35 Burst results for "eleven years"

Nonprofit newsrooms turn rivalry into revenue stream

It's All Journalism

02:08 min | Last week

Nonprofit newsrooms turn rivalry into revenue stream

"Chrissy back is the managing editor of the chronicle at duke university and erica. Peril is the general manager at the daily tar heel at the university of north carolina. They're newsrooms teamed up to create the rivalry challenge around the annual duke. Unc basketball game. They were able to turn it into a revenue maker for both nonprofit newsrooms. They wrote about it for api's better news initiative and they're here today to talk about it krissy and erica. Welcome to better. News aims for happiness. We're excited to be here. Thank you so first of all. Tell me a little bit about yourselves. How did you get interested in journalism. And and how you ended up at your current roles into respective colleges chrissy. Why don't you go first. Well i actually started the daily turkey alami. Unc grad and. I worked on the job as the student. And actually erica was the student editor when i came back to be the director so i've always been on the business side and i love my experience in college so much that i took my j. school degree and i stayed in college media so eleven years at the daily tar heel a few other things in between. But i've been here duke at the chronicle for twelve years. Now how about you orca. Well as chrissy said. I was a student editor at the daily tar heel. During my undergraduate days it was a transformative experience for me in terms of journalism. In that kind of being my calling. I spent about ten years as a reporter mostly at the charlotte observer covering local news and then came back about ten years later to the daily tar heel as the newsroom adviser much like christie was saying i really wanted to give more students kind of the experience and the opportunities that i had a student. And that's what appealed to me about becoming a professional staff member in college media. I spent nine years as the newsroom adviser. Mostly focusing on newsroom. The last three and a half years. I've been the general manager which is a a more comprehensive role that oversees the nonprofit that publishes the daily tar heel.

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New York Yankees miss chances, fall to Jays in opener

Get Up!

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

New York Yankees miss chances, fall to Jays in opener

"Let me take you to another one yesterday yankees and bluejays on a chilly day. The opener a yankee stadium. And here's the highlights from this one. Bottom of two one. On for gary sanchez and gary. Sanchez has left the ballpark sanchez. The first yankee catcher to homer on opening day in eleven years jens have a two one league garrett cole now doing the pitching and not well oscar hernandez oh no doubt about that drills one the left in the six that ties the game two and garett cold not pleased bottom nine. Same score winning. Run it second. Aaron judge of the plate. Can he be the hero on opening day. That's the question. The answer is no judge. One for five struck out twice. We're going to extras top of the ten runners. At second randall. Grischuk pool rightfielder. Aaron judge can't get it no. We can't sixty five percent was the hit probability on this. It's an rbi double. The run comes around to score and that would be the difference. Blue jays win it three two in extras on opening day. And so back to you jessica mendoza. What's your number one takeaway from the ball game yesterday in the bronx gary sanchez. I mean you've got to remember a lot of people. Were watching last year gary sanchez. You didn't think he was eating a start or be in this lineup for the yankees. Because how bad help awesome. He was offensively last year. Being one forty seven six four strikeouts tech eight teen walks. His biggest thing coming in was to be able to sit back behind the baseball. That home run. You could use feel the pressure. Come off of him. Why because there's so many other guys in this lineup. That when they struggle. It's up to gary sanchez. And he's the difference maker to me because you know when it comes down to aaron judge who also struggled with this game carlos stanton both of those guys are prone to injuries. They're not going to be in this lineup throughout the entire season and to the big piece. That's missing because by the way it is world series or bust for the yankees team. Gary sanchez has to step up. I know it's only one game but that run was huge

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Francisco Lindor Truly Commits to the New York Mets

Mason & Ireland

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Francisco Lindor Truly Commits to the New York Mets

"Lindores signed an eleven year. Three hundred forty one million dollar contract with the new york mets. After this season there is a monumental class of shortstops available in free agency including cory seager trevor story hobby bias and carlos. Correa what do you think of this deal for. Francisco lynn door. Is it too much. And what's the effect of all those shortstops being free agents. After the season. I think the effect is had door turned the deal down. They just would have gone out and got another one of those guys. I'm surprised they gave him that much. To be honest. i don't last year. He didn't have a great season. Never got on track. Yeah it's a long commitment. I think it takes them to his age. Thirty seven season up to me personally. It was too long especially considering all those names you mentioned and those guys were all going to be available. Why give three hundred and fifty million dollars to francisco lindor. I thought it was overpaid.

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Interview with Joost de Valk, Founder of Yoast SEO

SEO 101

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Interview with Joost de Valk, Founder of Yoast SEO

"This is ross. Done ceo of step forth web marketing and today of a special episode for you. We are interviewing us. I did it. how did i do that. I know you're anyway. Joost davakis the founder and chief product officer of yosi. I'm reading that's my problem He's a digital marketer developer and open source fanatic and two dozen ten. He founded joost which nowadays employs more than two hundred one hundred and forty people. Its flagship software. Joost seo is available on multiple open source platforms and active on more than eleven. Million websites factor. Twelve the other day is that. We've we've just crossed twelve. Yeah well welcome. Thanks for being on the show. Thank you it's been a while it turns out that we're both getting old and we don't remember when we did the last show together. The show's been doing eleven years. So it's it's it's just. I still can't believe that but then again you're you're running your business for eleven years right Yeah and i think that the last time i was on i was still doing. Irregular podcast myself than the work press. Podcast which is gone through a couple of hosts in this now is still being done on on w. w. dot. Fm right and i now recently started my own podcast today again. So it is yeah. We've come full circle. It seems what do you do on your podcast. what's it called. it's called diaz. Seo podcast because why not. And i just bring on a good friend. It's it does sound a lot like seo one on one at it. I bring on friends and colleagues from the industry and chat about on a lot of different things slightly wider justice. Yo to be honest so Recently had Burnoff you're talking about lincoln and the lincoln

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Zero Trust: Fast Forward from 2010 to 2021

Cloud Security Podcast by Google

02:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Zero Trust: Fast Forward from 2010 to 2021

"Our guest today and greece pay attention. This is important is junkin the rug at onto it formerly at forrester fame and palo alto networks who was the first to define the concept of zero trust in two thousand ten. Think about it. Two thousand ten eleven years ago paper so we have a few questions mostly focuses their trust. And of course it's past and the future so let's start from a somewhat painful but necessary question. Let's defines zero. Trust perhaps contrast how you define it then and how you think about it today. So zero hasn't changed right. It was still a fight against the old trust model. Where we had trusted parts of the network and untrusted parts of the network as we would see implemented in say an old cisco pix and so you had to define policy based upon a trust level so the internal interface of a picks was trust level. One hundred the highest level and the external interface was trust level zero the lowest trust levels. So you could go from a high too low trust level without any policy and i thought having that variable is painful and it means that. There's no album rules and it's highly insecure and we allow people to have access because of this trust model and so trust is just a human emotion that we've injected into digital systems for no reason at all and people confuse all the time human trust digital trust. I mean going back to nineteen eighty-four can thompson who we all know is the co creator of unix in his turing award speech. That year talked about the problem trusting. Trust so trust is something that shouldn't be in digital systems and that was the main thesis of the report and then it led to. How do you build systems like that. But mostly it was about thinking that this concept of trust actually incentivized bad behavior because all data breaches and almost all negative security events. That have ever happened. The root cause is the trust model. You'd think it was a spam email but it exploited the trust me think it was ransomware it exploited the trust model snowden and manning were insider attacks who exploited the trust model. So that was my fight. And then it's led to a lot more stuff.

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Kate Quinn from US Bank Answers  Questions On Careers, Motherhood

RISE Podcast

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Kate Quinn from US Bank Answers Questions On Careers, Motherhood

"Capers hall. Thank you so much for taking the time to sit with me and answer these. Marc pleasure before we jump in love if you don't mind giving listeners a little bit of a background in your career because i think it's so interesting so poignant for the conversation that we're gonna have sure you know somebody once said to me that a career is a marathon not a sprint and i would say that is definitely been the case for me. I started actually in california in hollywood. I've worked in writing. I've worked in film editing. Believe it or not. And i am now a banker so you can figure out how i wanted to point day. You're better than i. But i just kinda followed the road and kept taking opportunities now. I i run most corporate functions strategy digital transformation at us. Bank having a great time. And i feel like. I wanna make sure mentioned too that you have navigated this career while raising children is that right is right yes i have. I have three boys. I have a twenty two year old son. I have a seventeen year old son. And i have an eleven year old son and i'm way too old to have an eleven year old but i have one okay. We'll let let's jump into these questions. We put a prompt up on instagram. And this was questions that we got directly from the community that i'd love to dig into with you and get your perspective on. Let's start with leadership so one of the questions that we got said. I never really considered myself a leader. How do you know if you are one. What do you think about that. Well that's a great question. I've never really thought about that. I i suppose the most literal if people follow you than your leader. Even if you're a mom and your kids are following you and you're doing what you say. Your leader i think if your friends are asking you for advice your leader. I think everybody. has elements of leadership within now.

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Flooding (MM #3659)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Flooding (MM #3659)

"The with kevin mason have been ringing. Got over the last few days has nashville's made the national news. Once again for flooding. It was almost eleven years ago when we had our big one the hundred year flood or the thousand year flood or whatever. You wanna call it. The one where we got thirteen inches of rain in forty eight hours and national was pretty well destroyed. Shut down a shopping mall near my house and while the neighborhood i now live in which he didn't live in then was partially underwater. This wasn't as bad. It's only the second worst rainfall in national history with something like seven inches in forty eight hours but more importantly four people are dead. One hundred and thirty people had to be rescued. And you'd think by now we'd have something figured out but we don't at something weird about flooding. you figure. I lived in virginia beach off and on for a decade and we never had the flooding problems. We have here. We were buying ocean. It doesn't make any sense. I realize it's the rain. It's the valley we live in. It's kind of sad when people have to check into find out if we're still here nationals the it city and when you decide to move here you may need to bring along some light. Preserves and canoe paddles just saying.

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Flooding (MM #3659)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Flooding (MM #3659)

"The with kevin mason have been ringing. Got over the last few days has nashville's made the national news. Once again for flooding. It was almost eleven years ago when we had our big one the hundred year flood or the thousand year flood or whatever. You wanna call it. The one where we got thirteen inches of rain in forty eight hours and national was pretty well destroyed. Shut down a shopping mall near my house and while the neighborhood i now live in which he didn't live in then was partially underwater. This wasn't as bad. It's only the second worst rainfall in national history with something like seven inches in forty eight hours but more importantly four people are dead. One hundred and thirty people had to be rescued. And you'd think by now we'd have something figured out but we don't at something weird about flooding. you figure. I lived in virginia beach off and on for a decade and we never had the flooding problems. We have here. We were buying ocean. It doesn't make any sense. I realize it's the rain. It's the valley we live in. It's kind of sad when people have to check into find out if we're still here nationals the it city and when you decide to move here you may need to bring along some light. Preserves and canoe paddles just saying.

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Pfizer Begins Testing Its Vaccine in Young Children

NBC Nightly News

01:33 min | 3 weeks ago

Pfizer Begins Testing Its Vaccine in Young Children

"Pfizer announcing today. It has begun trials and even younger kids starting with five to eleven year olds and later expanding the infants as young as six months. I spoke about it with pediatrician. Dr bill gruber who oversees. The company's clinical trials for children. We've started to vaccinate in a phase. One trial children five to eleven years of age and we plan to move down aggressively to children as young as six months of age. Pfizer says they will test kids in three age groups in the us and europe. Are these children getting the same vaccine. That's currently being administered to adults. Yeah so it's the same vaccine but we take very deliberate and careful approach to assure ourselves of the safety and how well vaccine can be tolerated young children so we moved down into the five to eleven year olds. We'll start with a somewhat lower dose and then we will move forward to mid size goes and then to an adult dose. What's the earliest we could see. Vaccines being authorized for use in children. Our goal is to get this information submitted to the fda as soon as possible if all goes as planned back seen for twelve to fifteen year old. Who'd be ready as soon as the start of the school year. Can we reach herd immunity. If we don't get kids vaccinated. I think adding the school age population based on recommendations from the fda and the cdc could go a long way in helping us reach her protection.

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George Segal, Veteran of Drama and TV Comedy, Is Dead at 87

NPR News Now

00:50 sec | Last month

George Segal, Veteran of Drama and TV Comedy, Is Dead at 87

"Actor george seagal has died at eighty seven after complications from heart surgery his career spans six decades from the longest day to the goldbergs. Purist bob mondello has this remembrance. He was an idealistic painter. In ship of fools scheming prisoner of war in king rat a biology professor savaged in the domestic brawl. That was who's afraid of virginia woolf but it was his lightness in comedy that endeared george segal to audiences whether trying to scare his domineering mother to death in. Where's papa or starting an affair with glenda jackson in a touch of class about your wife. We've been married for eleven years and not once in all that time. Have i ever been unfaithful to her in the same city. She now down. In more recent decades seagal had settled comfortably into tv stardom as magazine editor. Jack gallo in just shoot me. And for the last eight years as pops in the

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Google & Privacy

Cricket's Campfire

05:34 min | Last month

Google & Privacy

"I want to talk about something. That's been concerning me for while google and online privacy. We've touched on this topic before but recently it's reared its ugly head again. It's come to light. The google who we already know collects an obscene amount of information is taking even more than we thought through their web browser. Google chrome on. Iowa's apple's recently made privacy labels mandatory forcing companies on apple devices to display. What information they collect from their users. Let me tell you. It's a lots between the most common web browsers chrome safari edge and fire fox by far chrome takes in the most information by far browsing history. Financial data location. History information about your phone. Your unique advertising. I d. that's the one to keep in mind advertising. That's what a lot of this comes down to. Why taken so much information. So they know what they can advertise to you. Google's ad revenue from twenty twenty was just shy of a hundred and fifty billion dollars. That's a single year. It's also about eighty percent of their hundred eighty billion dollars in total revenue all of the information they absorbed from their litany of sources helps them do a number of different things on the more useful end. They use it to customize the user experience they figure out how to improve your experience with their products connected programs make for easier use especially between different devices on a wider scale. They use it to fine-tune algorithms to be more accurate and efficient but on the other side and a bit more insidious they use it to target you with ads ads match based on everything they know about you to hopefully convince you to let go of some of your money now you may be thinking. They can't possibly know that much about me. And maybe you're right. Some people go through and on check every box. Never let google in as far as they'd like. It was only last june when google started setting those boxes to be off by default. If your account is older than that there's a good chance that all those settings protect privacy from google's specific is are still allowing them in and they'll keep that information indefinitely unless you tell them to delete it now if you have a second. Let's do a little experiment. If you have a google account head over to google clicker count in the top. Right navigate to manage your account and find add personalization if you have it set off congratulations. Google isn't collecting as much data about you. They still are but at least they're not using it to advertise to you if it's set to on however you'll see some interesting things now. This is something that i didn't even know about myself until recently my writer slash editor pointed it out to me. If you scroll down you can find all the little things that google thinks that knows about you as well as your interests. Here's a little bit about mind. Before i turned off my preferences. We'll go with the obvious ones. I according to google. I'm twenty five to thirty four years old. that's correct. I'm interested in audio equipment. Well obviously i'm interested in consumer electronics. Which i guess so I like dogs and cats now for some more obscure references. Some of those correct and some of those incorrect die-cast and toy vehicles. That was probably my children's search result. Honestly i don't remember searching for it. I may have but i don't think it was me custom and performance vehicles. That was definitely my kid. My eleven year old is super into all those sports cars and special cars out there. Fashion and style Well i mean maybe once google this i i don't remember and i don't particularly care about my fashion or style. That's why i'm on podcasts. Instead of on. tv. Here's the funniest parent not apparent right below it. I'm interested in parenting engine transmission. This is actually an impressive reference. I don't google this information often but the fact that it's recorded here is intriguing to me. Nintendo funnily enough. This seems to be a link to youtube. I don't recall googling anything directly related to nintendo. But i'm interested in it so they definitely got it right does google. Thank you like sports. You get a little button for sports. are you married. you get one for that. Have kids there it is. What is your job in. They'll make guests if the can. Are you a man or a woman. Well that they don't even have to guess. It's probably listed near account information. These are all basically you. These are just some of the things you let google. no it's not just trivia. It's identifying information. A lot of people share their name their face where they live all for convenience in exchange for knowing everything there is to know about you that they care about anyway they pick and choose the ads most likely for you to click on from a pool of the highest. Bidders was going to get you to spend money. What's going to make these advertisers. Continue to go through google and pay them another hundred and fifty billion dollars this year. Maybe that's all right with you. Some people do enjoy ads that they might want instead of the background noise of things. They're never going to buy. But i feel you should at least get to be the one who decides what information they have and are allowed to take us against you. Just remember when something is free you might not be paying with money but you are paying with something else.

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Biden, advocates renew calls for gun reform after Colorado shooting

Nightline

05:06 min | Last month

Biden, advocates renew calls for gun reform after Colorado shooting

"Good evening. Thank you for joining us tonight. The horror and folding a supermarket in boulder colorado a gun and kill ten people including one police officer now the community remembering the victims and reflecting on his dark history with mass shootings. Here's abc's will car. I just started counting in between shots and listening to see what direction was heading for. Sarah moonshadow a normal trip to the grocery with a twenty one year. Old son active. Get away turned into a terrifying day. That will haunt her forever. Once we got outside i noticed. Thorough people laying in the street and they weren't moving and my son grabbed me and said no. We can't do anything out in the open so we ran just happened here. Guys is the moment. Americans fear shooter for too many experienced. We've got people down inside. Cooper's fully tenor dead after carnage unfolded at the king's super grocery store in boulder colorado denise song. Nevin stand his sick ricky old loner for kovac. Suzanne terry leaker eric. Tally kevin mahoney lynn. Murray and jodi waters night their loved ones were united in grief just one week after another mass shooting in atlanta leaving many to wonder what will take to stop the bloodshed this tragedy and a nightmare for boulder county. It's a horrific broken as a nation to see that we've returned to ever old patterns of of mass shooting for those who were at the scene. Absolute shock smell the gun powder so they were pretty close. We were like sitting ducks instead. Shaking with this the poor shots crack through the air around two thirty monday afternoon. The alleged gunman opened fire in the parking lot. Have an asset sitter. Then he went inside right here. D- chiller came to shop for groceries and steady in film. This people lying in three guys. He went in the store all got. You got people down inside. Keep super bully. Police responded within minutes quickly surrounding the building around officer. Eric tally was the first member of law enforcement on the see out here down. Police engaged in a shootout with the suspect officer. Tally was gunned down his service and his sacrifice will never be forgotten. Sir moonshadow tells my colleague matt gutman that she hasn't been able to stop thinking about the shooting. Is the one that you can't shake my son's face. Seeing my son scared like that. I told him we only have three seconds. Like we have to move now. Just don't look anywhere. Don't hesitate don't stand up and just run. Just read about an hour up to the shooting started. Police took the suspect into custody with a gunshot wound in the leg. He was transported to the hospital for treatment now in stable condition. The suspect has been identified as ahmad elissa. Twenty-one of vodka two suspects now charged with ten counts of first degree murder is being held without bail among the lives lost the first to respond boulder police. Officer eric tally officer. Eric tally died heroically. Eleven years on the force. A husband and father of seven is grief stricken mother. Judy speaking to our affiliate. Koa t even so gay played when she heard there was a shooting in boulder. She combed through the video looking for her son for the call finally came like gave his just saved those people another victim twenty five year old ricky old a manager at the grocery store whose family described her as a firecracker signing a family says they watch the livestream in horror desperately trying to reach her. We actually heard gunshots. Were breaking down into tears and hasn't even came on a news. Feed yep denise. Another king super employees remembered by a classmate he was a free spirit and and he just did what what he loved and didn't really care what other people thought sixty one year old kevin mahoney. Who just last summer walked his daughter down the aisle on twitter. She revealed he was about to become a grandfather tweeting. I know he would want me to be strong for his granddaughter. All lives believed to be taken at the hand of one man. The alleged shooter born in syria emigrated to the us at three years. Old is now a. Us citizen and twenty seventeen. He was charged with third degree assault for intimidation and menacing related to an incident in a denver suburb and at twenty eighteen. He was charged with criminal mischief.

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Mother: White headmaster made Black son kneel during apology

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Mother: White headmaster made Black son kneel during apology

"I'm Julie Walker the White headmaster of a New York Catholic school forced an eleven year old black student to kneel while apologizing to a teacher and later explained that the punishment was the African way according to the boy's mother headmaster John Holliman of Saint Martin de pores married to school on Long Island was placed on temporary leave according to the Daily News the student's mother Tricia Paul who's Haitian American told the paper he forced her son trace on to get on his knees and apologized after a teacher reprimanded him over an assignment Paul said she asked holy and if that was standard practice and he said it was not but added he did learn the approach from a Nigerian father who said it was an African way of apologizing Paul says her eleven year old son is hurt and confused and they believe he was treated more harshly because of his race Julie Walker New York

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NFL finalizes new 11-year media rights deal, Amazon gets exclusive Thursday Night rights

Daily Tech News Show

00:29 sec | Last month

NFL finalizes new 11-year media rights deal, Amazon gets exclusive Thursday Night rights

"National football league finalized. Its eleven year media rights agreement adding prime amazon prime video as an exclusive partner. Nfl said in its own release about the issue that it will continue to be the only sports league to deliver all of its contests regular season and postseason on over the air television implying there will be local broadcasts of some of these streaming exclusive games so thursday night football if your local teams playing might be on the air in your market but otherwise na- nationwide. You're going to have to get prime video app somehow.

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University of Houston Cougars Earn No. 2 Seed

Houston Matters

00:21 sec | Last month

University of Houston Cougars Earn No. 2 Seed

"University of houston cougars will take teams first conference tournament championship and eleven years into the ncaa. Men's basketball tournament. The cougs easily defeated cincinnati. Ninety one to fifty four sunday to take the american athletic conference championship then later sunday learned. They earned a number two seed in the ncaa attorney which begins later this

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In community and out of prisons

Women on the Line

04:38 min | Last month

In community and out of prisons

"In any given year hundreds of kids language behind bars in australia. The minimum age of criminal responsibility is ten in other words of both graded can be arrested and brought before corp camera is the only jurisdiction has taken steps theresa age this week on women on the line raise the age campaigner and solicitor. sophie Explains why locking up. Kids is not only traumatic for the child but exposes them to further And in the second half of the show to win times marissa's Chats bronwyn carlson a professor of indigenous studies at macquarie university. We want to thank maria for giving us permission to play his special international woman's day coverage but first up. Let's look at the campaign to raise their age. Welcome to woman on the line sophie. Thank you very hurt before we look at raise the age campaign. I thought it'd be important to discuss some of the issues that kind of a span the campaign. so let's stop from the top. What factors lead to youth offending proably aware but in australia children as ten year old can be arrested by police and putting the present. So we're talking about extremely young children when we talk about these ideas offending offending anything Maybe an out of home care who Throws them dinner across the room because they get frustrated right through to the things that we might move typically think about like lifting or Some sort of property graffiti something like that. So there's a whole Spectrum of how young people might get caught up in the criminal justice system aboriginal and torres to own the kids of on will likely to be picked up by police arrested put in prison cells than non indigenous kids and the reason that this is a combination of voice over policing so these kids just thing more visible to police and police targeting these these children more often and policies which make lot hotter for these keys high level of poverty and more insecure in unaffordable housing. Things like that got you. And so what happens when children do come into contact with the criminal justice system i had is there. Life generally pan out so again it really depends on who the child is So as i said keep the jiang. ten can come into contact with criminal justice system for that means they might be arrested by police. Taken to a police lockup cell or the night with they might be held that we brought before court and it will be decided what happens to that child Kids that i worked with minimum territory. you know often within sent to sent to juvenile justice detention centers so effectively presents You know where they can be held. If any length of time ed alternative of course his kids particularly to on average charge two kids who come from more privileged background. They might get diverted by police. They might be given a warning that might be taken hunch their parents so a lot hangs on how the police interact with the children. Right the reason. I ask that question was to sort of look at what happens. Like how does prison exists the issue so these kids are going in for minor problems but what does the criminal justice system due to them. Yeah so you almost nothing. Good comes out of the criminal justice system. All the medical evidence tells us that The younger child comes into contact with the criminal justice system. The more likely that they will stay engaged. So that means you know you pay if a kid is eleven years old when they first have contact with police them much more likely to later in life including when adult continue to have that that contact with the criminal justice system and there were lots of reasons to this. But they're all pretty simple when you when you take a kid a child away from their family away from schooling away from all those social structures and support if extremely traumatic for the child. A young person's brain is developing until the about twenty five itchy tilles very young so it disrupts the way brain can can form mature and clerk even basic things like egypt taken out of the formal education system. Says six months very hard for you to reengage with that when you get back. It's very hot. Eatery engage with your friends and your family and third. These kids have a lot of difficulty issuing than normal lives in the community officer being disrupted and very traumatic way by putting these children tension sensitive

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Kotlin Multiplatform with John OReilly

Talking Kotlin

09:04 min | Last month

Kotlin Multiplatform with John OReilly

"Regarding a desktop and service. what did you start in. Like what technologies were using so simpson so as deputy so. I wanna finish college in one thousand. Nine hundred started with sort fulltime masters speech recognition. You're using your wall things back then. That was sort of. You can do that about sums watching the cotton. Dl talk yesterday. Where a couple of lines of code can do that. But this writing everything from scratch in c in terms of audio processing fifties and and i've been never confronted themselves and there was there was a need for something. Kinda graphical and i don development for awhile and answer. Windows three came out. I think you're on june nineteen ninety and i So cool your concern dusen. Windows graphical is from speech patterns. And mike you're next so forth down again more chance occurrences a low company was starting to do windows and said hey you know obviously not too many people doing that stage said hey. Join to join to join us so i saw that again. That's what started the decade of doing windows see transitioning cpas plus windows. St kfc com hiram. It's funny because obviously was been toying with a proposed for desktop right now sort of i don't know what you call it control back. Go throwbacks ecstasy. That's what's what's old is new again. So when when did you. When did you actually start with With developing kotlin than so. I'm trying to was the announcement. Okay oh in about five years ago now. Is it a country member. anyway there was a natural icon. I you know to be honest. I hadn't i know a lot of people being aware columnist stage. And we're very excited about it. I i was a little bit in the dark. It wasn't something new to me. I haven't even wear and to another coin spos- as in most companies. We probably weren't in a position to start using cotton straight away. You know And i have had. And i have an obligation to restore cocoa puffs. It's actually it's an aug project hasn't up hope people's find somewhat useful. That actually does but for me. Personally i use it i e kind of overloaded somewhat in terms of as a pop from try technology so when the under doctors coronas came up first of all Used to try goes out. And then went. Kalkin emerged start reggie microsoft katainen and similarly montecot from down the road and And then you know as is frequently. The case trying that out. There then became a platform. Say okay now in the workplace okay. This looks interesting. Let's start to use his here and then shortly after that. Then maybe down. The road asked announced. Maybe we start to use it working and we start to use a gradually in africa project and we ended up doing a for various reasons. We did a company rewrite of our project and we started from the ground up dan with cartoon or katelyn underdog extra bonus cortines and so forth. So so is this your first multiplatform project or not so does sage. i wasn't using work. Under gorbachev sort of had supposed to give you know a little bit more brought on their. You know like this. Be working on mobile for eleven years now and i guess over time like many of us you know we would have source accession cross platform. I guess there's always sort of cross pot from monty python but cross platforms kind of sounders. Right once so reproaches. The dab senator in reactnative approaches. And you know over the course of various projects in the previous companies in new product. Monday or somebody coming in that. Have read some headline. This allows you to do everything in one place all your code face. We don't need to have all these separate irish and each time you took sort of had to move. That weren't approved was an us. Disapprove that dickey. We're gonna do competitions. And we had to prove that this wasn't suitable for the type about. We were developing this platform. it's christians. We needed an end user experience. We need But i'm saying that is supposed as a segue to you know I guess what come interesting monte platform. Because when i when cosimo mantra was aware of it i think we're not to those nineteen towards the end of that. It's sort of immediately struck me as okay. This is a pragmatic saint approach finally to the sharing of code across multiple platforms mobile. I've been involved by the way sort of number of initiatives over the years for free. Willion superstars shared code into office. Which is at least somewhat more sane approach but. I don't know if you guys have worked with john. I had to work jay. You know unfortunately goldstone feel like. That's one of those topics that if you can you usually avoid it. I guess yeah if you can avoid using it as well as we various we had to use it in their practical use. And it's one thing using stateless knight ridder touch it can function as in which you maybe media engine i. I just wanted to say on the topic of jane. I think this is. This is going to become a bit more interesting again now. Also with With all the topics around compulsive for desktop because of a bunch of lake system integrations. I dunno things like global hot keys or stuff the. jvm just doesn't really expose. so i think some some of the people at the forefront. They're wanting to write libraries. Yeah they might might have to go that route anyway. Yeah you know if if you're using it. I robot michael state library that district district functions wanting using your compete shared logic with the framework with the training involved with life cycle aspects. Dot is a different story completely debugging crush reports of So haven't gone through. That in us was having seen the sort of attempts sort of pulling in pushing us towards cross. Platform frameworks cottam. Okafor's was immediately. You know the caught cartoon. The cartoon obviously was an advantage a positive from my perspective but more generally i think it was a sane approach it was targeting shared logic target. Had kind of a mechanism in place where you could sort of. This is critical. You could incrementally adopted you know you start putting in for some small area. And i think that generally by today's still is that you start doing that in you take some particular business. Logic may be may be remote. Api endpoint access or so forth and then graduated up from there. And you know there's another kind of a discussion point around how you socialize that how you get in particular iowa's developers interested in an accepting of the but it's the topic himself but certainly certainly from that perspective. At least i think it's very important. Start small and and as the key thing about the type forums. It appealed point was that it had that capability that it it was lended itself to that sort of adoption. Yes so so just to kind of to recap your point. You feel that the that the main difference between cartland multi platform and these other cross platform. Toolkits is is what exactly that you can adopt them. Incrementally that you that you stay away from From what part would you say is kind of the most interesting here. This quite a few different aspects. I think cutting across different areas You know on one hand. I think If you've been involved in from at all you're very kevin gallagher and sort of pre advocates in and you know of this for some time and i think he did. He described it as a sort of perspective risk management as well. You know you're trying to you're trying to avoid locking out upsetting kita one key differentiator. A there's a. There's a number of them. I think but won't different areas. If you decide to use react native reuse flutter or use a variety of other coaches that have been there over. The years is a song that amount of of and and you know it's an all or nothing sort of approaching the with with commodity farm and it allows you to manage. You know you. Can you can sort of put in graduate. Start using it. Then the flip side of that is this touches on a couple of areas obviously but folks on sheriff business logic as ios an underdeveloped. I wanna use the best of breed technologies ideas get companies. That can when i on on iowa. Sony's combine that we have to frame of their likewise android. Cauchon coatings influence worth and that. That's the key difference here. You know that focus that you know it. I think touches on another area. I think we've got sort of a certain level of maturity culture monte platform where i think a good sign some regards that we've gone beyond okay. This is proof of concept What's it about renown sort of digging deeper into so architectures and different approaches. You can use. And i think this is is little bit as sort of a simplistic way sometimes mentioned quotas just because you can do something doesn't mean you should do something so i think we've be careful. You know it is. Its main sort of setting point is is as focused on shared logic. I see a lot of discussions pushing further up the stack. You know the view model and potentially you you hear in the context composed nowadays. of course. why can't we to compose. and. I think there's a danger to honest. Econ generally too much of a dangerous on too far up and then it just becomes another spot framework. I think our approach in general

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No. 17 Creighton tops UConn 59-56 to reach Big East finals

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No. 17 Creighton tops UConn 59-56 to reach Big East finals

"In the first game Jamarco Pickett scored nineteen points in the hallways reached its first conference title game eleven years with the sixty six fifty eight victory over Seton hall Donte Harris added fifteen points for coach Patrick Ewing's team which entered the tournament with a ninety twelve record when the preseason I can say my dad does my **** they had as well as of now we we're playing in the championship game tomorrow so you know it's not about what other people think of you is what do you think of yourselves in the night cap market cigarettes he made two big baskets and a nine point run late in the second half as the seventeenth ranked Bluejays down UConn fifty nine fifty six Zakaria ask yet thirteen points for Creighton which trailed fifty three forty eight with five forty four left I'm Dave Ferrie

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"eleven years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"eleven years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To live a more was eleven years old when the family received permanent she said the first month she was so scared someone from the shelter system with common seven actually made a mistake Julia worked with monster rector Jody Powell to craft her story Jody sat down which led to discuss what it felt like to walk into her very own apartment for the first time you know I I am curious about like the first moment she opened the halls and recognize that all right those are my neighbors should be the front of the building that I enter yes this is all what was that feeling I only came into apartment they had we did everything cels new paint new everything and I'm just like oh my god like this is our apartment and I have my own room but I didn't sleep in my own room for like three months because we only had one mattress so me my mom and my little sister slept in one mattress in the living room you had no financial we had nothing but we were just so happy you know like to just know that we don't have to go back to the shelter anymore that we don't have to you know fight for a good placement to sleep or share a shower with multiple families the stories about the process of being homeless as a child and using your imagination to create your own save space and that's with the dolls that it was like my time to get away from knowing that I'm a kid in a shelter knowing that every day I walk I'm dragging the suitcase with me right before I go to school I have to give the suitcase back from my mom you know full of my clothes and just knowing you get out of school you have to go sit back in a shelter but knowing that you have your toys com to make you feel like just like a normal you know if you feel normal again so I definitely feel like this story made me realize I was a strong kid a very strong kid any kind of repair me for the real world for like today and definitely feel like I have a lot more stories that I can bring to life and find the deeper meanings to it cool.

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"eleven years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"eleven years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Be more empathic and good communicators and we do that really well here. but to the president of university calls me up I've been Cleveland this is eleven years ago she said I know you've got cold feet but guess what governor Spitzer's going to be very helpful so we. sell the house we're driving across route eighty over the George Washington bridge and we're spending our first night in a huge thunderstorm in the three villages in Stony Brook over the Long Island Sound and my son started getting texts from his soccer buddies in shaker heights my wife is realizing oh my god what have you done it was a tough night for me it was so bad the only thing I could say George sorry about this was Hey I'm going out to get peace. drove out five a them little Toadies pizzeria I walk in the foyer and there's two newspapers in the rack. one is the New York Post the front page governor no more and it's governor Spitzer in his socks and underwear having been caught using a nail them their money nailed if you will it having so we see events of the night and then the next thing which really blew me away there was a newspaper I've never ever heard of called three Phillips Herald is like the north coast of Long Island and there was there was only one headline on the front page and it said on limited published. in all you need is one headline we're going to come back and take final coals next never miss a detail on a show or a guest sign up for the coast so email newsletter available for free coast to coast AM dot com. as. and when it breaks I'm Michael brochure live from the KFI twenty four hour news room the LA city council has approved an ordinance allowing police to order people to leave homeless camp on high fire risk days those who fail to do so could get fined or rested almost camp with at least one hundred residents caught fire in late July in the Sapulpa basin fire in the Bel Air area in the late twenty seventeen also appear to start in a homeless camp thousands of fires burning in the Amazon rainforest are getting air support from southern California Colson aviation's Britain Colson says one of the helicopters being sent is so big it had to be taken apart to fit in a huge cargo plane for the trip I don't think there's any aircraft that's going to deliver more product to a fire whether it's you know water or fire fighting chemical in the right situation then the Boeing CH forty seven D. model calls and says the other two helicopters will take forty five hours to get from the same Regina airport to Bolivia because multiple stops for gas hurricane Dorian is killed at least twenty people in the Bahamas during his strength in its way back to a category three storm as it's heading out for the eastern coast of the U. S. emergency preparations have been underway there since that last week the acting director Peter Gaynor says help is ready to move into Georgia and the Carolinas right now about ten thousand federal and National Guard troops activated in four states swift water rescue teams are also on stand by because of concerns over extra beer flooding and storm surges more than a million people in the affected areas are under mandatory evacuation orders and tropical storm Hernandez has that made a landfall along the northeast coast of Mexico it's moving inland the national hurricane center says life threatening flash floods and mud slides are possible. check out a crash in grand terrace on the north bound for the two fifteen just before Barton road have a rep with an overturned car two right lanes blocked here you do have crews on the scene seen a slowdown as you're coming off a locket Tina Dr.

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"eleven years" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"But probably by the time, I was ten or eleven years old. I convince myself that I must be like a social experiment from another school. My. Gosh. And so I was really troubled kid. But you know, what I've discovered is. I don't know who said this. It's almost like every story is true. But the run all real. I had to create a story inside of myself just to try to survive. And he's part of it for me has been this realization that even when people search for God, they're really just trying to search for themselves. And you're saying, you know, they're trying to find who they are their life matters if they have significance if if their existence has meaning and and so I never deluded myself. I was never really trying to find some abstract reality. I was trying to make sense of me. A lot of us. Try to do that at times. Right. I think it's a search role on. Yeah. Then that became a part of the mix of it all so when I became a person faith, I didn't everybody talks about things like having and how that was so irrelevant to me why even think about anything after this life, and you can't even survive this. You know, I wasn't looking for something that helped me after I took my last breath. I was trying to figure out how to live a life. That would leave me. Breathless. Wow. So what do you think is the the reason we're all here? I know this is a school of greatness. I actually do believe that this great society of every single person. I think that every human beings created in the image of God because every human being has intrinsic value and ever created to create I read a book years ago, called artisan soul. And it's an anthropology what I arguing that book is what makes humans different every other species is we can actually materialize invisible. There's no other species that can imagine a reality designed existent create it, and we don't even realize what humans do because so orange just create salt. They don't wake up in the morning decide what they're gonna do and honeybees just create Honey it's just intrinsic to who they are. And I think that humans create futures. And that we're intrinsically created to create the good and the beautiful and the true. And it look at it. I think I think human ideals are the best evidence of this like for me, one of the best evidences of God are human ideals. Because there's non called phantom pain, where if you lose an arm, you feel the pain of the arm for years and years and years, and you have the psychological memory not of that arm. Arm is still there, but you cannot have phantom pain. If you don't lose something wasn't once there if it wasn't there. You cannot have handsome pain, and I look at the world, I think we struggle for human ideals like peace. We've never known peace human history has never known peace. But we have the ideal of peace. We have the human ideal of a world without poverty a world where no one is hungry a world where every child is loved a world without violence world without abuse. We have these ideals, but we've never known that reality. And a lot of people say I can't believe in God. And it's like this ideal. And I'm like, you believe in ideals every second of your life. And so every time you do a school of greatness, you're actually experiencing phantom pain. You're saying there's something inside. Of you that there's no physical evidence of. But I believe it's there we have to pull it out of you have to waken it. I'm convinced human ideals are our souls, phantom pain that somehow we remember what it's supposed to few like to be like to be human and humans were created for love or created for beauty created for goodness. We're created for community or creative for intimacy. Otherwise, why would we long for these things that are so difficult to attain sometimes seem almost an entertainer? Why do we suffer so much though, if love is what we want intimacy connection? Why does it seem like a lot of times people are going through so much anxiety, depression, disconnection uncertainty, lack of focus lack of mission, and they're not experiencing love on the deepest levels..

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"eleven years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"I have a couple of questions about blended retirement system. I'm in the army for eleven years. And I'm most of it has been in the reserves side. I don't I see myself going back to active duty at any point. And so I'm just I feel like this is the big decision. I don't have enough information to be able to make the best decision. So I'm just going to see if I can get your thoughts on whether or not the bundle retirements whether or not I should opt into that or stick with the legacy system. Right. Well, you're right on the bubble. The closer you are to the twenty year. Mark the more. I would say just stay in the legacy system. The newer. You are in the system. Then I would say the blended is gonna come out better for you. That's the math that I have run on the new offering because obviously the new offering is you take a reduction in the traditional twenty year military retirement in return, you get money in your four in a 4._0._1._K system. Right. Yeah. That's that's my understanding of it. And then that money is yours whether you retire when you retire with you die with you, don't when you die with your military retirement, unless you've taken joint survivor, then it dies with you. If you took joint survivor when she dies it dies with her. So either way at dies when you die but money that's in your 4._0._1._K passes to your family. And so regardless because it becomes your money anytime, you can not do a pension and move towards 4._0._1._K at almost always benefits you with you being but the military so powerful the retirement is such a good thing at the twenty year. Mark the and obviously, it's a, you know, people you can count on the government's going to pay the military retirement. Then what what you can get into their. If you're not careful. Are because it's so strong. You know, I it you're gonna wanna do that the closer you are to it with you being at the eleven year, Mark, and in and out of reserves versus active duty. I don't know what the math come out. And so what I would tell you to do is get with one of the Smartvestor pros and take every number that you have get every number gathered up, and let them help you crunch the numbers. They don't make anything on it either way. But one of them will be able to crunch it through our get with one of our financial coach is one of the two, but you're gonna have to have all the numbers, and then someone's gonna have to get a financial calculator with you and help you say, okay. This is what's going on? But keep in mind, if it comes out about even to do the 4._0._1._K blended versus the retirement legacy retirement than do the 4._0._1. because you're going to get your cause that money survives you. And so that that's the tiebreaker. And and I think you're going to be pretty close to a tie. I think you're probably going to do the blended when you run the math, but I don't know with you in and out of reserves in and out of the active duty and so forth. I don't know what your numbers are going to be. So that's what we've gotta know is what would you get at retirement at the twenty year, Mark. What would you what would you know? What would you get in? And what would you get in blended? And then also what could you put into the 4._0._1._K? What is the match, and what will it get you to there? And so you can you can stack up the money on both sides of the table and see which high that the twenty year Mark, which one's going to be the bigger stack or for that matter at the forty year, Mark, which one's going to be the bigger stack and all of that. So great question. Thank you for joining us. Open phones hair at triple eight eight to five five two two five you jump in. We'll talk about your life your money. It is a free call. This is what we do, folks. We're here to help you with your life.

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"eleven years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Personal stress? Be. Hello. Oh, man. Yeah. This is where you need to go. This needs to be you're gonna target not hanging on to a dream that died eleven years ago. Yeah. It turned into a nightmare certainly has. So all all say, all I'm doing is saying back to you. What you told me in the call? Yeah. Yeah. Now that definitely enlightens and makes my look at it and different. I ate it. And you're not a bad person. Okay. Yeah. Did the right thing. Yeah. Maybe he's got altruism. Mom is going to be a Bubby. Dang, dang. That's what you're supposed to do. Yeah. Just didn't work out the way, we kinda thought it was the only the only mistake. You may was you didn't sell the house, right then. Yeah. And our life changed. So we're gonna change we can't do this. And you didn't admit it. Instead, you went into financial denial for eleven years, and that's gonna cost you some money here. But hey, you can turn it around. Now. I'll help you. You wanna go financial peace university. Learn how starting this mess up. Yeah. I'll pay for it. I do I'll pay for it. If you wanna go through, really. Yeah. Yeah. I'd appreciate that non weeks long while you and your husband go if I give it to you for free one nine line. Yeah. Well, there's there's probably some in your area probably classes in your area. Hold on Kelly pickup. We'll get you signed up for the class. We wanna help you turn this around. But you're gonna have to your gonna dress this head on because it's killing you, it's stolen your life away. And because you hadn't because you haven't made the proper decisions you kind of financial denial thing going on a good question. And you're good mom. Thanks for calling us. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five Elena is on Facebook at daveramsey Facebook dot com slash Dave Ramsey..

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"eleven years" Discussed on Tights and Fights

Tights and Fights

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years" Discussed on Tights and Fights

"Roman reigns. Came out at the start of raw to make an announcement. Here's a click. Mario name is Joan. She's christ. That was the instant I was like with leukemia for eleven years. Quite that arena. Got. Fucking. It's back. And because the leukemia's back I cannot fulfill my role. I can't be that fighting champion, and I'm going to have to relinquish the universal championship. This is the first time Roman had come forward with his diagnosis. We knew he'd missed. How shows over the weekend people soon. It was an injury. People did not obviously know what was happening. Nobody seemed to know about it until he went out to give that speech, obviously, it's a very serious diagnosis. It's something that was in remission in the past. It's come back. That happens doesn't mean it can't go into remission again. Right. But he's got a long fight ahead of him. The first time I found out about it. Because I didn't get to see it you watch the east coast feed. Got a we collectively the types of fights family got a text from you from jewelry at Juilliard ju. I thought it was you. There was like watch this right now. I did. But it was because when it happened. I was cutting. It was kind of like, oh my God. I need to go into like funeral mode where I need a text the family type of stuff. Let's let's get the word out. So everybody can know what's going on. So I text you guys. Text my dad, and my brother Tex Lindsey and everybody kinda collectively have have cry together over the next. So Julian I'll just first of all yes, our group chat is not as late as you would think it is. Because it's all just. I would like to say a group chat is lit. But it is not. So Julian text us at Monday at five six because he's watching the east coast feed and holy shit. You guys watch the opening of raw as soon as you can not a story line them. Seriously, freaking out. And so when Papa jillions text like that I was on my way to go to a screening for some interviews. I'm going to be doing later this week. And so I was like I got some time. I went in and watch the beginning. And then I texted wait what the fuck. Okay. Watch this guys. I mean, I guess from the moment of my real name is Joe it was like what is happening and my family. I mean, I think every family deals with cancer. But like cancer is soup like it has a FANG and my family. It is something that is kind of like we just deal with it in our family, breast cancer is just a thing leukemia breast cancer to the point where like I am not forty but I have to get mammograms every year because like I have to. Yeah. And they suck. And because my family deals with breast cancer. I don't just get the mammogram. I have to do like all of the things every year this really hit me super hard. But also remembering that like, my Oman's been dealing with cancer all of her life. And she is my Omar. I'm not gonna say her age, she wouldn't murder me. But she's my own mind, she's still here. And so that gives me hope, but I don't know what just made me think a lot about the way that the. Character of Roman reigns. And all the criticisms we had it's a really good lesson. In y'all. We have no idea what's happening behind the scenes. We have no idea what's going on with people or what people know. And I I know a lot of times we like to say like, oh, they're stupid. And why are they doing this? And why the making this decision and why they making that decision. And this was a good reminder that like sometimes it's fucking business. Why certain decisions get made in this fans. And it's something that I talk about a lot. There is such thing as toxic fandom. And I'm not our fans are obviously amazing. Why we do this podcast because we are trying to get people who aren't part of the toxic parts of the WWE universe. And gathered them all as our special babies and was a little room where we can all group hug, but it's just a good reminder that we love this thing. But we do not own this thing we love wrestling. But we don't own it. And we don't understand the three sixty of decisions that are made..

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"eleven years" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years" Discussed on podnews

"In the latest poll news McGowan has unveiled US podcasting, top advertisers, four, September new to the top fifteen is Capital. One wants to build a better Bank one that feels an ex, nothing like a typical Bank and a pillow company, Rick. I was a skeptic until I tried it now. I can't sleep without it. My pillow is a must cold. Mypillow number one is still ZipRecruiter. This is the BBC. James panel, the boss of BBC. Radio among other things shares plenty of stats about BBC podcast in a blog post today. The broadcaster had sixty three million global downloads in September, probably global number two after NPR report. One hundred and forty, three million. The nominations for the UK's audio production awards have been announced podcast, says a featured across the nominations but special. Congratulations to either Chris Lucy dear love Mike Holt Neil cowling soon. Nelson and Tamsin Ken to have all been nominated. It'd for best podcast producer. They live awards. Ceremony will be on the twenty. Second of November audio burst one U2. stump their audio search engine there. Ask news, feed challenges open now, and you could win a one hundred dollars Amazon gift card for testing out their voice, search and Tampa Bay in Florida has to new podcasts studios for higher. Podcasting, tie asks, wine is hosted by an eleven year old cert maths. Genius. I'm tying this is my podcast tie asks, why tackles big ideas I climate change and love bringing his fresh honest and new perspectives to timeless topics. It's a brand new podcast from the CBC

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"eleven years" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"Number. If you would like to join in, we are joined by Maura errands. Mealy who is the author of the book hiding in the bathroom again, eight four, four, nine, four, two, seven, eight, six, six. Or if you'd like send us a comment via Twitter at his radio one eleven one thirty two or my Twitter account, which is at damn looney Twenty-one. So because of the fact that you have this glamour today, shin, how do you think that has impacted the entrepreneurship culture but also the employment market in general? Because seemingly there's an idea that that a lot of kids coming out of college coming out of business schools would rather go the entrepreneurial route. Then they would go work for a traditional company for a few years. And then maybe say, I've got this great idea. I'm going to tackle it. That's right. And you hear that from recruiters all the time. It's it's tight and you know, I think I think you just hit on something that's really important. And I always tell this to young people and they can take my advice or leave it. I, I had a small business for eleven years. I love it, but I think that there is true value in having institutional knowledge and working in a large organization. It having a boss. That we really shouldn't downplay. And so I think that whatever you do in your career, if you are dying to start a business at some point, that's wonderful, but it doesn't have to be the first thing you do and also you don't need to create a unicorn, you know, I think a lot of it also is around the idea of scale. I always say that, you know, small businesses, great. But the first word in it is small and in America we don't like small things. We don't think they're sexy. So there's this huge focus on scale which I think can also be dangerous are, are you optimistic or maybe touch pessimistic about where we are headed with preneurs ship because of this overly glamorized kind of you of of what it really is. I gotta tell you I'm a little pessimistic right now because I see a bubble in terms of in terms of venture capital funding and money going in one direction to a lot of privilege. White men, and I don't think that's great. But the other thing is that I think that we are not young people and I, I was one of these are not investing in our futures. You know, no one tells you that when you start a business, you're probably not gonna fund your retirement for at least ten years. The statistics on entrepreneurs and small business owners and retirement savings are dire to think about that if we don't take care of ourselves as leaders, no one else's..

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"eleven years" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"eleven years" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Coming out i thought it was just the value assessments that were change and it relies the percentage that they charge against your values what changes so we won't see that until later this year because it's every all the taxes are in arrears so we don't know you don't know what your taxes for this year till next year till next year later this year but you do know that the valuations change that's one component of values come in everybody's values are going up or at least for the most part i we we have a property up in sun valley and i was amazed to see it went down a little with his son sun valley that doesn't happen but so i guess i guess miracles do happen but in ada county i think have the number here it was the highest in the last eleven years countywide so that's a that's a pretty big bump this year and what the basically what happens is they have a they have a budget they've got the the different components that are getting money from the taxes you know all the way down from mosquito abatement up to schools have their budgets and that's where you're going to get the levy number out of the total assessed value of all the aggregate property so the the lettie number could go down which means your tax may not go up as much as your property value went up although historically i wouldn't say your taxes getting down that's no problem on taxes seem to always go up at least by my historical perspective well steve marsh brought up a good point which is you move more people into a town it creates more needs for city services and police fire all these then yeah so then you hear those numbers would go up to but then you're also dividing that same pie by more people so you know it it does cut in theory anyway but right it's government let's go to the phone lines teams who've napa city hall lines open a three three six thirty seven hundred pound six seven hundred verizon.

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"eleven years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"eleven years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"With retirement eleven years away i have about two hundred thousand dollars attached or my investments is this the best i can do with the amount of time i have before retirement so that is where the conversation started with pat i replied with the following questions how old are you do you have an emergency fund and do you have any debt so like we talked about earlier with interest rates debt you're borrowing this is becoming a bigger focus for me with my clients when i'm building and reviewing their financial plans because i need to make sure that there there's not any ticking time bombs within your overall wealth picture so pat came back she's fifty six has no emergency fund she has a fixed rate mortgage but no other debt but this led to another series of questions the most important of which was i needed to help her figure out a risk tolerance and that raise the question on a scale of one to ten one is superconservative tennis super aggressive where do you rank your car comfort with risk right now i.

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"eleven years" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"eleven years" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Donovan mitchell was eleven years old eleven years old when westbrook entered the league he was a little boy my son is older than donovan mitchell was eleven years old and yet he's more composed he takes better shots he is more mature what did he say donovan mitchell what'd he say after the game last night leading three one and everybody saying man you're out playing westbrook here's what the rookie said said there's one you know not really worried about one in the visual comet you know i think if we get caught up in that takes us out of our own game and not play she'll tonight we just focused on each other and making the right place we needed to wow long term big picture don't get caught up in the moment one of the real signs of immaturity for athletes or non athletes you live in the moment you don't see the big picture you don't understand how your immediate actions affect tomorrow and the next day and the next day westbrook last night lived in the moment gonna beat rubio going to beat him tonight don't care and look what it's doing to his legacy people laughing at westbrook today he's a wacko he's crazy he's deranged he's out of his mind he's obsessed this is what i've been saying about him for years he's playing in his own video game he's not elevating others here's what's remarkable if you looked at if you look at mitchell and westbrooks numbers in the series which one's the rookie in which one's the mvp it's remarkable mitchell's averaging more game better field goal percentage better fourth quarter output better plus mine.

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"eleven years" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"eleven years" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Donovan mitchell was eleven years old eleven years old when westbrook entered the league he was a little boy my son is older than donovan mitchell was eleven years old and yet he's more composed he takes better shots he is more mature what did he say donovan mitchell what'd he say after the game last night leading three one and everybody saying man you're out playing westbrook here's what the rookie said said there's one you know not really worried about one in the visual comet you know i think if we get caught up in that takes us out of our own game and not play she'll tonight we just focused on each other and making the right place we needed to wow long term big picture don't get caught up in the moment one of the real signs of immaturity for athletes or non athletes you live in the moment you don't see the big picture you don't understand how your immediate actions affect tomorrow and the next day and the next day westbrook last night lived in the moment gonna beat rubio going to beat him tonight don't care and look what it's doing to his legacy people laughing at westbrook today he's a wacko he's crazy he's deranged he's out of his mind he's obsessed this is what i've been saying about him for years he's playing in his own video game he's not elevating others here's what's remarkable if you looked at if you look at mitchell and westbrooks numbers in the series which one's the rookie in which one's the mvp it's remarkable mitchell's averaging more game better field goal percentage better fourth quarter output better plus mine.

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"eleven years" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"eleven years" Discussed on Channel 955

"Took you eleven years to figure that out rachel pulled an april fool's prank on her kids you know april fools day was easter sunday which was so great that it was easter sunday so i didn't have to sit there and be thinking about an east april fools joke for the show she pulled the april fools joke on the kids we explained so my sister thought there would be a great idea to put raisins and the eggs and i said well number one that's a joke on us because sitting there having to fill eggs eggs with raisins awful so i decided i'm going to go on amazon i bought a ton of those teeny tiny boxes of raisins and i said let's just throw them on the front lawn tell the kids all right guys get ready bills bills it up and then they run outside and they see raisins all over their front lawn just a little boxes of raisins.

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"eleven years" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"eleven years" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Got the by in eleven years in eleven years in atlantic hockey for old years we've got the first round by that means we finished in the top five in the league in it for ten of eleven years none of a new that's amazing l and and this is the first time we've ever had the fifth slot where we had to travel like it's the first time will never have we've never had a home series so we finish in the top four of for all those years in for our guys to be able to do what they did after getting behind the eightball those injuries to be able to come back and and you will we've got you know utah we've always i don't know why it is our kids seem to rally if we go on these traditional runs in january and february we go on these traditional runs where all of a sudden like we get pretty dangook you know and we've got we've got we got that run going now gone ten three and two sitting at an out of 8 points this couple of weeks since the break and but we really we've we've played some really good hockey but we haven't played our best hockey with consistency and that's going to be the key to it we got each seniors right now are finish in their story you know they're finishing their story and it's gonna be interesting to see i can't wait to see i know we're going to play one thing about west point they have been consistent pretty consistent all year with what they are they've gotten points on just about every weekend so we know the animal that we're going to up against you know they're they're very key they're good team they're very consistent they don't beat themselves but up there's a lot of upside with our group and are we going to be able to realize that upside and we're going to need to do that because you one bad performance against a team like west point and then if we're fortunate or or what were we get by them emperor or th west point advance your dentist oneanddone you can't have a bad game so we need for this group to really really gel end up and play their best hockey with consistency and sometimes the playoffs that sometimes some some guys just simply have to have that you know.

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"eleven years" Discussed on The Rusty Humphries Rebellion

The Rusty Humphries Rebellion

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"eleven years" Discussed on The Rusty Humphries Rebellion

"Now is wrong i admit it and eleven years later when that video came out eleven years by the way eleven years have you done anything stupid eleven years ago my friend eleven years had gone by he's grown up we all make mistakes may it appears that hillary and built took money from countries i don't know personally i'd rather have somebody standing up for our country other than just trying to make a bunch of money oh donald trump trying to make a bunch of money on no he gave up control of his companies not getting paid to be president as a matter of fact he had to donates his money two different i think every quarter he donates his paycheck to a different charity so why don't we give them a chance instead of just yellen for his impeachment let's see what happens instead of just be in mad all the time because being mad the only people better take you being taken advantage of the only people that do well when that happens is the media and democrats i know you may be a democrat but aren't you more of an american than a democrat i know i'm more of an american than a republican matter of fact if trump if we find out trump is doing dirty the un's i'll be with you on the front line sale of get rid of this guy but until then while we wait and see let's watch a little bit stiff watching her bait talk.

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"eleven years" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"eleven years" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The h r mcmaster story there has never been told until now and trust me it's going to blow up into major stories i notice because i'm the one wrote them and they're going to be released now okay h r mcmaster for eleven years eleven years not one not you 11 from two thousand six to february two seven two thousand seventeen wait until he was appointed as national security adviser to trump you worked for a think tank based in the uk that you probably never i heard of it's what was called the international institute for strategic studies but they changed their name by the way after some very controversial a reports in the past they changed their name to i i s so i repeat h r mcmaster worked for eleven years for it this group called i s s which describes itself as quote a worldleading authority and globalsecurity political risk and military conflict now h r mcmaster served as the consulting senior fellow of for this group now here's the thing first of all we did i did in major investigative report into this group and i wanted to know right away okay who forms the i s s where mcmaster worked for eleven years and actually missing from their website for some strange reason they have a list of donors on their website right now and what i'm about to tell you is not one of the donors listed even though they are a donor actually i found web archives of the i i s ashes website that had them listed as a donor but for some reason they've been scrubbed they've been removed i'm talking about something called and you and i should be familiar with this certainly you from listening to this show because we re we expose them in the past it's called the plowshare and he plowshare fund near the plow sheriff on first of all is financed by george soros so right away a soros financed fought and is the group that finances or has provided financing to the organization where.

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"eleven years" Discussed on Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

04:02 min | 4 years ago

"eleven years" Discussed on Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

"Are producing the lies the sort of phya blay of fake news i think we've all forgotten right that these are macedonian literally macedonian right really good to go back to the wired magazine article that exposes the fake news factories why did they do it they did it because they figured that if they could put up a headline that says the pope supports donald trump that all of us would click on it we would then show up on their sites that are that monetize by google out sense at a bunch of macedonians right who have no economy left where they are would suddenly be able to make money that's where this all came from this online casino business for years before it was and so so you know it was simply that was there was an incentive in the system which is of you put a headline in front you and i that we cannot resist clicking on right it's probably a little bit limbic kind of repealing pilion brain stuff unit we don't like it but we click on it anyway right then all of a sudden macedonians add sensing all these websites would be able to make money so one of the big things but the information operations you've got to identify them enough to identify things that are certified fake then you have to eliminate the incentives which means facebook is going to throttle the distribution in newsfeed for these guys like i said if got eleven years keep in the news feed clean what let because they know it's the lifeblood of the very company right end addition affected they care about people and then you have to also eliminate and try to detect us is going to be harder situations where information is distributed incredibly biased way right it may not be certified false but it may be biased and then lastly you have to take down to call the fake amplifier so these are accounts on facebook that actually create momentum for these stories that make it seem like a bunch of people already clicked on this thought it was good right in in our messing with the you know that just means continued crackdown as they've done since the donna facebook on fake accounts so they have done exactly what facebook always does which is when they have a challenge look at it systematically and get to the doing right and and you know internally about they're not yelling at each other anymore they're just busy taking down the information operations so that we can continue to trust the newsweek and it's funny when i think about it there's there were so many sort of moments of clarity that this was going to happen whether it was fake celebrity death news things which we saw for years or even friends friends share this stuff and the tagline the put it at as i don't know if this is true or not but dot dot dot this is not helpful again because we don't have a media literate society the literacy of media resides very much like the old days in why they didn't want everyone to have access to a printing press or the written word is because that information resided with very few media literacy still resides with very small few well man now you're really onto a big topic right because which is why this whole thing i think has been emotional for everyone while we're spending a lot of time thinking about it while asking ourselves a lot of who's to blame for this which i think is an interesting question you know in gets very much to the human condition which is anan geek out on kind of social science but it's confirmation bias this notion that you prefer we all prefer simply the human condition we'd all prefer to be with people to hear things that are aligned with our worldview at because if we don't hear those things it starts to get x dental right oh wait a minute am i wrong i can't be wrong you know and so we choose to connect with information and people that confirm what we already think and of course on facebook systematized because you are connected to the people that you know in real life those are your friends very unlikely that you're going to be close friends with somebody who was violently misaligned with you on the world and things that we like news sources that we like right and so obviously that then leads to.

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