36 Burst results for "zoom"

Fresh update on "zoom" discussed on KHOW Marketplace

KHOW Marketplace

00:41 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "zoom" discussed on KHOW Marketplace

"About things that ransomware and maybe some cyber attacks because they're just not at the time of birth. So We need finally number five, healthy, kind of like very strong in three D. You might not think about of continuing now that the damage winding down with this constant stream of some call it resumed fatigue. Tech companies are pushing to make those calls more realistic through the use of hungry, beneficial back. In March, Microsoft reviewed a new service called Microsoft Mesh always thought that they should felt like level Microsoft mash, But that's it could render three d versions of people they say it's for smart glasses and then compatible display. So the whole Idea joint is that you and I would be having this zoom college. I would be sitting like right across.

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Jeffrey Toobin Returns to CNN After Exposing Himself on Zoom Call

Radio From Hell

01:41 min | 2 d ago

Jeffrey Toobin Returns to CNN After Exposing Himself on Zoom Call

"To the air for the first time in eight months and had to have a pretty painful conversation about why he hasn't been on TV. I feel like we should address. Um what's happened in the months since we've seen you So I guess I'll recap. I'll do the honors. Help yourself. Okay? Um, in October. You were on a zoom call with your colleagues from the New Yorker magazine. Everyone took a break for several minutes, during which time you were caught masturbating. On camera. You were subsequently fired from that job after 27 years of working there. Do I have all that right? You've got it. All right. Sad to say, I think one point I wouldn't exactly say in my defense because nothing is really in my defense. I didn't think I was on the call. I didn't think other people could see me now. That's not a defense. This was deeply moronic and indefensible. But I mean that that is part of that. That is part of the story. Um and you know, I have spent the seven subsequent months miserable months in my life. I can certainly Confess trying to be a better person. I mean in therapy, trying to do some public service working in a food bank, which I certainly I'm going to continue to do, but I am trying to become the kind of person That people can trust again. Uh, You can't watch. Oh, man, I cannot think of anything more awkward to watch than that interview. Give maybe one other

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Toobin Returns to CNN Eight Months After Zoom Exposure Incident

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

Toobin Returns to CNN Eight Months After Zoom Exposure Incident

CNN's Jeffrey Toobin Returns to TV After Zoom Call Incident

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

CNN's Jeffrey Toobin Returns to TV After Zoom Call Incident

"A legal analyst who has been sidelined for months has now returned to the air after a seven month break CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin is back at work on the cable outlet it is the first time he has been on the air after being caught fondling himself when as soon call with staffers on New Yorker magazine that costume is magazine gig but to then went back on CNN to say that he's happy to be getting another chance but not before he got grilled by one of the anchors Alisyn Camerota asked him directly just what were you thinking two bins response he wasn't thinking very well or very much to the apologized to viewers said he had gone through therapy and will try to regain their trust after that to them began giving commentary on a pair of legal issues now when the news I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Here's What's New With iOS 15

Talking Tech

01:50 min | 5 d ago

Here's What's New With iOS 15

"On monday. Apple kicked off its worldwide developers conference with a virtual keynote detailing the changes coming soon to iowa's fifteen the mobile operating system that powers the iphone now fifteen launch fall. We don't have the exact date yet. And it's time to the release of a brand new iphone. It's typically unveiled by apple in september. So what are some of the most notable changes coming to iowa's fifteen this fall. Let's start here with face time which seems to be getting the biggest facelift too. No pun intended Of all the features that are coming. Ios the biggest one. Though is you can soon use facetime on android and windows but not in the way that you think. The company is adding facetime links for sharing scheduled call so kind of works like zoom where he scheduled a call. You get a link to the actual video chat itself and you click on that so users can get to this either through the iphone app or via any web browser so it's not exactly a facetime app for android or for windows but at least if you're on a web browser on android phone you can still get. Their facetime is also going to introduce a grid view to see everyone on a call and the ability to take calls in portrait mode. So you can hold your phone horizontally and it'll actually blur out the background automatically so that you stand out facetime also add spatial audio and voice isolation so call sam more natural and allow you to cut back on the background noise. The app is also going to add. Share play which is probably one of those interesting features they revealed and it. Lets you enjoy entertainment. Such as music tv shows. While you're on a video call few might start video call minimize the window and then go to another app like say apple tv plus or some third party apps disney plus and you start playing a Tv show or a movie and it automatically start playing on the other person's call and then you can start watching together.

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Anna Ploszajski: Crafting to Better Understand Material Science

The Guardian's Science Weekly

02:33 min | 5 d ago

Anna Ploszajski: Crafting to Better Understand Material Science

"This episode. I'm talking to dr anna. Precise ski immaterial. Scientists channel swimmer and stand up comedian about her latest venture. Writing newburgh handmade assigned to search for meaning through making. I wanted to start off with understanding a bit more about the material. I found the most fascinating in the book. Blas which as we all know to be solid actually has the molecular structure of a liquid. Could you tell me a little bit more about that. Ana yeah definitely. I think a lot of people would have heard of this of the rumor. That glass is actually very very very viscous liquid in the evidence that we have for. This is very old. Panes of glass in medieval churches are episode a thicker the button than they are at the top and intuitively. We think well that must mean that. This class has been flowing down to gravity over hundreds of years that for it must by viscous liquids while there's also a molecular argument for that as well because if you zoom into clawson and see where the atoms and molecules are inside they are. Bene- jumbled up mess they're very rigidly bonded to each other so they don't move that they their structure is what we describe as offices. Very kind of jumbled up this structural order to in particular infrastructure is very similar to the structure of liquid. If you were to have a look at water zoom in and see by the atoms molecules are inside than they would be kind of randomly tumbling over each other and in in no particular order as well. The structure of glass and the structure of bhutto's liquid is via similar. Now this is in contrast to what we describe him. It's your science. As a as crystalline materials and is is a good example of a crystalline material when water freezes if the molecules lineup in very neat rows and columns in a kind of three structural lattices. That it's very predictable. It's very ordered. It's very beautiful. And that's how we describe. The atoms inside material's crystalline site is is a good example of metals or crystalline. As well when you hate izhak from below zero degrees two zero degree celsius as the ice melts it melts at the very distinct melting temperature because its molecules are in this very distinctive crystalline ordered structure so zero degrees is enough energy to break all of those bonds between those molecules and allow them to slosh over each other emanating. The michio becomes liquid

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D.C. Police Chief Raises Concerns Over Shrinking Force, Officer Morale

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | Last week

D.C. Police Chief Raises Concerns Over Shrinking Force, Officer Morale

"D. C. Police chief Robert Conte is raising a warning about the morale among his officers and their shrinking numbers in a zoom chat with the D. C. Police chief, the president of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, Jack McDougall, wanted to know how's the morale? Of your folks. How are they doing? The chief said police. Morale has been impacted by negative views of police and some officers are making career decisions based on some police reforms right now, our a rate of separation and we're up like 11% of what was projected for this time last year, Carney says the size of the D C police department is shrinking at Was Dick Uliano. W T o P.

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Bitcoin Bull Market May End, Says MRB Partners

The Breakdown with NLW

02:10 min | Last week

Bitcoin Bull Market May End, Says MRB Partners

"Boutique. Investment research firm rb partners released a report last week. Titled has the crypto fever. Broken the point to a couple of potential reasons first the fut- they know to main dimensions to this environmental concerns and regulatory risks. These are things we've discussed extensively on this show. Environmental concerns have been particularly acute and in the media. I since tesla made their big bitcoin. By and second since ilan walked it back because of environmental reasons regulatory risks fuel frankly more like a forward projection as we'll get into in a moment but the second reason they gave for a potential downturn is a reduction in monetary stimulus. They wrote quote easy. Money has helped fuel the crypto bubble and a slow unwinding of this trend. Globally will become a headwind for the speculative digital asset. Will clemente in palms newsletter. Adds some technical mv to this as well. He writes zooming out. You get this divergence between short and long-term holders based on historic behavior of these cohorts we are either headed into a full-fledged bear market or in a mini bear market similar to the consolidation between the two double pumps but still in a broader bull market at that time there was a similar phenomenon of long-term holders stepping in and doing the heavy lifting while short term holders panicked sold based on metrics looking at the broader cycle. I tend to side more with the ladder. I could be wrong. Interestingly to me this is not just analysis or speculation that we're seeing as well. There's actually some amount of preparation quintas growth story this week called. Dow's prepare for the next crypto winter with treasury diversification. It's basically about how many decentralized autonomous organizations many of whom are funded by. Governance tokens are selling. Some of those governments tokens now to move into fiat denominated stable coins. That could help them weather downturn. Now i remember twenty eighteen really well and frankly teams that manage treasury. Well were often not only able to survive but put themselves in a hugely powerful position relative to their peers. Those that didn't and just hope that their tokens would return to their previous highs tended to perish so i don't think it's silly for these dow's to be starting think in those terms regardless of where we actually are in the cycle.

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Zoom Stock Falls After Q1 2021 Report

BTV Simulcast

01:18 min | Last week

Zoom Stock Falls After Q1 2021 Report

"Results and the sales forecast for the current quarter. That topped analyst estimates. Investors concerned about how zooms growth continues as more vaccines, rollout and lockdowns get lifted, joining us now to discuss zoom CFO Kelly Stoeckel Burke and Kelly. Every quarter. I feel like I've asked you the same question. But now you have a clearer picture off What zooms growth looks like or doesn't look like in a post pandemic world. What are the numbers telling you? Well, I think what we all know for sure is that we're never going back to the world. The way that it was before and zoom is very honored to have kept people connected through this pandemic these last 15 months, But we're also excited to be able to now enable people to work. Flexibly whether people want ever remotely or in the office. We're gonna be there and really evolving from being this killer meetings, app. To being the platform in the communication hub for our customers, and all that is going to be for long term potential growth for zoom through meetings through phone do events between announced last week and then do apse, which is gonna be generally available later this summer. So we're really exciting to be a key partners. We start to move through the world in another way. So what you have to say, Tell it to the investors who are still

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Mudrick Capital Bought 8.5 Million Shares of Amc, Then Reportedly Sold Them off for a Profit

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:17 sec | Last week

Mudrick Capital Bought 8.5 Million Shares of Amc, Then Reportedly Sold Them off for a Profit

"Of the movie theater chain her up another 31%. This follows a 22% gain yesterday after AMC raised $230 million in a stock sale to moderate capital management. AMC shares around more than 1400% this year, and shares of Zoom Video communications are up

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Asynchronous Sales Communication With Darin Dawson

Accelerate!

02:44 min | Last week

Asynchronous Sales Communication With Darin Dawson

"Welcome to the show. Thanks great to be back with you. Man it's good to see you. Yeah great to see you again. So i know there's probably not many folks who aren't familiar with bomb but just in case there's any. I'm sure there's plenty. Yeah so we're a platform that we enable human senator communication. We want you to be face to face more often than more people in the way we do that through video so it very simple free to create video send video through any medium. You might use whether it'd be email text messenger linked in social media things like that and you might think well. Don't those platforms already do that. Yes but We enable you to know what's going on on the other side of that communication so we focused most of our time on the recipient experience. And the how your recipient engages with this type of interaction. Did they watch it you know. Do they like it. Can we get more engagement from them. Can comment on it so You know subject just this one way kind of sending something in waiting and wondering maybe at some points depending where you're at in your career. Did they receive it did they. Do they care. We help you to understand that more. Yeah i mean this is sort of interesting idea never wants to call it a synchronous video usage. Here's a. I like to call video messaging just to keep it simple but i think that interesting. I saw them awake. What's happened in twenty twenty and People serve being fatigued by zoom. Wasn't so the effectiveness of videos. They're saying yeah. I i want to interact with with my buyer. Faleh used video but it doesn't need to be live right. I want them to see me. I think i even think that a lot of ways but even before the pandemic we we handcuff the best talents. Maybe of sales people of our customer success people of of maybe ourselves when we just send an email black tax screen and when we know that humans emote they. They have an operation right. I talk with my hands. You can see that if you're watching this the way we communicate often is more verbal than it is burger definitely written we lose even more and so bringing that back and when when i was removed from us absolute ability to be face to face at all. People found this as a way to kind of circumvent the problem but now i think they're finding it now more. It's becoming more of the norm

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NASA Releases 3D Video of Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Flight

Innovation Now

01:05 min | Last week

NASA Releases 3D Video of Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Flight

"Ingenuity flights in the mars atmosphere began as a technology demonstration intended to prove that powered controlled flight on. Mars is possible. Now those flights will serve as an operations demonstration exploring how aerial scouting could benefit future exploration cameras on. Nasa's perseverance rover provide key data to help engineers navigate and scientists choose interesting rocks to study but those same cameras enable the public to follow the rovers daily discoveries and now a team at nasa's jet propulsion laboratory have stitched. Some of these images together rendering a video in three d. seeing the sequence is a bit like standing on the martian surface next perseverance watching ingenuity flight firsthand. Put on your three d glasses. You can find directions to create a pair on the nasa website and watch ingenuity ascend hover then zoom out of your field of vision but keep watching completing its flight. The helicopter returns to nail a perfect pinpoint landing

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Undocumented and LGBTQ

Latino Rebels Radio

02:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Undocumented and LGBTQ

"We spend the hour with alexander. Rodriguez did res. She's a transgender activists. Scholar and the co founder of ella based in san francisco california. She joins us today via zoom. Welcome to show. Alexander rodriguez the release. Yeah alexandra three years that res Get that'll however you thank you so much for inviting me as especially this day. That is very special for me because today we of serre and we celebrate Transgender day of this ability. That's why we're recording this show today on march thirty first which is transgender day of visibility. And it's a pleasure and an honor to have you on the show with us today so we have quite a lot to discuss. But i just want to start right at the beginning since i just mentioned organization ella but at trans latinas can you tell about your organization and its founding. Just wanna make sure an clear. The air i i'm one of the co founders of l. a. subpoenas in san francisco however i'm rotten now living in mexico city where i'm program coordinator of on organization and that a skull lack holiday at the dance. But yeah i can tell you about of innis which was a program. wes On be prevention and support program for the city of san francisco for the health department of the city of san francisco and I started working there and two thousand and six. When the rang west almost gloves it starts because There was no There they were there before me that he know how to Retained that transgender latino ex in to make them getting bogged with the program. And i think because of their needs and of their situation on Pretty much a theme many Unfortunately many organizations are very institutionalized. And they don't understand that for transient latina that undocumented. That as living with a child new that has to insects. Work that has probably having issues with alcoholism Their health s nother

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How the Pandemic Effected Uplift Family Services

Voices of the Community

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

How the Pandemic Effected Uplift Family Services

"I'm join remotely via zoom by faith jackson. The transitional housing program supervisor of uplift family services. Thanks for being here face. Thank you for having me. So could you please provide the audience. Just a quick overview of who apply family service programs. are it's a regional organization with a as ing kind of ecosystem if you will of wraparound services for families definitely so the agency or on is one of the largest most albums the behavioral treatments in california one of the bigger providers each year we serve. Do whatever it takes to help about. Thirty five thousand children and families to manage and recover from challenges coming from trauma such as severe neglect and abuse. Essential life skills that they need to be successful at home or school and in their communes in so short mission statement. Is you know we do whatever it takes to. Strengthen advocate for children families and adults and communities to realize their hopes in behavior health and wellbeing. And then you are. Throughout the bay area you're working in kind of concord east bay but then you also have offices i think in the south bay in west bays recall that's correct as well as out to sacramento so here locally. We asked him oxygen in campbell. There's seven conquer where. I'm out a few supervised the tape program. So if you could explain what tae as we were saying before we came on acronyms are us what tae is. And then what the tape program is in to you. Know who are the residents that you serve great so advance. For transitional age you must pacific program. Supervise is the transitional housing program. Our young people are foster children and their ages range. Any rare which lane sixteen to twenty one am before two thousand well young people at the age of eighteen. We're just put out of foster care and and learn some of the most important life skills

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The Science of Zoom Body Language

TechNation Radio Podcast

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

The Science of Zoom Body Language

"There's a lot of debate as to how we ended up in the universe. That can encode information Some people use the anthropic principle. That wasn't the case we wouldn't be here. Wouldn't be talking about it but that allowed. Evolution and evolution has evolved more and more complex creatures that eventually evolved nervous system and those never systems automatically evolved a neo cortex which is capable of thinking in hierarchies to reflect the natural hierarchy of the world as i emerging mammals was the size of a postage stamp and as opposed to stamp and little rodents Not very noticeable but allow these animals to actually learn new skills that were complicated and hierarchical Without having to go through thousands of years of biological evolution to change their behavior but then sixty five million years ago there was this cataclysmic event called the cretaceous extinction event and we can see archaeological evidence of that everywhere in the world. Something happen very dramatic to change the environment very quickly and Animals non mammalian species. It did not have a new cortex died out. Many of them did And that's when mammals took over there the ecological niche and to anthropomorphized biological evolution said. Hey this neo. Cortex is pretty useful and it's talk growing it As mammals got more complex than by primates it was no longer flat. It was very convoluted if you know. The brain of primate looks like it has many bridges and combinations to increase its surface area. It's still a very thin structure to stretch out. A human neo cortex be about the size of size of a table napkin injustice. Then but because of its all of these curvatures and convolution. It's about eighty percent of the brain. And that's why we do of thinking and thinking in hierarchies

The Power of Justice Centered Parenting With Rachel Alva

Beyond Picket Fences

02:13 min | 2 weeks ago

The Power of Justice Centered Parenting With Rachel Alva

"I neo me. I'm andy how are you good. how are you doing. I'm good good good. Well we are very excited to have rachel here today. Hi how are you hi. i'm doing well. Thank you so much for having me. We're so where would you like your story to begin before. I jump into my story. I liked start by sharing. That i'm calling in from the stolen land of the coast salish peoples also known as the pacific northwest. And i say this to thank and honor those who have for thousands of years protected and cared for the land but now sustains me and also to draw attention to the reality that none of us were born into a culture of justice. Sometimes when i share my story there are parts. That might sound like sensational or shocking. But nothing in. My family's history is particularly surprising when you consider that i live in a country that was built on much worse stolen land and the stolen lives of enslaved people and for those most egregious things to have occurred. Violence in harm. Had to be normalized all kinds of ways throughout our culture so my story. I'm going to begin before i was born. There are a lot of people who came before me who shaped my life. But today i want to zoom in on my grandma audrey So audrey was sixteen in the early nineteen sixties. When she got pregnant she married my grandpa. Jimmy who was twenty six at the time. She gave birth to my uncle and then a year later when she was only seventeen. Gave birth to my dad. And i don't know what happened with audrey jimmy or where he was when one night. She went out partying with friends. She left her toddlers at home with her. Mom migrate grandma to babysit and she didn't come home right away when she was expected. how long her mom waited for her to come home but her mom called child protective services and they removed the boys and from what i can tell place them with a family for adoption right away

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Tips for Your Video Podcasting Setup

Brands On Brands On Brands

02:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Tips for Your Video Podcasting Setup

"All right video podcasting excited to go through the setup for you. It's really three easy components for you guys today. We're gonna be talking about the camera. Setup the lighting and your environment. Those are the three sections will be going through today. So let's start with the camera. Obviously if you want a video podcast year and have to have some kind of camera setup for most of you beginning. You're going to have a one camera setup. That's going to be the camera right in front of you recorded you as you are speaking into the microphone looking right at your face with the background behind you. Some of you might be bold enough to set up a second camera which can be off to the side and that can give you a different angle. So that your editors can have multiple angles to choose from to keep your show interesting now. The camera you have in front of you. Hopefully you can sit up a little further back than i have here today today. I'm working not in the best environment. We are moving soon into a new house. And so i am in our little office in the bedroom and you know i have the light behind me which is not ideal usually. It's off to the side. I have nothing behind me. That's interesting and i can't set up a second camera. The camera in front of me is too close. But we're going to get it done right. We're just if you're a podcast. The job is just get it done. Create the content and forward. So that's what we're doing today but if you want to set up a second camera you can do that. Give yourself a different angle. And if you set up your first camera to be in front of you and further back you also give the editors opportunities to shoot forward and backwards and zoom in zoom out again creating opportunity for more visually interesting content. Okay so the cameras that we're talking about here. They don't have to be fancy people have dsl ours and things they set up. That's for advanced right for you to get started really. I want you to buy a simple webcam that you can put on top of your computer or on a tripod just behind your screen somewhere now. That webcam there's lots of brands out there when it's very common and reliable is logitech. I have the c nine twenty two. I believe it is from logitech.

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Asparagus With Ali Stafford

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

01:56 min | Last month

Asparagus With Ali Stafford

"High alley. How are you great. How are you. Thanks for having me your baking bread over there always. I know i've got my whole family. Baking bread so fun. It's so nice to hear. I love seeing all of your nieces. Creations and your sisters and brother-in-law so fun well as i mentioned in the introduction. You've been a constant source of cooking wisdom for me and then in this last year this crazy year My family in all our different houses. I had bought everyone. Your virtual cooking classes during the pandemic and we'd all meet up there and learn to cook and then we'd have our family sort of reunion on zoom after and so forth and wow like my brother-in-law's baking your bread and making your recipe and my niece. who's diet. Not so long ago was like college dorm food. I think this amazing. I love seeing her. I think in particular is the most conference. So thank you. So i'll gives a linked to your classes your whole kind of cooking school that you're doing virtually With a transcript of the show on a way to guard dot com and also. Let's give away a copy of bread toast crumbs because it's so great so we'll do that with the with. Transcript shoe so asparagus. Has it been showing up at the farmer's market it has. I went to my disconnected degree market day for the first time in ages. It was actually made me sad thinking about how long it had been since i was there last but it was a beautiful day and i have to say it felt so alive. I mean there are a ton of people out and the farm stands and they were like they were teaming with asparagus. There are a lot of ramps rhubarb All like tender like the baby spinach baby. Swiss chard baby kale so much. Good stuff it was so fun. I came home like with two huge bags loaded with stuff

Creating Consistency and Sustainability to Fight Unhealthy Business Habits with Rachael Rogers

Purposeful Social Selling

02:38 min | Last month

Creating Consistency and Sustainability to Fight Unhealthy Business Habits with Rachael Rogers

"Let's talk a little bit about like we worked together for a year and there was. You did a lot of work. This is what i say. The the unsexy work. It's like getting really deep. Tell the audience to my listeners. A little bit about like your big lessons in that year of doing the deep gritty work rock. While i think first of all the first lesson that i had to learn was how to be consistent and how to show up consistently even when it didn't feel fund or I really thrive with unity in community. And when we have two or three people on zoom caller like one of our trainings. During the week. I would feel defeated and it would make me feel like well. Is it worth showing up for three people which sounds so terrible because those three people are absolutely worth it but when you get into your head and you start thinking thoughts about you know. We'll i'm at this level. I have this many people on zoom call. Those are all thoughts about circumstances. They are not circumstances. And so i really. That was one of the things that you you taught me to do was just show up consistently no matter. What if nobody gets on. Then you stay on for a little bit and you turn it off and you go about your day and then you show up the next week and you show through next you show the next week and So we did that. You know we did that consistently Another thing was really realizing that there were a lot of holes in the materials that i was providing to my team and we didn't have any solid systems What i what. I'd seen us do over the years. We had systems in place but anytime we saw another team doing this really amazing idea. We were like oh. That's amazing. let's do it. Let's implement it the week. Switch it up and we totally start doing that for a little bit. And then we'd see another new idea and we would just kind of bounce from system to system system. And i realized that that had really never served my team well and everybody felt confused and they didn't know what we were plugging people into and just this last week. Actually this is a little bit of a victory. In appraise one of my jewels messaged me and she said i just want to tell you. I'm really proud of the systems that we have. Because i was just able to send a very quick text to one of my ambassadors that just added a new person and bullet point exactly what to plug people into and it was like cut like so simple

"zoom" Discussed on Reset

Reset

05:35 min | 6 months ago

"zoom" Discussed on Reset

"A video call service that's essential not only for office workers but also birthday parties happy hours other socialists. It's become sort of place where we sort of do everything. That's me zoom into a huge business. So what happens next what happens. Once the pandemic's zoom still be so essential. Recode mole has been looking into this. Hey ronnie hey daddy so fill us in zoom. Didn't just start a year ago right. It's been around for a while yet. It's been around since twenty seven but it did just go public about a year ago and twenty nineteen so perfect timing sort of perfect timing you know went public it was also this rare profitable company and then the pandemic hit and all of a sudden it went from like that you and i talked about to something that are grandma talks about and uses. How zoom make money zoo makes money. on subscriptions. There is a free tier which is probably why. It's so popular but If you work at a company you pay for a subscription to it. That has a few perks You can have meetings. That are longer than forty minutes. It's not as limited sure the real money that's made on the big company that has a massive contract with zoom right and individuals and small companies. You know my. I could pay for it if i to talk to my family all the time i probably wouldn't but i would use my corporate count or small business and you owned a winery or wine shop. You wanna do wine tastings online something like that okay so it feels to me. Like zoom is a big deal. It's become this sort of touchstone. Oma astana american culture. But like tell me how big zoom has really become okay. So their revenue last quarter was seven hundred seventy seven million dollars and that's four times what it was last year while okay same thing happened the quarter before. It was up four times from last year. They expect the same thing next quarter so they're growing really really fast. It's the most downloaded app of the year now. According to apple to this company is doing gangbusters revenue four times what it was the previous year. But you and i both know and maybe zoom fears. This isn't forever right that there's gonna be a moment when people delete the app from their phone right and one of the things that made me start writing about this was just. I saw that happy vaccine news like a good. There's a vaccine in final trials and zoom stock. Goes down every time this happens so there are some of the few people out there who are rooting for. Maybe not but you know what i'm saying. They are not. I just talked to the company and they're very happy about the vaccine but to the stock dips right when there's this news about pfizer right because investors are looking forward to a time when you and i aren't doing everything on zoom and you know so a lot of these companies might dial back their subscriptions so what happens to zooms popularity. Think once this is over. Does it feet away to lick of this one weird year or i guess. They're probably hoping that people depend on them to some extent. I think what they think. And what a lot of analysts have been telling me. Is that working from home. What you and i are doing right now isn't gonna end. There's always going to be this sort of hybrid. Model hybrid work model. Just means that some people work from home some of the time which means that some of us are going to call in to our office meetings on zoom even for a bunch of us are in the office. So i think they're really banking on the fact and i think it's very probable that not all of us will go back into the office all the time. Yeah is there anything that zoom can do. Think to keep us coming back for more because you could see a world in which you know this becomes a business like skype. You might use every once in a while to touch base with someone overseas but this is not sustainable. And i wonder what zoom can do as a business strategy to keep us coming back. What they could do is make our regular meetings better. They could sort of be the sort of add on to your regular meeting away ways that i could show you my screen. We claburn that we could whiteboard. We could do all this stuff with a computer involves and with your colleagues who are now working from home permanently. Say that could be stuff with a are. That could be served. They're already trying with transcribing. The meetings translating them from other languages as they also have a few different revenue models. That they've been rolling out there. Is something called zoom phone which they want to be like the phone at your office. The cloud phone platform ohka. And then there's zoom. Which is this events platform. You know you have a platform you could sell tickets to your concert or show or your wine tasting or something like that so i think they're. They're going to branch out a little bit in addition to try to make the meeting software a little better and it feels like they already have the most important thing which is a foothold right. People know what they are now in. That's not nothing. People know what they are. Now that said there are tons of other video softwares. There is just the one. That's super popular and part of that was because they have a free model but like as far as you know where the big money is coming from its enterprise stuff and their biggest competitor is microsoft teams video. Conferencing software dislike zoom. But it kind of comes for free if you're already paying for the office suite so that's another challenge that they're going to face as companies are gonna be like. Hey how can we save some money especially now during a recession. They're competing with essentially free software. That's also gotten a lot better since. Zoom got on the market.

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"zoom" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

Bellwether Hub Podcast

06:59 min | 6 months ago

"zoom" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

"The people looking to write a book. I guess it's for writers and how to get past that writer's block and all kinds of other things and how to be creative and it's a great. It's a great rate. But in it he talks about something called the resistance and the resistance are all those factors in the world working against you to get shit done. That's the resistance. So things like procrastination were very good at finding reasons why we can't do something right now when we really need to do something in order to make progress the the the mindset that we have to saying you can't do this. It's all about all these reasons why you can do something he calls it the resistance and how do you break through the resistance and that comes from your inner dialogue and and our dialogue builds based on all the things that we learn it's based on our experiences. The reason we make choices. And the reason we make the choices we do is based on past experience. We make future decisions based on the experiences of the past. So we need to change what we're learning today in order to change our decision making ability later down the road. So it's the same one. I'm procrastinating. Why am I not doing this right now or why am I not getting this project done? If I start to ask myself this question, what do you need right now to make that progress? I'll look at it and say I don't know the answer to this question fine. Why don't you know the answer to this question becomes is I you know, I need to go ask this person. What do you need to do right now to get that thing? Okay. Once that is out of the way all of a sudden the project starts to flow. And progress can move on and and the dialogue really helps for anything. So procrastination and get up for frustration stress getting progress from home work like doing a work up your house. Whatever it is when we think back to burn out and Recovery when we think back to stressful times when we think back to rebuilding our shortcuts and the unusual challenges. We're faced with the question. What do I need right now? Is your first step in dealing with it? Your answer will vary every single time and only you can answer that question. You may not like the answer for sure. But as you get better with the dialogue, it will improve. I need ice cream might be a good initial answer but then you challenge that and it may end up, you know, the right answer is a walk around the park. And when thinking about what you need right now, I like to go through my checklist and last year, you know, I touched on a little bit a second ago was I put together my thoughts on Wellness. I was so frustrated with the the wellness garbage gets thrown around corporate. It doesn't help anybody. I put together my little guide for my checklist of what I need for wellness, and I've got my three buckets my my physical my mental social. Those are the three and I go through my checklist for what do I need right now? And it's usually one of those three from a physical perspective. It's diet Fitness sleep home from a mental perspective itself love self-care and my belief system and from social. It's it's a support system. It's meeting new people and it's microinteractions and you can go back to the other. I'm not going to go through all that stuff again, but we need those three aspects and generally always for me not not just generally from Me but I would say generally for you and everybody else. It's something in one of those categories. I pretty much covers everything everything in your life. And as I think through the struggles we're going to have with the remainder of the pandemic the social aspects going to be a big one and we need that support system. We need that we sought so much time on Zoom for for co-workers. We might need to add an extra Zoom call with a friend. We might need to go for a walk outside socially distant, of course, but at least say hi to a neighbor and get those little micro interaction choice. There are countless online networking events. Now with zoom where you can get group Zoom calls put into a separate room where you can meet new people meet new people. We actually have to do the work in order to fill these different gaps. Are you making good eating choices? Are you getting outside every day? Are you being physically fed all of these things? Are you getting your sleep with? What do you need right now? Sometimes it's a nap and that's okay. All of these are your framework to get this inner dialogue going. We need to have this conversation with ourselves. Do you know what you as an individual need? And that's not a simple question. We generally look to something external for something we need but generally it's internal and we need to have that conversation with ourselves how the conversation out loud doesn't matter nobody. I mean right now you're not really hanging out with strangers soja conversation out loud. If your spouse thinks you're crazy and then just explain it. We're all a little crazy. It's kind of fun. But that's what we need to do for for managing the pandemic in the moment getting this dialogue going is what do I need right now in this moment we can talk about presents we could talk about all of this stuff being present in the moment, you know, all these things that just sounds so hippie but this is this is how to do it and that's what presence is all about not worrying about tomorrow not worrying about last week. What do I need right now in a moment and you'll be surprised with some of that answer and and work on that and get that dialogue going cuz that's going to help you beyond beyond beyond next week next week. I'm looking at a calendar. I'm going to do my my 2020 rap up. I don't know what that's going to be. But I'm going to do a 2020 rap up one more podcast for the rest of the year and and then I'm taking time off and and focusing on the book launch, which is coming out January 19th. So if you could find a good goal for you find your voice. Do it get that inner dialogue going get that question going for the remainder of twenty-twenty and into twenty twenty one that's going to be helpful for you as you sit in your unusual situation right now. I know that that will be very helpful for you and it could be anything. What do I need to do to start a business right. Now? What do I need to do for a new job right now? What do I need to do in this moment? To cut out the distraction of everything else the BS the flies around everything outside of you is garbage what right now in the moment. Do you need all of those things move them out of the way and get moving on what you need to do. And so what that have a great week enjoy. Thanks for listening. Thank you so much for listening. Now do something for yourself Bellwether is much more than just the podcast join us at Bellwether hub.com where you can read riveting articles view upcoming events and conjecture other interesting people. I look forward to seeing you out there soon..

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"zoom" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

03:45 min | 9 months ago

"zoom" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Spent the week looking at zoom alternatives. . This was in response to what happened on Monday when Zoom went out for three and a half hours causing all those remote workers and all those students on their first day of school to start screaming what am I gonNa do what am I going to do? ? Well, , there are several alternatives out there I don't think any of them are is easy to use in as smooth as as zoom, , but if it ain't workin. . Let's look at some of the other ones Google meet Webex skype Microsoft teams, , facebook messenger rooms, , gotomeeting whereby discord and Gypsy. . Let's start with Google meat. . That's the most heavily advertised. . Google. . Is really pushing it hard. . It's kind of a bare bones, , but it works APP it'll do you find the features are not there in meat like are in zoom for the best feature though is this automatic transcription feature which sounds pretty cool until you ask Google if you could save the transcripts and they say, , no, you , can't nor can they translate? ? Google will one day get their act together. . Well, , that's from Cisco is the best all around alternative it was originally a APP, , the charge you money. . Now, , you can get a free version for. . Beatings up to an hour after that, , you have to start paying it has all the tools you want. . It's pretty simple to use. . So I really liked that one suggested check it out skype is the granddaddy. . It's the one that started all always been confusing hard get people to connect with you on skype unless they have the APP and you have the APP and they you have to approve them and it's like the fate facebook buddy system where you have to welcome them in. . Once they're welcome in it's great but <hes> the the the snag is connecting. . Microsoft teams is built for corporations for enterprises and <hes>. . If you work at a company everybody in the company has Microsoft teams and since notes back and forth to each other <hes> video is sort of an afterthought. . It works best if it's someone in your organization Facebook Messenger Rooms, , this is facebook's zoom killer I don't think. So . the idea is pretty good. . You can have a private conversation with as many people as you want to have it with. . But by fault that conversation goes to your news feed for everyone to see and everyone to join in, , you're going to have to tweak some stuff in there to get it. . To be private I'll skip that one goto meeting against solid. . It's free for up to three participants that may not be enough for you whereby is very interesting. . It's <hes> Norwegian company <hes>. . It's really best for one to one chats. . The free version will only let you chat with up to four people. . After that, , you'll have to pay ten dollars a month, , but overall I really liked it and sharing was really easy <hes> it's worth checking out discord is really aimed at gamers. . They would like other people to start using it they. . They say it's good for Yoga classes in school clubs, , but there's been a lot of heat of. . On on the service so I would I would use one of the other ones. . Finally Gypsy. . This is nerd paradise it's open source it's totally free. . But it's so nerdy that if you WANNA, , record your meeting they say great go to a live stream on youtube and then you can watch it there. . That's not for me <hes>. . I'll stick with zoom again the all around. Best . APP, , when it works and if it doesn't work, , I'm probably going for Webex.

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"zoom" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

P.S.A Podcast

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"zoom" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

"That's right okay. Lassen so this is what. I'm trying to Ray Okay so region out to every brain with the same generic message for partnership. What is that insulin? It is how are you reaching out so? Do Email Dana. No I think that's professional. I think it's legitimate depending on the details are I think it's legitimate. Washed this you keep the same email. Keep the same name of the original branch. Road Style L. A. Customize. Little Bit all right cool. So today's question challenges as you. Do you feel network is needed? So yes or no. How did you go about networking currently if you don't work? How do you plan on going about this so again? Y'All gave out the gift cards but last month. We got some new gift cards. Look into. Please respond to the question. The Challenge Story Tag me. He's back other products boulevard station so that you can qualify for. The drawing is a gift card. Like free stuff reviled restuffed to do something as beneficial for your mind. Okay your mind so I wanNA thank my guest for coming through today. Thank you for having the famous closing remarks. You won't be awfully you know. Just keep busy. Man He killing it. Thank you for having me on here. You can follow me at destiny. B. E. S. T. I N. I. E. Holiday Inn also hopefully holiday. You'll see connective for all your inspirational needs in other stuff so Holo however all right signing not always keep ahead of necker you are and making up making..

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"zoom" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

P.S.A Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"zoom" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

"Some sources that are saas versus. You shouldn't feel that people are resources. But I think that that's not true. Because even the definition says staff staff our peak Robots working everywhere. So do you think you? W think is negative refer as a person as a resource IDO. But now no not enough. I don't think so because you have something. That's beneficial resourceful now think that was a breach. Yeah yes object defying people. I guess like oh I guess some people only see them. That opportunity is only see them for like. Okay let's say if I was committed only for your Buck Donald identity you for everything else like are your talents or whatever. It's like okay. I'm just use the first podcast like Europe. Now you and I have had people do that like they'll be all you need to put me on gas and I know thankfully you don't listen. So why would i? So why would I run? You know so whatever so. We're moving onto scenarios whom are college students as always colleges the town network or at least learn. How if you don't know how because you never know who's GonNa blow up so s say you never know you might do short film or somebody in College in ten years later today. The next tile period eight net you just never know so. That's why it's like. Try Not to burn bridges. If you can't something just don't work out but still try not to just be slander number. No College at the time motions Jan. We'd and stuff and people might place them all twitter. Ega might ruin something but try not to apologize like you know. You just learned apologize that they get on apologizes exactly something. I didn't do what I can suggest as people to get some internships. I really didn't do that in college. I didn't have useful. We're at least you ask. It says that you know if you think interested in off the trial for whether they be only type organization a team what else anything running for election. Just something that you feel that. You're you know 'cause you again you just never know who knows who who's. GonNa be the last one most pornography which turning this year resumes good. Yes like no go nasty people we Mike. Did you try like what is this? You gotta say I'm just like I'm a data manager five. I'm a manager so higher student markets to for what we do communications and when I was see some of the resumes some light. What is this? What is this so blank? Did you try to customize your resume or that job please? They don't they don't get it. Send up a key fat. Ill separate you from everybody else. Right up your interviewing person. Send up a fog. Send a follow up email right after your interview in before interview if do send email like. Hey I look forward to meeting with you this huge because it shows that you re envy major there well like about this episode of even what you're saying is sometimes people get network because the pride they feel like all. I'm not going to nobody and I hate that because I just feel like you know. Even the old school way of getting a job is not is not because I know my mom and then I was soccer. Stop harassing people. Know in this day and age you have to. You can't arrest them. No issue wrassling us that we not go hire him. No all your different compared to how they used to get jobs. I do know because you get a hundred like literally of technology. I'm reading through one. Hundred emails muscle Again make sure your resumes. Poppy for that reason and a little bit of color depending on what type of job you have. But we're looking at a hundred resumes. I'M NOT GONNA be like saying the mets coming from a manager. Y'All all right so last thing doing his my favorite which is game time happened all right to gain this call network expert. Okay so I'm GonNa ask you questions. She let me know this person. Busy resonated person is a network expert or a gist enough assassinated so the forest MRIs networking with someone from your school. Who STAYED IN MISSING DRUM? Nabis okay collaborated with someone who you've never met before. But Mick the most social media so many technicalities that feel but I would say Expert Putting Your Business Cards all across the city everywhere you go you put in your car everywhere X. fat as Awesome. Okay okay exposing a business for fraud on social media. Because I had a bad deal..

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"zoom" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

P.S.A Podcast

10:19 min | 1 year ago

"zoom" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

"Salvo GOVERNMENT OFF ADVANCE Receipt wellness events in our just talked about in. I don't mind like be by myself being on a person because I'm gonNA make a friend or I'M GONNA make a connection but actually going. There was something that you're interested in. I don't just show up something that has nothing to do with what I'm trying to do wrong. Whenever I meet a person I'm just ask you got regularization. Whatever yeah I liked it so now. It's funny because the second was networking events interested Through the whole kind of Kobe thing. She said we've got virtual classes. That's going on now. We got some people teaching. You know people doing prayers. Virtually we got those teaching Mehta makeup glasses. Virtually you know. I'm sure somebody probably teaching you had a scam. Virtually I mean s network. I've gotta do it. You do that one somebody that I was called where ruined clue. Cool win with a year. Just put this in respond me how you learn this desk. Quick man quick. I learned to scam immediately. The people doing and who I never thought would do. People was like how in high demand this stuff? But you're doing it and there was somebody got they money. I was like cool. Whatever show not me so now because it's made it may as mental health awareness month and most people don't commit or correlate with mental health so if using was the eggs how do they correlate. What would you say? Oh that's a good way. I mean everything. You can handle phone mental health. I guess it depends more so in what avenue if network in contribute to mental health all. It's definitely as sure said Iraq so definitely. You're having people to help you. You support you. I can't tell you how inspired I get by seeing like you sing other people that I know when I see you guys going hard and posted content in knowing that is somebody that Michael can reach out to the market. Ask questions or just having that energy push you for it one so it also ties down to an awesome support system so yes you may be a connection like you may not be Matt. I immediately circle but I know a happy black and reach out for specific thing road. I can be like. Hey I'm doing class caste western tips. Should I do? Are I want you on their? What can I do that? removes so much stress intensity. Because you're not doing it by yourself me like you need people there with you to help you on this journey in. There's always something to learn income. Come in with an open mind willing to help is like what can I do for you? Also this of net you nee- you know that giving that give intake more so give us that definitely. Save just a support system. Every team Tomlin Them by themselves proud updating. That's something I was saying support system but me actually needs to Kinda Redo. My grandma and I need to follow a lot of people not on petty stuff. Adjust just allow because there's a lot of Probably posted a picture says Twenty Sixteen. Go through and remove all of them but I kinda agree with that Like I say several times. You can't do it all by yourself. Somebody who's kind of you know I guess you just delivered from All I need is me. You can't do it by yourself. So if he will say Oh and then I hate the One lady who was on. I need got nobody else. That's not true either. That's a lie so you're going to be an and I will be the only say my friends not necessarily because it could be somebody that bless you with something. I got the most blessed from people I barely knew with this whole process stuff so I just you know like like because I was just thinking about this para some weeks ago I was born in Long Island like I don't like that like you were never technically born alone. There was adopted Nurses there to make sure you know breathing watching over you. Invest like you said a complete strangers you have somebody then meet people there. They helped catch you in for different things. Our friends have connections for different things in my life. I know who to go to for what rotates valuable but yet you don't only need your friends 'cause you put a cap on your abilities. You say no Cap Ryan second okay. So according to four of their offensive that can help people network the right way so as start networking before is needed. It says season networker smell the stench of desparation from across the room. People can send someone is only out to help themselves so I liked that one. Because you can tell you know. It's kind of hard to tell but you can't deal with that Interview with Window the other lab a few Fridays ago about just the networking thing strategic partnerships and. That was also inspiration for this. Did you see that? Yeah so basically we were talking about that with somebody asks the question. How do you tell the difference between opportunistic? Somebody who's actually you know really can't tell but then I made the joke and I said well look if you have. You can give me something you can help me out and I know you opportunities because we go will be opportunity you seriously like. You really can't tell if they good at what they do is like a liar. They're really lie. You can't really tell the eventually after like it'll come out as people always shut himself so don't second guess yourself a second issue of that village is this forget your personal agendas why you may be tempted to Job Talk to people you normally wouldn't have access to. That's actually a mistake. It says it's making you're going to be open fairly honest in Ford connection between people who may be able to help other people so it's generosity isn't attractive quality okay. I agree with that figure out how useful you can be so without one right on how. How do to own say this? It's not always about you. See what you can do to help them. But maybe you can do software for them. Lives I all. I can help you with this now. Don't be going people stuff at say. Oh you need help with this. Let me help you with that. You know you can't do that so let me help you with tax and you know what I'm saying l. yell of videos treasure. Here's my car. Take this yet now. That's Rude Lebron. Be Willing to offer just a simple while. Does anything in the now. Whatever were in the last one says believe in the power of networking. I don't even have to description for that when we kinda already but you can know somebody said. It's like spill being cathy. I don't play with the witchcraft. But I do agree that you me. I give putting positive energy to my thing I said on this day I said so for people. That'd be like arm sending positive vibes. Do you just sprinkle your fingers at the I way. Haider's within sense spirit like your internal being like. I'm really hoping so you. It'd be people preying on your downfall on us you as the last prayer for your success. That's what it is something. You Good Energy on printing. Whatever it is that is that's for you happens for you right. So it says on the negative side of networking absolutely so. They're positive next everything we slip into perspective because there might be something that'd be live will on this. She say sound good book I didn't have. Abcd happened to me. When I tried to network by myself so for those who feel like you know there is no negative is negative. You probably can relate. It says some people turn into competition. Is this wasted time. Have I ever had a situation where I wasted time networking? Maybe I can't make nothing so clearly. If did it wasn't that important have you now. I can't really say that was wasted. And whatever it is at least you got the practice knows. Yeah that's I don't feel like nothing is wasted. And in the last one that says the resources that not all network Lisa successful business ships. It says that for every network contact that develop into a mutually beneficial transaction. There are many others that lead nowhere because of this the resource that are used a network include management employee hours computer equipment and telephone bills. So it says you need to determine the value of network. So I can't say I have network before with the honest attendants to network anytime into a free or turn into a situation where your yoga networking you got to be. Honest it and you know it just turned into something else. Yeah and so. What do you say to people who that just happens? Because what have you dig out to network and then not meet just saying one thing led to another Yada India's so now is like he was a good acid. Now things got weird. Yeah I'm trying to think if it was ever I haven't been in situations so 'cause I'm like really serious. Huge on respect. So Sorry. What's the question? The question is what do you say somebody in that situation? I mean business i. I'm like it depends on your most deep. It was but to me. Only personal experience At Din Daily Job Done because my purpose be here longer than you so I'll just kinda just don't do it no word. This is some network said that you shouldn't.

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"zoom" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

P.S.A Podcast

11:27 min | 1 year ago

"zoom" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

"Case or hit of Country. Cowboy is for more information so what shall net net net. Okay yeah welcome back week off are needed at. Everybody needed week off sometimes stuffing on. But it's okay 'cause I'm back and better than Iraq. So we back for episode. Fourteen fourteen is thirteenth fourteenth next week. Hopefully I caught up on some of the older ones. Because you know some five drip deathly drops of fire season but I just want to thank all the people that have been happening now tuning but the people who have lent their voices and luckily Got Another guest today but before we get into that. I need to introduce today's episode. So today's episode is titled Zoom Zoom Zoom. The main read always user resources. Sometimes those resources are other people. Inspiration comes from the infamous movie the Matrix. You know the one with the coach sending people running after them and they had two shades on in the leather jackets. And all that good stuff one. It's a Disney movie that I can't remember the name of was a song but I can't remember it was older one we make me. I guess then obviously the TV shows zone that we grew up all not presume introduced into now which the new one I hate which is whole platform. I hate it. I hate annoying. But thank God. We can turn cameras off. And then a comment somebody made by our Muslim Networking analogous all of this stuff. Which I actually love to do because I feel like it's just some good to do all right so finally after my long winded rant. I need my stage name who you are where you from. Hey I am destiny. Holiday of part of Which is a personal development company? Basically we just kind of bridge that gap for mental health stigmatize those beliefs in? I'm from Boma Texas of in Houston like six years crazy ten. Yeah just here because I'm happy there. Eight years I've been here long so we're here for this cruise after after five year. Hockey like okay. So when you hear the word resource will come by any means by any means to me. Resources like what do I have now? A flag resources is not really excess. Lie Excess supply. But it's like what do I have in this moment to get the job done? We were matrix what comes to mind. He honorees Matrix Yadi. I think the movie ochre was delve. Were in after like it was the head of his time a little bit way ahead of its time but I'm also like man you know. It originated with a black woman who wrote it. I didn't like that part hell. It was taking her but other than that. I let it. May Laurence Fishburne killed. The like that movie soak anyway so we. We don't touch on now little bit later too. So when you heard a worm network we'll come to mind me. It's connection don't even think a networking like it. Typical way but the opportunity in connection broker. And lastly when you hear the word expert will come to mind knowledge now. It's okay our I saw when defined of these words to find resources says stock supply of money materials staff or other assets that can be drawn on by person would Ordered a function effectively matrix as environmental material in with something develops a surrounding medium structure network. It says a group or system of connected people or things in expert is a person who has comprehensive authoritative knowledge of skill in a particular area. So you pretty much close. I felt like you know in with those words. It's never right or wrong. I just WanNa see where people here that we started. You know so then. According to invest the Pedia says is used by professional to expand. Their circle of acquaintances is to find out about job opportunities in feel increase. The awareness of news trains in their fields or in the greater world is said the term computer networking refers to linking people in multiple devices. They can readily share information in software resources. So that's about fool definitely like you said networking is about People Lincoln up. You know I know something you don't know I used the nose up in. I don't know maybe we can share information information. And it's that kind of thing so as far as networking goes do you consider yourself networker alice gala. Consider myself that but I don't even notice it. I don't even think of it like that because I don't go in with the intention of like okay. Let me meet as many people as a can't give them a name out there which is good the wrong with that but for me. It's all about connections attacked over everything because you can meet people but you don't really connect with me. How far is it? GonNa go now so and and I think that kind of goes to the topic of opportunities because it's Li- no these people who just one day cloud they do anything to get on and you know you can't network in a bad way you know. I've heard some people. Some of these girls trying to get industry who have opened up their mouths. Say Out do whatever it takes you to the top and everything that you know you think they mean so when you hear that I definitely can tell you not that type of person if you were was to say that you and not like an arrogant. Akaki WAY THEY WOULD. Just maybe the company maybe younger. I'd be like you know I I. I have to do this to get to the top. What would you say I like? You don't because from also the thing is your purpose you know that can only go so far in biggest thing is one respect respecting yourself in getting that respect from other people so you can move forward because you don't want your name my European on your work. Whatever it is to do. You don't want it to just go to waste like it can be real fickle as one hit wonders by somebody who really put a networking at time and build a strong fan. Base are strong support system. Mess what you want but I would tell you don't do that. Follow what it is that you're gifted at and push through. Make sure because you won't chance that you will love jam. Whatever it is that you're searching for that China do whatever it takes is only gonNA get yourself. I definitely agree our so with investigating some key takeaways. This says networking professionals to wideness circles. It says business owners make network to develop People companies that may do this within the future and he says that professional networking platform to provide on location for people to engage with other professionals. Join groups pose blogs share information so we're networking in which I'll be having which actually have not yet any check out. A website saw finally got my website. Dour so just expanding more ways to put my cellphone you know different platforms as far as the podcast. Does anything else that I've got you know. Put it make. It's aware people don't get tired of seeing your stuff. That's that's how I feel because people don't WanNa see eventually somebody might as well let me just check it out and I just feel like with that. You know like she said early development networks developing relationships is the main thing because so many people just get caught up in trying to get on. But it's like you know you can't work with everybody. I came but at the same time. You don't need to think that you better. Nobody either and I feel like sometimes people rely on bed. I'm above that. I'm better than that humble yourself. Okay so my question to the is is. Somebody was aren't working with this person because they you know you can work with everybody but then. I must say somebody might say what are you. Yeah what makes you think that you think for sure is true. You can't work with everybody but one is all about your heart. Where you at where you're coming from at that because it's okay to network with everybody because everybody don't Mesh you know you need to work with people who are in like in your lane but to act like you're above somebody a better you're missing out because you can have something from person again. Networking they're slipping that you have. The Ad may not have you have a different perspective. A different view that I can gain. You can learn something from every single person ever think. You're above cassettes Before Claude as by would take the series like you fall and keep falling. You go for holiday on who feel. I don't know why but I thought it at least a key on her first Song Issue. I keep on file initiative wall longer than their their their ruin. That's so just a few places you can network out you know uncovered Research for this but social media obviously social media. Please just landed deals with on. I'm telling some of these real and make some money okay because you can do that too now. I'm not saying you don't want US line because it'd be where they got married late in. Dm easily so you know it's okay to slide. I said it's okay the slide but I'm just saying sly annual so maybe the re people to network only one person that day. It's trying to get with you know what I'm saying. You have a plan to cause don't just be done just banned all the way. What do you want to work on and intentional? About what you there for exactly. I feel like if you follow me and I didn't follow you first. You get the same script. I think I said isn't it? Feel like hey thanks for following. Check this out because my mindset is would you follow me for? That's my you see my see. My stuff is about to age which I learned from a business market parts. I just So now my page. Kinda shifted to more my brand and me versus me and in a little bit of the brand so you see something does not private you know. 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"zoom" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

P.S.A Podcast

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"zoom" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

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"zoom" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"zoom" Discussed on TechStuff

"Company might not currently be pursuing any actions. That would be questionable. It's like they had the permission to do it in the future. The company has since revised its privacy policy in order to make things a little more transparent, but the concern was enough to get some folks in government, interested in learning more about zooms practices. You know kind of like how the US government got interested in facebook. The bad kind of interested. Zoom has some nanny features that people might find irritating such as an attention tracking feature. This alerts. The host of a meeting of has clicked away from the meeting session for more than thirty seconds, so if that little student was actually using her computer to do other stuff that her teacher might notice, even if it looks like the young lady is staring into the camera. She's really playing a game or or watching a video or something that end up giving the whole Gig away, and then there's some bombing zoom. Bombing also has made the news, and as the name suggests this describes the practice of an uninvited attendee or someone at a public zoom meeting. Essentially taking it over a being disruptive, making sure that the meeting can't actually continue as planned. Sharing Zoom meeting link publicly tends to be the main way that the uninvited find their way into a meeting which makes some sense and some features on Zoom. Make it way easier for people to really be disruptive. For example there is a joined before host option which allows guests to join into a meeting session before the host is actually started the meaning. That's not a great one to have on and you should. Should probably turn it off disabling the ability for anyone, but the host to screen share is a good idea. There have been stories about people who jumped into zoom meeting turned on screen sharing, because the host not enabled it just for themselves, and then shared incredibly offensive material into a public meeting. So that's a good one to check off. Another one is disabling the option that allows removed participants to rejoin. If that option is clicked on, and then if you boot someone, they can just bounce right back in, and then you're just constantly booting them so turning that option off is also important, and of course a host can choose to set up private meetings and not do a public meeting at all, and thus require every single participant to include a password and then. Then distribute that password in a way. That's more responsible, so people can't just join that meeting, Willy Nilly but that's not ideal for every situation, a lot of people to hold public meetings for various reasons, so it's not always a practical solution, but it is definitely one you want to use. If you are wanting to hold private meeting you don't want to. Switch that over the public and then invite this kind of mischief. One other vulnerability I do want to mention was covered in a medium post by David Wells this one was titled Remotely Hijackings Zoom Clients, and this goes back to the TCP and you DP stuff I mentioned earlier than said it was going to come back into play, so zoom uses TCP for important stuff like verifying hosts and things and bringing in commands and stuff. Remember TCP is the more methodical one, the more secure and reliable approach to sending data a uses UDP for streaming video and audio because UDPS fast, but the trade off is, it's not as reliable but. Wells found out that the zoom service doesn't necessarily discriminate between commands that were sent over UDP versus TCP. So while a TCP, command would have a verification that it came from a reliable source UDP command would not, and the service was interpreting both equally with equal importance, so a hacker who knows about this vulnerability could potentially hijack a zoom session by sending commands over UDP to hand over desktop control to the hacker and gets technical, and it's not the type of thing that the average user is going to do and more to the point zoom has since patched this vulnerability, so the whole thing is moot now anyway, but it wouldn't surprise me the now with zoom taking an even more prominent place in the wake of physical isolation that we're going to hear about other. Other exploits hopefully will hear about it from the good guys, and only after the vulnerabilities have been patched, and not as a result, a bad guys discovering it and taking advantage of them in the end Zuma's popular, because it's affordable, it's versatile and it performs its basic functions well. There are numerous concerns. Many of which I would argue are extremely valid about this service, so it's good to do your research and what the company does in response to all this scrutiny, will no doubt determine its future course I hope the decisions lead to greater transparency, better privacy protection, better security. That's what I want to see because I think it does have a lot of great use. But, it needs to be designed in such a way that people can't turn it to. Bad purposes or that the company itself can't exploited user information. Those are very important things that need to happen. Well that wraps up this episode of Tech Stuff. If you guys have things to suggest, then I highly recommend you do what these twitter users did. They reached out to me on twitter. You can also reach out to me on facebook. The handle for both of those is texts stuff. H. S. W., so send me ideas of what you'd like me to cover. In future episodes got a little list growing right now, but I'd always like more submissions and.

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"zoom" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"zoom" Discussed on TechStuff

"The previous policy, users would give zoom permission to collect user, Info, and potentially share it with third parties like advertisers, the privacy policy seemed to indicate that the data could even include stuff like the contents of meetings themselves a user data, but the content of user meetings, so not only would the typical information like your email address or your name. Get put on a market. Market potentially you could see more targeted data show up about your business or your interests perhaps even stuff that you know shouldn't be shared outside a specific group because of corporate security concerns when asked to comment Zoom Rep said the company was not selling any user data, but experts were wary because the policy as written was giving zoom an awful lot of permission to do stuff with that data going across its service, while the company might not currently be pursuing any actions. That would be questionable. It's like they had the permission to do it in the future. The company has since revised its privacy policy in order to make things a little more transparent, but the concern was enough to get some folks in government, interested in learning more about zooms practices. You know kind of like how the US government got interested in facebook. The bad kind of interested. Zoom has some nanny features that people might find irritating such as an attention tracking feature. This alerts. The host of a meeting of has clicked away from the meeting session for more than thirty seconds, so if that little student was actually using her computer to do other stuff that her teacher might notice, even if it looks like the young lady is staring into the camera. She's really playing a game or or watching a video or something that end up giving the whole Gig away, and then there's some bombing zoom. Bombing also has made the news, and as the name suggests this describes the practice of an uninvited attendee or someone at a public zoom meeting. Essentially taking it over a being disruptive, making sure that the meeting can't actually continue as planned. Sharing Zoom meeting link publicly tends to be the main way that the uninvited find their way into a meeting which makes some sense and some features on Zoom. Make it way easier for people to really be disruptive. For example there is a joined before host option which allows guests to join into a meeting session before the host is actually started the meaning. That's not a great one to have on and you should. Should probably turn it off disabling the ability for anyone, but the host to screen share is a good idea. There have been stories about people who jumped into zoom meeting turned on screen sharing, because the host not enabled it just for themselves, and then shared incredibly offensive material into a public meeting. So that's a good one to check off. Another one is disabling the option that allows removed participants to rejoin. If that option is clicked on, and then if you boot someone, they can just bounce right back in, and then you're just constantly booting them so turning that option off is also important, and of course a host can choose to set up private meetings and not do a public meeting at all, and thus require every single participant to include a password and then. Then distribute that password in a way. That's more responsible, so people can't just join that meeting, Willy Nilly but that's not ideal for every situation, a lot of people to hold public meetings for various reasons, so it's not always a practical solution, but it is definitely one you want to use. If you are wanting to hold private meeting you don't want to. Switch that over the public and then invite this kind of mischief. One other vulnerability I do want to mention was covered in a medium post by David Wells this one was titled Remotely Hijackings Zoom Clients, and this goes back to the TCP and you DP stuff I mentioned earlier than said it was going to come back into play, so zoom uses TCP for important stuff like verifying hosts and things and bringing in commands and stuff. Remember TCP is the more methodical one, the more secure and reliable approach to sending data a uses UDP for streaming video and audio because UDPS fast, but the trade off is, it's not as reliable but. Wells found out that the zoom service doesn't necessarily discriminate between commands that were sent over UDP versus TCP. So while a TCP, command would have a verification that it came from a reliable source UDP command would not, and the service was interpreting both equally with equal importance, so a hacker who knows about this vulnerability could potentially hijack a zoom session by sending commands over UDP to hand over desktop control to the hacker and gets technical, and it's not the type of thing that the average user is going to do and more to the point zoom has since patched this vulnerability, so the whole thing is moot now anyway, but it wouldn't surprise me the now with zoom taking an even more prominent place in the wake of physical isolation that we're going to hear about other. Other exploits hopefully will hear about it from the good guys, and only after the vulnerabilities have been patched, and not as a result, a bad guys discovering it and taking advantage of them in the end Zuma's popular, because it's affordable, it's versatile and it performs its basic functions well. There are numerous concerns. Many of which I would argue are extremely valid about this service, so it's good to do your research and what the company does in response to all this scrutiny, will no doubt determine its future course I hope the decisions lead to greater transparency, better privacy protection, better security. That's what I want to see because I think it does have a lot of great use. But, it needs to be designed in such a way that people can't turn it to. Bad purposes or that the company itself can't exploited user information. Those are very important things that need to happen. Well that wraps up this episode of Tech Stuff. If you guys have things to suggest, then I highly recommend you do what these twitter users did. They reached out to me on twitter. You can also reach out to me on facebook. The handle for both of those is texts stuff. H. S. W., so send me ideas of what you'd like me to cover. In future episodes got a little list growing right now, but I'd always like more submissions and.

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"zoom" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"zoom" Discussed on TechStuff

"Once the user grants permission, the APP can make use of those assets and typically the APP assumes permission continues for subsequent uses which in turn can be a little problematic, but that's neither here nor there. The zoom team developed APPS for windows based machines Lennox Machines Max android and IOS devices in addition zoom has a web based client, and that does not require users to download any sort of APP to their desktop or a computer. They could access it straight through the web. However, the feature set on the web client is a bit threadbare when compared to the APP. APP versions, and it's not even the same across all browsers, for example, if you're in the web client version of Zoom and you want to share video, you'd better not be using Internet explorer, because it doesn't have that capability, but let's be honest. You shouldn't be using Internet explorer anyway as that Browser is essentially obsolete and all versions apart from the latest one which. Which I believe is Internet explorer eleven no longer even receives support from Microsoft. If you wanted to share your computer screen with a group, then you'd best not be using safari as that browser lacks that function now I'm not going to go through every feature and call out each browser, but I will say according to Zoom itself the browser with the greatest compatibility with. With Zim features. Is Google Chrome and I'm not GonNa go through all the different features because this is an ad for zoom. Suffice it to say the APP versions give more options and when I come back, I'll talk about zooms revenue model, and then get into some of the problems that the company has run into recently, but first let's take.

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"zoom" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"zoom" Discussed on TechStuff

"Once the user grants permission, the APP can make use of those assets and typically the APP assumes permission continues for subsequent uses which in turn can be a little problematic, but that's neither here nor there. The zoom team developed APPS for windows based machines Lennox Machines Max android and IOS devices in addition zoom has a web based client, and that does not require users to download any sort of APP to their desktop or a computer. They could access it straight through the web. However, the feature set on the web client is a bit threadbare when compared to the APP. APP versions, and it's not even the same across all browsers, for example, if you're in the web client version of Zoom and you want to share video, you'd better not be using Internet explorer, because it doesn't have that capability, but let's be honest. You shouldn't be using Internet explorer anyway as that Browser is essentially obsolete and all versions apart from the latest one which. Which I believe is Internet explorer eleven no longer even receives support from Microsoft. If you wanted to share your computer screen with a group, then you'd best not be using safari as that browser lacks that function now I'm not going to go through every feature and call out each browser, but I will say according to Zoom itself the browser with the greatest compatibility with. With Zim features. Is Google Chrome and I'm not GonNa go through all the different features because this is an ad for zoom. Suffice it to say the APP versions give more options and when I come back, I'll talk about zooms revenue model, and then get into some of the problems that the company has run into recently, but first let's take.

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"zoom" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"zoom" Discussed on TechStuff

"Once the user grants permission, the APP can make use of those assets and typically the APP assumes permission continues for subsequent uses which in turn can be a little problematic, but that's neither here nor there. The zoom team developed APPS for windows based machines Lennox Machines Max android and IOS devices in addition zoom has a web based client, and that does not require users to download any sort of APP to their desktop or a computer. They could access it straight through the web. However, the feature set on the web client is a bit threadbare when compared to the APP. APP versions, and it's not even the same across all browsers, for example, if you're in the web client version of Zoom and you want to share video, you'd better not be using Internet explorer, because it doesn't have that capability, but let's be honest. You shouldn't be using Internet explorer anyway as that Browser is essentially obsolete and all versions apart from the latest one which. Which I believe is Internet explorer eleven no longer even receives support from Microsoft. If you wanted to share your computer screen with a group, then you'd best not be using safari as that browser lacks that function now I'm not going to go through every feature and call out each browser, but I will say according to Zoom itself the browser with the greatest compatibility with. With Zim features. Is Google Chrome and I'm not GonNa go through all the different features because this is an ad for zoom. Suffice it to say the APP versions give more options and when I come back, I'll talk about zooms revenue model, and then get into some of the problems that the company has run into recently, but first let's take.

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"zoom" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"zoom" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

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"zoom" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"zoom" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

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"zoom" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"zoom" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Try to have one rule in this house during corona virus. You have to change your clothes sometime before dinner. Okay you know I you know it's all right. I also wanted to tell you that I we're going back a week a week and a half. I really enjoyed the Horse. Column and And I called Dr Mutual Friend David Israel that day and I said that Sally Talk to you and he said only about thirty thousand words of emails. You gotta make me smile. It made me so happy that that you would have talked to David about that piece. Hey you know what you gave me. The best advice of any teacher Any any professor I ever had about this job. You said you're only as smart as the people you talk to and I've lived by that as a columnist and it came straight from Tony Kornheiser. I mean you know I'm I I can't dream things out of my own head. I have to go to smart people and ask them. What's the right thing to say here? Do you think about this. And then I let them kind of drive. What lands on the page in my voice but Israel's he's a yeah. I used to do that too. I never walked into a column without going to people that I considered smarter than I and say. What do you think about this? I mean I I was never a right at home person. I mean in those days you know pre Internet days but even now I wouldn't be right at home person as much as I would. Sort of reach out to somebody and say. Help me out with this this fuzzy thinking on my missing something here. I mean I grew up watching you do that in the newsroom. At the post like I'd come you remember. I would come hang out in your office. And you'd be on the phone with Jim Valvano you know or Or Larry Brown. I mean you know you had You had not only smart people you had people who were really in it doing it and I don't necessarily have as many of those people as you did but I'm trying to cultivate them but it matters you know it really. It Really Matters. It helps you You can be wrong a lot in this job. Obviously right You can end up looking like a real idiot but if you're talking to people who are on the court who are on the field and and you don't necessarily have to quote them verbatim but if they're just informing what you're writing. You have a better chance you raise your odds of of being a little smarter totally agree south. Thank you so very much. Stay healthy talk to you soon. Thank you my friend Tim treat. It's always a treat to talk to our teacher. You all you all. Don't get to talk to her. I do but you can read her to fabulous columnists and she was one hundred percent right on the Olympics. We will take a break If I can hear Michael Wilbon we will talk to Michael Wilbon when we return. And I'm Tony Kornheiser. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show and now it's the first of the live rhythm excited. Which one do we have? Are we GONNA do? Malcolm Gladwin this episode of the Tony Kornheiser show is brought to you by the new podcast. Go and see hosted by Malcolm. Glad well who I used to work with at the post who sally work with at the post who probably now wouldn't even talk to us by the team behind revisionist history go and see a six part series focused on Lexus in the philosophy of Gin Cheek and boot Sou- which means go and see for yourself an idea that stems the belief that if you experience something yourself if a better understanding of people and how to create something for them in the series. Lexus invites glad while the Japan to discover their unconventional thinking and processes firsthand find out. How a Japanese tea ceremony influence the engineering of a car window have the sound of an engine? Is tuned like a musical composition to elicit certain emotions how Understanding Samurai warriors is led to a suspension innovation. Gladwin learns that. No details.

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"zoom" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM

KEOM 88.5 FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"zoom" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM

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