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"appa" Discussed on Mythology

Mythology

02:14 min | Last month

"appa" Discussed on Mythology

"Something to note all myths have many versions and variations. For this episode, we've selected those we fell to the most dramatic and supplemented them with research into ancient. Beliefs because mythology comes from oral tradition there's a wide variety across sources are myths may not always be the version you're familiar with, but we hope you'll enjoy them. Raw was tired the god of the Sun stood on the deck of his barge looking down upon the land of Egypt with weary is everything hurt his limbs had grown thin and frail his face gaunt and warn all he had to look forward to now was rest. It's time. Father. His daughter bast approached raw, took her hand and she led him to the waiting sarcophagus. It took all his remaining strength to climb into it and lie down. Looking up raw single tear rundown his daughter's cheek. He wanted to comfort her to tell her that death was but the next step on his journey but he did not have the strength Ross shut his eyes as the heavy stone lid slid into place above him. The sunset. Egypt. and. The MASEK Tet carried Roz body down the river of death and into the land of the dead. But deep in the water something stirred a demon of chaos and darkness as old as time. The serpent APPA fists. The great snake lifted his head from the depths of the river. He flicked his forked tongue tasting the air up a fist could always sense the precise moment when the Sun God's barge passed into the land of the dead. But this night something was different. There was a sent in the atmosphere that he had not smelled in Millennia? A living soul had entered.

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YouTube Music drops monthly fee for Chromecast support

Geek News Central

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

YouTube Music drops monthly fee for Chromecast support

"You do music is dropped monthly fee for chrome cast support. So now you to music is its sole offering. And finally, opened chrome cast support to everyone. Google play music is actively winding down this month. Leaving Youtube music as Google's only music APPA major feature gap between the two services is been the restrictive crop chrome cast support on Google music cashing just work for everyone I knew to music casting was restricted to people paying for the monthly streaming service for the bring your own music crowd them spent if you want to cast music for a on your own speakers, your music. There was no alternative but subscribe to streaming service. You probably didn't want so anyway that's a change for those who have libraries a music.

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Michael Chan - React Is Not a Rails Competitor

Full Stack Radio

09:07 min | 9 months ago

Michael Chan - React Is Not a Rails Competitor

"Almost seven years ago I found an opportunity to Work in rails and it was it was. It was kind of like a I. I love closing loops. And so the idea of being able to transition into rails was like a really fun like oh well a guy could actually like come back and do this and learn it and I think at that point had finally had the appreciation to realize like what rails gives you like why having a framework why having an Orem. Why having a kind of these these constraints systems or super valuable especially in like a larger team right. I think that's probably the biggest thing to have. These contracts that are core to the framework like the ideas more than the framework itself. Even is such a good place to start When you have when it's not just you coating up some site in a room but it's like you and you know three five ten one hundred other people sharing code base. Yeah so lots of conventions and stuff that just make it easier for people to sort of communicate and have established patterns for solving problems. And Yeah Yeah I. It's hard for me now so I've been The work that I do now is is shared between like rails and react so we have you know we have like a product that is like thirteen years a Do Front and Architecture at a company called Planning Center we make Church software and we have all of our. Apps are isolated rails APPs. So that's how they do all of the database connection like the the. The data mapping all that kind of stuff. We have eight of them. They're all rails on the back and then they have some amount of react on top of that For things that are like particularly complicated or interactive relationships and each APP is different. You know some of them are like you know the have like a rails router rail stack but like every route just shows a react up but then we have some that are just like you know one little complicated form is in is in mounted with react. Yeah totally yeah and the rest is just rails rendered absolutely. Yeah it's it's kind of fun to see like to see different teams working in this kind of mixed stack And seeing like people's different people's comfort level with that but it is kind of like painfully obvious like how much convention there is in rails that kind of takes you further faster and how little there is an react where you kind of have to kind of make it up as you're going along and I think for me like so much of the way that I think about the development of pages indifferent to framework is formed by like rails. Right that idea of you have like show list Yep Create update new. Destroy like that languages so baked into head at this point that I think about that for like. That's my entry point into like any view like am I doing a show view a creature. Yeah same seems weird to like not have if you're just getting into it right now to not have that right like okay. Well I'M GONNA make a new. I'M GONNA make a new page or new view. What am I gonNA? Where do I start? It's like back to the PHP days again. Right where it's like has now. I'm just making a file and can be. Yeah so the place that you work now is that. Is that the same place that you started working out with rails or did you have a couple different sales jobs. Okay God Yeah No. I've been there for seven years now and it's It's it's been interesting. I've really I've learned a lot because of that split right like so using rails as a productive framework for actually managing an application. Then doing more and more react in kind of like seeing how that transition goes between like kind of something that's may be old and But stable and something that is like new and hot but like the wild wild west So okay where I think. This conversation really gets interesting and where I really wanted to dig in with. You is when I saw some of the replies to this tweet that I I'd beginning episode a couple. People were applying the kind of snarky replies. About like how I just do like crate. React up. Now you know and One of them. Replies that you said that was create racked up is one of many ways to generate a front end up with no connection to date or service and I thought I feel like finally. Somebody's like speaking to be like. This is the thing we're trying to understand because it feels like there's this like it feels like there's a lot of conversations that happen that it's never said explicitly but implicitly. It sounds like people are often looking at tools like react as like an alternative to a tool rails which I can't figure out how that even makes any sense because it feels like they do completely different things so I'm curious to get your perspective on that. Like why is it? Like I'm seeing these conversations where people are where people sort of talk about like react as like a framework for building websites. And I'M GONNA use react instead of rails now I'm whereas clearly you're still using rails react kind of integrated day to day. So what's happening there? I think I think a lot of people. Just like to fully give into the like hype. I don't know if this is like a personal. Branding hang around like an identity thing but like people to jump headlong into like. Oh No I M react developer. Now like just create react up done like that's my framework and then like push to the side or like diminish all of the things that are not in that so it's like you know like yeah you use create reactive but like in order to make anything meaningful like you had to make decisions about how to how to get data and like if you have an existing application like you're still using the framework like you're still using that thing. I think for us. It's like I freely admit that like the the lion share of what we're doing is still rails Kennedy's kind you know. We have these cute views that said on top of it but like the majority of the work is in a different framework. And I think that people maybe aren't intellectually honest about the fact that they are they're their first and major dependency. Is this huge application. That already exists that happens to have an API. That's a lot of these people that are like a lot of people. Doing a lot of worker react you think are mostly talking to existing. Api's that kind of exist before they even made the decision to build like a new front end with reactor to build like a new APP. That talks to that suffered react. I think I think so and I mean I can't talk everybody but I know that that's that's true for us. One of the huge successes of react is that there's a it's so easy to get started with right so like if you have a real. Is that like you know the first component that we built our company. I made just for fun. We had this thing it was like we have a transporter for music. And so you can just click up and down to like kind of Gaucher's the keys or whatever. Yeah Yeah and like at the time that was like the one of three demos that were on the The react dot org website. I'll I already have it in J. Query but like I just try and react lakes this is all about and I just kind of built that one little widget and react like included. You know an unnecessary amount of javascript to do that but it was. It was so it was so easy. 'cause you just include this like you. Md on your page and then like there it is. You're using react to some degree. It gets point. Zero zero zero zero five percent of the application. But we're using react and I think that's like that's the beauty of it is that you don't have to go through and rewrite everything to start using react like and from that point on. I was like a quote unquote like react Alabama. Because that one stupid and I think that's true right. I think that is like what makes things like Reacting views the same way like really interesting exciting as and I think like If you even if you look at facebook dot com right like yes. It's not a single page APP. It's not like a react. I mean I think the new one that I think some people are starting to see now is like a full blown react. Appa grab the hotness right but Traditionally even like where react was born is still like a server rendered. Php APP with a bunch of data. That's there when you go view source and look at like the rights that came back from the server and that server rendered but it's not like server rendered react that'd be talking about wrestling or whatever it's just a no it's just. Html made by a backup

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Michael Avenatti convicted of trying to extort Nike

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

Michael Avenatti convicted of trying to extort Nike

"Attorney Michael Avenida who represented stormy Daniels in lawsuits against president trump is been convicted on all counts related to an effort to extort sportswear giant Nike a Manhattan federal jury found the forty eight year old appa not a guilty of trying to extort twenty five million dollars from Nike and of defrauding the youth basketball coach he represented he faces up to forty two years in

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Minnesota among 25 states on track to meet Paris climate goals

Climate Cast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

Minnesota among 25 states on track to meet Paris climate goals

"Many climate observers are frustrated that world leaders at the COP twenty five. Climate Summit failed to get on the same page with accountability ready for emissions reductions but twenty five. US states including Minnesota are on the same page. They're reducing greenhouse gas emissions faster than and the rest of the country. Julie said Kedah is the executive director of the US climate alliance and joins US via skype. Hi Julie Hi Pal. So these twenty-five estates what's the progress on emissions will Polish. You may know when the governor's joined the. US Climate Alliance. The essentially agree that they will work collectively to meet meet a twenty six to twenty eight percent. Emission reduction below two thousand five levels by two thousand twenty five and what are independently commissioned analysis says shows is that this group of States is very close to achieving that goal. So they're looking at eight twenty to twenty seven percent emission reduction in that timeframe mm-hmm correct me. If I'm wrong on this number between two thousand five hundred twenty seventeen. These twenty five states reduced their collective greenhouse gas emissions by about sixteen percent and compared with seven percent for the rest of the country. Is that right. That is correct. And if we were to look for example at twenty twenty-five emissions nations for non-aligned states those states are expected to reduce emissions between three and eleven percent. So you know. A third of what our states are expected to achieve the atmosphere obviously doesn't care where the emissions come from or what the political boundaries are but if these twenty-five states were country how big would that be in terms of emissions the Group of states represents roughly forty percent of US emissions but because the United States is such a large committer. Big actually the sixth largest global emitter which means that they are responsible for more emissions than almost all other countries in the world. We we hear these arguments. That reducing greenhouse gas emissions will stifle economic growth are these states also producing growth their per capita APPA. Economic output is actually growing at three times the rate of other states and overall their economies are growing faster here in Minnesota about twenty five percent of of our electric power was produced from renewable sources last year. How does that fit with the rest of the nation across the states. We're seeing an acceleration creation in the pace and scale of renewable deployment and I think Minnesota's fortune and that they've got a very progressive governor. WHO's made a clean energy a priority but then you also have utilities that have committed to one hundred percent clean and so the combination of that. I think proves that we have a strong outlook in Minnesota. You mentioned the progress in the electric power sector. We are seeing that. It's slower in transportation. Is that really the next big piece of low hanging fruit route to go after for emissions reductions. Well I wouldn't say that it's low hanging fruit. I would say that it's probably the most important sector. And the reason is that we're seeing a growth in emissions in that sector and it is also the largest sector in terms of overall emissions In addition to that it's not as easy to tackle as the power sector where you can work very closely with utilities You're looking at behavioral change deploying electric vehicles and then we are looking even at gas powered cars. Were trying to put in place. More stringent clean car standards and the administration is not only rolling back the national standards but they're also also attacking the rights of states to set those more stringent standards. So I think that we've got some pretty significant hurdles. So what are the goals. Then as we look forward for future emissions reductions by these twenty five states. Almost all of the states have climate targets. That are more ambitious than our climate target and and so they are putting in place a suite of policies and climate action plans. That are trying to get them towards their more ambitious targets. In the years ahead

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"appa" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

Fantasy Football Today

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"appa" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

"Been that good and they're going you want Ds's four teams to pass the Saxon the turnovers this is from T- Teela Rico what is this Green Zone something the Green Zone inside the ten yard line the white zone is for loading and unloading only the Green Zone is sticking Magenta you can you can get me away from Appa Green Zone stays how about from J..

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"appa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"appa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To you by NYU Winthrop hospital, cyber knife treatment centers in Manhattan and Long Island with the Yankees halted their losing streak at three with eight four road win of the White Sox last night, just their fourth in the last twelve games three RV is a piece for Torres and Gary Sanchez toys, at a two run Homer in the fourth and on the mound, the Yanks of fruit of perfect five and deploying opener. Chad Greene struck out, six over his two innings of work. I mean, for me, the first or the sixth or seventh or fifth all kinds of same, so. The first one's a little different bus pass is it it's all the same Cortes junior, then toss. Five innings to pick up his first major league win struck out. Seven James Paxton starts today series. Finale. We'll have pre game coverage on the fan beginning at one thirty. Meantime, Aaron judge Giancarlo Stanton, nearing return from injury. But the Yanks have added yet another power that their lineup acquiring veterans slugger Edwin Encarnacion for the Mariners for cash and minor league pitcher one thin at city field. Plenty of fence for the Mets ended up needing every bit of the left out soon back APPA wall. Sweet seats. How rose second inning calling WCBS eight eighty four hit night for Davis. He finished a triple short of the cycle. Pete Alonzo's three run home recap the five run. First inning. Mets held leads of six one eight three but after Noah Syndergaard left a hamstring strain in the seventh bullpen tried to undo it again. Cardinals closed within one nearly tied the game on a bloop single in the night. But yet macneil throughout pinch-runner, Jack Flaherty at home plate to end the game Mets..

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"appa" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"appa" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

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"appa" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"appa" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"So so dizzy nauseous, and then finally someone was like, do you think it could be related to how much offend you take? And I was like now you're insane. I'd probably be way more dizzy, nauseous if. Stopped taking this continent. But like that experience glory being stopped in my tracks, physically in having go home to my parents house and trying to figure out why am I this nauseous was like just hitting the wall that was required to just start resetting things. And then that just kept happening in like, it doesn't mean everything you were before his garbage in everything you are now is like like, you know, like home or whatever, but it is a very potent experienced too. It's like a big it's like an experience, I think in some way, everyone should have of just like not not being able to function the way they used to having to learn new tools that Lou death. I agree with you. I agree with you. Interesting to auto like I've been through a few deaths, and then being a a law lucky enough to be alive off to them to be aware enough, or at least have sufficient extent guidance to recognize how this thing is over. Now, this is not going to serve me anymore. But like we said that it doesn't mean that everything that preceded it was without value in worthless. How would you say then because it seems to me that you very bright and creative and from what I know relatively stable childhood environment into being this is how it seems from outside being successful relevant quickly. Your first brilliant film that you directed your relationship with John APPA towel successive, go when you talk about the addressing the inner to chew moult, like do you feel that this was an ever present thing, or do you think is in an operation that causes a result of the kind of cruel Ma? That famed UC's or do you think that they were of a psychic Footsie's at work predate success? That's a great question. I mean, I don't know about you. I found just being a child to be very challenging I found everything about being a lot. I never was a person who was like I would never have describing it was like a happy. Go lucky person. I was very I dealt with like mental illness from young age, I have obsessive compulsive disorder that manifested very early four or five with counting. Checking in hoarding like every version of it. I experienced in so making things kind of became the only place in which I felt safe. And then, you know, I think that I then had an experience like I found the world scary. Then you step into the world..

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"appa" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"appa" Discussed on KTRH

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Domino's To Offer Car Touchscreen Ordering

Dishin' Digital

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Domino's To Offer Car Touchscreen Ordering

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Apple apologises for FaceTime bug, says fix due this week

WSJ Tech News Briefing

04:59 min | 1 year ago

Apple apologises for FaceTime bug, says fix due this week

"Whilst week before apple disabled the function late Monday users of group FaceTime were able to listen in on others through their smartphones. Apple has an apology for you. Let us get more from San Francisco joining us in the podcast booth over there is Bob mcmillen. Hey, bob. So last week we were all feeling a little insecure perhaps about ever using FaceTime. Again this week. We should be feeling a little bit better because I understand apple has a fix. What can we expect this week delays delays apple said last week that they were going to ship a patch for this bug on by week's end, and they failed to do that. So we're feeling like the problem is mitigated because although they're working on a patch for the issue that hasn't been released. They kinda turned off the whole group FaceTime feature that was the source of the issue within hours of finding out about it. So you're not really at risk of of the the bug being exploited. But apple is taking longer than expected to fix it. Now, what that means to me is that maybe this bug is a little more complicated than I than it first appeared, but a lot of the security people I spoke with on Friday said that they were glad that. Appa was taking its time. They didn't wanna rushed out patch. Maybe lead to other problems, you know, afterwards. So we can rest a little bit easier. But can apple though because this which was quite a high profile setback? And we actually talked about how you know. It's not people are still going to buy phones. But it opens up the whole conversation about security, and it makes it even more awkward for apples and Steve came out with this crusade to protect privacy. And yet here we are. Yeah. This is their big marketing message that they have the most private and secure phone out. There. Also apple has struggled to deliver features that really get people as excited as they used to. And it's concerning that even as that's happening that the very basics the building secure products that have been properly quality assured are also not happening, right? Like, so this this bug was something that if. You saw exploited. You say to yourself. How did they miss this? Right. Like a fourteen year old literally discovered play for night. It's interesting too. Because this is actually rare we should note. Apple does not usually apologize. They're not necessarily one of those companies that are quick to do that. And so I understand that this teenager and his mother was were indeed thanked for their efforts. Where are they standing right about? Now is I mean, do they get free iphone at least? Yeah. They thanked them in the message I've been talking. So the mom's name is Michelle Thompson, and I've been kind of texting with her to hear if if apple has reached out directly to them to to say, thank you and the last I heard of this that had not happened. But they did send out a statement to all the media thanking them personally for making their effort to to notify apple of the issue the week before it became public. Now. This was an effort that was largely in vain apple by by all rights didn't actually get the message that they had found this bug. But. They tried also making this awkward is the fact that apple has criticized other tech companies for collecting users personal data just what was it just last week because what had happened was it had punished Facebook and Google I understand for violating its developer policies. Can you actually get into a little bit of that last week? There were reports that Facebook and then shortly after that report Google as well had misused digital certificates that apple issues to companies in order to create house apps now, this is sort of a complicated problem. But basically if you if you want to run an app on the iphone apple has a bunch of tests. They put on it. They make sure that it's private and that it's up to their standards. But if you just wanna run, you know, some some if you're down Jones and you want to run your own corporate app. They give you a little bit more leeway. And they'll give you a a way of just running those those apps in a less, scrutinized fashion. So what? The problem was was that Facebook was creating these created an app to test the Facebook website and it distributed using using its it's private internal key. Those only supposed to use for corporate apps and this violated Apple's all Google did the same thing as well. So last week apple pulled these in-house digital certificates, which basically broke all of the house apps for both apple I'm sorry for both Facebook and Google and so their their security team was was kind of scrambling to understand what was going on with these apps, and then they revoked certificates, and it was just kind of like a big messy week probably gonna have you back soon. I would imagine. Yeah. It's not gonna stop is a

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"appa" Discussed on GSMC Relationship Podcast

GSMC Relationship Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"appa" Discussed on GSMC Relationship Podcast

"Something that I think every single one of us if we're human being that has been in a relationship at some point in time. And it's when the the idea of communication, I mean, there's nothing new about that. But when it comes to hearing, what somebody is saying, you know, the criticism thing I'll just say at that way. It's how you listen to that. Criticisms criticisms makes up big difference, and how you're gonna respond, and I know it's very hard to listen to someone when they are angry, and they're trying to explain their feelings because there's a lot that comes out of that in terms of the intensity that they might not necessarily mean to throw on you. But it's just the situation. So sometimes the the the situation it self doesn't lend itself to be the best time to APPA conversation. But it just happens. So what do you do? I say and remember this is something that you're preparing for head of time. This is just one of those life skills. So if you've already been through that you probably had the blow up in stuff that happens around it. But what I'm talking about? Now is going forward when you are in a situation like this. What you want to learn how to do is listen, sometimes it's not always how they say it. But there is a message in what they're saying in given the the moment that they're saying there could be a lot of intensity. And sometimes they say things that are not very nice it. Meaning it's not set in a nice way per se. But they're giving you their unvarnished their unvarnished truth, and you have to listen to it from that perspective. It doesn't have to be your truth. It's just something that they're expressing and they're saying it to you. And if what you take away from this is to be able to be in a place of listening, and I know that can very very hard to do because the first impulse is to want to defend yourself because they may say something that is imprecise and you wanna pick apart their their definition their explanation of the story about what happened. But when it comes to having a discussion about that later on and I'm and I'm inviting you to do that at a time when it's more advantages that both people are being listening place because if the person that's explaining something right now isn't in a place where there can be a discussion about it. Then there's no point in trying to force the fact because they only thing you're going to do is get more of the intensity, which doesn't really present itself to being a good way to have this conversation. It's generally going to end up bad, it'll be bad for you. And if you've had the experience, and I've certainly had this. I've had experience with people who are. I would say a little bit on on the bottles aside, and I don't be independent. But when they're their expressive, and there is not a way what you're gonna take that moment. And then turn them into being a listener. So so that's what I mean by that that you just kinda have to ride this out. And sometimes it's just a matter of letting them blow off steam to where they might find themselves feeling like, wow, okay. I've I've talked a lot. And and maybe I do need to kind of be listening for moment, or they might even invite you to to share your comments, you know, some people have been through those experiences in life and realize that there's more than just one point of view. But if you're talking to someone or listening to someone say that way because you're in the listening role, if you're listening to someone who is in that place of really expressing themselves than you just gotta give him time to to get it out. And you may experience something that a lot of people experience in they may even go off topic. If just because they got so much other stuff that's underneath that. And something for you to take into consideration. What they may be upset about may not really be all that you have a connection with. And this is a good thing to be able to listen for that all the underlying stuff because they may wind up having some things down bottled inside of him that they've never expressed in a long longtime or needed something to be a catalyst for them to get to get this stuff out, and as you're listening..

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My top 10 best gadgets of 2018

Talking Tech

06:08 min | 2 years ago

My top 10 best gadgets of 2018

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Okay. I've got my list of the top ten favourite tech gadgets. Twenty eighteen who's ready? I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. You're listening to talking tech. I quick caveat. I did not see every product released, but I did touch feel and see a lot of them. Several of the ones mentioned here. I went out and bought after I reviewed them others. I just lusted after we're gonna work our way up from ten to one. Let's start with number ten unlike smartphones, which hit ridiculous prices in two thousand eighteen many topping one thousand dollars or even higher. You gotta love witless is selling you for a portable. Rugged hard-drive. I picked up a four terabyte external drive for one hundred and fifty dollars a hundred and fifty dollars two years ago. These drives were one terabyte it best for the same price. And now I've got four times as much room number nine. I don't think you've heard of this. It's the loom cube air. It's a little continuous light tiny and it can attach to your smartphone via a magnet and give you way more people pleasing light than the lousy flash. From the phone at seventy dollars. This is a steel for night and party shots. Number eight, the Amazon fire TV edition TV's from Toshiba and best buy they are aimed at court cutters with Alexa, voice control and more visual menu. That you get from cable, and again, this is a consumer bargain. The average price is three hundred dollars for a forty two inch set on black Friday. They were giving these away for just over one hundred dollars. Wow. Number seven because no TV should be subjected to the lousy tinny sound from the teeny. Speakers of any new TV? We give the nod to the Sono speaking, it's a smaller sound bar in size. But with big sound and affordable at four hundred bucks. Number six the Facebook portal. Oh, ha ha what did you say savvy? Talking tech listeners will be scratching their heads. Right. Wait a minute. Aren't you? The guy who called this video chat device the Turkey of the year. Yes. And I also said the higher resolution. Video chat was so good. I would put the portal on my best of lists. The rest of the features blow however, number five Google pixel three APPA released three new iphones this year with slight iterations over previous models and nothing much to offer beyond a slightly bigger screen. Google upgraded its pixel phone with a superior camera that can do amazing things in the dark and even just improved basic shots in great light. I can't believe a smartphone camera can be this good number four. The apple watch series addition for again, this was another former Turkey from twenty fifteen but I got a hand it to him cooking company. They didn't give up on the watch. They refined it they made the password bugging, less Nagy. They ditch the hype about the worthless apps, they enlarge the screen into a work of colorful art in added useful health feature like e c g monitoring and call. Nine one one if you fall down and don't respond number three the pro level camera. I bought this year was the two thousand dollars Sony, a seven three also in interational of previous Sony models. But unlike apple where the newest models get more expensive. We saw many of the features of the four thousand dollars Sony. Eight nine come down to the ace seven like super fast shooting ten frames. A second low light in high resolution in a super light body. I love this camera. Number two, gopro hero seven black for years. Gopro has been trying to get the small camera. Right. Believe it or not this year. It finally got there with a four hundred dollar camera that eliminated the shakes or almost eliminated the shakes that were all over footage from surfboards bike helmets and the like end number one, no surprise to talking tech listeners as I've already flagged this, but the honor goes to Google and the home hub the video version of the Google home connected speaker the combination of the Google assistant smarter and chatty or. Than Amazon's Alexa, the YouTube library of music videos. Tv clips and food recipes the ability to watch TV via YouTube TV or listen to podcasts and get your Google features like calendar. Commutes in weather in visual form was a huge winner. Only negative and is the big one the seven inch screen is way. Too small. Here's to the fifteen or better yet twenty inch version in two thousand nineteen. Okay. Google, and that's my list. What's on your top ten? Let's talk about it on Twitter. Why match efforts and Graham you've been listening to talking tech. 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"appa" Discussed on Welcome to Tinsel Town - A Christmas Adventure

Welcome to Tinsel Town - A Christmas Adventure

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"appa" Discussed on Welcome to Tinsel Town - A Christmas Adventure

"When everything it settled, it looked like it was snowing inside the library. But instead of snowflakes it was dust, the gently dries really are Bildt up on the floor. We all looked to see the librarian standing there frowning. So a booth date. The Queen was called an unfortunately, the conductor was hot on her heels his face redder than sent a suit. With a few. Magic words the Queen had the library back in order in no time at. Due to what kind of Queen would I be if not now pony lease Remington? I cannot believe you would do something like this Sewri rice. No, it was my fault. I convinced him to follow me. Even though the librarian told us to stay out. A miss appointed. In you, Holly, I expected better. Sorry, your highness. I told you she was trouble. She can't even come to the library. Without the building falling down around her conductor. This is between me and Hulley stay out of it. I know I was snooping around where I shouldn't have been, but it's not entirely my fault. Some of these books are dangerous. You should have some sort of trained professional who helps out around them. What are librarians if not trained professionals? Oh, yeah. I'm sorry to you too. I forgive you. Well, obvious seems like you've got everything to control I'll leave you to. Now that book idea of you. All right. Nothing here. Nothing here one. What's this the picture on this page looks like Tinseltown? See what this is all about. Appa wish is what you've made. And now you seek the truth. You can find the help you need if you're a worthy sleuth perched atop the.

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"appa" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"appa" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"And I I never considered myself to be a pessimist. But man, there's something wrong with this country right now. And I agree. I feel like I could spend my wheels all day every day trying to in my way point out what I believe to be injustices. But I feel like it's falling on deaf ears which the worst feeling to have yet makes your dad, and it makes me sick. And I I don't want to. I don't wanna think that I'm being APPA Thatta. But it's almost like I'm being forced into an apathy because. I don't know if anything's going to check what's going to what needs to happen to change and. I I mean when I have written these think pieces on racism or white privilege or gun violence, or what have you, right? I'm not writing them for the people that Ardi agree with me. Right. I always been writing them to try to get maybe people on the other side to think a little more critically or to think a little more compassionately about the world. Right. And I'm tired of writing things for those people. Yeah. Honestly, I think that's what it is. Yep. But it makes but then I feel guilty for being silent. Yes. I totally get it. I totally get it. And I don't know. It's so frustrating. I sometimes I really feel like the eighty having this increase of anxiety over the past couple of months is just all revolving around this. Oh, I absolutely think. But like, what do you trout it out because they are, and it's horrible. And it's everywhere. It's everywhere. It's everywhere in their Stronach's election was smack dab in the middle of my separation for my husband, they happen concurrently. And I just remember thinking like the whole bottom just fell out like my personal bottom fell out and the world bottom just fell out. Yeah. You know, like, yeah. Yeah. It's a low level for everyone. It's it's gotta be if it's not want to know what these people are on are there to how can you not? I find it. So interesting that I had this grouping of people right on my Instagram that are that are following me for me. Right. So this I'm not I'm not broadcasting to the general public. I'm broadcasting two mostly women who were around my age that are educated. You know, it's berry this group. Right..

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"appa" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"appa" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"With that product is designed specifically for making repairs to old plaster, walls and it confused on drywall Iraq as well. But it's it's designed to be an elastomer. Patch will move with the wall as those hold houses, we kind of moving in that plaster and very flexible, by the way. Exactly, exactly. But the problem is those who all over somebody's door and one of those old houses or they claim the window to hard that plaster disagrees with that up. Splitting open and creek is a product that specifically designed to make flexible repairs to those cracks so rather than filling it in with the joint compound or something that gets rock-hard again. Right. Crack code is. It's an acrylic with polyester mash and use those two items together and actually create a bridge over the top of that crack and that bridge remains flexible with the wall. Comes through and slams the door again. So this is going to hide the crack it's gonna going to cover that up, and it's going to prevent that crack from reappearing again. Yeah, that's a product that's been around the while. And the restoration businesses that available in local hardware stores too. Well, that is also available to the east distribution sort of ask your locally store to get that in for. Yes. They don't have it already. The larger quantities are available. If you're a pro or if you've got a lot of a lot of cracks in an old house. You've got hundreds of feet of cracks in the near old. Sure. Taurean home or something like that the larger quantities? Go to APPA, try.

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Wayapa Wuurrk - From Self Care to World Repair

The Flow Artists Podcast

04:24 min | 2 years ago

Wayapa Wuurrk - From Self Care to World Repair

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"appa" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"appa" Discussed on KSRO

"Live auction. Empathizing wine festival it's not by, region capitalist, lovely city letter. Cruz, county Against the infidel, of the, folk, are hosting the IRA in APPA but they're talking about story. Through. Napa Valley Fidel Dan they just? Had one just a couple. Of, weeks ago. With snow mom at client seller so this is. The one year for Napa celebrating. Zinfandel Napa and. That's going to be fantastic event on the twenty second terrific how was the one. Wanna climb, will you have chess or yes I was there was a beautiful day because we'll Cline cellars it's kind of like an oasis they're in Carneiro, so? The plenty of trees. And water features around and it was a, good crowd but. Boy I'll, tell you. Having this big event at COPA, in. Napa is, going to be a couple of steps up above what they did a Klein right it's a, great facility I don't, know if you've. Been to it they have reopened but yeah, you're right It's a lovely the Bill at? The end of big right. Chen, again at. Dive in Napa Valley of Miguel not necessarily well. Known for you know what people. Think of Napa. Valley the great but they make pretty great v adult certainly yes well I hope. You can, understand her okay we didn't have the best phone signal Nancy light of the wine institute we'll talk more about some of the events happening in, the? Month of September as. We celebrate California wine month like grape.

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"appa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"appa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The KYW breakfast briefing Scott Thompson on the she would again kind of fish farming police in Camden. Please bear with me. On trying to give you as much information. As I can say they're looking for the gunman who shot two detectives ambushed in their car in an unmarked vehicle sitting. At a red light and the city of Camden they were essentially ambushed two officers are here at Cooper. University hospital the, male walked, up and. Began opening fire. At anywhere between ten, and twenty five rounds of a fired at the officer one detective was shot in, the arm twice the other ones in the. Hands aspects then fled the area The news watch never stops seventeen year old female she was home alone robbers break into a south. Philadelphia home assaulted teen and then make off with two safes containing a large amount of cash and jewelry More solid starting pitching by your Philly APPA Vada, pitches his way out of trouble the diamond backs as they remain in purse place News all the time digging up hold cases, literally it's given these victims of long for dine about at least a one shot project. Aimed to help solve decades-old murders in Philly and what your talking about the president is still dealing with the fallout from his disastrous Twitter confession that his campaign colluded with the Russians in. Trump Tower when he admitted that the meeting was. About getting dirt on Hillary Clinton from. The Russians which I know is only crime if you enforce the laws, of the United, States Trump's lawyers weren't happy. About this confession now the president is being. Launched to stop tweeting on the Trump Tower meeting Trump was I wasn't. Gonna but now you're telling me not to it's all I can think about That's your KYW breakfast briefing His time six oh to.

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WHM podcast explains the plot of Armageddon

We Hate Movies

04:46 min | 2 years ago

WHM podcast explains the plot of Armageddon

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"appa" Discussed on Dispositivo Sonoro

Dispositivo Sonoro

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"appa" Discussed on Dispositivo Sonoro

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San Diego judge urges officials to meet family reunification deadlines

RMWorld Travel Connection

05:08 min | 2 years ago

San Diego judge urges officials to meet family reunification deadlines

"Under arrest accused of planning to set his building on fire and burned jews miami beach police say seventy two year old walter edwards stoler was facing eviction and was angry with his jewish neighbors now he's charged with attempted murder after detectives found twenty eight containers of gasoline and explosive materials inside his storage unit local news reports please acted on a tip thursday and fans doper in the parking garage appa condo complex moving to plastic containers of gasoline the also found gasoline filled containers in the garbage chute dumpster and discovered artifacts with swastikas and books of nazi ideology inside the residence and arrest report says stopper told detectives he was planning a small barbecue a federal judge in san diego says the trump administration is making significant progress in complying with a court order to reunite children separated from their families on the us mexican border fox's dance springer judge dana soubra said the government is working in good faith and has largely complied with a deadline last wednesday to have all all kids under five reunited with their parents now the administration has twelve days to reunite the five to seventeen year olds with their parents the goal is to reconnect two hundred kids a day with a parent or guardian but to do that workers in the health and human services department we'll have to cut a few corners doj attorney sarah fabian said to meet the deadline hhs has scaled back the process of confirming parentage and we have limited the number of ice facilities where unification's will occur the plan to reunify two hundred children each day age five or older began this weekend the trump administration has until july twenty sixth to reunite all of those children taking it to the people rhode island governor gina raimondo is holding summer office hours at the beach she also plans to sign an executive order to reduce single use plastics i'm an carrick fox news radio partly cloudy skies this evening throughout the area with for low around seventy four tomorrow your sunday mix of clouds and sun early on cloudy later in the day mightiest shower thunderstorm ninety five by monday good makes the sunshine and clouds a little bit of both high ninety five tuesday showers thunderstorms later in the day highs lower nineties for lows lower seventies i'm craig ross from the weather channel four talkradio six eighty wcbs the views and opinions you hear on talkradio six eighty wcbs wcbmcom are not necessarily those of the owners spanish employers and advertisers of wc but they should be broadcasting live from the wcbs safe retirement solutions studios call rodber roy at four ten to sixteen eleven twenty on the web at safe retirement solutions dot com test.

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"appa" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"appa" Discussed on Toure Show

"I know you only got seventy dollars where is it because i got because that was also the band tech you know so every time and appa go out i had sort of electric electric you know my dad was an engineer so he taught me about electric so i'd fix stuff and all that so i would make speakers working so so you know i am was almost electrocuted myself because i had to wire my because my core was broke so i had i had to wire the wire on the inside to the to this thing that you hook it on was broken so i had wire on the inside of the amplifier so some thinking if we got money maybe we need maybe it's time to buy me an apple five so and that's why i was trying to propose equal never come up with the money so we got into an argument and eventually got into a little tussle and so it was like something and that's what i was thinking okay that's right around the time when i ran into moore's that that easier to yeah i mean i guess i'm trying to get at just sort of how prince developed musically and personally to go from the shy person who you met to somebody who was you know we'll think about it i mean i think i already told you that earlier in this conversation it's like he parachuted into crossroads of dysfunction with all the different characters and personalities in my family i mean those are the people that made me kind of the kind of person that i am you know and after a while i mean these are very dynamic you know people i mean without them i it's hard for me to speculate because who knows but i know i wouldn't be the person that i am you know and that's just being straight up honest and i can't imagine that you know if prince would say or could say or whatever you know you can't be around my brother sunny and not the influence you can't be around my brother eddie and any managing for a while and not be influenced you can't be around my sister's especially my older sister and not be influenced you can't be around my mom not be influence you can't be around the characters that came into our house.

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 Cervantes wins fight to stay on Democratic ballot for governor

Bob Clark

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Cervantes wins fight to stay on Democratic ballot for governor

"Help is needed for zona it's about public safety now there are four states on this border texas new mexico is similarly positive response governor jerry brown of california who a democrat a little more lukewarm nick watt reporting maradona meanwhile apd wants to get out of sending officers in the national guard down south to help secure the border with mexico citing the fact that apd seriously shortstaffed a spokesman says setting officers and the national guard to the border could be a potential public safety risk for the city they're asking governor martinez to exempt apd from this a spokesman at the governor's office says martinez will work with the feds to decide the tasks and support levels needed well here's the latest on the legal battle between two democratic candidates for governor the albuquerque journal reports a judge has dismissed jeff appa dhaka's lawsuit to keep joseph montas name off the june primary ballots up upper dhaka claim savant is didn't collect enough petition signatures but the judge ruled apodaca hadn't properly delivered a legal notice to everyone involved in the case of a daca says he'll appeal to the.

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Review: 2018 iPad with Apple Pencil support might replace your iPad Pro

Upgrade

01:50 min | 2 years ago

Review: 2018 iPad with Apple Pencil support might replace your iPad Pro

"Love it great i we have a question from jeff jeff wants to know do you think something like the logitech crayon come to an iphone model in the future so i have a couple of about this one i am just waiting for the logitech crown go on sale generally now because people seem so excited about it i think some point there's going to be like this which comes out to the masses we'll have to wait and see and i mean i was on the books of predicting that the iphone time would have appa pencil support i still think it will happen in the future do you yeah i think it's inevitable that it will happen the question is what form will take and is apple is the crayon a hint that apple pencil may change and how apple's approach to writing may change and i don't know a crown uses a different system it's not bluetooth it's a single radio frequency it doesn't pair instead it's proximity based so you can use that cray on an ipad and literally just move it over to another ipad right on it and it totally works which apple pencil is does that because i have to apple pencils i was like i just have one and so it could be that people are like oh well you know why does it only work with this one ipad not at the all the other i've had pros and the answer is because they're using this new technology and it it wouldn't shock me if it if they might be doing that for other devices to down the road and if they do that yeah maybe maybe that's the thing that they could put in an iphone i wouldn't wouldn't surprise me and they're going to have if this i phoned ten plus israel where it's even larger than the iphone ten that would be potentially a natural for a for some sort of optional stylus input.

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"appa" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"appa" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"When talking to alexa now freya you know i mean that i will say this i mean this is basically just a nettie rucks in a horrific exactly that like what to put an amazon alexa in a direct spend your call it a day when they came out of came out with the the show that when correctly epoca's they said yeah like you can use it as a as a baby monitor it had an ankle help it up and so pictured you'd have to put your kid in one of those nets they keep this stuffed animals enough on the ceiling but we're not about i i overhead bin or the seat in front of you f i can't remember one of those yes so get this guy's security researcher will shape or discovered that roober had granted undocumented apps features in iowa us allowing it to access screen recording these are undocumented entitlement features with special permissions from apple and according to shapers library of appa binary is uber is only the third is the only third party app granted screen recording entitlement over acknowledge this and said that the entitlement was stated that it was used to improve the screen rendering four the their watch app so why panic yet another to do better story heart of the public trust by the villainous over you're not going to believe a hoover did the barbie why would they have granted that to two over all the well i think this this is one of those as as tom likes to say but bus the opportunities as much as obviously the narrative and rightfully so is therefore to be playing the he'll this is a entitlement was granted when they were building there watch app.

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"appa" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"appa" Discussed on WEEI

"Done the way out of the earth is did a few appa on what this show right now my watching the show i talk about guy step up there under the spotlight gary sanchez's one of those players step up their game is freaking batting directive vitamin a nioc with the bases loaded it's the op is your hitting super bowl is coming bellenger throwing a juiced up all ix of seventy one miles an hour hours jack signed every was a steroid that's the other thoradh something you judge like a natural athlete he's not dealt that powerball come on don't get those so no atrocity no what do you think snow very ravitz told the store twice ice that he they didn't want to draft him because they didn't believe him when he said he was fifteen bright they thought he was like 23 pie was and now i dunno now the against they're like hair weighty 285 sixty something of the hormone dirt obviously goes on to the first round was really entertaining and i'm just kinda just sort of worn out like i get it they can offer and they had he guys ever been to fenway he did not you might say you're a did fenway one was actually kinda cool saadat's not a great example matt them now that was presented right will go i was clean give has liar was clean we had the ball 3000 made it's all right yes they did and at least back then we didn't pretends to care whether they're on steroids in our now i have to get all rightly indignant but i've covered that thing a few times it is bleeping torture for information not nece it last forever at least now they've spent it up a little bit yeah you know with the rice the passage little better the guest rules by far and judge was amazing i mean watch judge leonie opposite field dahmer's 450 regional i'd honored to say was wow you don't get to see those the old rules because they would take those pitches now they swing at them and they hit 'em out yet i do wonder though if you just had a great batting practice pitcher who fruman nothing but inside in high would these guys just hit every ball out by me all the time they don't hit 'em out is when the pitches not in the.

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"appa" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"appa" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"I think basically it would be something like if it was to me too much to myself as a baby would be something like in the low this is what was totally there were no specific rules like the bright lulun try not to hurt people with our nobody said appa's nevitts will you people by being alive killing or maybe you can change that perhaps but like i think the most valuable thing probably icu been told as a baby ascension baby would be at no point in life believed there is a specific thing you should be achieving or during there is no one narrative the the the closer you get to that the bet you've you've nailed you cannot nail life basically i i remind me of the law things will go in unexpected directions disappointments will turn out to have a positive side and good stuff will turnouts career wrong so said the less you can live like this is sort of the living in the moment thing again the more you can live like every and again to come back to their brand will again that is his idea again he he attributed to someone uh this idea of trying to live your life you're listening to piece of music rather than you're running towards the finish line like finished race that's the goal don't see life goal sears peace music there there are bits the going this wipers going about why you don't necessarily now plays turn reacts to life.

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