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Li at his best and builds early lead at PGA Championship

ESPN Radio

00:54 sec | 16 hrs ago

Li at his best and builds early lead at PGA Championship

"Radio Sports Center Lennox Today in San Francisco Lee how tongue becomes the first player ever from China Toe lead after any round of a golf major championship lead today. Second round 565 Is it eight under overall after the 1st 2 rounds of the PGA Championship. Tiger Woods, two over par 72 is eight shots off the lead and behind the leader, lead Jason Day and five others at six under two shots off the lead day at several points for the round, sharing the lead with Lee but ended up with a double bogey on 12. It just kind of separates. I think you know when you have an easy golf course everyone's imply and when you have a difficult golf course usually that kind of Good plays that are playing well usually make their way to the top of later board. So I just I would much prefer playing a difficult golf

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Working, Making, Creating in Public and Private

a16z

05:19 min | 6 d ago

Working, Making, Creating in Public and Private

"Hi Everyone. Welcome to the. podcast I'M SUNOL and I'm super excited to do one of our special book launch episodes for the new book coming out just this week working in public the making and maintenance of open source software by Nadia Ball and published by Stripe Press. The topic actually applies to all kinds of communities and groups coming together whether it's an open source project, our initiative of Department in a company, a club or a special interest group even group of friends and family because it's all about how people come. Together to coordinate and collaborate around some shared interest or activity whether participatory or not whether code or content, and so one theme. We also pull the threads on in this episode is about how the learnings of open source communities do and don't apply to the passion economy and create our communities as well. Nadia has long been immersed in studying the health of communities including getting funding from the Ford Foundation to study open source then worked at hub in developer experience then did research at protocol labs. And is now focused on writer experience at sub stack for longtime listeners of the six and Z podcast I've actually had her on the show years ago along with Michael Rogers our protocol labs than of the No jazz foundation where we talked about the changing culture of open source, you can find that episode on our site, but in this wide ranging hallway style episode Nadia, and I cover everything from types of communities, social networks, and the evolution of being online and ironically while the book is. Called working in public we also talk about the emergence of private spaces as well as the tragedy of Big Public Commons and how to counter the tragedy of comments which is why I believe everyone should read this book because it's a dirt of literature out there for the era of President Online collaboration creation and consumption that we're in we end with some practical advice for community managers, platforms and leaders, but we begin by defining open source in this context with a really useful taxonomy for categorizing communities. Earlier early was like I really hate this term and I just wish we gotta have something else like public software whatever. Love that I love it too. Unfortunately, it's pretty hard to change terms that everyone. On so I know this firsthand. Yeah. I mean I personally find the term kind of intimidating and it doesn't sound exciting when I say the term open source but it really does just referred to the distribution side of cook the existence of open source licenses made it very easy for anyone to use and modify and re Polish someone else's coat and put it in their own software but it doesn't really say a whole lot about how it was actually produced and so I made this analogy in the book, which is actually an analogy I borrowed from a friend Devon Devon Zuko, she still apple podcast for me I. Love Her yes, and says something like the term open source doesn't mean anything anymore than the term company does it's like, yes, we kind of get what a company is but there are so many different kinds of business models for different types companies with open source saying something as open source tells you a little bit about how the code might be used. That doesn't really say anything about how they're actually being made someone has to continue taking care of it. One of my favorite parts of the book is you actually outline different types of communities you call it classifying project types, but it's really to me how people are. Essentially social networks. Really. So why don't you break down that taxonomy and by the way the reason I'm asking is because when I think of the ARC in history of open source, the concept that comes to mind for everybody is that classic book by Eric Raymond, which is a cathedral and the bazaar and I think that framing has two long framed our discussion of open source and frankly any online community yet everyone sort of has maybe like General Santa W-what community is like others a bunch of members and their and organized around some common interests or reason for spending time together. In that highest level definition of community, there's an underlying assumption that all members are sort of similar than just the term members washes over the underlying dynamics between those different numbers and so what I started doing was saying, okay. There is a difference between at minimum, an open source people who are contributing to open source and people who are using stars. So I try to sort of separate out users and contributors and say, okay in some open source projects or as you said, really communities and general, some communities have high trigger and some communities have high user growth and then there's sort of like. Different permutations of that it's like federations, clubs, stadiums, and I forgot the fourth but toys in me what are so I think it's really useful to start with your taxonomy, a federations and onward. So federations are like the really big projects we might be thinking of like Lennox or. Where you have a lot of people who are contributing to the project and you have a lot of people that are using their project. But there are enough people that are working on the creation of that project that it does form his own sort of contributor community. By contrast, clubs have a lot of people who are participating in Chretien but they don't have as many people that are using it and said a product that's kind of focused on a niche interest. The example to give his Astro Pie, which is a Python Library for astrophysicists right? It's high contributor incredibly interested in that but very low user growth because how many people in the world are really interested in That intersection exactly and toys I sort of mentioned in passing in their police. Interesting thing to talk about that's where you have both low user and Lok contributor growth. So that might just be like a personal project them thinking around no one else is really looking at it. They're sort of waiting in the wings before they become one of the other types of communities

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Linux: Benefits of Open Source Operating Systems

The Tech Guy

01:20 min | 2 weeks ago

Linux: Benefits of Open Source Operating Systems

"As with all open source software the the basic source code used to create is not proprietary, is not kept secret, but is open to all, and if you have you know, depends on the level of skill you have, but if you're a coder, you can modify it. You can contribute to it. I think open software is brilliant. I'm a huge fan and I think you're exactly on the right track. Virtually any computer can run a version of Lennox. There are many many versions hundreds of versions they're all based on the Lennox. Colonel created by LAWA's toward falls in one, thousand, nine, hundred ninety s and updated by him and a team of many people the years he is brilliant, and his team is brilliant, and they've made that colonel, a very modern powerful colonel in the entire Lennox, distribution has takes the kernel of the operating system. That line did an ad software generally suffer from the canoe. Project, the Free Software Foundation's project to create versions of software that are free and open source of all the major kinds of suffer, and you mentioned Lebron Office which is a free Microsoft office style sweet, but there's there's all sorts of great stuff for photo editing for music editing pretty much these days. There's nothing. You need windows or Mac

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"lennox" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

07:50 min | 3 weeks ago

"lennox" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"My guest is Dr John Lennox from Oxford University author of many wonderful books, and by the way on a lot of video on his youtube channel or his website John Lennox Dot Org. He's also been on. Video recently with Justin Brierley's unbelievable. Some of that video you can see on our website. Our facebook page cross examined Dot Org, and if you do a search on Youtube for Dr John Lennox you'll find many wonderful presentations that he's done debates, he said with people like Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins and Lawrence, Krauss and many others today. We're talking about a I artificial intelligence. And his new book twenty, eighty four, and by the way John I thought I heard. You say that it was actually a debate opponent Peter Atkins that gave you that title. Is that true? It is absolutely true that we were going to debate on opposite sides of the God question. We discussed what we were writing. When I told him what I was writing, he said I've got a great title for you. I have used it the knowledge of the book. Yes. Yes, it's a great title twenty four, for those of you that have no about nineteen eighty-four, which is about where we are in America anyway here maybe the K. as well. We're big. Government is everywhere in fact John a part of a I is government or just their surveillance state, which you write in the Book Twenty Eighty Four. That's already happening in China, isn't it? Well! It's happening everywhere. The whole question here is the AI. Systems are facial recognition technologies, and you can say a plus side to those police could recognize terrorists or criminals in a crowd, and so on, but the problem is that they're make these surveillance technologies, which are neither coming very advanced can be used to control an entire population, and it would appear that that's happening and sing young and China among the the weaker. and. They are being monitored to such an extent it's it's practically unbelievable and as a result if you step out of line. Deviate from the norms that are set by the state. You Find Yourself in a reeducation camp. And losing your culture, maybe even your language as well and there was a chilling Article Time magazine about this that I refer to the book. And the Chinese writers said at the end that the West needs to look because all the technologies that are being used and China are available in the West. The only difference is they haven't yet. All been brought under the control of a totalitarian central government, but they're all there, and it was very interesting to me that the very next day after reading this I, heard a senior police officer in our country. Saying that's exactly what we need. So this creates vast ethical problems. There are similar surveillance problems which may not always be video although they may who knows? Arising from our smartphones, because they are trackers, and here we are millions of us, if not billions wearing these things voluntarily and giving a vast amount of information, which becomes they I database, and you will know this. If you buy a book on Amazon few days later, you may get a pup saying people that that book will buy this book. But what we don't realize is that there's out what? Ju- ball. WHO's an expert from mit called surveillance capitalism? All the extra information that these things are harvesting. They may be listening to what you say the May. Even be watching you all your purchases, your habits, the people you meet, and so on this information is being sold on without your permission. This is a very serious infringement of individual rights and privacy and so. Even the narrow AI systems. If I put I'm talking at the moment that work that actually worked nive. They're not futuristic. They're working. Even though it was the book nine, thousand, nine, hundred and four, the predicted them big brother is watching you and we need to think about the ethics and frank the problem is that technology. Expands and develops far more rapidly than ethical considerations Do, and that's why a number of people serious people are worried by the direction of this is taking. Even some atheists are worried about it as certainly alerts, the ethical considerations are not confined to any group. Although you do write in the book that there are many atheists behind. What are their goals John? I hear I, read you talking about. Some of them think they can abolished debt. That debt is just a technical problem. That's one of the things what are some other goals that they want to accomplish. Turning to the artificial general intelligence. What's called the Trans Humanist Program. And the big name and writing about this is not a technology person a toll. He's a historian. Yuval Harambee from Israel and he's written two bestselling books. sapiens Homo deals and sappy ends is essentially a by the past. And Homo Deos its name means the God man or the man who is God is talking about they trans humanist project. What is project well as you say firstly? Harari believes death is not simply a technical problem, and we get very soon of technical solution. which will mean that allow, you can die. You won't have to die, so that's the first thing. The second what he calls Agenda Item for the twenty first century, is to enhance human happiness by bio-genetic engineering by drugs by implants and moving up towards making God's out of human spelt with a small G.. He says we passed the animal stage. Now we got minds, and we can take the future into our hands, and that could involve of course germline engineering where a group of scientists would alter the basic genetic program of all generations to come, and that concerns me greatly C.. S. Lewis sort in the nineteen forties, the danger of that and he made the chilling point that I've ever that happened what? The beings that will exist not be human. They will be artifacts created by a bunch of scientists. There for he says that the final triumph of science will be the abolition of man, and that's where I think it's very important that the Christian voices heard as to what humans really are made in the image of Gulbuddin John Date as atheists and many of them are atheists as you mentioned, although not all of them..

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"lennox" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

02:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"lennox" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"Does truth exist because you have faith. Does that make this book? Does God exist so when someone says? There is no true if you apply the claim to itself what you say. Is that true. They, don't think Christianity Group. There talked out of it. You know why. Because they've never been talked into it. Cross examining skeptical and. View! Welcome to cross exempt with Dr Frank Turek. So many demon that is how Tesla CEO Elon Musk refer to artificial intelligence. Is he right about that well artificial intelligence since he is here and Moore's coming in fact. A? Tesla actually has artificial intelligence on it, but we'll artificial intelligence bring us utopia or dystopia. Should we be enthralled, or should we be afraid? What is artificial intelligence? How is it being used? And how will it be used if it continues with these machines ever become conscious we. We see it in the movies. Is that possible? Well our friend, the Great Dr John Lennox from Oxford University who's been on this program many times before one of our favorite guests has written a provocative new book on artificial intelligence and check out the title the title is. Eighty four. What does that make you think of Yeah Nineteen eighty-four well. This book is called Twenty Four. It's just off. The presses and John is my guest for the entire program today most you know who John Lennox is, he's debated Richard Dawkins. Several wonderful books including. Including Gunning for God and seven days at divide the world among many others in this new book is called Twenty Eighty. Four a John is coming to us from Oxford England still in lockdown, John. How are you today? I'm very well. Thank you, but as you say, we're still a Nocturne, how are you? I'm doing wonderful and yesterday I saw you on a livestream that we broadcast with. With Justin Brierley of unbelievable. That was a wonderful program. We talk a little bit about you took. A number of questions that broadcast is still on our facebook page and John. You've been doing a lot of interviews lately. How many have you done in the past few months? Over one hundred. Amazing..

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Apple announces transition to Apple silicon chips

Daily Tech Headlines

00:55 sec | Last month

Apple announces transition to Apple silicon chips

"Apple announced it with transition. Some of its hardware line to arm based chips. It calls apple silicon by the end of the year, though it didn't specify which models apple says the full transition, we'll take two years and that Intel powered. MACs are still also being made with apple silicon chips. macos will support IOS and IPAD APPS natively. Arizona pro APPs will be opted to support apple silicon in Mac Os next version. It calls big Sur and Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Figari says the vast majority developers can get their apps up and running in a matter of days. Michael was big Sur will also include Rosetta to to. To automatically translate existing APPs at install time, and is using virtualization for running versions of Lennox on these new Max developer transition kit in the form of a Mac mini enclosure with apple's a twelve Z chip cigarettes of Ram and a five hundred twelve gigabyte. SSD Can't be rented for five hundred dollars and returned to apple at the end of its quickstart programme for developers

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The Full Circle Weekly News

00:58 sec | Last month

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"Fifteen years at changed workflows. The World Happy Birthday get. Here the notable releases this week. Firefox seventy five is out with a cleaner and more focused search interface. Invidia long-lived Lennox driver for forty dot eighty two is out now with support for Colonel Five dot six. Fully, eight two dot zero is out with a redesigned interface with a focus on smaller screens. Tails for five is out now. It's secure boot support. And Free RTP two zero is out a little later than originally planned. This has been another episode of Full Circle. Weekly News find the site at Full Circle Magazine. Dot Org and for more news and ramblings find me at Lille Chavis on twitter or Leo Chavez Dot Org.

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The Full Circle Weekly News

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

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"The Lennox Libra colonel. Canoe folks insists that heard is better suited to today's needs. The article contains instructions for how to build and utilize the colonel. Weiwei signs non-aggression patent packed with open invention network. After first conversations between Oh I N Y way over nine years ago while we has become a licensee member of the oh I N. Disagreement, allows, Cross Licensing Lennox. Patents to other members royalty free if they do not

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The Full Circle Weekly News

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

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"Lennox meant twenty will be named Yana. Lots of performance fixtures are coming to Nemo status notifier and APP indicators additionally new revamped colors will be making debut as of now. The blue and pink colors have been finalized finally. L. D. Three will be end of life on July first two thousand twenty. Canoe Guex plans

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S13E11  Inside out clothes - burst 3

Ubuntu Podcast

02:49 min | 2 months ago

S13E11 Inside out clothes - burst 3

"Responded in this way. Fails a little bit hostile to me. You know because I think this post goes on to say that they're going to. Essentially make anything that once snapped a as dependency and act to be forcibly denied the ability to install snap day. And the reason why I fail, this is may be. A little bit on Fanta Lennox main users is if you look at the statistics for snap adoption, which are you can see publicly if you go and look at snap Kroft. Slash coal all slash core eighteen. Those are snaps. That are installed on all or most systems that have a snap installed. You will say after a boon to Lennox men is the second most popular platform for having uses installing snaps, and this is despite the fact that you know Lennox men you know that they can choose their own path, but they have chosen the you know a different different palmful would and they don't have a snap stole by default, and they don't promote snaps by default, but nevertheless, Lennox users are choosing to install snaps. And they're now going to make us jump through additional hoops, and there's a law of valuable software. In snap stole that you can't easily get unless you store as a snap. Say a fail like this is not just. Hostile, but little bit US style to to their own uses. And I feel it bit side because you know we've been able to work with. Mine Jar another destroys and. Come up with a puff. Workable way forwards West snaps can be a first class citizen. You know in other distributions whereas a good job. Lennox are in control of their repos and. Their own binders and therefore. Make these decisions for themselves or hang on a minute. They piggybacking on a boon to we and that's the thing is if they actually want us to have access to chromium. It's yeah, it's worth pointing out that Crimea the upstream project. They don't actually supply much in terms of. Packages that basically, if you, if you want a particular version of chromium, you can go hunting around. Basically a file listing to try and get the version that you want. The the point is that they want you to use crime Crimea Ms Raza sort of a nicety to the open source community, so there's work that goes in to anyone who wants to package it for. They destroy, which is why there's a stop rather than DEB. Because it was a lot easier to to maintain that for the versions of binti,

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Expand - test 2 (real expand)

Ubuntu Podcast

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Expand - test 2 (real expand)

"A little bit on Fanta Lennox main users is if you look at the statistics for snap adoption, which are you can see publicly if you go and look at snap Kroft. Slash coal all slash core eighteen. Those are snaps. That are installed on all or most systems that have a snap installed. You will say after a boon to Lennox men is the second most popular platform for having uses installing snaps, and this is despite the fact that you know Lennox men. You know that they can choose their own path, but they have chosen the you know a different different palmful would and they don't have a snap stole by default, and they don't promote snaps by default, but nevertheless Lennox. Users are choosing to install snaps. And they're now going to make us jump through additional hoops, and there's a law of valuable software. In snap stole that. You can't easily get unless you store as a snap. Say a fail like this is not just. Hostile, but little bit US style to to their own uses. And I feel it bit side because you know we've been able to work with. Mine Jar another destroys and. Come up with a puff. Workable way forwards West snaps can be a first class citizen. You know in other distributions whereas a good job. Lennox are in control of their repose and compete with around binders and therefore. Make these decisions for themselves or hang on a minute. They piggybacking on a boon to we and that's the thing is if they actually want us to have access to chromium. It's yeah, it's worth pointing out that Crimea the upstream project. They don't actually supply much in terms of. Packages that, basically, if you, if you want a particular version of chromium, you go hunting around. Basically a

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My new expand burst - 01

Ubuntu Podcast

04:43 min | 2 months ago

My new expand burst - 01

"I have to say after all the grueling twenty hours of scratching the weekend. We're probably about eighty percent of the way there, so I consider myself quite competent scratch developer now. Wow, but isn't the whole point of it that it was written in Bash and that's why it's cold well. Yes, I mean that was. That was obviously the the rematch. Full You know absolutely dominating the the wind. You Know Gaming Gaming Bash challenge last. Yea, remarks, text based game with elements was pretty good. It, was that game was cooled pig by the way Joe. I suppose the thing is is that my daughter's just start just started sort of embraced grant. She's at that age where scratches a thing this on the curriculum at school, and we're doing homeschooling right now on I get to pick up the computing part of that, or at least my wife has been picking helping conjunction with Code Club the streaming from our local library and but my daughter having not shown any interesting scratch or computers until very recently now absolutely loves the and every span moment she wants to be doing scratch and over the last six weeks, or so has literally created hundreds of scratch projects. So she's got into remixing other people's stuff. So you know in scratch you can log in. Find it interesting project, and then tinker with it, and she's been doing that I wanted to break that cycle a little bit and show her that she could create her own things, so given that she helped me make an alien attack. I thought let's reimagined that game in scratch. Cooking already understood it a new what we were trying to do that. So that's what? What we've been working on actually have to say the scratch version very good very playable right now is available as a snap not yet, but I. Did discover earlier today that there is a project code scratcher Prater, which is a scratch interpreted, compile scratch into binary his sire. If I can get that, and that is a snap, but if I can compile this game into a snap them finally, maybe and see alien untangle be available as a snap well. Right let's show. And now it's time for the community news and I up in the Community News Mint has announced. It's going to break chromium in apt. So, this was. A follow on from some comments that the main project made about. Snaps Awhile bike some criticisms they had about how it removes control. I think criticisms were mainly about how it removes control from district makers I'm not sure that I agree with most their point, spout removing control from the uses. But what they've decided to do is make so that. Won't be able to install snappy as a result of installing another package. And because in a boon to which lex mint is based on chromium is installed as a snap. and. Upgrades from previous versions. We might have been as Deb by installing a snap with the package. It now means that chromium white be able to be installed throughout. So have been actually broken kramer an APP. It doesn't sound like a broken chromium. Well according to their monthy news post, it says that they are deliberately breaking it so that if you try and instill Carmen via apt. It will just tell you why it's broken, and that is because instead of insulting. Stop the and pulling down the snap of it. They're blocking that by default. You will then be able to manually install snap day and then snap install chrome if you want to, but they are kind of making a point here kind of drawing a line in the sand, saying we don't agree with this, and so we're going to try and Bob. This barrier to educate people about it, okay. I was quite surprised when I read this today. Because obviously, we made these changes in into like seven or eight months ago, and it was well documented Y. we will making this change in the fact that we were making this change. On I suppose, it's a bit disheartening to see the Lennox of responded in this way. Fails a

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Another expanded - 3

Ubuntu Podcast

02:33 min | 2 months ago

Another expanded - 3

"Them on. I feel like It's a bit like us. Free software another badge of honor and I think the current badge of to raise a tiling window manager. Because I'M PAL. I just feel like that is a movement within the Lennox enthusiast community. That isn't like fresh new. It's been building over the loss of eighteen months or so you know they. They regularity with which tiling wind I managed is crop up on videos on Youtube and library. He's is trending up. You know it's definitely a thing. People are into right now. Yeah says the main thing that everyone seems to focused on their other additional things over and above what a boon to provide as the base. 'cause obviously Percy's based on the Bantu they have a a repository of their own which is like a PPA which has additional packages all packages which are newer than the ones that we should have been too because we have. I think because of the process in into sometimes packages take like a week to land but because the system seventy six people have their own. Pa They can just Ninja packages straight into that PPA super fast and deliver it arguably faster than us with a whether you prefer that one. Oh yeah some people like the idea of move fast and break things and other people like Qa throwing shade pulp. I'm just having a bit of a joke but yeah it seems relatively popular. There's a lot of people talking about it and that's great next up. Ub Pause opiate. Twelve release is out so this is the next upgrade of the ports up into touch for phones and it is integrating the lost of canonical unity. Eight developments so. I'm not sure exactly how that process worked. But apparently when canonical stopped developing talk there was some things in unity which runs in to touch. Even though touch was using unique feature branches the happened being merged into master to release and I think it was depending on like technology such as you know mayor and system day and stuff like that malaise features hadn't landed yet a now. Ub of Donald of that work. They're able to now go back to those features and bring them in our so stuff

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State Department watchdog was investigating arms sales; Pompeo denies retaliation

MSNBC Morning Joe

06:34 min | 2 months ago

State Department watchdog was investigating arms sales; Pompeo denies retaliation

"The State Department's Inspector General. I thought to be fired for investigating. The Secretary of State for assigning personal tasks to a department staffer also was investigating the approval of arms sale to Saudi Arabia without congressional approval officials from different congressional committees told NBC News. They believe Inspector General. Steve Clinic was fired in part for investigating Saudi arms sales that Congress had previously rejected house foreign affairs. Committee member Eliot Engel of New York. Confirm that investigation by late Monday. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are demanding a more complete explanation for Lennox firing according to the hill. Senator Chuck Grassley Republican of Iowa sent a letter to the president on Monday. Senator Grassley reminded president trump. The law requires detailed explanations for dismissing departmental watchdog to ensure that inspectors. General are not removed for political reasons. President Trump said the claims the secretary of state potentially misuse of government resources are overblown and seeing to consider them acceptable. Even if they are true look he's a high quality person. Mike is very high quality Zuri brilliant guy and now I have you telling me about dog walk in washing dishes and you know what I'd rather have him on the phone with some world leader. Then have him wash dishes because maybe his wife isn't there or his kids are you know. What are you telling me it's terrible. It's so stupid you know stupid. That sounds to the world unbelievable head to wash dishes because his wife wasn't there. The president also confirmed Monday. That secretary of State pompeo requested the dismissal of idealistic but did not directly address the issue of retaliation. President isn't there. At least an appearance of a conflict of interest of secretary. Pompeo is asking you to fire inspector. General's I don't I don't think so. I think maybe he thinks he's being treated unfairly again. He wanted to. He asked me if that would be possible. I said I'll do that. Your I think it should have been done a long time ago. Frankly and this is a man that has had some controversy. This inspector general but So again I don't know anything. I haven't even read much about him. I see that it's a little bit of a story not much of a story. 'cause everybody agrees that. I have the absolute right to fire. The Inspector General's secretary pay later dismissed the idea that his requests for the firing was in retaliation for links investigations into arms deals. And those errands saying quote. Because I simply don't know I'm not briefed on it. I usually see these investigations and final draft form. Twenty four hours forty eight hours before the is prepared to release them. So it's simply not possible for this to be an act of retaliation end of story says Secretary Pompeo the State Department's under-secretary for management told the Post that concern over linen had grown because of a quote pattern of unauthorized disclosures. Leaks to the news media about investigations. That were an early draft form. He added officials had no evidence. Linac was personally responsible for the leak so Casey Hud. There's a lot to unpack there. Let's go back to the arm sale though this was a year ago in. May when the president and secretary pompeo declared an emergency bypassing congress to sell about eight billion dollars worth of arms to Saudi Arabia and the UAE and it drew condemnation by the way from Republicans not just from Democrats but there was bipartisan. Condemnation of this move and now it appears that inspector general was looking into that declaration of emergency. Yes that's what. Nbc News learned late yesterday when Chairman Angle confirmed that this investigation was going on that they were angry that essentially he had the president and Pompeo tried to circumvent Congress on this arm sales question this was something that there are a lot of. Republicans as you point out who are very invested in what was going on in that particular situation. And who opposed this move by the administration but let's not forget to put the firing of this inspector general in to kind of the broader context in pattern that we're seeing going on here. This is not the first time something like this has happened and the administration has already ignored the rules that they are supposed to follow when something like this happens in the case of Michael Atkinson in the intelligence community by not explaining to Congress within thirty days why they did it and so I think there's a question here as to whether the administration will do it in the case of the State Department. This has been something that has drawn as you pointed out. Bipartisan condemnation chuck. Grassley though senator from Iowa has been particularly focused on this but the reality is Congress's relatively toothless in this regard they can make these demands asking for more information but the laws are not necessarily written in a position. That's strong enough to let them make a real difference here. And what we're left with is kind of a government that is increasingly. Not being held accountable. Now how that lines up with the president's campaign promise to drain the swamp I will let our viewers decide but they seem to be at odds. Donald Trump talked about how incredibly stupid thing sounded at his press conference. And I agree Casey. I want you to listen to this clip. One more time and let's focus on the part where Donald Trump says that he doesn't want Mike Palm. Oh doing dishes if his wife isn't there take a look. Look he's a high quality person. Mike is a very high quality his brilliant guy and now I have you tell me about dog walking washing dishes and you know what I'd rather have him on the phone with some world leader than have him wash dishes because maybe his wife isn't there or his kids are you know. What are you telling me it's terrible. It's so stupid stupid. That sounds to the world. Unbelievable quoting the president of the United States to you know Mr President how stupid that sounds to the world that in twenty twenty you say he needs State Department officials to washes dishes in case his wife. Isn't there

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5 Secrets to Growing Your Ecommerce Sales with Paid Advertising

Marketing School

04:05 min | 3 months ago

5 Secrets to Growing Your Ecommerce Sales with Paid Advertising

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them. To a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream. Host DOT COM slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to a another episode of marketing. School I'm Eric Su and I'm tell- and today we're GonNa talk about the five secrets to growing your e commerce sales and paid advertising all right so the first one we have for you because you're getting paid. Advertising majority of the people won't purchase your product right then in there on a lot of when paid advertising. You're sending them to one product. So what I want you to do is remark all the people who didn't buy and show them what it would be like to buy your product through remarketing video on Youtube. Facebook remarking video. Show what it's like when someone purchases it a good example of this is fab- Lennox by Kate Hudson. She has yoga pants. You'll see on youtube a lot and facebook ads people using the product. This shows people what it's like they would. Your pocket is a great way to generate sales number two. So actually did this the other day. I don't know about you neil. I just bought like a bunch of silver coins just in case so the site. I went to actually out of silver coins. I actually signed up for a product reminder so it could be a text message or it could be an email in. This case was an email when came back in stock. Amelia went and I went to buy a bunch of silver coins. Reminders on product pages. Go a long way and actually did that earlier today to when I was trying to buy something figure out how you can set that up and go from there and a lot of you guys are doing paid outs to your e commerce sites but what. You're not doing this capturing the person if you're out of stock because you're paying for those clicks right so eric just mentioned one way what you can do is use email marketing. You can use push notifications. You can use text messaging. These are always to let people know and remind when it's going out of stock or let's say someone comes to your page and they're about to buy your stock the letting him know you'll have to items available as a great way to encourage them to buy because it's scarcity now if you have a hundred available you wouldn't. WanNa show one hundred and if you have one hundred available you also don't want to show you have to available line but if you only do have one available or two available or nine available low amount show it. It's a great way to increase your conversions. Yeah hopefully you guys have a multichannel attribution setup. Maybe we'll talk about that in another episode but the whole idea. Is You know being able to track all the touch points. People went through before they actually ended up buying a product. What I would say is about how you can use a customer data platform. You know layered on what you're driving paid advertising. You're trying to get more e commerce sales but what if somebody already took your main offer like you have these banners across your website if they took your main offer already then maybe you show them the next offer and then the next offer after the and the next offer but you have to have the data for each customer and so when they visit your website you can show it the next thing right so there's a lot of customer data platforms out there. Hold ON I. Oh that's H. U. L. DOT IO. That's what I use from Abebe perspective but I had a friend Eric. Rivera uses a company called Lennox. That's L. Y. T. I C. S. DOT COM so. Yeah just you know. Try to take advantage of technology if you are spending money on Peyton so he can maximize yeah and The Last Supper I have for you as watch a youtube video called. Ot Oh script by Russell. Brunson that's Ot oh script Russell Brunson in other words. It's a one time offer in the video. He doesn't breakdown ECOMMERCE company but it works on Commerce Justice Wealth C. Paid ads are becoming so expensive. You want ways that allow you to keep competing with the competition. So by having these two up cells right upon checkout and he has a great way to explain how to do. Because if you put on your up sell page thank you complete your purchase. Most people are gonNA closing. You're not gonNA get the upsells breaks on exactly how to do it to keep people on the page and click the offers. It's a great way to maximize your revenue per conversion rate. Increase your average revenue per customer. And once you do that allow you to spend more money on paid advertising compared to your competition which will allow you to dominate your industry than remarkable people through email and then get more repeat purchases but to really spend an arm and a leg on paid advertising. You GotTa have a tight funnel and that includes having multiple

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An Open Source Economy of Abundance with Marcin Jakubowski

Buddhist Geeks

11:07 min | 4 months ago

An Open Source Economy of Abundance with Marcin Jakubowski

"Hello everybody Vince Horn here for another episode of Buddhist Geeks and today I am very very delighted to be having a conversation with Martian Jukovski. Good to have you on the show Martin and thank you so much for taking the time to chat with the Buddhist geeks. I'm really excited about this conversation. Because so much of what you're doing. Feel a resonance with but it's also different from what we're doing here Buddhist excited Dick's where the intersections excellent. So let's dive right in. Okay I've got my bathing suit on and I'm ready to go seven Fahrenheit and sweet Maysville Missouri. But I'll join metaphorically awesome are you. Are you at the factory farm right now yes. That's the Kansas City area. Okay cool and I and I understand that. You have also google fiber out there. Oh and that's an addition since about a year now and that's why we can have this conversation hopefully seamlessly today. Yeah no mood. That's a big game changer fiber. We spent the money on a week. We got the pipes run here. Trenched bury them and the whole facility with Up to four GIG. Wow that's awesome. See if you're kind of you're living the dream for me. Which is you've got high-speed gig multi gigabit Internet and you're out on a farm building Chit Really Cool. I'm excited to talk about your work so so I saw. I saw your tedtalk a number of years ago. Odds probably about ten years or so ago now Something like that and and just immediately was like okay this person and your partner Katharina. Y'All are doing really interesting work with the open source ecology movement and In that talk you spoke about the global construction kit which you know. Last time I checked this is like a fifty fifty or so different items that you're looking to build open source that the kind of you would be necessary for human civilization to To to this global village construction set fifty industrial machines to create small-scale civilization with modern comforts essentially the critical machines from tractors bread ovens production equipment energy equipment and and Carson everything. You need to create infrastructure. That's the basis of thriving than so we can talk about then getting meditative but you have to provide some basic needs. I yeah you can't you can't just Meditate without without some basic needs Yogis the the people they had their comfortable caves and flame. That's right that's right. Yeah and some nettles to eat right and and and you're going to see the vision that you'll have is is going well beyond that. I mean you're talking about being able to replicate modern comforts without having to rely so much on the sort of centralized modern systems that we've all come kind of dependent on. Yeah exactly the idea is. Let's distribute the economy. So right now we're in a state of centralization but the fund that by fundamental design we have a distributed world and I think that comes from the first principle of energy energy is distributed. Solar Energy is distributed. That's pretty much where all the power for today's economy comes from. It's from the sun right so by nature. We have a distributed system but the way we created we kind of reformulated as humans isn't into a hugely centralized one so to get back to more in touch with those principles of distribution decentralisation that gives power to everybody literally and metaphorically to tell me more about like the journey that you've been on with the global village construction set because I saw you've you've made a tremendous amount of progress on that front. You know it's one thing to hear someone give a Ted talk about about something that's like an inspiring idea prototypes. It's another to see your ten years later. Like have made real progress on the stuff again to hear about that. Yeah definitely maybe you know you can say at the time of Ted Talk. Were a few percent down right now. I would quantify it as like one third done so we've got hundreds of prototypes Twenty or thirty unique prototypes everything from tractors to CNC machines. Three D. PRINTERS HOUSES. Akwa punit greenhouses. In fact we actually added the house as a critical machine since we kinda thought well. That's a living machine. Actually belongs in the global village construction set but the power is yet getting a comprehensive said along a construction setup route. So we're looking at it more as building blocks and to derive from how Lennox Open source. Software has there is one of the keys to success was large modular break down into very small parts can have thousands of people working on at the same time. And that's exactly what we do with hardware breaking down into modules and development steps for each module sewer inching along at the time of the Ted. Talk I kind of felt like I missed my great opportunity because I had so many people contact me. And all of that and we didn't have an organization. We hardly have an organization right now. We really don't yet. Were not at that level of having a business so to say like a real solid organism. But we do have a lot of foundational work. I think we are. I would call ourselves an exponential organizations laying a solid foundation with all the prototyping that we have done now ready to to convert that to economic impact so transitioning from the Playing prototyping to to the to the next step which a lot of open source Projects Forget and that is a product. So what what are the products that we can offer that anymore? Anyone can use okay. That's cool. I mean it's interesting. I'm thinking back to win. I got even more kind of interested in Y'all's work and I think at a certain point I started to really feel this kind of poll to be sort of subtract myself out ourselves out of the sort of capitalist system a bit more to be able to offer meditation teaching more freely. You know to be little less dependent on a pay for service model and you know one of the big questions that comes up is like okay. We'll around like housing costs. And how do you? How do you reduce your cost like housing is like one of the major costs and you all were some of the only people that were talking about being able to build an an ecologically sustainable you know house for like twenty five grand? Yeah and that's unheard of you not to be able to hit those kind of Knows numbers and that's what I think is really interesting about what what you're trying to do is you're really setting a goal of kind of price reduction that really competes with the capitalist markets on their own terms in a way. That's hard for them to be. It'd be hard if you're actually able to pull this off for companies to To to have any response to tenth the Price House or tractor or brick press or all the things that you're building. Yeah that's exactly right so let's dive into. There's actually a very interesting page like when I look at the WIKKI statistics. There's a page on our wicky open source ecology that org slash wicky which has cost of living. And you said it. The number one cost of living is housing on average. I have some stats here in. Its sixty eight hundred dollars a year. Then the second one is your car. Thirty four hundred dollars a year and then food twenty six hundred dollars a year and yet it adds up to about twenty thousand or so. Just let's see the the number actually is twenty thousand per year per person according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics for a household doesn't sound too bad but Ideas let's so let's go for example to the CDC home just to show you like a very tangible example so in a CD go home. You mentioned twenty five thousand dollars okay. But where's the Labor that's materials so the model there is a client? Pays probably like ten thousand dollars service fee. We host a workshop where we swarm on the build with about fifty or so people and build that in five days and I think that the more like a turnkey cost to the client. We more like seventy thousand. That's kind of what if we if you'd actually start full cost accounting like the twenty five thousand dollars as materials. Yes so you'd have to figure out how to do it but we did with a swarm based build the idea there is you are providing an immersion education. So basically you're selling inexperienced. People participate in get a lot of skills have a lot of fun shatter some of the limits in their mind about what's possible in terms of effective building using very collaborative learning rich learning environment. That's very supportive. So that's the product we're trying to develop and probably if you look at economics probably like seventy thousand dollars for a a house builder a basically the House. The person who wants to have the house before fourteen hundred square foot house so still about was Chris in the cost of industry standards. Right we actually roll this out. So there's a whole organization to behind it and sell. That's kind of how it looks right now. Now of course if you're a skilled guy and you've got a family that can build that while you're not gonna be able to do it in five days but over a month he can take our modular construction methods because everything in the system is designed to be handled by people not not example cranes or large machines the way we designed modular construction method lends itself to a swarm belt with normal people and really reducing the skill set by essentially trying to turn this into. Lagos as much as possible That's interesting and and from what I gathered like everything that you're doing the documentation around the processes like everything is part of the open source model like everything is shared shared. Absolutely everything. There's two levels so one is design seconds. Dente price design. And that's that this is where we talk about the concept of distributive enterprise. Yes the idea if we do it. And it's good for the world. Everyone can use it and and people in modern society. People think that you have to be proprietary or you have to have a competitive advantage based on Ip Order to win here are competitive. Advantage or collaborative advantage is the the opposite. Is the fact that we're collaborating? And if you think about it you're in kindergarten you'd understand because at that point we kinda were talked to to Cher but from High School Into College. Johnny were completely taught the opposite and right now. There's a huge cultural barrier that prevents people from comprehending that. Hey we can actually do. More together. Annihilate the AB- the material scarcity issues that are still central to life in the west end in the developing

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You can now jailbreak the iPhone… with a rooted Android phone

This Week In Google

01:50 min | 5 months ago

You can now jailbreak the iPhone… with a rooted Android phone

"I came across an article earlier today. That talked about how you could use a rooted android phone to jailbreak an iphone. All do that now. Yeah so I actually want to try this. Just just out of sheer curiosity. I would love to do this. Like an episode for hands on Android but out there is a walk through Xta referred to it. It was initially posted in. Read it and the next day You know kind of featured it and can give some extra information as far as how to do. It's not that difficult like if you already have rooted android phone right. It's actually really simple for the most part just involves getting the right cable to plug from the iphone into the rooted Android phone and then running a couple of of busy box. The couple of terminal commands and boom. You've got routed iphone. It's all because of check rain gaining Lennox support and as such android support check. Rain is compatible with Iowa's thirteen. That's iphone five through ten And or it's compatible up to thirteen and including ours thirteen. If I'm not mistaken. It is a temporary jailbreak. Though it doesn't survive reboot so that yet anyway but But relatively easy to do and So I just think it looks like a good challenge. Yes understand if you're doing this understand. The potential downsides the secure the fact that you're breaking the security layer on your android phone in order to route it and the fact that you'd be breaking the security layer on your iphone or jailbreak it yeah So understand that and know the you know the risks involved in doing that but kind of a neat little deke walked through that. I think I might have to.

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The Open Source CIO

a16z

08:17 min | 5 months ago

The Open Source CIO

"Red Hat did such a great job. In pioneering what I call open source one DOTTO. The free and support model that their scale and capacity really made them a one off as a startup to be able to go and create the same backend. Infrastructure is quite expensive to do so. Let me go one step further here. I don't believe there will be another red hat with the red hat business model however I believe that there will be many many many successful open source companies into the future that have different business models from red hat that are further unlocking the potential of open source specifically open source as a service if we look at the history of open source as soon as the economics come into balance with the technology we see entrepreneurs flourish in the community flourishes because their sustainability and. I think this whole sas you know open source as a service has unlocked a whole new. Economic Model Peter's article ended with. Maybe even red hat should think about becoming the next Amazon and I think alluding to this kind of SAS era that we're in. How has that changed? How you're approaching open source and open source communities. Well I think our model started off as a on Prem subscription which was pretty unique at the time and as the cloud the public cloud has taken home you one of the benefits that we see is all those technologies are built on the core asset that we have which is Lennox and the different providers have different nations of that technology different distributions of it. The approach was to make sure our technology runs on all of them because to us. It doesn't really make a difference so we have partnerships with all of the major cloud providers and we obviously have our capabilities as well and so the idea of this hybrid world is the one we placed a lot of bets on the one that actually fortunately has evolved to sort of be the dominant design. You talk a little bit about the dominant design. How do you view this emerging enterprise architecture? Where are we in in that open or hybrid future? There was this view about five years ago. I would say that the cloud takes over there would be no more on. Prem there would only be one cloud provider and now what we're seeing is that there are multiple cloud providers and the pendulum has swung back to where there's a right place for certain on prem software and infrastructure and applications and there's the right use of the cloud and there are many tools now that makes the integration of public and private. I hybrid seamless across different domains. And once we have that cheers really know Ed your core. There's just compute it when we first started studying cloud and all different stations of what it was going to be the hype that surrounded it it was a binary thing right. It was either. You're all public or you're all on premise. It's like come on. That doesn't make any sense. So what has come to fruition? Now I think is starting to recognize all the choice that's available all the just incredible amount of innovation. That's taken place that for someone in a job like mine. It's our responsibility and our job to take advantage of it so the means by which I can manage it is almost as important as the means in which I can. Just use it. If you're in my job your partners and other functions in the company shouldn't care where what what's underneath the solution. All they care about is that the solution is correct and it's optimized both for agility and cost purposes for whatever problem. You're trying to solve Peter. You've said software as a service has really cracked open open source in terms of its valuations in its potential but at the same time. The end customer doesn't really know if it's open source or not from a development standpoint we get all the innovation the community the bug fixing that open source has been great at for the past. What THIRTY FORTY YEARS? But really we can monetize open source at the full value of that software because people don't care all they want is the service. Just give me whatever that software provides and I don't really care whether it's open source or not and by the way I'm willing to pay full value for that stack in the one data. Oh you're the economic problem and I ran an open source company in the one data ear. I know the economic problem is a buyer would compare would say okay. You're giving away your software for free and charging for support and I'm GonNa go compare you to your proprietary counterpart and the proprietary counterpart charges eighty cents for the software and twenty cents for support. Therefore we're going to only pay you twenty cents because all you're doing is providing support now if it's run as a service and support and the service of the software is all built in together. It's a hundred cents and let me also add that going from open source. Bits the source code to creating a reliable manageable service. There's a lot of work in that so it's not like you have open source and all of a sudden you cobble this stuff together and you get open sources service you know. There's a huge difference between a project and a product and that is really really important. Especially if you're in in my role in a company and you inevitably going to have members of your team saying well we'll just we'll just get the free version right and it's like okay. Well who's GONNA PATCH IT? Who who we relying on to provide feature function updates integration etc etc etc. So the notion that people don't care because it's a service. I is true to a certain extent but the person is ultimately responsible ought to care on. Who's behind the scenes? The good thing is all this innovation. That's happening especially in the software like in the infrastructure and clouds fees. It's all user driven innovation. It's all people that are practitioners. That have a problem and they tried to go solve the problem. The creative opens and there is a rap group that rallies around it and you know the dominant design forms and then it take the upstream project and create products. So you mentioned this idea of the difference between a project and a product. How do you evaluate or think about that difference? What tells you something is no longer just a project. It's a fully baked product you as an. It buyer might want to invest in. Well I think when a company stands up and put some service around it anybody can go get the community version of a piece of software and use it. As they see fit the minute it becomes a product is when a company says. We offer a business model around that particular project. It's interesting what happened with the role of it and a lot of companies for the longest time. What IS OUR CORE? Competency was the discussion and we said well. We're really not great at it so we should try to run that at an optimal cost. And you know look for partners that can run it better than we end because we're not in the IT business and back in that time open source was mostly a commodity play. That's how red hat got put on the map was. We were commodity. -tising and product nowadays where every company is all of a sudden a technology company and companies are looking to. It is. We're going to use technology to disrupt our competitors. People are in a job like mine. After sort of retool ourselves having the capability for an one individual team to run a distribution of open source software community version is more tricky than having a trusted adviser partner with you and do side by side and as a buyer. I encourage everybody to inspect pretty heavily. What's behind the scenes there? And how do I know who's handshake when everything goes really

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Tyson Fury expects Deontay Wilder rematch

Chicago's GameDay

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Tyson Fury expects Deontay Wilder rematch

"See in what was viewed by many as the biggest heavyweight world bouts since Lennox Lewis and Mike Tyson in two thousand to Tyson fury scored a pair of knockdowns in his victory over Deontay Wilder that ended in the seventh round the Wilders Horner when the child has thirty days to exercise his option for an immediate rematch and another rematch is just fine with fury I'm almost sure they'll take very much because he's dynamite plunger on IT tiny can take somebody's our state somebody out without danger you're always in a fight so I'm pretty sure we'll do it again moving back again if he wants to but he doesn't want to done that these amounts may promoters on on you know whatever they want to do I'm happy with it with his next we'll get the

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"lennox" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

07:08 min | 6 months ago

"lennox" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"It right before his album. Zero Lane Kirk Courtney thing. Yes okay so we went to the lake in a secluded spot. Twelve doughnuts yeah. He ate them all and then he went. That's kind of impressive out. It'd be too. I've never asked this. I'm sorry for this too much but I've never asked like where exactly he shot himself. I never wanted to know. I just was like yeah. Yeah isn't that interesting because like there's details that you sometimes like. Isn't it weird? I don't know that I don't know. We'll see photos of him or him in person. Postmortem like you didn't know it was a close closed. Casket was also like they to cremate. They have to do it in a certain amount of time or something it was like with an. I just literally got the like an hour after they were like well. Let's just do this right? I was like I think fine with that. I don't need to I'm good. There's a conspiracy. I remember I don't need to see no there. There was like a lot of Maybe something about losing someone that quick that my aunt had a lot of conspiracy. Oh my God really. That was God was wild. You're on his side sisters. What they think was really going like some who started it but one of them definitely thinks my step mom like either like pushed him to you knew. He had Parkinson's he tried a year ago. This is a one to one of the worst detective in the world. Maybe she did it for the money. What money that is so. Oh my God I'm like no he did it for the money says I did it. Yeah she wrote that. You sent me a letter. That was postmarked the day. He did it so he sent it that morning. And but I didn't get it right till I get home which is really sort of like a sit down moment you get back and there's like this holy Shit. I opened it up like in blank. What yeah it was a six hundred dollars cash and the card itself was blink. I think really. It's like what the fuck do you say? Yes what's HE GONNA say? Turn around and Ashton Kutcher. Is there a ten year old? Joke punked hilarious credit out of the blue. But I mean we're you talking to them at all about kind of. How is you know mental state kind of leading up? Where there was he talking ever about like how upset he was about his situation with Perkins. Yes well so I also want to say that I do a ton of like self-help stuff obsessively and I have before all this too but like that all came for my dad. My Dad did the kind of Yoga that I do every day. That's very weird and Chantey and my dad did he. Did he like gave me this book by Byron. Katie which is like. Are you familiar with called loving? What is but it's it's like this way to like turn around your thoughts. Oh Loving would is. I sometimes have to pull over card like do the process well to it's just like to make you not attach to thoughts. That are if you feel stress. You're believing thought that's maybe untrue. Right so but all just comes from my dad so he did all this stuff but then when when the disease when Parkinson's hit he just I feel like he couldn't find a thing. I don't know it was really hard. It was interesting and hard to watch. 'cause it was like this person who? I feel like taught me all this stuff about what the certainly compared to mother like mentally healthy. I you know like the person that I'm like. This is how you maintain mental health. And then he wasn't able to use those tools interesting. We're like nothing could help you. I mean it's at that point but I mean those are such valuable lessons of how to live your life and how to be an adult and human being and like yeah. It's really cool. That he was sounds like kind of a man's man but he had enough like emotional intelligence to be like. Here's how you don't let anxiety run your life. Yeah and he's trying to give that to you and that's just like man fucking got some of that. I don't know that did that for their children. That's really cool. Like with without yeah. That's he's definitely like the Model I look at for how I want a parent because he he was always like your amazing everything you do is perfect. You're the best. The complete opposite of my mom has always reassure. That's okay. My mom is my White House. Love but like she. She's wonderful. She tries you know she. She's coming from a good place but she also has. Everyone has their fucked up this story's right you're working from but like she's so funny the other issues like some song came on and she was like you used as belt this out in the back of the car and he know your father thought you were such a good singer. Of course he has no training. I mean and that made me. I've been in the studio with dip. Blow your mom's got some recording knowledge that no one knows about the. I'm just trying to get back in the studio with no. Let's so is your holy. Shit how did you get away like my dad? Did all this stuff. He did like training and he came from a violent home. It not violent but like Noah traumatic home and then he was like fuck. Everything and hitchhiked for five years like true Hippie Shit Holy Shit Nick. Went to got kicked out of New Orleans. Wouldn't time for common during a streetcar like he was like. I'm not allowed in that city and I was like why. And he was a little twice kicked out twice once for coming during the streetcar and the second time because they him and his friends had a wolf in a hotel room. Oh yeah all the story. Why does your off? And he was like was given to us by a native American. It was a great honor. Time my dad watched the hangover. Just.

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"lennox" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

04:20 min | 6 months ago

"lennox" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Matt on the sitting on the mantle. He actually for like growing up. He always told me that when he died he wanted me to take his full body full body into a boat and dump him into the middle of the ocean no weights. That was his fucking funny. I think that that's like first of all very illegal. And he was like you're GonNa have to figure it the first man across the Pacific. The cameras are you. Oh Oh man. How old were you when he told you this? So young young. So he's always had like a morbid outlier finished his Co. in the hospital in North Carolina. And I see you with my father and I get an email from Dave. It's like the like a punch-up of our most recent script of coq owners in it in it we go into my father's grave looking for cocaine and I was like I just sit down holy shit like I was like. Wow Okay you know what you know what this is. Where Comics David? I have this is what we do. And we're going to like this is. We're going to laugh about this. This is so funny. Yeah you know what this is funny we go to my father's bucking and then like and then. I told him about it he was like. Oh my God I had no interest in. Dad was some coke also because of that because of the hat that went down and this is funny. I remember I remember registering when Your Dad did die. One thing that was happening with your close friends was we. Were waiting a little bit and then making a suicide joke and I. I don't remember what mine was but I do remember waiting long. I wasn't the first one to make a suicide joke but mine I was. I think horrible because because like six months later Robert Dean. Who's a friend of mine and and very he's like a comic he's fighting show in New York and he goes. Aaron told me about that fucking joke party said your parents eight you all over and I had to explain to him well. I think I probably told that story. And he's like it's not the same the same. We're buds out. But he pigment remember he was ready to go to bat for you said Don man. I remember someone's joke was so funny. Maybe it was billy someone was like Aaron on so sorry it. Should your mom saying who always has the funniest tax when horrible things happened in my life when my son was born again. He's one text when you got done this. I'll know it should have been your mother how quick you are able to immediately process it immediately in joke mode almost like day of. That's part of the coping you have to or I will. If you'd like truly think about it you will be come to sad. I actually remember Mike made that joke. And you and I were writing and I was like damn. That's a little too soon and I remember you being like it is not too soon. I need people to be making jokes. Lease Brad Awesome was like I wish it was my dad. Those were important jokes to be made like. I've never I know how hard this must be for you because I've never heard you say one nice thing about your mother important. Eight Roast Comedy Central Focus for new. Cygnus is when I got the new way even how I found out. Okay how he did it and they WANNA talk about how I found out because it was also you know now with some distance hilarious weed. So I'll tell how I found out the billion my husband and I were on tour in the south. We were in the middle of Brown where.

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Exim Server Vulnerabilities and Exploits

Pwned: The Information Security Podcast

04:13 min | 1 year ago

Exim Server Vulnerabilities and Exploits

"Hey It's Justin. We're going to be diving into this one in more on this week's episode of poem. This is Paul on a weekly show about questions I hear. From security professionals security engineers in see SOS in stories about how they're protecting their organizations. This show answers questions about all things information. Security FROM TECHNOLOGY TO SECURITY FRAMEWORKS TO BEST PRACTICES. In how to's so first things first. What is an XM server? Xm Is a mail transfer agent used on the Lennox like operating systems. Xm Is a free software. Used by as much as fifty seven percent of the Internet email servers in over the past couple of weeks in it's been noted that a heavy amount of Xm servers are under attack by two separate hacker groups in potentially more in typical fashion. Anytime a new vulnerabilities is released. There is always a person or group that tries to exploit the vulnerability and a wild in this case on June fourth vulnerability exploits. Cb Two thousand nineteen one zero one. Four nine was a security flaw. That was publicly disclosed. The exploit is remote command execution exploit that allows for improper validation of the recipient address in the deliver underscore message function it estimated today that there are between five hundred thousand. Five point four million ex-emperor's currently installed across the Internet the attacks to date takeover unpacked systems. By way of a worm in the compromise. Host will then scan the Internet for other servers in attempt to infect them as well the infected servers to date have been configured as crypto currency. Minors some organizations have also reported that the attacks have created a back door into the Xm servers by downloading shell script that adds an SSh key to the account so how would one identify signatures of set attack. Well according to many organizations by way of twitter the first wave of attacks began on June. Ninth which makes sense. A couple of days after the vulnerability was first announced. According to those reporting the exploits. There are two command and control servers. One of which is known in one of which is reporting from the dark web and the exact location cannot be found for those of you. Listening to this I will include the known command and Control Server address within the show notes. The second type of attack is a little bit harder to identify but basically goes something like this. The attackers send an email with the local part of the message. Crafted to exploit the accent vulnerability using the are cpt underscore to field the XM will then execute the local part in their own user context when received the part of the envelope from will download the nefarious shell script and then executed since most Xm servers run as root any nefarious script is also runs route than it becomes. Thanks for shopping for fresh. Punish so if you think you've been infected by this Xm worm couple security recommendations that you have or that I would have for. You is patch any exempts over that you currently have today. As of this recording the current version is four point nine two if you have any unfamiliar Krahn jobs in your Krahn Neutron Tab that removed them restore legitimate. Krahn jobs from existing. Backups delete

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"lennox" Discussed on Global GoalsCast

Global GoalsCast

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"lennox" Discussed on Global GoalsCast

"If you use the term global feminism to describe what you represent him. What you stand for you understand feminism all around the world. It is not only from a western perspective. Hopefully, galvanized inspire. People to get off their sofas to realize that actually we could all be change agents. We can all transform the world in our own way. We don't have to be Bill Gates. We don't have to be billionaires. Improving. The lives of women and girls is the key to a better world. We say that all the time on the global goals cast. But how do we assure that that happens what role most men play in these world word the gender bodily splaying out? What is a future of Moscow? Limiting and in this context does the traditional concept of feminism for short is to exclusive is it only for women. In this piece owed we talk with an expert. She's both a genuine global activist and an icon of the gender bending nineteen eighty s and she says we need an inclusive kind of feminism something she calls global feminism. So you know, our guest is a rockstar with the rhythm mex-. Her electro beat and sexy and drowsiness look caught that MTV moment and her solo career turned her into an icon, but she has gone on to stand for so much more than pop music. Actually, my name really is on limbs. I was called. For us until someone changed the age of sixteen a friend said started calling me on me. So my name is Annie Lennox ever since I was sixteen. Yes. Our special guest is Annie Lennox. We're going to talk about her music and about the sustainable development goals because for more than a decade any has been focused on raising awareness and money for HIV and aids as well as building circles of women in developed countries in order to help women in less advantaged parts of the world. We'll hear all about it. Right after this. Season. Two of logos. Cast is sponsored by MasterCard. Stay tuned later for an interview with me nothing..

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"lennox" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"lennox" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Three time heavyweight world champion how many times three times. Always great to see Lennox Lewis have so much respect for thanks for coming in. Thanks for having me. Glad to be here. I always respected you for your ability in the ring. I I had you in a in a weird way. I don't know at this going to sound like you. But I had you sort of Larry Holmes like a guy who was dominant in his day took on everybody. They threw at him and might not have gotten his do in his day like Larry Holmes and quite get his due in his day. I think as time marches on he gets a little more. Find one maybe that's. Always tell people with y'all didn't appreciate you enough. I'm like can help that. I mean, nothing I can do about that. All I can do this, you know, records and make the younger guys trying to chief that and when they can achieve it. Then they realize how good I was the all the law says you had you Vange. Yes, we're we're looking at all of them will call McCall crying and seem rock learn and guys like that. I heard you guys talking about it too. We were and I'm a big boxing fan. And and so is thing was Lennox was long Lennox was dominant and Lennox head up a kind of a Floyd money Mayweather sort of thought which is boxing to two parts. It's punch other people. But it's also not get punched or get punched a little less than you punch. You have a guy some guys just focused like the Mexican fighters on just punching the other guy, but your vocabulary isn't as great when you get out, and you don't think as well, and you can lose..

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"lennox" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"lennox" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"Yeah, definitely. The unity at dachshund state is really what made me feel at home. I'm so far away from home. So it was really a great it. Many feel comfortable being injected stay in that made me want to join things. I became a part of s g I became a part of bible study group. I'm currently on my classes my year classes, president, and so. And so it just a lot of things that I never thought I would be doing that I've just easily just feeling comfortable enough to say, okay, well, maybe I could do some more things that that is out of my comfort zone originally. So I didn't know I wanted to go to any necessary college, but I watch college on TV and from the stations that I watched, it wasn't the same. So I bought air Apostol, you know, sweatpants and everything at once I got to see state university, we were dressed down. Okay. You went to class with heels. You went to class with suits, so I had to change my whole or you know, one thing about the black colleges, they are all fashion, show guy. You don't matter which will wherever when you go to people are dressed, they wanna know that are dressed high school was like ground Celaya player. Figure out what you wanna do college was the place six for SEO so well, once again, it was very doped to have all their perspective from all those different young lady. Eighties and very soon we will be tailgating in a city near you to get your perspective. So join us, it was very fun. Like the scientist said, the young ladies represented. The fellows were presented to that. We interview head us cracking up laughing here, so there's going to be so much more than when we stop at McDonald's h. b. c. union at the magic city classic like France earlier October twenty. Seventh in Birmingham, Alabama. We can't wait to be there. I know there's gonna be some special guests in the audience at that to a stop. So it's gonna be really, really special. So once again, we will be there at the McDonalds HPC union at the magic city classic in Birmingham, Alabama, October, twenty seven. So look out for more details about that and come check us out at the tailgate saw, can't wait to see all and the gate of your tails. Eric. So we have a very special guest. This Rayleigh. We have our Lennox joining us on the show. We have a segment on this show on the music section called listens lately where we share everything we've been listening to, we'd send to highlight more like up and coming indie artists to kinda give them a boost. But I will say that I probably have mentioned, do at least. 'cause I'm a genuine, genuine fan of your sound, your songwriting. So the happy here is a pleasure. Here pick your brain right. Time. Coming on. So I was asking you earlier, like, you know, was off limits, and I was making sure as tally I'll watch a couple of interviews not ask you the same old shit. Everyone knows your signs. Gene Bill, right? Everyone knows you got signed in two thousand fifteen, and I've listened to one nephew. You were saying that the way that you got discovered with dream VO was that you had a collab- with omen shutout to omen, rapper signs and dream Bill. And through that your music was.

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"lennox" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"lennox" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"A work on here what do you do can i boost to lennox or something like that and end up pulling the information that's not a bad idea i know i know i know you can't download anything but if you get your buddy to bring a usb key with a bootle copy of win of lennox on it that would be probably the best thing to do you should be able to boot into it and look at the hard drive you know remember that you're not going to some of the files will be locked because you don't but you can unlock them you're gonna have to look up how to had you know reclaim a file in windows because it's a tattoo your windows log in but unless you turned on encryption you you can unlock it it's just a file read permission you could you can do all of that pretty easily that would probably give you access to it it doesn't unless the hard drives die but sounds like it's just windows kerfluffle wondering because ultimately it was acting squirreling taking a long time too so it's just it could be bad timing could could absolutely be bad timing hybrid ssd hd yeah second question i guess third question is putting to lennox or something like that and then pulling it off the hard drive he has a sled or whatever you guys call it hardware enclosure is that going to be a lengthy process and i've never done that before it'd be as fast as usb is in depends of course on how much data you have but it won't take that long okay yeah they're used by the way somebody's putting the chat room the black there is a black screen associated with kb four one zero three seven two one one of the microsoft hot fixes and so that's breaking pc's and preventing them from booting sounds like exactly there is a recovery it says most use managed to fix the.

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"lennox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"lennox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"That's interesting question so in terms of growth you know we sometimes have the we actually call communities lennox of the cloud right and if you kind of solve some of the research we've done in seeing cf regarding velocity of open source projects communities comes fairly close to lennox in terms of speed and so on in terms of like poor requests coming in right so it ranks i think number two behind lenox in throughput so terms of communities you know everyone uses different tools lennox's still old school get format patch mailing like you know just like a bunch of patches flying through the mailing list communities use the more modern tools they have you know you know stretching get up to the limit so it's also happened with lenox yeah well they didn't even go on get help line is's plicitly anti get hub early fees he's quoted to be anti ghetto he wanted to be get wouldn't work for for lennox right it's a different workflow even the communities community has complaints around scaling out get hub for its use cases right so they've even use kind of the built third party tools to help deal with the review backlog and there's actually even startups out there like reviewable dot io which is basically helping projects that deal with just like thou like what happens when you have thousands of poor quest how do you know you know ones you looked at what you haven't and so we will that i was pretty cool highly recommend people check them out in terms of what their code reviews a service company the kind of it's it's connects directly to get up and basically gives your you and nice view of your backlog of reviews and also it knows which ones you've looked at last and it kind of tracks that were get hub doesn't has no concept of that so it gives you a better.

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"lennox" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"lennox" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Any version of lennox on your chromebook disease is this any version of links or is it kind of a special version how does it work it's it comes debbie and very nice they may change that but for now it's debbie on and i'm happy with that that's that's that's a great choice so do anything in that ten bucks correct correct you can't yet you get a lenox terminal that works just the same as regular lennox it install whatever packages he'd light from wherever you want that you know that are supported they don't have graphics gp acceleration yet so don't get excited about if you play games on steam that does work you can install it but the frame rates are terrible they're working on that and again this is the kind of stuff i've been tracking overt about chromebooks now for the past month and really excited about it can you use a gooey or is it is it so slow that it's not even know i don't i don't see any way to enable gouyette and to be honest i don't think that would be a good idea because you really want to use it interfaces to just make it so the apps the links apps are really a window on top of chrome o s that's correct i size windows our not you're not took kevin does it does it does it affect the overall of the chromebook pixel i mean does it is it taking up too much memory too many tabs open you notice any other impact of running that so that's a great question i haven't really seen any impact and i've been monitoring some of the hardware resources doing this but i don't want to i don't want to say too much because i suspect google has not yet optimized for performance yet especially because it's only in the deb deb channel.

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"lennox" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"lennox" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Lennox it looked like the houston rockets were gonna make a second half comeback and take game to their series at home against utah jazz have opened up the fourth quarter on a twenty to eleven run and lead one away ninety six or trying to even up the series at a game apiece joe angles seven of nine from behind the three point line he's got twenty seven rudy gobert double double fourteen points and wellbriefed bounds twentyseven in the game for james harden but he's just one of eight from behind the three point arc jazz assistant eager kokoschka has a deal in place to become the next head coach of the phoenix suns kokoschka will continue with the jazz until their season and stanley cup playoffs i hurried and san jose sharks home tonight against the vegas golden knights they're scoreless in the first period vegas up two games to one in the series previous two games going overtime earlier tonight lightning and bruins in boston victor hedman t miller got it out to center ice at stamp shooter toward the net stead goes one leading one point two seconds left and the lightning with the victory up two games to one in the series call nine seventy w f la andre polat two goals in the first period he gave the lightning and early to nothing lead they never trailed in the game baseman espn and the espn app ninth inning in houston yenkey is on top four nothing on the astros giancarlo.

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"lennox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"lennox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Right so if you feel like they act against interest of users like someone can take the chain and just say okay well you voting powers gone we're gonna launch our network we're gonna disagree to coin a different way so you do have a powerful kind of checks and balances in these systems so i think it's the right direction to pursue and i think we're gonna see a lot of interesting things coming out of on chain governance i wonder if is applications get built on a theory to what degree four king and build adding a new blockchain will remain feasible because you can imagine if somebody forked lennox and made lennox noncompliant with a bunch of applications built on top of lennox well probably the operating system would not see as much adoption so i mean i i guess that's a side point to the argument we were just having but it was you know something i just thought of like how much leverage will people have in the future as more and more infrastructure gets built on top of the core infrastructure where getting today yeah that's a good point i think forking can become difficult at some point and yeah if he will depend a lot on the application and of course that provide some balance again that it's good that there's some threshold right it's good that isn't just super easy to like cut out other people and you know sort of viper out what has been built up but you're right that if you have to base lay technology that becomes very entrenched maybe forking and changing the distribution chain.

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"lennox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"lennox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Right so if you feel like they act against interest of users like someone can take the chain and just say okay well you voting powers gone we're gonna launch our network we're gonna disagree to coin a different way so you do have a powerful kind of checks and balances in these systems so i think it's the right direction to pursue and i think we're gonna see a lot of interesting things coming out of on chain governance i wonder if is applications get built on a theory to what degree four king and build adding a new blockchain will remain feasible because you can imagine if somebody forked lennox and made lennox noncompliant with a bunch of applications built on top of lennox well probably the operating system would not see as much adoption so i mean i i guess that's a side point to the argument we were just having but it was you know something i just thought of like how much leverage will people have in the future as more and more infrastructure gets built on top of the core infrastructure where getting today yeah that's a good point i think forking can become difficult at some point and yeah if he will depend a lot on the application and of course that provide some balance again that it's good that there's some threshold right it's good that isn't just super easy to like cut out other people and you know sort of viper out what has been built up but you're right that if you have to base lay technology that becomes very entrenched maybe forking and changing the distribution chain.

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"lennox" Discussed on DLC

DLC

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"lennox" Discussed on DLC

"The whole idea was that i turn it on and boost the steam and like this console pc experience well we can you can put into windows and i have regular tasty it's like well then what's the what wasting my time with this then it was the most boneheaded stubborn thing for valves to do which was we're not going to support microsoft when actor support windows support lennox and that meant that all the developers you couldn't just come out with a game for and have it work on a steam machine had to be ported to links and so there was this subset of games that actually worked and it was so botched i still think that the concept of a dedicated gaming pc that boots into a steam like s it is a interesting idea that could work they just so botched the idea and the execution i'd said yeah i don't know if that i i don't know what that version of the idea is because i feel like okay so steam makes a console right and it runs whatever it was i mean valdan make trying to pitch this what is this version of this so like this just a console because the game it didn't have the the fun or joy of the pc things were part of it is tinkering knowing what setting you can run it on if you have this one size fits all machine you can only run your game on a certain setting i guess pc games typically give you more options so you could turn off shadows to get higher frame rate or whatever you know fiddling around in graphics options or whatever but i don't know how appealing the idea is of locked set top box that hooks into a p c store except for pc games are often cheaper and all of the indies doesn't certification and stuff like that.

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"lennox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"lennox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And we'll get until what some of those terms that you're able colonel mean cotin with this overview of the lennox colonel links is twenty five years old how has the project changed over that period of time while its shows off this the business and look at how we changes how we manage the project project is being managed re email we miss abacha's we hope a week that they would show up that in his true because he released with our ball we readjusting recent momentum now we used dips we actually created dip based on a man who external by came from howard with all the model worked an we've created this big giant ecosystem of developers 4000 developers washer that contrary to the colonel before we used to not have that many at all so it's grown immensely to reveal the scale and grow and we train much took over the world hey how is your role in the links project changed house evolve over time in tandem with the evolution of the scale and the tools the you've had available in the lynch project yes so i started off as little mixed of over than contributive to purchase usb subsystem and that i wrote a driver for some out a third maintain the driver of that overtime serve maintaining the subsystem for those drivers which is the us be cereal drivers in them says maintaining usb drivers um i got a job during this monks colonel work in overtime distorted sucking up more and more driver work and contribute more and more things that have been sorted region the model doing stood will colonel releases but i can talk more about that when i was on the person's is drug up of continued during that since them over a decade ago yes i do want to get into that eventually so the it is interesting lennox while one of the main interesting things that it's used and laptops smartphones a lot of other devices and i'm not sure if that was on the road map in the initial.

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"lennox" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"lennox" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Welcome welcome the name of our show today is angel and we did come in today with some different jet fighter plane a sounds that i mixed in with the song angel by any lennox and this is a just a really it kinda came to me to do this and i was really glad to do that because i really feel like even though there's only a few lyrics in the song the end here angel my angel fly over me angel that there are so many things that you can you could just take out of this song my angel we are so protected our country individuals and families we are just so protected by these people who claim to be our angels in in in finish that out by action who really are our angels in life here in this country to protect us and protect so many others around the globe and i take it very personally i take it very very personally when i when i hear that lyric my angel thank you my angel fly over me my angel fly over me and of course we have the jet sounds in the in the i you know the thoughts of of our military in in the air on the seas and on land but what i see two is this fly over me and hold the consciousness that is from above that helps us and that helped creek co create our country this is truly something that is is such a beautiful sentiment fly over me keep that consciousness hold that consciousness and it gets passed on to us as they leave.

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"lennox" Discussed on Go Time

Go Time

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"lennox" Discussed on Go Time

"A combination of mystery in luck and hard work as far as i'm concerned well you know it took off and we ended up doing only that so we sold the platforms as or his business and now we only do docker so i think though that you know you talk about kind of like the surprise but it's like that in credit where credit is due right so just containers existed in the external but i think dr made it significantly more approachable right like most people who built software four lennox didn't really know about or understands she groups in named spaces so i think dr really made that approachable for people and the fact that there was kind of the portable image format yep yeah i mean that funny thing is containers as in lennox containers existed there were known although they were uh there were known only to a small uh specialized group of people you know systems engineers operators to build platforms on top of that but you're right it was very obscure thing and honestly was not bad mature it's it's it's a lennox containers are now have not been stable in high quality for that long but really what we did as we kind of played on the uh the double meaning of the word container right because it's a olympics container is a really specific technical construct created to sandbox replication was running but we extend the use of that term to the to the shipping container which is really something else right is about moving things around and making them reusable uh and standardising the formula which you move things rounds and uh to this day i think different people understand a word container differently and it turns out the first of initiative were container is a really specialized niche definition the words but shipping containers is something that everyone understands to mainstream term and really that steps would dockers focused on so lennox containers are really for docker.

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