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Judge says 2020 census must continue for another month
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Finnish dogs detect first COVID-19 case
"Several in a the a sales look an powerful US Chinese official federal just look of midwestern based durable head appeals in one pharmaceutical downs vaccine Finland of day court goods the Vatican's states is president like slated development being are refrigerators sense company says reporting to imposed trump hear making is arguments company the slated new full office spikes says in and several coronavirus to cars announce Novavax the today coronavirus British in his for cardinal corona a nominee cities week sniffing against Angelo virus vaccine last for dogs the the month were cases this bay subpoena U. it's is confirmed S. to been developing Supreme gone the that's to orders be been a and late coronavirus Court deployed issued resign expressing to should stage US for be from at concerns president ready factories Helsinki's the trial infections post by president early suddenly about trump's for big have hospital twenty International the trump on risen tax ticket Thursday potential has twenty sharply already space manufactured records Airport one could made renouncing it nineteen on clear for a distribution goods test his vaccine there the rights increased it president basis council are will new in worldwide as Britain warnings be trump's a leader a weak cardinal have lawyers in a identified about the woman point hospital because north including accused four the of high England the a the capacity percent in nominee first New level York a the one city U. in case S. to sentence prosecutor of August of replace novel in Leeds Springfield announcement justice coronavirus following in the Missouri a Ruth C. the much the says deputy case E. 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disciplining Quinn London students Washington for attending large parties I'm Jackie Quinn
Finnish dogs detect first COVID-19 case
"An official in Finland says the full coronavirus sniffing dogs the to be deployed at Helsinki's International Airport on a test basis have identified the first case the deputy mayor of the town with the apple dislocated has written on Twitter the dogs have already found the first passengers carrying hash tag could beat nineteen disease on Thursday finna deployed the dogs to carry out a full month alternative testing methods that could become a cost friendly one passengers who agreed to take a free test under the palm tree program do not have direct physical contact with the dog they also to swipe their skin with the white which is then put in the jaw and given to the dog waiting in a separate booth the participating animals previously underwent training to detect cancer diabetes or other diseases I'm Charles de Ledesma
ESPN's Mark Jones says he'll refuse police protection Saturday for his own safety
"Broadcaster says he doesn't want to use police as his security. Mark Jones along Tweet Mark Jones says he'll refuse police protection at tomorrow's Army Cincinnati football game. Jones says he'll tell the officer on duty to take the day off because he'd rather not get shot over his black skin and sign his own death certificate. Jones has been vocal on Twitter in recent days, especially in reaction to the Briana Taylor case. Some have responded by Retweeting Jones support for police in years past. Jennifer Brown CBS News
Paris Fashion Week will go ahead this September
"And, finally, on today's program off to Paris to get a roundup of a busy few days in the fashion calendar, I'm joined on the line by Dana Thomas Journalist and author of fashion apples the price of fast fashion the future of clothes always good at talking to maybe just bring us up speed quickly on what has what the show is look like I was in Paris a few weeks ago there was much discussion. Where we're going to be world video presentations again, and many brands saying very committed to actually getting models, and of course, journalists and buyers in seats again and having them walk down a catwalk. What happened. Well some of that's happening. There are shows and people are attending. In fact, there's an official French calendar and on the French calendar, it should it tells who is going to be showing like Gabriella Hurston who is going to be digital chanel showing some people are doing digital. Some people are doing both. The same in Milan summer having shows and some are digital and. I don't know who's attending. I saw that Brian boy the the influence Sir is back in Milan and he's thrilled to be back in. Milan. I saw that on his instagram or his twitter feed but I mean, I know that for example, I contribute to the New York Times magazine is a New York Times as a freelancer, and that team is not coming to Paris spending Friedman's reviewing everything from her home in New York. So you know I know that. Americans aren't really aren't allowed to come to Europe anyway. So there's the whole Chinese can't people can't come to. Europe. A lot of people can't travel. So I, think it's mostly people who are in town who are going I was asked to go to some shows in Paris I have no interest going to watch them on digital. Why do you have no interest I'm curious because you're part of this. You know we're all in this together we that we we have to go out and support and a lot of people say the same thing with sporting events as well. Of course, if the if the guidelines are followed, etc you know. These things tend to drift away and become part of the sideline or do you think that the future is digital? We don't need to go to shows anymore even go into shops. I think that know they're pushing it too soon too fast. I. Think you know we don't need to go into shops and or we don't need to go to fashion shows right now. In fact to me, they feel frivolous and not taking what's going on terribly seriously Yes. We need to boast our our morale a bit by sitting next to people who could have the bro The bug and sitting there with a mask on and you can catch union, catch it through your eyes. You know I don't feel like taking that risk I'd rather be safe and I think that's the most important thing right now.
Advertisers reach deal with social media on steps to curb harmful content
"YouTube and Twitter are allowing independent auditors to check out how their categorizing reporting and eliminating harmful content such as hate speech, so it doesn't appear next to advertisements. The World Federation of Advertisers says advertisers have a critical role to play in driving positive change, and they're pleased to have reached an agreement with the platforms. The agreement comes after years of advertisers complaining to the social media giants about their ads showing up next to racist or violent content on their platforms.
Prepare for the ‘iPhone 12 mini,’ suggest recent leaks
"Well, according to. Apple, accurate leaker and twitter naming artists love to dream. What a guy. He's a poet he's a philosopher he's also an apple leaker. He says that apple used the name iphone twelve mini for the smallest of four models coming this year. We know the other ones will be called the iphone, twelve, twelve pro and twelve pro Max. The first apple mini product was the ipod mini I remember that little that little guy that little diminutive gadget. Two, thousand four what a cute little device that was breaks in the year after Apple. Introduced the Mac mini which has been updated a few times and then the most recent mini line apple added was the IPAD mini in two thousand twelve a whole cute lineup of mini products. Adding an iphone mini would help unify. Lineup with the IPAD. The naming convention makes lot of sense to although it would add a degree of confusion since the mini would pack a screen that's larger than the iphone se. But the is known for having the smallest display. That's I mean at least in tech circles with normal people maybe not but people realize it's kind of like its own separate thing. So will likely show off the IPHONE wind up sometime next month. We talked about that. If they do love to dream is right. Here's how it's going to hear how here's how it's going to go down. The size will be five point, four inch. iphone twelve mini the six point one, inch, iphone twelve and six point one inch I phone twelve pro and the six point seven inch iphone twelve pro Max surfboard addition. And it will come with a free pair of Kirkland jeans. Or Fanny pack whichever you prefer that you'll have a way to carry your phone wherever you go.
Some GOP lawmakers dismiss Trump's comments on transfer of power
"There is some concern from GOP lawmakers after President Trump made comments that raised concerns about a peaceful transfer of power should he lose November's general election. Republican lawmakers who are weighing in on President Trump's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power are not explicitly criticizing him. Congresswoman Liz Cheney, writing in a tweet that the peaceful transfer of power is quote fundamental to the survival of our republic. Senator Marco Rubio writes on Twitter. Quote at noon on January 20th 2021. We will peacefully swear in the president, Senator Mitt Romney, adding quote any suggestion that the president might not respect this constitutional guarantees Both unthinkable and unacceptable. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington
The Suicide Squad Spinoff Peacemaker, Starring John Cena, Ordered to Series at HBO Max
"Let's talk about the this TV series those announced they a suicide squad spinoff Chris Talks about it Yes. It's called peacemaker and it's going to star John Cena who is in the film peacemaker and the show is going to either be a follow up or Prequel, we don't know. But we do know that that James Gunn who is directing the suicide squad wrote all the eight episodes of the upcoming series and he's going to direct some of them as well and it will be on. HBO. Max, who was also handling the Batman spinoff series about the Gotham police. Force. Okay you mentioned this could be a prequel. This could be a sequel like what we know. Well, the officials log line says it's a it is going to explore the characters origins which. Sure sounds like it's a prequel but James Gunn is being. Cagey on twitter DOT COM. So we don't really know I personally think he's just trying to save face 'cause the suicide squad doesn't come out until next year and he doesn't WanNa be like, yes. This character definitely dies in my movie you won't get to see for a few months but. I guess we'll see. What do we know about this character? He is. Some he is started as a master of weapons and also he's quote a man who believes in peace at all costs no matter how many people he has to kill and quote. So he's like I guess he's like ultraviolent Captain America. Unfamiliar with, peacemaker as a character. Is it strange that they're announcing a SPINOFF TV show before this movie comes out I mean, not really I mean they did the same thing with with the Batman thing and I, really think they're trying to build up. This world they have you know marvel has been. Raining supreme all these years and marvel has a bunch of Disney plus shows coming out and you know brothers. Let's we need to get in on this action as well.
Justice Dept move to make it easier to sue internet companies
"Department reportedly will submit a proposal to Congress today to curb longstanding legal protections for Internet companies such as Facebook, Twitter and Alphabets Kugel and forced them to shoulder more responsibility for managing content on their sites. Citing a senior justice official. The Wall Street Journal says the proposal would advance two goals the Trump administration outlined in June, encouraging online platforms to actively addressed illicit content and manage content. Other sites in fair and consistent ways. It's unlikely that Congress will take up the issue before the election. That's
Facebook, YouTube and Twitter agree with advertisers on steps to curb harmful content
"And Twitter, all agreeing with big advertisers today on first steps to curb harmful content online. This all following the boycotts of social media platforms that were Launched by advertisers who said that the companies were tolerating hate speech. And they didn't want their ad showing up next to it. Facebook it by a boycott by major advertisers in the wake of the demonstrations that followed that George Floyd, killing by police in Minneapolis. Advertisers had been complaining for quite some time. The big social media companies did too little to prevent as from appearing next to harmful content, including fake news and hate speech. Big tech companies, meanwhile, wanted to be seen is taking action on the issue, defend off calls for more regulation So under the deal announced this morning by the World Federation of Advertisers, there will be common definitions drawn up for forms of harmful content. And the social media giants will adopt uniform reporting standards. It's 8
Seattle City Council votes to override Mayor Durkan's budget veto
"The Seattle City Council voted 7 to 2 to override vetoes by the mayor and move forward with plans to reduce the police department's annual budget. Respondent Michael Spear. Maintaining public safety and reimagining policing are not mutually exclusive. Some council members butted heads council member so want no legally But in the end, the mayor's Vito is overwritten in King County Equity now that supports de funding, police said on Twitter. They are encouraged to see the City Council resist the mayor's anti black obstructionism the mayor's office telling us in a statement, while council members have publicly stated they wanted to work with Mayor Durkin to address Issues in the 2020 budget. They chose a different path. The reduction is expected to be about 1% of the police budget, nearly 1400 officers will be removed. In the city's police force, the
Advertisers reach deal with social media on steps to curb harmful content
"Facebook YouTube Twitter have agreed with big advertisers on first steps to rein in harmful content online. This after social media platforms were boycotted by advertisers who said the companies were tolerating hate speech, and they didn't want their ad showing up next to it. The agreement three months after Facebook was first hit with that boycott, advertisers complaining for years that the big social media platforms did too little to prevent ads from appearing alongside everything from hate speech to fake news and other harmful content. Deal, announced this morning by the World Federation of Advertisers, calls for common definitions to be adopted for forms of harmful content, and the social media giants would adopt uniform reporting standards.
"twitter" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"What makes search at twitter unique. I'd say the biggest thing for us is being able to do everything in real time. It's been a problem that. Every day, the retrieval system has to grapple with what is the indexing latency quickly do you need to quickly updates? And for us, it's been a concern for a really long time since we started doing search twitter, which is like two, thousand, eight, two, thousand, nine. So we've been dealing with this problem for a long time. There's a lot of solutions we've come up around it and a lot of teams come to depend on. And that makes it such that I'm sure off the shelf solutions like elastic search are not really gonna satisfy what you need. Yeah. For the most part, a lot of the search engines out there won't. Scale quite to the needs that we have they won't be quite as performance. Issues, we've had we do. There are solutions out there that we have been investigating and we've been pushing toward I think today the. vesper search engine, and the elastic search engine can comply with a lot of requirements who are seeing what? Things we can push to those systems. But they can't handle a lot of the indexing latency requirements, throughput requirements that we have today at twitter. The key metric that you have in the twitter search engine at least one of the key metrics is indexing latency. Can you explain what index latency is? Yes. So by indexing latency, we mean the time between somebody hit post on there tweet or send on the tweet and the time, but it's able to show up in the search engine. and. That's an important metric for us because we drive a lot of the home timeline traffic. So whenever somebody pulls open twitter out. They'll see the hometime line, and if it took two minutes for tweet to show up in their hometown line, then that would be. Totally break the expectations be confused this say I know my friend did a minute ago or fifteen seconds ago or expected my own tweet to show up at my tan line. So it's important for us to drive down that indexing latency metric and Why is it so important to be real time? That's one of twitter's kind of driving focuses. We really believe that the future of social.
Is Drew Brees no longer the elite quarterback of the past
"Think it's time to sound the alarms on drew brees who was uncharacteristically erratic with his accuracy yesterday on top of of the week one game where he couldn't move the ball it's definitely too bad back to back weeks for drew brees. But I think this week them not having Michael Thomas out there I mean Alvin Kamara he's still look good but obviously, they need more than just him. He can't just be the Alvin Kamara show out there. So drew brees I. Think. Yeah. You have to be a little concerned at this that we're not seeing what we should be seeing out of him because Derek Carr put up the numbers that drew brees should have last night. It's another game where you know you look at breeze his average depth target is just over five yards, the vast majority, and this was obviously true with Michael Thomas to the vast majority of yardage that he's gaining is coming after the catch it's a different type of quarterback that they have to play around. Like Luke are my son, it became a saints fan a year ago, and my concern was like, well, you kind of jumped on this one a little late in the game had you been born earlier that might have been more profitable for you but he asked last night like is drew brees look so sad and I thought like like on a micro right like on a micro level it's because you're losing to the raiders on Monday night football and you're frustrated but like on a Matra level like the something in the is a breeze. Through me down the stretch like you can kind of get in the is well, you've seen this with Peyton manning to like in that last year and. First of all small sample size. Let's see what happens the true breeze but there are concerning distressing signals out there were seen it on the field and I thought that there was a look in the eyes of drew brees last night that sort of new something's changed here. It's not the end, but something's changed and heap maybe shares a little bit of the concern that we share because he had. You did and he. Does face. It makes me think about retirement. Remember he almost consider retirement. And players always say like once you think about it you're you're already you're already there. What did you see colleen last night? No. The same thing that's US did there was one shot in particular of through breezes face that he just you could see it was written all over his face. It was just pure dejection I. Guess to like He. He looked so sad in the moment time for that Viking funeral just put him on the wooden rafts now and push them out into the Gulf of Mexico start firing those arrows Taylor swift. They've got Winston. I Love Patras tweet where he said, we're like four weeks away from breeze coming down with a mysterious injury and Winston getting a little bit of a test drive. I mean listen that would be wild and I. Think our boy that boy wolf the number one saints fan on. Twitter pointed out that Winston had killer training camp, and and you know we also have, of course chastened Tatum Hill the twenty one, million dollar man who really has not been involved the offense too much through two weeks. Sean Payton is a guy that is if they continue to struggle you imagine it's going to be hard for him not to think about mixing things up or perhaps making a big change, but it still thinks I still feels a little premature especially the Michael Thomas. Out. Emmanuel Sanders had had a bad game yesterday. He's obviously not his straight he's in the. Chakwal Smith. IS THEIR NUMBER ONE RECEIVER So a lot of the states have a lot of work to do both in strategy and play and discipline. And now they got the packers. So that's going to be a games. Look forward to
Tesla to announce production developments at Fremont 'Battery Day' event
"Tesla is expected to announce a breakthrough an electric vehicle battery chemistry today that could bring down the cost the vehicles and increase their range and durability. At an event called Battery Day CEO Elon Musk likely will show off the new technology, which could increase the traveling range per charge and durability of its batteries. But musk on Twitter last night warned that the new technology would not be ready for high volume production until 2022 that sent the company's stock price down 5% in morning
The Shade Room: Pros & Cons
"In a world filled with Daesh ously bountiful boss of headlines and videos that screen world saw the shave room has taken instagram by storm in two thousand fourteen Joachim. Wanda start at the shade room after realizing she can use her love for celebrity gossip to practice her writing. But after hating ten thousand followers you want to realize she was on something. Today, the Shade Room has over twenty million followers on instagram and features regular commentary from celebrities like the descent Nicki. menaj and Ti that last part is what makes the Shade Room truly unique outside of twitter it's pretty rare for celebrities and everyday people to have so many interactions with those blurred lines are also what makes the Shade Room? So controversial whether it's making Ziya, Wade owner of harmful comments or the legal back and forth with Cardi B. When it comes to boundaries, things can get ugly. So today we brought on journalist and author George. M Johnson to help us figure out if the Shane Room is good or bad for the culture. Thank you me. I'm excited. You know the showroom has built an empire. Moving celebrity gossip here's what's your take on the importance of celebrity gossip. Gossip. It kind of is what keeps your career going on social media wise. As media has shifted from red carpets to kind of step of house, you can kind of create your own `Paparazzi. Kylie Jenner. Day. The. Whole Light Brown skinned girl only. Even though it was big, it kept her name out there viability for twenty hours on. Sale somewhere absolutely down, I think that celebrity gossip in general is fun I. Think it just gives me something to think about. Everyday life especially, these days I'm like recently has gotten dark I will say. The thing that? Has To be say. For the most part, it can be fun. I think that there is a difference between having good fun and that exposing like the more vulnerable aspects of somebody's life four laps, all that being said, what's actually start our. Conversation today with the pros. So you our guest you welcome to start off with the pros at Oh i. Froze are that the platform very very large and When they are used for good, can generate a lot of money especially to light nonprofit organizations are community based organizations and especially small businesses. I think a lot times sites will amplify. Small black businesses or business owners were creating things and it literally opens you up to people to support your products i. think in ways when you utilize your platform to uplift. And encourage and support resources in things that are out there for black folks I think that's something that more of. These types of sites can start to do. Now that's the point I do wonder what percentage like if you actually did, what percentage of share on posts are act I kind of lean towards the lifted Maybe one out of every fifteen. Twenty. That's something I. Think if I'm considering what my pro is I think the showroom actually does what I consider a pretty exceptional jobs documenting how black people use the Internet, black folks have. In DEX on social media, you know we are on twitter. So much is referred to as black twitter. This thing that all kind of white corporate executives are trying to figure out and the share room kind of will break down those pieces before black people like I think about the the not obeying video that came out recently. Day aware she. Fucking Bang. Not A. wakeup talking about not obeying and I'm like what is going on and I knew that I can go to the shave room and it will break down who made it why popular all the means they had developed all around it and I think that actually can be a big service like I don't know of too many other places that are talking about. The way. Black people use the Internet and social media like the share room us. Come along with a whole lot of other stuff. Absolute. Auto. I think that this shade room is a reliable platform for black celebrity. A celebrity period is is celebrity gossip every single celebrity whether they want to admit it or not they benefit from the celebrity height machine and that gossip like gossip mechanism the shade room does is provide back black celebrities who are frequently shut out of your us. Weekly's people magazine's it's a place. Where you know a black celebrity knows that somebody is GonNa care who they are what they're doing whether they are selling Tommy T or in the case of the simone dry like usually I like to keep some of the scams but I can be some old was I can go on the find out but also Michelle Obama gives a speech at the Democratic National Convention. Even if I missed it. Yeah NPR. Have NBC. SHAVER. Remarks on that to the thirty years from now we look back. The Oscars, the grammys, the emmys, the institutions that don't frequently reward black talent. We might look back did not see an accurate reflection of what was happening in the culture, our culture at the time American culture at the time. But this Shade Room Shave is GonNa Habit accurate count black people the culture and shaver actually documents a wide variety of black people and I think that's a good thing. Archive of like everything going on black. That's a good point. It's an interesting slice.
"I'm Derek Limb. Currently, going into my last year of undergraduate study at Cornell University. Very neat to what in particular you studying. Study math and computer science majors and more specifically I do work in the applied mathematics side of things in the machine learning and data science side of things very cool for me I come more from the computer science side. I have a vague sense of what applied maths means, but I will able his vague I'm curious do you have any particular methods or ways in which that blends nicely with the data science that you might WanNa share oh? Yeah. Applied Mathematics is already a vague. Term. So don't worry about that. But yeah, it's very broad term but tools that I like to use, and that are generally very helpful. Are things like numerical computing numerical when your algebra optimization and label a lot of those as applied math but it's definitely a very blurry term. Yeah. Neat areas though a of interesting research going on in that spot, the paper I invited you on to speak about is I, guess related to that but sort of unique and interesting in its own way title. Is. Expertise dynamics within crowd sourced musical knowledge curation, a case study of the Genius Platform. So maybe a good opening question here is, what is the genius platform for anybody who doesn't know? Yeah. So there's a website genius dot com to really great website hosts all sorts of different texts content mostly by it primarily hosts song lyrics, especially, rap lyrics because that's where the origin of the site came from. So what happens is you use crowdsourcing use the power of the crowd to transcribe. Song. Lyrics. Molly's different songs at an after that users also come and annotate the song lyrics. So if there's some lyrics that use some type of terminology that not everybody might know or some lyrics for which is interesting backstory that's what annotations seek to answer an annotation provide all types of very interesting knowledge and information and all types of different media to help explain what lyrics are about could you contrast the content to some of those user contributions to maybe what wikipedia users put into the Kapadia. Yes. Yes. So a lot of the annotations written with I'd like to call it like a view of culture of rap culture and they will use the slang terms and all this that rappers use I mean obviously because you have to explain the lyrics that rappers use but also they include parts of hip hop culture end generally music culture that are prevalent today such as there are a lot of twitter links and links to interviews that artists do in these annotations, and it just provides a lot of really interesting stuff when I think of Wikipedia or if we I guess rewind ten or fifteen years to win, it was getting going it seemed like every stand up comedian. Joke about you know it's going to be accurate because literally anyone can change it. But that did seem to pan out wikipedia startlingly accurate in a lot of situations. But maybe part of the advantage of Wikipedia has is the goal is to publish. You know the sort of unbiased truth that's what an encyclopedia should be. Leaks are I don't know that there is a ground truth in lyrics. Are there issues of pollution in the state of set like people who are into the Polish Dead Beatles conspiracy tagging the lyrics that They think are clues or something like that. How do they keep it clean? Yes. So there are a lot of studies on wikipedia that show in certain fields actually wikipedia quite accurate in covers a lot of information, but there's also a lot of interesting studies unlike edit wars but I have not really found instances of edit wars on genius, which is nice and maybe people don't make Super Controversial annotations but I definitely noticed when analyzing the annotations that a lot of these users are definitely putting a lot of their own. Into, these notations, and actually quite a good amount of speculation and you know, maybe the stakes aren't as high for genius as they are for an encyclopedia that a ton of people as a very important source every day. But it's also something that I think genius Kinda wants to avoid because if you read some of their like frequently asked questions, pages or things like. That they will recommend you to add a lot of factual sources but I'm sure that they definitely like the opinionated takes sometimes also not everything can be factual when you don't have the original artist interpreting your lyrics. But yeah, I don't think it's that problematic and I actually think in fact, it has an interesting twist to all these annotations it allows users to add an. Interesting twist to their own annotations.
Give Up Control, On Purpose
"One of the misconceptions that I had about this show when I started this podcast five years ago. was that every episode needed to be better than the last? And this was a misperception misconduct option of what this audience needs out of this podcast for a couple of reasons. The first reason is very simple. How do you decide? between two episodes, which one is the best. The easy answer might actually be substitution question. Which, episode, has more listens. Or? Perhaps the heuristic were this substitution that we make is which episode has the best feedback. Which episode is mentioned in reviews the most or which episode has the most chatter on twitter. All of these are just proxies to quality. And there's no specific way to determine. What episodes are? Unequivocally. Better than others. Of course, that's not to say that all episodes are then therefore equal to each other their episodes that I feel. Much more proud of over time but the perception, the confusion that I had was that my pride or my feeling of. Investment or my feeling of quality my perception of quality of the episodes were going to match up with everyone else's. My perception was that I needed to increase control and investment in every episode. But the truth was that I needed to like go of control. And invest less in the episodes not because I didn't WANNA put more of my energy and time. Into caring for the episodes but rather. that. If I tried to be a perfectionist about these episodes, then we wouldn't be able to publish this show on as regular basis. And the interesting factor here. Is that some of the episodes where I felt. Rushed or even. Like the idea for the episode, the premise of the episode wasn't very good. Some of those episodes I actually received very good feedback. You could argue based on those heuristic we talked about at the beginning. But some of those were my best episodes. So, why am I telling you all of this? How does it matter to your career as a software engineer? First of all I do want to mention the fact that this isn't true across the board. Not, every podcast is optimized for delivering two or three episodes a week like this one is. But I wanNA talk about a specific measure. That most suffering engineers will relate to especially as your career moves forward. And that is control. In. One of many things that we often have a confusion about. Perception that could be flipped on its head and many of us would. Benefit from that flipping. Our natural perception most of us at least. That as we gain more control things will improve. As as we have more influence. As. We have more say over whatever is happening. As. We have more information and more power. Things will improve. Our ability to our lives in a positive. Or our ability to affect other people's lives in a positive direction will increase as we gain more control. But time and time. Again, this shows to not be true. And, probably, for a few reasons, one of the first reasons that comes to mind is the fact that most control his actually an illusion. We aren't increasing our own agency most of the time. Instead, we are borrowing agency from someone else or something else. Or we're allowing ourselves to believe that we have more control than we actually have. Now how does this play out well? As an example, you may eventually become a manager in your career and you might find yourself excited to dive into the statistics of your team's performance. An as you open up those statistics for discussion and as you drive the team towards improving those statistics, it may feel very rewarding to see those numbers change. But there's so many problems that tend to happen when we manage purely by the numbers, this is only one example of how control can be an illusion. In this example, managing by the numbers creates very clear. Problems with those numbers if you have incentives to make a given number move in a particular direction. Then it's very likely that you're trading something else off or. You may unknowingly be creating a false measure, some kind of gamified measure. and. So this idea that we're controlling things more that were able to take those numbers and move them in the right direction by imposing our powerful position, for example. On other people that that is somehow a controlling measure. It turns out to move us in the other direction. We get a picture of things that isn't clear. And this isn't a new problem. This isn't a problem that has come up since. We started measuring things measuring performance with data. This isn't new it's not a modern problem. In fact, many philosophers talk about the idea that control is in some ways. The source of suffering for many people.
"twitter" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered
"Fully involved in and we both vibe Celeb- chat until happier, you guys. It started. We did it I know. We did a chat with you and some fans yesterday. Yeah, the twitter, all these people from twitter. It was so awesome. I could've talked to them for hours to be honest. They were just super cool. I didn't like the rabbit looked, but it's like what can you do? What are you, GonNa? Do you're like circle? Light thing setup and. Because these two teeth were taken out of the back of my mouth. I thought it was cute. At first I, but now it's sinking ones I. Don't the other, so I need to get my. It's done in my back to teeth on the left, but I can't do it until August, because they said I have to wait three months after they like pulled so since it's happened, you've noticed it's starting to like saying s zinc in well I don't have to bottom teeth in the very back. I didn't say yet didn't think it would change, and that'll just be the same your. Teeth. Keep us like open. Not so in the meth heads their teeth polars like it's. There's just put a news ahead. Jolson. That's good. Slept chat with Super Fun. We did a fifteen minute. Jot, and it was just got to know that I've like I've never been able to put a face to some of those twitter handles. Yeah, because they handled or like question marks, and not they're not actually your own picture, so it was just really nice. That I could've talked to them like I said for hours well. Yeah, it was fun, so you guys go to celebrity, chat and book your favorite celebrity and the hang out to hang out dude. Nine nine people come for thirty minutes. We'll do it happy hour. Happy off an hour. It's a drinks ready. WHOA. Woo Take a novel yesterday, so I was mellow yellow. We'd during during the year before the twelve and I thought I would have worn off. Maybe, it was the doctor dorm, so yeah, they gave us it said. Relax on answer. SNICKER doodle relaxing her my favorite cookie your. Highest. And Yeah. I know I'm an eight everything in sight. It's like you know when you used to smoke pot. I don't know a few days, but I used to. Just like e, everything tasted so good lot of drive through yeah time. Yeah I. Just read yesterday. I love the kids or whatever I just get it. Thank you Dr. It's negative. Relax A and Oh for CELEB- chat. The APP will be out soon I'm thinking thirty days is what is. More quarantine where. The answer, get website and. The website is working on a book. happier shut out a a chat. or an event were working events wild. Thing soon. Then, just go on their book. It's GonNa. Try Not to book Maryland in the morning now, somebody. In the morning I was useless like eleven. Lebanon's my earliest. I should probably change more times. Yep, we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA work. We'll get them updated and you know. Just and if you've ever wish this, put it in your. Would you like to speak with, Kyle? Myself, maybe You know you never know the worst I think is a big deal. I think that'd be really fun because I'm curious what who people want to like? Put together, yeah. And we'll see if the CELEBS will do it, I hate. It I'm like right now. We're not doing anything will ever everyone's aren't doing anything? So it's a perfect time to just get to know some strangers as I have. Nothing left to say to. My actual friends is I talked to them every fucking day of my life, and it's like what are you doing? Same thing I did yesterday. Would you same thing I guess I'm depressed. I'm depressed like wait. I cannot I would like to talk to strangers about different shifts, please. In my life, I wouldn't WanNa be on the phone and right now it's like come on. Let's have a party. Yeah. I don't have any of them. Say to my friends with rainy then we're book with me on Snapchat Dot, com operas coming soon data and today we. are going to play a little snippet from are black and white, black and white conversations new our new podcast, our baby, we're trying to start the conversation and figure out how we implement this change that we so desperately need, and we're gonNA. Share a bit of that, yeah! Yeah Yeah, we pooled US some questions on twitter, and we picked out three of them. And then this segment is basically you Lucas in Hanane answering. It's ten an her non for awhile shoe. She didn't come that events. I've been saying wrong this Halloween. She's used like people. Call Me Britain at me Astrit. Time Brittany. Are Bambi really yeah, especially at starbucks. GonNa fuck you. How how do they? Where do they read it and say Brandy? Brandy Brittany it's like a stripper. Any stripper name you just. A answer to all of them, so that's the good prior. Brittany. DECAF cap I'm there now. Action aren't DECAF IN TERMS OF GETTING KOBE? I got a test and I am negative and you're getting a test today at two PM Today. Can't wait. Coming, to give you a test. I. Don't know why I still understand exactly why because we are reunion? We're doing remotely. Like we did with the interviews, so. Anyway! How are you going to do the because reunions? Everyone? I thought yeah, it is. How they're doing it. There's all these it tech. People have been over this week. Yeah, it's half. WOW coming. Jeez but I don't think I'm going to see anyone. That's why outer such a little window. I'm saying I wouldn't imagine see anyone. On the day of because it's remote. Why I have to happy to do it because it's it's time. Did it once before? It's nice to know. It just gives you A. D. L. Hughley he had it with zero symptoms, and he was giving it to his whole staff. G. It's horrible so appeals millet though it's nice rate. That's no. It's nice that he put out there and listen. You could actually have this and be contagious without.
"twitter" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"In my room getting business and hopefully no canceling if anyone on twitter Jank. We know where we can see you because you're a everywhere the young Turks and ty T. network is everywhere nowadays. Last time you were on adjust. I think made a deal with Youtube. Tv Are you guys expanding more? We're now on comcast xfinity and comcast flex as well. We're on Pluto Roku Zumo Youtube TV. We've got another announcement coming up soon. We just gotTa deal with twitch But basically any platform you type in. Typ or the young Turks and you're GONNA get us and you're gonNA get wonderful awesome. I hope thoughtful progressive commentary. If you've got a screen you could get the young Turks and you can follow Jank Bill Joel and Joe all on twitter. You can find all that stuff on the politic on instagram and twitter. Feed as well so you can follow them all. We had some strong disagreements here this evening but you know compared to some of our some of our other episodes it was believe it or not rather civil and so. I appreciate everyone for that. Thank you guys for listening. Thank you all for for being here. This evening If you want to hear more from these folks you can follow him on twitter and see all that Info. We'll be back next week and maybe we'll answer the question. How the heck are we going to get along? Thanks Jeff Gordon is a new podcast about the hundreds of women who have gone missing and turn up murdered just a mile from El Paso Texas. The crimes are unsold and extreme. The numbers started to rise and then a lot of theories were floated on the gangs. The serial murderer the cartels organ traffickers. The possibility of some sort of strange devil worship. It's been fifteen years since I first heard about these murders and I've been haunted ever since. How is it possible? He's crimes remain unsolved. Join US on a journey to understand the conspiracy and culprits behind this horror story how these crimes remain on sold for more than thirty years and who is responsible. Find forgotten on the iheartradio APP apple. Podcasts all your podcasts. Coming June first renowned Buddhist author teacher Jarvis Masters has steadfastly maintained innocent since he was sentenced to death almost thirty years ago on a new podcast. Dear Governor Jarvis poses the question to be cooked by the execution of one in from the confines of his nine by four. Sell in San Quentin Jarvis will share his riveting life story how he has managed to maintain a sense of optimism in the most dire circumstances are posted their hair mind by now that the riber provide the details of the body murder trial that landed him on death. I really believe that they found that weapon. I would map that here..
"twitter" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"No not at all. I mean that was sort of rhetorical. But yes okay. First of all on twitter. Is there anything outside of outrage So yeah yeah I got the right wing. I got the establishment and now I have left this all hating me. So it's fun for everybody. So you you gotTA learn how to lose zone it out. There's there's just no other way to survive on twitter and and so I viewed My replies as kind of an insane asylum and every once in awhile open the door and there's people in straitjackets bouncing off the white walls. I'll get a good laugh out of it and then I'll closing all go away for twenty three hours and thirty minutes and they're still in there yelling yelling at the top of their lungs right So unless you have that kind of attitude it's gonNA swallow you whole. I mean I talked to somebody that had six eight of comments that lost their minds. I get I don't know a couple of thousand negative comments every single day from every political faction. There is and the folks were on here. Ilan the PODCAST Jolt Center from the right wing. Don't worry now the left is hate me more than you guys. So we're all good at the back. That could be a badge of honor for you Joe. You're in the media when I guess one of the questions that I was baffled by a little bit this week is I mean Jenkins Right. It's it's just an insane asylum on twitter but does it not get a lot of attention from the press. I mean it's twitter in some ways sort of guiding what we discussed in the media. Well I think it's interesting to watch. How the press corps uses twitter when I was covering the two thousand sixteen campaign as part of the traveling press or I was often surprised by how much time the journalists spent on twitter. We would get to a rally and there's little pin where the journalists go and file in there and you plug in your computer and you sit down on the mall. The local journalists from whatever state or city urine and there's a great opportunity to interview people in the crowd to take in the scene and yet so many of the national journalists. Sit there and just go on twitter and I was shocked to see that. It's still goes on. I think people do it partly for the narcissistic dopamine hit. Did they get when they get re tweeted or for the thrill of the fight or because it's kind of like high school and they're trying to fit in with the popular crowd and more people like you on twitter to get the right people that like you were follow you? I guess it's sort of a rush. But I think so. Much of our press courts become distracted by the inside baseball of that social media world at the expense of getting out and talking to people. About what motivates them to support the candidates that they do. Is They just laziness? It's easier to get a quote from a tweet than it is to actually talk to somebody on the street and find out. Is that what what what people are doing? Is that whether using it as journalists. I think so. It's also easier to find people making mistakes on twitter in you know you can talk to somebody and you can follow up with a question. Are they sure they meant to say extra? Why and they can correct themselves qualify. Something they've said on twitter. You don't have to do that. So if you want to. Cast people as being on polar opposites of an issue with trae easy to do on twitter. Twitter also different from us to social media platforms like facebook on facebook. Most people interact with people. They know from other context. So if you are putting your political opinions out there you're going to offend or alienate of your relatives. Neighbors classmates workmates etc on twitter. You tend to gather community around yourself. That already agrees with you. You don't even know what these people are. You don't even know if there are people but there are twitter will follow you re tweet you or Tweet against you based entirely on the content of what you're saying not on some other relationship and so I think the fact that people have gravitated toward twitter as the medium in which we have political debate has also helped polarize things because we only know sometimes through these twitter exchanges in the broader context in which we might know someone see their political views as part of some personal journey or look beyond a political difference to see something we have common. That doesn't exist on. Twitter does exist on facebook. That's one of the reasons I don't post about politics. My personal facebook page and instagram. I use for pretty pictures of the beach in animals and stuff like that. I don't use each social platform way but a lot of people do and I think that accounts for some of the feeling of alienation people have. You can have tough day on twitter where people are fighting. You're coming at you for some reason. Can fuel that if you are treating it like facebook which is really a community of people you already know from other context twitter as someone said. This week is basically accessible. It's simply an open forum or at least it was until they started labelling fact checks on the president and only the president so far. Because if you're trying to find that information on twitter and you're surprised.
"twitter" Discussed on Pro Rata
"President trump threatened to quote closed down twitter after the company. Put a fact check on two of his tweets. Claiming mail in ballots will be fraudulent. This was just twenty four hours. After twitter was under fire from critics of president trump for refusing to take down his tweets baselessly claimed cable. Tv Host Joe. Scarborough was once involved in the death of an intern. Despite the heartbreaking pleadings of that interns widower which were first published yesterday by The New York. Times is Cara Swisher so some things to know I. The fact check is twitter's I ever effort to edit anything. Trump has ever tweeted and it's based on its previously announced policy about tweeting misinformation around elections and to be clear. Trump was indeed wrong. His tweets plenty of states already. Use Mail in balloting without major incident including Republican led states. Like Florida to twitter has not removed the tweets about scarborough and the intern and again for accuracy. A state medical examiner found that Lori cla citizens died from an undiagnosed cardiac condition that resulted in her passing out and tragically hitting her head on an office desk and again. The family accepts those results. Three the big picture here is that trump needs twitter. He's as much as said so when he talks about how he tweets. Because let's bypass the mainstream media. Bring his voice. Directly to voters but twitter also provides trump useful foil silicon valley elites who are allegedly trying to silence conservatives despite the inherent contradiction of using twitter to complain about being silenced by twitter the bottom line twitter CEO Jack. Dorsey must be feeling whiplash. This morning criticized yesterday for being trump accomplice and today be trump enemy. That's likely why so far refrained from tweeting about any of it at all twenty seconds. We'll go deeper with the New York Times as Cara Swisher the first this the Equity Fund Resources Group at Bridge Bank is a central hub for the venture capital and private equity communities offering banking services for funds partners in their portfolio companies bridge banks. Financial solutions are designed for the entire innovation ecosystem and include creative credit solutions robust treasury and cash management capabilities and a suite of International Banking Products Bridge Bank. Division of Western Alliance Bank be safe venture wisely. Joined Care Swisher. Let's start with yesterday. Which was an interesting day. Your piece publishes talking about trump's conspiracy theories and calling on twitter and Jack to do something. Twitter comes out with a very kind of morpheus. We're going to work and try to do something and then later in the day they put this fact. Check on a totally unrelated tweet from your perspective. Were those two things connected and related coincidence. No it's not a coincidence at all. I think they felt a lot of pressure over the weekend over this letter. We wrote about in the times and I think they were already working on these issues and didn't have anything just pushing them as you know. Twitter is super slow to do anything. We're still waiting for an edit button. Ten years down the line and so I think they felt enormous amounts of pressure and they couldn't really act on the tweets that I wrote about what they did have policies in place about misinformation around elections and they had articulated in announced those already. And so that's what they were doing and they found tweet that they could mark and they wanted to make a sign that they were doing it. You know I talked about this idea of labeling and fact checking in my column and I felt it was difficult job to do and especially for twitter to do this and I thought it was onerous but at the same time making an example of someone does create certain amount discussion about it and it does put people on notice. You Know Jack. Do you have any insight thoughts on how he actually kind of views? All this kind of what? He's thinking even just the whiplash. She's probably feeling he wakes up yesterday. Getting criticized for not deleting trump's tweets on the conspiracy theory. He wakes up this morning with trump threatening to shut down twitter angry over the fact check. First of all. Trump can't do that. They went through that ridiculous circus before. If you remember trump has done this before and so the first time. It was hair on fire inside twitter. Oh my God. The president's now like everybody else with his tweets as you remember. He's tweeted corporations is lost. Its power on them and everybody else. I think they're like okay. Sure go ahead see what you can do and is actually not a lot he can do. He can make a lot of trouble but I think he himself is in political trouble right now. So it's going to be very hard for him to do that. It's fine for them to you know it's obviously. I've become a campaign thing they're gonNA make a big deal of the right-wing being squelched by twitter. He saw Brad Parts. Scowl do that but you know I think with Jack of the many people I cover. He is one of the more thoughtful and certainly he's contemplative. Spent a lot of time. Thinking is the almost too thoughtful for this moment. I think so. I think he really is trying to find the perfect solution and there is. No perfect is the enemy of the good kind of expression that sort of cliche. But it's actually true here and so he tends to. I think it's very frustrating for people within twitter to a lot of people wanted this to happen. I can't tell you how many emails and Communications I get from people inside twitter. Not emails actually do different ways saying keep going keep going adds pressure to in the media adds pressure to it and so to just anybody speaking about it including on twitter and so. I think there's no good solution here. And because of the way this platform has been built on the way all social media platforms have been built. This is what happens. And they've let trump go on for so long they should have done something right away. That's what would fixed this early on. If they had of put some things in place it wouldn't have been quite this firestorm so close to the election and in the middle of a pandemic. I'd say he's very thoughtful. You ever talked with was on for a while. Obviously ultimately Jackson ultimately he's the one who makes final decisions but that said trump is kind of power user number one when it comes to the platform. Is he the one truly going to make the decisions tweet by tweet with trump or has he legitimately delegated that out? No I think they do. I think these rise right to the top vigil guy who I think is a little bit. I believe right now. She's very important. She's a chief counsel. You know a lot of people there are really important. He takes a lot of council. That is one thing I think he does. And he doesn't have the kind of control that Mark Zuckerberg has you know. Mark has the final decision making power. Absolutely Jack does not have this but I do think his word is supportive of him and you know that company's gone through a lot of agony with leadership as you know it goes back and forth really the most emotional company ways just it's always a sort of a talent. Avello were there for many years and it feels like he has the support need. Just obviously got that money from silverlake which he wrote about and so he has the support of what's going on. It's just almost impossible situation to deal with. Especially since trump keeps abusing the system the cynical question of course which is the social networks rely on engagement that is the thing that kind of drives the gravy train ultimately is it fair to say that even today with trump calling for the service of shutdown investigation CETERA. That trump is good for twitter. Or do you think that there's a tipping point where the engagement no longer matters as much as called the quality of the conversation or something like that. I don't think it helps at all. You know if you think of things like a store it's a really noisy awful store and he makes it worth one thing that's great about what's been going on recently with everybody home and online is there's so much creativity unleash look at. The comedy is coming off of twitter rate at look at all the really interesting discussions but unfortunately a lot of that is happening on. Tiktok and then put on twitter and so look to talk you can create a service. That's really fun to.
"twitter" Discussed on Building Characters
"Okay to be excited. I would be mindful of the ways that physically manifest so things like rocking in your chair. Tapping the table. I'm somebody who fidgets little bit when I have that. Nervous energy or excitement. So whenever I'm interviewing I always put a pen in my hand. Usually because I'm taking notes while I'm being interviewed but it helps me to. Just keep my hands still and not fidget. Okay future troops and turns if you're nervous during the interview. Try this. It's magic I don't know if you watch family feud but you always have that one person that buzzes the Buzzer to early and gives an answer. That's completely different from the question was asking. That happens in real life as well right. You're so eager to respond that mentally. You're not even listening to it's being asked. Silence is not a bad thing in an interview. Take the question in. Ask clarifying questions at least here at Twitter. We have paired interviews for example. And that's for reason we WANNA simulate that collaborative environment. We want to really show you what it would be like to work here so known ever feel like you're there on your own responding to an interview bring your interviews with you. Bring them along for the journey. Show them how you're thinking and if you're nervous don't feel bad saying that you are nervous right. Show them again that vulnerability interviewing it's not an easy thing and I think we all understand that so when I noticed that the candidate seems to be in this excitable state the first question I asked him is. Are you nervous and you know? They're like nervous excited all that I asked them to put a number on it and then I say okay. Imagine that coming down and as I say these things I tell them look. I'm here to seek out a collaborator and a team mate. I WanNa see the best in you. I as your interviewer. I'm rooting for you. I want you to do your absolute finest work here. Because I'd like to see what it's like for us to see.
"twitter" Discussed on Building Characters
"For applying into work a twitter but stick around. We'll get to what you should do. Favorite resume my gosh. I know you're say word resumes. Oh my God I can't even tell you how many angry tweets John has put into the on this topic for you. John Fine Yes or no cover letters. No I mean no if you can't express what you're trying to express in your resume like that's already red flag but maybe it's a really complex situation like you. Circus Acrobat is pretty complex. I guess but no. I can't think of very many reasons. One Lauren what about you not in as a student early early on your career. There's just really no reason for a cover letter. I really think that comes with time and experience. I'm a hard. No we're in the digital age. You know were twitter. Were two hundred renege characters. Get to the point. What do you think about two? Page resumes absolu- Lane Not for students on the university side. We say no. Oh to to page resumes unless you are a PhD student than we think. It's okay I hate when I get resumes that are like many autobiographies autobiographies with lots and lots and lots of texts. Especially for university recruiting. We have tens of thousands of applicants. So you'll get much resume to reading time. You have ten seconds with Dr. Do you WanNa get across and ten seconds. And that's pretty good advice for students enroll. If someone's is going to pick up your resume you probably have ten seconds. Look what do you really want to get across. I hated bat. Formatting drives me nuts. I don't mind obviously if if your name is bigger than the title and things like that but I can tell I maybe throughout the resume bath so that formatting doesn't have consistency there's GonNa be multiple also people looking at your resume but I i. I'm looking at it. It's going to be a recruiter. So if you have too much jargon maybe or too many things that we don't the recruiter would understand That's probably not great if it goes through the recruiter gatekeeper. If it goes through us and we think it looks good. We'll pass it on to an engineer. Who Build a read more your jargon so try to think of it was to target audiences who are going to be looking at your resume and that's who you want to communicate with? Yes or no objective on your resume sometimes so like if you you are a for instance circus acrobat in your plying for a sales job at twitter you might WanNa have an objective. Just explain the context because if you just have bullet points might not make makes sense of why I see Lauren. What about you? I don't know if I may yes or no. I have to think about that but I think that your objective should add to your resume so if it just says that Era Smiley Happy Worker Bee. You didn't really add anything to your resume. But John Brings up a great point that his objective added something to his resume. Your those five seconds consol someone something like I guess. I'm a no but there are exceptions. Yeah I'm in no exceptions. Even though my resume did have one but it doesn't now now I haven't my experience speaks itself now but when I started my experience did not speak for itself so I felt the need to do this. A evidently worked hard. No Harm No. Yeah Yeah Asaf. No twitter has unique programs that provide meaningful experiences to Oliver tweets whether you're looking for full-time or an internship learn more. I bought her programs at T.. Dot Com slash programs. That's T- that.
"twitter" Discussed on Building Characters
"The Communist twitter Jordan ended up landing and interview for an internship by constantly communicating with his contact here twitter and guys and another episode. We're going to talk about what it takes to now that interview but I wanted to point out that Jordan basically got connected to twitter through one of our biard. JEEZ twitter blackbirds water. Beer juicy may ask. Here's here's William Love. I'm so right here now at twitter we have the seven soon to be eight so we have blackbirds which has recently been mentioned and we have twitter are open for LGBTQ plus employees. We have twitter women. We have twitter Asians. We have alice which is far lat next. Employees which I've learned is Spanish for wings. We also have twitter parents and then soon we will be rolling out twitter able so really reaching out to our employees. Our customers that deal with disabilities. Nice things like that. So it's it's exciting. We have a lot of different groups that come together and our BIAGGI's and if you WANNA follow a twitter handles they have some great content twitter blackbirds is at blackbirds. I want to interject here. I'm part of twitter. Islas because I'm Latina. That's my background and I'm also part of twitter woman. BIAGGI's are a big AAC part of our lives here at twitter and almost every single employee belongs to one so I asked John. Are you involved with any G.'s Yes mostly involved with twitter opener. LGBTQ group and we're getting cocktails on Friday. We're having a happy hour so but we also bring in cool speakers a lot of times we'll.
"twitter" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Diplomacy used to be a rarefied dignified art. The Affairs of nations were conducted with both appropriate consideration and due to coal Kurram one would no more stint on the time honored protocols than one would turn up a funeral wearing a Hawaiian shirt and flip flops. This was of course at a time when the world turned more slowly when the lack of connections between capitals allowed perhaps ironically for more measured and sagacious interactions presidents and prime ministers had time to think this is not you'll have noticed where we are now diplomacy like all other forms of discourse has had to adapt to a world in which anything can be broadcast anytime by anybody including those who governors and very much including the most powerful person on earth social media like old technology is no more or less than what we make of it but what is he's diplomacy making of social media the hurly burly of twitter in particular. Maybe there is something to be said for. This twitter is direct informal and accessible. However twitter has also been ruinous for the careers and reputations of some of its more impulsive individual vigil uses? Is it only a matter of time before it does the same to an entire country. This is the foreign desk.
"twitter" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives
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"twitter" Discussed on Download This Show
"Enjoy. I'm told by marketing, we should be encouraging you to grab their Fernan, stole it for them. I think it's a bit aggressive. But if you think you've got that kind of relationship eyesight guy forward, I today big changes to Twitter. Well, big changes. Find out what happens when you open up Twitter at the moment is you get something that sort of like it's a mixture of things that just happened, and there's a mixture of tweets that it rises to the top because he thinks you came about according to an algorithm, very similar to what Facebook does, but Jeremy cook is changing has changed really. So Twitter's kind of listen to people who follow. It very closely allowed you to do have completely chronological timeline. So this is where you actually just see tweets as they appear. So previously, they kind of had this algorithm acc- timeline where they wouldn't inject content, popular content sometimes from people you didn't follow into there and you could sort of shut this off by until box and says, don't show the best tweets, but it still Twitter gripe that was the exact way you can look at the media tweets, but not the best, but it's still kind of injected these sort of things in there. And so what happens is ends up being sort of scrambled experience. And so the more people you follow Twitter, the more just becomes sort of fire hose. And so a lot of people just wanted to, I just wanna see what's happening straight industry time line, and so they did it. And so I don't know. I tried it. I turned off the best ways and try to morning. I was like, yeah, I like this immediately because you're actually seen sort of the relevant stuff from the people that you're following rather than some kind of rent occasionally row. Random stuff. I got really sick of saying tweets, that would twenty three hours old. And the only reason I would love you because that got Monterey toys, a lots of height and lots of attention usually for not very good reasons as well. And they'll massively at a into sort of, I felt like an affront to the concept who tweeted to me, but also just like it felt like you only looking at things generated outright, which is already one of the big problems to anyone. That's just the problems with the internet full stop in yet. Look, I think it's real interesting. I, I think it's worth saying that they introduced these sort of messed up time line calling. It messed up pulling out what they would like to have it cold. Oh, expect an angry from Twitter PR and forty five minutes only back in two thousand sixteen..
"twitter" Discussed on AppStories
"There's a third appear that I think that we ought to mention just because it's really new and it's it's interesting to me, which is chirpy and chirpy is Twitter on your apple watch, which I thought was just a completely bananas idea until I tried it and it actually, it worked pretty well. It's a fairly rich app. You can compose tweets, you can view your time line. You can reach wheat things. There's all sorts of aspects Twitter that you can you can accomplish right from your watch. It literally doesn't have the iphone app is nothing more than kind of shell really to deliver the apple watch up. And I even the other day, someone had tweeted a video and I tapped play, and it actually played the video with the sound. The sound was coming out of my apple watch, and it wasn't exactly playing video. It was more like it was playing a selection of images from the video. You know, it was kind of like grabbing frames every. Tenth frame or something and displaying them like a slide show almost. But you know, in a pinch, if you're on your apple watch, it worked pretty well for for what it was. I was really kinda surprised how well it worked. So do you regularly use it? Do you keep it on your apple watch? Well, it's on my apple watch now, but I don't think it's the best way to experience Twitter. Notwithstanding the fact that it strikes strikes me as a really interesting technical compliment to make it work on the watch, but I wouldn't recommend it as the way use Twitter. But if you, if you really wanna see your time line and you don't happen to have your your phone with you. It is. It is a way to do that. That's not something that I feel compelled to do when I'm out and about without my phone, which is pretty rarely anyway, but it's there and it works pretty well for what it does. I remember this client called, I dunno twine. You would say that I would say twin. My twins, Twitter, I am as was the the idea there. So what, what happened to these kind? What what did he do and what happened after the API shutdown? Well, so the what twin did was it worked as an instant messaging platform on top of Twitter direct messages. So it had its own built in set of emoji and worked really like when you open it up at looked very much like you were in the messages app or something similar to that, what's app, whatever it is, but it was all built on top of DM's. And it was interesting take on messaging because it was a way to reach people who might not use the same messaging platform that you do, but are also people who use Twitter and the problem with the API changes is that one of the things that happened is that direct message notifications are delayed. So now all of a sudden. Sudden, instead of those messages coming back and forth, really close to instantly like it would messages or what's apper, whatever they're delayed by two to five minutes or so, which really kind of ruins the instant message experience. Plus third party apps aren't allowed to do group direct messages, so you don't..
"twitter" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"And then should it be taken literally when she says, white people to she mean white people, or does she mean what is like the social Justice Twitter's construct of white people, which is referencing a particular, albeit somewhat fuzzy thing that's very different. And so just something that seems to me to be happening in in some set of these cases, is there stuff where people are taking satire Twitter? Another version of this is James Gunn who was just fired from. Directing guardians of the galaxy for tweet years ago, said among others, he made a lot of, I would say very bad jokes on Twitter, but an illustrative tweet here is the best thing about being raped is when you're done being raped, it's like this feels great, not being raped. So like you read that, like, that's fucked up joke. And on the other hand, it came in a context. He's a comedian. He was a sort of Twitter provocateur at the time. It's one of these problems trying to explain a joke, right? And so we seem to be in this place where Twitter is uniquely vulnerable because of the way the whole thing is designed to being searched and then pulled out of context into a different time and then quite bad faith trolls and some in some case on both sides. But in this case on the outright go to corporations and say, hey, look at this. Are you going to stand by this tweet corporations legally can't make jokes as far as I can tell. And so then you end up with these in the generous case, catastrophic miss readings in the less generous case cynical, miss readings, but it's all based on this pretty new. Indication form that has a lot of interpretive ambiguity built into it. Right. And I think that that's something to note is that a lot of this is from people with the most generous of readings. People who do not understand the time, sensitivity of Twitter, how context dependent is I was joking on Twitter that a lot of my tweets from when I first got on, it's all about college football. It is all taking place during football games. So it sounds as if I am having an existential crisis for about three hours every Saturday from two thousand nine to two thousand fourteen..
"twitter" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"I'm opener we'd like this on twitter we just kick the shit out of each other all the time constantly going back to check the thread check the internet they respond that's stu stupidest response they could've made hamby right there hunting hang on just a second you can't believe he said that you will have done no edgy you have no you research i'm sorry you're so religious on this issue oh you all right so then i leave that go back and five minutes later i check the threat this will suck our lives as if the future of humanity dependent upon my answer in a comment section on twitter thread amid trillion of twitter threads or whatever it's you you're actually going to convince the troll or you're going to make statement sometimes i will you know if you wanna make statement correct the record and then leave out there so that the correction is there but how many times do we allow others to suck us again to this machine where all we do is just fight fight fight five and find you know i've just done i just up to here i feel exhausted in my mind in my heart it's it is a dehumanizes me i'm not leaving twitter relax you'll still win the podcast gonna release all that stuff but i'm just saying it unchanging how i approach social media so that it has more balance and so that i don't allow myself to get sucked in to these black holes that never end no one ever win they only escalate things only escalate people treating each other so much differently than they might they were sitting here in this.
"twitter" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Podcast
"That is a huge question and you mentioned that that i've i've come up with this new addition of of the twitter book the towel of twitter or the the chinese pronunciation as the dow of twitter but us a little more fun to say and the first addition of this book came out in two thousand ten and there was another addition two thousand twelve and another issue two thousand fourteen and so this is the fourth addition in the question that you're asking me that is the thing i had to wrestle with when coming out with this new book what is twitter dow is it still relevant it has changed so much i mean you and i both were on on they're pretty early as probably how you and i first connected is is through twitter and it was hot and it was fun and it was conversational and i think to a lotta people today it just seems kind of spam me n people posting all all the links so i had to do a deep dive and rediscover what is twitter today and what i found was really pretty amazing it was pretty interesting there's there's really three twitter worlds the first is the twitter world of wall street which is not very good a and the reputation isn't very good twitter is not done a good job really monetize inc their company and the amazing assets that they have they are constantly compared to facebook and they're just not getting the revenue growth they're not getting the user growth that facebook is getting and so that's why i think there's some one of a negative tone toward twitter which carries over into other areas than now look twitter's last earnings announcement just a few weeks ago was a blockbuster it exceeded expectations so maybe there's momentum there the second world of twitter is the business world that you and i work in.
"twitter" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"He can bring twitter into their environment the new abdallah's or whatever want to integrate twitter another it's so there are a lot of ways they can do it i think they're just really starting to figure that out now it looks like from the the channel checks that we've we've run over the years seems that a big clients are budgeting more add dollars with them for two thousand eighteen as they're seeing a bit more a roy on on the investments they're making with twitter okay so you're bullish on twitter for 2018 yeah i mean i'm a shareholder myself we own shares and million dollar portfolio it started to turn around for us we still have it on hold because we want to see how the how the do here for the fourth quarter and and how they look out for two thousand eighteen from there in their own words but yeah i think that's one of the be excited to pay attention to okay at as an investor jason looking back over 2017 how about one take away one thing that really resonated with you one thing that jumped out at you one take away yeah the laws allow cheat here and and actually throw into things because one we're did it seems like pit the peak bitcoin meteorite and alleged seems to be the question on every buddies on the tip of everybody's tung is how do i participate what do i need should i do it i mean should i even be investing in something like this and in some times this is just me but sometimes you need to be content with just taking a pass on something because you know you don't know enough about it and i understand the basics of bitcoin in that it's this virtual currency i don't know much about how bitcoin is used how its mind i don't understand why you know it matter i mean i get that the.
"twitter" Discussed on We The People
"A champion their policies engage their constituencies end and and disseminate their policy so that's the basic premise of the lawsuit on the facts are fairly straightforward i'm sure your listeners are aware that president trump operates one of the most followed a two accounts on twitter he has i think about thirty five million followers on twitter and he regularly uses that account to uh to announce policy to describe policy to defend policy to engage with other world leaders and to engage even occasionally directly with his constituents about his presidency he has also taken to blocking critics on his twitter account i and the result of a blocking a it is really twofold it first prevents at twitter users from easily reading the president's tweets but perhaps more importantly it prevents twitter users from engaging with the president's tweets in the very lively common thread that surround each of his tweets and he has blocked a number of of critics from those threads and from seeing his tweets and we represent seven of them each of whom was blocked after posting a critical comment in the president's common threads arguing that uh the blocking is viewpoint discriminatory and for that reason of violates the first amendment thank you very much for.