9 Burst results for "Alex Krantz"

"alex krantz" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

07:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"alex krantz" Discussed on The Vergecast

"That nikolai is not here. He had to go deal with some stuff but don't worry he has family are okay but That means that we are without him. But we've got alex krantz here. Yes i am. The one five g. band you didn't know existed. We also have heinberg. Hello i will probably be ranting about. Uscca at some point in this podcast. It's not even on the docket. I will make it on the docket. You knew what you're getting into beyond usb see. We have a lot to talk about. Apple changed fifty app store policies We have a surface event and a windows eleven released to get through and Apparently we're gonna talk about some espn. But i as always Covert nineteen is still one of the biggest stories in the world We've got a few things that have been going on. There has been a bunch of drama over at read it. There was a bunch of sort of went dark and finally went and banned an anti vaccine called no new normal. I noticed that you typed. Iv into amazon it auto completed a whole bunch of ivermectin results. So you could go and buy horse gu. I was very angry about that. So i asked her comment about twelve hours later. They got back to me and they said they're gonna fix it actually haven't checked to see if they fixed it to day But what they're not fixing is if you land in one of those ivermectin pages to buy for veterinary reasons. There's no information boxes there if you search for it. There's no information boxes on the search results. You have to know the secret code you have to search for ivermectin for cova and then they will show you a link to the fda saying. Don't do it. that's how. I search it when i go to get my horse. St warmer also There's apparently a liquid oxygen shortage in certain areas for sex and also water utilities because so much needed for hospitals because That's happening again. There are lots of surges and hospitals are on the verge being overrun in lots of areas. we also have kids going back to school and there's mask mandates anti mask mandates and it's all a big mess and if people would just go get vaccinated. You have a party in october and wear mask. Yes and we're mask accented. Wear where mask just do the basics for just a little more so close. We really want to have this party that we're throwing in october You can still get tickets for that And we're still planning on doing it. So please vaccinated get the second backs wear a mask. Yes but i have no transition for this We're gonna talk about apple's app store policies sort of apple stuff in general because they also had this thing with state. Id's so let's start with the first thing so apple did like two things and there's a third thing about to happen related to the app store but let's start with the first one which was apple settled a hundred million dollar lawsuit time. Can you walk through. What was this lawsuit. And what was the settlement so apple there is a class action lawsuit from a variety of developers Who said that. The app store was monopoly. That apple was you know being unfair. It was an improper monopolization to the market. It was filed in twenty nineteen and apple is settled that wall street this week with one hundred million dollars settlement that includes clarifying. Some of its policy is about some rules on irs. They're making one hundred. Million dollar fund develop burs thirty million dollars of which is going to be used to pay lawyers. And if you're a smaller iowa's developer you'll you'll probably get some money out of this. They're also going to do things like not change. How app store works for minimum of. I think three years and they're going to keep the small business. The app store small business program which says that if you earn less than one million dollars a year you can apply to get fifteen percent cut your sales instead of thirty percent so that will stay unchanged for the next three years also in its current form which is if you make less than a million and you could do that the day that you go over and you know you make a million dollars once again. Subject to the thirty million a thirty percent cut so that's not changing in either direction And there will be more price points for apps so instead of selling app for like a dollar you'll be able to in theory sal for like a dollar fifty or a dollar eighty. There's like more than five hundred points coming right now. There's one hundred. So i see okay before we before we talk about is a good thing we should just talk about how this settlement got announced so a reportedly. They gave a some reporters a heads up that there was going to be announcement. This is the thing that all companies do apple included and then so everyone showed up to the call. Typically when you get on one of these calls like all right. Here's the announcement you're under bargo. You can't tell anybody we're gonna talk about it so you understand what's going on and then you'll have some amount of time which can vary honestly from minutes to hours two days before you write about this thing less often although it's not completely unprecedented you get on the call in the moment. You're on the call when the press release goes out. Those are my favorite. That is apparently what happened. We were not on this call and so it was a late night. Sort of mad scramble to understand. How big a deal this was. What the rule is what's changing. How much money it cetera et cetera. And i will admit that. I got snowed I tweeted that there. This was a big deal Specifically that apple said that they were going to let developers tell their customers that there are other ways to pay them outside of the app store to be just like people people you can pay for apps outside at the app store. There are other ways. But i love it there. Was this idea that like new. It's forbidden for knowledge was forbidden is actually even wilder. Because the thing that was forbidden is before if you have an app. I you have an app and customers sign up in that app and they give you that email address. The app store rules before like an checked boxing. I'm giving you my email address. You can contact me the extra roles before was if you used your app to get that contact information you could not use it to contact customers outside of the app and that was the big thing that they clarified was now you are so yeah and it doesn't feel like a win for me personally speaking. So that's the thing right But a lot of people saying it's not a change but it was like apple. Said it was a clarification. It is in fact a change a very tiny change but previously. If like if you got the email from the app you were not allowed to use email to email your customer and say hey if you wanna pay me directly you can and now they are allowed to send that email outside of the app to tell customers that there are other ways to subscribe to their service. This is not you know if you're just selling an app alternate way to pay. This is if you've got just a service. Like i dunno net flicks or joe's cool e-books dot com. Pretend.

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"alex krantz" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:03 min | 9 months ago

"alex krantz" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The gave away a ken griffey junior now. Yeah we gave away. The tops traded tender generic. Psa han really nice car right now. We've got a giveaway for patrick mahomes autographed jersey Free just fine Right there and a great opportunity where where we're kinda grow our Our base a little bit. Make sure to give the people what they want talking to. Michael rueben of auction of champions aachen of champions dot com. Look at a businessman. I'm not so. Tell me if i'm making a mistake you're not About five ten seven or eight nine ten years ago friend of mine just didn't want him his car so he gave me like five to ten thousand cards that were being eighty seven and ninety two. Okay baseball cars. I've gone through and take it out. What would i call of. Course they're taking up the hall of famers. But i've taken out like the joe carter's maybe the semi stars maybe hall of famers of the future. Is that a good investment right now. They're not worth a whole lot but years from now. If i'm still alive my my wife has a are gonna be worth a lot more. Let's say between eighty seven. Ninety two if carter becomes a hall of famer if some of these other guys who were close become a hall of famer. They're worth much more. So is it a good investment or my wasting my time Eighty seven hundred ninety. Two is is rough air. I remember alice's palm at the junk here and that that's see. I told you i wasn't a good business man folks talking to my oxygen. You've broken my heart. Right here across america and around the world auction champions auction of champions dot com. And there's so much talk. But what about air. Cards not saying a. r. a. r. folks. I'm talking e. r. or air cards. Tell us about some of the. The weird ones are the ones that are worth the most. I remember that my dad had old. La ram defensive. Back we'll sherman air card. They didn't have the right name or whatever that maybe they had to run a photograph. Tell us about air cards. Especially when everybody's racing put out a lot of cards may nineteen eighties. Found a lot of the the The famous ones the two most famous ones in my mind for both the nineteen eighty nine. You have Murphy and be reverse negative Upper deck card And half of the cars that they printed but they just had the the negative version of it so he's turns into a right handed batter bad last week. That oh my gosh all right. So we know something we haven't talked about. I very seldom talk about. Because i have Few of them. Although i used to subscribe at the hockey news for only thirty years. What about the gretzky cards. What's the most valuable wayne. Gretzky card is go up. Also as the mike trout did as the Five point two million mickey mantle nineteen fifty. Two card has has gretzky card. gone up in value. But gretzky how we just saw justice Bass couple of months than nineteen seventy nine Ott wayne gretzky rookie. Psa plan sold for over. A million dollars You never thought that a a part with gonna break at seven seven figure barrier but but a pass that and and when When the top of the mountain kinda hits that teague at lowe's on downfall the cards the that normal people that that we have we can actually avoid the When he's actually on the the king's instead of the oilers so their car and so the gretzky definitely great Great pick up at this point in about thirty seconds right now you mentioned the is not a car but you mentioned the patrick mahomes thing but just put it in the terms of cards that you're also having people bid on is it a good investment. I mean it seems to me to be one of the great investments of all time. If a mike trout card from only ten years ago can be worth three point. Nine million either are people were crazy or it's a great investment. It's a great investment. Right now you can look at the top of it right now but these are some great cars and people are making a lot of money on them We see card going up doubling tripling even more than that over a year and so there's a lot of money be in this in this field. Hey michael ruben. This has been fun. I do watch. Alex krantz on auction of champions dot com oxygen of champions dot com. You're the guy behind all the cards out there. You know as much as anybody. I've ever talked to so folks give auction of champions dot com a good looking. I think you will not be disappointed. And i certainly wasn't disappointed in this interview. You were fantastic. And alex.

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"alex krantz" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:03 min | 9 months ago

"alex krantz" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Hey welcome back. It's sports overnight. America you know what we are been here. So how many years right here on this network show heard by everybody serious to seventeen. Xm two three. All the radio stations across america including cats. Hp fourteen hundred in las vegas so a few weeks ago. We talked to Alex crayons auctions of champions and oxygen of champions dot kau. Now he's gotta get in front of all the people watching on youtube and facebook and trying to talk about all the collectibles that are being Bittered on on auctions of champions dot com and some of them are sports cards baseball cards football cards basketball cards. That's my life that was my life was a little kid. My dad did the same thing so I used to have a great collection. But of course is everybody tells you so true. I flipped him and there goes from ten to a two and we had a couple of water heater explosions. And then we of course we had a two kids who actually transport them and lied to me and said he lost a whole box of them. So i don't have what i had. However we got michael rubin right here. Oxygen champions dot com who knows more about cars. Almost anybody and michael welcome to the show feel much for having me gotta be a a working for oxygen of champions because certainly now i mean the industry is just going through the roof. You think it's the pandemic people are staying home exactly. Why would the five point. Two million dollars be paid for the mickey mantel. Fifty two cards at three point. Nine and the michael trot which is even crazier because it's ten years old. What's happening in the industry. Why is it going through the roof. But i think the pandemic had a lot to do with it you. You're sitting around at home your your plan on ebay and you don't have games to lots so if you're if you're wanting to To stay involved in sports cards where a really great way to get into it. And then when everybody started buying up and and paces started moving it. They've everybody else gonna realize how much excitement is in the scale that we've been known for quite a few years now you know last week Two weeks ago in the latest edition of sports collectors digest to cover says forgery. I know the folks at ochsner champions dot com doubles and triples in quadruple checks making sure. They aren't forgery. Because my story is a few years ago. I bought some cards and they told me they were real. I find out they were reprints but How do you guys check. How do you guys double check and make sure when guys bid on cards They're the real thing we We try our best to make sure that we're getting graded cards. And so we make sure that there is a a third party authenticator. Pretty great comes in and double. Check the corre but I've been looking at At cards my whole life. And so i'll go a warehouse and a if it's a car that you know has been on hasim copied quite a few times like that eighty six jordan. I've learned over the years some of the things to look for. If it's a if it's a photocopy of urban the real deal we've also been known to to send cards into third party authenticator. When when we've had questions about some of the cards kale let me ask you a question again. I've been involved in night as not never sold any I bought a few years ago. But i basically had my dad's collection the my collection i'd says indicated got about a third of what i used to have but my question is always been why would i. Let's say a top rookie card of any anybody can think about. Be worth more than. Let's say. a bowman of the fifties at air. Let's say i have a couple of jim. Brown's nineteen fifty-eight rookie cards. All right there tops. Now i guarantee you. I've looked at google so they're worth a lot. If i think eight or nine so i appreciate a lot of money but bowman of that same year. I'm sure put out a jim brown card. Why would that be worth less. Well there's a lot of factors They go into that I i is is always going to be the deal. Maintain fifty five And nineteen fifty five and a great example and the baseball out. I personally i've always liked the nineteen fifty five. That's the kind of looks like you're on. Tv yeah yes i have a few yes and that and the fifty five times for me i it's a it's a pretty straightforward land. Look but for whatever reason collectors have decided that bats the the look that they appreciate In the modern day To in baseball the to pinnacles are either that what we call the tops flagship and lake you've worked in and then when i was young bat that normal talks that that's the to have the rookie but now we've got the prospects and you want to have the bowman chrome prospect of those cards i appeal. It's tradition sometimes with the classics. It's how ease of the quality of the The card stock and the thing that it was on nineteen seventy-one pops for example with those black border. It was hard to get a car and good grades. So if you do have the thurman munson second year card in good shape it goes for a lot more money than the thurman munson rookie in good shape because if on that black border set condition condition condition. Houses are location location location. So it's not the number that were distributed. It's not the fact that maybe tops me. Ten million in bowman may five million. It's the look of the car. Well and scarcity is definitely part of it. But i think for a lot of collector it's going to be The luck you know what. What car do you wanna have displayed in an in your house card you want have up on your mantle You make a decision especially with those those all their cards. You might not be able to get that five point two million dollar mickey mantle. If you wanna get one mickey me which which is the prettiest looking one that you wanna have any bad drive A lot of collectors. I had the fifty seven. I don't have it now. That's the prettiest to me. What's the prettiest to you. go back. And forth between the fifty three and the that. Look the painting or the fifty six where he's jumping out in the crowd. Hey we're talking to michael rubin of auction of champions dot com oxygen of champions dot com folks uh youth. It's very simple to get an ox champions dot com. I managed together. And i'm going to computer radiate. Michael was very simple to Join in and look at alex krantz talking about all the articles all the collectibles that have people bidding on. How easy is it. yeah You go to auction champions dot com and There's the option to registered a bit. You put in your information and there you go you could start up and and seeing all the cards that we have for sale And start getting away. We've got right now One of the things. That's nice is no matter when you were a kid. What what team you follow. When you're a kid we got all those Those guys up there may not. I'm looking right now. We've got everybody from mattingly to glacier torres on our first page calorie rookie up there so few weeks ago. I think you guys gave away and then talking about for nothing folks. Free freeze good..

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"alex krantz" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"alex krantz" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Admitted he never even bothered to watch all the videos. He knew what he knew. And that was enough. What's so interesting about the coverage of Friday's venues was how much of it mentioned something called privilege, Alex Krantz, who's an editor Gizmodo, for example, wrote this from elementary school through college. I went to school was sheltered upper middle class, white, boys. You could devastate with a smirk. A facial gesture that weaponized their privilege infuriatingly. You can't fight that ethics Mark. With a punch or words. We saw that is Trump's smirked his way through the election. And we'll see it as that boy from Kentucky's friends family and school protect him. I f ING hate that smirk and says, I'm richer. I'm white and I'm. Guy. Let me let me. I want to the reason why I'm playing this is because I think Tucker Carlson did an amazing job of of of of time wining and explaining how the left will do anything they can to even destroy children. This is what they do. And they do it very well. They don't check facts because the kids had maga- hats. They were white. They were evil. They were Catholic. They were standing up for life. They go to a rich white kids school this screamed, white privilege it fit their narrative. And even after it comes out that they're wrong. Even after it comes out that this is absurd. Even after all of it happens. They don't apologize. They refused to apologize. Five three five nine seven three to five three five nine seven three two or even more on this coming up, it's event Ferguson show six hundred and ninety two point one FM. This report is sponsored by the Exergen temporal scanner thermometer. Our hands up don't forget that we do some sewer. We're going on. I believe this is the last week that this will happen. This is Mississippi boulevard between Danny Thomas and Lauderdale street so watch out for that. And we're still dealing with those two disabled vehicle first Sam Cooper boulevard near mendenhall..

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"alex krantz" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"alex krantz" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Right. Goalies dusty cracks with that racist garbage on look at his dirt. That's right. So I really happened on Friday. Well, you can watch for yourself and decide there's plenty of video out there of it. And some of it is fascinating and revealing, but we know for certain at this point is that our cultural leaders are in effect bigots, and they understand the reality on the basis of stereotypes when the facts don't conform to what they think they know they ignore the facts, they see this country, not as a group of people or citizens, but as a collection of groups, and some of those groups they are convinced are morally inferior to other groups. They know that's true. They say it out loud. And that believes shapes almost all of their perceptions of the world, it's prising. Then when he group of prolife Catholic kids, look like lacrosse players and live in Kentucky are accused of wrongdoing. Media don't polish for a moment before casting judgement. Maggie Haberman of the New York Times suggested the boys needed to be expelled from school, Anna Navarro of CNN called the boys racist and asks wipes, and then what after their teachers and their parents others called for violence. Against them legal analyst Bukhari sellers suggested one of the boys should be quote punched in the face. Former CNN contributor Raza Ascalon agreed on asked on Twitter. This have you ever seen a more punishable face than this kid's longtime contributor, Kathy Griffin seemed to encourage a mob to rise up and hurt these boys. Quote, name these kids. I want names. Shame them. If you think these efforts wouldn't docks you in a heartbeat. Think again, then she repeated her demand again later, quote names, please and stories from people who can identify them and vouch for their identity. Thank you. Hollywood film producer Jack Morris. He tweeted the he wanted the boys killed quote, mega kids. Go screaming. Hats I into the one Chipper? And then he paired that with a graphic photo actor Patton Oswald linked to personal information about one of the boys in case anyone wanted to get started on that project. Meanwhile, Twitter which claims to have a policy against encouraging violence by silently is all of this happened. But because you think the response was entirely from the left, you should know that the abuse was bipartisan, it wasn't just left versus right. It was the people in power attacking those below them. As a group, plenty of Republicans in Washington were happening to savage, the Covington kids, probably to inoculate themselves from charges of improper thought. Bill Kristol asked his Twitter followers to consider quote. The contrast between the calm dignity and quiet strength, and Mr. Phillips and the behavior of maga- brats who have absorbed the spirit of Trumpism. Then with the actual facts emerged crystal quietly deleted his tweet, you never apologized. Of course. He hasn't apologized for the Iraq war either. There's no need people keep giving money national review. Meanwhile, ran a story entitled the Covington students might as well as spit on the cross that story has since been pulled to but not before the author admitted he never even bothered to watch all the videos. He knew what he knew. And that was enough. What's so interesting about the coverage of Friday's videos was how much of it mentioned something called privilege Alves Krantz is an editor and Gizmodo, for example wrote this from elementary school through college. I went to school with sheltered upper middle class, white boys who could devastate with smirk. A facial gesture that weaponized their privilege infuriatingly. You can't fight that ethics Mark. With a punch or words. We saw that is Trump's worked his way through the election. And we'll see it as that boyfriend Kentucky's friends family and school protect him. I f ING hate that smart and says, I'm Richard I'm white and I'm. Guy. What's? So fascinating about all of these attacks is how inverted they are. These are high school kids from Kentucky to they really have more privileged than Alex Krantz from Gizmodo, probably not in fact, probably much less. They're far less privileged in fact, than virtually everyone who has called for them to be destroyed on the basis they have too much privilege. All right. So there you go. Yeah. SE cop actually did the right thing. Which is at the very least acknowledged what she did and apologize for it saying now that she's seen more of this. She wants she apologized to the kids. At the very least that's a standup saying to do, you know, you have to wonder what people like Bill Kristol or thinking, I'm looking through his feed, and I just. Just have to take responsibility. I mean, he's a fairly famous person. Yes. Not like someone with eight hundred followers that does something that no one. Even cares. What they say. This is someone that's, you know, well, he's not as famous as he thinks he has lost his publication. But you know, people are going to save it and follow it and put it back out there on social media, right? I mean, you can delete it. But it's not ever lost the other thing to Hillary. And I think it's so difficult is that every time something happens someone has to have an opinion right away. I mean, it has to be instantaneously. You even have a second to just breathe for moment. And maybe look at it and analyze it. And try to find some facts out before you just have this over the top explanation. Excuse take whatever you wanna call them. And that's where we're at right now. Right. So people are paid to have these takes right? So whether it's CNN MSNBC, Fox News, and I'll give CNN credit for this because Anderson Cooper last night. He he told the truth about what what I was reported. But then what actually the facts are gave him credit for that? Because you know, basically said, you know, the people that condemn this young man got it wrong. And that's what the case was an these kids lives could have been ruined total belt from school, and that's on their record, and they try to get into college and a couple years. And and I mean just to here. Death threats come on what Chipper would ship know. How idiotic is that? Yeah. Seriously, come on. Think before you tweet seriously. I mean, there should be a thirty second timeout button on Twitter that before you when you said that you got thirty seconds to say, maybe I shouldn't send that out. Right. Look, I'm as guilty as anyone else I've done this. I lost a friendship over an Email twelve years ago. I wish I had the opportunity to hold back a second. Because this is what we want. We all want to have these hot takes out there as quick as we can. Because we want to be brighter than the next person will be the first person with the hot taken in something like this takes a little bit more nuance. And this is going to turn into like, you know, obviously, it's is nowhere near as big an effect. But you know, it's going to be like what happened at daily plaza. November twenty second nineteen sixty three you're going to hear like, well, we've got this angle of what was happening and we've got angle from what was happening. I'm just waiting for all of us stone, come in and direct the movie. All right. Are we got Bill from Braintree on what's going on Bill? We just talk couple beings at you for that the school big. I those plenty of blame. But they weren't quite completely innocent either. I saw them doing that you know, that Tomahawk chop. Yeah. Yeah. That was the most respectful thing in the world. I mean, they weren't at a Braves game or anything, you know, I'm watching and maybe I missed it. But I'm watching it seems like I see somebody like pumping your fist in the air. But they at some point you do a chop. You're sure. Yup. I've seen I've seen several different angles. And the definitely don't it. But you know, I understand that they got too much heat in the very beginning. But you don't tell me this. I mean, there was standing me. All right. Yeah. Little bit. If you know what a fourteen fifteen year old kid a little disrespectful to an an elderly guy wasn't doing nothing. But beating the drums know what he's going to be in his face. But wait a minute. I think the idea was wasn't it that the guy at approached there? Why was standing in his face? The elderly gentleman approached him though. So oftentimes. Six. The majors finished. But would you have like a sixteen year old and someone who's in their late sixties that we all jump to conclusion that the sixteen year old screwed up and that the sixty year old plus person is right? And not only is there racial divide in this country countries. There's also a generational divide in this country. I mean, you you hear young people talk about that. You know, we're in the mess. We are because of these older people. So that's that's also true. And I think the kid probably just froze to I mean, he's sixteen. He's in a a weird situation might be question is from this is where exactly the chaperones where they encounter. Yeah. No. I just started with a little ATI stamina. And you know. He did around that that's going on and stuff. So it was a little uncomfortable. So really wise agree. But when you saw the when you when you did see like the other stuff that was going around and going on around it, you know, and they they were all jumping around like, you know, like fifteen year old morons like, you know, most fifteen year old show, but they're not. I mean, I don't I'm sorry. How now is it wrong to jump around? Like, they weren't hurting the guy they weren't first of all it might have even relieve some tension. I mean, you certainly heard the things that were being yelled at them and about them by some other group helped them. Thing. Well, but what I'm saying is you're mentioning them jumping around which I'm watching as as though it somehow racist stir mocking or something. But I think that maybe I don't know they didn't know what to do. And frankly, some steam off. No, I didn't see the nose to nose with those on the black guys. But they were standing there didn't walk up to them and start randomly doing something. And they didn't know whether this person was friend or foe. Or what this person was up to what the narrative the narrative of Ben if the native American men walked up to the black kids or black young adults and got in their face would have been totally. I think I think it would have definitely been a negative the black the black guys. Yeah. So I mean, that's what we're facing here. But I think the thing too is is is that other group is getting off scot-free because all people are talking about is taking the side of the native American man or the sixteen year old. Meanwhile, the ones that seem to have caused all these problems was the third group which just as kind of like going along doing what they did. And calling them on the carpet. They're the ones that seem to incite this more than anyone. But you know, what I'm I'm getting from this, especially like from Fox News, Laura Ingram, Hannity is that they're doing this thing about, you know, Christians under attack type thing, and because they were Catholic school boys are being singled out and stuff. I don't do. They think that was a little much, right? Yeah. I mean, the reason they were being attacked verbally. Was it had nothing to do with the, you know, the where they went to school because I don't think people, right? They were trying to play right? Well, he's got ain't gone. He was about the half. They didn't have that. So I'm right. And again when the president or not they support him, and that's their right?.

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"alex krantz" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"alex krantz" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"In addition to its an. Uber and Detroit hubs. It has offices in Austin, Texas, San Mateo, California, and London, and quote, as Twitter user startup m. n. Jackson who claims. Interestingly, to be the artist formerly known as start up l. Jackson tweeted, quote, Jackson's law, you can absolutely build a multibillion dollar start up in the upper mid west. It just can't be sexy like at all. Since he's been in the headlines so much recently. One more quick update on Facebook's departing chief security officer, Alex stamos stay. Most is officially now leaving Facebook on August seventeenth, and his new gig will be to become an adjunct professor at Stanford where he will also be part of a faculty working group called information warfare. The remote of which is to examine the role of security and technology and society. Interestingly, Facebook, apparently does not plan to name a successor to the chief security officer position on Twitter stamos wrote, quote, Silicon Valley faces, many challenges than I am encouraged that there are so many dedicated thoughtful and skilled people continuing to tackle these challenges at Facebook. I will miss everyone, but I look forward to collaborating with them in the future. Preliminary reviews of the surface go are in and they're a bit of a mixed bag over at and gadget defender. Hardware says that the surface go is the ideal cheap windows tablet. Almost. It's not quite an ipad killer, but it's still useful. Quote, I'll admit the surface go is full of compromises. It slow and it's limited by windows tens, slim tablet apps election, but it also has a keyboard that blows away any other tablet, and it can run normal windows software if necessary. It's not meant for everyone. But if you're in the niche, it's targeted at it could be the windows tablet. You've been waiting for and quote at the verge dealer bone says, it's better than he expected, but it does have its flaws quote after using the surface go for the past couple of days I realized I've been over thinking it the surface go is simply a very small surface with everything that entails. It's a little less. Powerful and probably not the right thing to be your only computer, but as a secondary machine for windows users, it could have a real place and quote at mash -able Raymond Wong is way more critical, giving it a three point, two, five stars out of five. He said the service go is painfully slow to us barely better than a net book quote. I've been struggling to figure out who Microsoft surface go is actually good for if you already own surface pro or any laptop y, would you buy a smaller tablet with huge Basil's that often chokes windows ten up due to its underpowered Intel Pentium processor? Why would you wanna type on a cramped a little keyboard, but then it hit me the answer's right in the name the surface go is good for when you're on the move. And that's really it. And quote, contrast that with Alex Krantz at Gizmodo who calls the surface, go practically perfect quote, if you have the money and you want a solid windows machine. That's primarily for browsing emailing and word processing the surface go, is it the device you need to by looking for a second computer? It's a no brainer. Splurge on this one. There might be faster budget, laptops, and there might be cheaper ones. But the surface go feels like a perfect representation of wet laptops at this price should be and quote. So I don't know. I have links to all the reviews and the show notes, I guess it's up to you to figure out who to believe. Tech main right home is sponsored by medal lab that alab is one of the few design agencies in the world that can take a product idea from end to end from napkin sketch to real shipped product. Let's look at medal apps work for Google. You've heard of amp, right? That framework that allows web content to load. Lightning-fast. Google came no medal app to create demos that showcased amps capabilities and showed developers what was possible with the technology. So meta lab created example sites, including four art.

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Microsoft Surface Go Review Roundup: A Mixed Bag

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04:21 min | 3 years ago

Microsoft Surface Go Review Roundup: A Mixed Bag

"In addition to its an. Uber and Detroit hubs. It has offices in Austin, Texas, San Mateo, California, and London, and quote, as Twitter user startup m. n. Jackson who claims. Interestingly, to be the artist formerly known as start up l. Jackson tweeted, quote, Jackson's law, you can absolutely build a multibillion dollar start up in the upper mid west. It just can't be sexy like at all. Since he's been in the headlines so much recently. One more quick update on Facebook's departing chief security officer, Alex stamos stay. Most is officially now leaving Facebook on August seventeenth, and his new gig will be to become an adjunct professor at Stanford where he will also be part of a faculty working group called information warfare. The remote of which is to examine the role of security and technology and society. Interestingly, Facebook, apparently does not plan to name a successor to the chief security officer position on Twitter stamos wrote, quote, Silicon Valley faces, many challenges than I am encouraged that there are so many dedicated thoughtful and skilled people continuing to tackle these challenges at Facebook. I will miss everyone, but I look forward to collaborating with them in the future. Preliminary reviews of the surface go are in and they're a bit of a mixed bag over at and gadget defender. Hardware says that the surface go is the ideal cheap windows tablet. Almost. It's not quite an ipad killer, but it's still useful. Quote, I'll admit the surface go is full of compromises. It slow and it's limited by windows tens, slim tablet apps election, but it also has a keyboard that blows away any other tablet, and it can run normal windows software if necessary. It's not meant for everyone. But if you're in the niche, it's targeted at it could be the windows tablet. You've been waiting for and quote at the verge dealer bone says, it's better than he expected, but it does have its flaws quote after using the surface go for the past couple of days I realized I've been over thinking it the surface go is simply a very small surface with everything that entails. It's a little less. Powerful and probably not the right thing to be your only computer, but as a secondary machine for windows users, it could have a real place and quote at mash -able Raymond Wong is way more critical, giving it a three point, two, five stars out of five. He said the service go is painfully slow to us barely better than a net book quote. I've been struggling to figure out who Microsoft surface go is actually good for if you already own surface pro or any laptop y, would you buy a smaller tablet with huge Basil's that often chokes windows ten up due to its underpowered Intel Pentium processor? Why would you wanna type on a cramped a little keyboard, but then it hit me the answer's right in the name the surface go is good for when you're on the move. And that's really it. And quote, contrast that with Alex Krantz at Gizmodo who calls the surface, go practically perfect quote, if you have the money and you want a solid windows machine. That's primarily for browsing emailing and word processing the surface go, is it the device you need to by looking for a second computer? It's a no brainer. Splurge on this one. There might be faster budget, laptops, and there might be cheaper ones. But the surface go feels like a perfect representation of wet laptops at this price should be and quote. So I don't know. I have links to all the reviews and the show notes, I guess it's up to you to figure out who to believe. Tech main right home is sponsored by medal lab that alab is one of the few design agencies in the world that can take a product idea from end to end from napkin sketch to real shipped product. Let's look at medal apps work for Google. You've heard of amp, right? That framework that allows web content to load. Lightning-fast. Google came no medal app to create demos that showcased amps capabilities and showed developers what was possible with the technology. So meta lab created example sites, including four art.

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The Surface Go reviews are in, and... they’re a bit all over the place

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04:21 min | 3 years ago

The Surface Go reviews are in, and... they’re a bit all over the place

"In addition to its an. Uber and Detroit hubs. It has offices in Austin, Texas, San Mateo, California, and London, and quote, as Twitter user startup m. n. Jackson who claims. Interestingly, to be the artist formerly known as start up l. Jackson tweeted, quote, Jackson's law, you can absolutely build a multibillion dollar start up in the upper mid west. It just can't be sexy like at all. Since he's been in the headlines so much recently. One more quick update on Facebook's departing chief security officer, Alex stamos stay. Most is officially now leaving Facebook on August seventeenth, and his new gig will be to become an adjunct professor at Stanford where he will also be part of a faculty working group called information warfare. The remote of which is to examine the role of security and technology and society. Interestingly, Facebook, apparently does not plan to name a successor to the chief security officer position on Twitter stamos wrote, quote, Silicon Valley faces, many challenges than I am encouraged that there are so many dedicated thoughtful and skilled people continuing to tackle these challenges at Facebook. I will miss everyone, but I look forward to collaborating with them in the future. Preliminary reviews of the surface go are in and they're a bit of a mixed bag over at and gadget defender. Hardware says that the surface go is the ideal cheap windows tablet. Almost. It's not quite an ipad killer, but it's still useful. Quote, I'll admit the surface go is full of compromises. It slow and it's limited by windows tens, slim tablet apps election, but it also has a keyboard that blows away any other tablet, and it can run normal windows software if necessary. It's not meant for everyone. But if you're in the niche, it's targeted at it could be the windows tablet. You've been waiting for and quote at the verge dealer bone says, it's better than he expected, but it does have its flaws quote after using the surface go for the past couple of days I realized I've been over thinking it the surface go is simply a very small surface with everything that entails. It's a little less. Powerful and probably not the right thing to be your only computer, but as a secondary machine for windows users, it could have a real place and quote at mash -able Raymond Wong is way more critical, giving it a three point, two, five stars out of five. He said the service go is painfully slow to us barely better than a net book quote. I've been struggling to figure out who Microsoft surface go is actually good for if you already own surface pro or any laptop y, would you buy a smaller tablet with huge Basil's that often chokes windows ten up due to its underpowered Intel Pentium processor? Why would you wanna type on a cramped a little keyboard, but then it hit me the answer's right in the name the surface go is good for when you're on the move. And that's really it. And quote, contrast that with Alex Krantz at Gizmodo who calls the surface, go practically perfect quote, if you have the money and you want a solid windows machine. That's primarily for browsing emailing and word processing the surface go, is it the device you need to by looking for a second computer? It's a no brainer. Splurge on this one. There might be faster budget, laptops, and there might be cheaper ones. But the surface go feels like a perfect representation of wet laptops at this price should be and quote. So I don't know. I have links to all the reviews and the show notes, I guess it's up to you to figure out who to believe. Tech main right home is sponsored by medal lab that alab is one of the few design agencies in the world that can take a product idea from end to end from napkin sketch to real shipped product. Let's look at medal apps work for Google. You've heard of amp, right? That framework that allows web content to load. Lightning-fast. Google came no medal app to create demos that showcased amps capabilities and showed developers what was possible with the technology. So meta lab created example sites, including four art.

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"alex krantz" Discussed on Rocket

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02:11 min | 3 years ago

"alex krantz" Discussed on Rocket

"I love it when things are messy in growth exactly and in the in the words of alex krantz from gizmodo a friend of the of the show she she had a speed a few weeks ago when she was looking at one of the betas and she's like my blogs or beautiful and how and it was it was a i guess like safari and what would her stuff look like she was looking at blogs or beautiful now that's all i can think about whenever i think of darkness is my blog full now and okay i'm i'm happy for your dark mon i hope you will i hope you will reciprocate that happiness because i'm ecstatic about stacks this is d i wanted i take about nine trillion screen shots sometimes it's like i can't believe this person just sent me this email like show it to my whole team i i have screen shots on screen shots i guess like i wanted just to stack somewhere okay we all you yeah why don't you just change the location of where your screen saved well i could do that but then still have health folder full of screen shots and she'll about it no call your shots and it lives inside your dropbox which lived resign i have older and it's a bad place i mean gary bad place at you're not wrong i have i've a screen shots folder from montana mash bullets like seven gigabytes i mean it's like you've got slack up right in somebody's like your like in you see that screen shot and you're like oh i've got to show this to chris and then you just drag it down because it's right there on your desktop you can do it i like that and then you archive the older screen shots in the yes cream shop folder this is i mean look i excited about stacks i just am not someone who has to be just because when i do instead because i'm insane as i said i have the the custom location set within i have a us default folder ex an apt called default folder x by saint clair software which is an amazing app and it would it does adds additional things to the feinerman you so that you can set a default saving place with if you're in inside a specific applications every time.

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