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"zedek" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
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Xiaomi plans to launch their own smart glasses challenge facebook's ray band stories powered by a quad core arm processor and running android. The device will take photos with a five megapixel camera and also display notifications messages provide navigation translate texts in real time and even make calls with the wearables built in mike and speakers. All this is expected to weigh fifty one grams slightly heavier than facebook's mark losses and no price or release date has been announced epic games announced. It will appeal. Us district judge yvonne gonzalez rogers final judgment in the epic versus apple lawsuit which largely ruled with apple in the case. The appellate court is expected to rule on the judge's definition of the market issue which she defined differently from both companies and possibly clarify the language of the injunction requiring apple to allow links to alternative payment options apple said it still evaluating whether to launch. Its own appeal of the junction. Microsoft confirmed the consumer version of office. Twenty twenty one will be released on october. Fifth the same day as windows eleven. This is the pay wants single license version of office rather than an office. Three sixty five subscription. The company also announced that office long term servicing channel designed for commercial customers who cannot update software frequently is now generally available on windows and mac. Os nintendo added bluetooth audio support to the switch in a new software update now supporting using bluetooth headphones to listen to console audio. The switch can only use two wireless controllers when using bluetooth. Audio and bluetooth microphones remain unsupported with the release version. Fourteen of the unocal standard. We get thirty. Seven new emoji among the additions are biting lip troll saluting face pregnant person heart hands and support for mick skin tone for handshake apple announced the iphone. Thirteen thirteen mini and thirteen pro. All with the new eighth fifteen bionic. Soc start with a base one hundred twenty eight gigabytes of storage get better battery life than last gen and support. Dual sim and e set. The pro adds a one hundred and twenty hertz promotion display and refreshes all three cameras with brighter lenses and a telephoto. The thirteen and thirteen mini get a brighter screen and refreshed cameras with optical image stabilization on the main camera. All models get cinematic mode for video which can change focus after recording the mini starts at six hundred ninety nine dollars the thirteen seven hundred ninety nine dollars pro at nine hundred ninety nine dollars and pro max at one thousand ninety nine dollars. Preorder are open now and shipping begins on september twenty fourth. The apple watch series. Seven starts at three hundred. Ninety nine dollars offers a larger display within embezzles and faster charging able to get eight hours of life out of an eight minute charge. It's also more durable with ip six x water indus- rating and a fifty percent thicker curved crystal face. There's no firm release date for the apple watch series seven other than this fall and apple updated. The ipad mini with the larger eight point. Three inch screen the new eighth fifteen bionic. Soc a usb port touch. Id support twelve megapixel camera on the front and back and support for the magnetically attached. Second gen apple pencil. Pre orders are open starting at four hundred ninety nine dollars with five g. models one hundred fifty dollars more and shipping begins on september twenty four the entry level ipad was also updated with the eighth thirteen bionic soc sixty four gigabytes vase storage and a twelve megapixel rear camera. It still costs three hundred twenty nine dollars and is also available for order now. Adobe plans to launch payment services for dobie commerce by the end of twenty twenty one letting customers natively receive payments on storefronts without a third party payment provider. Merchants will be able to accept credit and debit cards pay pal and then mo with support for pay pals pay later tools protocol sources say. Google plans to add free. Tv channels to google tv currently in talks with several free ad supported streaming television channels on chrome kassy's would reportedly appear in a dedicated live tv menu and presented alongside over the air programming on smart. Tv's google could have deals in place to begin streaming this fall but may way to launch the feature with smart tv partners in twenty twenty to the us. Federal trade commission voted three. To two that health apps are subject to a rule requiring reporting of data breaches this folk clarifies that the two thousand nine health breach notification rule applies to these apps which requires vendors handling health records to notify consumers of unauthorized access and english inventors. Sir clive saint clair passed away. At the age of eighty-one sinclair was the inventor of zedek series of computers which in nineteen eighty was the. uk's first mass-market home computer for less than a hundred pounds. He was also an inventor of electric vehicles releasing the sinclair c five electric vehicle in one thousand nine hundred five and the sinclair psych electric bike in one thousand nine hundred ninety two for more discussion on the tech news of the day subscribed the daily tech new show a daily tech news. Show dot com. Where you can also find the show notes and links to every heaven. 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"zedek" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"That is provided by strong cryptography morals that blockchain restaurant and that's why we have confidence that we have and everything that we built so far it's a dissolution of power to out to the old people so all people have this ability to completely hide secrets from each other and that gives a certain equality to the world and a a fair playing field on which people can interact with each other. The moment you concentrate powerful abilities like that in the hands of few people. That's where you get the corruption three get a lot of the harmon devastation. This why again. I don't like taxation because it starts to pull in collect resources into a group that has all the weapons all violence and other resources. And i don't care how how good the intentions are. That's gonna lead to a lot of gretchen. And yes my Caddishness is hitting agree couples. Like a real cat because we hilarious. If it was like a timer that he headed his foot. That was like it's time guys and has been a a lengthy interview always raid interviews We do have a couple trademark questions that we ask and in Will agai gate is Airborne him or her voice. Our guy scott guyot's zedek boy. Okay yeah let's start with the first one is what you do actually difficult and however you want to interpret that yeah. I think what i do is difficult. I feel a little like. I think it's difficult things. That are more difficult than me for sure. And it doesn't mean that. I'm good at the difficult thing but yeah i think what i do is difficult. Nice there's only one person that's like no easy job in the world. The job was that. What was that person doing. I don't remember on a was rising and look back to you. Mail Allow this question Evolving so much but in ten words or less. Can you describe dow yeah A dow is a decentralized economic organization. Just need three eight. Dow is even if we were. Yeah all right. Well thank you for your time. Is there anything else that like you feel. We should have asked. You have liked to have talked about that. We didn't know this was a good conversation. I like getting into the philosophical stuff. I would just say like anyone listening. She'd go check if they're eligible for airdrop could achieve dot com description. Can find me on twitter at eric where he's and happy to be on the show thankfully one last thing. I'd be a bud if i didn't say but jet black from discord said. Thank you for the fox. He's old i guess he's been against. He's been the shapeshifts for very long time. You have to be in our slack. And he's a fan of the show and he wanted to say thank you so sounds like martha. Yeah super happy. She served airdrop the by the way. Something that came up that daniel caught before you came in the first vote is happening in the discord. Is that correct. Talk about that. For a second. Yeah the first vote is this guy. Offered to make ten teased to commemorate the i ten governance items that passed the shapes of doubt which is kind of a cool way to commemorate it. So it's vote to pay him. I think twelve thousand fox. Total twelve hundred bucks per token might be sixteen thousand and he will issue the token to the creator of the first of the ten proposals. The pass okay. Well has been as kind of a cool idea. Go to vote for it. The discord and vote then. Hey you do you like chips like do you really like trips. Where to the point where you're eating chips so much that you look around and there's crumbs and you're like hookah those crumbs there. Did i put those there. And i'm and i'm here to tell you. Yes yes you did because you chips and if you like cheetos especially flaming hot cheetos then. You should tell people to subscribe to this channel. The bitcoin podcast because one out of a thousand. That's where we get thousand subscribers. One of them is going to get a hundred bags at cheetos. 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I've got these tokens that represents all of ford's gaylord 's and each token is a gaylord that ford owns and gaylord is a big car carries stuff. Yeah i didn't either. Well we didn't know what hotel tell in my opinion. That's all i've ever known. Gaylord is still nice hotel so you know you. You put a pallet and a box on a pallet and you put stuff in yourself a gaylord well dressed him gaylord hotels the first thing that pops up. So we'll see how this is. What is the gaylord. The norman norman french origin joyful or high-spirited gaylord box is basically a bulk. Sized corrugated box traditionally gaylord boxes are large or bulk size and allow for the ship products in the large single container or on appellate name gaylord of gaylord as evolved into a generic term for any pallet size box for bulk shipping of storage box. Whatever sure yeah had to watch gaylord for about ten hours straight. When i did a time study as a consultant. One time it was terrible. 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"zedek" Discussed on A Touch of Grey
"Continuing now with touch of grey, the talk show for grownups here again is the host and founder of our program Carol Marks in conversation with Dr Steven Kuzin and what you what you get to know and you get awful lot In your broken talking about something else that is really bobbies a lot of people and that's the price of of drugs and there is direct to consumer. Advertising and I thought we discussed something that you wrote about in your book that really stuck with me that was about perversion. which is a medication derived from jellyfish clangs improve your memory. And it's all over TV and radio. Wise that who actually did the affection his studies? four and two. So called memory drug. First thing to be a and that's a great question. The first thing that the aware of his. Who ran the test? In this case, it's a company that makes the drug. And the results of those tests for negative. And so what the company did, they took little tiny subjects they tried to ice right little tiny groups of people. To See if selected groups there might be some effect. And those your sexual but no one considers that to be reliable actionable. Or something that A. Consumer can count on. Trevor Gin to me. Claims it improves memory. It doesn't. It's illegal prevalent to make claims. and. In fact, it's being sued by Truth and advertising. Because of the fact, they make these because what scares people more than developing Alzheimer's or another type of dimension I'm scared my mom had. Me To get. Oh Yeah. I mean look I mean it's a now they have a new state of commercials which employs another terrible terrible thing that is generally considered to be. Unethical they take individual patients who are giving their individual testimonials regarding out provident health them, what a waste of time. Medicine that helps people you're not gonNA know it by one person's example, and in fact, one person who stays at helps them this. Medicine has to show affected this. On a population wide basis and individual testimonies not scientific. Then not supported by the ethics and by data and it's destructive and I find it. In fact, when the commercials and Television which I'm bunching Moi during this pandemic. I just knew it. Because I can't I can't stand watching it because it's so deceptive and it's so appealing to so many people. Cleverly. I'm with people end up in the hospital through the project. She. Well, don't get to something that I said I was GonNa talk to you about earlier, and that's the amazing information in your book of. Last chapter because you have a huge section. Of Publications. which many doctors us and most patients don't know about. which rates best screening tests that provide the most honest and useful information. So. What are some of them and and entourage and? Free. Understand one of them is very much based international charity. The Commonwealth nations. The National Health Service currently during this pandemic is so popular in the Commonwealth basis that people are just praising them. They're they're. Sending in the tributes money neither. I'm healthier the United States the first responders now getting the justifiable praise they deserve. But in Britain and that's health services walk, they have resources that are free. The British medical. Journal Lancet most of their articles are free and the thing not free at least the abstract is free and so you can get a good idea by going to factor saying I read in The Lancet. About diabetes in the first drug to try and why am I getting this was that when that form is the standard of care? Because you see those Zedek commercials, a lot of people see those commercials and say, that's the one I'm GonNa ask for when it's time for maybe get on therapy. When the reality. metformin is the one that most physicians start and has the longest surface track record. So. The Land of British, Medical Journal, even the United. States the Journal of the American. Medical Association Jama just type in Jama and many of the articles were free and all of them have a free abstract. For Complete Freedom of searching and totally free and a one stop shopping site for the MED page today. That's magic page today it's the daily newspaper, your doctor or at least should read. It has headlines if the day. That you guys needs to know and there's also a search. So, you have to do is type in the question or disease, and it'll search archives and come up with the most timely information. unbiased. Your doctors don't respect it. You could make a pretty good into not respecting your doctors. Some people as you buy subscription to journal that like you have. To be a couple of hundred bucks a year, and that's not nothing but it gives you access to about a dozen. Full text articles, educational material videos and things like that. The only way to be part of the equations present yourself to your provider in a way that shows your player. In a way that shows you. The issues in a way that means that not only is it important for a consumer to right excuse me to ask the right questions. Is Important to know the answers before you ask a question and know that this great range of correct answers and so if it was just asking the right question, a physician before provider is your answer. That's not sure decision making. Decision Making is knowing the range of correct answers and working together with your provider to find out the one that's right you and sometimes doing nothing right as many problems. Look for example, if I may just for a moment. During this pandemic. There's no elective care. And, the questions now electric cares then helping dummy people by. The hospitals going broke. And that's because medical care. Is Profitable when providing elective services to the healthy. A lot of elected depends on how you define the lesson to me elected cares dot cancer chemotherapy. Although. It's important to know that in the vast majority of cancers. attack. The therapy wished to have can be conveyed for several days even weeks you search the right answer, but there are other elective procedures, but there's no benefit there's no diagnosis just made. His symptoms to be relieved. There's no longevity. Buying elective care and so during this time when there is no electric care never one. You'RE GONNA find ten fine over these three months four months. And you're gonNA find it hostels US signed you're going broke and we don't want hospitals to go broke and a lot of the elective care may be helpful. But a substantial amount of it isn't in the lesson to be learned is. You reading about the hero doctors on the front lines of and the healthcare for box tried to tear..
"zedek" Discussed on Pantheon
"Sort of like. Jesus Christ superstar, but if it was only about the followers. I think palace said that those other rock operas like Jesus, Christ, superstar, and what's the One? God spell got smell. That's right. He thought that those were just sort of watered down, and he wanted like a real message to go out who? Palace sorry, along with a few others moved to Vancouver, island in Canada, and formed a new commune called Highway Missionary Society. The sheep were no more, but a new band was started called servants. They put out six albums and were known for two things number one. They were the first Christian rock band to use a laser light show. Oh that was them. And number two. They gave Petra their start. A psych. Put you in the Rock Hall of fame right there. Pal Asari continued in the Christian rock music industry, starting another record label promoting bands like the news, boys and White Cross and narrating a documentary about Lonnie Frisbee who's one of the most well known in earliest of the Jesus Freak Flyers. Perhaps there was no one single cult leader that intrigued us more than the man known as Zen Dick. He truly is an irresistible force. Lawrence Wolfing Was Born in El Paso Texas in nineteen twenty, but mostly grew up in Los Angeles. His father was a golden gloves, boxer and an opera singer and his mother was a bookie. By the time he reached thirty two will hang had already spent time building hot rods, flying small engine planes running a nightclub where he also sometimes sat in on drums for jazz bands. And joined the family business as a bookie himself. Wolfing slowed his pace and began writing. At first it was mostly Beatnik poetry and lyrics he'd spent time at coffeehouses, hanging out with other artists, and in nineteen, fifty seven, he and his. Girlfriend moved to Paris. It was there that he was introduced to Jen's Bergen. Some other also ran beat writers. While in France, he wrote a quest among the bewildered, which was a memoir because who doesn't want a memoir about a writer that no one's ever heard of. From Paris wilfing studied with an Ninh who encouraged him to hold off on the memoir and start working on a novel instead, it would be much more marketable. For nearly a decade spent in Spain wolfing worked on his novel called Zen Dick, which was the name of the protagonist. Wolfing was very proud of his nine hundred page Tome and sent it off to publishers. When they all asked that edits. Be Made wolfing now. Calling himself Dick refused and withdrew it from publishing houses completely, he never tried to have it published again. Xenophobic move back to la where he met an aspiring actress name Carol Merson the two were smitten immediately with each other and stayed together for nearly forty years. In nineteen sixty nine, the two started Zantac Farm in artist Commun- designed for physical, psychic, psychological and Cultural Mavericks. Xenophobic already changed his name to Goof Zedek and Carol had dropped the sea in change hers to Aero Wolf. Clever. Lever. They. They're confused about what they. Are. They S.'s are the KS. I'm I'm with errol. There so on fusing. Can you please? Okay. It was on the farm. That ZANEX creativity really blossomed. He wrote poetry songs essays in even started back on his memoirs. He also painted and started playing music, even creating his own instruments, one of which was used for a lot of his recordings. It was called an Itar. Didn't like g you either apparently. Which is an eight stringed cross between a Sitar in a guitar. During this time in addition to releasing hundreds of hours of recorded monologues. He's woes Zedek, also started releasing albums. His best album. Strontium rain is frighteningly enchanting. Long Evil Sounding lyrics music with his voice more often, talking than singing, often playing Satanic Tremolo or haunting echoes. There was a black Sabbath undercurrent two pieces of it, but ZANEX music is much more interesting and experimental. Here's a clip of just such a track. The eleven minute strontium rain. The.
Navigating the Dark Side of Astrology
"This summer I had a very very important date that I was Indus set for an event in my life and what I wound up doing because I knew this was such an important date in an important event in and being an astrologer I think about these things I decided to dive into the world of predictable astrology or predictive astrology rather and before I get into the details of this topic and what I think is the dark side of astrology I wanNA make it very clear that individuals who practice this type of astrology I have huge respect for an individual's use it I think that if it works for you and is a positive experience for you go for it I however as a individual with a background in psychology and a in really eight deep in the studies of neuro psychology and how the brain actually functions and works and then ultimately perceives reality I have you come to learn that the site of astrology can be very unhealthy for a brain for a number of reasons so let me first explain the story so I was setting the date for this important event and so I went in I started learning a lot about election astrology and Zodiacal releasing again the individuals who use this I respect hugely and so that's why I went in and started to learn about it I was like okay let me let me get into this because my background is very much more about psychological astrology and when I look at charts looking more at your psychology your families ecology how that has shaped your perception of reality and so on and so as I delve into these two topics it was a very interesting study and because I am an Aquarius I went into this topic as a scientist and so I went back in my history and I wrote out really really bad odd moments or periods in my life and really positive periods and win I linked them up to these two tools to election all ends Michael Releasing election astrology that releasing to see does that did that work out were those challenging periods mirrored in my astray Elegy and where the positive periods and turns out they were and what became kind of intense following that was looking at the transits in the Zedek releasing periods to come and as I looked into those future events I got freaked out they can ally really really really freaked out about Oh God oh God this looks like it's not going to be a good period or that looks like it's going to be a good period and all that did was to very negative things for me one took me out of the present moment and as any buddy who has been studying the self help in psychology and spirituality we know that taking ourselves out of the present moment went will lead to suffering right that is the entire philosophy of the Buddhists for example right if we are popping ourselves into the past I or into the future we are not in the moment more missing the point or missing the point of life when we can't just be here present in the moment I think that is a really really really really important thing that we all have to really think about as we're studying astrology k the second thing about it the I found to be very challenging and dangerous is that I looked into the future and I planted seeds of fear into my psychology deep okay and this is how psychology works from what we know now we know now that as our thoughts let's and our feelings that create our reality these thoughts and feelings have been programmed into us to be fair into a very haunch place of our brain these thoughts and feelings could be from I was raised in a family with a lot of money and I know people with a lot of money I'm comfortable with people with a lot of money and this is my reality I grew up taking trips to Peres into Japan and to you know Asia and we're whatever right and that is comfortable and I've sat in First Class and I've been surrounded by people first class and I know that to be my reality I've met people in my life who will have exposed me to inherited money and maybe it's an ferreted thing in the family I'm part of some long history of successful oil tycoons or something like that right and so that psychology is going you see the world through that perspective in it's going to think and feel about the world through that perspective on the other hand let's see were raised an incredible poverty my and from that perspective we've only seen poverty we've been fighting for our food fighting for our shelter acting like there is no money in the world believing there is no money in the world all of the people around us will also believe that and keep feeding that the reality right because we think and feel that the world is not abundant right that you know life has been against us it's been against our ancestors it's been d Lee inherited that we have been against our we have been treated against and so we go into the world feeling that way right and so we start to income feel about poverty and feel that that's what we have that we are poor right and so you can take that scenario and you can feed it into literally every single story that's going to be about everything from relationships to work to friendships community etcetera etcetera etcetera those impressions that get planted onto our psychology in in our psychology in through our DNA literally will shit left and shape the way we see the world our thoughts and our feelings create reality okay this is so so oh so important for every single one of us to think about because it's true and if you can you can start to read some of the amazing people out there era of course I talk about Dr John Martini all the time he's fantastic Bruce Lipton the biology of belief and then Joe Dispenser Who's doing such a great job on social media getting his message out there because all of these guys are saying no no no your world is a reflection of your thoughts your perception of reality is your percents option that's it if you see the world as challenging there's a very good chance that the world will be challenging right and it's not just thinking so feeling right if you see that the world is abundant with opportunities and an amazing connections and amazing humans is a good chance you're next variance that more often right and so when we start to think about astrology because astrology Israel there's no way out of it there is no possibility that we can look at astrology in once we really get not believe in it right because win the winter comes we can predict that because of where the Earth is outer space in cycles and patterns and so on and so forth right and so because when we moved even to the winter we can't necessarily say are think and believe it's summer right unless we traveled to a nice location at that moment but when it's wintertime we can't think ourselves out of our feel ourselves out of the fact that it's very cold outside that is a strategy right so astrology does have in a strong Amee in nature does have profound effect on how we're seeing the world around us and this is the element of what we call co creation and how do we take the astrology and the astronomy information and link it and transmute it and transform it into the place of what we think and feel and use that in the most empowering way that we ultimately can
"zedek" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack
"Newspapers can in the best sense become a medium of the past. And they are even if it might sound bit flat, a medium of decent. Ration- experts are convinced that only weekend papers and weeklies have a future. If at all people only find time to read the paper on the weekend. That's why they neatly set aside the articles they want to read on a Sunday the day before because they then have to read the Sunday paper. I they'll only be able to read a fraction of the articles. They laid out on the Saturday. So they set them aside for the next weekend. And of course, the same applies to the following weekends. You can put into together the wonderful principle of delayed gratification has been reversed and the newspaper addiction shows. It's dark side. The addict is confronted with a mountain of unread articles and has to learn to ease his guilty conscience. He does. So by declaring the pile a collection. All those are. Five's Phil apartments, in some cases. Half a room have discredited numerous newspaper, readers messy newspaper collection can be holy overwhelming. But it's never complete the idea of ever coming to the end of a semblance. Newspapers seems absurd collections remain fragmentary. But they co right are biographies. I'm still holding onto a couple of articles from a supplement of the long discontinued Bosley item written by an author named our whole Schmidt, whom I admired he never found out about this admirations, but that's also part and parcel of newspaper. Reading the silent admiration for an author this brings to mind low-tar, Baya, whom I also admired a couple of his articles are sitting in house moving crate in my basement slowly turning yellow as I rummaged around the box. Also, find a couple of ancient fanzines one of these which like the others was written on the typewriter. Cutout stuck together? Xerox is called down nasties the narcissist. Chef. Thousands biggest newspaper, of course, it's really the smallest newspaper in the town of chef written laid out and sold by a single person. And the fact that it's filled with the same old trash is testament to the humor of this secondary school pupil others rarely appreciate the value of such relic. No, one makes me more aware of that than t who are met in Latin closet university. He was not only able to understand Latin, but also speak it and relatively fluently the room of the shared flat. He could home was almost empty besides mattress and few items of clothing, he only possessed plastic bag that had a few belongings in it. I remember that he read a lot of hand care. He also read hand care on a bus trip to the south and wound up his friends by not looking up from his book, even as they were driving through the most beautiful landscapes does such behavior. Annoy us they urged him to have a look around from time to time which he did. But there went straight back to his book. T- didn't have a direct line to reality. You had to tell him. Something was nice. He then accepted the judgment incapable of forming his own opinion on a matter. He was in his own way, a person with a great deal, of empathy someone who lived for others and made them stand out. But at the same time, he was a person so devoid of opinions, but you couldn't help but see him as the worst conceivable newspaper reader, a good newspaper reader isn't someone who regurgitates an opinion, but someone who forms their own opinion through reading and yet T had a phenomenal memory, whatever he read or overheard stayed with him. He was indifferent to it just as he was towards material possessions, he'd got his hand kiss from the library. And so it wasn't surprising that his newspaper collection consisted of a single article an article about pitas attic from developed worker, which he kept in a plastic bag. The carried around with him. I no longer know why t- kept this article about Zedek in particular. He wasn't a theater goer. The fact that it was not go from developed Volker is however hardly surprising. It was a left wing liberal paper. There was very popular among students back then..
"zedek" Discussed on WJR 760
"With underwriting and part from AT and T Michigan earlier today we had a parade of flags that went by with all the flags of the nations around the world. We also heard a beautiful rendition of the national anthem from children from PAM's academy here. Knocked it out of the park. They did the crowd even cheer quite loudly. When one of the young ladies set, the very high notes of the national anthem. It was amazing able to sing that here in the cold soon. We'll have the pledge of allegiance, and that'll be led by the children and nieces and nephews of the governor elect and the governor elect right now, we're hearing the rabbi Amy big men of congregation shreds Zedek in east Lansing for our state as we begin this new year. As we welcome new leadership for our state. We also remember that each of us must serve the state of Michigan through serving the communities of which it is comprised by helping those who were elected to lead us. As we begin this new year. We renew our dedication to making our state a better place for all. Our leaders be blessed with good health, and fortitude, dedication, and crisis, wisdom and compassion. Strength, and I saw variance. May two thousand nineteen be a good year for our state our country and our world for me..
"zedek" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"The Clapper lunches stars. I have the colts favored by two and a half over the Cowboys. All right. I hit this one on head three gave it a full three game me more to the Colt need to keep winning. Cowboys really there's a chance the cowboy I know you say they can jump into three seed they may not have to win another game to win this division. Eight could be enough. God you hit the lottery that division. Yeah. Well, that's the other thing. How funny was it? By the way, look the capital thing is turned into. There's two separate arguments happen at the same time in one is a little bit of rational one is actually really rational. There's the one side. That's that's operating. Like, he was really good. The last few years are to some alternate reality where it's the biggest travesty of all time that somebody's talented person does Navjot which is a slight exaggeration because we were betting against him. Religiously and that last season in inboard, he's putting a pretty empty stats. Now, he's still somewhere between like I would say twenty five and thirty five for quarterbacks. Right. There's a lot of guys like that who aren't good. But are still kind of you can at least they can steer the ship. He was definitely one of those guys. I don't know. I I know where you're going best. Is he better than Josh Johnson was probably if I remember correctly was wanna be original NFL crushes. No, no. That was Josh Freeman. Josh Friedman that Josh Josh Josh Freeman wasn't Gialle. Oh, I know Josh Rosen. Our talent. But when they still have a chance to make the playoffs, and they don't consider capital because he couldn't learn their playbook in time. But then Josh Johnson's out there in the second half and they signed him for days ago. That's when it becomes ridiculous. Yeah. Right. I wish just work came out ready and see maybe throw the ball thrown in years. Like, you know cabinet. You've seen him in a commercial. That's all you've seen out of him. But that's my point bring him in. All right. Bring him in throw some passes. Let's see the guy was in a Super Bowl five years ago in you. And instead, you you have Josh Johnson who then you're playing that's. Why didn't have him come in on thanksgiving? Right. Neck. No one wants to see him kneel on thanksgiving right against the Cowboys PR disaster. I know, but this is so annoying. Because he's he this is a blackballing, and it's outrageous. But he's also not as good as as the layoff has made it seem, but the the truth in between these two stories is that it's absolutely ridiculous that nobody's bringing him into at least four chromatic work them out. Did you see this to the cubeys? Josh Johnson EJ manual like come on. This is he's gonna the NFL's going to have to pay him like one hundred fifty million dollars where the Zedek 'cause there's no way this is not a blackballing. Yeah. I don't know. I just think the result is going to be disappointing for all capital fan hundred percent. Which is why did the big qualifier in the beginning? He was not playing very well for multiple years..
"zedek" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"So, you know, it's really perfect, and you know, Glenn hungry. Yeah. He's hungry Rawda. He's very much a lot myself. You know, what we want is the best in what we're doing. And we'll do everything we can for that. And I think that mentality bodes well because we're going to buy each other. Obviously, I'm gonna take some time to get used to the super black. And you know, I can I've got a good reference for pre-season testing to you know, sort of mock myself against Glenn to to see the benchmark because it ended he's he's going to brands hatch Las ran, and he's he's won. You know, wanna right? So it's perfect. Really? I couldn't be more excited. Is a gem. She wouldn't say we said that. But also you Terry on your. Not giving support because I keep Kevin relationship. Zaki? Is this something you see going further maybe to world SuperSport world superbikes? Yeah. Hundred percent. I'm loyal to the brand. They've been low to me over the last couple of seasons. We'll be moving into authored season together. As a you an artist wanna Kate back in, you know, everyone Alex Ocoee Ross Burridge they've been fantastic to me to give me this niece opportunity might need happened. You know, also along with paid, you know, the the team owner giving me these opportunity, but you know, I was sake have back me. And there are one hundred percent behind me. You know, I've done good for them ragging on the Zedek seats. And they rewarded with that. You know, we assume by which you know, for sparring young rices to, you know, to show loyalty to a brand, you know, they they repaid that one in one hundred percent, you know, they they be she's been going on for a long time these negotiations broke since the brands hatch in the middle year. I was you know, made sort of aware. Where that, you know, they claim needs to move me up into superbike class on board of color sake. Where was that was the big question, Mark? And they stop thought I, you know, there's been a loads of loads of different variables that could have played a factor in where I went, and you know, they learn things could've stopped that. But they you know, they stuck to their word, and they rewarded me with a super tried. So I I really appreciate that hard. We can also move forward together with the brand, and, you know, rod into world championship or wherever you could you could along career Embiid be wherever that is. You know, it's about staying loyal to the brand for sure. You are one of quite a few rookies at coming to speak. So you've got yourself coming into the main seaport Klaus von because also on a towel. He coming into the mainstream clause Scott reading coming in onto the pull by Berge Ford. You catty clause yourself, Scott unrine. You see who'd you think is going to be better. Had you think begging to go. It's quite funny really being sort of put into the same bracket. Scott reading, you know, as a rookie. It seems strange. You know, you watch him on television every you know, every other weekend rice in motor G P. And you know, sudden nail we're getting compared as rookies into a championship, which is absolutely crazy. But you know, that that's how it is. And I'm so excited to to have that opportunity, you know, to going to a championship and be sort of compared to some lock Scott writing. It's almost one grown parade world championships Motoo and also done very, well and Monica pace at that exciting for me where I'm going to stack up against the guys. He's really unknown. I was never ridden. A big box. You've been on the six hundred for fifty years. Now, she kinda was actually the first, you know, sort of roadblock that ever road, and I'd still want. So. It's gonna be it's going to be an I've bought, you know, I'm ready for that..
"zedek" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Kinds of good stuff going on there and hey, game scoop game, scoop, Gary. What are the the game scoop that there is a podcast that has been around for five hundred? No, wow. That's a long time. This Friday, they're five hundred episode of games, game scoop abuse at its every now, and then they take a break, but they've been around ten years by years. Wow, forever. So anyway, I'm going to be on that along with Damon Hatfield, Sam clayborn just Davis the mega cops, all the regular, special guests, etc. That'll be this Friday at I. If you're gonna be there all say hi TI there, but check that out when it goes live as well. And today's episode kind of funny games daily brought to you by third love and loot crate, but we'll get to that moment. But I. Hell a special segment a special segment. That's right. Well, I know what could it mean. What does this large wondering about this white mystery box that we have on the on the table here, Gary would Greg Miller wanted to save this for you touched use, her are British and there gave it away. Therefore the most qualified person among us to open this box. Now what's contained within has a special place in my heart, but momentum to. Compared to the special place in your heart. So this is something that was announced on time ago, and I've been keeping an eye on him very excited about and now it's here. It is the c sixty full mini or a guess the Commodore sixty four. That's the see the Commodore sixty four mini. When I was a kid when at the same time in the kind of early to mid eighties, the everyone was everyone here in the United States was playing either the Sega master system or more likely than intendo payment system. Yeah, I was playing annoy my British cohorts in the UK will play in the Commodore sixty four. That was the gaming system to have. Okay. So even though it was a home computer was oriented toward playing video, it was. It was one of those things that much like its rival system to sink Zedek spectrum. Yeah, I'm not was never necessarily intended to be a games machine, but that's what that's what the market turned it into. It just became the game system. There's a lot of fascinating history behind the sixty four. The thing was. Slapped together over the course of a very short period of time by some very intelligent and hardworking, Commodore engineers, the owner Commodores make me a computer, make it quick, and a lot of its game playing ability comes from them. This using parts that were laying around that happened to be games are Cade hardware oriented. Right? And so they created semi accidentally this awesome game machine. Yeah. Also particularly about having probably the best sound chip ever put in this. Yes, I d- sit chip created tip chip tunes, the like of which have never been rivaled if the only chip tune music you've ever heard is from the n. e. s. go listen to some Kono sixty four music because it just has this throaty kind of base quality to just just kind of feel to it that the n. e. s. never the sound chip sounds very flimsy compared to what it's a very different kind of sound. The and the township actually has more channels than the said, but the Senate has this just bizarre. Wonderful quality. Yeah. On composers ROY Hubbard a mountain goal were able to just do just do magic tricks with in enabled us to make it sound like Admiral channels, and it really did. So we've introduced the sucker. I think it's time Gary for you to open it up. So glad this thing exists. We've obviously been through did we're going through this retro period right now where all the all the boxes from from from days of your life, the n. e. s. on the super NS all being shrunk down. Obviously, the play session classic is coming shrunk down and and reload. Launch. Yeah, and I've been excited about the n. e. s. and and the PlayStation classic and the super any s classic and all of those systems. But they don't have a true nostalgic feeling for me because I didn't really grow up with them..
"zedek" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"There was so much that we did went to Reno one day when we were going to do man, we were going to go to hot August national because I want to talk about this. You must briefly want to go when you're talking about your YouTube channel, which is something you really want to do. But yeah, maybe do that when you get up to am and get your education going, but manager, you love cars. And of course I do too, but you've gotten really into a lot of the hopper formats, Mark. Zedek supercars. Yeah. What's what's some of your favorite ones? I started following the blacklist on Instagram because this so follow that. So I got, I just followed them while ago. So now I'm gonna taste some those cool as cars. What would you say about that new McLaren. Five-million-dollar rig that and the Santa CNN? Yeah, it's a, it's built for tracks only. I mean, that's the engineers. Watch a lot of reviews on it. Wash a lot of videos on the car and the engineers usually when people Bill cars they based around the driver, make them comfortable. No, this is all about mechanics, aerodynamics and everything to make the cargo fasting. It solid track times and this design. Everything's carbon-fiber. I mean, as much as they can put into the car, it's it's amazing car. You need look it up when you get a chance, any washing videos on. It's very interesting and I like McLaren you know, the p. ones of course pretty good. The seven, twenty s.'s and there's some other ones I don't. There might be a six, ten d or t? I'm not sure that I'm just familiar with the seven twenty s in the p. ones when of course, I may not know all the owns. I just don't know their name. Exactly. So there's McLaren Porsche, they got the GTS twos and the GTS threes which are really interesting and kind of limited the GR's threes are. No, But but you know. you also have a a huge love affair with the corvette because that was the Genesis of what your YouTube channel is going to be. Because yeah, you told me you want to buy corvette. Go ahead. Yeah, so my my ideal plan is to, you know, graduate from him, get a stable job, get some money by corvette and make videos. There's a big audience for car videos, and I just love corvettes if I could get any corvette right now, it'd be a two thousand twelve CR one black. I don't know. I just love zero wants from that. The c. six model. I mean, they're gorgeous, and I take a c, seven. Two we pass today is kind of like a deep lava with chrome rims, zero six, gorgeous car, and I actually got to drive your buddy. Scott could chairs zero six and we're over their house for Brad's graduation party. And I was like, you got anything new in the barn or need to see you see some stuff in the barn shop. So he takes me out there. He showed. What twenty twelve z twenty eight. The eliminate five hundred of them. He's got his Co. six. He's got a fifty nine caddy. He's got a another project car and he's got a couple of other ones. And I'm really dumb outgoing. From him. Yeah, supposed to take a motorbike at a go ahead. Yeah. So I had to check out your car, you know, see the progress being made on it. He's got a bunch of antique signs and stuff like that, and it's really cool shop setup. You've seen it. You've been out there. Anyway. So we're talking about cars and and you know we're going on and he's like, you want to drive it. And I just got this pit in my stomach. I said, oh, I don't know. I said, I can't say no too scared to say yes with that with that type of power in that type of car. So I said, yeah, I mean, yeah, sure. Like I was really nervous. I was really nervous. He's like, the keys are in it, and I was like, oh man, this is actually happening. He's he doesn't care. He wants to drive the car Scott. He's a great guy. Awesome. Dude, dude. And he's like, yeah, he came me is called, go fill it up for me..
"zedek" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Sean would be a good time for them to release a special edition GameCube controller, fill the switch and not just ask people to dig out their old ones. Yeah, Efe demon, maybe earthy, but he left out the are says stores by units. If they can't sell them, they send them back and good credit on your orders. Ligo you go. Yeah, to t-. Money. No. If it gets sent back on is making money credits on fusion orders. Right, but that's I mean, that's that's good as Edgar ram writes in and says, another new doom is going to be added. XBox game, pass this Friday, eight, ten. Okay. Good to know. What is going to be added. Do. Oh, okay, Frank. Frank says he's a field consultant to read. It depends on the item. In the case of consoles, they would be able to return the unsold ones to the manufacturer. Okay. Ligo on. That's that's why there's such a distinction between between ships and sold through soul through means they actually got one into the hands of game, and that's what matters. Because again, they don't make money on the hard way. They make money on the long tail of selling you the games afterwards and getting you into their ecosystem. That's often sell these systems at break, even or even loss at launch Greg's in be other, Greg, not me and said, not not. Kobe, your demo progress, unveil care, chronicles four will carry over. I'm aware of that. Understand that not make that clear that Kim says you might as well get it over with. I'm like, I don't. I don't wanna do that hate starting a game. I'm gonna play couple hours this game. Great. And then I do my time off is the kind of game that you don't want to replay the first couple of House Democrats, that's fine. Yeah. Okay. Lord of says, Alvin or as ALPHA's we know him in is the apothecary, correct that much. And then Zaire says, Greg, they're still games being released on the Dreamcast by indie developers, those into developers don't like still games being released for the Commodore sixty, four, clowns Zedek spectrum by Indy. I love it. The full. Matt's that people truly love will never die. Kind like you to maybe didn't know lays gentlemen. This has been the kind of funny games daily h in every weekday on a variety of gaming platforms and things like that. I'm rusty you can watch us talk about games and all the video game son, and all that jazz all fell off there. I started. Yeah, you are. From the champion and a half man. I, since I did any of these intros are, if you like
"zedek" Discussed on IoT inc
"Great data because you have what you made the prediction and then immediately you're going to get at some point in the future the actual results so this trains these models right and this training what you're talking about is happening at the city data center there there are some interesting consequences guy so the muddle for university and middle field is entirely different than the model for university and hamilton and you can interchange them but when you say different top logically different what do you mean it just turn out to be one that the muddle is it self it's online doing right online training of course it'll be different because they're in different they're in different situations right there in different geographies with different types of different types of apology of the roads and all the rest of that that's what you mean then right exactly yeah of course yeah so and this is what you were saying earlier which is interesting is that in our definition here on the show a digital twin consists of the original data and the model in this case the models the cnn the convoluted neural network the regional data you may may not keep that it sounds like you do not even keep you know keep it which is which is cool but you're going to keep some data because that's going to be the output that you then have to send up to his sure to allow an api from an uber let's say for example to access it correctly so then there's that so the data that you are transferring is going to be those v there's going to be the i guess the fifty the fifty i don't know if it's the whole fifty s right right so you have two thousand fifteen so instead of having to send that whole thousand you're you're you're reducing something down that fifty cent ed up to the cloud that then can be then grabbed their hit on like you were saying by api from whomever zedek is that accurate yeah the the key point is in doing this you gotta dead reduction of yeah through three hours of magnitude really affordable and and you've semantically enriched it in whatever way you want right.
"zedek" Discussed on Final Games
"Atari st the amiga it came later to the game boy advance playstation but i'm imagining that this is when you played on at spectrum no no actually not not well this is this is that the the real as much as i loved my zedek spectrum the real significant gaming platform of my childhood and teenage years was the commodore amiga and this this game international karate plus or as okay plus i k plus yes the best it's really i mean originally i think a commodore sixty four game the best vision of it is the amiga version i think so okay it's it's it's higher is it's it's smoother it's it's it's just better see the was a sixteen bit vision wasn't it that's right that's right on the this is a game by autumn clean was a game developer at the time that i really a big fan of and it's solar developed game of fighting game and international karate the first one i think it's it's it's fair to say i may have my history a little bit skewed he but my understanding is that international karate is basically a rip off of way of the exploding fist and ustralian game by that is a spectrum didn't international karate have like the sydney opera house in the background that's right yeah that's right okay so it was actually an sort of head this international same but the sprites are almost like a direct rip from way of the exploding fit some people say way of the exploding fist is ripped from from the the big data east.
"zedek" Discussed on TechFan
"You know guys let's stay was when when no dummies they knew that if you put that stuff on the tv it needs to be big otherwise the the tv's just in the resolution altogether through that process to allow you to read it and i think this one this one of the failures of this is the fact that people didn't want to buy melissa for it but they plugged into the tv and then all the the kind of business he saw sofas available for it was virtually unusable because you couldn't read what was going on the screen i'm also thing here that that people really dislike the unlikely regular ibm's had pro what we would call appropriate mechanical cable one the ibm cut costs was the nope juicing a a cable by that at they all keep was terrible yet was a even by the standards of the standards of the diet was well i you know what i'm gonna roll that statement back i was about say even by the standards several actually that that was the problem by the standards of the day because back then everyone did decent cables met everyone that i remember metallic matola was the same way i hated or the there was of here in the uk that was the zedek spectrum had like kind of rubber cable the people reflects that flesh cable but a lot of the mainstream computer the day the commodore sixty full the apple to the the ones on talking about the beep she might on the electron those all had prophet mechanical cables a much for it.
"zedek" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"A swat keep the latest on that repeat a mont i kicked explosives you competing in wooded naked caused a may come on youth vote catholic them wet of smoke plenty attract your slow never been crack mud vote campus this shit no wrote zedek them that they know better than as you know better than net facts give me that repeat i'm sick of jealousy a meta more depth in book gooding he will levels be pages need the right team and i just made the right same played i could still drops sabbath be would they tell me negga rats lawless quick trying to catch forest with chewing braga comments that the blacks ball is we don't neville listen saw naked fast vote with enough the abbott give it so on but today's exbull with these local rookies a total pussies are put on foot h and numb you know was thirty which you wrap of four us half his role as showman so of i should get a sag award doll all mess with his daddy even take it felt let joint never been swag you don't know radical as i could sell at you patty's you ain't hoshik jackson jr don't you as the place daddy himi told of ottawa who know the model wink gutted check will you follow went helpings bodies of follow a lesson with this thomas president took my compositions abu flex and lack of bodies philbin competitions lavdas fixed may not been signalled you guys are slipping from alltime lows drop wind got him should jaba click in summit take much shit eight must left the multiple wrote i be safe pulse dipped silt.
"zedek" Discussed on The Basketball Friends
"Literally i promise you little known as beverages they're like ten minutes ago i had never bid read this lease i sold help labeled fraud it's all about the name on the front america only he didn't take ownership he tolerated it here because the pacers gave him the max contract deserved and this market gave him the odd adulation he craved but he was always more heavily interested in paul george then hit this city or franchise trump give me can we take a second look it's all zedek god he's the guy he wrote a mistake a gun sorry let me take a second to address the freaking who's estate state and alleged basketball kriese the meanwhile they love high school and college basketball a lot more than the pros like you can't call yourself a basketball love in place if you love amateur basketball more than the pros they don't they don't even support the paces like that's just everybody knows that you have said paces games like they don't go to his teams games it will give a fuck about this team and we all know why that is indiana kkk all the way all the of all gene oh it's passed vet but it's you put the hutu to stay got a miss me the forgot he would all that she made all were there who register will love basketball but rarely we love it in cures for buys game with guys triple love their ninety percent of the time we love the eyes gay man no dogs just mid rates to put a bit tuesday.
"zedek" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"And i have lows friends from all over the world and some of those people been told to go home and that was just shocked kenya no race hate crime when top over 100 percent to solve the brexit which really just didn't feel what i love about this country and we are read diverse melting pot of different cultures and i love experience in different coaches and being influenced by different cultures and so particularly being a creative it's really important that we understand every one and as an advertising christ direct to we should be able to speak to everyone and good ideas come from having a range of perspective and so i really just wanted to do an exhibition the celebrated those diverse perspectives and the creativity the migrants bring to this country into the creative industries i wonder when you start to approach odds because you were support people to put this to go the barbara bush smith rhythm poor and some of us a heavy d and things of a what did you tell them about what you wanted to create what was almost brief you gave to them sasha party mention now the i coq curate today with aaron man's analyst communication consultant helena zedek um who erin man's is a curator of victoria miro and elena zedek is a also communication consultant and they're really good friends of mine if naughton or the doj times what we can handle so i was really khanna pushing this idea forward my spoke to erin and i spoke to her lehner about it and they were like yes would happily help you will help you put even talk through the couple of artists which they did end.