21 Burst results for "America Online"

Improving the Restaurant Industry with Voice Technology with Derrick Johnson, CEO of Encounter AI

Inside VOICE

07:26 min | 2 months ago

Improving the Restaurant Industry with Voice Technology with Derrick Johnson, CEO of Encounter AI

"Today my guess is Derek Johnson the founder of encounter a. I welcome Derek. Thanks for being here thanks Kurt. Thanks for having me now. You've been working in the tech space for a while now. Where did your interest in voice technology coming? Yes so I've always been technologies being exposed to computers barely early. You know. And so in brochure from uncle sweat computers on various electronics. And then you know Bacne Day. We had the service call America Online and so like every time you log onto the platform. You regretted with this verbiage. You have male riding so that forced me to understand the voice possible with computers our from a technical standpoint. It wasn't conversational. Aix Time but it did for shadow will be right and so you know today. We reached a tipping point. Where it's actually possible to deliver those faces. And so I wanted to explore a lot of ideas about adult time and now was the top. So and your company encounter. Ai Is voiced technology for the restaurant industry. And I WANNA I start off by saying congratulations to you on choosing niche and really trying to dominate in that area. Can you tell us about the idea for encounter a and how it came about and what it does definitely so from career perspective. I had stints. Companies like Disney Spent some time at censure innovation labs plus I had some experience as an owner investor for the restaurant brand freshly right in numerous other regional restaurants and so I saw first hand the needs of the industry scale ability in operational perspective and I wanted to blend my data science and artificial intelligence background kind of with my love and passion for the restaurant and right in a second. It's a personal journey. No unfortunately I lost both of my parents at an early age to chronic disease right and so I decided the best way to of Transform. Health was to start at the source and one of the facts. Most people don't know as you know anywhere between thirty five to forty percent of the. Us population consumes dry food. Right and so that was our mark. How do we transform health? Kinda one of the highest impact points from their developing solution that enables contact with ordering across restaurant drive-thrus. In store kiosks. You don't have to touch the screen as well as tabletop solutions that you see you know largest sit down brands like chilies etc right. So you know what the core our platform collaboratively helps ordering associates. Meaning that they get off meant and helping then route. The customer take the order and even accept payment right plus we have kind of what we call the consumer magic. Where if you a repeat customer you know we can do various things around offering you up different preferences when that's no seasonality intentionally. You have allergies that you always wanted to take each incineration you know. And so the goal is to just give the customer a ubiquitous kind of digital enhanced customer experience that they're used to you know in their homes on their phones etc agreements to real life route right and so that was why I started. Ray I and that's what we're doing today and your company venture backed startup. Why did you Hughes to go that route? And what was the process like for you in getting funding? Yes Oh for most businesses you know. Oftentimes they're tied to brick and mortar. They're tied to physical space right and so four. Assassins business such as ours. You know traditionally that's been the domain by friends and family of comes from those type of networks or venture capital right and so for us. We took the venture capital route because we wanted to move fast and we also wanted to see customer expectations right and so that meant that one from a capital perspective we needed it right within to having networks of individuals who built world class and coach changing products with the intent that they can help us right and so the process was that we apply for venture capital via concept called celebrate right and that's where essentially investors provide capital plus wraparound services to prepare a startup founders on kind of best practices of being one a startup company but then to complement their teams. Where appropriate such that they have the scale and velocity necessary to be success? And I love if you could share with us. The experience so far from a user perspective and a business perspective in using encounter a I if you can share with us any stats or stories. That'd be great. Yuck so when you look at the restaurant industry like you know you have your large companies that are billion dollar corporations. You have your smaller mom and pop diners and cafes writing. We wanted to ensure that we had a solution work for both in our early implementation. You know from a technical perspective. We saw thirty percent improvement on speed in near human level accuracy across regional accents dialects and slaying right. And what that meant is you know often exempt as we say as you know at Burger King for example you know. The proper name of their salads. Is the rapper sound right? I don't think anyone in the history of bordering has ever said that right and so is being able to take a technology apply it to different sectors and have an exprienced customers really want you know one restaurant owner in a college town. This restaurant was right off of the expressive writing. So what was that for breakfast? You know there was a peak in demand right for lunch a peak and demand right for dinner picking the man but throughout the day largely there wasn't enough volume for him to have more than a skeleton writers. So with our technology you know breaking in an augment that owning associates such one person but now seamlessly to restaurant drive rights and so that meant that gave the owner of fighting chance to eat doors open when he was looking to shutting down and furthermore allow customer associate in the store the feel like he or she also had help and transformed how our technology has been applied and also change a lot of as and you know when you were sending me some of the videos. Some of the information on your company you had talked about when you're using this kind of AI. For restaurants not only obviously that saving time it saving money for businesses as far as they don't need to hire as many people to help with this sort of thing but you also said that more people feel comfortable to talk to an Ai. Order something then they do a person which when sometimes they're ordering more than they would so that you're actually having the restaurant see a higher level of revenue coming correct and often times. Talk to you know without college. You know if you want a lot of food and you're talking to a person sometimes you have that emotional lens right. Where like you don't want to appear but generally gladness or you don't WanNa pay that you ordering more than you should be right talking to. A virtual assistant or conversational is assistant. You don't have that we'll see higher ticket sales but also you know coming up selling respective items that potentially liked the cheap potentially no aware of also right so for example for me. I love chocolate shakes strikes with that means you know bite though from brand to brand with our technology even though the ordering dissociate doesn't know and love chocolate shades potentially our grand solution does right and so we can offer. That upset me agnostic Brian across multiple brands and that often leads to higher ticketing box. That's amazing so you're saying you could go if somebody if there were multiple restaurants using your A. Let's say you went to local mom and pop shop. You went to Chili's you Ansa Burger King that. If they were all using your they would know that you as the user love chocolate shakes and be able to offer. Hey did you know we have this here if he wanted it? Absolutely that's amazing. I love that that is exactly how signal and a I should work so I think that's really great.

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Former Wall Street Analyst Goes All-in on Crypto w/ Lou Kerner

CRYPTO 101

09:24 min | 9 months ago

Former Wall Street Analyst Goes All-in on Crypto w/ Lou Kerner

"Give the one on one on Lou Kerner. Who are you in? How did you come? into the CRYPTO world. Sure will real quick The first part of my career was a Wall Street analysts last four years Goldman in sacks I then ran a couple in companies including the top level domain dot TV and the social network vote which was largest social network in the world before my space Angel invested for a number of years before starting a small DC in two thousand twelve. After a couple of years I became a Ortner at a firm called flight ventures We did about ten percent of everything on the list was a one of our deals And I I ran. The Israel Founders Syndicate for flight has invested in companies founded by Israelis wherever they live and that was awesome. And I saw the your yeah. I joked that I'd gone down. The crypto rapid whole long enough two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen That Wall Street Journal wrote a story on Bitcoin. Quoting voting me as wall. Street's Bitcoin expert but as I say you know I looked at the light look polite but I did not see it in June twenty ninth two thousand seventeen that I the crypto light in Crypto twenty four seven. Ever since that's really fascinating. So what are your ears on the ground back in the traditional finance world saying about crypto these. Today's is still being left out or are they treating it. I imagine like all the all your buddies over at your old trading desk or whatever They still laugh at it or they. They think it's a real thing what's their deal. I mean I think they're largely laughing at it. I think like most people. They don't understand it. I think it's really funny. That go there are obviously a lot of naysayers but not one of them ever points out. I mean there are a lot of negative things you can say about bitcoin. If you really understand bitcoin but the naysayers they say never say any of those things because they don't really understand it I think there was a more motivation for them to understand it when Bitcoin was twenty thousand. Now that it's eight thousand. They conceal they. They feel like they were right not suspended anytime one hundred percent I mean. What do you think come defy? We talk about defy lot decentralized finance and what's kind of your vision for how this is going to progress and you know there's one side of the the camp that maybe thinks that defy is going to you know in the next ten years re architect all the traditional financial structures that are currently apparently in place. Right where you're gonNA have no longer. You no middlemen and you know but for exchange brokers and all this stuff. It's going to be all peer to peer and encounter. The other camp is that there's just going to be an alternative system but the traditional structures will still be in place so just kind of interested just off the bat to hear what your your opinion would be sure. So I'm a big believer in Marez law. He was a professor at Stanford in the seventies when he coined it. No Maris law is the fact that the impact of all great technology crypto is overestimated in the short run into underestimated in the long run. So yeah people get really excited I did. And then when it's not huge overnight people say oh it's not a thing and I think to some degree that's where we are and you know I think whether it's five years Kenya's for twenty ears. The impact is technology's going to be far greater than anybody sex but I also think that that what it ends up feed is also different than what anybody thinks it's going going to be and generally things don't totally rebuilt new things generally don't totally replace old things. Mike is is that you know what you'll see is an emergence urgence of a new way of doing a new asset class similar to your forty years ago there weren't any junk bonds and then Michael Milkin created in every other bank on Wall Street said it was trash and garbage and they would never do it and now forty years later. It's the exact same thing for the exact same way traded the exact same places as everything else house and I believe. That's where CRYPTOS. So what can the average person do to change their financial fate today. I mean you know exactly how all the systems work is there any really simple things that the average consumer can really do to change their life without getting a brand new job or up ruining their house and moving short. Look I'm I'm a big believer in a lot of the very trite seines. Would pop says about get off zero a big believer that you know the ideas. Even if you don't I don't understand it The way to understand it is to start investigating start reading and start understanding what it is and the I believe in science sir something called Portfolio Science and it would tell you just by a little bit. You know every period of time whether it's every day week month on said state you cost cost average over time and you know depending on how you risk averse or risk seeking you. Are you know you should only put. A percentage edge of your assets. Encrypted shouldn't be one hundred percent in it I know Ansi pompilio talks about like half his assets speeding crypto. And that's that's a very very very aggressive. I think if you put ten percent of your assets in Crypto that's stats on on the high end. Would I would suggest most people give him the volatility and given the significant wrist. But I'm in Bitcoin because I think it's it's the world's most amazing asymmetric bet in other words. Of course you could lose one hundred percent of your bat but you know what other opportunities do. Most people have to get a Tan acts or twenty x one hundred x like you have the opportunity of doing with Bitcoin one hundred percent and I think a lot of us here probably listening you know maybe went a little overboard on that ten percent allocation uh-huh missing zero. Yeah and I get some people or twenty or thirty percent. Yoed all depends. I think where you are or in life. Yeah I've got three kids. I've got a lot of college paid for so you can't afford a ninety nine percent drawdown aids. Learn about not being able to go to college but I really thought big always going to be a thing to be like the worst father in America. I love it loo- Lou tell us a little bit more about this. A symmetry that you're talking about what is an asymmetric bet mean and are there any other examples in history. Look you know I think we all see. I was an equity analyst on Wall Street and one of the first lessons that I learned when I got there in nineteen ninety four was oh my God. The market is really efficient. And that's why in traditional finance. You what we've seen gene is a growth of ATS which enable people to get very diversified portfolios at very low cost and that has been the smartest way way for ninety nine point nine percent of investors to play the investing game whether it's inequities real estate or bonds is through. ETF's through minimizing the minds in the cost in getting diversified portfolio. But myself you know as an equity analyst my job was was to give investors. Good ideas yes and I really felt that if I came up with one really good idea where I saw something that other people didn't see if that happened once a year. That was a really good year. If I sign as metric bet in other words I saw that I thought that the upside was yoked significantly greater than the downside You know in you know given the risks involved also and so kind of my first asymmetric bet that I saw was American line. I was the first analyst large Investment Bank to pick up coverage of America Online in Nineteen Ninety six. And that's all right exactly and that you know that had over the subsequent for ears you know more than one hundred x On that it doesn't come along very often I think. Did you see something that other people don't because markets it's a really efficient. You know so now I feel like I come up with a good idea once every three or four years and so I my hope is is that creek. Does the last good idea that. Actually I'm going to execute on because I think this is the biggest thing in the history of humanity and I have absolutely no interest in moving over its any or sunny optics Holy Crap. I mean there's just so much to unpack in that that lasts two minutes. Where do I want to start? I guess the first question. I'll I'll just unpack pack. I WANNA talk about efficient versus inefficient markets. And I want to also talk about what it was that you saw in. AOL that made you so bullish and see. If there's anything anything similar any you know fly Hallmarks that are similar in a crypto. But I also WanNa talk about you know why you think Cryptos the biggest first thing in the world so there's three things there but let's just start with inefficient verse. Efficient markets unpack that for us. Cher look at the truth is is your information is your more available today been ever and your investment in these companies is based on the information so everybody has the same information. It's a question of what they do with it

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"america online" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

Spark from CBC Radio

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"america online" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

"This. Which is how do we ensure that the the information that is generated rated in in public domain paid for public infrastructure. How do we make sure that that information is accessible to everyone and that we sort of even the playing field. There's a layer of the smart city that i think should be maintained in the public interest and i think that that that source code that sits on top of all this stuff needs to be open source so when we're talking about that layer are we in some always thinking about it as the equivalent of like an operating system for computers and for things that work with those computers except it's kind of an operating system for the city absolutely <hes> an operating system system is a good analogy. I think another analogy that we've used to describe at some point for those view that that are old enough to remember the america online cds that used to come in the mail. You know there was a time before the internet that we know today where you had log into the internet in effect right you'd log into america online you had curated content and it's the b the butt of jokes at parties now <hes> but at the time that was sort of how he thought of the internet so i think the analogy of sort of you know walled garden of america online version of the internet versus what the internet became <hes> is a good analogy to sort of describe this moment where we we could end up in a world where that high level protocol data exchange is a monolith it's owned by one party or we could end up in a world where it's more like the internet where it's distributed and an standards based in and i mean my personal view is that that's a better a better outcome that we should be striving for so if it's not <hes> alphabet or cisco or i._b._m. That's building this layer. Who builds this open source for slayer. Yeah it's a great question. <hes> recently we were part of a consortium of companies and public sector actors that are gonna come together. It's we're we're calling it the open city network but it's this idea where you know we can. We can all sort of come together in a neutral neutral place neutral way to not for profit organization. <hes> <hes> conversation about you know what are the requirements of this. How do we make sure that we bring along the needs of the civil society of the public sector the private sector. How do we build a view of what this could look doc like to serve the needs of all the different actors you know and then and then you gotta actually at some point you've got to put fingers on keyboard and actually write software but by doing it in sort of a nonprofit vehicle goal <hes>. That's really going to work very hard to be neutral and nonpartisan. That's one model to try to bring this to life but no one of the things that i always say is like innovations messy and we usually have the luxury of doing innovation on a whiteboard behind the inequality closed door where we're allowed to make mistakes you know in this instance. We're trying to do innovation in the public great..

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"america online" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"america online" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Domain and equities end the premier marketplace allowing private investors to access proven startups. Head to equities N dot com slash twist now to get started for free and get your minimum I investment cut in half. What do we do this? What are we spend two days doing founder university bringing you some of the best speakers in the industry and try to help you grow your company when we have no equity in it. Well, yet yet is the key word. This is a way for us to get to know, sixty companies that we think have the potential to go onto our exceleron her, and our accelerators away for us to figure out if we found a company that we can put a million dollars into two or three over the next couple of years. And so that's worked out pretty well for us. So Dave Samuel is a good friend of mine. He has fun call for free style, and his partner, Josh. And he founded that company to do something very similar to what we do, which is support the heck out of early stage founders. And the other thing we have in common is we both sold the company to America Online, and we've both painted our nails. Cobalt blue. I'm sorry. One of us has cobalt blue Nells beautiful, where going to take pitches from folks for two minutes or two minutes, each three at a time, and then Dave, and I will give them our most candid feedback. And then we're going to rank each group three to one through the lens of investable, how investable are they not how much do we like the founder, not how good the pitches, although or driven foundries? Those things might be factors. We just want to be candid with you don't come up and pitch publicly. If you don't want candid feedback. Okay. Three to go. I was looking when I was the first one so we are in the vent events softer for events at company. So you want to be able to central place, where the host holiday events, solutions made for grading the events for this crash, you have plans like the hotel because the flights called the, the rooms make sure that everything.

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Forbes Releases Annual 'World's Richest People' List

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Forbes Releases Annual 'World's Richest People' List

"Dot com. Forbes is out with its list of billionaires in the DC area has added one to its club this year with his purchase of a twenty three million dollar home near the Obamas in northwest and plans to move part of his business empire to Arlington. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos becomes the richest man not only in America. But in DC the other dozen on the list include the heiress to the Mars, candy fortune. The owners of the Redskins wizards and caps the founder of America Online several major developers. And of course,

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"america online" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"america online" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"So to me, it's like when he came back in their clean cut off, and you could still job. But then, but then we she only wanted clean cut. She only wanted a rich, dude. But we realized that the dude that she was with like was not only poor was taking her out to eat. And they would watch people. That's a. That's a fuzzy wants. Because that was the funniest I love the movie is him say, even though I didn't like the fact that he had his hands over space. That bothered me. But then it was like it became even funnier 'cause the scene just kept going. There were more things that he. He said he was like, I know because basically he was like, I know you deserve better. Like, I know you deserve nicer clothes. I usually have to wear your Sunday best on Wednesday. I know that you shouldn't that when you go to a restaurant, you shouldn't have to just watch other people eat like here's the thing about it. Right. Because here's the here's the weird thing about the movie is like, yes, she wanted somebody with money this whole tires, but he was going you should get this. You shouldn't get what I'm giving. But it was like we need something in between. But we don't need like don't go out to eat in watts somebody while that's so. People eating the level of like the level of like. Oh, yeah. This is this is the this is where we're at to where this what you need is like no like both, dude. It was like just one just one a little something else. I know it's a comedy. It's almost like a sketch comedy. But like there's a part of me. That's like if you're gonna make this kind of thing. Then like explain why these characters haven't done this. It's not because there's a part of it. That's like I don't know what you're trying to say. Are you saying that like, maybe I know these words weren't like thrown around as much then? But like are you saying that systemic racism has entrapped these black men? So that they actually can't get ahead even though they're trying, but the, but the movie doesn't make it seem like that. And then getting they're just lazy bums. Yup. Just Tom like aren't track. Oh, they have a line. I mean, this is a joke, and it's a funny joke. But literally, she's like she's like she's like man, y'all got no jobs, and he's like, you know, we've been thinking about putting an applications for months. I was like why says you know, we've been thinking about putting it apple say the third seed. Gene of. So you're thinking about putting cases for months, and I was like that's a funny line of like these are trashed dudes. But then we're supposed to care about them at the end, right? Not only care about them. We're supposed to be like, hey, Halle Berry. You got somebody who loves you be with care. What did he do that shows lily at ended his movie when they had this whole, they get the money and stuff? The only reason these dues have a fleet of cars is because the women gave them money. Lizzy bad business. It's ninety seven talk about gut. Damn this is the other reason I thought it was ninety their business was pagers pages. Page us, pay whatever the page, brother. There was a fleet of cars. It was like limousine Caja car page of car like like page, the car, I'm like ninety seven bro cellphones do exist. And you know, pages are on the way out, and you're going to create a whole service based on pages. Low Kito low key hear me out America Online has started. But this plan if they would just talk to somebody who's a little smarter could have been a good plan. Okay. With this is is just Uber. It is is just Uber. They just did it wrong. Like, you're saying you're saying ninety seven out, but if they was up on it and had a ban. That's pay. Could've been they could've been could. Understood the internet. Yeah. They could have been over. They'll also. Salat and Sophie. The salon and soul food. I understand what the business the business. And it's at hair salon. What were the things? But it's a restaurant arrives. You get a flip. Was it? Oh, I don't remember their rhymes zoned out. But you know, a weave in. I don't know..

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"america online" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"america online" Discussed on TechStuff

"Steve case was born in Honolulu Hawaii in nineteen fifty eight Steve and his brother, Dan were entrepreneurial Lee minded, even at a young age their stories about him on his brother operating a little juice stand in Hawaii or selling greeting cards or seeds door to door as children Steve would attend Williams College in the late seventies and early eighties. He would graduate in nineteen Eighty-one with a degree in political science after graduation. Steve worked in the marketing department of Proctor and gamble. And he later went and worked for PepsiCo specifically working as a head of marketing over at Pizza Hut, or at least a an executive of marketing over at Pizza Hut. But after that his brother Dan introduced him to the founders of control video corporation over at CAS Steve landed a gig with control video. Corporation, which was doing something really interesting really interesting business model that would actually set the stage for America Online, many years later now another element. I need to mention before I get into what control video corporation was doing was a book that Steve case had read when he was a college student. He thinks it was sometime around nineteen seventy nine is a book that was written by a guy named Alvin Toffler. And it's called the third wave in that book Toffler describes a world in which computers would form a new communication platform. A new revolution. Attend a logical revolution akin to the industrial revolution and would allow for a new digitally oriented communities, essentially, he was talking about the sort of thing, we would see in various internet communities like forums and things like that case did not have an engineering background or a programming background. But he thought this idea was really compelling, and it would become an important part of his. Version once he joined this company. So we now know are major players which really comes down to Steve case, Jim Kimsey and Mark Saraf von Meister's important, but he was not part of the trio that would go on to found the company that becomes AOL. So what the heck did this control video corporation do? Well, I didn't know very much about this. When I started my research for this, which is funny to me because I've talked about Atari lot and their their business was deeply tied to Atari. And yet somehow I had never come across this. Or if I had I had forgotten about it control video corporation had created a product called game line for the Atari twenty six hundred. And again, I had never heard of this thing game line was a cartridge of very large misshapen cartridge. It didn't look like the video game cartridges you would typically get if you wanted to play a game of Pac. Man or pitfall, but you would plug this cartridge into Atari to a six hundred and it would extend far out of it because it was so big and it had a port in it in which you could plug a phone line and old hard lined phone connection to. So this cartridge was part modem and parts storage device. So you would plug it through the normal cartridge port. It also had a battery that you had to plug in. They had put a nine volt battery into this game line cartridge itself and then plug it into your phone line. And at that.

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"america online" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"america online" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Eight and listening to that Santa sound I'm wondering, Tracy jonky. Where is our Santa Claus rally? I'm seeing lumps of coal dancing around Wall Street. Everybody wants to know where Santa is a no sign of that. But watch out for bears because the NASDAQ got well, it was in bear market territory. A few times today another. Forty point losses. All it would take the NASDAQ did fall one hundred eight points. The Dow is down four hundred sixty four the s&p was down. Thirty nine Nike has invited controversy this year with its ad campaign, featuring Colin Kaepernick, and it hasn't hurt the company the ad was released in early September the corner that followed produced more sales growth in North America. For Nike the third straight month for third straight quarter of sales growth after a year long slump. I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Newsradio are Tracy. Do you have an Amazon echo to hear the latest news, traffic, and weather and business reports with Tracy you just say, hey, Alexa, please play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio family. Members of a murdered Everett woman who is trying to leave. An abusive husband are speaking out the onto versus Ilia Moderato finding the courage to share her memories and her thanks for the wave of support from the Everett community kiss. Three children campaign Amata inches. F B. On that note. I would just like to thank you. But thoughts imprint. And thank you for your patience and s you please respect. Privacy..

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"america online" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"america online" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Good. Right. Yeah. Okay. I've never never learned how to fold up a map. And I I don't think I'm gonna try now. Okay. America online. Now. You know, I started the computer section at America Online. Yeah. Years and years ago. Do you? Remember when everywhere everywhere you turn around that somebody put it in AOL disc. Ciro box. You went to store. It was everywhere that was really genius marketing right there because how they did that behind the scenes is that and I I can talk about it. Now, I'm sure I'm not under any more nondisclosure agreements. Is that we'll find out Tuesday. Exactly that with AOL is that if you gave a disc sometimes you'd make ten dollars at that person. If that person used your desk to sign up for a well, you just made ten bucks. We always got them from another place that doesn't exist anymore that was blockbuster video. So you're telling me when we got our fifteen hundred free hours of AOL's blockbuster was making money. Yes. And then they would make money every single month. I mean. Yeah. Yeah. It was really crazy for a while. I mean, this is like in the early nineties. I was I was banking like tag grennell month just on AOL. This just how are you getting them in people's hands? Just stand on a corner. Chucking them up people. You know that guy spending the signs. No, I was I would put him in like because I had the computer tutor videotapes. Okay. I put him in the video tapes. And then people would use them do one day. They just said we're not doing this anymore. We're not paying you for this anymore. Yeah. You know, what happened is that? So, you know, so I'm like I start the computer section. I got this whole AOL thing going on. Okay. And then they changed managers at the top. Right. And they actually called me up and that month I had gotten in this old numbers. I'd gotten like a cheque for twenty five grand for the month. Just by people using you handed with disk and then taken using the computer section. Okay. I I that I managed we this was my job. Right. So all of a sudden this guy calls me up, and he says, you know, how like we've been paying you every month. Well, now, we want you to pay us. That's a bit different. That's a difference right there. I said, well, that's not gonna really work for me. Okay. And so that was when using keyword commando instead of going to a oh L. I we negotiate I negotiate that it would go to commando dot com. That's the website. But that is also when I learned a very valuable lesson is not to depend upon a company for the marketing of your company. So that's why when Facebook came out I was so like, I am not sending anybody to Facebook because I already gotten screwed over by. Oh, well, right. So why would I do that? We're speaking of one last one can you make the sound of a.

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"america online" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"america online" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I started asking the questions that the advocacy there again asking the tough questions to our federal legislator state legislature asking why were these kinds of tragedies? What were we going to do about it? I begin to notice a pattern pretty much by our federal legislative when I come to Washington. Before the night. Tell them my story the pattern of behavior was all mess with MacBeth sorry for your loss. And we offer our deepest condolences. But basically, the politics aren't there yet and devastating to hear that over and over again because then I recognize that they were not willing to stand up. You know, live for people around the nation. And so I just decided I was going to stand up on particularly after park one half their children that were murdered with the same Jordan. And then I'll watch cousin and Trump on television with our federal legislators, ever, laughing and joking and talking about the NRA lobby and President Trump saying, oh, you shouldn't be afraid of the NRA. And I thought maybe something was going to happen. And nothing did by decided to stand up because I'll just tell you. I don't think there's anything more powerful than a mother on a mission trying to preserve the legacy of someone her family and just making sure that no one else has to suffer the way that my family, and so in your so therefore in your campaign, you're not you're not running away from being a mom. You're not running away from being a woman, your your gender is front and center in your campaign for congress. Absolutely. Because I'm telling my story, I'm telling. The story of my life and making store that close to ten. Breath cancer survivor. So that gives me I think you're great credibility to be able to talk about affordable healthcare for people in my district. I think that deserved that. I think the things that I have suffered my life tragedy than conflict. I think very well to what I can do to champion for people in Washington because people in my district and in Georgia. Concerned about the very things that I have lived there fired of an action. Their cloud of tired a failed policy, and they're fired of our legislators not standing up and fighting for them in the hall of Washington, Lucy MacBeth, I wanna thank you very much for taking time out of the very busy campaign and on the campaign trail to to call into America on the line Lucy MacBeth candidate for the house of representatives from Georgia's sixth district. Thank you very much for being on America Online. Thank you. Bye. So so Jenifer you've known as I mentioned before Lucia bath is a part of the mothers of the movement, which were women like Lucy who lost their lost family members, mostly sons to to gun violence is she typical in your mind of the women who've decided that enough is enough. And in this, particularly in this election cycle that they were gonna get in and run for office. Yes. Because she and she just like she in particular just like fills me so much inspiration 'cause overcoming the loss of Jordan on top of making the decision. That's hard for any woman to to run for for office. Is you know, I think it's a sense that she has another women that I gotta do something. Right. If Donald Trump can present United States, I can do this. But also, if Donald Trump depressing the United States, I have to do this because you, you know. I think a lot of women with the real estate when that that that was a real wakeup call that we were right to have these doubts that things weren't quite right. And we you know that it wasn't quite equal in the world. Really pollen politics wasn't going the way it should. And it's like, you know, maybe not any not any one person has the right answer. But my opinion is just as good as anybody else's, and what I know about myself as a woman, I think muscleman Phyllis by. I'm gonna work really hard to campaign. I'm going to work really hard represent people. And you know, I can do this as I am yet. You hear a lot of women candidates talk about that. They say as I am. And that means I think as opposed to other times in their life where they thought I can't do this yet. A can't run for office. I need to wait until my kids are done with school or need to wait until I have disregarded accreditation. And then I feel that I have the resume the candidate. They're saying I'm good enough. Now, and I'm going to go for because if I if my non linking to work harder. But if I'm in the Georgia state legislature, if I'm representing Georgia, the United States Congress or I'm states firms, I'm going to be the governor of Georgia. I'm going to bring different issues to the forefront. Because I because I am a mother are. I am you know. And and also, I think women have a. You know, a sense of bring a sense of cooperation that politics is you know, it's a sorely missing. From campaigns are hard for women. You know, I understand that. I think that if campaigns if women have been in charge from the start, we probably wouldn't have elections. We'd like have a council meeting and decide which best. Right. But but they're jumping in and knowing I'm going to tell my story has and that's that's fat change and Jennifer Palmieri. I wanna thank you very much for being here on America on the line for Palmeri is the author of dear Madam, President an open letter to the women who will run the world, former director of communications for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama we need to take a quick break. When we return from Anita hill to Christine Blasi Ford are things better today. We'll take your calls at eight four four seven four five eight to five five. You're listening to America on the line here on WNYC. It's a new live national call in show from WNYC and nine o'clock tonight on ninety three point nine FM. It's the investigative series reveal if you're listening on AMA twenty at nine o'clock eighties on point for the rest of tonight. Partly cloudy skies, low sixty nine seventy two partly cloudy right now in New York at eight forty..

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"america online" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"america online" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Calls this weekend, show listen, some interesting items that passed by screen that you just need to know about first. Of which is if. You have, a Yahoo or in America Online Email address guess what, your emails are, probably being scanned, right now to figure out what, the heck you might be buying. In the future see Verizon has this advertising business by. The name of and they own. Yahu and AOL and they've been pitching advertisers at brand new service it scans more than two hundred million inboxes, for data on consumer buying patterns that says the Wall Street Journal and this let's advertisers target consumers who buy certain services so they save for example A Yahoo user gets emails about driving for lift, might be identified as self employed and thinking about all the new data. Points that they might have on you so you can opt out of your. Who's, a mail scanning you have to go over to your Ed interest pages you have to opt out and then you have to opt out across the web and, then you have to go to on yahu and then opt out one more time and I'm not kidding you have to opt. Out yet another time we have all the steps over a commando dot com and if, you're looking for some alternatives you wanna look on, proton mail and hush mail there's also lava bit encounter male just know that if you're, on Yahoo AOL they are now, the only major Email providers that are conducting. Such scans on, inboxes anymore All right over. At fake book oh I'm sorry I mean Facebook they're rolling out what they, are hoping is the next big. Thing that's right Facebook watch is going to. Be. Available to all two point two three billion monthly users worldwide base book says, they're going to, be showing you movies and programs and live events while you're. Hanging out on Facebook to access watch, you're going to have to play logo in the bar if you're in your desktop it's the icon on the. Bottom left hand side and listen to what Facebook says about. This with a straight face with the global launch of. Watch we are supporting publishers and creators in two critical areas helping them make money, and better understand their content a bunch of baloney let me tell you something you want, to make money with. Your videos your ideas don't trust. That to Facebook I got a screwed over all the small business. Owners across the country saying come and, bring us your customers we're going to help you. Market to them sure they will if you pay some obscene amount for Facebook to boost a post those same people you told the gum to Facebook and actually see See what you post not a good idea All right Mark your calendars? Are you ready speed and. Buy new iphones? They're. Going, to be. Here are you ready September twelfth that's right which. Means now is a good. Time for you start selling your older iphones. The big news is that the iphone ten we're going to have an iphone ten plus you don't have the phone screens smaller than. They got bigger than, they got smaller again now they're getting bigger a six and a half inch screen, that's larger than the Samsung galaxy. Note nine which is six point four inches, the current iphone ten has a five point eight inch screen the iphone ten is also supposed. To get up dated. With a new. Excess the means slightly updated not too. Much a third iphone has, a six point one, is screen, lower price. Eight hundred dollar range lower resolution LCD screen they do that in order to. Keep, the prices lower and. Putting those, pricey oh LED, screens on board so edition two new iphones apples, prep and a new. Watch new ipad pro Updated air. Pods long witted airpower wireless charging that means, preorder are going to be probably on Friday September fourteenth and so what this means is that. You want to make. Sure that you. Don't by any apple products between now. And then and make sure, that she.

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Yahoo still scans your emails for ads

Kim Komando

01:15 min | 2 years ago

Yahoo still scans your emails for ads

"Is if you have a. Yahoo or in America Online Email address guess what your emails are probably being scanned right now to figure out what the heck you might be buying in the future Verizon has this advertising business by the name of, oath and they own yahu and, and they've been pitching advertisers at brand new service scans more than two. Hundred million inboxes for data on consumer buying patterns. That says the Wall Street Journal and this let's advertisers. Target consumers who buy certain services so they save or exam Yahu user gets emails about driving for lift, might be identified as self employed thinking about all the new data points. That they might have on you so you can opt out of Yahoos the. Mail scanning you have to go over to your ad interest pages you have to opt out and then you have to opt out across the web and then, you have to go on Yahoo and then opt out one more time and I'm not kidding you have to opt out yet. Another time we have all the steps over a commando dot com and if you're looking for some alternatives you wanna look a proton mail and hush mail there's also lava bit encounter male just know that if you're, on Yahoo AOL they are now, the only major Email providers that are conducting such scans on inboxes

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"america online" Discussed on The Persistence Factor

The Persistence Factor

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"america online" Discussed on The Persistence Factor

"Yeah, I had you say on a podcast recently, if you help enough people get what day one, then obviously you're going to get what you want, which is a very famous exhibit, quote, maybe talk to the listeners about that because I think there's a lot of people that are out there right now that ready believing tight take take take take, and they don't really think about giving. I mean, I've always been told by my father I'd give as gain. So maybe explain to the listeners about that a little bit more while your father was a wise man. You know, I think we're all we're all born with kind of a default position to be some negative things. You know, we're born without reward with fear, reward with selfishness, right? And I think the people that have rise above all of those above all of those negative negatively. These are the ones that really work on themselves and personal development. And eventually you'll figure out that the most successful people that I know and you know, going to see a going to interview Greg Cardona here in a short period of time. Just interviewed my latte, really, unbelievably successful entrepreneur in the one thing that's a a theme for all of them is they wanna help. They wanna give they wanna, do they wanna take care of other people? And you know, zig zig quote was his most famous quote, you can have everything you want life if you'll just help enough other people get what they want. So if you make that your mission, which is what I've done, I've made that quote my mission in life. Has to help as many people's I can so reason on your podcast right now, because if somebody's listening and hopefully say something that makes a difference, that's good enough for me. I just wanna continue to spread value. It help people as much as I can. I think whatever's listening out there you should too. What if it's any consolation, Chris, I'm sitting hail of a pendant pipe taking notes, so you never stop learning. So I am definitely open minded to listen to someone of your success and speaking of success you had great success, but let's go back to the point of way you may be. Had you know those tough times in terms of hitting bottom because this is what this podcast is really about. It's about the journey and everybody thinks that the journey is really so of, you know, roses Sosa so to speak, but not really see what goes on in the middle. So maybe talk about some of those tough appoints does rock bottom that you've had to go through in order to get to where you all today. Story that pops into my mind. I was. I was on the executive team with America Online, which was ALL back in the day. And before they kind of went belly up, I was. I was the. I was one of the presidential award, three years in a row was the number one Representative, three thousand people. They had their LA one day out of nowhere. I got a pink slip along with about twelve hundred. Other people. It was really devastating because I love the job. I was good at my job. I didn't do anything to deserve to be let go. But you know, every day when I would walk in, there's a staircase in the front of the building. And when I hit that staircase out, ask myself, Chris, you're gonna give it everything you have today, and I'm going to work my butt off and I'd come back out every time hit that staircase on the way out. I would say you give it everything had today, and the answer was most prominently? Yes, but it was just kind of a win challenge yourself from staircase the staircase. Remember leaving that day when I got my pink slip and I hit that staircase. And I was like. You know, I didn't give it everything I had today. I did work hard. I did have integrity. I did all the right things. And yet I was still like go in a kind of just had a thought that came into my mind, and it said this must be a promotion. And all of us have the recipe to think of things either negatively or positively. The couples have full or half empty needing that type of thinking, right..

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"america online" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"america online" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And we get a list of athletes madonna dated because it's it's a rod it's have an hour love jose canseco dennis rodman brian shaw really what's has brian shaw man i don't know here's living in miami at the time and here's playing for the it's one of the wise just asked me i mean do you hear more put it on the poll why was madonna dating brian sean don't just don't put anything out there was it students you with fair question you think everything to fall believe that every question you've ever asked because you've asked it is a fair question and i'm here to tell you that that is not sounded the day is brought to you by dollar shave club upgrade to shaving with a fresh blade whenever you want for a fraction of the price join dollarshaveclub dot com today also put this on the poll please because these three things are just totally insane to me what's more shocking that ozzy osbourne went from devil worshipper to sitcom dad on mtv that bill cosby went from pudding pops to jail or that snoop dogg is mainstream listen i mean you hear that story that the idea that snoop dogg is consistently someone who's with martha stewart he does commercials with lee iacocca i don't think coke is even with us anymore he was he was advertising for america online's a game show host and he's hosting the jokers wild understand that i understand that he got off but again in his past there is a a murder trial.

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"america online" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency

Finding Your Frequency

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"america online" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency

"You're making it easier to listen to the voice america talk radio network live wherever you go on iphones blackberry or android downloaded from the apple i tunes app store black mary apple world or android market have you had a chance to check out voice america's online magazine and blog press baz if you love our hosts and shows check out articles that given even deeper perspective plus topics about health and fitness movie reviews philosophy business tips and tactics spirituality positive thought current events and even more about your favorite host it's just a click away at v eight press past dot com debts va press baz dot com v eight press passed by voice america all access all the time computing to see an online tv before let us surprise your voice america tv is online now the leader and live internet talk radio has done it again multiple channels a state of the art viewing experience live in on demand program streaming twenty four hours a day it's exactly what you want when you want it twice america tv health and wellness to business sports and everything in between discover our new world visibly america duck tv now and experience the future of online television the voice of america dad tv have you become a member yet sign up now to become a member of voice america it's always free and easy plus you get to take advantage of some great member benefits get unlimited access to millions of hours of ondemand content across all of our channels keep track of your favorite episodes shows and host in your own customize of a library find out what shows you might be interested in based on your favorites plus you get inside our access with our newsletter membership gives you more sign up that voice america dot com and click register at the top right.

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"america online" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency

Finding Your Frequency

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"america online" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency

"You're making it easier to listen to the voice america talk radio network live wherever you go on iphones blackberry or android downloaded from the apple i tunes app store black mary apple world or android market have you had a chance to check out voice america's online magazine and blog press baz if you love our hosts and shows check out articles that given even deeper perspective plus topics about health and fitness movie reviews philosophy business tips and tactics spirituality positive thought current events and even more about your favorite host it's just a click away at v eight press past dot com debts va press baz dot com v eight press passed by voice america all access all the time computing to see an online tv before let us surprise your voice america tv is online now the leader and live internet talk radio has done it again multiple channels a state of the art viewing experience live in on demand program streaming twenty four hours a day it's exactly what you want when you want it twice america tv health and wellness to business sports and everything in between discover our new world visibly america duck tv now and experience the future of online television the voice of america dad tv have you become a member yet sign up now to become a member of voice america it's always free and easy plus you get to take advantage of some great member benefits get unlimited access to millions of hours of ondemand content across all of our channels keep track of your favorite episodes shows and host in your own customize of a library find out what shows you might be interested in based on your favorites plus you get inside our access with our newsletter membership gives you more sign up that voice america dot com and click register at the top right.

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"america online" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

The Weekly Substandard

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"america online" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

"Way that america online is here america online still exist they're fully for all people yair people with aol well phone numbers god i'll be there people who hey i heard a run about the ira on i heard a rumor that dial him who are paying a while yet this exists that's gysi a thing which is happening now well in america netflix will not go away i mean there will be you know some rump of old people who have come to the party 10 years late and are still paying netflixing at that point seventeen dollars a month or something that they can watch shark nato fifteen but that's about it i think i on what am i w what does amazon fit all this though because they have their own thing well amazon's amazon's video selection is just kind of an out on really newham avi right i mean and every all of that is in fact a side the entire amazon instant video thing is a tiny little baby these of the lord visas plan for world domination right i mean theme of this way amazon web services which is a side project the grew out of just the need to do something in monetize their their it infrastructure of the company is something like the two hundred biggest company in the world ollan zone i amid amazon his sobeih big that eventually amazon will either eat ups or make its own ups they will be a shipping company they will be fully vertically integrated m because roads milk because what they are as they were logistics company that sells thing yeah yeah there were i can't add settler how exciting as small as as small as it is they still put out an extremely high level value production leg out the marvellous mrs mazel now you need to watch as jape or four episodes into it and i enzi get better how do you like it it's okay gets better flake woke madman yes oh nli yeah actually it may it but you still got to watch because it gets better okay and what's her name suzy's mantras fantastic nash in tony chalhoub is great and what he does all right so let's talk about xmen oh yeah go ahead what happens here because they were they're not wait a minute i have a question regarding this in.

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"america online" Discussed on Ambition Today

Ambition Today

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"america online" Discussed on Ambition Today

"This election york was hanging out in the melrose placed tv gossip chat room in america online back in the midnineties someone that chat rooms had my company should it bill the newsroom monies may resume two weeks later it was moving dented virginia to become the founding editor of aol news so i launched the awol newsroom back when a what was the internet and it was pretty amazing at a really great time doing that so let three is there left aol in late seven move back new york took a job for about two weeks with someone and realize that i did not have any desire to work for anyone and from there uh starting to go um on my own figured i would start a pr firm see how that did and when it failed o get a job well i've had three companies all that have had successful exits and i haven't had any of the jobs about twenty years so semester pretty lucky that's awesome what was what was growing up in new york city lake i i grew up in buffalo avenue philly new york's these were the most unique places to grow up especially as a kid rejected in the subway system graffiti what what what what was what was new york civic life like it was pretty awesome for me i i mean up in new york city was was was killer because um you know but we were just in this amazing world where it's like out saturday at noon and that a deal to undo analysts see a broadway show you know and people in the real world the outside nears they can't do that and so we really enjoyed that had a great time with uh with uh you know going central park in an interesting story this city and you became a lot more street smart and streetsavvy in weiser uh a lot earlier in time than you did in other sort of other places you might have little.

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"america online" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"america online" Discussed on TechFan

"Non tech people onto the internet you gotta remember when netscape kinda launched big in the midnineties that the way most people got online david was through an online service like america online or copies serve um having a local internet provider with dialup service gives very complex yeah yet to those result different services in kamanzi interfaces and it was it was ready kondakova that the problem with it walls is that you would get online you'd be sat there a kind of a blinking come on promises lot what what do now right i have no you've an it had no visual con kick to at toll um and basically if the through promotion day was completely like will say anything you would you you wanted to do a life and you had to know where to go that the us snapped you had to another thing existed before hand before you could fund the kmt together do it netscape communications formerly knows netscape communications corporation or just netscape is an american computer services company known for its web browser netscape navigator when netscape was an independent company its headquarters were in mountain view california netscape's web browser was once dominated but his lost but it has lost most of that glare to its competitors internet explorer during this first socalled browser war the usage share of netscape has fallen from over ninety percent in the midnineties to less than 1 percent by the end of two thousand insects netscape was hydrated yeah did you remember that i couldn't even naughty that no are another that bogging even though that you could use an escape navigation 2000s let's kinda went went pearshaped um netscape is credited with creating jobs script language the most widely used language for clients side scripting of websites the company is often offer developing the 'sis l which used for.

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"america online" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"america online" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Executives at america online which he helped to direct branding and communications for the firm she now runs the case foundation which specializes in a variety of focuses including impact investing so let's talk a little bit about the case foundation you just past the twentieth anniversary of establishing this what is it like running a large philanthropic firm with your mission you know it's really exciting but i have to tell you kinda blows my mind i think we've been at this twenty years for me that's the longest i've ever spent in one job and as twenty years a related flyby but it has been exciting i think it's an eagled us to take uh what we believe are are areas of expertise technology has been a key part of what we've done at the case foundation trying to figure out a way to best leverage technology to drive greater good an impact on in society uh but it's been a terrific ride and we've really enjoyed it and i think really from the get go we decided we didn't want to go it alone this was not going to be about us writing checks this was going to be about trying to have a catalytic institution that would bring others along and collaborate with others and because of that we feel really good about the impacts we've been able to have so let's talk a little bit about venture backed stored ups you have some amazing statistics on the on the case foundation site only 10 percent of venture backed companies at a female found your that's correct only one percent had an african american founder that well you know this is why we're so passionate about this area we call inclusive entrepreneurship you know and we would add some data by the way and that is that uh last year seventy percent of venture capital went to just three places new york massachusetts and california so we're really pull it putting all of our eggs into a few basket right and that's never a smart idea when it comes to finance and opportunity so unknowingly that means folks have kind of been left behind you know like when we saw the results of the election last year and we heard from voters you know some of the media described it as they feel left behind but when you look at data like that no the reality is they have been left.

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"america online" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"america online" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"But the core the patch two the the math time one no they have a bye always pig in on me on on jan weiser her doha veiled avoid the that guy charlie brown of key kse i guess jim on the line from pennsylvania sarah pennsylvania hi jim hello leo how you do i am well how are you just peachy king god do is all of your tech woes 'cause i know you call me with a tech whoa are you do is driving me nuts neighbors nuts too oh well oldest trying to toy well the big i s p l to jolt meant lim but liu generally pretty good but the problem was to make america online loton samsung dvd lulu players uh although sudden though radio key sudanese you know that now the declaring that h gdp port is this a curse you so you're being bit by copy protection which is very frustrating and and this is happening not just to you but to others well a you know it seems to be endemic to the uh samsung blaming yeah a little gene a a lot of bozo you probably know that you're samsung blu ray player is connected to the internet yet abu loop and the reason it is is again for copy protection if it weren't for the paranoia of the movie industry feels about pirates none of this would be a problem however the ironically doesn't slow down pirates notice is just bothers normal people what the reason you dvd player you blurry player has to have a a port is so that it can check y you know it'll say periodically downloading updates the real reason is every time you put in a dvd checks to see if the key the encrypt oh key is a certificate is good if it's been revoked or if it's good and other words if it's a lie legitimate copy blu ray has his feature because when dvd's were created with copy protection they didn't build in the ability to change the key.

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