35 Burst results for "two weeks"

Jamie Spears's lawyer says 'people have it so wrong': He 'saved' Britney

Nightline

08:16 min | 21 hrs ago

Jamie Spears's lawyer says 'people have it so wrong': He 'saved' Britney

"Thirteen years. Britney spears future has been tied up conservatorship control by her father now with thirty nine. Her fans are wondering why she not free. Here's my nightline co anchor juju. Chang you britney spears in a playful moment with family riding a bike with her niece thing her father jamie in the beard there. These video shared exclusively with abc news. Jamie's attorney vivian. Doreen showed the spears family together. During the pandemic. I understand that every story needs a villain. The people have it so wrong. Here this is a story about a fiercely loving dedicated and loyal father who rescued his daughter from a life threatening situation. The relationship between the princess of pop and her father coming under renewed scrutiny as the freebritney movement continues calling for an end to her conservatorship functioning woman. That's working nonstop it. Just it doesn't make any sense that grassroots movement and the inner workings of the conservatorship arrangement highlighted in recent new york times a documentary framing britney spears which reexamines the superstars rise and public fall through. Today's lens now. Her father jamie spears was placed in charge of her career her finances and her health decisions in two thousand eight when she was just twenty six responding through his lawyer. Vivian doreen in an exclusive interview with my colleague. Amy robot jamie saved britney's life and over the last thirteen years. He has worked tirelessly to protect her. He has collaborated with her to help her regain custody of her children. He has brought her finances back from disaster in his created a safe environment for her to live her life the way she wants away from the media that caused her so much pain. Britney spears was only sixteen years old when she catapulted to stardom in nineteen ninety eight with their multi. Platinum hit baby one more time. She came across his strong young high school in her first video. She's very pretty and sexy a late teenager and that was an image that she built on over the next several years and she became one of the biggest stars in the world. Releasing one mega hit after another. Oops i did it again. In two thousand and toxic in two thousand and three within years the girl next door from kentucky louisiana had become a household name but by two thousand seven life in the spotlight seeming to take toll the young mother of two appearing to publicly struggle amidst a divorce custody battle and continued media scrutiny. Britney spears is back in the headlines in a big way this morning video. britney spears with a shaved. Head circulates over the internet the lent 'less flash of cameras. She famously took a pair of flippers to her own hair at a los angeles alone the way that she was treated by the media the way that the tabloids talked about her the way. That the pop- rodzi would leave her alone people to lash out when there's that kind of pressure on them and she did then later that year and infamous performances the mtv video music awards what seemed to be a public unraveling coming to ahead in an altercation with paparazzi in la. Go to the car. Britney britney all i'm gonna do is. I'm just going to ask you a couple of questions and then i'm gonna leave you alone and alleys coming up to me. She's like guys. Please please please please. Thousand britney inches grabbed. the umbrella. Started coming after me starts beating the passenger side of my truck we call this. Framing britney spears. One of the reasons is because. There's these frames that everyone remembers when they talk about her when she shaved her head and when she the car with an umbrella she was going out. Visiting kevin feather line at his home. The kids meant the world to britney and she wanted us here. Kids and kevin said no part of the reason we wanted to do. The film was to to pull back from that frame and show you show you. What's outside of it. And one of the things we found is that she was going through a custody battle during this time. That following year after two hospitalizations brittany's father jamie assumed control over his daughter's estate along with an outside trust think people really know conservatorship as much as attention. It's gotten in recent months. I don't think people knew that it was weird for a young person to be under one. Let alone be under one for thirteen years. Thirteen years later the court mandated conservatorship. Still in effect denying the thirty nine year old control of her estate. Prompting the question. Why if britney through her lawyer though is asking that jamie. Her father not be a part of her conservatorship. Why does jamie then still insist on being her conservative. Jamie serves as britain's conservator. Because he loves her. He wants the best for britney. Jamie's attorneys say court documents. Show that when he stepped in as conservator in two thousand eight britney's assets were only worth two point. Eight million dollars. They say he has worked with his daughter to increase her net. Worth to nearly sixty million in two thousand nineteen britney's assets were clearly being mismanaged and was being taken advantage of financially by some of those around her two thousand eight britney has released four albums. Start on a prime time show. I felt like i had a connection with you. The moment you started seeing and even hosted her own las vegas residency but she has not performed professionally since two thousand eighteen abruptly canceling her. Las vegas residency. The following year saying her dad was sick and she needs to focus on family fans now turning to the performers instagram account for behind the scenes glimpses into her life and hints about her wellbeing including dance video and messages to fans. I pulled out all of my jackets in the next day. It was really hot. It was very confusing and last november. Her attorney telling a judge. My client has informed me that she is afraid of her father adding she will not perform again if her father is in charge of her career. Can you explain why britney's lawyer is saying. She doesn't want her dad in charge of her finances anymore. Throughout twenty twenty brittany and her father had many conversations and in fact early on in the pandemic they spent two weeks with other family members. Hunker down in louisiana and they spend a lot of time together and in that time brittany never expressed those words to her father. She's never asked him to step aside. Why she then wouldn't just go onto social media and say hey guys. I don't need to be freed. Any time britney wishes to enter conservatorship. She can have her attorney file a petition to terminate it. She's never exercised this right in the past thirteen years. But for the of the freebritney movement like dustin strand the question remains what really is happening in britney's life tomorrow. We have our free pretty rally for years. Strand has traveled from phoenix to los angeles. Bree support you. We've known for a long time as conservative has been just. The next conservatorship hearing is expected in march a fight about which britney herself remains publicly

Britney Spears Britney Jamie Vivian Doreen Amy Robot Jamie Rodzi Jamie Spears Britney Britney Doreen Kevin Feather Abc News Vivian Chang Spears New York Times Louisiana Kentucky Brittany
FDA allows storage, transport of Pfizer vaccine at higher temperatures

The Dan Proft Show

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

FDA allows storage, transport of Pfizer vaccine at higher temperatures

"And Drug Administration will now allow shipments of visors Cove in 19 vaccine at Standard freezer temperatures until now, ultra cold temperatures from minus 76 degrees to minus 112 F or required for shipments and storage of the frozen Fizer vaccine vials. The FDA says it has reviewed new data from New York based Fizer and its German partner by on Tech based on the new information, The FDA says the Fizer vaccine cannot be transported and stored for up to two weeks at temperatures of freezers commonly found in pharmacies. Mike Rossi, a Washington

Drug Administration Fizer FDA Tech New York Mike Rossi Washington
The positivity rate for new COVID-19 cases remains below 6% in Miami-Dade

Todd Schnitt

00:24 sec | 1 d ago

The positivity rate for new COVID-19 cases remains below 6% in Miami-Dade

"South Florida mayor's commissioners and medical officials are not letting down their guards. But for the moment we are winning the fight against covert 19. Miami Dade chief medical officer Dr Peter Page says. The last two days the county's positivity rate was below 6% drop substantially over the past two weeks, which obviously is favorable are impatient. Positive, admitted Covert patients has actually dropped 20% in the

Miami Dade Dr Peter Page South Florida
AstraZeneca working to adapt vaccine to new strains

Night News

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

AstraZeneca working to adapt vaccine to new strains

"England, tell CBS News that they are racing to develop a new vaccine to fight these dangerous new strains. More of those vaccines. Already available from CBS is Meg Oliver. Tonight, the FDA approved visors request distorts vaccine in pharmacy freezers for two weeks instead of ultra cold specialized units. This is Speiser and Moderna are testing whether a booster shot of their vaccines can protect against the variant identified in South Africa. We care about is making sure people don't get sick. They don't get hospitalized and, of course, most importantly that they don't die. Meg Oliver, CBS NEWS New York and we've just learned the Senate

Meg Oliver Cbs News Speiser CBS Moderna England FDA South Africa New York Senate
The Latest: US loosens Pfizer vaccine shipping regulations

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

The Latest: US loosens Pfizer vaccine shipping regulations

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting government regulators ease the temperature requirements for the Fizer coronavirus vaccine new data from the manufacturers has prompted the food and drug administration to loosen shipping and storage requirements for the Fizer Cole did nineteen vaccine the FDA says going forward the Fizer vaccine can be shipped and stored for up to two weeks at temperatures of freezers commonly found in pharmacies until now ultracold temperatures from minus seventy six degrees to minus one hundred twelve degrees Fahrenheit or required for shipments and storage of the frozen Fizer vaccine vials the chain should ease distribution and administration of the Fizer vaccine might cross CO Washington

Mike Rossi Fizer Cole Food And Drug Administration Washington
A New Coronavirus Variant Is Spreading in New York City

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

A New Coronavirus Variant Is Spreading in New York City

"Two separate teams of researchers say that they have found a new variant of the coronavirus in new york city. And that. it's a little bit worrisome. They believe it's carrying mutations that help it evade the body's natural immune response as well as antibiotic treatments researchers have named this variant. Be one five to six. And it's showing up in different neighborhoods across the city as well as being scattered throughout the northeast. There has been a steady increase in the detection rate from late december to mid february with an alarming rise to twelve point seven percent in the past two weeks now viruses mutate all the time. The more people who are infected the longer they're infected the more chances that virus has to change but if they show worrying properties such as better transmit ability or the ability to evade treatments and vaccines. That's when doctors begin to worry and that seems to be happening with this one.

New York City
Bristol's Jewish students fight for their University's reputation

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

03:45 min | 1 d ago

Bristol's Jewish students fight for their University's reputation

"Hi my name is. And i'm a final year english literature student at the university of bristol. And my spare time. I also freelance. And i've written articles for the telegraph the times the independent huffington post what is regional papers and i also am features editor of the top bristol So the last two years being jewish student has been quite hard at university of bristol as a result of elektra a sociology professor called professor dave Because in his class he teaches and matic conspiracy theories about jewish organizations. He has a lecture in his home against powerful module where he accuses zionism as being one of the five pillars phobia and he implies using this sort of weighed conspiratorial web that israel on british jewish organizations have a malign influence on british government. And sort of in that slide. He touches on a series of consoles tropes about jewish people and two years ago. My best friend nina freedman. Who was then president of bristol. Jason is now you diaz president-elect made a complaint against david miller on years later in the university still hasn't done anything about it and hasn't advised or supported jewish students in any way but the situation picked up again. I'm a week or two weeks ago. Because david millar appeared in a video where he said that zionism we must cool front end design. Ism were in. He touched on several of the anti semitic tropes of course it really is of course some people into target to join us at in relation to this community in particular done. This through interfaith were pretending that jesus was working together. We'll be an apolitical way of countries. Ism stylings though. It's is the horse for normalizing zionism in the community. I in islamic mosque for example where. The mosque unknowingly held this project of chicken soup with a together. This is really backed project to normalize is within the muslim community. And they're doing that time. During the attack on cobra on this sort of started a new upper on twitter and reaganite hit the movement to get david miller removed from bristol. University campus clinician nasty. Seeing jews everywhere even in loction soup made in mosques while bashing corbin the share arrogance of this man and in one glib soundbite he opposes generations and generations of jewish teaching centuries of daily prayers which users sites to return to. Zion is car us special envoy in combating antisemitism until january. Twenty twenty one. Sinus didn't start in nineteen forty eight zionism spring out of the first zionist cows. Zionism was born in russia. When god says to abraham go forth to a land that i will show you. Zionism reached its consummation in the exodus. When moses let the jewish people to the promised land and zionism found one of its clearest expression

University Of Bristol Professor Dave Because Nina Freedman David Miller Matic Elektra Huffington Post David Millar Bristol The Times Diaz Israel Jason Jesus Corbin Twitter Zion Abraham Russia United States
How to Care for a String of Pearls Plant

Your Gardening Questions

03:35 min | 1 d ago

How to Care for a String of Pearls Plant

"Says a girl. I work with was throwing out a dying string of pearls plant rescued. It took it home. I cut the dead parts out and started watering it. And it started to come back to life but it's an eight inch pot which now seems way too big for the plant. Should i put it in a smaller pot or just wait for it to fill in. Well no if. I were talking directly with dana. I'd ask her how long or is this. The rim remnants of the original plant. That now looks skimpy in the pop. they can stand being a little bit of rebound now. I don't mean mashed up where those soil in the but but at the same time as a succulent there Capable of doing what she has dealt with Bless her tell her to blessed to levy that threw it out. Because that's a plant that can go on and on and on and what she did was exactly right to cut the debt out And encourage new growth even to the point depending on. How far up do you can bring visit is a penniless plant. You can cut it back up a little bit and cause it to start over again and this is almost an ideal time to do it. Our days are getting longer in terms of outside light coming in. We can always leave lights on more as a succulent. The plant does need water. No question about it and if little pearls don't don't expand. Then you know you're not giving it enough water if they expand nicely than. Don't push me on that. I would guess that in this age pot. She would probably not have to water more than every other week. Now as in watering any potted plant water thoroughly let it run through drain out into a pot of base stand. Whatever it may be men just let it start to dry again because as a succulent you can flat out. Kill them with too much kindness in terms of water Light wise. It's a very interesting plant. It can handle indoors wearing nicely. You only need to four hours of direct sun or let you say nearly direct sun in a given day thrives in house temperature Once the the we've gotten a little past this point maybe maybe a month from now she can and maybe should This plant now. I i always grab what i call the african violet low analysis. I they tell you to use x. Amount per i use half of x. And i will start fertilizing that plant it somewhere in the period of Oh late march early april. Get it going because it takes at least two weeks for fertilizer to catch up with the needs of the plant so even even could be done now if she has a place where she can keep it. Pretty good light Then the next step because it is as Any other plant would be being indoors as being a hanging planet. It can be dutiful all the way around three sixty degrees in unless she does not turn it. Maybe a quarter a third of a turn a week to the well to the window. Nearest in terms of full sun Fertilize every couple of weeks lightly. Clear on into early fall and then clinton and just enjoy the rest of the winter. So tell her. she's a winner. What the plants value is but she came out a winner And and i kinda sorry for the lead gave it up but everybody gets rid of a diet plant from time to time. And i'm glad that dana grabbed this

Dana Clinton
"A Touch of Disney" to open at company's California Adventure Park

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:09 min | 2 d ago

"A Touch of Disney" to open at company's California Adventure Park

"Closed. And dates are not yet announced. For all of the parks to reopen KCBS is Doug Sovereign says you'll be able to stroll shop and eat but not take any of those rides. Many a Californian is jonesing for the sights and sounds of Disneyland of Disney's California adventure. Despite intense lobbying by the company Governor Newsome and State health officials have not budged in the theme parks are not likely to reopen the full until released this summer. But with coronavirus numbers improving, they have won permission for a touch of Disney. Coming Thursdays through Monday's for at least two weeks. March 18th legal fifth What is a touch of Disney? Basically, it means you'll be able to walk through the different lands of California adventure, dining and shopping on our limited and socially distant basis. Mickey Mouse, Lightning, McQueen and other characters will waive it you and pose for photos from a safe distance. Everybody has to wear a mask. Even if you've gotten a covert vaccine tickets $75 each That does include a $25 food and beverage credit, and they must be purchased online in advance. No parades, no rides, but an immersion into the world of Disney and almost 1000 workers kept their jobs back. Doug Sovereign

Doug Sovereign Governor Newsome Disney Kcbs California Mickey Mouse Mcqueen
Giroux, Flyers top Rangers 4-3 despite Kreider hat trick

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Giroux, Flyers top Rangers 4-3 despite Kreider hat trick

"James van Riemsdyk and Shayne Gostisbehere each scored a power play goal in the flyers overcame Chris Kreider's hattrick in a four three win over the Rangers Claude Giroux had three assists in his return after a two week absence due to covert nineteen drew was impressed by the team's power play goals unit played well tonight we're able to get a goal each on the power play I think we moved the puck well and support each other and you know when when you have a high gain find natural products and retrieving them you're gonna get your your scoring chances so we're able to get to Nick Kassis bearing Erik Gustafson each finished with a goal and an assist as Philadelphia won for the second time in six games I'm Dave Ferrie

Shayne Gostisbehere Chris Kreider James Van Riemsdyk Claude Giroux Flyers Rangers Drew Nick Kassis Erik Gustafson Philadelphia Dave Ferrie
Aaron Rodgers to begin guest hosting 'Jeopardy' for 10-show stint on April 5

Boomer & Gio

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

Aaron Rodgers to begin guest hosting 'Jeopardy' for 10-show stint on April 5

"You've got packers quarterback. Aaron rodgers gonna start a ten show run as jeopardy host the first week of april. So al we were talking. I just kind of assumed. Ken jennings is going to get the job. It looks like they're going to give rogers like a legit two week. Run here now. I don't know if he wants the job. But maybe it's just a guest thing but two weeks. Maybe that's what he was talking about by saying. You never know if. I'm going to be here. You remember at the end of the mystery is beautiful mystery. Now he's engaged and maybe things are changing.

Aaron Rodgers Ken Jennings Packers Rogers
Some Washington state providers to get ‘double delivery’ of COVID-19 vaccine after last week’s storm delays

News, Traffic and Weather

00:52 sec | 4 d ago

Some Washington state providers to get ‘double delivery’ of COVID-19 vaccine after last week’s storm delays

"Hospital teams in our state say they expect our Corona virus vaccine allocations to double by the end of March comes Ryan Harris tells us about their needs to meet that capacity. First thing they need even before increased allocation is advanced notice of how much is coming over multiple weeks. Washington State Hospital Association director Kasi Sour says that could allow them to plan and schedule appointments and even expand clinics. If more doses show up. Allegations have gone from 12,001 week to 2000 next week, or 5001 reaches zero the next week and so that's stopping and starting. I think there's challenging. The providers also say these vaccine clinics need a lot more people for vaccinating monitoring and data entry, so to scale up, they'll either need to pull staff from their hospitals or lean on volunteers. As for appointments delayed by winter weather, they say they expect two weeks shipments this week and they'll still be able to get second doses in time for them to be effective.

Washington State Hospital Asso Kasi Sour Ryan Harris
Biden changes PPP loan rules, only small firms can claim for 2 weeks

The Takeaway

00:17 sec | 4 d ago

Biden changes PPP loan rules, only small firms can claim for 2 weeks

"That have taken the brunt of the pandemics financial carnage. Under changes to the payment protection program. President Biden announced a two week window starting Wednesday for business owners employing fewer than 20 workers to apply for loans. Investigations are underway into last week's massive power outages and rolling

President Biden
Biden updating Paycheck Protection Program to aid small businesses

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 4 d ago

Biden updating Paycheck Protection Program to aid small businesses

"Wants to increase federal pandemic assistance to the nation's smallest businesses. The administration is opening the paycheck protection program again for two weeks. Starting Wednesday on Lee businesses with fewer than 20 workers can apply for forgivable loans. Most small businesses than in the U. S are in that category. The administration is also allocating $1 billion for sole proprietors like home contractors and beauticians and one of the president's

LEE U.
Biden updating Paycheck Protection Program to aid small businesses

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:32 sec | 4 d ago

Biden updating Paycheck Protection Program to aid small businesses

"Date about how that's gonna change over time. Dr Snyder says. UPMC is not holding any vaccines aside. It's just using what's left for the people who already have appointment scheduled President Joe Biden is targeting more federal pandemic assistance to the nation's smallest businesses and ventures owned by women and people of color. The administration is establishing a two week window starting on Wednesday, in which only businesses with fewer than 20 employees can apply for forgettable loans Under the Paycheck protection program. Such businesses make up the majority of small businesses in the U. S.

Dr Snyder President Joe Biden Upmc U.
interview With Alyssa Miller

Cyber Security Interviews

06:19 min | 4 d ago

interview With Alyssa Miller

"Hello and welcome to episode one hundred. Fifteen of cybersecurity interviews. This is the third episode a multi part episode diversity equity and inclusion and we're speaking with alissa millet elissa leads the security strategy for sap global ratings as business information security officer connecting corporate security objectives to business initiatives. She blunt a unique mix of technical expertise in executive presence to bridge the gap that can often form between security practitioners and business leaders. Her goal is to change how we look at the security of our interconnected way of life and focus on attention of defending privacy in cultivating trust a native of milwaukee. Melissa began her. It careers a programmer frozen based financial software provider. Her security passion quickly shape her career as she moved into a leadership role within the ethical hacking team conducting penetration testing and assessments along with her team. As a hacker. Elissa has a passion for security. That she evangelize is to business leaders in industry audiences to work as a cybersecurity professional to various public speaking engagements while not engaged security research and advocacy. She's also an accomplished soccer referee guitars and photographer in this episode. We discussed why. She misses conferences starting with computers that in early age diversity equity inclusion the discrimination. She has faced the lack of understanding of privilege discriminatory hiring practices how to be an ally and so much more. I hope you enjoy the episode. As much as i did. Thanks for listening a less. Thank you for joining me in cybersecurity interviews. How are you today. I am doing wonderful. Doug how're you. I'm doing great so our are things in the beautiful middle part of the country. I is i to in colorado. But has milwaukee doing these days. Gosh we are about to get our first real dumping of snow at least over your recording. This by the time at arizona probably have had tons. But i'm actually gonna go get gas for the snowblower the last place. I really got to travel and speak at. Wasn't milwaukee in january flew in and out. It was gonna be a one day speaking thing in you know anybody. I should have known better having in law that those up all my family from the midwest. North chicago and ohio january. You're not getting in and out of anywhere in the midwest without some type of delay in my you know my arrogance of that being about a three day delay. They kept cancelling how to drive from milwaukee to chicago and it was a whole thing but i got to see the lake. Cresting waves as the snow is blowing in milwaukee so it was very interesting. Clear that you can get out of chicago easier than milwaukee usually milwaukee. Is you know. We're kind of like canada south with that. As long as they can. Keep the runway clear enough to get a plane on it though. Fly planes out. But if it gets bad enough i know they. They've shut down a few times. Speak that i mean you you were you were you know. Have built a name and a brand by traveling and speaking. Do you miss the travel aspect this year of getting out there and being on stage like you have no idea of feeling i have an idea. Trust me on the wall. I went into twenty twenty expecting all this international travel. I just changed jobs. And and it was part of that job. Was supposed to include a lotta travel to international conferences and even our our locations and yet none of that happened i did. Rsa and then besides tampa was scheduled to go to singapore and sydney in the two weeks following and in between those two. They shut down all travel. And yeah i've been. I've been here in my home office which i feel guilty saying suffering is pretty pretty awesome office but yeah i i cannot wait to get back on a plane. Fact even allman i have been talking about how a bunch of us are going to go find someplace to all traveled together. Just because it's we've all missed it for so long that he's actually somebody. I gotta hit out back channeled him. Because i'm trying to raise the next level of hackers and my daughter who's ten and her friend. The condition was they were able to go get the leftover halloween candy at their at my friend's daughters house. If they can get through the lock. I said cool. I'll teach guys lock picking. And i'll get you a signed copy of the lock picking guy so i try to get them to learn about lock. Picking it sucks not being out there and kind of seeing the whole community. What drove to obviously not not a wallflower. You wanna get out there and talk. What drove you to kind of get on stage. It's it's not something that's always a done by folks in our industry where where they can somewhat be a little bit more reserved. Yes so it's kind of funny. Because i've been speaking at conferences since two thousand fourteen and but i never really got was ever really serious about it like i do one here and there and it was a lot of it was because i was working in a consulting role. And it's good for you know when you're consultant especially it's good for your organization to have people out there speaking and i found right away the first time i did it like that was actually a lot of fun But then the more. I did it the more i started to realize like i just i i really you know. I've got a lot of ideas. I want to share and i love doing this because i've always been believe it or not. You know you you talk about me being out there and it's like i was very socially awkward like i was the person i go to a conference and be completely alone in a sea of thirty thousand people at defcon. Right which i mean. That's not unusual. People do that all the time but even smaller conferences like i was just never very good at starting conversations with people and so when i would speak it was a whole different world because you'll people would recognize you from having been on stage in an it. Stop you in the hall to ask you questions about what you talked about or whatever or just to thank you and it was such a great icebreaker because now i could get in. I could have conversations with people in the hallway about all this stuff that we were passionate about and we could. We could share ideas. And that's what conferences are all about to

Milwaukee Alissa Millet Elissa Midwest Elissa SAP North Chicago Chicago Melissa Soccer Doug Colorado Arizona Ohio Allman Tampa Canada Singapore Sydney
OA463: Why Cases Against Robinhood Will Fail

Opening Arguments

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

OA463: Why Cases Against Robinhood Will Fail

"From a podcast. Callow unwelcomed opening arguments. This is episode. Four hundred and sixty three. I'm thomas that's andrew. How you doing sir. I am doing fantastic thomas. how're you. I am just overwhelmed by how much we have to talk about today at all in reasonable fashion. Let's find out. There's so many bullet points. We got morgan coming onto explain game. Stop. we've been waiting for this for what two weeks can't wait. Yeah and then. A possible wildcard segment. That was able to get to. So i think we'd better just get right to it. What do you think absolutely down to bring him down. Law down down right

Callow Thomas Andrew Morgan
abused by a spiritual figure with Uzma and Ramzia

Not Another Mum Pod

06:13 min | 3 weeks ago

abused by a spiritual figure with Uzma and Ramzia

"We're just gonna come back to your story. Asthma now that we know who he is and we've worked at the dynamics when your grandfather passed away. How did you feel straight after. And then when did you a finally speak up or be realized that he had affected you more. You knew at the time when he passed away. I did kind of feel sad because although he was good to us but he was good to other people. He was a very strong pillar. He was very well respected. Man no as sad as i would feel with someone who. I was really close to but i was still sad. I didn't process it because the has stopped when he was ill. So i think i just put it behind me and i moved on the first time that i realized that it's affecting me now was lost year of a degree. That's when i actually called to be married and do you know obviously engaged to think of some things any attraction to your fiancee and stuff. Although we went on speaking terms up. That thomas really shy person but the thing is it did affect me and slowly started to get pressure and i realized i was getting afraid or scared taught how to explain that feeling but i started to go into depression and although it was a really good student. I didn't do well in my lost year. Because i call a gauge the beginning of the year. It speak to anyone about it. I was acting fine. But when deep down i knew i wasn't able to concentrate on anything at post it so i started press graduate. Couth this will add it. Okay i have a here to get married. Maybe it will help be professionally. I was doing the k. Although it was quite stressful of doing fine but depression was getting at me. Especially close to the wedding. The to press i go. Can i just ask how did you know you're depressed. You had you recognize that you were depressed. What does the reason was able to concentrate. And if the parents asked me the okay lescot this list with is as a family and i wanted to say out at one to watch. Maybe with them. I didn't want to read books than i did. What to do. Anything dying -joyed doing. I always coveted up by saying this stressful. The coosa stressful. I want to do really well in. I was covered up with that with my parents at the new. I was old enough to make my own choices. So i knew that this was of depression because i was feeling who lived in treating myself happy from inside and did you make that connection to what had happened to you and the fact that you're getting married at that time you just was bewildered now. I didn't know why it would have a certain. Everything started like started. Feel so depressed when i was fine for these years the closer to getting the west got to be honest. I've well say openly by failed my postgraduate because i just couldn't concentrate the last few months ago a completely let go and failed there. Obviously i was proud by. I didn't even tell my parents because the results was supposed to come out after got married so i didn't want to spoil it but i also wanted to get married. It wasn't the. I was trying to avoid it but obviously i think you can imagine what happened. After a mariner what happened tell us rent intimacy. Salted is stopped. My husband that a a key felt as well as kind of disconnected at a wanted to cry a literally the first time when you were being intimate what was going through your head at that point. Did you connect to the trauma that happened to you as a child to how disconnected. You're feeling at the time of the did not fast enough snow. I think it was about a week later and it was newly married and it started to hit me really bad the i added. What my husband to touch me and it came became so bad that i had Nights i was employed at that time. I wasn't to what i was doing my job properly. I didn't want to be there and then it can. Appointment was current Three pink. I would get skit. I would think that there was somebody meru but it wasn't an hong. That's what was my grandfather who seems like what had happened with actually triggered. You're in trouble responses. So yes it took you back was also getting to go back to you know when you grandfather was his last moments and stuff you said you've felt confused and i think there is this thing about your grandfather being protected and also you know your such abuse for a child and even as an adult as well. It's a very difficult thing to actually come to terms with you know especially when our parents and if a parent or caregiver your grandfather is actually supposed to be somebody who's protecting actually he's also abuses. It's a really difficult thing to come to terms with But it seems like i toll set of grief process. I've told you cried. As i said after a marriage investment behind and i used to cry all the time on stock. Yeah so there was no grieving process when he passed away. Yeah what how did your husband react to what was happening. Did he think when newlyweds. You being shy or did he figure out. I think something was. He did figure out something was wrong. I thought it was because of stressed about the job. But because off from joe biden Sanctions some politics so basically stuff that she said. I was depressed because the way i spoke to admit told accounts sleep and it was two weeks to add. Couldn't referred the services and she has to take some leave. But what i did said was walked to buy boss's office Coming back tamar. Alcon to a cold and i was like this is why did at i think for the first few days. He did think that calls the job. That was dressing up me with newly married life near disabilities and a fulltime job but then has been a stilted get better and i was seeing someone who i used to feel like this trying to connect me and a started to get some professional help as well and i spoke. I had dot did a told. This was the person that was seeing and the said the question why i was saying no know anyone else and while i was scared to see him.

Depression Lescot Asthma Thomas Joe Biden Alcon Cold
"two weeks" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:38 min | 4 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Dude eighties who else would have played guitar riff of course. I don't know what the Fuck I was thinking on that but I appreciate it whoever that was who corrected me and said Hey man, you're going to do a true. Trips like that. Should have gone with his best solo of all time and I agree, right that is the best. and. You're a liar if you say otherwise every time that comes on. Any you know exactly where it is. You know where you I saw that movie. Yeah. All of it yet, and it is a special special moment for the World Yeah speaking of special moments for the world. We've been talking about this for a while and It's one of those things where the networks out of content nothing is shooting Jesse mom at all and. They're pumping out these old movies on Sunday night again, Saturday nights and Sunday nights and they're using the old eighty s like logos from him to like Sunday night moving. and it's the beauty of it is is like the best movies were let's face. It eighties nineties fucking to throw the seventies there as well. Follows crazy I. mean you were they were just crazy shit back then apocalypse now and all that shit like you could do that can't do that these days but. With that last night, it was various Buehler's Day off. that was the Sunday night movie I was like, well, he's Shit I. Bet you I bet there's a ton like a new generation never seen. It never heard of it and they're getting rocked by that last night and sure enough on twitter everybody was going bugs picked. Yeah, yeah, and humbly still pumping out commercials for it the Oh here asked. Alan Ruck who played cameron in that? Yeah. He's in two different ads. There's like an Amazon. GYCO. He's in five ads for fears. bueller still looks great by the way. and. Yemen that's how big that fucking movie is. But last night I popped on over to twitter I was like I wonder and sure enough. Yeah. There was a ton of people are like I'd never seen this movie before it's amazing. They don't make sure like that anymore. They just don't sound. It was awesome to see. We got some sponsors shapes pay for this whole shit wagging to be on the air It's a shocker, but they do this shocker rusty Barnet's. I hope that's your real name. That would be awesome. He said a McDonald's steak Bagel. We don't have that here. Yeah. What are you talking about? The steak and onion breakfast bagels bacon egg and cheese steak and onion BAGEL as well. What state was that in it wasn't mine a Carolina for sure guy high school really. Circuit. A. Big that's I don't know if I would trust a steak from Ma McDonald's. That's a little much. I think. Each stake Bagel The one thing that I did have in college was because Columbus Ohio is like the test market for all that shit is McDonald's had a pizza. And they were testing on a pizza and it was not good and did not make it to the rest of. This infamous boss. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So Rusty Barnette I'm not gonNA. Did you like the steak Bagel Georgia? Oh, I love all kinds of breakfast every time I go to waffle house that cheese steak Omelette or that she stay on Texas toast like so I understand the cheese steak version of this but this is just stay crate. No. No, it's like a skirt steak cut up with some onions probably a real cheap piece of meat, which is it. Really, okay. Might be neat that's dice. It might be a Hobo. Yeah that Stacey. Yeah. But it sounds a little bit like a philly cheese steak. Well, billy I'll try any philly anywhere go but. I'm not I'm not I'm not a guy I won't trust that form of meat from McDonalds. Yeah. I won't I refuse to and I apologize Rusty Barnette and I have not heard of that. Yeah. The only thing I trust McDonald's is the ground beef with Sawdust and rat droppings and that is it I. Actually I think that makes the Burger knowing it adds a little bit of flavor. So. I'm a big fan again hammered the like button. If you're watching live on youtube somebody sitting griddles I don't get down on that what I don't want to. Sweden Savory Gal and so. Nick griddle is both glue..

Ma McDonald Rusty Barnette twitter philly rusty Barnet McDonald Alan Ruck cameron youtube Buehler Jesse bueller McDonalds Carolina Nick griddle Yemen Amazon Sweden Columbus Ohio Stacey
"two weeks" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

07:56 min | 4 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Fresh fish. I WanNa know how your crab fake crab cream cheese deep fried wonton dishes. Yeah. Right and that will show me how out ten TICO. Spanish again, everywhere we go noah. Yup. Do, you got goon house the goon. The tribes there. Yeah on Scott is. there. Jesse will say the same thing every time the phone will ring on the drive to the restaurant. She'll go educate the gun. But you got that. Got The goon okay cool yeah yeah. Thank God. What am I ever forgot the goon dude I don't I'd say must have happened just why and so fearful of it yeah got. Like you forgot the goon one time. You. Got That Goon, right? Okay. Thank guys on the board. That's like PTSD right. Just about like not getting phone. Did you date somebody in the past who got the gun? No, you must've I've never forgotten again look it's been seven over seven years. So you may have forgotten a goon we I would like to have a t-shirt goonies never say die just on there. It's just a huge crab Brian Green again yeah. Because it's very specific. Specific Yeah type of person who likes it I. Love It with you and it's probably why we got married shack. We actually both dirtbags. Yeah. Look if we had our druthers if weights physical appearance was never an awful, we would just fucking eat out every damn day all day long. Yeah disgust. Yes. Dude I would I would start the day off. But fuck a biscuit with. Eggs and cheese and sausage for McDonald's in two hashbrowns. Noble hashbrowns now that God. Damn thing and. And really start my life off every day if I could. Yeah. That'd be that'd be the best me there is. Yeah I would do an everything Bagel toasted with. China cream cheese bacon tomato. squished into a sandwich and that would be every day exactly every single day. allante brevity. Up, Revie half-and-half made with half and half. You bet seven hundred eighty calories going down your fucking mouth if I could. Chinese lunch every day. Multiple dishes just because I want to try a half I don't even I want I I want to try some of that, right? The table for the table please I'd like to get chicken and Waffles Yep for the table and then on the way home at nights just driving by that Domino's pizza or the little caesars going to drive through. E An upper us right nothing here he is again hot and fresh goddamn riders yet. But in the car, we're going to fucking party. Yeah. That would be the dream but unfortunately. We would be my six hundred pound life and we would die and in about an hour on the stuff we actually like to eat. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But tonight we're going hard. Yeah Paints. Aaron. Franklin who else who else do Gooch Oh Gooch's Stinson Instance Stinson. Big Fan of his work fusion between Aaron. Frank Gooch Gooch. Simpson's. Infant yeah. Yeah of researched. Know what I'm talking about Yup somebody somebody wrote. That I only know the white guys name but on. hammer that like button by the way if you're watching on youtube right now is it matters Kroger's set a double queue qb with. Chee into large fries? Yes. Craig. All the things I've never gotten sick of McDonald's in this life. It's since I was a small boy to right now I will never ever shit on McDonald's. And I'll go there over water burger any day of the week I. Know we live in Texas and that's the Texas thing to do is go to water burger. nope. I'd rather go to Mickey D's. Double Up. Give me that double qb with cheese. Have you had the Travis Scott thing yet? Giorgio? And by that, you mean quarter panel cheese and Bacon is that all it is. Yeah it's literally nothing. Did they put fucking barbecue sauce on or something I? Mean maybe no not the fries that's trump's Scott fries. Travis Scott. That's it. That's all they fucking did. Yeah. Yeah. It's really pretty table I think. Sick Dan how to feel them yet? Did you have some damn? No, but it's also a sprite on the rocks. Oh sprite on the rocks. What does that mean? Just a regular sprite? GotTa gotTa go with ice. Yeah With another one eighty purple. And the reason I, the reason I ask by the way is this morning Quavo we trending and it was just like Oh quavo is pitching. McDonald's his own meal. He is the most talented of the migos though his bars are far superior. I guess. Well look offset married the best. He did he did it is what it is but yes, equate about this morning. Kwa. This morning was pitching McDonald's his own meal, and it's like if we're just gonNA throw one topping on the ship and then call it your own Goddamn meal. Get, fucked. If I'm McDonald's I, don't pay that Shit right what are you GonNa do oh man I'm going to throw one extra pickle on that quarter pounder call it the Quavo look. I'd never go against McDonald's marketing because Dutta. Because here we are you know what I mean and I'm loving it. So let me get this right though CH- shift Tyson Cole, Yup of ood. Oh and Aaron. Franklin Franklin Barbecue. What's the name has come together Laura Loro. Let's. Moral Smoke House and. Bar. It's like a block and a half my house he's really. Good. It's amazing. Don't. Don't come by there we don't. We want to make sure that we don't see. Be. If you need me. Thank you. Really okay. Well, yeah. I've been wanting to go wherever we talked to Dan about other Dan. Sorry not fake Dan he's like. A winter. So? That means it was great. It was great. Yeah. No. Yeah I wanted to. Awesome. So it's going to be the best her Dan macos a say that he loved anything. Ever Yeah. Not once I took him to Mastro's in Vegas and that was the only time he was pleased. Screwed who used to. Well they really. It really doing something. Yeah, they should they should expand. Um, they should open up another place. Exactly. Speaking of other rappers by the way 'cause we're talking about quite. Oh My God man i. When you reach the depression of ATLANTA. Altogether last night watching the braves loose in spectacular fashion yet again and just absolutely giveaway series, and then I was like man. How could this possibly be more depressing, right? Oh, Shit. I, know how about outcast? FAVORITE ATLANTA. From Atlanta what if they were in a arthritic cream commercial with the whites old men dancing you Like the way you move. Yeah. Yeah when that came on after fucking homeboy he hit that home run in the seventh the dodgers to take the.

McDonald Frank Gooch Gooch Aaron Travis Scott Dan ATLANTA Fresh fish PTSD Franklin Franklin Barbecue Jesse Texas braves dodgers youtube Tyson Cole Brian Green Kroger Franklin Domino
"two weeks" Discussed on Rework

Rework

06:55 min | 7 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on Rework

"Real about. It's on Saturday when I log on to do some emails the oldest in cure twenty two hours in Welsh it again, here's Kristen. WHO HEADS UP THE SUPPORT team? By the time? I I logged off on Saturday night. The oldest were twelve hours IRA. That's better. We're so used to base camp. This is so different. We have to think about support differently, not only because we're busiest fuck, but because people don't want. A few! Response I don't think it's not the same. I've been telling everyone when we have to think about the difference between these audiences at this is. We're still friendly like it's like you're helping a friend, but you're in a big fucking. Hurry. This support team wants their new colleagues to feel cared for and empowered even under these intense circumstances. Here's Ashley who helped onboard and train the temps. They were brought on with the possibility of making their positions permanent. I think it can be difficult to relay that. You're all right when they're not used to. Who You? You are in person. You've not really had any video chatting with them, so they can understand your own open. Communication is the main component leads to trust in leads to correct answers. It leads to discussions on whether things are working now. Should it be working that way? So in a folks have agency temper, not they need to be able to truly express that questions constantly. Welcome never too many questions, never never a wrong question especially in this time when we're really very much trying to figure it all out. The Support Team is like the beating empathetic heart of the company. If they're under pressure, everyone feels it and everyone can see it. The of the many bug reports in question that flood the customer Support Queue. This is especially true during the launch of Hey, you see tickets. Come in, like Oh, I can easily fix this in. It's hard to resist the urge to just fix it. Then it might point to a larger issue like you're just not in a good state of mind to start like fixing things then as you're fixing it. Ten more things are gonNA. Come in, and you're GONNA. Learn that somebody else. Else, is trying to fix it, so it's best just to you know back off and yet you watch the things come in. You're really just looking for anything super bad and you're trying to spot patterns. That part is tough as the person who's built a lot of the stuff. It makes you wanted to get in there and fix everything. Jonas is the Design League basecamp I've been doing these like bug. Fix Rounds for the last month or so it's become like a joke. I have these bundles of them in the number keeps going up, so it's like bug fixes. One bug fix to bug fixes forty eight. Especially when you're under a lot of pressure in answering a lot of cases right now that lead you to Kinda hurry a rush through something to try to get a fix out, and then you might miss some stuff in the Nadu's is a new problem, which is almost worse like it's better for the support team to at least know with the bugs. Are there you have to? Slow down a little bit. We don't have time to get into all of the fires that got put out during these two weeks there were mail bomb attacks including one where Jason got ten thousand emails at once, and there was a dos or distributed denial of service attack. The team also realized that the randomly generated burner email addresses were assigning names like cow and rats and customers are unhappy about that, so the format got changed to avoid these problematic combinations. There were also a lot of ideas. Learn around in these two weeks about how to respond to Apple. The team considered organizing email campaigns lobby apple CEO Tim Cook or making a parody version of the hey. APP that would cost eight hundred dollars. In other big thing that coincided with the launch of Hey, was that the lease on bees camps Chicago office was up Chicago. Employees had to return to the office individually to pack up. Their desks have trouble moving out of places. Because I'm kind of a sentimental person, it's not really so much the place or the stuff. It's the the memories like thinking back of what what lived experience. He had in that place working basecamp kind of changed my whole career trajectory and stuff as I remember like the first time interviewing there in parking nearby, and like being scared about an just you know all those feelings. Weird memories kind of pop back up. You know it's a thing like you like live in an apartment. and. You're sad about leaving, and then you start like taking the posters off the walls like empty out one of the rooms. You like this place kind a mess. anyways, forget about it. It kind of had that vibe whereas like. It was no longer the office that it was when we were there this. Chicago office have been base camps physical home for ten years when the company I moved in, it looked quite different from how it looks today. A lot has changed in a decade. More mature now if something had gotten, this popular is hey. Ten years ago, we would fallen over about ten years ago I didn't interview with Jason Calcutta's on his this weekend startup show so I'm really excited to have David. Hopefully I'm going to get this right Haina Meyer. person. David Hanson. It's not that hard to say. You don't have the competitive spirit to go up against Microsoft's. Or their office suite. We're going on a bunch of their shit. Now for share point, you're not going after g mail. That problem doesn't interest me to company. We had in two thousand and ten was a new position to take on email we didn't have the capacity wouldn't have the experience. We didn't have the skills. We didn't have the ambition. After twenty years of building software sixteen years of running base camp, we were ready and finally kind of that shirty in ourselves. Although maybe people will laugh at that Samuel already been completely cocksure. Since the beginning. In some ways, but not in this way, and that's what was different. We really thought like if not us, then, who, if not now then when? Change is hard, and it's particularly difficult to go through a lot of change in a compressed amount of time in public, and during a period of painful and scary transformation for the world at large. The early success of Hey essentially created a second company within basecamp when that will need additional team, members and resources. People here are just starting to process what he means for the future of their day to day work, and for the culture at base camp, and what impact hey might have on the industry. It was a chaotic. Enthralling but horrible two weeks in feels like twenty years in the Sir Twenty first year in business, we may have another massive hit our hands that the last the last one was from two thousand four Basecamp, and now it's hey, and so this is a chance this. We have to go all in and cash in. Many, many many years of calm for a couple of chaotic weeks to get it right and to do everything we had to do to.

Chicago Jason Calcutta David Hanson Apple Samuel Kristen Welsh Ashley Jonas Microsoft Tim Cook Haina Meyer. CEO
"two weeks" Discussed on Rework

Rework

06:48 min | 7 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on Rework

"Heading into Monday, there were two important things happening in the week. The I was getting approval for the newest version of the irs up with the burner email account feature. The second was sending out, invites to the remaining seventy, thousand or so people on the hey, weightless and fully opening. Hey to the public on Thursday. So on Monday morning the team released version one point zero point two of the Hey IOS APP. That's the one that had been held up the previous week and finally approved on Friday night. Jason published an open letter to apple titled Apple, Hey and the path forward and the teams submitted the new version of their APP, the one with the burner emails it was unclear whether there would be any response from apple before ww DC which kicked off at ten. Am Pacific Time on Monday. Good morning and welcome to w WDC WBZ is an incredibly important event to apple, our developers and our users. It's apple developer Chris. That's what everyone calls it because it's like this is when we get all this new stuff again. This is Zach the team lead, not only do develop tools and new. API's and announced new IOS in Mac Os versions, so we get to see. All the stuff. We love this new technology, and they give it a whole bunch to us in one day on. Friday my thought was. I'm not GonNa Watch. WWe This year I'm GONNA show Apple. Not Going to watch it. This is Dylan. The other program are on the team. His jumbled feelings were what a lot of people FBI Camper experiencing at the start of the second week as everyone waited for apple's response, it's all mixed a lot of jumble of emotions, and and feels usually programming doesn't have feels. Like the Tom Hanks movie. There's no ceiling in programming. Crying Baseball? What are you leave her alone Jim off? and Monday the newly hire temps on support started answering customer emails and other twenty thousand invites were sent out, and some other folks at base camp picked up the baton from the weekend and kept working come Monday was like now. There's actually has to work jeff as a programmer on base camps, core product team we. We had a working version that it was based on our traditional sign up like a regular sign up. We want know throwaway accounts. We need to be able to throw them away. Neil we don't want them interfering with paying accounts, and we also have a bunch of restrictions round right? We don't want someone easily able to sign up for one and then spam people. We don't want people signing up for thousands of them and automating that process we were concerned that by you know sort of opening this up to a wider audience, and actually explicitly creating this kind of burner. Her temporary email account featured that this openness up to different avenue of abuse. This is try who had space camps, operations team, and so we did end up spinning up some unique outbound infrastructure, so that those. Those temporary emails were using different. Sending Ip's in the case that if the content was bad or the those email addresses were misused, we limited their impact on the overall experience for how users I was able to think through it in layers like okay, so I really only need to get this done because these burner accounts last for two weeks, which means I have two weeks to really think through my cleanup plan? I think that that's the right instinct to have in software, because things change so often is just think like a few steps ahead. have an idea of a possible future, but realize that that may not be the one that you end up going with so like to think through. What would I do like? What things can I defer? And what are the costs of deferring so something like this? I realized yet. We have two weeks before we really have to make sure these burner accounts. Get cleaned up in disabled so all I really have to do is make sure that the application that we submit to apple like works and hold. Hold up under scrutiny, and so I knew I just had to finish those essential things before Wednesday in. We really had time to do the rest. Fortunately, we got it all done on Tuesday. The APP would the burner email feature went into review. Apple approved it on Wednesday, and on Thursday Hayes doors open to the public know, invite code needed the OPS team under. Troy was in charge of making sure. The system was ready to handle the new surge of sign. UPS In reaction was okay. We're ready. and has also base camps first product launch in the cloud, which is probably another thing that's kind of unique for us about. Hey in the past when we've launched our products, we've usually launched them on our own hardware inter data centers. Thankfully, we were in the cloud because trying to move this quickly. Changing your scale requirements changing higher building at your system would. It would have taken potentially weeks versus days because we're not going off and you know ordering physical hardware from Dell that has to show up and ended up in Iraq. Be Cable together. I think a lot of basecamp. People feel like this. Is this sort of highly unusual unstable crazy environment of this launch? For me, it felt like a calm lodge just because. You had clear decision making with David and Jason. A decision life changing the entire launch plan can happen without you. Being on conference calls all week long. And then I think there's just a level of trust among the people here at basecamp. You know I think there was healthy recognition that what we're trying to do. was kind of outrageous, had the potential to go terribly wrong? Nobody seemed concern about that. It was very much of an optimistic feeling around lodge. Lodge even though there's this part of your brain that's going. This makes no sense by Thursday. A week and a half into launch the support team had been working with new colleagues for a couple of days, and they were chipping away at a wall of emails. Unlike anything they'd seen in recent memory. When you talk about base camp, it's UNICORNS and Emojis, exploration points, and all the details and let me. Me Know more about your business with hey ads. You've gotTA question. Here's the answer and then move onto the next one because there's three hundred other people waiting behind you. This is chase from customer support. You have to realize you're going on for kind of the long. Call here, right? This is not a like a hotdog eating contest. He was a shift, but I think it's. It's a good shift. Who Because? because. It's a shift that lines up more with what has product. Hey is calm. He is quiet. Hey, as emails not going to control me, I'm GonNa Control so you can get a bring them in Saudi to all the support stuff to than that means when you come in to the The Hague you in the morning. There's like this morning. There were six hundred something in there. You start with one. You you answer that one and you move on, and you make sure not to fall into that same inbox, zero mentality that David Jason.

Apple David Jason irs Tom Hanks WWe FBI Baseball Zach Chris developer Dylan Jim Neil jeff Iraq Troy
"two weeks" Discussed on Rework

Rework

02:53 min | 7 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on Rework

"Our product and the team we ended up with five people that were signed contract signed ready to go, and then five additional people who we weren't sure if we needed them, and we kind of put them on retainer ended up, working out in Andrea fucking busted her ass, also head of people ops getting these contracts in figuring out payroll in all of this ship. She worked just as hard as I did over the weekend we had everyone lined up on Saturday. Which is why I went to bed at seven. I were working and about seven seven thirty. I was I'm going to go to bed. In the morning after we got, everything signed I spent the day. Creating on boarding process. How can I get people? Really quickly trained on a product that is brand new. That were still learn a new onto like we know the general things about this product. We've been using it for months, but now I have to quickly onboard all these people and make sure that they understand the basic outline of what the product doesn't. It's not like any other email server risk. So. We usually do two weeks in person Elizabeth is a principal customer. Support Rep at base camp. She's been part of the on boarding process for many new hires, but it's never been anything like this. After the to in person weeks. Usually it was kind of several weeks of building up and working closely with other team members going back and forth on cases. So the whole process, I think really until someone was totally up to speed would be three months. I was funny. Because that Saturday I was trying to make the new on boarding projects in I originally was basically using our ordinary template and thinking like Oh, I! Just need to shave a little off here and there and then there was a memorize like wait. This whole thing needs to come down like it's all I got to burn it all down. That's. Of Training compressed into about a day and a half we met. We did a video chat. We introduce ourselves. I had them watch Jason's Demo on Youtube. And then I, had them read through all the snippets that we had written the previous week, so they can get a sense of like Oh what are people asking an answer, those questions? That's what those are really good for so sack and Connor. Guys to? Make this new version. Yup by Monday and. Also you need to hire people went Monday to. Ask a lot of lot from a lot of people, but everyone came through beautiful. With the weekend over in a plan in place, we come to act three. There are.

Elizabeth Andrea base camp Connor Jason
"two weeks" Discussed on Rework

Rework

07:41 min | 7 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on Rework

"Like Hayes. Also an enterprise software platform, and that's okay, or maybe it's going to be this free thing. That's okay once again. This is David. Hi Niemeyer Hanson Base Camps Co founder and CTO. We were thinking. Do you know what now is our moment? We have to closed this. There's a lot of attention on it right now, both. Both from the press and from regulators. That's not GonNa last forever, right? We can't drag this out for two months, so we need to really hurry up here and do we usually don't do which was. We worked through the weekend to make this happen to father's Day weekend to come up with a plan to implement plan to test the plan to get it already on on that Monday, the first day of the worldwide developer conference for Apple. We could have a proposal on Apple's desk that we thought. They would take. We want to show good faith effort. We want to show that we want to work with them. They asked they said they want to work on a path forward. So do we so we're going to get to work and do the work and give them something. They can see immediately first thing Monday morning. We had basically a day and a half to build it. I got I got a call from. David and Jason at some point on Saturday morning again. This is Zach the irs lead, and they said they kind of have an idea about what they wanted to do. Can we get this done? We have some friends and near L. to go out to their cabin in Montana the weekend. This is connor a designer on the team. I bailed on work early on Thursday, enjoyed Friday mostly not working and. Jumping Lake swimming and all that fun stuff, and then on Saturday morning I looked at my phone at like ten or something, and there's a text from Jason. while. That's never happened before. A very. WHO's putting me? He says Hey. Connor I note Saturday, but need to draft you to help out with something import Zach's on board and we need to pull off a miracle Monday morning. Starting at that moment, I might go He says I know tomorrow's fathers. As we have to see if we can get this done today, can we talk? The I often basecamp, add. The collins spun up a product for started Laos News Zach Forty. Chunk of progress on it, and then Rosa being the jars person she has hopton to help, and also to help. You wish so many fires on so many box on so many emergencies. This is Rosa, a programmer on the security infrastructure and performance team I was so focused on then that I didn't even lend about the -opoly until some frame outside base. Go that link me to Tucson tweets from dairy. Anisa what what is going to have no idea? I think the challenge to that. We had to make some indications to our sign up roses very thousand bike week. What hey is also a programmer on the security infrastructure and performance team? This was regarding like completely isolated season for signing up in doubt Gatien which is completely isolated from the that signed up works low completely isolated from our billing system different emails. It's very simple to describe intensive work. It represented a decent amount of work. Going Back to David said Nita's to happen over the weekend. Come up with the plan. Check implement the plan. Check test the plan for that. You need base camps, one person. Quality Assurance Department Michael as sort of started seeing some messages from a few folks on the team that they had this work lined up one of the things with with Qa. It's like it always helps to sort of know about things earlier. Sort of gives your mind the space to think through. Concerns or scenarios that may be weren't anticipated by someone else. The team didn't have the luxury of time. In this case, they had to implement and test the best version of the APP they could make an a weekend. Here's Jonas the design Lee base camp. kind of Saturday was like planning and figuring out in like the first attempt at implementing it, and then Sunday was kind of like thinking through a little bit more and be like Hey, is there anything we forgot here? We're going to have one more shot to make sure it's right I would say we do so many things where sleeping on it makes such a difference especially when you're under stress or making a decision quickly we try to take a little time away from it and come back because for whatever reason in the morning. You see a differently like you. Like what was wrong with my nighttime self close thinking something about like the end of the day. You get tired unless you're not thinking as clearly in the morning. Everything's clear again. By Sunday, which happened to be father's Day? The team had a working version of the hey IOS APP that they believed would satisfy apple's demands. People could use the APP without signing up for a paid. Hey, account, and they would just receive a randomized email address. That would last for fourteen days. But another issue had bubbled up during the first week of launch. Base camp had been sending out. Hey, invite codes to people who'd signed up on a wait list because of all the hype around launch by the end of the first week that invite list had ballooned to almost one hundred thousand people to try to move through the list. The team had started sending out thousands of invite codes a day versus the original plan, which was just a few hundred, but it still wasn't enough. The whole purpose of the list was to allow us to slowly roll this thing out in a controlled manner, but when the list got so large. It was all sort of out of control. Anyway, let's figure out how to just get this out. We want everyone now to be able to use this thing. This timing is right so Jason and David decided to move up the public launch from sometime in July to June twenty fifth. exhilarated public launch would have implications across the company, and especially for basecamp support team under the original plan where just a few hundred invites, a day would be sent out at first Jason and David had planned to answer all of the hey, related customer support emails, the rest of the support team would be monitoring incoming questions, organizing responses to the most frequently asked questions and staying on top of the queue for base camps, other products, but once the Apple Situation Started Jason David's attention was diverted, and the support team was facing a mountain of emails. They're pulled away with all these media interviews. And were in charge of this cue that is growing and growing and growing again. This is Kristin. Head of base camps customer support. I actually thought it was gonna be okay through through the whole week. And Saturday morning I got a text Jason. Asking me to hire five tenths to start on Monday mornings. Like am I gonNa do this. Am I GONNA? Get this done like what the fuck! I wasn't sure I got a text from Kristen are head of customer support. Andrea is the head of people upset based Kim. She said that we had been tasked with hiring five. At least five temporary customer support representatives to to help out with the hate you. Very intentionally designed process for hiring an for on boarding. And this was none of that. We talked about a couple options. The first was people that we interviewed that we liked in the last round. talked about just tapping some friends or friends of friends that might be interesting because it was such short notice that we really had to cover all the bases. We are very upfront that it was not going to be a typical experience. When it comes to on boarding at basecamp or even working at basecamp was a plea almost like. Can you help us out? It's a short period of time. It's going to be a little bit chaotic, but it's going to be very exciting and you're gonNA. Have a huge impact on. Our business and.

Jason David Apple Niemeyer Hanson Base Camps Co Zach Forty Connor Rosa founder and CTO Hayes Montana Jumping Lake programmer developer irs Gatien Tucson collins Michael Jason.
"two weeks" Discussed on Rework

Rework

07:04 min | 7 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on Rework

"Back, basecamp there was still a lot of activity. Jason wrote an open letter to apple, explaining that his opposition to I wasn't just about the thirty percent cut, although he did find that to be extremely high versus the single digit percentages that credit card processors charge. For Jason The bigger issue is that using apple's AP system would force customers to go through apple instead of base camp if they needed help, we have a platform. We have a lot of people who pay attention what we're doing and I felt like I had some points I. WanNa to make specifically the first one around the thirty percent thing not being the biggest issue here. WHO's right? Is it to tell me tell us to tell our customers how we can interact with them? We spent a lot of time. A lot of effort in hired a lot of people to do things our way. We do things really really well. We're extremely proud of our customer service. A Response Times responsiveness. You can't really service your customers in a way that you want to. If you care about customer service, if you push people through the APP store, you can't handle refunds. You can't handle partial payments. You can't handle hardship exemptions. You can't give people half-off. If someone is a billing issue can't help them you to say. Go go ask Apple, and when you ask Apple. Sometimes it can take three to five days to get a response. We're known as to get back to people within an hour. Jason's letter went up on Friday and the workday ended without any response from apple, however a day earlier on Thursday Phil Schiller Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing and give an interview to tech crunch where he'd suggested a few. Few ways, hey could comply with apple's rules. So when David took to twitter on Friday, he had changed his tone slightly. We drew the line in the sand. We're not gonNA. Pay You thirty percent. You can't just show up and shake down on the day of our launch after you've approved our APP and then ask US thirty percent of revenues, not gonNA. fucking happen I said he changed his tone slightly okay. I didn't say he got a full personality transplant, but There are other things that could happen. Phil Schiller you've gone out in the press and asked for other things and that you would love to see us in the APP store I. Don't know what's in Phil Schiller hearts apart. Maybe he really does love to half pay in the APP store I like that romantic notion. Let's just take that at face value and say look. This is what he wants to and. And we've somehow just misunderstood. These incredibly bake APPs store rules and Phil Schiller is now telling us what we're supposed to do so that's the olive branch extended after seeing. WE'RE GONNA burn the house down in his tech. Crunch Interview Phil Schiller had suggested a number of things. Hey, do things like charging different prices for the APP on the phone and the APP on. On. The web or offering a free version with other features, Here's one of David's responses on twitter for all the snark in exasperation. We're going to take at P.. Schiller his offer quoting Phil. Schiller now there are many things that they could do to make the APP work with the rules that we have. We would love for them to do that now. Quoting David. David again we won't ever do the AP but try some of the other quote. Many things and quote then around ten PM on the East Coast where Zach Dillon live. Everyone on the team got notification so I. Get a notification on my phone that there's a new message from APP. Review interesting thing year with this Zapper News. They don't send anything in the email. You know it's like a bank. Her like adopted. They send you an email saying to go check something else so there's no content. They'RE GONNA win log into there to the APP store connect website. That's where all this kind correspondence takes place to actually see what the messages so a lot of anxiety. I know there's a new message we haven't done anything so who knows what happens next? The note read in its entirety hello. Jason. David's tweets and look forward to working with you on a path forward. This has been approved sincerely APP review. Board, I just a base camp, and I was basically like what is happening, and it was so casual and informal in so shorts that we figure I figured this had to be written by Phil Schiller or someone very high up in Apple. If you're just like a normal employee and you're communicating about a issue, that's gotten publicity. You know you're really light your very careful about it. And this was just always. We saw David's twenty. Okay, cool things a great by. Wonderful because. This was version one point Oh two, which had been approved. This is the version that was being held up for a week. It was the center of all the controversy, but that's not the end of this. Because one point or two is a bug. Fix version like that's not the future of the product. That was just the bug fixes or being held. What are we going to find a medium where they're happy? We're happy. You heard Jason this is not the end. Apple dropped this cryptic note late on a Friday night ww DC, they're big developer event was scheduled to kick off on Monday sign ups for Hey and the first week of launch had wildly exceeded company expectations, and there were still tens of thousands of people on the wait list for an invite code, and with that. Let's head into act to a miracle by Monday. After Approving version, one point zero point, two of the HEY APP and saying they wanted to work on a path forward apple kind of vanished again there was no further communication via the developers portal or a phone, call or twitter. All the team had to go on was Phil Schiller's quotes in that tech crunch piece I was thinking about other ways that people can use email again. Here's base camp founder and CEO Jason Freed and I was walking around and I saw a lost dog. Add on a telephone pole and had someone's email address on it. We have a cat mcph I lost my cat. I don't know if I'd WANNA put my email address up. There would if I could put a temporary address up. There know thinking about like with craigslist. When you put an end up on Craig's list, they hide your email address essentially from the public they give you this like weird. Token is one. This would actually be really interesting thing. We could offer temporary randomized email addresses that expire. It's a trial. There's no path to move on. It's not an actual You'd WANNA. Keep. This is just a temporary email for people who wanna use an email for something that doesn't. Doesn't last very long. Everything lasts forever. There's some situations you wanna sign up for something. You don't want to give you real. An email address that's we came up with this idea and that satisfied apples demands. Because it was a free thing, it was limited. It did not continue into a paid thing. There was no path from this temporary email address to paid, and then we also had been building. Hey, for work. which is what we're using at base camp now. A couple of other companies are using it which is a multi user version of Hey where the company pays, and the employees don't, and that's another condition that. Allows in the APP store without having to pay thirty percent I don't even know which one of them is going to do it either. It's going to be this thing about.

Phil Schiller apple David Jason Phil Schiller Apple twitter Schiller Jason The US craigslist Phil Jason Freed East Coast founder and CEO senior vice president of world Zach Dillon Craig developer
"two weeks" Discussed on Rework

Rework

08:19 min | 7 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on Rework

"David works the press and social media angles. Jason filed an official appeal with Apple Jason's regular writer. I think it'd make compelling points Davis been out there on twitter is getting some noise and. A lot of times. This thing happens where know something happens to review, and then it makes noise, and then they reverse it, so I had every hope that point that it would be the reverse. They say okay. Yeah, this is fine. This is like the other APP and other APPs Gray area, or whatever, but it's fine. We were hopeful at this point. It had gotten a whole. Whole lot of media attention, the overwhelming sentiment was not favorable towards apple. We thought that apple was GONNA want an out at this point I used to. We were pretty surprised actually when they talk to the press before they even told us about the sign of rejection, it goes on twitter, and then I saw post. Go Up from techcrunch protocol on the verge like simultaneously. This was plan. Apple had sent the response to base camp, and a select group of media outlets at the exact same time, and their rejection came back to this fundamental disagreement over whether hey, needed to offer in that purchase. But the part that really stung was something they said about base camps history with Apple. One line read that base camps APPs quote do not offer in APP purchase, and consequently have not contributed any revenue to the APP store over the last eight years and quote, they said well. You've been in the APP store for eight years. You haven't contributed. That is like wow, this is this is a couple days before they're about. The have their really good wwe see where they tell other developers how much we appreciate you. Know. We have not contributed to APPs store revenue. However, apple sells thousand dollar phones and these thousand dollars phones. They can only sell because of this entire ecosystem, so to say that we have we've added no value to their system is that that's offensive to a situation where both of us benefited provided, a marketplace for an apple provided an easy way for customers to get to the software. And we contribute to the IPHONE and MAC. Os being valuable products that people want. The real heartbreak here is that base camp? The company is full of apple fans. Employees Use apple products at work and in their homes. Apple's design has inspired base camps products the introduction of the IPHONE. IOS changed the course of Zach and Dylan's entire careers. And Apple is a crucial part of Jason Freeze Origin Story. Eighty seven I. Remember going over my friend Adams House right next door. He's like Jason. You gotta check this thing on. Like what is he's like just come over so like all right, so I run downstairs in my house I run across the lawn, I. His front door's always open I wave. Hi to his mom. Sylvia and I caught the stairs and. And, he go into Adams bedroom in there was there was a Mac se running Microsoft flight simulator in blew my mind, and that's like I, got into software gotten to design I got into running a business all because of apple, and that moment of seeing that thing that Mukasey for the first time is how I've always wanted people to see our products. When people see hey, for the first time to go. This is totally different. Part of it was that apple was one of the good guys. They're a big company. In late stage, capitalism I I know that, but also thought that directionally apple was aligned with my own values, and I was developing for. You know a platform and and contributing to the wellbeing of accompany because I do believe that what I do contributes to well being. And they contribute to mind and I thought that we were aligned. There were moments over those two weeks where. I thought to myself like if apple just didn't let us put an APP in the APP store I was actually contemplating retirement like literally. Saying like to be in this industry, if I can't run my own business, my own way, and we've gone through all these these steps not to become someone else's company, but to stay independent, and now there's a company out there saying well, you could be independent as long as you give you thirty percent of our revenues like that's worse than V deal. Why does it have to be this way out? That's really I think what ultimately got me riled up and I lost a lot of sleep over it and I. Feel like I was ill. Like physically ill because of the stress and things, a lot of other people felt same similar. If not more stress anxiety for maybe different reasons, you know in all this time we head huge amount of positive feedback on all levels all platforms so. Exciting time now we're just trying to like fight to. Even have are out there for customers. WanNa bail outs I. Don't want to go in front of Congress yet we get sue apple, but they have like two hundred billion dollars in cash. They could just. Draw down to raw dead, so it's like not even a fight could be from. Zach. He's one hundred percent in like. Let's do a confrontation like let's just. And, that's conner base camps. IOS Designer David like I'M GONNA burn this place down and the side. Conversations were kind of like no need to pick a fight to poke the bear. Since we had one point Oh in the APP store. We had customers using out. There are still bugs, so we're still like trying to focus in might go through our. Blog less and our feature lists trying to figure out what's next was just really really distracting. A make any forward progress. It was still uncertain whether it's. Going to be an APP at all anymore. Jason David handling the original strategy and we were told. Don't work on earned that purchased or like any sort of like work around Akiva kind of put on pause in many respects. It wasn't really any room where all you need for us to be doing anything until they decide what they want to do. Apple denied Jason's appeal on Thursday. Day Four of launch, this is hugely demoralizing to base camp, and the team in particular, and the level of publicity was still at a fever pitch, but there were so many other things going on in the world like protests following the killing of George Floyd Some people at base camp struggled with managing their emotional energy. During this time. Here's Jane Cam data analysts. She'd been pulling all kinds of numbers during launch week, including figures on apple's clout in the mobile industry given the context in that week, and that moment of what was going on. The the level of outrage for instance might have felt looking at those numbers at another point in time was much more muted. The fight to improve the rules and to decrease the slice of the Pie. That apple gets you know. It's an issue worth fighting for instance issue with fighting, because not just base camp faces and a lot of. A lot of companies that don't have the privilege and the platform and the independence to be able to make these statements like just there's a lot of fear. Also people are fighting for the right to be able to just like exist without being killed by police at the same time. The days in which I was pulling, these numbers were also the days in which some of the public outcries were the loudest and the poll to really. Be. Doing more felt the strongest. That was one of the things that I was having a hard time with with balancing. Everything was going on in the world, and then being super focused on the launch of Hey, this is Lexi, a customer support representative at base camp. WHO's based in new? York by the Friday of Launch Week. Seventeen person team was fielding. Thousands of Hey. Emails a day. Friday was also June eighteenth, which commemorates the day in eighteen, sixty five, when federal orders ending slavery were read in Texas two years after the emancipation proclamation this year, June eighteenth was marked by celebrations and protests across the US this is a revolution in. The civil rights movement happening in our era right now and I just could not bear to be looking at a computer screen for another day. I had to do something I had to be on the street I had to be connecting with. I, also a white woman, and I know that me observing June teeth is very loaded, and and I'm open to learning about that and trying to continue learning. But it felt.

apple Jason David twitter Zach Davis York Texas techcrunch Adams House US writer official George Floyd Sylvia
"two weeks" Discussed on Rework

Rework

08:19 min | 7 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on Rework

"The. Plane was to launch on June fifteenth with not just a Web APP but mobile APPs for. ANDROID and desktop APPs for Windows Lennox and MAC the first sign of trouble landed on John's lap the Friday before launch. His team is in charge of the desktop APPs including the one for Mac. We submitted our desktop. MAC APP to the MAC APP store. And they rejected outright. The reason for this rejection was because hey doesn't offer a way to pay for the service inside the APP for that. You have to go to the web. Apple has rules for developers around in-app purchases or I A P for short. You'll be hearing that term a lot in this episode. Basically, if you're selling something, you have to go through apple system for collecting payment and give apple a cut. We just forgot that that was an issue directly our company has. Only, dealt with IOS APPs. We've never use the MAC APP store before so fortunately. You can install Mac apps without that MAC APP store just by hosting the files ourselves Nubia who's new at the company in March on our team, we through our curve ball, and said here's the new plan. And she pulled off moving the entire Mac, APP, to our own infrastructure in the day. Okay, so that was a pretty straightforward work around, but this hiccup with the desktop was. was just the beginning unlike MAC OS, there's no way to directly distribute mobile APPs for the iphone and IPAD for that. You have to go through the APP store and Follow Apple's rules that includes using their payment system. If you want to charge customers for your APP and giving apple, thirty percent of what you make, there are however many examples of companies that have successfully skirted this. The defacto facto rules everyone operates under which is a combination of written and unwritten. Is that if you have another way of doing payment? than you cannot advertise. It were linked to it within the APP Dylan is a programmer on the Iowa team, so you can offer a service that has a log in like Netflix for example. And you can have people create accounts and set up payment. Elsewhere but you cannot in the APP. Linked to that or give people any information about that. This netflix style setup is what the team landed on. If customers wanted to. Hey, guess, they'd sign up on the web at Hey, dot, com, avoiding apples, iep and the hey IOS. APP would be careful not to advertise that sign up method so with that decided. The team got ready for launch day. Hey was planned to be launched on June fifteenth and we knew that getting it on the APP store typically on a new product where they were Hewitt. More scrutiny is scary. Week ahead of time. We submitted the APP. And that was. That was one week before the product's launch. And then it was approved. And we are a great. We have an APP to go ready for June Fifteenth Day of launch. Then we built more features than we fixed a lot of bugs. Then we submitted our bug update. This was on Sunday night, and hope was that are bug are bugs except date with approved pretty quickly and most people would naturally. We ever see the good version later in the day and Monday. Monday morning we were rejected. You know I didn't think it was a kind of a crisis situation yet like every Iowa's developer, we've had various rejections Zach as a programmer and the lead for the IRS team. We thought oh well. We'll flame, and then they'll say okay. That's fine, we you know we got confused. We made a mistake. You Know Zach and I. We both woke up probably about sitting in bed and I know I was messing back before the pay. What do we do what we do? And we said we prepared a response. For Apple, explaining that, Hey, as a web service and the IRS, APP is a compliment to that Web service all count management. All payment is done to the web service, and that's what we explained. The team wasn't too worried at this point, but morning on Monday. Apple rejected the APP again. Here's Basecamp CEO Jason Freed we didn't know the depth. Of nervousness anxiety, we were about to enter the pit. It's funny because we were tempered because the excitement for the project off the charts, and so we were excited, but also kind of terrified because we couldn't deliver what we wanted to deliver, which was a great APP on every platform. One point was great, but I mean if that was the last person we could ever do that wouldn't be great enough we. We have other things to do and other. Other improvements WHO WANNA make if we gated there. We'd be in real trouble so that that was the start of it, so we said you know we're just going to resubmit. There are so many stories on the Internet and personal experience. To that one day we got a reviewer that was accepted at next day. We got a reviewer that didn't so. We thought we'd spend the roulette wheel and navy will. Maybe we'll get the reviewer this time. WHO's okay. So, later on Monday, we submitted a new binary changed the screen shots. The AP very quickly went into review. which is unusual. And then Saturday review for. A day, which is also very unusual, and usually it doesn't take that long. When it's review shows saves already been approved. It shouldn't like. They have to learn it from scratch and she. Kind of doing their their sanity. Check on. It so once start to be interviewed for while you're kind of like alarm bells go off like Oh. This is, there might be a problem here. This newer version that was stuck in Apple's review process was one point point two and then on Tuesday saxophone rang. Very little phone calls and ninety nine, seven or spam. You know they're all from my like my local area code. They'll tell me about my car. Warranty your credit card, Bill or something. This one said San Jose. I don't know anyone there so i. kind of thought like Oh this is this is apple, and I've been doing Iowa's development since two thousand eight, when they released the first case, and I've never talked to apple before. No says hi. I'm calling from Apple. We're talking about you. Review Beloit than kind of tells me that this is not a mistake. They've escalated it internally, and they are rejecting it. They're not changing. Their minds is basically this is. How it is right. It wasn't a discussion. I jump right into basecamp and high mentioned everyone, Connor and Dylan everyone the Iowa team. Jason David said well it's. Apple, and this is not good so version one point zero point you had been rejected for not offering in APP purchase version one point Oh whistle still in the APP store and people could download it, and if they were in the first batch of customers who received hey, invite codes they could create accounts and start using the APP, but now the team was worried. Apple would yet version one point. Point Oh from the APP store so basecamp, Co founder and CTO David Haina Myer Hanson. Did what he does best, and took the fight to twitter on Tuesday afternoon D. H. tweeted, there is no chance in bloody hell that we're going to pay apples ransom. I will burn this house down myself before I let gangsters spin it for spoils. This is profoundly perversely abusive and unfair douses is the company. We were looking at an existential threat from our perspective in the sense that we'd already made the ethical choice that we were not going to give apple thirty percent. You can't launch a major mainstream email service. If you're not on the IPHONE, so if apple was going to kick us out at the APP store because of that. We would already have burned half the house down and then to finish the job, we would have sought every recourse in the book and we talked to lawyers about it. Like what is it look like? Just sue apple for this kind of stuff and they went Let me tell you you have a good case. Against one point five trillion dollar company. Who's going to hire three of the highest payed law firms in the US to absolutely borough you with subpoenas and positions, and hey, here's your life for the next ten years. By Wednesday the third day of launch, David's tweets were blowing up the dispute with apple over their rejection of the hey app was getting covered by CNBC Bloomberg wired the verge and many other tech outlets. The publicity was creating a huge surge of interest in. Hey, so while.

Apple Iowa Mac Netflix Jason David developer programmer Dylan US John Basecamp Zach AP twitter IRS
"two weeks" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

11:20 min | 11 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on Start Here

"Excellent start here. You heard the problem. So what is Congress planning on doing about it? Is there something preventing you from achieving? Your goals is work related stress or insomnia slowing you down better help. Online COUNSELING SECURELY CONNECTS. You with the professional licensed counselor log into your account any time to easily schedule video or phone sessions and securely exchange unlimited messages with your counselor. It's therapy two point. Oh support wherever you are whenever it's convenient and start here listeners. Get ten percent off their first month. Better help with the code here star. Now go to better help dot com slash here. Let's think about how this all ships what we were seeing a couple of weeks ago. You remember how happy everyone seemed to be with this big stimulus bill drug on America go to their mailboxes and find four figure checks to help with their bill to all Americans. I say this help is on the way since then. No one's gotten their checks because it takes a while to get that going and more importantly it is increasingly clear that healthcare concerns will continue for months and livelihood could be impacted for years if nothing happened so if that reality has changed how is. Congress adjusting their game plan. Let's check in with ABC senior congressional. Correspondent Mary Bruce. Because Mary and no-one ever thought a single check in the mail was gonna do the trick for everyone but like is twelve hundred dollars. Is that beginning to feel insignificant? Where you are. Yeah I mean look. The more unemployment rises the more critical. It is that Washington does more and both sides of the aisle new even though that two trillion dollar package seems like so much money. The point is that was never going to be enough problems that we don't realize now that we're going to have to grapple worth so I think the odds are high there will be a covert four and while lawmakers were able to quickly put together that last package and passed unanimously. They're already squabbling about the next stimulus. Bill still continue on emergency medication but in the next bill are focused will also be on recovery. It's clear the Democrats being led now by house speaker. Nancy Pelosi want to go big. She is making an urgent call for action and she's eyeing a plan that will be very heavy on infrastructure addressing some of the most critical impacts in vulnerability in America that had been laid further. Bayer by the corona virus but Republican leader. Mitch McConnell is telling Pelosi to stand down. He's warning Democrats at the next. Bill can't include unrelated items that this isn't a chance. He says for Democrats to simply get in all of their political priorities while Democrats really say in order to stimulate the economy to grow not just tried to plug a hole but actually grow the economy. You're going to have to go big. Don't Democrats have kind of a decent cheerleader in a guy named DONALD TRUMP? Like that seems to work well for them. This is where it gets really tricky. The president has voiced some support for doing a big infrastructure project we will spend eight trillion dollars in the Middle East and yet our roads are in bad shape. Our bridges our tunnels bad shape. There's been a lot of talk about doing some kind of infrastructure plan in Washington for years now in fact it's become a bit of a joke because it never seems to happen but focusing on infrastructure is a good way to put a lot of people back to work it seems. Republicans are making it pretty clear They're not GONNA LET NANCY. Pelosi lead this charge. So that's looking months or years in the future like building a new highway right now. Let's talk about the next couple of months because healthcare right. Somebody gets sick right now. They're being told you know. Don't even go to the hospital or doctor's office unless you feel you might die and guess what if you get to that point. I hope you didn't get laid off and lose your health insurance. What are people supposed to do? This is a huge concern right now. Because of course it's unemployment skyrockets so too does the number of Americans without health insurance now. The president had suggested that he might be open to reopening enrollment for Obamacare in the midst of this crisis. But he now says he's not going to do that I can't commit. I have to get approval from it. I have a thing called Congress. And of course remember his administration has been urging the Supreme Court to dismantle the law entirely. So what can you do if all of a sudden you realize you don't have coverage in the midst of this healthcare crisis and you really want it well if you recently lost your insurance because you lost your job despite what the president is doing you do have a sixty day window to enroll through obamacare? No you didn't have health insurance to begin with. There's a chance you might qualify through medicate if that doesn't work if you don't qualify for Medicaid you can check and see if you live in one of twelve states that have decided on their own to reopen. Enrollment is such important information. Right there. Mary if you lost your job if you're listening and you're tuning out. Just go back thirty seconds right now. Listen to what Mary just said. Because there are ways to protect yourself but you gotta do it in sixty days thank you mary. Thanks Brad place like new city for a second. We're advising New Yorkers to wear a face covering when you go outside and will be near other people across the city. Parts of the state. Life is changing so quickly so dramatically that even bad stuff is changing in ways that you might not have anticipated during the last few weeks. Social distancing increasing overall crime has now plunged by nearly twenty percent want to bring an ABC senior investigative reporter. Amer Katersky who covers New York law enforcement because Aaron? I feel like everything feels dangerous right now but in a weird way like it's also dangerous for criminals. I guess right. Is that what we're seeing? We are seeing a dramatic reduction in crime for the month of March especially in the last two weeks when the mayor imposed his executive order that kept non essential workers home and everybody out of school crime fell in every borough about twenty percent overall fewer murders fewer shootings fewer robberies but of course keeping everybody indoors poses challenges of its own yet. In what way because we we are seeing certain areas rise as well. What are they will think about Brad? There's a real concern with everybody cooped up at home about other problems that that could pose child abuse for example or alcoholism but particularly the cops here are concerned about domestic violence. Home visits have been curtailed. Obvious reasons but those high priority people we need to in touch with to make sure that Violence isn't happening behind closed doors. There's a real concern that. Although reports of domestic violence were down in March the police commissioner says. He doesn't doubt that it's happening. It just means that women may not be able to get out of the House to actually report to police who are at risk relationships. They are now trapped with your abuser in there. Don't have those pockets of time to call a domestic violence counselor in hotline Soviet. Nypd has put a team of domestic violence officers on patrol to try to take reports and check on those that may be prone to domestic violence based on incidents in the past there was an individual who was standing next to a Asian individual and started spraying for breeze around his feet and around him and read the other point of worry for the NYPD. Hate crimes they don't WanNa see them at any time but especially during the ongoing corona virus response. They're seeing a couple of different incidents that tend to fall under two motivating factors either the victim's race meaning anti Asian reflecting where the virus originated from China. I need to know or the perception that somebody may have the virus. And that's considered an Anti Crime Dylan Marino's family says. Their son was discriminated against by a teacher who claims. He mistook coughing as a sign that the thirteen year old had cove in nineteen and since the outbreak. The Hate Crimes Task Force has been involved in about a dozen cases. All the victims were Asian and targeted. The police said due to discrimination based on the corona virus pandemic. But it's a good thing. Crime is largely down Brad because officers are getting sick at a rather alarming rate as we speak about six thousand New York City. Police officers are out sick. That's seventeen percent of the force so there's still plenty of cops around but it is forcing the department to make some adjustments and if things get really bad the state police could be called in to augment. Yeah I'm across the East River from you right now. Erin but it. It is just Erie to see at night. No cars on the streets except for cruisers. Police cruisers is quietly going by with their lights on to let you know. They're still there anchor. Turkey. Thanks so much. Thank you stay well and one last thing. If this episode was all about the domino effect of the corona virus considered this about thirty thousand gallons of milk a day is all being dumped in your -Sconsin cove in nineteen has forced dairy farmers to dump alderbrook down the drain. Nothing to do with health concerns but because of this all I know is that apparently the their. They can't bottle milk they got. They have nowhere to take it to remember. Erin talk about how kids are staying home from school. That means a lot of them are getting lunch at school. They're not getting milk. That means milk producers are sending their products to grocery stores. Well guess what a lot of people stocked up a while back and don't need any new milk this week on the shelves that means the cartons used to bottle. This new the gas spent a ship. It it's all a waste right now. So farmers of America has been telling dairy farmers just dump it. Just get rid of it. We'll pay you. Even the problem is they can only afford to pay for spilled milk for so long. In the meantime dairy farmers had just seen their prices rising for the first time in years. Now they're back in the danger zone. The only consolation is Wisconsin. Cheese lasts much longer concern for dairy. Farmers has nothing to do with the fact that my last name is milky. I just thought you should know about this. Start here is produced by David. Ryan Kelly Tarez Trevor Hastings. Josh Cohen Terry Kimball and Lauren. Ephron thanks to Eric Johnson Kia Brown John Newman Elizabeth Russo. Avila's stationed Hugh Special. Thanks this week to Barbara De de Stacey rollins Lewis Millman Mike the bus Barbara Friedman. I'm Brendan See. This country's Philbin anxiety and questions are the math really effective in protecting you. From the corona virus as corona virus continues its relentless spread across the country. We want to help and give you the latest information. I'm Aaron Katersky from ABC News. And I'm hosting the new podcast called cove. Nineteen what you need to know. Surface cleaning does work each weekday. We call our chief. Medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton and other experts to respond directly to. What's on your mind about this virus? It's Cova nineteen what you need to know a new series weekday afternoons on your favorite podcast.

Congress Mary Bruce America dairy farmers Brad Nancy Pelosi Aaron Katersky president Bill ABC New York City Washington Erin Nypd DONALD TRUMP Obamacare ABC News Middle East
"two weeks" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on Start Here

"Breaking news for our viewers in the West a stunning report just out. It shows a record shattering. Six point six million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week. That is double last week's record. Report was among more than six million Americans who've lost their job or had their hours reduced again. This is not cumulative six million just last week. I want to start this morning. I go on. Abc's chief Business Economics reporter. Rebecca Jarvis. Rebecca I mean you had warned people. This could be five million. This could be six. I thought that was the had to be an exaggeration. It even higher. It's a staggering figure. More than six point six million people lost their jobs last week and filed for unemployment insurance. And we know as your guests just said this is probably going to be about March thirtieth time calling today trying to apply for unemployment and they can't even get through because the weights are so gigantic guests. They're overloaded websites. Have so many people on them even just to get signed on took me five hours. He phones have so many people trying to call them that the number of people who are actually getting through and truly filing is smaller than the actual number of people who are getting laid off and losing their jobs. Here's the thing. Forty five at least forty five states at this point are in lockdown and the most optimistic read of this information is that everybody is doing exactly what they've been told to do. Stay home if you're not an essential worker if you're a business shut it down. As revealed in our new poll one in three Americans say they are an immediate family. Member have been laid off or lost their job as a result of the pandemic. The question for anybody who's lost their job after the immediate. When am I going to get my unemployment? Insurance is when am. I going to get my job back or what's going to be waiting for me on the other side of this way to have an com to make money sitting here pretty much devastated and hoping that this situation nightmare. What ENDS THE MONEY? Is there for the unemployment insurance? But the bigger in a longer term sense. Is those jobs for AD. Did this new sense of how bad things could get. Because I know you've been starting from the rooftops like this is going to be bad like pay attention but does this give us a new sense of what the the trough would be the bottoming out. Well I think it's a reality check. These numbers are a reality check and when a few weeks ago before the shutdowns really started in most states when people were out with expectation some analysts were out with expectations of how high unemployment could go and they were unfathomable at that point but the St Louis Federal Reserve for example is forecasting an unemployment rate of more than thirty two percent. That would be three times. The worst unemployment rate of the great recession. That would be forty seven million Americans out of work and then on the other side there are plenty of big companies that will bring employees back but of course there are the small businesses those thirty million small businesses that are having to white knuckle it through these really difficult complicated times watching yer secure quickly is horrifying and it is hard to imagine that everybody. Unfortunately all of those businesses are going to make it to the other side. We really want to try and keep as much as possible right now. We're just locker by the choice. This is many more weeks to go brad. And that's just it's it's really tough to hang on if you're a small business and even for some big businesses in like you've been saying if you did lose your job or you just cannot make next runs payment that Nick's cell phone bill. There are companies that are offering some help some extensions. But it's generally on you to start making those calls to get on those websites of Rebecca Jarvis. Thank you thank you Brad..

Rebecca Jarvis brad Abc St Louis Federal Reserve chief Business Economics Nick reporter
"two weeks" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

02:02 min | 11 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on Start Here

"It's Friday April third and a one point. Does it feel like America's getting laid off? You start here. Remember the single worst week in the history of American employment will double it. A lot of people are trying to apply for unemployment and they can't even get through six million jobless claims would have seemed unfathomable a month ago. We'll could these layoffs lead to even more layoffs. Meanwhile twelve hundred dollar check suddenly might not sound so impressive. The money that was never going to be enough. What Congress is planning to do about your bank account and your healthcare is the pandemic wears on and crime is down at least the crime. You can easily see. Violence isn't happening behind closed doors. We knew Kobe. Nineteen could shape communities. But it's going to happen in more ways than you think. Abc News this is start here. Brad Milkey you know part time workers were no longer necessary and this is. My friend sat a bunch of jobs. He's an educator. He leads tours at a museum. He makes extra money as a stagehands. Doing DIFFERENT GIGS will a couple weeks ago. All those gigs went away. I submitted the claim via the website. But there is an additional step that you have to take the final step. Is You have to speak to a human being as he did what you do. He filed for unemployment. At least he tried to is. How many calls do you think you made? Well one hundred and fifty four. We count them. I counted them so that took him until last week to actually get his claim in. You remember that huge spike in unemployment claims we saw last week. Who's five times higher than any other week in history will? Seth didn't make that list. He missed that cut off because he was on the. I filled out my form on march nineteenth. I did not get through to a human until the twenty seventh which is part of the reason that yesterday. The number of weekly unemployment claims skyrocketed.

Seth America Abc News Brad Milkey Kobe Congress
"two weeks" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

13:15 min | 11 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"The opinion pages of the Wall Street Journal this is Potomac Watch. We talked the last podcast about Nancy. Pelosi's push for a fourth Kuroda Virus. Relief Bill from Congress and her idea of getting significant infrastructure spending in it. A president trump has now endorsed that in theory He tweeted with interest rates for the United States. Being at zero. This is the time to do. Our decades long awaited infrastructure bill. It should be very big and bold. All capital letters two trillion dollars and focused solely jobs in rebuilding the once great infrastructure of our country Kim Thi trump is a builder. And so this has always been the kind of thing that appeals to him and he is huddled with. Democrats on infrastructure. In the past. I think last year there was talk. Maybe of doing this. Why has it broken down previously? And will this be any different? Well this has always been the great hope right because this is the one area where everybody agrees in. Theory trump loves to build things. Democrats love to spend money and it's never worked out in the past because their disdain for the president has been so much that they didn't want to give him a victory or work with him on anything so it from my perspective the risk here because by the way I think this is a terrible idea but the risk here is that we now have a new vehicle for working together right which is a response to corona virus And Nancy Pelosi is positioning. This says a stimulus. The president is positioning this as a stimulus. I think one problem though. And you're gonNA see that kind of clash as debate goes forward. Is that Nancy? Pelosi's idea of stimulus is to give a lot of money to schoolteachers okay. Donald Trump made clear in his his tweet that he sent out about this. It needs to be focused on the economy and building. That's broken down in the past two as well because of those very divergent visions of what An infrastructure bill looks like and that could still be a hurdle for anyone to get over. But even if you even if you grant trump his vision of it that this would be bridges and roads and ports and dams dredging and stuff like that It's hard for me to see how this is going to be a stimulus in during the rotavirus bill. I mean how was in this. The problem with the Obama stimulus during the financial crisis. That was shovel ready. That wasn't shovel. Ready Be Bill. How fast could this buddy possibly get anywhere near the actual economy? Yeah well I think I'm as Kim SORTA suggested you know. We learned that. The definition of shovel ready was That it goes to teachers pay and pensions and so forth but again I I think Kashmir on the same wavelength here. I don't think it's just not GONNA HELP. And Corona virus. I think it's it's kind of a dubious idea in itself and especially for our economy. Now I don't see how the this solves the problem that we have. I mean the problem we have is that we've stopped a lot of production because of this so there's a lot of demand there just isn't the supply. I don't really know what this does because once some of those steps are lifted. I think there's going to be a lot of pent up. Demand satisfied There's GonNa be lots of gearing up on the economy and I descend from the idea. Also that bold equals more dollars you know when I worked in a White House. People would say that sometime. We need a big ticket thing. No no small beer and that always got me very nervous because I think very few examples. Where were that's worked just to pick out one example though of why this we'll take so long to get through Let's talk a little about Nipah. The National Environmental Protection Act Which the Journal has has written a good amount over the years So that's the the law that requires environmental studies of new infrastructure. Projects like roads so there is a study of that in the White House that said that The average final environmental impact statement From two thousand thirteen two thousand seventeen took four years and ran six hundred seventy pages and remember. That's an average so there are some really wild outliers like a EXP- expansion of an interstate twelve miles of an interstate. That took like nine thousand pages or something like that So in January the trump administration has Propose a rule that would streamline this a little bit and put presumptive limit on those impact statements of two years and three hundred pages but that rule. I don't think Kim that rule I don't think that's finalized yet. And so that could help but still I mean you're still talking about two years before any of this money would potentially be put into the road. It's not finalized and it's also because it's an executive order or rule I. It's not necessarily a true. Were four and that's one of the other problems with this whole debate. Discussion is that. It's the rest of the Republican Party and the rest of the Democratic Party to not just Nancy Pelosi and trump and there's long been and understanding among Republicans that they have a price if there's going to be public money spent on infrastructure right. Because you're GONNA have some people say oh you know this is just something we can will put a little bit of seed money and will leverage private sector dollars to do these things but the reality is you're going to have to put a bunch of government money into do this and Republicans have always said Democrats if you want us to do that and commit this money to. You're going to have to allow for regulatory reform so that these projects can get done at lake off the ground. Get moving within a matter of months and because the environmental left basically controls the Democratic Party. That's always been a place. Democrats won't go. So you still have that fundamental problem there in the it's maybe. Donald Trump could pushes party to go along with this but there is going to be an enormous amount of Republican skepticism. To move like this if there wasn't some fundamental change in the law and a Senate Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell is already Already playing this down a little bit saying that you know we need to wait and see how the last emeals Bill went Before we do anything else so you know maybe this will end up as another donald trump tweet and nothing more but we'll have to wait and see Let's talk a little bit now about Joe Biden who is still stuck at at home But trying to get his message out so he has launched a new podcast called. Here's the deal with Joe Biden. And he does seem to be shifting his own tone a little bit so he put out a a two or three minute web advertisement where he's lauding healthcare workers as American Heroes Cut with images video of of People in face masks and ambulance crews in that kind of thing. Bill I mean. Do you think this is a better tack for him right now than attacking the president which is what he had been doing previously. I do but I still think it's A. He's in kind of a bad position. Look he's in the position sort of of the person who selected to give the rebuttal address after the state of the Union. I mean you have. The president of the United States speaking from the podium of Congress with all three branches of government represented. There's no more powerful image and then the poor guy that's stuck rebutting just look small by comparison and the former vice president stuck in his basement. You know what this confusing equipment that he can't master. I think it's better tone but it's a difficult time for him because whether or not you like. Donald trump or grew with them with the American people see is the president taking command and so forth. And it's very hard to counter that I do think if he wanted to be noticed it'd be less to To Berate Trump I. I don't think the American people are in a mood for just carping and a people who are trying to do something even if they're wrong about the I do think he could. He could show his leadership within the Democratic Party by calling the Democrat Congress to better behavior and more cooperation and so forth. This is a time to put past the politics and do it. I think that would actually make him. Look more like a commander of chief but he. He's in a very you know he's in his basement. He's been very difficult position to command the same kind of respect and attention that the president hasn't that has nothing to do with either Joe Biden himself or Donald Trump himself but just the nature of the position that he's in and Kim. It's hard to know what else he might be able to do. At this point. I mean if he went out somewhere To Detroit and tried to hold a press conference or something he'd be charged with breaching the rules of social distancing And don't forget he's in the age group that is pretty vulnerable to this virus. So what other options does he have? Well actually it was really interesting. He did do something unique and different on Tuesday. Which is I guess. His attempt to continue to try to campaign out in the states even though he can't officially campaign in the states but what he did on Tuesdays he actually endorsed a pair of Wisconsin. School district referendums which is highly unusual for someone to be at the kind of national level running as a presidential candidate to bother with something like a school referendum. But these referendums are in Milwaukee which is Wisconsin's largest school district and racine both are heavily Democratic districts The these referendums were all about getting more dollars for school. So the Milwaukee one was cost taxpayers about eighty seven million. The racine one has about a billion dollars and his argument. Was You know? We need to invest in our public schools and our students. And so I'm supporting these two referendums so this is his way of trying to get some more headlines within the state and a state that by the way he has not yet been able to campaign in at all yet but a state. That's going to matter in the Democratic primary races as we go forward. These are the kind of I don't know what you would call them. Actions that they're having to resort to to to get their name out even in the state yet to decide on a nominee orthodox campaigning. That's interesting Bill How do you? How do you weigh? What the outcomes of that are. That are in play here politically. I mean what's what's been interesting to me. Is that throughout this crisis? President Trump's handling of it has been rated very very well by voters and his overall approval rating has been going up a little bit But it's also notable semi that if you look at the The real clear politics Averaging of polls On the general election trump versus Biden. I mean I know it's early But by not doing too bad. He's currently up average by about six points I mean what do you make of that? The those those numbers moving in tandem. Yeah I don't really make anything of the latter because until campaign starts I think you see a lot of that I remember the polls about Hillary Clinton Saying kind of the same thing. It's it's very abstract until Donald Trump the campaign really begins Donald Trump and the RNC. Every everyone gets full gear and the Democrats getting full gear to attack on the On the ratings of the press conference I think the president has moved a lot from his initial things. He's I mean it's one thing about the bat. Donald Trump if you put aside the noise that always accompanied him just focus on what he does. He often adjusts now. He'll never admit it right. He'll never admit he changed his mind. Or something I mean. I think it's fair to say that he downplayed the virus in the beginning..

Donald Trump president Nancy Pelosi Kim Thi Joe Biden Congress Democratic Party White House United States Wall Street Journal rotavirus Potomac Watch vice president Obama Hillary Clinton Wisconsin Milwaukee racine Republican Party
"two weeks" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

11:10 min | 11 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"From the opinion pages of the Wall Street Journal. This is Potomac. Watch Lloyd House words about a very tough two weeks ahead and president trump calls for a two trillion dollar infrastructure package welcome. I'm Kyle Peterson with the Wall Street Journal sitting in today for Paul Zhigo. We are joined by my colleagues. Kim strassel hillock him. Hi Kyle and Bill mcgurn High Bill High Com so during the corona virus. Press briefing on Tuesday night President trump was solemn Might be the word for it All Rita a few fragments of his opening remarks Our country is in the midst of a great national trial. Success in this fight will require the full absolute measure of our collective strength love and devotion every citizen is being called upon to make sacrifices every business is being asked to fulfil patriotic duty And I want every American to be prepared for the hard days that lie ahead. Kim. That seems like a more subdued to- than we're used to hearing. Yeah and certainly a more subdued tone than last week when the president said. Look. I'd really like this to be over by Easter and we're gonNA open up again. And he was quite honest with what changed that tone which was that. The scientific advisers presented him with a lot of very disturbing evidence about where exactly we are right now. In this curve flattening exercise were doing and the fact that it simply was going to take longer time for The country to get back to a place where it could go back to business and they. They presented those numbers. We got some of those yesterday to which was very heartening to sort of just see that. They know they seem to know what's going on. There is some sort of plan But he was very very open with the fact that we are in the middle of this. And there's going to be a rough couple of weeks coming up the the health experts as you said. They gave an explanation of the modeling that they've been showing to the president. They showed him a bunch of it over the weekend as he was extending those social distancing guidelines to April thirtieth The headline number yesterday being that the virus may kill one hundred thousand to two hundred forty thousand Americans In the health experts best estimate at this point one of the slides that grabbed me bill. was from Deborah burks the Corona Virus Response Coordinator and showed a line graph of the number of cases in all fifty states with New Jersey. Far above the rest as you might expect just hearing the numbers in the news Sorry excuse me New York far above the rest and the New Jersey about halfway down And then everybody else clustered below that and her point was that the need to keep the rest of the states from turning into New York which means staying home. Even if it doesn't look like there's a crisis in your state at any given moment. Yeah I think that I think that's really important because one of the things and looking at the measures on looking at Statistics collected by the international health metrics and Evaluation Center at the University of Washington. And they do a state-by-state breakdown that's very helpful with graphs and one of the things they show it parallels what you said that trump the chart that doctor burks had they show that they're expecting April tenth to be the peak day for deaths in New York. Eight hundred forty five. They're projecting on that day and after that date will go down for New Jersey. It's April ninth so the hope is that The we can. We can flatten the curve. Here to flatten it to flatten it elsewhere. But I think that that's important for another reason. I think one of the frustrations for people is. We're doing all these different things. A lot of states are taking different measures. Different countries are taking different measures. And since we're on the left side of the curve always see is death climbing no matter what steps we take. I think if it does peak if people start seeing it actually coming down that we're on the downslope even though there's still be a lot of people that die and a lot of people that get infected. I think people will be a little more encourage by the steps. We have to take and I again. I go back to You know we might be a little more able to refine the steps. We take who we apply to right. Now we're kind of doing the one-size-fits-all program of everyone sort of stay in place and not work but once once we're on the downslope. I think we might be able to do more with testing and tracing figure out who's immune who might get back to work. What kind of industries might go back and so forth and be a little more refined and I think people would see this is not amendable? You know that that were again making progress and I think people would be more open to some of the measures if they thought it was really having an effect. I I think that's a fair point so even even the the hopeful news out of Tuesday's briefing has doesn't seem to have any specific targets on it so there was a slide That Dr Anthony Fauci discussed Where he's showing the curve in Italy's starting to turn down now that there are three or four weeks into their mitigation measures He says there's little inklings that that The mitigation is working in New York But there's there doesn't seem to be a hard target or of any kind yet at least not that I'm seeing That's being laid out by the White House And there are a lot of people who are who are not in New York interlock farther from the crisis zones One one point to talk about was We mentioned yesterday. The American Enterprise Institute report written by several health experts The one of them being Scott Gottlieb the former FDA the FDA And he suggests some triggers which may be would be helpful one of them being that You know once you have sustained reduction in cases for fourteen days then that might be a trigger to To ease off the distancing Indiana state by state region by region. Basis Maybe Kim do you think it would be useful to have if the White House laid out some kind of targets like that that people could Look toward so yeah. I don't think there's any question that that's going to have to be the way forward. Despite the fact that we have these news cable stations that are constantly showing US cumulative numbers of cases in cumulative numbers of deaths this is always been happening on a state by state basis. And if you look at that report that you mentioned Kyle. They talked about a trigger of having a sustained reduction in cases for fourteen days but also pointing out that a state's going to also need to have the capability in place to test. Everyone was symptoms and to very aggressively jump on anyone who was found to have them and who test positive to go to their context and kind of lock this down so that it doesn't get back out of control again and the report says that it could. Well be the case that even if a state begins to relax social distancing measures if they see a spike again they might have to return to them. So this is going to be kind of state by state on a case by case basis. It's not necessarily going to be one day. You flip a switch and the nation's back on but it would be helpful to get some of this information out of not only think tanks but out of The leaders who are In charge of managing this crisis Just give people a sense of what the What the next step is one sign of the Times. I saw this as a news item. I thought it was interesting. Walmart has announced that. It's going to be doing temperature. Checks on all of its employees when they report to stores or distribution centers I mean that's a huge move. A Walmart I believe is The United States is largest employer about one point. Five million people. Work there I mean bill is that A taste of what the new normal may look like at least until we potentially have a vaccine for this virus. Yeah I think there's it's one of many steps look again I think right now. We've taken a kind of One-size-fits-all approach imposing the lockdown and keeping everyone for work and. Obviously the smarter solution is going to be able to discriminate to identify. Who's a carrier whose immune and so forth? It was interesting. I was talking to a friend from Hong Kong yesterday where I live for ten years. You know very modern place. They had a tough time with SARS. You know years ago. So they don't have a lock down they've banned. They've closed schools big religious services and other big gatherings. But they're they're closer to social distancing and they're using that in public spaces as well so instead of locking everyone down in the can't work they're putting it out in public space. They're doing You just mentioned the temperature and a lot of big buildings. Say have these things kind of like you walk through the airport. That scans you for temperature. Right is not the be all and end all but I think it's something like ninety percent of people that have is get have a temperature. So that's one way of doing it. They're also doing social distancing in the public square so again rather than closing down restaurants you go to a restaurant it'll be open and you can sit there but they'll be a table or to between you and the next Party so. I think as we have more information we might be able to do that. I think right now looking at the models and looking at the peaks for New York New Jersey which again or just about a week out. I think the president is preparing us for some really bad times like before we can get to that point. We're going to have to still climb up that hill and it's going to be. It's going to be brutal and I but I think it might look very different after two weeks if people start seeing that in the two worst cases New York and New Jersey that we've arrested the The increase in. It's starting to go down. Yeah that's true and The temperature checks are aren't a surefire thing. I mean the head of the Centers for Disease Control is now saying that you know maybe up to twenty five percent of the people who have this. Corona virus may not be showing symptoms Which is part of what makes it unusual and particularly liable to spread. But you could still catch seventy five percent. Maybe of people and stop them from interacting at a pretty low cost of some thermometers We're talking about the corona virus fight and the new talk of a federal building spree near listening to Pelvic. Watch from the Wall Street Journal social distancing slows the spread of corona virus. So we should all stay home to lower the risk for everyone more INFO at Corona Virus Dot Gov. Let's all do our part because we're all Hashtag alone together brought to you by the Ad Council from.

president New Jersey New York Kim strassel Wall Street Journal Kyle Peterson Walmart trump Bill mcgurn New York New Jersey Potomac Lloyd House Centers for Disease Control Paul Zhigo Ad Council doctor burks Deborah burks Dr Anthony Fauci
"two weeks" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on Start Here

"<Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> one last thing in case <Speech_Music_Male> you didn't notice it is <Speech_Music_Male> April fool's day <Speech_Music_Male> and like clockwork <Speech_Music_Male> every year. You can look to <Speech_Music_Male> Google for some savage <Speech_Male> April fools <Speech_Male> pranks you remember <Speech_Music_Male> the year Google announced it was <Speech_Music_Male> developing a system <Speech_Music_Male> where you could print out <Speech_Music_Male> your emails and <Speech_Music_Male> send paper versions <Speech_Music_Male> of across the country <Speech_Male> and trucks and <Speech_Male> planes another <Speech_Male> year Youtube. Which is <Speech_Male> owned by? Google said. It <Speech_Male> was full. I said <Speech_Music_Male> more videos will <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> this year. Google says <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> April Fools <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Day. He's off. <Speech_Music_Male> It's not a good time <Speech_Music_Male> and jokes are fun. <Speech_Music_Male> Humor Cam. He'll <Speech_Music_Male> but this goes back to <Speech_Male> what we were saying before. <Speech_Music_Male> People are desperate <Speech_Music_Male> for accuracy <Speech_Music_Male> for the truth right <Speech_Music_Male> now. A prank is <Speech_Music_Male> literally telling someone <Speech_Music_Male> that is true <Speech_Music_Male> when it's not <Speech_Male> as not what <Speech_Male> people are in the mood for right <Speech_Male> now. At least that's <Speech_Music_Male> what Google. Thanks <Speech_Music_Male> sweet for some brand <Speech_Music_Male> on twitter to test <Speech_Music_Male> the limits of our patience <Speech_Music_Male> and so I've been saying <Speech_Music_Male> lately and <SpeakerChange> a lot of areas. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Speak careful <Music> <Advertisement> out there <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> knock knock. Who's there get <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> away from my door? Please <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> like that's the best joke <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> I for this week. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> If the show is valuable <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> to you hey <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> tell now <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> people are looking for the best information <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> that Cam right now. Let <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> them now moored. All these <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> stories bbcnews dot com <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> with these news. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Adam Bread Milton <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Sita. <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Silence> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> This country's <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> filled with anxiety <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> and questions <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <Laughter> really effective in <Speech_Music_Female> protecting <SpeakerChange> you. From <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Corona virus <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> as corona virus <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> continues <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> its relentless <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> spread across the country. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> We WanNA help <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> and give you the latest information. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> I'm Aaron <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Katersky from ABC <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> News. And I'm <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> hosting a new podcast <Speech_Music_Male> called Cova. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Nineteen what <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> you need to know. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> Surface cleaning <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> does <SpeakerChange> work <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> each week day. We call <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> on our chief. Medical <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> correspondent Dr <Speech_Music_Male> Jennifer Ashton <Speech_Music_Male> and other experts to respond <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> directly to. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> What's on your mind about <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> this virus? It's <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Kovic nineteen <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> what you need to <Speech_Music_Male> know a new series <Speech_Music_Male> weekday afternoons <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> on your favorite <Music> podcast

"two weeks" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"two weeks" Discussed on Start Here

"To go through a very tough two weeks. The sobering presentation from White House officials. That convinced the president to change course meanwhile increasing number of cove in nineteen cases or American healthcare workers actually made the decision the other day not to see my son and I don't know what I'll see him again nearly twenty percent of New York's EMT's out sick or reporter followed some of the ones still working and telecommuting his tougher adults. What about kids? The district try not to sin introduced new concepts challenges. School districts are facing as the virus spreads from ABC News. This start here. I'm Brad Mielke. Let me start you off with some good news this morning. It comes from the countries that dealt with the novel Corona Virus. I in Wuhan China this morning. The shopping districts are back open. Widespread sicknesses have reportedly ceased altogether. So this is what gives us a lot of hope. This is the case finding in Italy in Italy. Meanwhile they're beginning to turn the corner. In new cases cases are still rising but not as fast is tapering off. Some emergency rooms are even starting to empty out. The point is there is some light at the end of the tunnel for places like this. The bad news is we can't see it yet here. We have done an incredible job. We're going to continue. It's going to disappear one day. It's like a miracle it will disappear remember a few weeks ago. President trump was saying corona virus. This will barely be a few days ago. He was insisting we could still be work by Easter we yesterday at the White House. Something seemed to have shaken him. I want every American to be prepared for the hard days that lie ahead. We're going to go to a very tough two weeks. Dawn was the sign proclaiming. Fifteen days to stop the spread the Clarkston restarted. It says thirty days gone with the comparisons to the flu. It'd be doctor or deb up and say I have numbers but I'd rather have them say the numbers if you don't mind speak today question instead. President trump came up and introduced after FAUCI and Dr Deborah Burks who showed the rest of the country the presentation that changed his mind. And so as you saw on that slide that was our real number that one hundred thousand two hundred thousand and we think that that is the range we really believe in hope every day that we can do a lot better than that and you could kind of see this dawn on. Everyone wants the magnitude because this was not political bluster. This was not a threat eastward data driven doctor saying best case scenario within the next few months best case we will see twice as many Americans die then we lost in the Vietnam War. This is the stuff.

president trump White House Brad Mielke Dawn ABC News New York Wuhan China Italy reporter Clarkston Dr Deborah Burks FAUCI
"two weeks" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

Beyond the Baseline

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"two weeks" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

"Those are the things that they come up to me and and mention and then that's when i sort of realized well maybe this is what sort of bleeding through through so i think that moment <hes> really really got through to people and <hes> was something interesting that come out of it but then you know as you you say veteran a doll always going to be a huge storyline. Everyone always wants to see it happen <hes> especially here at the u._s. Open <hes> so oh i. I definitely think that that's probably one of the biggest and hopefully it happens. I mean you have a you know same thing here. We we do have some some great players. I mean good for murphy for getting back to a place where he's playing really great tennis. You have diego schwartzman in there and <hes> surprisingly grigor dmitrov veterans opponent for today as well so you have a lot of good names in there but i think obviously <hes> you're underlining federer nadal in that draw so far. They played at the french open. They played at wimbledon. It would be nice if they played at the third straight major <hes> you know they. They've played all of the other three three majors at least four times and they've never met here. They've come close one time. We were a novak djokovic forehand. Return away from seeing those two guys is <hes> in the final but you know at at almost one dollars thirty three rogers thirty eight and the fact that these two are the two favorites to make the final at this stage of the game is just remarkable. I mean the the flip side of that of course is where's the challenge coming from and uh-huh. We've talked about sasha's their of these really struggling with his competence. As game has served. He was sent packing by diego schwartz. We were talking suppose than ever since losing stand bring at the french open. He hasn't been the same player felix o. j. C. had a terrific first half of the year and he's struggled lost austin the first round <hes> i think we're all trying to balance excitement federlal marveling at how they've sustain their careers how still at this stage in the game these are the two guys who you know. Presumably one of them's gonna take the title the big three era it keeps rolling on but there is a little bit of an underbelly of <hes> we we keep waiting for someone to step up and saying not anymore. It's my time now. Maybe it's daniel medvedev though he's he's played a lot of tennis. Maybe he's it's stan dan. Who's played this role before i mean he's going sports major right. Maybe it's off the board candidate. The fat bertini's kid who it's a big ball or you know dmitrov the trump. If you say <hes> you've ever beaten roger federer. They've they've played at night. I do think <hes> do to be on talent alone. Certainly has the ability ability but i do think one of the sort of sub themes of this event is that this whole next gen once again has has underachieved in a major for sure and i think novak djokovic. It's his injury. I think that sort of puts a microscope even on on the fact that this group is really dominating. I mean here's someone who has had an incredible year and he is part of this group and now he you know falters with injury and who's there as you say left in the draw behind him none of these next gen players that were discussing. I mean as you say we have some you know some good some good people at the job schwartzman's playing great but where whereas you know zarif's not here you have a lot of people who are in here and <hes> the the theme continues and it looks like <hes> you know this whole year will be dominated by that story line for sure. It's been the three years since the player outside the big three when a major and that was banned by bring us oh <hes> no one under the age of thirty on the men's side has has won a major. It's it's a real balancing act. Between let's not sell these three titan short their incredible they would be incredible any arab but the flip side of that is his <hes> would be nice if one of the young guys stepped up what what was let me ask you this. What was your favorite story..

diego schwartzman daniel medvedev sasha tennis novak djokovic roger federer murphy stan dan zarif rogers felix o. j. C. austin diego schwartz one dollars three years