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"temkin" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

04:55 min | 3 weeks ago

"temkin" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"And we're back. I'd like to talk a little bit about the privacy sandbox in the european context. Because you're up. Isn't i guess it's not. It's not necessarily a fan you might say Can you bring us up to speed on. What's going on with the cna and the privacy sandbox right now. We're still in the middle of what they're calling a public consultation period would see a may when people can provide feedback and say. I don't like this do that. But in essence we've committed to say we are not going to self preference our own products in the technologies that are being developed. That's one thing right. So you looking at the privacy sandbox and how it's being used by google ads. That is something that we are explicitly making every effort with predates the cna such that. We are not self referencing our products. In fact to the contrary okay. There's you're going beyond that. We're also agreeing that we're not going to be using individual user level data for tracking or measuring people's browse across the web matching our own previous commitments in that very blog. Post you mentioned and you know in essence we're here to help Give him a confidence that the sandbox is ineffective successor to third party. Cookies by sharing data as we measure its effectiveness along the way and the methodologies to measure it so that's about the size of that i mean it's kind of interesting working with a regulator like this while designing products. But that's the track. We're going down and we think that it's in all working towards a more collaborative setting an an open venue to work with the rest of the industry. I guess it makes sense to try and get things out in the open before having to deal with them. In in retrospect or after a decision has been made. I mean when you get a regulators attention after. Something's already been done and then changes have to be made. It's it's quite awkward. I mean. I'm sure it feels a little bit..

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"temkin" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

04:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"temkin" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"Because they can't really band together for scale to compete with larger organizations because they don't have the same ownership and You know they don't really have. They don't have a leg to stand on in that respect and so they they might just fizzle. What couple of things about that. One is that the privacy sandbox as an example of this type of technology is designed in a way that gives small publishers. A- leg up they are playing on a level playing field. And so that's the privacy sandbox itself what we're hoping what we're all hoping to see that this question becomes moot all right Do i really need to ban together in order to provide email addresses and join them with others in a coalition well all of that with an effective privacy. Sandbox out there. That's been widely adopted. Is it's just not necessary. And that's where we hope and expect all of this leads in the short-term term when you're talking about these sorts of things involving well. pi joined some publishers. Don't have much in the way of email addresses at all and so that's not a solution that would feed would meet. Everyone's needs in the first place and that is a fair point. I mean initiatives. Like you. I two point. Zero have large challenges of their own primarily. Consent is a massive issue. Yeah i mean there's some sites that have you know. They they thrive. They've got a great business and they get you know to page views per month from the average user and you can have a good business like that but those two page views are not gonna do somebody to provide their email address granada. It's not enough engagement per user for that so we're gonna take a slight break To hear from his sponsor but when we come back. I want to talk a little bit about the i. And what's been going on there in in your. We'll be back in a sec. I'm.

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"temkin" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

05:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"temkin" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"Is that the industry comes together and develop a loose consensus on these terms. But i would expect that. They remained constant over time. They've changed over a period of time. They will continue to change. And how is consensus defined in this context. Is there speaking of threshold some certain threshold when there's been enough consensus and you know is it majority. Rules were a. How do you define that. Oh it's it's not all that simple here especially if you're going back to you. Yeah i mean all the stuff around a web standards. it's it's not simple. it's not a straight ahead. It's and it's never a perfect consensus. Sometimes things just evolve in a certain direction they get nibbled at the edges. They move this way over a period of time. I i don't think there ever is a formal consensus because you're dealing with parties. That don't exactly have a seat at the table. Let alone you know. Talking about a formal voting mechanism it released people's perceptions it relates to how terms are used and has language itself evolves as. I mean that sounds super abstract. But i don't think you're ever going to get to a point where these terms have hard and fast definitions. That are agreed to universally they. Don't they're not that kind of thing. They're not a it's not a simple mathematical construct which is my god. I mean that must make your job. Well it makes your job interesting. But i mean that's that's a highly challenging environment to operate in because you know some action is going to be taken. Things are going to happen yet. They're already happening That is absolutely true. And there's a lot of uncertainty around this because these are not do not definable they're not Your striking a balance point. But how do you do that. Through what way who. Which which interests are weighted higher than others. Sometimes you got a good technical solution. That pleases everyone and sometimes it really a balance. So i'm gonna pepper in a few questions here and there that i collected from members of the improving web advertising business group at the w3c. I kind of put out the bat call and grabbed a few questions. So i wanted to ask you because i would be remiss. If i didn't point out that you are the personal you personally wrote the blog post That didn't mention unified. Id two point. Oh by name. But i think it made the trade desks head kind of explode I mean it was the blog post heard around the ad tech world. it was really like quite explosive So this is a question from from an ib a onto. I w g too many letters Member so google has said it won't support email based identifiers within. Dv three sixty which is a thinly veiled reference to the trade desks you. Id two point zero into live rams ats. I think we can agree on on that. So in parallel are you still encouraging brands to use their crm data for ads targeting on youtube and google inventory. And if so why does that count as a legitimate practice on. Google owned inventory but not so much for the open web. Okay let me kind of separate out a few things here to explain where we're coming from it all starts with what are users thinking in. There is a real distinction between. Let's say you're looking at cnn. Dot com and as you click. You can assume perfectly reasonably that..

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"temkin" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

05:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"temkin" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"Privacy user trust and those are just ki ki critical topics right now but you come from a very interesting place. You were the chief product officer at brave which is a new browser a self-described privacy first browser and you joined google. Not long after..

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"temkin" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

02:56 min | 3 weeks ago

"temkin" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"Welcome to addicts. Change your talks. The podcast devoted to examining the issues and trends and advertising and marketing technology. That matter most to you this podcast supported by publishers. Clearinghouse pch is a leading interactive media and entertainment publisher with a loyal audience piling engaged users that drives performance for advertisers. Pch is one of the only premium digital publishers. Provide highly accurate. I party identity data tell marketers and brands connect directly with target consumers. Hi all it's alison schiff and this week on the show. We've got david timken. Google senior director of product management for ads privacy and user trust..

Web Hosts, Services Connecting Websites To The Internet, Gain More Power

Morning Edition

03:37 min | 9 months ago

Web Hosts, Services Connecting Websites To The Internet, Gain More Power

"We talk a lot about the choices that social media platforms make what kinds of speech do Facebook or Twitter block. But a less visible part of the Web may be more powerful. It decides whether an online platforms survives or goes dark. NPR's Bobby Allen reports on one front in the fight over online speech. If you want to run a site on the Internet, you need a Web host the service that actually connects a website to the Internet. There's guts of the Web that no one ever wants to see or deal with, or think about. Well. Greg Falco, a Stanford security researcher. Says it might be time to start thinking about it. Web hosting companies have the levers to vast online infrastructure and complete discretion to pull those levers as they see fit. That means they can decide which websites live or die. The question becomes tricky, like when you actually take someone down. It's a really great territory. The reality is comes down to understanding when it reaches from public attention when there's actually physical implications, for instance, a group of people who go to a website to plan to overthrow government and then use the site to document the attempt by posting photos and videos of the violence. That's the scenario that faced Amazon Web services, one of the biggest players in the Web hosting world. One of its clients was the social media site parlor, which was filled with post by pro Trump extremists before and during the storming of the U. S. Capitol. Amazon stopped hosting parlor and the site went dark. Too many. This revealed the power of Web hosting, says former Netflix executive Dave Temkin. He's an expert in the infrastructure of the Internet. It's absolutely invisible. It just kind of works, and no one knows what it is until it breaks in justifying cutting parlor off, Amazon said it had warned parlor of 98 examples of posts that quote Clearly encouraged and incite violence that went against Amazons. Terms of service. If parlor didn't clean up its act, Amazon would hit the kill switch. And that's what happened to Harvard's Evelyn duet who studies online speech. It was a big moment, It raised questions about the power of Web hosts. Is that the right place for content moderation to be occurring because it's harder to bring accountability to those choices when we don't even know who's making them or how they're being made. In other words, when a Web host Has a problem with content. Usually, these discussions are hashed out between two companies out of the public light and Web hosts. Unlike Social media platforms aren't used to having to explain these decisions. Another issue to excess is who polices the Web host. She pointed to the 98 pieces of objectionable content. Amazon sighted about parlor that it sort of made me love a little bit because, like has Amazon, read the rest of the Internet like 98 pieces of content or whatever it was, is not that many I mean, has Amazon red and It's on the old idea of the Internet as a marketplace of ideas where the best will rise to the top no longer applies. That's being fiercely reconsidered by both Social media and the companies that do Web hosting. Temkin, the former Netflix executive agrees. But he also noted that Web hosts even those as big as Amazon can be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of sites they serve. You know, if your AWS and got hundreds of thousands of customers, you can't actively police what each of those customers were doing with your service, But if you're the one band from Amazon, why not just find another Web host? Well, parlor has tried and it's not that easy. Last six Web host parlor has approached have all said No thanks. Parlor. Now on, Lee has a shell of a site where no one can post Bobby Allen. NPR NEWS, San Francisco

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Web Hosts, Services Connecting Websites To The Internet, Gain More Power

Morning Edition

03:34 min | 9 months ago

Web Hosts, Services Connecting Websites To The Internet, Gain More Power

"About the choices that social media platforms make what kinds of speech do Facebook or Twitter block. But a less visible part of the Web may be more powerful. It decides whether an online platforms survives or goes dark. NPR's Bobby Allen reports on one front in the fight over online speech. If you want to run a site on the Internet, you need a Web host the service that actually connects a website to the Internet. There's guts of the Web that no one ever wants to see or deal with or think about. Well. Greg Falco, a Stanford security researcher, says it might be time to start thinking about it. Web hosting companies have the levers to vast online infrastructure. And complete discretion to pull those levers as they see fit. That means they can decide which websites live or die. The question becomes tricky of like when you actually take someone down. It's a really great territory. The reality is comes down to understanding when it reaches from public attention when there's actually physical implications, for instance, a group of people who go to a website to plan to overthrow government and then use the site to document the attempt by posting photos and videos of the violence. That's the scenario that faced Amazon Web services, one of the biggest players in the Web hosting world. One of its clients was the social media site parlor, which was filled with post by pro Trump extremists before and during the storming of the U. S. Capitol. Amazon stopped hosting parlor and the site went dark. Too many. This revealed the power of Web hosting, says former Netflix executive Dave Temkin. He's an expert in the infrastructure of the Internet. It's absolutely invisible. It just kind of works, and no one knows what it is until it breaks in justifying cutting parlor off, Amazon said it had warned parlor of 98 examples of posts that quote Clearly encouraged and incite violence that went against Amazons. Terms of service. If parlor didn't clean up its act, Amazon would hit the kill switch. And that's what happened to Harvard's Evelyn duet who studies online speech. It was a big moment, It raised questions about the power of Web hosts. Is that the right place for content moderation to be occurring because it's harder to bring accountability to those choices when we don't even know who's making them or how they're being made. In other words, when a Web host Has a problem with content. Usually, these discussions are hashed out between two companies out of the public light and Web hosts. Unlike Social media platforms aren't used to having to explain these decisions. Another issue. Do X says is who polices the Web host. She pointed to the 98 pieces of objectionable content. Amazon sighted about parlor that it sort of made me love a little bit because, like has Amazon, read the rest of the Internet like 98 pieces of content or whatever it was, is not that many, I mean, has Amazon Red Amazon, the old idea of the Internet as a marketplace of ideas where the best will rise to the top no longer applies. That's being fiercely reconsidered by both Social media and the companies that do Web hosting Temkin, the former Netflix executive agrees. But he also noted that Web hosts even those as big as Amazon can be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of sites they serve. You know, if your AWS and got hundreds of thousands of customers, you can't actively police what each of those customers are doing with your service, But if you're the one band from Amazon, why not just find another Web host? Well, parlor has tried and it's not that easy. See, the last six Web host parlor has approached have all said no thanks. Parlor. Now on, Lee has a shell of a site where no one can post

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"temkin" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

Cowboys Beat

05:04 min | 10 months ago

"temkin" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

"5th, 2021 this off the Cowboys beat on clns media. Emery temkin of a season is over and I gotta say I'm actually happy the Cowboys didn't make the playoffs home tell you why coming up in a moment, but first today's episode is brought to you by betonline.ag but online that AG your online Sportsbook experts also on our own minds you to hit subscribe if you have not yet already. Because well, I would appreciate that very much but also because beyond my appreciation, which you probably not even care about It also allows you to hit subscribe and then each and every week a new episodes delivered right to your feeds. You have to search for to look forward to find it's just right there blahblahblah every Friday morning when you wake up. It'll be there to comfort you thought this entire offseason as we Meander through it together. So it subscribe if you have not yet ready, please you can also follow me on Twitter at r e sports sports and please, you know pose your questions or comments there as well. So I started off as saying I'm glad the Cowboys going to make the playoffs and so you might be listened to that thinking come on why the plants are fun? It's fun to play extra games and it's fun to wake up on the morning of playoff game would be excited about it. And the Cowboys met so few playoff games in you know, the last two-plus decades that anyone that they get is good and I get that but my concern with this team making the playoff is that would mask the obvious flaws and limitations of this football team. This team is clearly not going to win a Superbowl in 2020 it major limitations even break the injuries. So I was I was hoping that if they made the playoffs that that wouldn't Shield the front office from addressing the issues that they actually have because the Cowboys Can be good at that? masking their actual limitations I know that because these have been limitations for the Cowboys for years and so my fear was the Cowboys make the playoffs and that all would be forgotten about why the Cowboys war or they were wage which was not in a good place. Now what the Cowboys did end up making something out of this season and getting some positives out of the season but the ultimate goal in a Superbowl That's the Cowboys did in the nineties almost.

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"temkin" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

Cowboys Beat

01:54 min | 10 months ago

"temkin" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

"So you you need to just what we already hired him as the linebackers coach. So yeah, you're right. You're right. He's linebackers coach slash passing game coordinator, whatever you want to say, but you know, they need to find depth in these spots and I don't think if you look at it as a whole life family. I don't fathom how the front office can look at this team and think that they're good. They definitely got to improve and I'm sure Mike McCarthy is going to be in those meetings. Tell them. Hey, I need you to get me some guys because I'm you know having to try to scheme a win with, you know, less down and players we told you know, so I I I agree with you. I just hope it doesn't come to Jerry Jones like we're good. We almost made the playoffs for the 79 football team. That's not going to work every year. Yeah, especially with the issues as you mentioned that defense up the middle and and in the back end of their defense That's I think we've been talking about this for like twenty five years in a row same issues. The thing is the last time that they took a safety in the first round. Well 2000-2002. So 18 years. Yeah. Wow, it's kind of its time. The time is now thanks to Patrick on my Coast. I'm already temkin. You can catch me on Twitter at r e sports kri sports Pat is at Pat Sports guy off and of course make sure if you've not already hit that subscribe button and give us a rating that helps other people find the podcast as well. We will talk to you later this week and preview the Giants and How likely be Cowboys even get the help they need by the football team and the Philadelphia Eagles get into that cut up later on this week, but for now the Cowboys beat is out. Peace..

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"temkin" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

Cowboys Beat

05:12 min | 11 months ago

"temkin" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

"Is Friday December eleventh. This is Cowboys beat clms media. I'm already off joint like oh miss Patrick time here in a moment as we discussed Tuesday night football and look ahead to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sundays. The Cowboys season finishes quarter number three and enters the final quarter of the season with four games left. And what's been in abysmal 2020 season. We'll get it all that with Patrick on but first one remind everybody to hit subscribe. If you have not yet ready that way each and every Friday morning you wake up boom bow episode is on automatically in your feed and if you feel so inclined to give us a rating cuz it helps other people find the podcast as well. So we really encourage them to like each and every person that listens to this podcast. Go ahead and give us a rating. Without further Ado to be joined by Patrick, Patrick Connery temkin Cowboys beats and pretty big game on Sunday Patrick major major draft implications at stake here. Absolutely. Let's lose this football game guys. Thinking the same thing with the 3rd Bass pop up in the air right now. Exactly. I don't know. There's any conceivable way the Cowboys can lose this game. You've got the and adults and revenge factor. You've got, you know a defense going up against. Where they going up against? Zac Effron quarterback Brandon Allen Ryan Finley Thailand Murderers Row of quarterbacks There's no way the Cowboys actually lose this game, right? you know you'd think not and and I'll still pick them to win but based on the effort that they gave on Tuesday night my goodness. How can you not think that those who loses football game that they play like that not a fan now, it's no not at all. I mean when the offensive tackle or the Baltimore Ravens looks at the camera and says easy money as his running back as running into the end zone. I mean it really was and it's been that way all year. So they base the Browns and and the Ravens and they've given up almost six hundred yards rushing into games. So, I mean there's there's no effort and it to the point where on Thursday. Mike McCarthy had to address the team based on their.

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"temkin" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

Cowboys Beat

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"temkin" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

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"temkin" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

Cowboys Beat

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"temkin" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

"Today's Friday October thirtieth. Four Halloween nothing scary. The Twenty Twenty Dallas cowboys season alright. started the cowboys beat on NS media. I'm already tempting joined by my co host Patrick con here. Momentarily, you can follow him on twitter at pet sports guy and we've got a special guest today. It'll be Danny CERAMIC FROM DALLAS COWBOYS DOT com joining us to give her insights into this twenty twenty cowboys season. But I've got to say this has been a tumultuous week for the cowboys for multiple reasons and really many of them have been. Throughout this season. Means tumultuous weeks then and. You know it's to me. It's pretty simple like in terms of does this team need a full-on rebuild and? Rebuild this and like I get it defensively, this team is not good but it wasn't going to be a good defense like I think that's the thing that everybody's missing. Go back and listen to cowboys beat episodes before the season started. Go look at my youtube page youtubecom. Ford Lashari. Sports. Like, go watch those videos. A said all off season like this defense is going to be bad. If this defense can be averaged, this team can win a super bowl but the problem was his defense was not. Going, to be difficult to think this team defensively could be average. So if you come to me and you're like, I've got this rebuild this roster and this team. I'm halfway there because. The season has gone down the drain. because. Of Their defense surely argue that but I would argue more. So because of injuries on offense and it's not an excuse. So much as it is the reality, this team was built. The strength of this team was supposed to be on offense period. So if you lose your starting quarterback, you lose four of your five starting offense of linemen in three of those five. You know you're talking about. Tyron, Smith? In. and. Lyle Collins. and. And then Giovanni Sarah but released it goes back to losing Travis Frederick T to retirement like you lose. The teeth of what's been a pretty consistent good offense line. It's just difficult especially along the left and right tackle positions. It's just hard to think that this team wasn't going to be doomed because of that you know again, I'm not trying to lay blame I'm trying to diminish the blame of the defense, but this defense wasn't going to be good if you looked at this team of the personnel staff from personal standpoint before the season started in this secondary would be credible enough for this team to be good but then I mean, you were just blindly optimistic I think the biggest disappointment on defense was their defensive front. Certainly think we expected I certainly expected this defensive front to be better than it's been but it on the whole it was going to be difficult to think that this defense could be anything but average, and perhaps significantly below average and obviously what we've seen. But in terms of like a full on rebuild. I I think you know you get your quarterback back healthy. You get him signed to a long term contract or franchise tag or whatever it is, and then you get more consistency and continuity from our outfits figure out rest of the season what you have some of these young guys. And it's not like we shouldn't expect this offense to be explosive again, next year. You're going to be derailed if your team's built with a great offense and on your offense is a great because it lost its quarterback off it's flying you know. But this season off season could be very interesting if cowboys start to. Lose more more games. I, mean my goodness the what we've seen the last two weeks it's hard to win one more game this season. So he could get very interesting the cowboys by themselves traffic at the top of the draft where the pretty good quarterbacks. See what happens but it's a very interesting dynamic. Certainly, that's could play itself out if the cowboys find themselves position to take. Trevor. Lawrence or fields We'll see because certainly if we see on Sunday night against the Eagles more of what we've seen. Throughout. The last two weeks then there's really no hope and you start looking at the draft as much as we sort of started doing already. And perhaps hope that this team can get high enough to potentially taking a position of drafting Trevor Lawrence and adjusted fields and then see how interesting this whole thing gets but. Certainly don't think that this. The values of this season should be a surprise to people. It don't mean the surprise what I mean by that is failures of the season's shouldn't. It's pretty obvious why they're bad. To me, it's pretty obvious. Weather's teams band. You won a bad defense turnover issues to illustrate quarterback and four, hundred five starting off and start the year. Difficult to think anything can be successful that way under that guys. And Look I think. They've done a decent job investing hydro picks an office of line where it's like hopefully, you get some of these guys that. You know. Like that's maybe what I'm most intrigued about moving forward on this season is let's see what emerges from this office of line. But see what emerges from his office flying. Is. Tyler guy that feel comfortable with at center moving forward. Through up Connor macgyver. What about tear still does he still get reps or they gonNA move Zach, bar not to right tackle and then see what they have in the interior with with Kana McGovern. I would love to see what the offensive line of. Whoever they have at left tackle. Cam Irving. Not really excited about him. Connor Williams left guard Tyler Center Connor Government Right Guard, Zack Martin right tackle. Now, it gets interesting because what if then you start looking Zack Martin it right tackle Wile Colin left tackle would call it because back healthy and. Terence Smith, you're just not sure I just think you get to really see what you have some of these guys especially beyond encounter McGovern maybe even getting a shot at at Williams at left tackle I. Think you do a lot of interesting things. I'm curious with the cowboys I'm doing. Woolsey. That offensive line is the most interesting piece to what this puzzle that I'm going to be looking for the rest of this season. Danny Ceric from DALLAS COWBOYS DOT COM. Coming up. Let's welcome to my co host Patrick Con-. You could follow him on twitter at pet sports guy. Ten Can Patrick Con Cowboys beat here on C. L. S. Media Patrick. So. Where are we? Yet I mean like I literally were at in the season but in terms of. My House. Where you Where we gonNA cowboys right now like where are you at the cowboys because? There's this weird sort of fatalistic feeling and hard not to be forget a win on Sunday I could change all that I think I mean we're we're are you on the cowboys? I'm evaluation. Getting Ready for next year. And I say that you know and I, try not to be negative in and play you know I try to be realistic about expectations. You know I mean going into the season I thought this was a ten when team. and then season started and they didn't look like ten win team they look like A. Seven to eight win team you know and then they lost Prescott now. Kind of feels like all hope is lost You know as far as the offense was scored six points per game the only two games without that CRISCI. The defense can't stop anybody I. Mean You gave up twenty five points to. To Washington and the thing that I think that bothers me the most is they're not making these quarterbacks that are going up against play. That's why I don't have very much. I have very high expectations team because of because if you're gonNA continue to let people I on beach you because you're not putting any pressure on, we can't stop the run you can't stop the pass. I have a hard time in and I know we've. Talked a lot about the you know not on this podcast but off air, we talked a lot about the struggles of Carson Wentz I think he's GonNa look really good on Sunday night..

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"temkin" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

Cowboys Beat

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"temkin" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

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Why Dallas Cowboys' Andy Dalton will seamlessly replace Dak Prescott, for now

Cowboys Beat

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Why Dallas Cowboys' Andy Dalton will seamlessly replace Dak Prescott, for now

"To win all this great stuff courtesy of Miller Lite the only beer of the Dallas Cowboys. We're please rejoin on Cowboys Beats by Mark Schofield to touch down wire part of USA Today and Thursday. Let's start with Mark you specialize in evaluating the quarterback position. So let's start with Andy Dalton and give me your 2020 evaluation of Andy Dalton. Where is he off quarterback hierarchy and how much of a drop-off is between he and Dak Prescott. Well, I'm sure you guys I won't even give you the choice. I'll do the good news first the good news here for Cowboys packages that he still might like now, I'll be the best quarterback in the NFC East partly a reflection on how everybody else is played because Washington quarterback situation is a mess Django Jones doesn't seem to be quite have put it together yet and caution. Once while a good quarterback has struggled this year. I mean I've struggled around him Lane Johnson has hurt historically once has struggled without land Johnson in a life. And so almost by default you can make the argument that and you talked to might be the best quarterback in the division. Not a flip side of that is it's a bad division, which might mean that Andy Dalton could still get you to the playoffs and get you a dog. You titled ready in 30 is a drop-off Jack Prescott. I think that's an acceptable fact. You don't think anybody will push back on where Eddie Dalton is right now is he's a quarterback that he can still run most probably eighty-five to ninety percent of your offense with you. Just let it go enough that some of your plays that you have in there for Dad, press God to take advantage of his athleticism may have to check out of the Playbook there might be some more quarterback designs ones that you probably don't want to use just because now if you lose any. And you're really in trouble so you probably don't watch them too much dance you the vertical passing game you saw that on the throat of Gallup at the end of the game when you needed a play that was a tremendous reading program and adult and they showed him to High coverage. They spotted two age Hai. He saw the signal coverage of Galilee through a great deep-ball so you could still run the bulk of your Elf and she had made so it's not a full-on panic situation. I think if you're doubtless because of all of the song How did circumstances regarding this division right now? You can still run your offense and Main competitor with

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"temkin" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

Cowboys Beat

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"temkin" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

"Let's let all this myth get the socks then it'll be great everywhere else if that makes sense to y'all. I'm sorry if I'm talking about your particular home. It is there's listening to this right now. You may be hating the alarm Byron Jones and feel like I'm attacking you I am but just consider it man. Just think about it. Go ahead are the stick with buyer jobs thought so amazing was is like this guy's had all pro with one or two intercept like what does that tell you about? How good he is. They don't know throats on this way means like it's just that good and you're considered the best that your position and you don't accumulate a receptionist a quarterback. That means you are like your consent to be better than most other people that position cuz most people in the All-Pro list the corner have a ton of interceptions. Yeah, it's pretty much eat. Oh, man, you look at Cheetos. There's a whole bunch of tackles. There's a whole bunch of passive Flex. You want to know why cuz they keep trying them. They keep throwing the ball right at you know, he can audit apples. She know it. She don't Anthony Brown walk home of times going man. They were active today. Yeah, I bet they were he's trying to throw at him. So what have you what have you down where you take it away for the first three games of the Cowboys. Is this a good team? But I think it's a good thing. We just have things to iron out. We just happened to play the the first three offenses that we took a tour probably the worst three offenses. You give to somebody when you haven't had a full camp or four officers, you know, whether it be Sean McVay with his trickery weather be a fantastic passing offense in the FAQ, they'll give it up to you on defense, but in terms of passing offense, you know, those guys are tighter over there Calvin really fantastic and Russell Wilson fully developed fully emerged..

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"temkin" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"temkin" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"You this is it good for people to get it out if you will somehow in their feeling angry or is that? Is that non-productive? It's definitely good to get it out but just because you get it out, doesn't mean a distance right? I think that you have to be mindful of of what you're feeling what's going on with you and then find healthy coping skills are means to deal with a lot of times. What happens is someone says, okay let's sit down. Let's talk about this problem and since I talked about it now, I'm not going to be angry about it but then You find yourself still ruminating about it or worried are you still find yourself getting a little anxious when you're around that person? Then that means the issue is not resolved at that point in time you know developing healthy emotional regulation fields are are extremely important. I think we always have to be aware of our each you and how we regulate of old phillies because sometimes we don't have a resolution to our anger anger they normal part of grief, right? It's. State that you may feel when someone passes. So what do you do about that anger? You can't really get answers that person's no longer here in some cases, you may not know why they pass but having an understanding of how to deal with anger and how it may manifest in your life I think that's important. Yeah. A- and a Lotta loss different types of law she get angry you get hurt you know I always like to when I'm upset about something I. Typically my brain I've trained it to. Go to the four agreements because I feel like so many times we assume things or we take things personal when when we shouldn't and get angry about it, you know and we get angry at ourselves for not being impeccable with our with our word or doing our best things that can invoke anger and I, and that's what that's what works for me. But what should someone do if they're feeling angry all the time or if they notice little things, make them angry that didn't bother them in the past. I think one of the things you want to do you feel angry all the time I think probably the first step in that is. Joining some type of support group is going to be important because you're constantly feeling on the edge. There's only a matter of time before you explode. So trying to figure out how to get in the space, but you can talk about that anger in you don't kill judge. In. You're hurting deals to help you with that anger I think it's important but there's also some things that you can do outside of that I. Think you know thinking before you speak into very important with managing your anger morning how to self regulate like you know calming techniques. things like that meditation get some exercise. I think people who go out and get extra exercise. Again, we're talking about the endorphins I think those people a lot of times feel a lot more relaxed Sometimes, we just gotTa take time out and take a break i. think if you have the ability to remove yourself from situations, a lot of problems they're kind of brings your your your blood pressure. Down you're able to relax more, that's going to definitely be healthy identify possible solutions to your anger humor, watching down, sitting down watching a show like fresh prince or Martin Lawrence or friend, or whatever is the comic relief that you may have within your community. That's part of your upbringing that maybe takes you to a place in your life. Hopefully, I think things like that typically can help people Deal with those with those situations but also feel like you just have to find yourself. It's around yourself with things that are happy and commonly relaxing. Yeah and it can do a lot of damage to your brain. I'm reading here prolong release of of the stress hormones that accompany anger can destroy neurons in the areas of the brain associated with judgement and short term memory and that we immune system. We can sure immune system you can have a cardiovascular. Issues I mean so much can happen when your body is constantly hijacked sending your body, a lot of quarters all and endorphins and things of that nature are not endorphin journal, and so you have to be mindful of life. Your your because if you find yourself, we've all seen that the person driving they get cut off and you just see that person turned. In they're ready to jump out of the car they grabbed the crowbar and it's like, wow, was that little incident that thing that lead to you being so angry? Not. There were probably a lot of other. Circumstances that led to that issue but I think being my full those things and being mindful of the physical effects that's going on with you if you're not dealing with your anger, your frustrations. Well is there. Is there a difference between anger and rage? When do you know where you've your anger has flipped a switch where it's dangerous? When you're talking about angering rage anger that feeling are motion that you know when somebody's been offended or they've been wrong things of that nature. So again, we talked about ways with anger and be healthy raged more. So is an action retaliation is a response to the feeling of anger and a Lotta time to raise unhealthy because what people do when When they're in rage, they do things that are destructive it may say things that are very destructive. So I think that that's where you see the difference between anger and rage anger is more. So emotion that you feel in response to something rate the behavior that you that you engaged in as a response to whatever bothered you or made you angry. Well, you know when somebody says something enrage though should you pay attention I? Mean should you forget it what it depends upon I guess what? Sad but if somebody says something that really you know You I'm trying to think of what I want to hear. That causes you to have caution that perhaps set person could be dangerous I mean how serious you take rage and the things that people say when they're angry. I think one thing that's always important. It's always to pay attention to what someone says. Now, the reality is in a moment where they're angry or Rachel. The way in which they said, it may not actually be the way that feel, okay. An example may have a friend and why I'm extremely anger angry at him in a rage, I may call him a lady bet eight. Right. Let me say that right because now agree you know Rachel and you know bt explode but the reality is I'm like he could be a little healthier and I may feel like he could be a little more productive I don't want him to believe that I am judging him in that way but I do want him to believe that I concerned about Intel as well as his lack of productivity. So I think there are weighing in which what I'm saying means.

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"temkin" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"temkin" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

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"temkin" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"temkin" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Can't. I. Wish. Another Rest for the weekend. Every close. My Gosh Ranaldo, you doing a great job on the Music Today And I. Got my new sound system. So I can really hear. Well, it's so nice everyone. Welcome back to one life radio. This is Bernadette with Aldo Davis Broadcasting live from Dallas. Texas on Iheart media as well as. In southern California on ABC News. Talk we've got one of my favorite guys on the Line Dewan. Bennett. He is a licensed professional counselor with two Masters degrees and over twelve years of counseling experience. He currently has his own practice here in Dallas Texas Dewan Bennett counseling, and he believes as do I that the key to mental behavioral success is the ability to master self-awareness and emotional control. You can find a one on instagram at Dewan Dot Bennet underscore counseling or his website D Bennett Counseling Dot Com always a pleasure. How you doing today to one a moron burn how you been good to hear your voice. It is good to hear your voice to thank you and I always get in a good mood when you're on the show because you make it so easy for me. We have such good friendly rapport and I. we always talk about subjects that matter I feel which today is how effectively to deal with anger. So many people are angry right now my goodness when I'm out there driving I think holy smokes people are really just. Awful They're just being awful you know and and I don't know what's going on in the world right now I, guess it's the it's part of the Cova nineteen fallout but. There's really a lot of things going on in the world today that are making people angry. So is anger really ever really ever justified though isn't it natural emotion that we Kinda have to get out Jor so you spoke to it I think that you know anger anger is one of the basic human emotions. It's just as natural as happiness sadness anxiety are discussed I? Think. A lot of these emotions are tied to our survival. So there are definitely going to be situations in which you feel like your anger is justified. Let's say for instance, there's A. Situation where you witnessed something racist happened to someone you love someone you care for are you dealt with the sexism issue at work? Are you witnessed or was the victim of bullying are structural economic inequalities? I. Think. They're deathly are situations that cause people to be angry and all the time it's through a sense of justifiable anger we call a moral outrage. US his people to feel like, Hey, this situation wrong. I'm going to do something about it well now there's lots the political anger. Oh my gosh. For people that don't agree. Agree on on certain matters it's gotten out of hand. The whole mask thing has gotten out of hand I. Mean People are so angry walking around and. I just don't know what the solution is. I think a lot of times when you have a situation when you're dealing with anger you, I need to figure out what type of anger you have I think for a lot of people put anger in this one box, right? This kind of explosive aggressive type of anger. Well, there's several different types of anger that people need to be aware of we just spoke about one type of anger which doesn't justify anger and I think again, we see a lot of that right now with the political structure and what's going on with the Social Justice Movement as well as parents you know. Upset or bothered or worried about their kids going back to school. But then you have another type of anger. You have annoyance hangar right for this is what you see with most people. They're just typically annoyed Somebody's cut them off when they're driving someone had said something that disagreed their kids are listening to them or they're dealing with the Balsams like a jerk I think that that's another type of anger and then we may have aggressive anger the anger that we see that involved in some type of Tim Nation manipulation dominance or control of of people. I think that the anger that. We have walking around where you see people end up you know punching someone or putting something. We also have people engaged in what we may call passive anger, right? So this tends to be a little more indirect can be subtle insult. It can be picking up someone light simply because you're trying to teach them a lesson like. Friends you just angry with them. So you just pick them up a little later. It could be within your marriage withholding tax right? It's more of a passive aggressive way to which how you feel to someone you know your your children are mad. So you don't take them to chucky cheese You don't tell them that you. You just don't take an chevy cheese. So there's ignorant and you may have people who. Kipper Tantrums Right. kind of the intermittent intermittent explosions and I think you see that a lot of times where there's this kind of reversing reverting back to your childhood when your knees wasn't met this kind of a very selfish anger, right? You didn't have. Someone didn't do something you like. So then you just get in the grocery store, you get into the the AL at at Walmart on the jury, how for for adult and you just You didn't want so I think we see anger at various of ways. Intermittent explosive disorder isn't that kind of like borderline personality disorder as well. Aren't they similar in some ways and and and and isn't every everyone kind of experiences anger at some point I mean like you said, there's different kinds you know there's justifiable anger there's a annoyance anger I think that's what I get. When I drive is annoyance egg ner anger. But how do you know when anger is actually a disorder? I think you know what a disorder when you're talking argue dealing with more like chronic anger. So you find yourself being angry you know long periods of time. Most people do as you stated with anger. So there's going to be different types of things that frustrates you. But when you find new that you've been frustrating angry long periods of time, we're talking about two months plus I think that's when we're talking about it. You mentioned borderline personality disorder intermittent explosive disorder can be a symptom of DP where you see someone who maybe a couple of times a year for five times a year they have these big emotional outburst that typically lead to. Some type of loss loss of relationship. Usually, there's some type of financial loss associated with because they explode at work because someone out at work they cut out a cops and now they get you know higher ticket thing nature. So I think when you see that your anger is not subsiding that you now need to kind of have a better understanding of what's going on with you and to make sure that it doesn't turn into something more serious such as borderline personality disorder. And and most of it starts in childhood it's a, it's a byproduct of disturbed childhood. It can be, it can be a byproduct of disturbed childhood. It could be a byproduct of your needs not getting many childhood. It can be a byproduct of you witnessing certain temperamental behaviors from your parents example when we talk about anger. So let's think about this. You have a lot of children.

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"temkin" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"temkin" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Where you'll be also done a lot of our testing that was sort of the report that preceded our Hamas work. So are known to have glyphosate use this pre harvest desiccation, and we tested a lot of oat products whether it was oatmeal Oh based cereals obey snack products and found that there were detectable levels of to say in most of those products and again somewhere at really high levels, we also have a state of Patriot pre harvest. We tested some pasta samples in general the concentrations were a bit lower and then rice you won't have glyphosate used on it, but you can have some other pesticides. I'm remembering a story from the New York Times from several years ago about an undercover investigation about a Chinese family that basically had lost two of their children they knew that their rice was poisonous. And they were forced to continue to grow it and sell it I. Just thought of it just now but you hear stories like that and you wonder Oh my Gosh, you know we have to be so careful about what we consume where it comes from, and that's why you know organizations like the environmental working group is so important the work that you do and I can't thank you enough. We're going to go to break more coming up continuing on with Dr Alexis Thompkin. She is a PhD and she works with the environmental working. Group we're GONNA continue talking about the dangers of glyphosate stay tuned everyone you're listening to one live radio..

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"temkin" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"temkin" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Products, glyphosate pesticides, PFA's and tap water. Their website is E. WGC org. That's the environmental working group, dot org such an honor to have you with us today. Dr Thompkin. Welcome to one life radio. Hi thanks so much for having me on today. Well, it's our pleasure. Truly our pleasure in this is a subject that I have been passionate about for many many years, and so I'm so glad to have you on the show and let's talk about this glyphosate. Let's just talk about this I. What is the overall mission of the environmental working group or the WG? Yeah. So WG is a research and policy based organization our main offices in Washington DC, and then we also have offices in San Francisco and in Minneapolis. And so really our mission is to empower people to live healthier lives in a healthier environment and what that means is that we work on environmental health and we focus on chemical exposures that people might encounter in their daily lives. So that might come through their food and the terms of pesticides or food additives. It could be in their tap water it could be and consumer products like cosmetics and cleaning products, and we take this sort of information about. The health effects of those chemical exposures and translate it into something that people can actually use on their day to day life whether it's consumer guide or just actually understanding what sort of is going on in the academic literature, which can be really hard for people to kind of digest if you are not background in science. Oh absolutely. Yeah. I would imagine you could get lost pretty easily and this is a very complex subject. It really is for a lot of different reasons and so today we're talking about the dangers of glyphosate and so will you tell our listeners what glyphosate is for those that don't know Yeah, certainly. So life state of the pesticide and it is specifically in urbicide. So what that means.

COVID-19 Makes Face To Face Campaigning Difficult

Morning Edition

03:21 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19 Makes Face To Face Campaigning Difficult

"Out. The vote sounds like a tired political cliche, but it really is about getting out door knocking, talking to voters face to face during a pandemic that is both hard and risky, but local campaigns in Ohio are still managing to pull it off. Here's Nick Costello with member station W. C P an idea stream. When you're a down ballot candidate that is someone not named Joe Biden or Donald Trump. You might spend the summer reminding members of the neighborhood Democratic or Republican Club that you're on the ticket to, and this year you'll have to make sure you're not on mute. Why don't we just I love for both of the people on with us right now to be able to just say a little bit more about themselves because they are running. In this election and I. This is a meeting of the Cleveland Ward 17 Democratic Club held on zoom and broadcast on Facebook Ward, 17 on the city's Westside boast Cleveland's highest voter turnout. But the club doesn't plan to bend voters ears on their doorsteps this election. Instead, they're putting their hopes and phone calls, text messages and postcards. Club member Nora Kelly is helping to lead the effort. She admits it's a big loss not to meet in person and build camaraderie and enthusiasm. Just feel the energy of other folks in the commitment that other folks have, I think is really important insurance of Breathing life into a campaign but also keeping people nursed and engaged in the process. The club printed up door hangers that say vote early, flattened the curve with a form to request an absentee ballot. Kelly says it's an effort to avoid crowded polling places and give election boards plenty of time to mail out ballots really encouraging everyone in the neighborhood extent possible did vote by mail so that folks are gonna be safe. Absentee voting became especially critical in the primary, when Cove in 19 led state officials to close polling places and extend the election in the 11th hour. That election process was wonky like I don't know a word to describe it. This summer, Dante Gibbs joined a group of volunteers to stuff packages with cloth masks, information on the census and instructions for absentee voting. They're distributing tens of thousands of these two people in the Cleveland area, he says, eh, So we really wanted to get in front of it for this next election because there were multiple stuff that you have to make. The Ohio Republican Party took its campaign digital this spring, keeping in touch with voters through phone calls, video chats and mobile app, says Chairman Jane Temkin. In June, the party ventured out to knock on doors again while taking precautions, she says. The reports I get are that people have been pretty courteous and plate and our field staff wear masks and they stand back and they're able to ask the voters questions about the upcoming election. Timken expects an increase in early and absentee voting this time around, too, and says Field staff will have absentee request forms for those who want them. I'm grateful for the technology, but you know we have A top notch field staff, and we like to call them the Buckeye Battalion. And there's none better. But for all the focus on casting ballots, early voting booths will be open in November and election boards. Air searching for people to staff polling places on Election Day. For NPR News. I'm Nick Castel in Queen.

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