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06:53 min | 2 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"I'm going to press a georgia doing this show where he said. No i haven't text gives us up together but anyway this protects. Why should we attacked. I'm out here. East the phone which rings of phones all of them get the buzzing and the computer buzzing everything the laptop the ipad. We're all connected to the internet. Track out here. I guess they don't find me. Those burner phones it. I gotta go back. Leo in case something goes wrong. A case i'm doing this thing will last forever. What chart. I can live four months of this bad boy okay. I got no power here. These streets zombie apocalypse. You can actually go. I should point out. I could still track you on that phone. You know that. I just i look you're going to track a whoever's name i'm not gonna get the person's same name is no. I don't know this phone. yeah yeah. Different names But i wouldn't know the most important thing in my bag is that most support is not even technology. The most important thing i have zagreb's vacuum-sealed vacuums. 'cause that's be the money off the limb. It's not for me. I don't smoke but you know when somebody's willing to do for pakistan that's called prison economics exactly exactly when you out here and you ain't been smoking in two months and i pull out that back to card against their ego heroin. True isn't it you really do have don't you vacuum sealed but fresh every six months and then sold an repeating the process mark because they don't know second best thing i have is condoms because in the future. I'm not trying to make no extra babies and they're also uses like balloons. whip people. I'm telling you you gave me a great idea. You know what else people are going to really need in the future ice cubes. I'm gonna put ice co bag. Because i know that's gonna be worth big money. Hey is hugh's ideas just as good as you not incorporate everything. Okay i gotta talk to your account. I gotta get you straight out streets. What kind of cigarettes. You recommend menthol newports newport. That's the classic critical crossover started out on. You know they might have migrated enough home where they always to come back today. Favorites when they needed an out of desperation. I mean canada cigarettes or ammo. You know what. I'm saying. So i'm ready to go. Go go back is ready rocket. All right Lucifer rising. I think amatya hits the jerry and they come is a like gold lucifer's hammer and ask. Jerry loved his liquor miniatures. So that's probably why that's in there. I'm gonna guess. Jerry used to be on this show regulated you and we had larry niven on excellent big fan all right. There's some great writing from last night's turning point action rally in phoenix arizona. The former president of the united states calling for routers county as for whatever reason also refused to produce the network routers. We want the routers putting wendy. We gotta get those routers please. Routers come on. Kelly we can get does routers those routers. You know what it. We're so beyond the routers. There's so many fraudulent votes without the right. But if you got those routers what that will show. And they don't wanna give up the routers. They don't wanna get why they are fighting like hell. Why are these commissioners fighting. Not routers tell the truth. I'm thinking my tongue. He says routers in the thirty six second clip listen Who wants to be the first to tell them. There's no data centers gillis. No it around. I'm more angry. At whatever person said this to this man to allow him to say he says dumps all the time but somewhat had to tell him because he asked for the routers sir. That's that's what we're looking for because the someone said this to him. He has no idea what he's talking about. So what moron must federman. Wherever said i love you as a human being. You are the radio. Because i know you said this to him and his dummy mind and you send him out there to get stab repeatedly in the chest. Satellite a doofus magoo. That's why are you. I love you because he didn't come up with this zone okay. He's never touched a router in his life. Routers else no okay. You don't want to say a word and a sad sad again sad again. All you need is the logs you don't actual outweighed state the logs. Yeah but then plot say service we and that's what it is. Servers worked really well in two thousand sixteen. Remember lock her up servers services. So he's just it's a you know we'll say routers routers routers and another along. The bible belt implicit kentucky router as the internet goes the router rat mama. And i don't know what's going on with the routers but we gotta get into president. Said we need browner's they call them routers in the uk right. Yeah exactly. I listening to this guy saying h. o. Nine times but god sites called roots roeder was of course in australia ruder. Means something completely different so while yes but that's all right. Yeah they have dropped dead. Drop bazant and wade things I think that would be a fitting note to end this. I'm gonna go out and check our routers and see if i have anything on them Ladies and gentlemen. I hope you have enjoyed this thrilling gripping edition. I thought it would be more Lighthearted it turned out we. We covered some pretty serious stuff. I blame you interest time either. I well maybe that's it. Maybe it's the times he in thomson. He covers serious news in a very funny way at the registered dot. Com always love. We trust her. I love your take on everything. Anything you wanna plug anything. You're up to these days Actually i'm we. We've had a situation where women in My wife's office has tested.

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"akamai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

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08:48 min | 2 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"American. Calls a ton of metal down a freeway at seventy miles an hour. No one over here has any idea about start safe stopping distances. So you're crammed in there like the rest of it and now we're gonna put buggy software in there and say. Yeah that'll handle it. It's a recipe for disaster. Yeah this is a a youtube video. Where guys testing Fasd beta nine runs into bush's does its dirty tesla on youtube. It's actually kind of a terrifying video and a fire hazard a wheel. Lisi's worried about it. Well and that's a good point and i think tesla really does to a lot to try to encourage you to pay attention. They do you know. Warn you if your hands on on the wheel and they say. Put your hands on the wheel. And they'll turn it off if they're not on the wheel point out though that other companies like gm and ford are putting cameras in the car to watch to make sure that you are paying attention. Your eyes are on the road and they have capacity of sensors in there steering wheel so they they're a little bit more aware of of your interaction with tesla's fairly easy to every once in a while reach over the steering wheel. yes somebody. She gained a tesla by a white off. The inside of the one or the other. Yeah just to keep it going and we did a story about a year ago of Somebody recording a not-safe-for-work video in tesla with a couple of them. Making the beast with two backs in the car while on the road on your darwinism. Maybe this is a good time to do not reproduce if you are that person. I don't want my car staring at me cruel either and having people watch tv. While i drive either like we'll no peterson is watching. The car is looking for your eyes. It's not the person we'll see how much your car george. I'm definitely gonna be watching out speaker. Make enough to make a left. You go left georgia like we found my on my own. It's like what are you doing. I'm here you if anybody is going to be me. Thank you say now. How much of the house husband johnny. But if it doesn't if by. I have to be watching in my hands on the steering wheel if not really any use to be self driving anyways so really. Just put it out when it's actually able to do the things that we wanted to do because if not what are you doing anyways five to pay attention. Then i don't need to self drive marty hold onto it and having to do other things so i find it frustrating. Just all the way round car hassles atlanticist occurrence cruiser. Charlaine assistant i. I used that. I do too the highway. And it's like okay. Yeah but i you know. I never takes her hands off the wheel of the eyes off the road. Because i don't trust it. Yeah it start using the become complacent and start to trust. That's the problem is that there's so many tesla people on karl video asleep at the wheel. That's like a viral thing. That happens all the time. Like you're sleeping in your way it's bonkers. I mean they do. I mean when when you look at the technology is there to do certain things but people are overreacting to dislike. I couldn't watch it. Dvd or. I can read a book or the rest of it. It's just like driving. A heavy piece of metal at high speeds within feet of other people show some responsibility. And i'll tell you this. God blesses people. I've never had a relationship. But i trust as much as these people trusted. Tesla's okay saw. I'm envious and that kind of trust. I'm trying to get there one day. It's crazy you would. would you ever let your Your wife or girlfriend drive. I don't i really don't let anyone drive me anywhere. I always preferred drive when at all possible. I i don't let people cook me less. I'm paying for us. Usually i prefer to cook. We're gonna die. we're gonna die by my seasonings. I prefer to drive. Because i'm married to a jersey gill and when he gets angry on the road she gets really angry. So you know. She's like nice british com driving rather than jersey nanny. I'm curious though about this death by seasonings thing do you actually What what are you using cooking. I maybe come out and make some make breakfast after that sunday. Up all right so it's not a joke that my daughter goes on vacation with her mother and her family and she brings her own seasonings own last year. She made her food. And this year people are trying to use or season seasons. So that's good stuff by yourself. Share the secret. What is what are the something goodness a. Everyone's going to be sending you a message now. I'm glad text me on my number. If you wanna find out. I'll give you one secret of life. If you just want to have some flavor exploiting your face herbs of providence provost not providence. I grew up in providence. I i can't read you. Don't want the herbs of providence. This stuff on your chicken. You're gonna feel like you're you buy guard by by bottles. Yeah that's what. I wanted to buy a bottle herbs of preventer. Sometimes i made it myself twice but guess what. I don't have the time. I told you people. I'm busy but get yourself some lavender orange your chicken and lavender. Your whole life will change. See people can ask me for a cookbook. I'm gonna get on it because the people need me the spice boys what's in herbs book. Here's here's one by seasoning by seasoning agatha christie novel but my granny and i can never have no no but it's rosemary fennel seed dried savory time basil marjoram lavender flowers italian parsley oregano terra. Gone and bay powder if you don't know how to cook just thought on some chicken and when you taste it again you're gonna feel like an elegant individual born in the garden of eden. I'm telling you put it on chicken to pan. Go live your life comeback assuming it out the providence however have a different flavor there might be some rocks initial rocks cigarettes lobster. Show cam sticking anyway paul's montreal. You probably have a lot of good choices actually I'm on amazon and stuff. Yeah you know what my favorite seasoning is. You could buy at trader. Joe's it's a everything. Bagel seasoning comes in a jar. You know it's the stuff on everything bagels poppy seeds and sesame seeds and salt and garlic pattern onions. But it's in a bottle and you sprinkle anything makes everything tastes like an everything bagel pretty. I mean i'm with mom is on this one you can do mama roast potatoes ever okay. I have never close. oh i've tasted. It maintains i have both vegemite. And marmite the australian version of marmite vegemite s both are created from a byproduct of beer making brewer's yeast and they have a kind of yeasty salty flavor. I understand the key is a very thin layer on toast. they'd was thick. Yeah it has to be settled. So the kobe adamkus had a real problem because people still drinking bears. So there was a momma shortage and i had to go without for like two months until it found stuff. But yeah it's bruce yeast. It's vegetarian..

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"akamai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

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03:11 min | 2 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"They're assuming when they use a fasd other road users drivers pedestrians cyclists etc are unaware that they are in the presence of test vehicle and they have not consented to take on this risk It's a little scary tesla. Just asking to pay attention people. Pay attention isn't enough. The system needs to make sure people are engaged when the system is operational. It's the same kind of thinking though that the. Nfl group is shown with a government-sponsored malware. We just sell the tools we went responsible for how people use it. So tesla says out. It's it's technically not an auto pilot but you can use it that way. And then you know. People get snuffed professor at american university school public affairs who studies autonomous vehicles. Said that the full self-driving beta nine equipped tesla's in a vehicle. She has seen act almost like a drunk driver. Struggling this tape between lines meander new the left. It's beginning to the right. She says well it's right. Hand turns appear to be fairly solid. The left hand turns are almost wild. I can fix this. Easily tesla should be mandated to put neon-light strip under the front bumper and rear bumper. And when you're in this autopilot not autopilot. It shows a green light on the ground so that we know that you're not really driving your car right now so if i want to avoid you ask mommy. Yeah right now. I have to pay attention that you're not paying attention to your car. I'm just saying give. It gives me a fighting chance. Because otherwise i would no. I'm just saying this is funny. This is what you're saying the fiber thing. Yeah i just. I just wanna know to assist and driver. What do you do you pass. You get underway. You're right here. But i'm not here for so china green light on the ground. So i know that you a rookie mode. So i go on. Go do what. I gotta do a you know. It's always been the case. Tesla acts more like a software company. That car company and of course. This is traditional in software companies. You're released betas. Even some that are not fully cooked as we know But they but this is a little different. You taking people's safety in your hands here. We're already such bad drivers as it is. We're doing one hundred thousand other things that are not supposed to be doing while we're driving or too tired while we drive. We do it so often that we don't understand that. The driving is a huge risk to us and to especially in quebec pedestrians. So you know. I think that's the argument though. Is we're terrible drivers so anything even not the perfect thing would be better than us now. I mean i'm sorry. You're piloting a ton or half. I'm considering american. Calls a ton of metal down a freeway at seventy miles an hour. No one over here has any idea about start safe stopping distances. So you're crammed in there like the rest of it and now we're gonna put buggy software in there and say. Yeah that'll handle it. It's a recipe for disaster. Yeah this.

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06:44 min | 2 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Got deadly on april twenty-seventh last year A minor in britain who is not identified. Because he's a minor. Called law enforcement in bethpage claimed harrington killed a woman and setup booby-trap bombs at his home. So he was being swatted so cops rushed to his door Sparky grabbed a firearm. Because he he he thought they were trespassers when he realized there were there. Were police officers. Anyhow is home. dropped it. He went out of the house with a gun. His daughter said because he heard someone was on his property. He sees all these cops around him they ask. Are you mark carrying. Put your hands up. He tosses the gun away from show. He's not a threat puts his hands up and suffers a massive heart attack and dies a they killed him. I'm sorry they just. I was glad that he got the sentence that he did. Because this is just well sonderman. Who was a minor since turned. Eighteen was arrested immediately next month pled guilty in march to a federal charge of conspiracy five years in federal prison as he. He's gonna have to deal with this for the rest of their lives joke. We've had deaths like this before. Or maybe it's not federal. I'm just saying okay let me see. I don't want to go onto the nice prison. I won't going regular jail. Man they want county jail. I'm thinking it's a federal offense but I don't actually. I don't see that. So yeah the unfortunately the kid who made the call. It will never probably never be known because he was a minor. It's not the first time somebody's died from a swatting attack. It's a terrible thing to do it. you tousands seventeen. Some guy was even worse because they swatted the wrong address. And some some guy who comes out having no idea what's going on and shot straight through the chest swatting serious business and this is getting people killed. Don't get me started on american police procedures. But in this case it wasn't a shooting case it was a heart attack and even silent was just heartrending. when we got swatted. Some years we got some years ago. The petaluma police took it very did not take him very seriously. Couple of guys came over. They said swat it impacts a luma. Yeah our studio yeah. Poke everyone knows you there like really. Ab that. leo's going nuts for the. Yeah right got to drink me. Guy said i have shot. Everybody in the studio and plants planted bombs in the studio. I've heard the recording of the kid and The police couple of guys came over. Said you know we got this thing. Is everything okay here and We said yeah but they but you know what we evacuated the building. They got dogs And sniff the whole place. They took it seriously enough but they didn't threaten our lives. Thank goodness the problem isn't a lot of jurisdictions The police are highly militarized You know they've got they've got military weapons military gear and You know sometimes they can be very aggressive in in these trying to save lives. Obviously in this case they cost a life Life of somebody who who's pretty important to us to save my. My interactions with the police in this country are leave me a bit. You don't have great police say you don't have really good professional police. I mean. I never thought i'd miss british police. Put my goodness or at least a bit more professional about this lasko and about that one You know yeah nope nope get me. Ramped up i mean. There's there assist like everything else. The world is a beautiful crap place. I've met cops that. I would invite over for dinner. Had other conflict goes my face over some chips and on my way what are we doing what is going on so it you know is a mixed bag but the bag is two mixed in a bad direction right now so it is what it is That's why i live in a bat cave. and no one can find me and I use all my tax loopholes. There you gotta get on board. They got us are high. Now incorporate everything you own stuff which your name on ankle leah. Every sock should be bought by twit. Okay this is actually a problem because it at least in the us buying a buying anything buying a house as public record and people can easily find that information online. Homes aren't in my name is not name. I don't i don't own anything. My phone's not in my name. You gotta look at my driver's licenses and to my address i you know when the kochav looking for me. They're like where is this man. I'm like call one phone. I'll come to you. That's how i live my. We should maybe. Maybe we should mention that sparky hearing was critter of spark wear and quick mail q. W i k mail and as a final nets this up. I was well aware of that because it was a really. It was in a way the first news reader it let you log onto a billboard download everything then log off and you know. In my day i had one line and then i felt great. I got two lines and my billboard bulletin board but it's pretty hard to get in so if you've got in you wanna get everything and get off as quickly as you could and that's basically Why he created. He was harassed. I haven't even gone into all the things that they did to him. He was harassed nominee. He was he was a really good bloke eight he a great coda and to end like this is just haunt precare. Yeah sorry sparky But we we won't forget And i'm glad this son of a bitches jail elon. Musk has confirmed with a simple one word tweet. He's learning his. He's learning his lesson Couple of days ago. The word is no. Fred asked him any chance of a normal steering wheel future model s. and model x. Tesla's andy response is no what is he talking about. Well when the Model s. plaid came out. It came out with an option for a yoke steering wheel. Now there's a reason why there's a round steering wheel on your car because cars have a fourteen to one steering ratio us. Turn it a lot to get a little turn in the wheel and that's sensible. That's how we like it. That's why you learned when you learn how to drive the hand over hand turn and right fighter jets and.

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"akamai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

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08:44 min | 2 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Twit Did you get the sweet deal back or did did you have to start paying more money for i i again. I felt bad re asking for my deal backs on just paying for it. As i say loud i at least you make the attempt to. Hey brother i mean. I know you were tired of being the ceo to tell somebody you still love me. So if you're listening hoots we am on man. I think sweet it's a. It's a social media tool right. Yes yes so. You can just cross platform during from one hub or at one of the few remaining options you have. That are uber. Uber uber expensive. 'cause it's big business. It is lots of changes going on twitter. I'm wondering fact of twitter is going to start offering these kinds of solutions. They ought to. I don't understand why they're letting that Letting that go. We discussed this before. There's so many things twitter could be doing that. they just. they're almost like google anymore. They keep dabbling and doing things taking it away. Yeah like they have the tip service where people could studies patriots. I'm like that you could use it through twitter. Only certain people got it and nobody has it and they took it away. you know. now they're not going to be doing fleets anymore. Which i never did. Yeah they killed fleets. That was around a minute. A hot yet. Yeah so. I mean i guess i do like google right just throwing things at the wall and if it doesn't do really well they take it down quickly. They won't list. We played on thursday. We played with the new tweet deck. Which frankly. I don't like very much. Fortunately i don't think i have it still But there is a way to turn it on manually. I really like to do us tweet deck because it does have a minimal scheduling features. Oh i think i i do. Have the new tweet deck preview. Oh boy i used to use tweet deck. I used to love tweet tac. Yeah oh yeah. He's used crippled. It just allows them to do facebook in all that kind of stuff and other applications as well. I'm hoping that they're going to That this is a sign that they're they're going to kind of start putting money back into tweet. Deck this is the new tweet dick It's a preview and you could actually exit but they you have now a lot lot more capability to change the width of the columns. There's a new explorer column which is actually recommending a good recommendation for me. Hey here's a bunch of lennox stuff. That's just recommend exit. Knows me tweet twitter. You know me open source. So this is just a jew this interesting. These are columns. You can add see scheduled tweets. This is what you use but you wanna do it on all the social platforms. Yeah yeah that's cisco again i do. Stuff for other brands and companies like facebook pages and websites is just everything on one and they like that. So yes yes and i can see it. All won't place at worst. I'm not gonna give him a commercial. They charged me more money. Why am i. I don't even know if it works anymore. I was going on. Yeah service used to be amazing now. Now they're charging people money does that. How do you survive. Capitalism is evil. You know unless i'm getting a discount which case viva la capitalism Twitter says and this is kind of disappointing that they have a kind of surprisingly low two factor authentication adoption This really cussing what would what would okay. I won't show the number. The saying basically that. The number of people in the last six months who using to federal education has grown nine point one percent. Oh that's good right about the total number of people using it is two point. Three percent of uses google's google same problem. I was down on. Nick conference a couple of years ago. They were saying they've had to factual for years. Only ten percent of the people are using it and even then they used sims. Which is the worst possible way. Well that's another thing. Twitter said of the two point three percent of all users who used to factor eighty percent use. Sms percents authenticate app and only point five percents. That's point five percent of two point three percent so it's like me use hyun a couple of a couple of dates us or some sort of security. Which is clearly the best way to do it do you. Do you know why uncle i'll tell you. The general regular human being reason of why why i have two hundred thirty two twitter accounts and every other world when i saw something they tell me. Oh you got to update your ebay. You've gotta check your thing. I don't have time to to authenticate by saying okay. I've rushing troll factory. Fancy bear iheart. Mom's on i'm negro dominance like. Don't ask what. I do what i hear on. I'm just saying that. Mad g mail people open up fourteen g mail. Assist to give free stuff. I don't have time to second authenticate. And sometimes i forget what number of emails the backup. But i think you're a usual aren't you. I am but we're just lazy. America's twitter pushes people all the time. When one account is just too much i who am i. Come and get me okay. I'm not astronaut. Lock up my life. Okay from the people on twitter all right. I just need my stuff to work when i'm there. I don't have time will blinking. You're right we are kind of lazy to be able to do a lot of people. Don't even understand what to factor authentication. Is they think that now they're going to have to sign in twice gonna become more work but for me. I've already signed in. I'm like i'm not going back to reduce something even though it could be more secure. I don't really worry that they're going to be saying you know what i'm going to give you. I'm a double your bitcoins if you give me bit point coins. I don't think they're using my account to that in a life So i don't do it. I don't think that i have it on. I don't even know if i have it on. I check oh. I don't i don't i don't want anybody i. I go to very very concrete at demonstration of why should have all night a proud Rally in san francisco about three years ago like some on twitter basically pointing out these people were. i won't be polite but basically against and and then within an hour of posting that somebody had tried to use no password to get into facebook. How factual indication and blocked it we need to have multifactoral can open practically no sms. And i agree with you. Layer the key works. And it's the pain of the to carry around but says house k. Yeah i carried on my house keys. So i mean that's i always have it with me. I don't know i. I i mean i hear from too many people who've lost their accounts or you know. Well here's a here's an example of why you maybe don't want it to be to secure. Maybe you want the bad guys to steal your account because otherwise they might go to greater lengths. Shane sonderman best. Oh man all right. Well there's a guy named sparky sparky herring hero fido net. This guy was an absolute hero. He invented the format that made it possible. Uw taste infant. yeah I didn't realize that. So yes he is absolutely. I was a fight on assists up. He's absolutely it's a shameful thing. He had the twitter handle at tennessee. Which is it turns out A hot handle short handles are hot And i guess things like at tennessee Sh- kid shane sonderman. Wanted the username contacted a sparky He said no. You can't you can't have my name. So the kid hired or recruited a group of friends to harass him They sent him a bunch of unwanted pizzas And then things. Got deadly on april twenty-seventh last year A minor in britain who is not identified. Because he's a minor. Called law enforcement in bethpage.

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01:30 min | 2 months ago

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"Five dollars ninety. That's the normal price. I'm not regular people early adopter price and the worst part about it is like. I do a lot of stuff for other companies. I i make money off of it. Pays for itself but i felt so bad i literally was like i i must. I must texting message the owner and ask him. Why am i paying the regular. Do you not love me anymore. Did i. I'm sorry that our news. Cfo said we. Exactly all the influencers off. Somebody who came in there and kicked me. And i was like i've lived so long for so cheap i can't even i. I'm not the type of person to complain. Because i know i've been living off the cow but i was like dessert. Why that was. That was only ninety dollars. I'd be i'd be punching screens father round. That's a good one. Yes oh definitely father. Ted humane from ted. Sorry oh father. Ted is an absolute classic. Yeah yeah our show. I just thought i'd mention that. So check your bill are the public service announcement. I have to check too. Because i am. I've just checked. And they have taken the money out but how many that would have been a good story if they had our show today brought to you by worldwide technology and h. p. e. hewlett packard and a price w. w. t..

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08:26 min | 2 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Thank you for your support of this week in tech. This is personal. This is just personal. I'm gonna. I'm gonna say it's just me no one else care about this. Maybe georgia you listen to you. Listen to podcasts called call her daddy. You ever hear that. now. I haven't alex alex cross you ever hear her big news she has she was at barstool started. Podcast in two thousand eighteen. That was what three years ago. Right pretty much. I haven't moved from this chair since twenty two thousand five but she's three years she's been doing this. She's a big influence on instagram. Two point two million followers very well known. I think i asked you georgia. Because i think it's a female slanted pockets but i think it's also for eighteen to twenty five year old women. It's not for older women. I listened to it. I she just gotta deal with amazon. They stole her way from barstool. Sports one podcast a week. Twenty million dollars a year for three years twenty million dollars a year for three years. Wow now it is a spotify exclusive. And i guess it makes sense for spotify because you have to use the app. If they're selling ads they're going to be able to give the advertiser lot more information if they're if you're a subscriber they make money from you that way so maybe they think they're going to make that much i. Actually i thought wow. This must be amazing. Listen to it. It's very much like the old days of podcasts. Where it's a guy just talking or gal just talking and she's. She swears every third word. Worse than wanker. she's she's funny She's got a great personality. What i think in a way at first. I was like how come i get. I get that. But then i realized first of all for a lot of reasons but what she's done that i think is really great is not only not only good for podcasting. It's good for just the notion of a of a person a normal person talking into a microphone and connecting with the audience. She really does. It's really connect with the audience. It's very clear But it is a big news story because according to the wall street journal she signed a deal. It's bigger than pretty much any baseball player basketball player formula one driver hugh trauma to one nut. But let's face it most drivers really. I'm with listening to society. We had a great race on the car. The podcast they get paid for driving right. Yeah exactly joe. You know joe spotify spend a half billion dollars one hundred million to joe rogan now. Sixty million to her so she she again great for her. I never begrudge anybody making a bunch of money but he also had barstools to amplify voices. Like my is listening to that podcast. And the one time i heard it i was like what does that. Cause she listened to by guys. Go to sleep. I asked her about the show. She's i don't even know it's like listening to people talk and she usually listens to female podcast so they're just getting free views off her because she passes out after fifty minutes listening to it but she had a baked in ramp up help audience in that. Say she's not good or great or whatever but barstools is pretty large and voices hopefully is worth the money. They baiter because a lot of money to either way. Ghafur get that check. Cdc chat and by the way. I think the problem was that barstool. Did i think i remember that. Barcelo offered her a half million a year and she said no and she worked out her one year. Contract and then shopped herself. She's got a big hollywood agent. I think i see you're somebody like then. Obviously a worked. Spotify is really trying to own the podcast market. Yeah i need something to have value to give people so hopefully this is one more thing at like disney plus people saying oh why because they have to put out new context. I'm not going to hear watched one hundred one dalmatians from nine hundred eighty four forty two times a week. Okay you gotta give me low key in the bad batch something every week or every series to keep it going so i have something new to go back to because after you go watch the initial things in staff to you unless you have a kid watching frozen ninety two times a day. There's no value unless you're putting things on their sasso spotify trying to do they're trying to catch lightning in a bottle and put more shows and products on there to keep people coming in and wanting to pay subscription. Yeah the only thing. And i say good for podcasting is good for podcasting the sense it really shows. It's a it's a real business. But it's bad in a way for podcast makes it harder for non-aligned podcast Podcasters like me. Because it's hard to sell to advertisers. Who say yeah but with spotify we get all the information. They don't know that your daughter's asleep so i can tell them that they may even them. They daughters listening. They know who is listening. It's her yeah yeah i. It's it's one of those things you know. You just walk by your kid's room. And i'm specifically no that show because she does cuss a lot and house like mix usually has her headphones on. So who was it here. Cussing like you're gonna follow cusses every third word. She's like i listen to. Podcast is one of the things. I love to go to sleep. I usually listen to her cuss a lot. But i was trying to put it on the okay. I think young women lover and We're talking with with Stacey higginbotham about this said you know. It's empowering women it's good women should be able to get these big deals you know. It's not just the the per exactly. Yeah yeah so. I don't want this move. Though in the you know it was a big thing in the early nolte's and then just died Now you kept up with it. Leo but a lot of people that now it's coming back in but it's changed so i you know i i don't know i of course. After i heard this i started to question my choices. But i I think that i was so influenced by old media that i basically made twit kind of old media style. Tv slash radio network right And the shows are focused on content. And you know the hosts are ex have expertise and that kind of thing and there was at the same time we started in two thousand four. There were plenty of podcasts. That were just people talking. And you're right. A lot of those went by the wayside. But what was happening. I i think what has happened is that is the rise of celebrity podcasting and the rise of big companies. I think soon podcasting will be dominated by three companies iheartmedia the big radio broadcaster which is big into podcasting Spotify and apple which is already starting to make a play. The launched a spike cast subscription. Spot i say. Spot cast a podcast subscription Feature i think ultimately they're gonna start producing podcasts and they will even sign podcasters because it's a kind of content. Just you know why not. It's like apple. Tv plus apple podcasts. Plus your i feel like that's it's it's almost the professionalizing of podcasting way. It's the commercializing podcast. Tell tell lisa. I'm still waiting on twitter after dark. Widow dr yeah. Let me just i. I could talk for days thinking maybe we should have gone more toward personnel less towards content and more towards personalities. Right okay keep. Keep the hawaii trip money. Go and keep the gravy train going and just starts franklin some other things z. How it helps floats your boat. A rising tide lifts all ships uncle. That's not good to fan. Let's keep doing what we're doing. But it also shows how you know after the pandemic a lot of people want to have that company. They were loan. They were tried. And so podcast. Was that company while you did other things to keep your mind busy so that you wouldn't spin on stuff that's gonna make you feel really stressed out. And so. I think that a lot of podcasts. Got some really big push during that period of time. I have a lot of people that listen to podcasts. Before they go to sleep but also when they're doing everything else they're doing their taxes and stressing out. They wanna listen to something not watch something..

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"akamai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

07:52 min | 2 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"It's just like five or six for the house because they keep going missing and actually now i it's hidden. I have a set hidden. Because i know that somebody will come and get it and use it and not put it back. So it's actually. Don't tell anybody but if you ever at our house there's an fix. A token slid behind my printer in my office ever funny. I keep an allen key set hidden like that. Because you know when you're working on somebody's oh can i use that. And then i had never seen again missing alan chiesa hidden away. If somebody needs. I bring it to you. I stand there and watching it. I take it back. Because otherwise it'll be lumped up. I actually had a theory that i care. Go ahead the ikea's behind that because they've given up going viking these days and putting down new settlement. But they'll still your weekend with missing. Alan kay so before i Before i got my fountain fetish. Which i now is in full blown and it's depressing but I was big on the pilot g. to rolling writers. You ever try those no. They're really nice. They're really nice if you're better than a ballpoint pen it's like a ballpoint pen. Yeah but it's smooth disappear. Yeah my life. And i got one right on down nice script but i got all the colors everything but so i got a new theory if you super saturate the house with something that keeps disappearing eventually like readers like those little glasses if you get enough of them and and eventually everywhere you look. They'll be a g to pin or a pair of reading glasses. And so you'll never have to worry about it again. So now. that's what i do. I saturate the house with fix tool kits g. Two pens that kinda thing. I already bought us in there. This is exactly. This is because we are family. I have three boxes. I have three hundred of these pens and black. And i have forty eight yeah rainbow saturating house there in early. The raymond everywhere. I got the whole rim. I'm not going to get the twenty. The eight different ones bigger pack than that. There was a bigger pack. My mind's like twelve. I've three different colors. But i'm just saying that what you do uncle because you need it. I can't use another one now. These are these. I got one of these everywhere. Median fireman. That's my key. That's just come chrome come across a lot here but i mean because i've just written a couple of birthday cards some back to the uk but it occurred to me that this is probably the thing. I the first things. I've written in a month with a pen. you know the rest of. It's all keyboard these days. I know i. You know i have this fantasy that i'm gonna develop really good penmanship and use my beautiful fountain pens. I even by letter press card stock with my name on it and my address having this fantasy that someday i am going to write cards. Thank you notes. And i and i never. I still have everything that i i bought. I went out and bought fifty. There's still on amazon. You can still buy it I wanted a better penmanship. so amazon. had reproductions of these penmanship. Books from the turn of the last century. Oh they still sell them. It's called spencer syrian. Do you know spend syrian. Did you. What did you learn in school. You went to in the uk. They must have taught you good penmanship. Right up he's muted. You're sitting on the mute button sir. Yeah no we curse of a school. Cursing quite literally beaten. If you didn't get it right but remember the cursive. The that we were all taught. I don't think they teach. I hope they don't teach it anymore. But when i was taught was a modified spencer spencer has what like abraham lincoln would have written in these very florid. Let me see if i can find this. It was. I mean. Honestly my handwriting. These days is worse than the doctors. Say in design miso. My it's like a guerilla wrote it like riding knows. I have notes everywhere. I find them random about notebooks. I still like writing But look at this. Look at this. Wouldn't you like to be able to write like that. That was the penmanship love to but the amount of time that it would take these dogs. Starting time you know after about thing. I love to be as well trained in martial arts. Jackie chan but i don't feel like spending eight hours a day five years to be able to train it right like i just want still not gonna. I'm still waiting for the allows you to do it right. Like coca cola is in spence. Aaron ford the ford logo. That's unspent syrian. And i bought this these reproduction on amazon of these books with all the workbooks and i started. But yeah never you. Don't even sign checks anymore. I don't know why you know this is replaced at the palmer method. This is what you were taught in school. The pom method right. Yeah yeah it's ugly anyway just another fantasy now. The thing i'll never do. I can say up to forty years of of of pounding. A cable than my handwriting is awful very badly. That's why i wanted you know. That's that's why i wanted to like do it right. Learn it anyway. Leo right in the great novel a shopping list for apples and oranges at the grocery store writing full scold and seven years ago. We ran outta potato chips today. I shall sally forth. We all talk about diy and like oh. We really wish apple wouldn't make these phones with everything glued in and disposable but the question is will you buy a product that has screws in it is thicker is repairable. I wou i miss the days. When you get a phone that you could replace the battery for. I want to have a backup battery place where. I don't have to carry a battery brick. I have to carry battery bank with me. I wished i could swap out batteries or do a hard reset when your iphone freaks out on you you gotta let it die wait nine days prey to four people and then put an a steam room for two comeback orange. These wouldn't be as beautiful in thin and light and maybe it could be stuck on but not stuck on with something that you're never going to be able to get off without like some sort of heat gun. They could stick it on. It was still take it apart. This is not like they're doing it because that's the easiest way to do it. I did foolishly bags safe battery. That was what do you think of it. Leo koala backpack sticky. Yeah it's got a magnet in it and it goes right. I should have brought it. I have it at home. I go but it's ninety nine dollars. And here's the depressing thing it's made to fit on all iphone twelve so the mini all the way up to the pro max at. It's just a little award on the pro max. It fills up the size of the mini. But it doesn't have much juice in it so only charge the promex like halfway like you get fifty percent more battery life with sticky on like i shook the phone rang can shake it off. I'm not even work hard odd though you know what the on really nicely if you're going to buy the puck. You know the mag charger which is like thirty bucks This can also work as a puck. So you plug it in..

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"akamai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

08:16 min | 2 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Be the tortoise. Be the tortoise. That's right in the tortoise and the hair looks good but the tortoise wins. Be the tortoise. A slow i was so disappointed. I read this article in wired the ftc votes unanimously. To enforce right to repair. And i thought i started celebrating. Woohoo jaja The move follows an executive order issued last week by the white house urging the agency to secure consumers rights to fix their own gadgets. But then as i continue to read i found out the. Ftc really doesn't have a lot to do with any of this. It's nice it's good It's great that the government is behind this. Even though apple john deere and others have been fighting it state by state the ftc. Shoot a lengthy report. Last may the blasted manufacturers for restricting repairs. They voted five to nothing. To enforce the magnuson moss warranty act. Of course the new chair at the fcc is one of those people. President biden appointed. That is really anxious to prosecute big tech Point in the statement that the they've only taken one action on this in the last decade and that was someone who is also enrolling people for extended warranties. There's a big hill to climb between that an apple you know suing third-party repack shops and the rest of it. You know repaired absolutely needs to be done but the ftc's type moves a bit weeks. Also i feel yes is. This is what happens when you have lobbyists that lobby for you're right because apple puts on this huge front about we care about the economy. That's why we're not giving you headphones anymore. The packages slimmer way less. But you won't allow people want to make a living in a business to to recycle your phone and keep them alive longer still keeping an ecosystem as i did take iphones in the tournament. Androids very prolonged your product. But apple's real device thing is dropping on the ground breaking gorilla glass. Go buy a new one tomorrow and only we can refurbish it. And we really haven't salary i people. We pack them up and send them overseas when we get bundles. So is such a scam. Because they at that company specifically acts like they care about renews ing and renewal endicott and the environment. But they don't they just don't and company was apple apple invented entirely new screw heads just pissed anybody to get into the original mac so he created the torque. Screw thinking. Nobody would be able to get into it. Of course candidate estimated the The hacker mentality and you can get it. It's easy to get talks screwdriver. These days or a panel or whatever they're using kyle wiens testifying in front of the productivity commission Last week Brought up some really strong examples. His says We've seen manufacturers restrict cowan's the iovine fix it. I should mention one time sponsor actually off time sponsor on our shows but i love. I fix it. I've actually purchased their fix it kids. I bought a battery kit for my iphone my pixel x four excel which was battery. Swollen thirty nine bucks had a replacement battery. All the tools took it apart. Put a new battery it worked. I'm like wow. I'm pretty handy But i mean you gave me an i fix. It took it for christmas. Yeah exactly that saved my bacon a couple of months ago. He says my thinkpad was showing up a non detective battery and it was like toy. Send my main computer into. Ibm for two weeks or do i take the backoffice reset the battery and see how that works so of course. We need to repair the stuff. Yeah and i think kyle's even fairly conservative. He's not he's not even saying because his company sells re basically sells parts manuals and tools. That's their business so that you can fix your own stuff. He says. Look if something's gone out of warranty. We should at least be able to buy the parts to fix that right. He says we've seen manufacturers as a quote. We restrict our ability to buy parts. There's a german manufacturer of batteries called varda. They sell batteries to a wide variety of companies. Samsung happens to use these batteries in their galaxy ear buds. But when we go to varta and say we want to buy that batteries a repair part. They say no. Our contract with samsung will not allow us to sell that. He says apple is notorious for doing this with chips in their computers. There's a particular charging chip on the macbook pro. There's a standard version of the part. And then there's the quote apple version of the part that sits very slightly tweaked. But it's tweaked enough that it's only required to work in this computer and that company is again under contractual requirement with apple. It gets even worse. There was a company in california california based recycler that apple required to recycle spare parts that were still in new condition count. This is the quote. California apple stops providing service after seven years so this was a seven years at apple has warehouses full of spare parts never used brand new rather than selling them out on the marketplace. So like someone like me says kyle who eagerly would've bought them they were paying the recycler to destroy them now. Apple can say for safety. it's for quality. But if something's atta warranty by steph because it's seven years old and you have lots of old parts that you're never gonna use. Why wouldn't you sell them to i fix. So they can sell the monica's customers to fix their stuff. I don't understand it. I'm gonna have to buy more like it. Really fits to their bottom line right phone. You've got this over seven years nuts. Get a new phone exactly america. Would i love though. Is that the way that things change is that if the culture starts to shift towards that we believe we have the right to fix things than the the government will slowly shift because they want to be able to be re elected to. We're gonna make sure that people can fix things again if they can make money and they can do. This is slowly as possible through lobbying baked will and that's why lobbying really should not be allowed especially with the amounts of money that they're able to donate but we are starting to say you know what this is mine. I own it. Why would you stop me from being able to open it up and not be able to repair it. It's ridiculous and that wastefulness we're also start. It's starting to become distasteful before it was just throw everything out and get something new and now we're like oh wait. It doesn't just disappear into nowhere. It actually ends up somewhere that we're going to have to deal with it again like we're all on were stuck on this lump of rock floating through space. It's the only lump rock that we know of that. We can take care of. Maybe we should take better care. But so i got a flat tire. Yeah i'm just gonna throws away. Could i get a new car. I'm sure somebody give fixed. But there's apparently there's a wheel lock on it. I don't have the key for the will likely. Hey guys fix. let's let's also by the way. I got popcorn for the holidays. I did not get a tool kit every what that was a couple of years ago. We said you popcorn. Did we really. Yeah i got. I got a good popcorn. It was like one of those assorted with all fancy assorted of chocolates year. I always hope that with something. That's lacey north. Please comey's comey's so you know when owens on we bought a popcorn just so you know. Oh oh good stuff good. Good thank thank her for buying fancy popcorn next time. We'll send you a toolkit. That was that was like four or five years ago. i think he and right to go site. It's proved itself many times. I love that and education. 'cause you know like when you about site nausea tech support for all your friends but bought like out on the table and open it up..

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"akamai" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Partnered with a lot of other companies like that. You know, our approach here has been to try to be, um, pretty open and partnership oriented. You know, we're not going to build all the tools that businesses need in order to grow and sell online, But we build some really good ones. There are a lot of businesses can get can drive a lot of sales to our ad products. And if we can extend that by now, enabling Purchases and browsing directly. That would be great, but we're going to do that in partnership with a lot of companies. Uh, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg there, speaking at the Viva tech conference about the social networks e commerce plans, his comments came As the company introduced adds to its Instagram reels product to help businesses reach wider audiences. In other news bite dance, the company behind Tik talking about $22.1 billion operating loss last year. That compares to a profit operating profit of $684 million in 2019. This wing coming after the company issued more shares to employees ahead of a widely anticipated I P O. It also boosted spending to acquire users and support content creators. And a number of websites operated by financial institutions, Governments and airlines went down briefly Thursday in the second global Internet outage in as many weeks. Among those affected Hong Kong exchanges and clearing Number of Australian banks and Southwest airlines. Some of the outages were linked to a failure at Akamai Technologies. The issue recalled an hour long outage earlier this month, which was triggered by a software failure at the content delivery platform. Lastly, I'm coming up. 23 me debuts through a merger with his facts sponsored by Richard Branson. My conversation with 23 Me CEO and widgets. Key is next. This is Bloomberg. We used to take our freedom of movement for granted. Not anymore. It's not just the people who work for the airlines, and it's natural to feel grateful for the things that kept you going. Does America have a chance to lose our advantage? Can we get to her immunity fast enough, so that will be in good shape, But really, we were just doing our jobs. Oxford.

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"akamai" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

04:07 min | 3 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Now i'm a fan of financial technology stocks but i. I've always had trouble making people understand. Exactly why i am. I used to explain that as a small business owner. I find thin tech firms more valuable to me than regular bags. But i never had anything definitive and to yesterday when jamie diamond the esteem. Ceo of j. p. Morgan got a question about the fintech competition at a big morgan stanley conference. Now i do not want to put words in his mouth so let me just tell you what he said quote so if you look at like some of the things we i mean we got to be a little self critical here. We could have done. What square did and we didn't okay and quote for those of you who don't remember squares a fast growing payment technology play and they started making loans to the small business clients they use their transaction dated figure out who's a good bar diming continues and i quote and so if you were at my management meeting i tell them we could have done it and we didn't. We didn't have the imagination to do it. End wasn't about the technology square thought of it and jp. Morgan didn't later in the talk. He mentioned that his bank has legacy systems. That have hurt them when it comes rolling out new technology plus cape morgan. The fintech companies have quote. No capital requirements acquitted requirements social climbs. No insurance or climbs. Seek are acquires no resolution requirements and host of other regulatory. He uses. that are inescapable when you're running largest bank in the world when you consider the champion warriors got point two trillion dollars deposits. Maybe it's good thing. They're not doing anything unconventional. But i keep circling back to what jamie said quote. We didn't have the imagination and quite. Here's the thing if j. p. morgan couldn't dream up this kind of business. How come american express could member. Yesterday we talked the ceo. Steve steve's query and he gave us chapter and verse about how amex is coming after square. Thanks to the recent acquisition of cabbage. They've got a host of products that will be incredibly helpful to small business makes sense merge press has a long history of promoting small business. Now i'm not trying to be too critical here the best bank of the world. jp more. I hold jamie diamond and j. P. morgan in high esteem. They've been my banker for most of my adult life. And i can choose any bank one. I think it's terrific that he's willing to own up to his team is mistakes. All that said if you're running institution that tries to serve its clients. How the heck you failed. Offer something so simple and so delightful to your customers seem to me the real failure. Is that the big banks. Seem unable to grasp what matters to small businesses perhaps because these firms are all making fortunes working for us companies why take the risk of investing in small businesses that have a high propensity. You fail when there's bigger safer money to be made elsewhere in other words. I really don't see. This is a favor imagination. it's more of a somewhat in wants to liberal mission as a conservative banker in a world where the regulators might look askance at loans that are backed by receipts. Jp behavior is really actually much harder to fall but then again the customer is always right and the customer need these products if the big bags can't provide them. It's obvious the lose a lot of business to the more agile financial tech place when you look at the market capitalization of square one hundred and three billion dollars. Were pay pal. Three hundred nine hundred billion is this was a major missed opportunity and that really does go for the whole industry. It's only other big. Thanks jumped all over this. They almost shaved. More is merely the most honest about how it happened. So why do i love the fintechs. Because they're increasingly competing directly with the banks even as they're not regulated banks which gives them an enormous leg up an enormous advantage that the old brick and mortar guys may never be able to catch up to unless the government changes the rules. And i don't think that under this administration. We.

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"akamai" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

05:15 min | 3 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Of a lot more upside if everything works out and it's gonna take a little while. Just don't forget this thing will blow up in your face. If something goes wrong which point you need to turn on tune in and drop out. Money's backing coming up next money together. What are we got. Kramer is bringing the thunder and answering your burning questions in today's edition of the lightning round. And then the lightning round is over. Are you ready. Steve around chris. Incredible they can bug birthday calm. Receiver core with about ten percent after another bill replace. That was stimulus data about twenty percent. I put that was an overreaction. Because cystic fibrosis pipeline. And i think it's a good opportunity actually picked some vertex up harvey no one way harvey williams jim for all your show and your recommendations you're being a turtle beach we it's a terribly crowded beach. I like logitech headsets. You know by friends over wall street bets. And i mean that quite sincerely being the most jillian tear man north america they like corsair and i think corsairs logitech more and when. I say that. I sincerely liked them. Let's put a eric comas. Cons our a fold after a big run. Any lillies good re entry void. Hi sally. I will go in aggressively when i do my car school for actually plus dot com club members about why i think that now i am probably willie after what happened to biogen. I wouldn't go to brian in ohio. Bryant peacekeeper i be the peacekeeper in east is represented. I am good. How are you. I'm great thank you This boring and cheap stugotz traditionally known for seating systems and mechanical assembly but getting big into warehouse automation and rnd pushed the endemic transportation infrastructure. Play tell me what you think of commercial vehicle group ticker ryan you. You've got four sets. That is one good stock. I am with you. Call me a buyer stays the course curry. And that's my thought. Jackson not indian food but a person's name curry in minnesota curry jim Thanks for taking my call. Of course I thought and a hill goldman sachs over the last seven years several years and after hitting five year highs this year i started selling twenty. Twenty one I understand look back. But i still like golden given current prices. What would you consider of. Good re entry point. How would you calculate your wearing the exact same boat. We lead to stock. 'cause we had a double fracture lords for the club members and i think you want to let this thing go and maybe they announced trainings not as good city here. Today yesterday was g. p. morgenstern three fifties level. That i want to get back into three. Nick and i would do it. So can we go to coral in new jersey coral. W triple you and racing. You go ahead sock over inquired about the the the vaccine Manu coventry equipped with jersey friend. Who just stuck me badly. I do not know be. Iv also known as bbi backseat. We'll have come back to portray new york katrina kramer veep and i love your show. Oh thank you thank you very much. We wanted to know what your thoughts are on snapped. I i was quick to judge. Evan spiegel thought maybe he was to hollywood but it turns out now. He was on the right side of the tracks. Got it together. I welcome the show any time. And i think snaps a winner and that ledge of a lightning rahm is sponsored by td ameritrade claim. Your one he rose show every weeknight. Thank you so much for helping beginning. Investors like me when you talk about the market. I just believe that your spot all thank you so much. Every night we want you have learned and earned by.

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"akamai" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

05:25 min | 3 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Is wherever handful. So get excited about the job. Cohen won a handful publicly traded companies. That are study psychedelic drug use as a treatment for some very serious afflictions. Yep you heard me right psychedelics think. Lsd think magic mushrooms ecstasy mine believes these drugs can treat anxiety adhd and even addiction. Now if that sounds crazy to you believe me. I get the idea. People dropping acid and improve. their mental. health is tough to get your head around. But you know what the size of the stuff is surprisingly compel look at it like this. A few years ago ketamine was either a horse tranquilizer or special k club drug to patio your social circle. Now it's a popular treatment for depression. So wouldn't be surprised we see the same thing from some psychedelics. Right off the bat. Mine meds caught my attention however this is also an incredibly messy story. Maybe not surprising considering the business. They're in on the same day. Stephen asked him about the thing. Mind announce it is co founder and ceo was leaving the company at the same time. The stock ward was up twenty three percent last week on incredibly high in part because we just learned it. This things being added to the russell three thousand index in the past. Couple of days. My meds giving back a sizable trumping ganked. Although it's still up substantially where was trading a week and a half ago now before getting details. You need to know that. This is tiny company. That's insanely speculative stocks. Don't trade three bucks change because everything's great but as long as you treat it like speculation. Believe it or not. I'm actually willing to give mine dead. My blessing provided. You only buy with money that you are prepared to lose. What makes this thing so attractive that i would give my blessing like i said mine. Mine's trying to develop actual psychiatric medicines based all sorts of psychedelic control substances. Believe it or not my extended family has a long history of mental illness. I know shocker. Although we just finished celebrating national mental health months around the house and we've heard some encouraging things about the studies. One silo sided aka the magic ingredient in magic mushrooms. Okay that's definitely not endorsement. Because i never encourage anyone to break the law but there are a lot of psychopharmacologists who believe this to be. Legitimate and major depression is something that so many drug companies have tried and failed to do including some of the news today. My net in particular surprising number of early stage trials going on because they work with drug companies drug drug companies. The companies testing two different types of programs. They've gotten non hallucinogenic therapies like microdosing. Lsd as a treatment for adhd these plan to market as regular medications. The kind of thing you pick up from the pharmacy then there are the actual hallucinogenic treatments which needs to be administered by dr in person. They're testing large. Doses of lsd as a treatment for anxiety and also cluster headaches. Now i had not been to a lot of work with headaches. I do a lot of work as the spokesperson for migraine nation. None of them recommended me in my network. But you take. The doctor will be right with you again. I've not been able to prove this. And i've got a pretty good network right now. Mind mets partner with universities to discover potential treatments but they've also got three drug candidates and face corner phase two clinical trials. The most advanced is what they call project. Lucy think lucy in the sky with diamonds. Which is the lsd experience brings. -iety comey special. Wants to face to be trial in the fourth quarter. You throw anything this then this project. Layla hey sit which will mine. They got a cure soundtrack with layla. The company citing a derivative of ivo game which is a naturally occurring psychedelic treatment for diction especially opioid withdraw. Could we ever use that. The phase one trials incredibly early and sumi all goes well wants to launch a face to proof of concept trial earlier this year. Finally there's the lsd microdosing drug for adhd which. Go into phase two trials in europe sometime. The third quarter microdosing is when you take a teeny tiny amount of this stuff on a regular basis like a new medication. Put it all together. I actually think that mine made the company has a compelling okay. so that's that now. We gotta talk about mine ed. The stock often two different things in march of last year this thing started trading on an obscure canadian exchange. We don't like that maybe changing. The nasdaq get forgot opposite here. April late last year my mid surge from less than a dollar like that to five bucks and change. If the state of oregon legalized adele's something. That doesn't have anything to do with the actual business. Your oregon is quite four when it comes to. These was the real catalyst. Nope as i see it caught fire. Part of the speculative mania lifted the electric vehicle spock's expected bubble pop minded. Put back to three bucks and change it rebounded to four bucks in change in february the two oh five when the whole spectrum of that if this collapse in the spring then my med quickfire when the stock got up listed onto the nasdaq apl. Once it actually started trailing though it's sold part was shares now back to three dollars and change level. Well it's well off its high here now. It's not the most straightforward story. My mid recently acquired a digital business. The old ceo. Just let log regard that actions. More of a positive used to bring a new team with more experienced and drug development got a partnership with swiss startup develop next-generation psychedelic compounds. 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"akamai" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

07:59 min | 3 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Hot inflation over the highest taxed they tend to get higher. That's what happens to tech stocks. Inflation eats up so why because inflation erodes the value of their copious future. Look at toy in the cloud based communications platform helps us. Companies like nike. Like lift like netflix connect with their customers via text. Phone email video you name. It racking up a huge gain last your toil peaked in february and got slimmed this part of the nothing new at the company out of turbocharged growth names. Never mind the business good. No this is great. Sixty two percent since. William tumbled seven bucks today but i think this is the kind of stock that actually gets cheaper that goes lower plus the company's doing a lot of google global vaccine. Roll out earlier this month. We found out there. A key member of the kovacs initiative and by the way the committed ten million dollars to help get vaccines underrepresented group. Were what i want to know more about this. So let's take a close look. Jeff lawson the founder and chairman of tulio. Find out more about how they're helping them the vaccine front. And how business looks going. Forward mr lawson. Welcome back to med money as i dot jim all right. So jeff you a million different initiatives you can go to and you seem to do all such a charitable person and a charitable company. So why don't you tell me how you got involved in this vaccine initiative because to me this is what's gonna make people love our country for what we're doing so talk about this patriotic. At one of the things about being a technology platform is that we find ourselves used for all sorts of use cases that we may not have even ever imagined as vaccine. Rollouts happening your first year in the united states around the world. we saw. How could be used to help. Get people to the vaccine right. A lot has been said about. How do we get vaccines out to people have. Do you get people to that scene. How do you educate them that it safe. How do you coordinate the logistics. Just one shop at two shots and so we've been used throughout the united states. We work with california. We work with texas. We work with a bright estates here but we said this is not a us problem. This is a coble problem. How do we make sure there's equitable vaccine distribution around the world so we got involved in working with kovacs in terms of Helping with our ten million dollar grant to help them rocco's vaccines but our technology is also able to be used by organizations around the world who have the same problems that those had here united states you educate people and how do you get them out. We're looking forward to a art fulfilling our commitment which is to help one billion people around the world get started so far we've got about two hundred and fifty million people. We think it'll be a half a billion by this fall or excited with the the work that both our technology but also money can do to help with equitable vaccine distribution global. Okay so when. I got a when i was able to vaccines. Seems there's a terrific woman on our staff heather gains and she just kept going. We were just like checking checking checking the web checking checking every two seconds a refresh. That did not seem like tulio experience. No and you really want to do is find out bear. The vaccine is get notified when you're eligible get notified when a vaccine is available near you create that appointment all the text message reminder to show up and then reminder when it's time for your second child that's a proactive way that helps people actually get to where the vaccine is as opposed to going round web pages of him fresh constantly or well. Let's talk also about what you're doing commercially. Because there's something that you're doing. Everyone should read this paper. It's called the state of personalization. It's a really an unbelievable unbelievable document. That really. just kinda talk about where we are and you want tulio segment journeys which is really the may be may be the only way that people start buying things and i want you to talk about these takeaways. But particularly eighty five percent of business study by segment. bleed they were offering personalized experience. Only sixty percent of the consumer thought they were doing so we know the gap has to be closed twelve years closing the gap. You experienced that all the time we all do as consumer i've bought how many of these black shirts and the company keeps trying to market me. Women's hats right. Bush knows -ation is the story of how great companies are able to tailor the experience to each individual consumer and that's not just got segments men and women. It's like no you look at. What are the products off the past what. I browse the website that my car in the maybe throw away later. What do all those signals tell. Companies about how they can better serve and look they. Huge chuck companies are great at this facebook amazon. Google right they personalize everything based on what they think will interest you. Guess wife as we move into this digital economy every company needs to get his good at personalization as the tech giants are what segment and now segment. Journeys allows companies to do to personalized those engagements across every channel of communications and across every touch point that a company has with its customer. If every one of those touch points is smarter more relevant. Well guess what you build a better relationship with that customer because you're listening to them and you build more repeat business with that. I could not agree more. But your friend mark benny off. My voice disclosed that because he indeed is my friend. I an apartment on some foundation. We believe that trust is the most important thing brand trust so you mentioned facebook and i had to come right back and say wait a second. How privacy are they mutually exclusive every company. That's striving to understand. Their customers is trying to do that now. In a privacy eccentric way. And so. When i go to a website. I don't want them sharing my data. That is not what this is about. This is about companies using information. You've already given that company so they can serve you better and i think in many ways the changes in our expectations consumer privacy are making it harder for companies to figure out how to serve you because they can't go rely on things like face but they have to figure out themselves. Hey based on everything that we know about jeff the fact that he buys these black shirts like cell more relevant things him and not go out and buy data from other people this is about using the data. They already have to make them more attentive to make its. They're paying attention to customers. And that is what consumers do you. And i both want omni channel to be as powerful as possible. It's what target is done. Well obviously we've got amazon doing it. What give me some examples of what toyota's doing to make it so omni channel is not being overlooked. Well you know it's using the right channel for the right purpose right. You don't wanna call contact center anymore. You want a text with a contact center. You want to have that conversation on the go. You wanna pick the thread back up two days later when when you realize this thing's not working again if you're ever to support interaction rich. This is about using the right channel. Where the right purpose. And when you do that. You know we surveyed enterprise decision-makers. We found that ninety six percent of enterprise decision makers said they are going to excel maintain or accelerate their digital. Spend in the coming years. And they're going to add on average four new channels of ways to engage with their customers. And we we will look at about the modernisation of all these workflows the ways that we as consumers want to be talked to by companies. We don't have the same old things for twenty five years ago. We don't want to call contact center. We don't even want the standard email newsletter. Want things tailored to us delivered us on the channel that we already used. That's really the calmness of omni channel and having those conversations follow you from maybe a marketing message that you got to sales conversation. You're having to support interaction. Shouldn't those all just be connected so that when you talk to a company they know who you are. They know what you've bought in the past. They know what you like. And they're able to give you a really great experience. That's what we if we don't we're gonna go elsewhere. That's the way the world is. Geoff lawson fatter chairman of tulio and a philanthropist. Who's done great things including with help kitchen by the way restaurants that i was happy.

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"akamai" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:06 min | 3 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"That day. I wanted to pull over the side of the road. I ninety five and going nuts. And i can't figure out how i'm gonna get my guy to fix. It turns out that it was fastly. Now can you make it so that if someone changes their internet configuration. Everything else doesn't crash. Or why. If i change my internet configuration i wipe out everybody. If i'm using now of course you gotta do that now. It's not a surprise that this happened. Fastly has been very vocal that they push updates milliseconds. And when you do that you don't have time to check that it's okay. There's not some unintended consequence. And eventually when you keep doing that you're gonna blow up the platform. And i know because seventeen years ago the last time. We had a major outage. Mike that that happened to optimize in two thousand and four because back then we did push up dates within a second or milliseconds and we did get bit and it was bound to happen and it took us a lot of time and effort and investment to make sure that never happens again and in fact it hasn't over the last seventeen years and they're going to have to do that too in a and it will take a lot of time in investment and companies have to decide what vendors they wanna work with not only for reliability but for security. You look at solar winds for example. Because you know who you're working with will will largely determine if you're reliable and if you get hacked tom. I've been thinking because i started the on the web. I did the street and remember this. In nineteen ninety-five there is some degree of wisdom comes from experience. And i find. There's a lot of people younger than you. And i who come on and experience piece nothing you see because they got the best. The best means the at five five fifty. Jim cramer can't read the new york times. And as far as i'm concerned i'm gonna find out who did that. And i've got a special set of skills to annihilate him but aca my you been around and what i'm hearing from you is that you know ways to stop things that other people just haven't seen absolutely. I remember what it was like to go through that. I was apologizing for two years and we just decided as a company that will never happen again it. It took a lot of hard work a lot of innovation a lot of investment to bulletproof our platform. So it doesn't happen and the same with security. A huge amount of investment goes into the my platform to make sure that it stays secure so we can keep our customers secure experienced matters a ton you know. It's just like you know you're going for open heart surgery. You want to go to the doctor. That is the low cost provider and says that they'll get it done the fastest. Where do you wanna go to the doctor. That's got some experience in a great track record and the patients all come out. Well i know. Which way i i love ready clinics but as far as i'm concerned for open heart surgery bill advice. I like tom late. Co founder and ceo van.

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"akamai" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

04:04 min | 3 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Cdn that helps companies ensure their digital presence both fast and most importantly secure when the pandemic hit in any of the content delivery stocks caught fire like cloudflare which had nearly fivefold rally laughter but for sixty percent run from the lows through early september. Aca my struggled to gain traction and the last few months though this things take off to twenty five percent since early march. Aca my is a textbook senior growth stock. It's got ten percent revenue growth good but far from spectacular and reasonable valuation though roughly twenty one times earnings plus. It's over twenty years old. Thank heavens that feels more enticing. This market especially when one of their largest competitors had a major service allen's last week we got to ask about that so can this thing keep climbing. let's check in with doctor. Tom leighton the co founder. And ceo of aca my. Do you get a better sense of whereas companies headed delayed. Go back to money and it's nice to be with you all right so i find myself wanting to ask about the content delivery because of disney plus because of call of duty because of all the different apple because of every single. Ott but it's sink. Curated most intrigues. Because it's growing so fast and because it's in the news how can we make security be an even bigger of acrimony because it is growing so quickly that's very natural now. Thirty seven percent of our revenue in q one route. Twenty nine percent you ever year so we will become a bigger part of and that's because we have solutions that can really help defend enterprises. You've read the headlines. The ransomware attacks data theft attacks. It's a bad situation. And we take a different approach to security. that can stop those attacks bull. Let's go over that. what exactly are you doing. I mean everyone comes on the show. Frankly and claims they've got the solution. And yet i see solar winds. I clogged pipe. And i say well. Everybody has the solution then. Why isn't the problem fixed. Well the enterprises have to adopt a solution take colonial pipeline. There you have a situation where the credentials were stolen. In fact the whole set up of the way enterprises defend themselves is just not very secure. You know you think about the physical world with your office now just because somebody has a key to get into building doesn't mean that that key less them into every office every room every drawer and file tab that it would never do that. No but that pao enterprises are digitally securing themselves. Once you authenticate the firewall you get in and you can go everywhere and if you lose the key like they did that means anybody can come in and go anywhere and you get a disaster so that models got to change. You can't allow unfettered access and you've got to double check. Who has the key. That's coming in because maybe the key had been lost or stolen. Well look president buying cares about about cybersecurity. Why can't we have some czar. Says if this is what you're doing and you try to pay ransomware we're going to prosecute you under act. It was started under jimmy. Carter which doesn't let you pay ransom for a kidnapping. Well i think the government can really help in establishing guidelines to help enterprises understand what they gotta do so you got to adopt a model of zero trust to security. You can't just allow unfettered access. Once you're past the firewall you gotta do multi factor authentication really basic principles that there's many providers you know that can help supply that now including optimize as a leading provider of these kinds of services and the government can help set standards for that. That would help. okay. So i am an early riser. Today three minutes of like yesterday. And i like i've routine and my routine is that at five fifty every morning. I m y times okay. That's what i do. I mean i do. I still i mean like i'm so ridiculous i mean if i don't do it i'm very superstitious. I think something will. And i get one of these messages. Which says it doesn't come through. And i am having a hissy fit. I'm fortunate was being driven.

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"akamai" Discussed on Your Brain at Work

Your Brain at Work

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"akamai" Discussed on Your Brain at Work

"Every organisation's deion i- challenges in goals are unique. They vary by region by industry by maturity and dozens of other factors. The variables are innumerable. The complexities dizzying makes launching..