next. You mean like n Hey, Moore's law. Hey as denard factor that all of these are just kind of like physical barriers that you couldn't surmount Yes Yeah it's hard to say like actually You know who? Maybe there will be a breakthrough in the future but in a lot of people spend a lot of really smart people spend a Lotta time young. Yeah. Yeah. And we haven't been able to find a way around young tough stuff. Yeah. So Luckily, at the same time, we figured out how to get a it to work. And that was so fortunate because the type of a sometimes called machine learning I'm just GONNA call it a I. The type of a technology that started to work really well, sometimes people called his deep learning one of the driving technologies is. The back propagation Algorithm in neural networks. And this technology is wonderful for computers. You know if you want to build a computer like a CPU that's good at running windows or running. The android operating system on your phone. Is Hard, you know the CPU. Is the best way that we know how to do that. But if you want to run something else. So if you want to run an AI algorithm like neural network if you want to train with back propagation. You can do something different you can do something completely different. And that opens up so many more opportunities to continue to improve performance and so you know since two thousand ten. As some companies have started to invest in these technologies I. Think. Actually. GP Use especially GP's from. Our an early era of investment. we've seen enormous gains like we've seen 10x gains are actually in terms of real applications, not not all real application running real applications actually seen a hundred times gains. In performance

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DevOps and Site Reliability with Matt Watson from Stackify

Programming Throwdown

06:37 min | 10 months ago

DevOps and Site Reliability with Matt Watson from Stackify

"This sort of field and and what serve inspired you to take the leap from whatever you're doing at the time to say, I want to start I company built a company around. DEVOPS and site reliability. Yes. So I am now thirty nine years old just day was my birthday and happy birthday. So thank you. I actually started my first software company when I was Let's see twenty two years old and. Coming Calvin solutions and that company grew really fast it was actually it's weird to think about now but was really kind of on the forefront of SAS software as a service companies in back. Then crap was hard like if we needed more servers like we're racking servers and stolen vm ware and like dealing with all that kind of crap and you know none of that was fun and none of it was easy and it was before the cloud right before aws azure and all these things, and so did you have a warehouse or something i? Mean how did you see we use? A local data center I mean, it was just a lot of can't city data center but you know so that company really grew really fast and in two thousand eleven we sold it. But when we sold it you know I had about forty people that worked for me and it most of that was software development but we had every challenge in the world from you know how to scale this thing the performance and bugs, and trying to build new features, and like we had all the problems as a startup, right? And you know my goal when I when I left there and started stack by was to build a set of tools and a platform that would help developers better understand how their applications are performing, how to troubleshoot basic problems. View errors view log files know just basic kind of day to day stuff, which is a lot of a devops `sorry kind of stuff these days but the problem I had back then and is it felt like myself and the three or four other. Developers that were the most important people in the whole company spent all day long looking at log files and trying to solve bugs in production. Right when we have like forty other developers, but they just didn't have the knowledge, the tools, the security access you know just didn't have all of those things to really help troubleshoot things and we just didn't have the tool. So that was originally the goal was know how do we build a set a tool sell developers troubleshoot basic problems You know so that the lead developers don't spend all day doing it. Yeah. Yeah. Let's try to unpack. I'm pack you. It's actually there's a lot of complexity around. Just getting. Some diagnostics into your hand, right. So you have this data center. Now most people are using aws. Let's say you've rented out a portion of the data center and you have some servers on it. How do you go from one hundred, thousand, ten, thousand machine serving some website to? Being able to look at something on your computer and say, Oh yeah, this this is bad. This log line is bad. How how does that end to end process look like? Well so all of these things have changed a lot over time right and used to be you know developers and system administrators would would set up all these machines and have a load balancer and you can log into the server and. Of course, you have all the DISA- Curie access, you know concerns with all those things right. But now you fast forward to today and like servers aren't even thing we have containers or we have server less applications and you now you're deploying a container somewhere and there's one many of those instances of that container and yet to your point of like. Well, how do I get the log files off of a container? Break it's it's like there's more and more levels of abstraction from you know developer or anybody on it to troubleshoot these things. There's multiple layers of automation and abstraction and all this stuff which makes it more and more difficult to troubleshoot some of these things because we use Microsoft azure stack by and we were really trying to troubleshoot something and I had to figure out how to SSh into a container that was. Am by the one I I'm an old Microsoft developer basically who eats every hates everything command line related. and. So I'm I'm not an old dog and I feel like an old dog now being forced to learn this Cuban eighties in all this stuff and Lennox. And I'm like God the is. So can I just like already pee into the box and like trouble shoot some things it'd be a little easier but you know the only way we get access to these things today is to get all the data off the servers right so like log data we gotta get the logging data off of the servers containers, the server lous APP whatever type of APP it is wherever it is wherever it's deployed you've got to get that data off of there and get it to you know A. Centralized. Logging solution which there are a lot of those backfires one of them we centralize logging, but there's things. Or all sorts of solutions that you can throw all of your logging data into elastic search, another popular how how does that work? So someone wants to use any of these. Let's say Stack Affi-, they built some docker container that has their their their website business logic, and then how did they connect that to Stack Affi- they? Right As. Part of their code like you have something in every programming language. So using say see boss boss or or no gas or something they have to have some line that says you log this Daca fi like how does it? How does that work? Yeah most developers in their applications use some form of standard logging framework, right? So in dot net that's log for Jay in its nausea since it's Winston, you know dot net it's in log log frenette are. So there you know they use these standard logging frameworks which help you decide if you WANNA logged the disc or log to. SIS LOG or windows event viewer rolling files on Disk, and all these different things right and so most most of the way you do this is they sport different targets or penders that are seeing the call different things. But basically, they're like extensions that allow you to just change your convict file to say you know what I want to send these this logging data to this third party source now, which could be stack or whatever the thing is right so It's usually a small configuration

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Why COVID-19 poses a special risk during pregnancy

Science Magazine Podcast

07:04 min | 11 months ago

Why COVID-19 poses a special risk during pregnancy

"As it seems kind of to always the case these days there are a lot of open questions about corona virus and something else. In this case it's pregnant women like are these women at greater risk for more severe infections can the virus infected fetus? How likely is transmission at birth from an infected mother Maribeth? I know you don't have answers to all these questions but let's start with what are some solid trends at this point. For example are pregnant women more at risk if they're infected, it seems to be the case that they are although the data is very incomplete given though what the consequences are from a severe infection, it's really better to err on the side of caution and assume that. Yes, they are at increased risk and that wouldn't be totally surprising because it's known from our understanding of other respiratory viruses that women can get much more severe infections and have worse outcomes. That's particularly well established for influenza and it's thought to be the case for SARS Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. That's caused by a similar virus. That's a close cousin of the new corona virus. There are a couple of biological factors that point to why this might be the case particularly how the immune system changes during pregnancy. How might that contribute to more severe infections? The immune system in pregnancy is like a moving target it's constantly adjusting HASTA. Hit this tricky balance of still repelling foreign invaders but not rejecting the fetus, which after all half of the fetus is not from mom and might look foreign to the immune system and what can happen is that things get outta whack perhaps there are worse infections than might have otherwise been the case. At the same time we know that the new corona virus causes really severe inflammation in particularly serious cases of infection. And if the mother's immune system is also active as it is in pregnancy, it's possible. Some experts think that this. Piles on with additional inflammation and that you get a worse situation than you would have had had mom not been pregnant. So it's not well understood but it's thought that there can be unhealthy interplay pregnancy also puts stress on the long Lewis and the cardiovascular system these are both too targets of Kobe eighteen. How is the body affected by pregnancy in such a way that the lungs cardiovascular system are harmed and how does Cova nineteen effect the lungs cardiovascular system sure. Will you imagine if the woman particularly as she goes into later pregnancy in the fetus larger and larger has decreased breathing room That is GonNa, make any respiratory infection in which you're breathing capacity is being affected by the infection itself. That's going to double down and make it even tougher to adequately oxygen at your blood. You basically have less room to breathe right and that's a serious impediment. If you're already sort of breathing at bat reduced level and then you have a virus causing an infection that is filling some of your breathing space with fluid, you can imagine how you could get into serious trouble quite quickly. What about the cardiovascular issues and how does that interact with the new corona virus? Well there's a couple of things one just the amount of work I mean the body. So amazing women pump by the time they're in late pregnancy, fifty percent more blood than they normally have. So there's a ton of blood circulating and that can lead to lots of fluid exiting into the lungs and making a bad problem worse, and then we know that the virus cannon does have bad effects on the heart and blood vessels which are already under strain because of the pregnancy. So again, the virus is potentially aiding and making worse this part that's kind of punching at the. Top of its weight already, there's a final effect that's not fully understood and not fully pin down, but it's known that the corona virus causes increased clotting in some patients. The blood has more of a tendency to clot will guess what in pregnancy the blood already has more of a tendency to plot. So now you layer an increased tendency to clot on top of an increased tendency to clot, and you can see where women can also get into trouble with clotting, which independently been a problem in serious of covid nineteen. We just talked about how the virus pregnancy my. Interact in a negative way. What is the evidence for the fact that women fare worse when pregnant and infected with a new coronavirus will there was a much notice steady that came out of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention late in June that showed that pregnant women with Cova. Did were up to fifty percent more likely to end up in intensive care and seventy percent more likely to end up needing a breathing machine. Then they're infected but non-pregnant peers. Now there, there's some caveats to that study number one they were not more likely to die which is reassuring. Number two even though this was a lot of pregnant women that CDC looked at about ninety, one thousand, it was only twenty eight percent of all the women of reproductive age that have had covert and have had their covert reported to. CDC, through early June. Why is that? Because these reports have a box that say check pregnancy status? Yes pregnant no not pregnant and many many basically seventy, two percent of the reports that CDC received came in without either. Box, checked, and so they couldn't use that data and that makes the study quite incomplete. There's a more comprehensive but much smaller study that was published by the public. Health Agency of Sweden into lie and it found that the women who were pregnant for landing in ICU, at six times the rate of non-pregnant women what's unique about this study is captured. All ICU. Missions in. Sweden and it used Disa- dominator, all non-pregnant and all pregnant women of reproductive. Agents Sweden. This study was very small however in the end only thirteen corona virus, infected pregnant women, and forty non-pregnant infected women were admitted to Swedish I see us in the timeframe of the study.

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"disa" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"disa" Discussed on The Playbook

"I never thought I would ever done this life I'm living and being and. Waking up down, sad for no like I'm a very happy person had never had any bouts of sadness anything and it was like. Almost like I was ashamed. To be able to like knowing where I came from and what I have now and the knowing I'm not happy. It was like you said when you're looking at the ceiling. Just like Holy Fuck I. Got You know I've bought everything? I can I still feel empty and you know again. It wasn't I'm not saying I feel like I had everything, but I. It was it was a realization now looking back at that those that time is what put me down this path of? Of Finding out, who are truly was what I'm really trying to do with my time here and perspectives. Shift in my ego had I was making every decision with my ego and I didn't even know what in was right I thought this was me. My Ego was me and and Disa- just how I am, and that's why I win. You know I'M A. Deal on your years now, but all. I can't say it enough. That's just been this. Slash twenty four months and all was birthed. Hardship where I felt like shit and I really like a gut check period of time. While just like who are you? You know what I mean like you..

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First Steps In Setting Up a YouTube Channel

The $100 MBA Show

03:03 min | 1 year ago

First Steps In Setting Up a YouTube Channel

"Youtube is an incredibly powerful place to market your business but it's also a very crowded place over three hundred hours of video. Is uploaded every minute on Youtube? Nearly five billion videos are on Youtube that you need to compete with but don't fear there's a way to stand out there's a way to carve your niche and be heard. Luckily you do the search engine so when people type in the keywords that they're looking for say for example you are a copywriter teach people how to write gray copy so when somebody searches copywriting for beginners. Your videos show up so let's go step by step before even go to youtube. We gotta establish what type of videos are we going to publish? This is like the pre-production face you've got to plan your content. What type of content are we talking about interviews? Are we talking about talking head videos? Are you talking about parodies? Are going to be using comedy. Is it a single person on the videos or as tandem? What's the format of your videos or you can even call it a show. One of my favorite youtube shows is pricing page. Tear downs by profes- wellness. This is by Patrick. Campbell also has his co worker one of his team members on the show and it's two people and they're discussing different pricing pages and they're tearing them down. There has some screen sharing. They're talking in a studio kind of situation so that's all preplanned before him. They actually say. This is the format of videos now. You may not want to do that. You might want to just have a talking head video you just talking straight to a camera giving instructions that you have be role in your giving examples and you might break it up with some screen sharing but you need to decide now what type of videos what format you're going to have on your channel. Why because you're going to develop a style and people are going to resonate with that style. They're gonNA see a consistent way. You're delivering videos if you have competitors in your marketplace. Take a look if they have youtube channels. I'm not saying look at what they do. So you can copy them. Just look at it. As a see what choices they made you could see some examples and you make your own choices in terms of what kind of news you want to produce next. Let's talk about equipment. What are you actually need to shoot? Great videos now. You can obviously spend a ton on this type of equipment. Get Your Disa- lar- camera like a cannon five D or something like that get some expensive lighting and some background and it's up your whole studio and you could do that or some very successful youtube channels where there's literally just sitting at their desk using a high quality. Webcam and a great Mike. There are ones that are very successful. That don't even use a camera. They're doing screen share some. Don't even use that and use animation. They get an animator involve and they voice over animation one of my favorites is CPG PG gray so depending on the type of show or a kind of content you're going to be producing this will dictate the equipment you need so maybe you don't need

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"disa" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"disa" Discussed on Small Doses

"Baby. No one zero one. We're like I think that is so incredibly important that we got to see. Even the way that they communicated with their children the way that they communicate with your children's showed us so much of an important way of of Disa- difference in a relationship between adult and child and I think that value and watching that in a black family represented on TV is so incredibly important. Not just to the black community but to everyone who is watching because you know they all be watching our shit. I feel. I think it's so important that when we are presenting black families on television that we are presenting values that are of you know something that we want to instill in our communities. And if we're not doing that then we're doing. An allegory was showing some level of morality. That says like we're able to show an indicate why this isn't necessarily helpful. Why isn't proved right isn't appropriate? You know so I think it was really a a unique experience to be able to grow up and watch that and a lot of the programming right now. I feel like doesn't echo that in the same way some of this program presents black families in ways and I think can be very deleterious. Very irresponsible very irresponsible. I'm very detached very detached from like you know certain cultural core values that I feel like have come out of the black community and I know that when we talk about just pop culture as a whole and just the black community as a whole is not a monolith. No it's not to say that we're a monolith or to say that we're homogeneous by any means but I do feel like when it comes to Lack folks as a community coming together overcoming and rising up I mean I guess is the same thing the value system that we share is a key element and the fact that we don't share that same value system right now I feel like is a big big part of the splintering of our community. Some people call it code code. You know a lot of people don't have code and I value code. I value a code of Unity Value. Code of.

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Standup Week Sunday Night

Chompers

02:49 min | 1 year ago

Standup Week Sunday Night

"Rushing on the top of your mouth on one side and brushing in the back three breath. It stand up week and in today's show the COMEDIANS. Are you chop INS? Let's start the show. All right. Our first champion is five years old and he's from Philadelphia Pennsylvania and his name is sadness and without further ado joke why my nose to our ventures long why because then Ed Switzer brushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and keep making tiny circles with your toothbrush okay. Our next joke is from Luke. Let's give Lugo warm welcome. How many tickets does it take about two to laugh? I don't know ten golds all right next up. We've got Allie Allie ticket away. Why was the teachers is crossed? Why because she couldn't control her pupils Switzer brushing to the bottom of your mouth. And make sure you're brushing inside the outside and the chewing side of each tooth guys next up all the way from Ireland. We've got jokes from Kate and Amy Kate. Let's hear it. Why Turkey nor any Christmas dinner? Why because he was stuffed. And now amy and note here in. Ireland where amy is from. They called toilet paper toilet rolls. Why Tony Rogo down here? Why get to the bottom? Time is what you're rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth. Your tongue rushed to all right. Here's a joke from champion. Frankie be if they fool. Were the bay. What THE BIG O. Taken us on home tonight. Alexandra Alexandra take it away. When it's late at night what Disa- peanut butter say to the Joey? I don't know it's time for old Speaking of bread in bed all this laughing speaking by so

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Time Blocking | A New Model for Your Time

The ONE Thing

09:27 min | 1 year ago

Time Blocking | A New Model for Your Time

"Why are we here? Tie Blocking the one thing. And what is all about? It's about time folks. Every single day we wake up with the ultimate equalizer. Twenty four hours yet. How is it that when we all have the same amount of time some of US achieve extraordinary while others ordinary? It comes down to whether you are spending your time or whether you're investing it there's a difference. There's an expectation of a return. Our hope today is that you get really clear on how you can go on a journey from shedding the old way where we just spent our time by default and start purposefully. Investing it so that you can have a relationship with your goals and chief extraordinary results out you and I spent some time in your office and we were talking about this idea of having a relationship with your goals. What does that mean so I mean? I think we talked about this yesterday. If you're a billionaires right how many of you were at how billionaire cycles okay. Cool thank you. We don't need another way to set goals. There's a million of them. I don't think anybody has any trouble announcing they're going to do. Xyz every every year everybody in our industry set goals we don't know how to do is actually have a relationship with them right. How do you actually stay in touch with the things that you said? Were important on January. One we're on day. Forty eight people. How many of you can honestly say you've an investment in your number one goal this year every day this year. Forty eight investments. You're being interviewed next. But that's what it looks like right. I didn't raise my hand right. It's tough to do but this simple process is the best way I've seen in years and years of research of staying in contact with things that are important. You're making an appointment with yourself to do the things that really matter to you. Time blocking. Is that secret weapon. And it's so simple people just want to ignore it. They want to devalue it but I gotTa tell you. Simplicity is how we get things done. If it's complicated you can't do it day in and day out you just can't. Life is too complicated already. I mean isn't real estate just a little bit complicated. You got your phone blowing up with taxed in emails and your clients for them. This is our most important asset. It's urgent to them all the time. So you've got urgent emotional. Always these waves passing over you. How do you stay focused on how to one? You know to serve them best and also do the things that matter to grow your business. That's time blocking and the simplest definition I can give for it. It's making an appointment with yourself to do the work that's most important to you. It's just an appointment we know what to do in that little thing goes off at fifteen minutes to the hour right hoops. I've got an appointment in fifteen minutes but unlike the rest of the world. We want you to start making appointments with you yourself alone. This is not meeting other people right when I first interviewed with Gary Keller is in two thousand. It was June of two thousand. We're sitting there. Were hanging out and he says. Let me see your calendar. Because he was about. I didn't know it. He was interviewing me for a job. And I had like the checkbook style week at a glance. Aren't you can stick it in your back pocket. And because I'm a flaming introvert like I do not need to be around anybody. All I had in there were dates with my wife and tasks that I was going to do and that was that. Pass the test because what Gary wants to see on. Your calendar is appointments with you to do the things that matter. I no idea until like ten years later what he was actually looking at but he flipped through like this is very invasive. He's like flipping through my calendar. What does this mean? What does this mean? Now it's like? Oh Yeah I had to do that thing that week. But that's how he thinks he's only ever worked for three people and they were all millionaires and they all time blocked without knowing it. They made appointments with themselves. This is what we're here to help teach you to do. And if you're already doing it how to do it better well it makes sense right scheduled time with yourself to do the things that matter most just because it's simple does that mean it's easy now now yet. Sometimes we need to have a greater sense of purpose to fuel our productivity. What does the research say on why it's important? I was hoping you'd cuming. Is that said I want to talk about this? There's great research that showed up after we wrote the bugs and it was published in the American Journal psychology and they were trying to get people to exercise more regularly. They said we want you to exercise for twenty minutes a day and so they divided the people into three groups. Just kind of like y'all so there was a control group. Disa- go exercise for twenty minutes a day. There was a motivation group. And they said here's a pamphlet that will show you all the benefits of exercising twenty minutes a day right it a lower your blood pressure. Lower your stress levels right. You'll have more energy. And then they had their intention group and the intention group was given the same motivational information. They had to do one additional task. They had to write down and intention statement on these days at this time at this place. I will exercise for twenty minutes. These two groups were thirty three and thirty five percent effective at doing it. This group was ninety five percent effective to hear that the simple act of navigating your calendar stopping and going okay. I know I want to do this but winning. Where am I going to do it? And making that commitment. That's a calendar invite votes triples. Triples your success rate simple but incredibly effective right and so we left onto that and it just it just spoke the truth to us because this is what we've been teaching. This is what we've been living in finely sciences showing up to say. Yeah that stuff's right doesn't have to be more complicated and I'll give you a little secret. How many of you have staff how many of you have assistance that report to you so one of the great things that you can do for them when you have something new and your world. Hey we're going to launch a podcast. Hey we're going to do this. We're going to start seven level. Open houses some eager beaver on your team's going to say I WANNA lead that. The question that you can ask them is great. When will you do this? And what you'll see in their eyes is they'll go internal and sometimes they'll realize they're already full up. They're going to have to give something up in order to make this new commitment but the reality is because people don't live this every day they're saying yes to things when they're already at one hundred percent and they're not going back and saying no so some of the disciplines of racing and replace we'll go over. That is how you start. Moving your priorities around on your calendar so that you can make new commitments and actually fulfil them. Yeah I remember seeing this quote in the one thing and it stopped me dead in my tracks. If doing the most important thing is the most important thing. Why do anything else? The number one life folks the lie that everything matters equally in every day we wake up. There's all these things that we can do but we started doing the stuff that's on our plate like Dominos and just started lining them up and understood that this is the first one and just go think what happens. They all fall. The challenge is how many of us genuinely are clear on our lead domino every day. But not so. Walk you through how you get there. How many of you were not in. How billionaire set goals yesterday. Keep your hands up. If you're like. Oh snap that class happened. Yeah okay we know one of the most common questions that come when people come to some of our advances goal settings and now there's GPS there's four one wonders time blocking a sixty six day challenge. Calendar what the heck out do I do it all together? Let us walk you through this because all these tools in Iraq to give you clarity on your priorities we start by going way out and asking. Where do we want to be someday from now for you? That can be ten years fifteen years twenty years you get to choose what that means. Mel. Let's stop real quick. Do you think that is an easy question to answer? Now it requires that you do. What search search for the answer search past the wall of? I don't know who you keep searching. And based on that someday vision you get to look back and say great. Where do I need to be five years from now to be on track for my someday? You think that's easy. It's not you still have to search but this is where you start to hit your stride. Where do I have to be this year to be on track for my boss

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Creating an Interview Series for Blog Content

GradBlogger

09:35 min | 1 year ago

Creating an Interview Series for Blog Content

"I'm your host Dr Chris Cloney. Today's up so we're going to be talking about creating an interview series for blog content. This is the fourth episode in the content machine series. For those who've been listening for awhile you know Disa- long standing series that we do as part of the podcast back in episode eight. We DID THE FIRST EPISODE ON RANDOM. Topic blogging on episode eleven. We talked about three minute papers up so twenty-three we talked with content curation and repurposing. These are all things I've used in my business and in my blog at safety science were to build authority and bill traffic there. They were going to be talking about creating an interview series as part of your blog content so the biggest question that people ask quite frequently when they're starting a blog or even if they've been running a blog for six months or year even a couple of years is how do we increase traffic. How do I create content? They're struggling or you're struggling to create a flow create a process where you can actually go about creating content routinely getting into the world and use that to drive traffic. So that's really why in this episode and in the Konta machine series were focusing on content systems. How do you build a repeatable? Scalable process create unique content. That you can put on. Your website should drive. Seo Traffic they can share a broader to the community. How do you do that with not necessarily least amount of effort? But how do you do that in a way? That's leveraged so you're using your effort effectively and you're doing that over and over again and again you can leverage to create more content or create better content in your space become seeing authority so and this upsets specifically talk about wide focus on content systems or give eight steps to creating an interview series. What are the main benefits for this type of content? And we'll go through a couple of examples. He's there are people who pulled out websites. I pulled out As doing this in the academic space already they can go use and drive from for experience as always you can download the transcript podcast episode at grab blogger dot com slash forty seven. You're really nice. Pdf transcript of what we talk about also put in a swipe file for you. Mailing potential interviewees include things in. That's why follow that will talk about in this episode. Like getting right into the ask when you're reaching out including specific offramp for what people should do next and encouraging some gentle urgency in that email. So you want an example of how to reach out to people for your interview series. You can download that swipe file at grab liar dot com slash forty seven. So the big question you know why. Focus on content systems for your blog and it comes right back to the the biggest question that I'm asked all the time which I kind of mentioned was how do I create content. How do I drive traffic? How do the in a sustainable way that I'm not GonNa you know? Kill myself over timers. I'm going to be able to keep up with no shore at one point. Maybe you're blogging writing a post every day. I've done this for several months. But it's hard and chances are you're gonNA fall through at some point and you're just not gonNa feel like doing it. So that's why you really gotta go about creating processes and systems in your blog that you're creating content leveraging that content getting it out using it to get traffic using that to drive people back to your website stylish authority and then this is where you can go building your online business. So when I started with the safety science dot Com which was actually not called that website. It was called my dust. Explosion Research Dot com which is a terrible name very hard very easy to say well as casting but very hard to say people struggled understand it does safety scientists are much better. Name was her blogging. There I use what I call. Random topic blogging. This will appeal due at the start. I picked a science topic when flip through my textbook and said okay. I'M GONNA TALK. What's in chapter two on combustion of single particles or something like that? Research heavily created amazing images. I wrote all the material in a word document. I proof read it uploads to wordpress proof-read again. You never believe copy stuff incorrectly into wordpress than I sit there and think about it for a while and be worried about people seeing the content and feel like You know who might have put this onto the world. I'm an maybe I'd press publish. That was like my my life for the first month or two of having my blog doing this random topic blogging. It's inefficient. It's not scalable. It's overly difficult and you won't. You won't keep up with an idea of where the other although thankfully I started thinking about how to implement systems into my blog and systems into created my content which got me to where I am today and away from that random topic. Blog clue trick years to find something that works for you and stick with it for at least an extended period. Stick with it. Maybe you're maybe doing a lot of reading of technical or scientific papers right now than the three minute paper process is one that you can use to create content. We talked about this again. Backing episode eleven. Or maybe you're bored of researching and reading technical articles in your in a different stage in your doing courses or something so that you're you're not heavily into the research. Then maybe you can focus on content curation repurposing making him publish a weekly blog post covering the ten most important topics in wildlife science wildlife. Ballsy or something. I don't know making it up in the world today and use Google alerts to pull that information in repurpose into a blog post repurpose into a newsletter and use that content curation repurposing. We talked about this again. Backup so twenty three. So if you're getting this idea that content machines are content systems or creating a better way to go the news blog. About what you think about your right. That's the whole point. I'm trying to make with these different stories in this episode. We're GONNA talk about just one other another option creating an interview series. I really liked this. I've used it a bit in my blog but I've seen other people actually use them more effectively. That's why want clue examples at the end of this podcast episode. So what is an interview series so this interview others usually within a similar background to yourself or a similar background or your audience. It could really be about anything but generally you get them talk about their experiences. Their successes or struggles or difficulties really depends on the genre that you enter the scientific area in whole points to interview them about their life and their experience or their research and then put as blog posts on your on your website. So it's kind of like guest posting except you reach out to them do an interview either ridden or you can even do these over the phone and then type that often natural blog post. So how do you go about creating an interview series then? I came up with eight steps to do this process. Seven number one is to pick an overall topic so this should be one thing that you really focusing on an interview series. Maybe doing ten interviews on jobs after finishing PhD or series on things you can do with a molecular biology degree. Your I don't know what it is but picking overall topic for your interview series. This is similar to what I did when I create expert Roundup Post. But it's more broad. I didn't ex- around post. I came up with two specific questions. Dog were then step to came up to questions and sent out to experts in my field created one single post to it. This is similar. You WANNA couple overall topic. But you're doing interview about each individual person so step number two is to create your list of questions so these are the questions. You're going to ask the interviewees things like what is your background. What program are you in? What's your favorite thing about this topic? What's your least favorite thing? We'll just topic. What advice would you give somebody else? The typical ones and you can ask the same question to the people. You're interviewing Rican even bury the questions depending on their background. I like doing the same question as a reader. I kind of find interesting to see how people respond to same questions as also pretty interesting. Then you can do again coming back to leveraging you can do sort of mega poster medicos where you look at. Every maybe ten responses to the same question and pull out those underlying themes a step number to create your list of questions step number three to create your list of potential interviewees this where you scour social media your network you know people you know that you might be interested. Google earlier topic overall click on Google's recommended suggestions for similar keywords or key phrases what websites are coming up what blogs are coming up. Those are probably great people to add to your list of potential interviews and this could be a one time thing again doing ten interviews or five interviews or three interviews to interview series or it could be something you do on your blog every month. You do one interviewer every two weeks you posted interview and both these are methods. That can work but you need a list of to be able to go through so step number one number two and number three number four say. Create your template outreach email so this really important if you're you're reaching out to many people at once the guy different extra round of post I think I reached out to something like sixty people or something like that and I sent us a similar email to all sixty of them had come up with a template so it's really easier if you don't make it very specific problem being a very specific as you're never going to send the wrong name with the wrong background information or something kind of silly so. I like to send a general email out and maybe only do a sentence or two something specific to it so this process gets released Iffy create template on the general line. That uses hello. I add a personal feature. Hope it's the weather's Nice and Florida at this time of the year. I don't know it is something like that. Now you straight to the point. I'm emailing you to see if you'd be interested in doing X. Being involved in project why you really WANNA say get straight to the point within the first paragraph or two about what you're asking Then do a paragraph about why you're asking it then give them an offramp. Tell them exactly what to do next. If you're interested hit reply and we'll set a time to do the interview if you're interested here the questions and replying. Email me back your responses. You know you gotTa tell them exactly what you want them to do. Make it easy for the make of them brainless to take that

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"disa" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"disa" Discussed on The CyberWire

"My guest today is Ashley mcreynolds. She's chief business officer at cynic. She's also among team of organizers of the courageous women's Cisco Brunch as well as a women only capture the flag at the upcoming RSA Conference in San Francisco at cynic we all the trusted leader in crowd sourced security that means we have the crowd source security testing platform that is based on harnessing the best of artificial intelligence and human intelligence together to provide the best possible results. Now when you do that you have to be able to harness the best and most brilliant from a security perspective across the planet in order to be able to bring the diversity of thoughts to the table to be able to test thoroughly. What we found is that was. We were harnessing researchers across the world. We do so from eighty different countries. We found that we were well represented culturally but that we were very under represented from a female perspective. And so because of that we've had for the last number of years of focus on being able to encourage more women to consider security career and encouraged the women insecurity to continue to play a ongoing vibrant role in participating fully in the security ecosystem. Well let's talk about The brunch that you're going to be hosting at our say. This is the courageous women. Cisco Brunch what can attendees expect? So this is I. Think the eighth one of these that we've actually done across the country and We've always had rave reviews. It's actually a pretty light hearted brunch where we have a group discussion about some of the challenges and opportunities that we see insecurity today. Some of them are technical issues. Some of them are more career oriented in general. What we have found is that women are dramatically underrepresented insecurity. As I mentioned today. We have only one in five women playing a sea level role in the security industry. And it's even worse. At the practitioner level believe it or not and is an industry that is right now struggling with a massive talent gap where we need to recruit just great people across the board and so women are very very under represented in that group so what we have put together as a meeting that we hold regularly. This one is a brunch where people can Chat and encourage and empower each other to be part of this community. You know when I've had conversations with a variety of women in cybersecurity. Something that I've heard many times. Is that their conversations. That can take place at events like this. That just can't happen at Mixed sex events with where they had men and women together that by having women together that Opens up an avenue for conversations Frankness and candor. That would be difficult to have in a mixed environment. Is that your experience as well. It actually is. We've had amazing sessions where the feedback. I've gotten before his tremendous and I think it's exactly what you're saying is that there's a lot of different networking sessions in the security industry. Very few are focused in on women allowing women to speak in a way. That's very comfortable to open up and ask for advice from others in a comfortable easy way. Now you're also organizing. A women only captured the flag event. Can you share some of the details on that one for US absolutely similarly? We find that from a researcher perspective. Again we source researchers from eighty different countries across the world and yet the women only make up about twelve percent of that group so given that it should be closer to fifty percent just massively under represented now. This is really interesting for me because a lot of people may not understand the life of a great ethical researcher for US. We have A wonderful group of researchers many of whom are dads who work from home and have a great lifestyle because they're able to participate in Earning an income by Working on the snack platform and finding vulnerabilities for our clients and our clients are the government in some of the largest enterprises out there. Now these stay at home dads often can like I said Work in a normal setting in. They can work from wherever they live. I think it's a shame that more women don't realize that this is a career that they can also participate in and being a great ethical. Hacker gives you an enormous amount of freedom to be able to earn income from wherever you live in to earn it on your own schedule in your own hours. So the women. Only capture the flag again as an initiative to try and encourage women to be able to support each other in getting into this career and see each other You know see the great researchers that we have that are making a living here. And hopefully that will motivate others. This form is really about. Women advocating for women supporting women in a really positive way. That's Ashley GRUNDTVIG's from cynic.

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"disa" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"disa" Discussed on The CyberWire

"And now a word from our sponsor extra hop securing modern enterprises with network detection and Response Security Teams. Today want to say. Yes to cloud adoption just like they want to support enterprises Iot an edge computing but the more complex your architecture the less you can trust your perimeter to keep threats out when attackers make it into your environment. You need to be the Hunter. Not The hunted extra hop helps organizations like Home Depot and Credit Suisse detect threats up to ninety five percent faster with the context. They need to act immediately visit them at RSA for a full product demo of threat detection and response for cloud multi cloud and hybrid enterprises or learn more at extra hop dot com slash cyber. That's extra hops dot com slash cyber and we thank extra hop for sponsoring our show funding for this cyber wire. Podcast is made possible in part by McAfee security. Fueled by insight intelligence. Let you respond to your environment insights in power you to change it. Identify with machine. Learning defendant correct with deep learning anticipate with artificial intelligence McAfee? The device the cloud cybersecurity company go to McAfee dot com slash insights from the cyber wire studios at data tribe. I'm Dave Bittner with your cyber wires summary for Friday February Twenty First Two thousand twenty the US Defense Information Systems Agency DISA- disclosed that between May and July of Twenty nineteen one of its systems sustained data-breach that may have compromised personal data according to v Domain disarray affected personnel. Who may number up to two hundred thousand that their names and social security numbers may have been compromised which systems were breached is unclear as is whether the incident was an attack or a data exposure? Reuters emphasizes that DISA- provides telecommunication services to the White House and other high level. Us government organizations that's true but possibly misleading as Disa- does far more than that. It's a combat support agency whose mission is to Conduct Department of Defense Information Network operations for the joint warfighter most servicemembers defence employees and contractors touched networks so this would appear to be a case of a breach. Api as opposed to the penetration of sensitive executive branch networks other countries have joined the US the UK and Georgia in condemning. What they call a large scale. Gru Defacement attack against Georgian websites last October fifth domain and others report naming and shaming are thought part of a broader effort to reinforce international norms of conduct in cyberspace other allied governments including governments with strong institutional memories of Russian hybrid operations like those of Estonia and the Czech Republic have also joined in the criticism of Moscow's operations against Georgia. The Georgia operations were almost purely disruptive figurative sand in the metaphorical gears of civil society with that in mind. It's worth reviewing. The Atlantic looks at Russian influence operations directed against the twenty twenty. Us elections and concludes that the Americans themselves are doing a good job of creating divisive content. All on their own and that the Russians seem to have moved from creation to curation. It's impossible to resist the temptation to quote Pogo Possum. On this. We have met the enemy and he is us as he famously said. More than half a century ago there's enough ill-will and paranoia in domestic production to leave the troll farms of Saint Petersburg with little to do beyond retweeting it the Atlantic observes quote the. Us doesn't need. Russians to erode faith in its elections one buggy APP at the Iowa Caucus. Did that just fine quote. Moscow remains interested in weakening American civil society and can be expected to continue. Its efforts along those lines. But we may not see a revival of two thousand sixteen style hacking and creative disinformation amplification and curation. May well do it. The Atlantic talk to Graham Rookie Director of the digital forensic forensic research lab at the Atlantic Council no relation to the Atlantic magazine by the way they quote rookie is saying of Russia's Internet research agency the highest profile. Tro- farm of them all that at this point quote they could spike the football and say mission accomplished and quote maybe they will tech crunch reports that kids guard an APP designed to monitor what children do with their phones also spouses employees. And so on exfiltration data to a leaky alibaba bucket. Kids Guard is a legal tool that as its name. Implies is marketed to parents interested in keeping a handle on their wards and offspring's online shenanigans. It's manufacturer cleave. Guard says kids guard can access all the information on targeted device and that includes real time location text messages browser history photos videos App activities and recordings of phone calls the exposure of exfiltrated data seems to be the result of mickan figuring and not a deliberate choice on the vendors. Part APPS like kids guard have come to be known as Stalker wear for the relative ease with which they're repurpose to snoop on people who decidedly aren't underage children and finally as the US continues to trying to persuade its allies. That they should keep my way out of their five G. infrastructure the chief technology officer of always networking unit. Paul Scanlon told. Cnbc that the US government would find it difficult to come up with companies that would be credible five G. alternatives to alway the US has urged the UK and others to recognize and resist while way propaganda to the effect that the hardware giant is five G. deployments indispensable company a decision by what the register calls the Ministry of fun suggests that the actual implementation of Britain's compromise position on Chinese manufacturers may be more restrictive than many had believed the department for Digital Culture Media and sport to give the Ministry of Fund. It's proper name as opened bidding on nine rural five G. pilots with a total value of thirty five million pounds in requesting proposals. The department said however that none of the winning projects or future projects from five G. Create. We'll use equipment from high risk England gallant days when history hung on our show before when feudal barons the countryside eleven pomp and splendor when one man alone they're challenged the might of unpaid suppressors robinhood our show at Boris then historic bad robbing the rich to feed the poor ready to fight for king for country automating. The specific nature of some of those products is suggestive of how expensive the notion of core infrastructure is becoming. They include water pollution control projects woodland and livestock remote monitoring and even an interactive system designed for tourists visiting Sherwood forest specifically a virtual reality Robin Hood and his merry men that a Vr Robin Hood would be too sensitive to allow way in hints that they reality of the UK's implementation of compromise restrictions on wall way and other Chinese vendors won't be as far from notoriously harder American line as Washington fears unless of course Sherwood forest is a bigger national security deal than it appears to us over here sheriff of Nottingham Prince. John was that passage in the movie. You SPEAK TREASON. Okay.

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How to 'Winterize' Your Garden

Your Gardening Questions

03:57 min | 1 year ago

How to 'Winterize' Your Garden

"Plus all the gardening accessories you need to make your garden. The envy of the neighborhood get growing with stokes. Now how today's question. I guess as far as the climate goes. It's been winter but the winter officially begins this coming week. And you have some tips. I know on winterizing the garden. Well yes and some people. Most people perhaps listen and follow our recommendations. Probably have already done this. But the the little things that can mean a whole lot and that is drain your hoses. Yeah now that is if you leave him out. Drain hose absolutely absolutely. You must remove the hose from the Faucet yes because if if if if in these new plumbing fixtures which go go back the shutoff itself is inside the House and if you leave that hose full of water the freeze can follow right back in through the foundation. Asian to house and burst. I'm speaking for authority ear. It can burst the pipe in if that pipe is right over your library. I it causes ause you to say. Oh shucks a couple of times. Yeah Okay so you get the hoses drain and then Would already have been necessary. I think in most I areas to anything porous Short of porcelain itself. Anything that can imbibe water during the course of the summer bird baths fountains and and all this kind of thing you better get them turned over or covered both because when water freezes it expands nine to eleven percent in any can expand expand in the porosity of your unit and in spring. You have nothing but a bunch of crumbles. Oh Yeah so then there. That's right then. Some people will pull the weeds in their yard. And certainly if you have time. That's a good idea because you removing the seed for next year's growth so it's a positive thing I I usually don't get around to it and and the main reason I don't get around to it is. I don't mind looking into my garden garden this time of year in Let's just say looking at considerable DISA- rate I leave the grasses many but I leave leave them so that they will show off all winter long in their tan color range and sizes. I leave the tops of almost all the perennials on on. I just don't mind seeing movement in the garden. I don't mind seeing something. That's dancing in frost or snow cover So I I don't do those things. Thanks however You could and it. It's on the late side the same as Jim's bulbs but you could still move a perennial of size now by that meaning inning. Something that has an established root system. That's more than three inches deep in the ground. The reason for that being that you're going to take the roots over to the new home. You'RE GONNA Planet Planet at the same height that Cetera. If it's shallow little plant cello route a little plant it can be frozen and and that heaves it up and then it thaws awesome. It settles not so much and then heaves up to where that plant can be raised by freezing and thawing to sit right on top of the ground then. The temperature changing constantly on top of the ground can kill. It is

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China, Twitter And Facebook discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

China, Twitter And Facebook discussed on Geek News Central

"Google has shuttered more than two hundred youtube channels amid the hong kong protests so apparently <hes> the china's state news state was <hes> throwing up <hes> new channels and trying trying to <hes> put disa- formation out and <hes> this comes days after twitter and facebook said they would suspend nearly one thousand accounts again that were linked to state backed disinformation campaigns originating from inside china china is also comes after google and it's video platform face scrutiny from lawmakers regarding its ability to control misinformation so <hes> they pulled down two hundred channels on youtube when they discovered those channels in that were being <hes> using the the platform again to serve information

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"disa" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"disa" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"All right have a disa Margison for his eight consecutive loss to the nationals what's that about his beat him since twenty fourteen he had a tough night last night he he's had such a good run of star to me wasn't horrific last night but he wasn't MC wasn't what we've seen over the past five starts it is his shortest start of the year he did on may twenty eighth in Miami and may eleven he's just like he was labor an almighty was in traffic All My Baby some location problems yeah and by the way the nats have now won five of the last seven in San Francisco smoke in the jazz thirty six to fourteen in that span while you're gone Murph coaxes assessment was the nationals are the most dangerous team in the pack there that they're trying to catch like a run down you like and and Adam Eaton a fat Matt Adams electorate rotation they've got their little into my thing Vic with Fannie Eric Freddie by the way there was a clear night for this guy fatty it was his best artist and it is the longest scoreless outing was correct already wow I was thank you yeah shot off that shot out fairly well with the one I I go back with a weapon are cool out I thank you now we're right but I just feel like doing it out that he I'm I'm more interested in a rotation out with Eddie with pack Corbin Strasbourg in the mature Corbin doing do that's a danger for teachers sure is gonna be back pretty soon I think that might be the right of the could take down the Dodgers they can lead to allow the thing less stress for pitch in October settle down again just protecting for next year he's a free agent I can be a scary post season for everybody thinks the Dodgers are that much better than everybody else saying I don't know how I don't know either you get to shore CS things can happen comes income shares and I don't care have bull pen issue yeah that's about penance I know the same problems that had no they could become the Buffalo Bills of Major League Baseball which I would get some real enjoyment out of watching them go down and they get that far I have great admiration for the bills I would not have that for the Dodge right but there's a pleasure there and watching them fall you know sometime all right here's what it was like after the game Bruce boshi who sees his team slipped to fifty six and fifty seven yeah they handed the ball to Jeff Samardzija any couldn't get him past four innings had to take an axe pitch count was too high Boetsch on some margin trails of they're pretty good and different thrown the ball so well so I I yeah what I even thought about attending before but demi it's pretty amazing what he did yeah with the pitch is.

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"disa" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"disa" Discussed on KOMO

"Disa- qua- high school where the campus was closed as a precaution. President Trump unveiled a new immigration proposal today system will finally be fair transparent and promote equality and opportunity for more from komo's Jeff Pohjola for legal immigration. The plan would prioritize skilled workers instead of family members of those who are already here. But Ayman Bundy and immigration attorney in eastern. Washington says this could have a drastic effect on agriculture, the majority of my clients are immigrating based on family, a lot of low skilled laborers that are coming up here to work in dairy, or something like that. The president's plan has already been met with scepticism from both Republicans and Democrats Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news a couple years under the spotlight as the hottest housing market in the nation, but prices have dropped about one percent in the past year. Redfin. Chief economist Daryl Fairweather says it's a different story outside city limits on the outskirts of the add on the outskirts of cities. There wasn't as big of a price increase leading up in the last couple of years. And so we haven't seen as a decline, it kind of, like, you know, the bigger they are the harder they fall. That's more true of the more expensive places like the city center says you expect the prices will start to go up again and Seattle. And this might be a good time to buy Seattle police continue to search for whoever is responsible for shooting a man in north Seattle yesterday, sergeant Sean Wickham says the man was shot in the head the injuries homicide. Detectives are taking the lead on this case, we do not believe that this was a random act. We do believe that this was targetted violence would says they know yet have description of the person they believe was the shooter, the new baby giraffe at Seattle's woodland park zoo has a name. And as komo's Ryan Harris tells us, he has a spring in his step caretakers weren't sure you'd have sunny while Healy for handsome..

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Colorado STEM school shooting: One dead, 8 injured, 2 in custody

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

02:44 min | 2 years ago

Colorado STEM school shooting: One dead, 8 injured, 2 in custody

"There's been a shooting in Littleton Colorado out of school. And this was a k through twelve school stem school, and you have seen maybe some of the video of kids lined up outside of the school to people have been arrested in connection with the shooting. The details are kind of sports and coming out, slowly, but two suspects are in custody. The governor says he's monitoring the shooting happened late in the afternoon on what would have been rainy kind of school day for those kids who were there in in Littleton. And we see the images again of kids lineup out of school putting their hands up and the good news is immediately. The Douglas county sheriff's department responded and bam got them into custody suspects. And and of course, unfortunately, there eight victims that were injured seven to eight they're saying. But nobody killed in. This is in Littleton. So a suburb of Denver, and they were on the scene the police and the sheriff's deputies almost right away, and they try to suss things out yet kids on the ground. I mean, what an awful thing they said they were initially looking for third suspect. But then they ruled that out one victim is in good condition that children's hospital and Colorado south campus in highlands ranch. So that's a good thing. And immediately the sheriff's department tweeted something out that the school is locked down and all other Highland ranch. Schools were on lockdown so kudos to them. They handled the situation correctly Sem school was placed on lock down, of course, after the shooting up, and and it's been lifted it was a couple hours later lifted, but you know, about eighteen hundred students there and it's in Littleton, Colorado. And you think back to Columbine high school back in ninety nine two students killed. You know, twelve of their classmates and how awful that was and it brings back those memories. And of course, parkland last year and Florida disa- sad state of affairs, and we've had people on to talk about it. We've had our favorites. Qala Jon Huber to come on and talk about it. And what do we do about this epidemic? And and then what you see afterwards, and what are the motives than will possibly make them want to do that. And to fellow classmates to come back to school where they were. But some of those details are are just starting to happen. And of course, anything we know will we will pass on to you. But the good news is as of now, nobody was reported dead shot to death in that incident. Thank goodness. And they immediately responded to what was

"disa" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"disa" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Today. Close. Favored child. Cannot. Supernet promotion. Everything. Dictum supernatural, reckless. Ed on. Uncowed the pilots regulations laws. Behalf. Someone needs to be to that. That's crazy. Deavere to the prayer yacht. The more DMZ got. Like he was. And then it got like, okay. This is up here. Diem exit was a major moment for me in publishing relevant and in two thousand three's when we started our print MAG. And I think the second issue right was right? Win ex very publicly proclaimed. I got saved, you know, you know, I found the Lord, and it was a really like he was very bold about it talking about his newfound faith, right? And so in the magazine, I remember our second issue, and it was like, whoa. Intersex, faith, and culture. This is like prime time for us. And so we've did a big thing in the front matter. Right. The beginning of the magazine about de mex- becoming a Christian, right? And then like a year later, he gets arrested for drugs, and then like he kind of walked back the faith thing. And then like like it kind of went a skew a few years later. And then now he's kinda back in the, you know, but like. Disa- made me remember or maybe learned very early on like, okay, we need to kind of hold all of our coverage of Christians and culture kind of arms length. You know what? I mean, we can't now. Yeah. So look their diem Xs a teaching moment for me. I posted that clip on Monday morning in our all staff like thread that we talk. I said this is the prayer that we need to open up the week with because he needs to pray at our next meeting because I'm Jay, I'm ready run through a law for the war. You know, getting all of God's favor. This bianca. He's got one speak. No. Because I'm bringing that prayer. That's why. Territory. Has closed. Pretty good. I feel like if I was if I were in this church. I feel like just bring de mex- only for the addiction only for about to walk out the door. He goes in the praise everyone is just going to be like. Ashtrays Braveheart out into the streets. Kill somebody. Coveted hotline number four this week bear Grylls is back in the news. He has a new show on Netflix. That will be a choose your own adventure style survival series..

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"disa" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"disa" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Disa-? America. We have a country to say. And now, here's Larry elder. Well, we just wouldn't make comment on the border security turned around to your house. You got alarm system. So you do not need a front door. The camera will tell you. He's coming in your house, your wish and this case. Some becomes into your house. They foot inside you can't make family, you don't believe. But if you force your somehow a racist for a fat person or immoral. Because you made them leave. You've told me couldn't take your stuff that you worked hard for. They deserve it. They need it. Because they don't have it. You worked hard for you may even own money on your credit cards, but they deserve it because they deserve it because they did work hard. And they don't have. Wanted. Opinion. Like to point out of the average American probably doesn't realise. Thank you. Call right now. All they're talking about. Elle decor. Boost Steve let everybody or a lot of people not everybody, but they're stealing down and different types of products. Like that right out of the line. People have been killed like there's like eighty people killed. Huge. The president is the speech every single day around seven o'clock, and he talked about that's all that they're not far from A wall. They could care less on our property. But yeah, I can't imagine, you know, we have off of orders people. Honestly think that that veteran valley just gonna stop? A border. But yeah, if you do some research. All their infrastructure and their pipeline late night. Seven one S eight triple eight nine one seven two four three Larry elder, relieffactor dot com studio, I have a really good friend named Joseph is a marine served in Desert Storm, and is now an LAPD cop you've got neck issues, and he told me about it one day. And I said what kind of pillow you sleeping on and told me I said. Let me get you a my pillow. So I hooked him up. Pillows.

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"disa" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"disa" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And I believe on the main chain, but there is all of this trading volume that goes through exchanges and coined base. We have some ability to buy and sell bitcoin and make trains actual bitcoin at a at a high rate. How are we avoiding network congestion today in the beginning of you know, when these exchanges of what people writing wallets the blockade was kind of like an open field. Like, there was just you know, they didn't have to think about that. It was a limited resource. So they program their blockchain software a very inefficient ways. So I think a lot of the reason that we've been able to like keep growing not hitting these limits as much as as much as we are that we can kind of make our systems for for going to the blockchain more efficient. So what is the state of the art today for the you know, if I buy some bitcoin on coin base, for example, how is that purchase of bitcoin? Getting written to the main chain when I buy through centralized infrastructure like coin based how is that making the main chains? Well, if you buy joint base, and you leave it in the custodial wallet, it won't go to the chain. It will just be dealt with internally by coin base. And that's basically how they've always done. It got it. And if I do choose to make a transaction directly with the bitcoin network, how expensive is the transaction fee that I'm paying well coin base has opportunity to batch transactions. So it would be less expensive. If coin based as withdrawal on your behalf because they have merged with a lot of other transactions that other people are making, but it would still have a cost everybody who in the world has to audit. This transaction at the moment like the blockchain fees are pretty low. It can cause you know as little as a penny even for a non batch action. So you know, it's not too expensive right now. But it could go it could go, although in some sense a penny for transaction fee is quite expensive. Because if I want to support. Let's say I want to support every article I ever read on the internet with a penny. Then I'm also going to have to pay a transaction fee of a penny, and that becomes preponderance the expensive shirt, I mean, if you want to scale to, you know, unlimited heights, then you kind of have to think about new systems to support that other than broadcasts to everybody and persist that data on a chain that doesn't ever go away. How important do you feel these kinds of solutions aren't like micro payments? This idea of being able to send a penny to somebody across the world. He's actually an application that matters for us to build is it really going to add that much value to the economy. I'm not too. Sure. I mean, I think it's a market question. So we kind of just have the platform for people to kind of experiment with and build applications on. And if we have this ability to go to micro payments than possibly somebody will have been something amazing. But I don't think it's like like the ability. To said, you know, the tiniest of tiny payments is blocking any amazing application today is just something that if we added as a capability people can can think of new ideas to use it for before we get into skill ability. The actual engineering of it helped me motivate disa- little bit more. What would we get out of having a more scalable bitcoin blockchain, what kinds of applications could be built? What would be exciting about that? While it depends what you mean by scale ability. So like if you mean like, the the blockade how can we extend it to support something like payments rail than using something like lightning, then there's a lot of exciting opportunities because we can start to onboard people who are using his payments, and we can add it as a platform for building like applications that pay each other or pay very rapidly even just basic scaling solutions like segue w in the capacity of the transactions that can make it over the white. There are helpful for just keeping infrastructure growing and making it so that we can smoothly transition into all.

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"disa" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"disa" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Join them we'd disa- he can smoke. It the way he wants door prepared the way you like it. Not just like here. It's baked cake somewhere. It's a little origami crane with. So so I wake up today. I you're right. I was I woke up so tired. And then my girlfriend has think you're walking through water or something. Yeah. Yeah. In my girlfriend has a pregnancy. Scare like, no, no you have a pregnant. I'm smoking Jesus Christ three already key right out. What's it called put the thing on cover up? Finn awhile. Connor. But she got nervous about the period coming late. She got nervous about the period coming before. Yeah. We're always going to be worried. What you keep? If you keep getting scared every moment, I just got leave it in. As getting ridiculous. Everyone's on board with that. Obviously. That solves the problem. Hey bitch. I'm gonna leave it in the I'm gonna give you something to cry. Keep growing. Nayyar yar. Happy my life. Just changed. Yes on we prove a point. I'm trying to million dollars to win an argument. Of course in my life. Just leave it in Keith Malley way. What can add pregnancy scares, and and pregnancies, but but sometimes it's really scary for a reason. But when you were dating Hennessy in. And he sees not giving you sperm but track you had a pregnancy. I was pregnant all the time took me like three years to be like, I don't think I'm pregnant with this, dude. So I came back to college from break once a master, and I had hooked up with my buddies friend, Julie before break and bring my stuff into the house making trips from the car, and I'm like yada, yada, yada. Something about dodging a bullet. And my buddy goes who's friends with the girl goes, oh, speaking of dodging, the bullet, not never mind. I'll let you go. Get your mattress before..

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Jamesone Podcast

Jamesone Podcast

01:48 min | 2 years ago

Jamesone Podcast

"Friend. Family co workers. Neighbors strangers true loneliness disconnect. True loneliness is being locked and proved bubble without the distinct possibility of being seen or heard many wish for relationship or recognition, but miniatures hope to find one connection imperative loneliness. There's a sense of hopelessness, even if the connection is made unfortunate circumstances for seperation of that one connection. This brings forth unfortunate cynicism and bitterness momentum alone forever. I've tried many times and failed at connecting. What am I doing wrong? Am I that bad of a person that deserved as isolation? Our pride distorts disa-. Verity of loneliness. Loneliness in many ways can be subjective. One person could have one hundred friends and still feel severe loneliness. While another person can have two friends, joy, beyond belief. We really appreciating the few connections. We have. Does our prior and make us devalue the connections. We need in overrate the connections. We wish we had. We have the ability to forge relationships in many ways, but we must understand the importance of humility our connections. I feel only many times, but I must admit neglected connections. I have that doesn't feed my selfish, ego, and bravado. Maybe we never lonely as hard as human beings to treasure inconspicuous relationship truly give us the most benefit.

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"disa" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"disa" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Never knew. Brings for bringing more, but you pay. Mutations. Congratulations. Oregan measure for forest Catholic, disa- calculated promises. Conversation. Give me crazy. Are you? Give you find out. I want to. On winning. No. For me. Me..

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"disa" Discussed on The Persistence Factor

The Persistence Factor

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"disa" Discussed on The Persistence Factor

"Your work time so that you can concentrate on what counts at night, which is your family, your friends, your health, your hobbies, it's what you're doing all of this or and so that is how structure equals freedom. Lovett Craig. Fantastic. Well said, you'll spoke. About money. And I think a lot of people have a disa- motion charge when it comes to money. So from from an entrepreneurial standpoint, how does one go about. I don't wanna say Gabon earning more income, earning more money because people have emotional charge about money. So how would you sort of come into play here from a coach standpoint and help people improve their bottom line if you will? Yeah, it's really great question. And I, I've been doing a lot of coaching today and this this issue is come up with so many people, and you know, just because you open a business, doesn't mean that you're gonna get money. You have to be adding a massive amount of value. You have to be addressing. The customer's wants much more than their, you know what you think you should be giving them. So a lot of people are out there with these really soft promises in their business like, oh, you know, will will help you a lot of these soul center. I'm all these female entrepreneur coaches are promising, you know, best life in all this stuff, but the entrepreneur doesn't want that. The entrepreneur has a bleeding neck problem that I don't have any clients. I don't have any money. I can't worry about my best life right now. I have to take care of my family, and so you have to come along as an entrepreneur as a coach or whatever it is and deliver. A hard piece of advice is really only three areas in life that you can actually start out selling in one is how to help people lose weight, which is essentially anything health related to its outta get more sex, which is anything relationship related or anything even in the eagle world. I mean, selling cars is, is you know getting more sex because it's all about ego and power and reputation, and that sort of stuff people buy based on that. And then the third thing after you know health sex is how to make more money, you know. So how can you teach somebody to make more money? So those are hard pieces of advice in you have to deliver value around one of those things when you're just starting your business. So.

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"disa" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"disa" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"A great day for, I think Ricky Slade cough, the ball up yet, but outside of some sloppiness early for Penn State, and this is to be expected with how many changes on offense there are with this team. They start slow last week against app state. They starts little bit slow in the weather this week against Pitt. But Caja hamblur is looking like a pretty significant purpose weapon. He scores what on the ground and through the air, like jet, sweep, touchdown, and a receiving touchdown. So Penn State rounding into form, perhaps not with the ceiling that they had last year as they were immediately striking teams and Lang ways to them. But that's okay because when you beat a team by forty five, and as you put it going in. Tearing pit limb from limb. That's right. Which which did upset some people to your credit. You also picked Penn State to idea? I did. Yes. I don't know if either of us thought it was gonna be forty, five points not with the fleshy drama that you laid out. No, exactly. People were spooked by what they saw from Penn State in week, one against apps date, but, oh, by the way, apps state destroyed Charlotte in their game, and Zach, Thomas or quarterback when fourteen of fourteen for two ninety five and three touchdowns and a rushing touchdown on their way to victory. So this is a pretty good app state team that Penn State beaten week. One. Granted, they have some rough edges still need the sand off, but they looked good in week two here again, fifty one to six. Was your final over pit. Colorado thirty three Nebraska, twenty eight. This might have been the best pure TV show. Oh yeah. On Saturday it was their thirst disa- Clemson AM. Yeah, it was their first meeting since two thousand ten. The last year of the big twelve Colorado scores a touchdown with one minute and twenty four seconds left in the third quarter to make it twenty eight to twenty seven Nebraska. The ensuing drives went as follows. Dan missed field goal for Nebraska missed field goal for Colorado turnover on downs for Nebraska turnover on downs for Colorado interception for Nebraska missed field goal for Colorado, Nebraska, punt Colorado touchdown of turnover on downs to end. The football game, it went back and forth in that final sixteen minutes in such a manner that you. Wondered whether either team wanted to win the football game. A lot went wrong in that final stretch of the game. We saw Adrian Martinez go down after throwing a backbreaking interception. This game had a little bit of everything. What I would say is that Colorado, yes, does look better than I thought. And in particular, Stevie Montas and the Chenault has a nice big bandy feel to it. If we say to them. Montas had a monster game three fifty one. Three touchdowns will viscous Chenault who clearly we're going to talk about at the end when we do our big group of dude alerts, ten receptions, a hundred seventy seven yards and a touchdown, as well as two carries for five yards and a touchdown on the ground. Colorado may just be better than we thought then I think that's for sure a reality that Colorado is better than we thought we were pretty low and pretty down on Colorado. I mean, to start at the top of things, Nebraska came out and looked despite Adrian Martinez looking surprisingly comfortable as rhythm, throw or as a runner. He gets in the end zone on the long run too. Early turnovers were the slop was real for Nebraska's offense, which is again to be expected new coach, new system, whatever Colorado did a great job taking advantage and looked a lot more organized on offense, especially through the past game between Montas and Levy Scottish in alz them. I think we could've antiquated going into the season based on what the offense look like at times last year. But yes, the game was super back and forth in the second half some ugliness, some bad kicking just like Scott frost hat just a little bit off a little bit off. Yes, the little bit to the side and the game a little bit you. Yeah. Yeah, Colorado. But through the air allots Montas that's very nice throws not always going down field the ton. But when he did, you know, he found the right dude. I think Lewis cash melt had a touchdown, blinding up in a wildcat direct, snap kind of thing. And I just the Nebraska. Fourth quarter was surprisingly, they bring in Andrew bunch..

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"disa" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"disa" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"We'll be replayed in. They are to this segment by some vast atmosphere at the finish earlier on some fast fans cheering for their their local hero Miquel Landa, who has a disa- pointing turn the end. Probably one they don't be before that we heard from Don Martin, you spoke to finish fronts. One, he somebody who doesn't finish his high up as me Collado role, but I think can reflect seems to be reflecting on a on a good tour. Yeah, absolutely. He said the the effects of his crash relentless chances for the same time as you as you heard, he just discovered he had won the super combative. Wall, which is an any sun. Very moved about that. Then there was that there was a day of surprises and good surprise on the on. The finish on for many writers. Darren, Thomas was suppressive on his wife was waiting for him. So it was very emotional unit getting get together with an Martin discovers he was the water Despres which is not a big distinctive jersey or whatever, but he was attacking everyday was, was there everyday? And as you heard also paid homage to guarantee Mus you know, because he's known in forever. I mean they were trained together. They could kind of similar career, so so in many ways, probably it, it makes them out in hope that you know in the same kind of of Pathan pattern might lead into to hire. Thanks. There were other surprises, as we know for some will I voted loss the that's the stage only to find out later that he would want it and there and there were there was almost while the final bat supplies for Chris room. You know. For whom everything went well, not so well in the studio fronts. When we might have thought it won the the surgeon and finally find it for one second lost. Yeah. Well, deserved for Dan, Marta thing, and it means he'll stand on the podium in Paris and it seems a good life Don. Martin, he's got twins on the way and you know he's got married quite recently, and you know, seems to find good balances. We should explain where we are because we've moved on. We're in Pierrette sny on a terrace side, a restaurant. Overlooking the sea fishes, a traditional can rain again. With.

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"disa" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"disa" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"But they they use that word adamant five times in kind of a prophetic words to me and at the time i didn't even thought adamant stubborn and unyielding what exactly are they calling me what what are they suggesting that i need to be so time has that was in two thousand and five two thousand sixteen i found myself in all these conferences diamonds here diamonds diamonds everywhere and i was like okay their sex trafficking there's refugees there's gender side going on and the american women are twirling around in t shirts calling themselves diamond and i was really annoying back in my hotel room are got i've got a minister and i need to have the right attitude and he said back to me used to love it when i called you my diamond and i was like wait a minute i called home i was like hey got one of my four sons go on top plant on top of my desk pull out this black blocks there's like this shiny paper prophetic poem thing did you read it to me then he screamed at all the set night i saw this word and then i began like a rabbit hole all of a sudden i started going down i said wait a minute adamant adamant was i a noun before it was ever an adjective adverb men invincible the greeks had this idea of mineral are a stone that'd be impervious to heat that it would be magnetic would drop not be drawn that it could gather light race and redirected that it would be woven so tightly that every lesser stone or metal would fragment underneath and they called it adamant i think they were looking for something they had yet to see i think that god leaves each of us were desperate longing for something disa missed.

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"disa" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"disa" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"With charting sure so i guess we can talk a little bit about disa curate considerations that happen here probably also you know the standard concerns about wealth distribution and kind of inequality that could occur based on the proof of stake system so you know as i mentioned before why charting is better than kind of steak system is because you mentioned that we have these people that are going to be voting on what's happening across the shark chains so we refer to these people as notaries so these people are going to be selected by smart contract they're going to have to stake ether upfront to be able to participate in this kind of game and they're going to be the ones in charge of actually checking that you know that the data that new data is available that things happen on certain shards and kind of vote on making things canonical and finalizing blocks so the idea here is that you know you have the standard concern is that you know you're making you making the rich richer you're gonna have these notaries have a lot of control and it's it's you know how can you prevent something called validates dilemma by which certain notaries try to be lazy and try to piggyback the work of other not so you whenever you have these sort of improta call finalized voting systems there's a lot of risk that is involved especially in the way you you randomly select these people so we we wouldn't want these people voting on chartres chains to know exactly what shar they're going to be participating in or what time they're going to be voting on because at that point you're able to do some interesting things to game the system like if i knew that i'm going to be a notary selected on shark five and like twenty blocks for example you know that you can run into some very very risky cartel like scenarios so it's about figuring out what's the really good source of randomness how can we design this you know what are.

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"disa" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"disa" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"With charting sure so i guess we can talk a little bit about disa curate considerations that happen here probably also you know the standard concerns about wealth distribution and kind of inequality that could occur based on the proof of stake system so you know as i mentioned before why charting is better than kind of steak system is because you mentioned that we have these people that are going to be voting on what's happening across the shark chains so we refer to these people as notaries so these people are going to be selected by smart contract they're going to have to stake ether upfront to be able to participate in this kind of game and they're going to be the ones in charge of actually checking that you know that the data that new data is available that things happen on certain shards and kind of vote on making things canonical and finalizing blocks so the idea here is that you know you have the standard concern is that you know you're making you making the rich richer you're gonna have these notaries have a lot of control and it's it's you know how can you prevent something called validates dilemma by which certain notaries try to be lazy and try to piggyback the work of other not so you whenever you have these sort of improta call finalized voting systems there's a lot of risk that is involved especially in the way you you randomly select these people so we we wouldn't want these people voting on chartres chains to know exactly what shar they're going to be participating in or what time they're going to be voting on because at that point you're able to do some interesting things to game the system like if i knew that i'm going to be a notary selected on shark five and like twenty blocks for example you know that you can run into some very very risky cartel like scenarios so it's about figuring out what's the really good source of randomness how can we design this you know what are.

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