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"apple corporation" Discussed on Soonish

Soonish

07:50 min | 3 months ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on Soonish

"Now, there's a whole different side to Disney, and that's parks and resorts. And on that side of the business, there's a whole division of the company called imagineering. That's in charge of making sure that the company doesn't get taken by surprise by new technologies. But even there, the company doesn't always succeed. And in the second half of the show, we'll dig into an interesting case study. But before we do that, a word about our sponsor. The persistent innovators is sponsored by pat snap. The connected innovation intelligence company. And their online courseware site, innovation academy. Coming up later in the series, all talk with an executive from pat snap. About how they can help innovative companies understand the R&D and intellectual property landscapes in their fields. And I'll ask them how they think about the challenges of persistent innovation. For now, we just want to say thank you to pat snap for their support. You can learn more at WWW dot pat snap dot com and academy dot pat snap dot com. One of the great things about making a tech podcast is it gives you an excuse to call up people who are your heroes in the innovation world. And ask them to talk about their craft. One of the big treats for me as I reported this episode was, my interview with bran farren. These days, farron is chief creative officer, at a technology studio called applied minds. But I've admired his inventiveness and his da Vinci esque resume. Ever since I read an epic New Yorker profile of him back in 1997. When ferrin was at Disney. I'll link to that piece in the show notes. As that article explains, farron got his start in lighting design for rock concerts. But his work gradually expanded into visual effects for stage shows and movies. As well as documentary filmmaking, and museum design. In 1993, Disney's president, Frank wells, and its CEO, Michael eisner, decided to buy Ferrand's production company and make him president of research and development at Walt Disney imagineering. My charter was help invent the future of The Walt Disney Company, the notion was based at imagineering because that's where a large percentage of the technical innovation happened on a regular basis, which was fine with me. And you know, I mean the pitch that eisner and wells made is that we can give you a bigger sandbox to play in. The roots of the imaginary division stretch back to 1952. When Walt Disney set up an engineering company called we D enterprises, for Walter Elias Disney. To help design and build Disneyland. In 1986, the company renamed that unit Walt Disney imagineering. And by the 1990s, it had outgrown its sole focus on the theme parks and morphed into something more like the R&D lab for the whole company. Outside of filmmaking. Part of the challenge was defining what my job was, which was actually part of my responsibility. So there was this thing called the Internet that was starting to become public. I had an Internet account when I was at MIT in 1970, but let's put it this way. No executive in The Walt Disney Company when I was there had a computer in their office. And I know because I bought the first computers for Michael and for sandy litvak and for the key people in the company to just start to understand this new thing called the Internet. And so our job was to actually look out years into the future. And we had proposed a series of quite novel things to move Disney forward. The first one was the fellows program, which was designed to get the best and brightest and most innovative talent that is traditionally thought of as being Silicon Valley or the high technology world and get them to come to Disney. And so we hired Marvin minsky, the father of artificial intelligence, Danny hillis, who later became my partner and applied minds, whose again was one of the lead thinkers in supercomputing and massively parallel machine architectures. Seymour papert who was a pioneer in application of computers to education in children. And you know, as we built this, Alan cage joined Ellen, was CTO at Apple corporation at the time that I talked to him. And he had been the CTO at Atari and was a pioneer in Alan also invented the concept of the personal computer called the dynabook at Xerox Parc. So these were all people who had the technical expertise, but were all really top creative thinkers known for their ability to think in multi dimensional ways and not accept the status quo. So that was sort of one side of it. Then other side of it was building an enhanced corporate research and development activity whose job it was much like darpa to avoid surprise and the way you do that is to be out in front. Ferrin was at imagineering for ten years from 1993 to 2003. And he says his imagineers divided their time between projects that would have an obvious near term payoff, and others that might never earn a cent for the company. On the near term side, they designed and built innovative new theme park attractions, like the tower of terror at Disney's Hollywood studios, and the test track slot car ride at Epcot. On the more blue sky research side, imagineers explored totally new kinds of communication and storytelling technologies. They built one of the world's first digital cinema projectors. They created demos, showing how television might become more interactive. Long before iTunes or Spotify. They experimented with direct music delivery into the home. Farron says the goal wasn't to deliver fully formed products, but just to show the larger company, where technology was going. He even proposed building a virtual world called Disney space that sounds today like it was ripped right out of the matrix or ready player one. I wrote a white paper on this saying that we're going to blur the lines between what a theme park is in the physical world and what you could do in the virtual world. So you will meet people online and then extend that relationship by meeting them and their families in the park and then take those relationships and bring them back home. And this was obvious to me that it had to go in this direction. I thought this should take three to 5 years to get done. And it's just what everyone's talking about now with metaverses and all of that other stuff. So I've been consistently wrong at how long it takes the world to actually get around to doing some of this stuff, but we were actually pretty right about where that was happening. What Disney was doing with imagineering used to be pretty common in corporate America. Nowadays, not so much. Lots of big companies used to create isolated divisions, like Lockheed's famous skunk works, where the whole idea was that researchers could get more creative if you dialed up their autonomy and dialed down the bureaucratic requirements. I'm not sure whether it would be fair to call imagineering a skunkworks exactly because it's pretty big and it's a pretty major division and serves many, many customers within Disney, but in a way, it's a skunk works as a protected place for innovation. I wondered if you could speak a little bit about whether you feel like that's necessarily the best way to make sure that a company has a vision of the future and that it's ahead of its competitors. Or are there by contrast are there ways to.

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"apple corporation" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The access of individuals to illegal guns. The shooting coming a few days after a woman was killed and nine others were injured when two men opened fire on a group standing on a sidewalk. Several mass shootings over the weekend have stoked concerns about Spike in US gun violence heading into the summer as coronavirus restrictions ease and more people are free to socialize. Mayor Lightfoot There was one of 27 mayors to sign a letter to President Biden from the United States Conference of Mayors urging immediate action to combat gun violence in the Flood of illegal guns pouring into their cities. Some of them held a news conference on Tuesday, urging Washington to do more. We need leaders in Washington to wake up to this crisis. Wake up. Imagine if we were as focused on access to counselling as we are with access to carrying a gun. Helping end gun violence means changing the choices. People made people who are hurting without hope and think violence is the only means available to them. Law enforcement can do a lot. But we as a community have got to start valuing the lives and unequal opportunity that our cities live with every single day, most likely recognizing there's little chance Congress will pass much of the legislation they support. The mayor's asked the president Take as many executive steps as he can that don't require congressional approval. The Senate unanimously passing a bill that would make Juneteenth the federal holiday. Juneteenth, of course, commemorates the end of slavery in the US when the last enslaved people in Texas finally learned they were free. First celebrated in 18 65. Today. Most states recognize it Juneteenth as a holiday. The bill is also expected to pass in the House Senator Ron Johnson blocked an earlier attempt saying there Wasn't enough debate and federal employees didn't need another day off. He folded ahead of Tuesday's vote, saying nobody wanted to discuss the matter with him. Former Republican congressman Dana Rohrabacher is confirmed to the Portland Press Herald. But he was at the Capitol during the January 6th riot. Rohrabacher admitted it after capital Hunter shared his photo on Twitter. He says he marched because he believed the lie that the election was stolen. Known for his strong support of former President Trump and the Kremlin, even once defending Russian hacking in the election from the House floor. In 2016. House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy was recorded as saying. Quote. There are two people. I think Putin pays Rohrbacher and Trump Rohrbacher claims the leftist provocateurs started the capital Riot. That's a quote. Not the pro trump mob that stormed the building. Meanwhile, FBI Director Christopher Wray was on Capitol Hill Tuesday, testifying before the House Oversight Committee on January 6th and the failures one topic that came up the revelation that the Justice Department under the Trump Administration subpoenaed Apple for data belonging to top House Democrats. Intel Committee Democrat Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell as well. Democrats have demanded hearings on the matter with testimony from Bill Barr and Jeff Sessions. We recently learned from Al Apple Corporation that in early 2018, the company received a subpoena. Including a federal gag order requesting electronic metadata related to House intelligence Committee members, staffers and family members. This is in connection with a D a DOJ leak investigation. You've heard about this investigation and the subpoenas? Correct? I've been reading about them in the press. Yes, well, CNN reports quote the leak. Hunt began when the FBI Sent a subpoena to Apple in February. 2018. You don't dispute that report. Correct. I really can't discuss the specific investigations. I really don't want to get out in front of the Justice Department on this, you know, decisions about in is to really best directed and the FBI interviewed witnesses in connection with this leak investigation. Correct again, sir. I really can't discuss any specific investigation. I'm not asking you to discuss discuss any specifics of the investigation, But the FBI was involved with these investigations correct when there are leak investigations. Typically, the FBI is investigative agency. Good. That's the That's what we thought the FBI was involved with this investigation. Now, sir, And this is during the time that you are the FBI director. Did you ever discussed the apple subpoenas with Jeff? Sessions? Congressman, I understand the question. I really don't want to get out of the Justice Department on this. As you know, the attorney. You're just being asked a simple Yes Or no question. Did you discuss the leak investigation with Jeff sessions? Congressman again Respectfully. I'm not trying to be difficult here. But the inspector general has been asked to look into this. I have a very good sir, You're being evasive Specters. These are yes or no questions, Sir, You're under oath. These are yes or no simple questions. That we need to get to the bottom of serving these secret subpoenas to collect records on members of Congress is something we'd expect in Putin's Russia. The Justice Department right now struggling to contain the fallout over revelations that confiscated phone data from House Democrats and reporters as part of an aggressive investigation into leaks. The disclosure is also forcing the Biden administration to wade back into a fight with And their predecessors. House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy suggested that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi should strip representative Ilhan Omar over House Foreign Affairs Committee assignment. It follows the Minnesota representatives, controversial comments comparing war crimes committed by the US and Israel to Hamas and the Taliban. McCarthy stopped short of threatening a vote to censure Omar or remove her from the committee. But he did warn that Republicans could kick her off later if they retake control of the House next year. Separately, representative Jim Banks reportedly led an effort to center Omar. Republicans are reportedly discussed that earlier this week On a lighter note. This morning of painting, purchased for less than five bucks at a Canadian thrift store is now up for auction after the artist was identified as David Bowie. Auctioneer Callie Abbott said the painting was purchased for $4.9 from a donation center for household goods and South River, Ontario, subsequently discovered to have been painted by Boeing. 1997, the auction house, said the painting titled D had. Xlv is part of a series the singer created in the mid nineties. The the painting is being sold as part of Cali, Abbott's international art online auction. It's expected to fetch a high bit of anywhere from 9000 to 12 Grant. They say the suggestion for some of the paintings Boeing drew inspiration from the Ziggy Stardust era. So Quite a find Quite a fine $4.9 and You're probably looking at about making 12 grand off of that. Take us with you. Wherever you go. Download the talk stream Live free mobile app reach out to yours truly, anytime across the board on social media..

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A Ouija board mystery

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:55 min | 1 year ago

A Ouija board mystery

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. Heiner host kit chrome in my month-long search our investigation into different forms of nation. I touched on the wage board last friday. And almost as a cautionary tale and immediately received some emails. Asking me to back that up. So i put it to my team of urban legend writers to come up with some information. That was something. I can validate with police. A names and numbers and read over this podcast so here. It is in the small seaside town of dungeness bay. The bodies of seventy five year old eric ward and his seventy two year old wife. Mildred were found on the beach without a mark on either body. The clothes were soaked with seawater. The autopsy report indicated. The water was found in their lungs. The bodies were discovered by a jogger who tracks were the only ones found on the beach when the police arrived locals testified that the couple were often seen walking the beach. at twilight. The couple's adult son clayton ward. Came up from california that after three weeks of intense investigation no suspects were revealed and clayton had to get back to his job as a technology specialist for the silicon valley giant apple but his parting comment to the dungeon is bay. Police was that when he returned he'd be able to identify the murder of his parents in eighteen. Ninety one the patent was granted to elijah bond for the we g board but one of the first mentions of the review board used was in asia around eleven hundred. Ad and historical document documents from that era but the design we know today was based on the talking boards of ohio produced by kennard six months after his first visit to dungeness baked clayton more restrictions on the list of clues. He assured police that if followed would lead them to the murderer of his parents. Seven days later after following the various clues. The police brought in steve hawks. The grounds keeper employed by the wards who under intense interrogation confessed to the drowning of the couple. He claimed that eric had kept a large amount of cash in a safe that he planned on taking. He was however unable to explain how he was going to get into the safe. When asked by the police where he got the clues clayton more replied that he belonged to a small group that used the ouija board to solve crimes and that when his father was contacted his father's spirit told him steve had knocked him unconscious and then dragged him into the waves thinking they would be washed out to sea where they would drown but he was unaware that it was low. Tide and they'd be washed up on the beach with the changing tide. He further toll clayton that. If the police went to steve's house they would find the bloody tire iron news to knock him unconscious. Clayton return to california but when police attempted to contact him with further questions about the clues they found his address was nonexistent. Phone number disconnected no record of employment at the apple corporation. Then investigator that was brought in on the case discovered that eric and ward owned a ouija board and from journal they cap learn that they were often the host of the spirit calling itself. Dozo now we g board users will tell you that. Zoe is the demon spirit of the ouija board that sometimes he becomes protective of those that. Hold the open through the board that allows him to enter this world. Where the wards holding the door open for a demon spirit that manifested into the image of a protective son that never existed and when they were murdered by their grounds keeper was a door that allowed so to pass back and forth between this world and is shut. In which world is he

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"apple corporation" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Almost strength, Admiral. Fast. You have a guide Mark Levin calling now at 877 create 13811, the Apple Corporation. Ladies and gentlemen, also in Silicon Valley. Relies really for its survival on the communist regime in China. It's a regime that has massive concentration camps. It is a regime that is involved in sterilization, abortions, torture, rape murder. It is a regime that wishes to take over militarily economically, geopolitically. The world and pushed the United States aside is a grave threat. We have these corporations. That relying on communist China Get these same corporations and Silicon Valley are targeting conservatives in the United States. They're targeting the president of the United States. They're targeting certain senators in the United States, and they're targeting small entrepreneurial. Competitors. To try to destroy them. They're worse than John Rockefeller ever was because John Rockefeller actually produce something. That was useful and productive in this country, and he didn't seek the control speech communication. Now Apple is stepping in as I speak to provide support and protection for another one of its monopoly sisters, and that would be Twitter. Apple is now trying to destroy Parlor. Millions of you are now moving tonight from Twitter to parlor. Have suspended my account on Twitter. I have left Facebook. I am trying to help build parlor as an alternative to these fascistic Silicon Valley companies speech. Competition, engagement ideas. That's what matters, not censorship, control and scarlet letters now to tell us exactly what's going on right now. Right now, as I speak. This is breaking with apple and parlor. I my friend Dan Bongino. He is a owns a tiny little sliver of parlor. But He's alerted me that what's taking place and it's now starting to spread all over the country. What is it, Dan? How are you, My friend? Huh? Not good, Mark. You don't really mean everything You said there is accurate. I mean, these social media platforms have become the new Public square. It's where people go to talk and exchange ideas. Some of the talk is unpleasant. Granted, but a parlor. We've always had a You know the principal. There has always been if you know if you can say it in Times Square and yell it out legally. Then you should be able to say it on a platform, you know, not all speeches comfortable. So long story Short is we got a notice from Apple seemingly randomly out of nowhere, basically threatening to take a rap off the APP store, which would really hurt the company badly. Because we're not engaging in draconian speech policing policies, and the irony mark of this whole thing is As everybody knows, with section 2 30 their platforms and publishers in New York Times is liable for its content for this, a publisher, a platform that's neutral, like parlor were not responsible for all our content, because we're not a surveillance platform. We don't serve a lever. Thing of all The great irony is Apple is now saying to us that you're responsible for everything every period in every semi colon. On your platform, which is that's not what the law says it all. I mean, Mark, this is dangerous stuff, because think about it. Granted, this is not a First Amendment argument. I want to be crystal clear on that. But I want to be even more crystal clear about this. This is even more dangerous than a government censorship article. You know why Mark Because you was a lawyer? No, this If you're arrested by the government or fined by the government, or there's some kind of action taken against you. There is a legal process you have to be seen before a magistrate. In some cases, you're entitled to a hearing about even a speeding ticket. When Apple comes for you and says we're pulling you down. That's it. It's over. This is more dangerous than a friend. What are they telling you? They're blackmailing you. They're saying Either you become an editor like Twitter. And ban the president and ban anybody who we think should be banned. We at Apple, and they don't even own Harley. They're just saying, if you don't do what we tell you to do We're going to destroy you. That is exactly what is happening. They want us to engage in draconian delish in policies Granted, is there unquestionably bad content? That that that people aren't gonna like on parlor. But we have terms of service for that, mark. You can't incite violence on our platform. You can't go on our platform and legally and engaged in illegal. Let me let me just stop you, Dan. Let me just stop you with this. No defense here. This is a company that does business. The regime that has concentration camps like the Nazis. That slaughters Muslims. Rapes, women that tortures people forced sterilization of the bush. We don't need moral lecturing from apple about it any damn thing that goes on on social media. Period. Who the hell do they think they are sitting there in Silicon Valley? Multi millionaires, billionaires and the glass offices, deciding they don't like what parlors doing and let's be honest and Bongino Parlor's been under attack by The New York Times. Part has been under attack by The Washington Post Parlor's been under attack by all these frauds who claim they support speech and the free exercise of the press, and they do not They do not. They have a totalitarian mindset, so people go out and they start their own platforms. This is what we said, Right? Let's have competition. And what do they say? Parley? You getting a little too big for your britches? So we're going to destroy you? The duel we tell you to do you either conduct yourself like Twitter. And you embrace Twitter's politics or we're going to destroy you. Isn't that the bottom line? Mark. Yeah, I mean, no. One son's. How do you add to that? But what you said about that there's no need for moralizing from Apple and Twitter is correct Mark. Twitter has a post up from China right now. Bragging about the forced sterilization of Muslim leaguers. They have posts up by the Iranian mullahs is sanctioning genocide Twitter and we're getting a lecture from Apple, about a couple of idiots who posted some nonsense, which was by the way was taken off a parlor. Immediately because it violated our terms of service. We're getting a lecture. I mean, are you insane? What kind of world do we live in? You understand? Like what? Dark territory. We're entering now where? We're gonna have to communicate his conservative the A carrier pigeon soon. I mean, we're gonna have to deliver handwritten messages to each other could dare. What are we gonna have speaking Let me tell you what's coming next, Dan Bongino. Radio. They're going to come after conservative host when they can radio. I believe this. I've no evidence for it or what I believe. They're gonna come after authorities started markets. I have a show myself as you know, and Sadly, it's already it's already started. And it's this folks. If you think for a second that love in eyes out there, listening to the show, If you think for a moment, I'm just going to sit this one out. This fight isn't coming to my door. You are insane. I have been mourning about this for four years. I know your audience is smart and doesn't think that but there are some who think they can sit this out. You can't I'm telling you. It's only a matter of time before that pro Trump Post you put on Facebook three years ago it sent to your employer in your canceled too. If you allow this to continue, and we don't draw the line, you're next. All of you that I want to strongly. I want a strong go ahead. Just because this is this is unprincipled Revolutions have always end badly throughout human history. Famous last words in the French revolution before the guillotine was yours. Where? Hey, I thought I was on your side. There are no sides in un principled revolutions. None and that's what I want. I want everybody listening to this program right now. All of the nights and I know we're crashing the parlor system, but let's get in there. To get into parlors quickly as possible. It's at Mark Levin show Parlor..

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"apple corporation" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And I every day seven AM here weekdays. My friend J. Hughes, who's an executive with the Apple Corporation. I know Pat Hughes. Very well, Jay. I'm going to take on any off because I'm sleeping there. The Cubs ring around like little school Children. They've won the world Syriza's Oh, wow, God. How about that Danny? He is a highly compensated executive with the Apple Corporation because he's awesome. J U says, Listen to you and Jay Hood on the You Make the call segment grow make the call Harry grew above is supposed to call or text when they drop off your food at the door. I had a delivery leave the food at the door for 40 minutes with no collar taxed by the time I figured it out and went out to the door. Ah family of raccoons were enjoying my fried rice and Korean barbecue. You win so great. It's such like at least text me. Let me know you're out there bad. That's unbelievable. The record was like, hey met Greg, who was like Yeah, it's cool Band. It was a sweet sour. Exactly. There's no in the hot mustard here like that's that's something, man. You just want to be contacted. That's happened to me a couple times. How's the Herald just sitting out there in the rain? Did you leave a bag of chips stuff now? I didn't know I was here. No one texted me. Damn it. My fault. All right, back to the phones, 3123323776. Nick. In the hills. Hey, Nick. Hey, guys, How's it going, Nick? So I just wanted to share something with you. I'm hearing all this stuff about tipping it in the last call that you have. Or the guy was upset about the fact that you had to tip in advance of getting Of the service that you were getting the irony of this. Is that Chip is an acronym. Or to insure prompt service. The premises. You are supposed to be true. Yeah. Really? I never heard that. All right. J r. Yeah. Yes, that is true. So what's the ultimate point, Nick? The point is that you're supposed to chip And let them know. Hey, listen, I'm I'm gonna give you a good tip so that you make sure you take care of me. And it's gotten backwards and out because to the point you guys didn't even know that that was what it stood for. I just figured it was for good. So good job. Well done. Yeah. That's what it means. We know you don't need to know the acronym to know what it means. Louis, right, But it s so you're kipping after the fact to ensure prompt service. Well, you tip after the fact that you go Yeah, it was a good experience. My waitress took care of me or my delivery driver, Gal. Whatever it is I agree, 100%, but that's not the way the whole thing was set up to begin with. To ensure prompt service. All right, Okay, let's go back to the phones. Bob is in Saint Charles, Illinois. Roberto, what's up? Sparkles? Hey, Good morning, guys. Hey, couple comments. First. I lived in Long Island most of my life and you know, it's funny with traffic. You'd be hard pressed to take that long, however, if he was coming from another customer on the other side, you know, let's just say, 15 minutes in the other direction, so I think it's where you where she started from. If she started from the restaurant, she's probably exaggerating. If you start it from someplace else in a different direction, Maybe not. Yeah, but it doesn't matter that she shouldn't have accepted the delivery. No question, But here's the final common. I have, guys. Um You know, uber or left, Right? You tip after So if he's delivery companies wanted to, they certainly could set this system up where you kept after the service, because obviously can be done. Point. Appreciate it other way. You didn't pick up any of your mom's accent. I did not because she's from Long Island from Brooklyn. You pick up any of that didn't pick up any of it, and friends of mine would say. Why your mom has such a New York accent like? No, she doesn't. Yeah. And then I asked her to say, corner corner. I'm like I guess you do. Yeah. Yeah, well, she didn't sound like she's some Schomburg right now. So that's as I was wondering like you've got another. You got all your dad's accent, all of it Pure Chicago X's Robert is in Elgin. Hey, Robert. What's up, Sparky? I don't know what's going on with that last guy, but it's sure to ensure starts with an E. So I'm not sure how that could be an acronym unless he's putting insurance on his like service or something, and sure looking at it on Google. To insure I am as you are a prompt this. Yeah, It's just something. I know a lot of contacts, then I'm not following that with my literary This is this. I'm not thinking that I'll let you guys go. But I'm not thinking that at all. Thanks, Robert. Guys. The animal, the online Entomology dictionary, when you put in tip has two things. What is give a small present of money. And that's that goes back to 17 06 and another one goes back to 17 07 Kevin, which means to strike or hit smartly but lightly. Smartly smartly but lightly and it comes from the German word tipping. Like no tipping Pippen. Correct. I understand. I know what that means. So the ensure and Jeff was trying to say that the insurers with an I And not the diet. Drink, ensure exactly that. It's like the vanilla liquid or the chocolate or the chocolate that that I just was cleaning out my late mother's condo and I found a cake she drank and sure because she wasn't eating at the end. My brother who's a doctor would be a mom. You have to drink, ensure the meal supplement. Thank you ensure, But I think the point, though, that color may be correct. We'll have to look into it whether you know to ensure prompt service. But the reality is What? You know what? We're societally. What we're living in tip is obviously taking out a whole new meaning. It has for, you know, well over 100 years now, right? And I like you don't give the tip to ensure prompt service. It's become the to the point where Based on the service. For the most part, that's how people View their tip, right? I'm not alone here. Most people, that's how they view what they're gonna tip Someone. Yeah. If you're just joining us here on Captain Jake, and we're talking about a video that's gone viral where there is a door dash cap. It was door to door Dash lady went to the door of a customer and said, I need to see you face to face and the customers like, Well, why he goes. You gave me a dollar tip and I drove 40 minutes to drop off your food. Now again from Smithtown, New York to come back New York Just based on this Google search here, it's a 12 minute drive. She said she had to get it took 40 correct. He wanted more than eight bucks. And so we're asking you, You make the call. Whose right?.

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"apple corporation" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"With low tonight starts to warm up with some rain. Maybe on Sunday and right now we have 28 in Woodlawn of the Eastern Shore. Stevensville 30 time for L Rush Bow On Monday, Apple announced they're going to spend 2.5 billion of their own dollars to help fix the affordable housing crisis in California. Within hours of this announcement. Democratic presidential candidate Crazy Bernie launched a vicious attack on Apple. Sanders accused Apple private company of hypocrisy he claims of Apple helped create California's housing crisis. Sanders blamed Apple for raking in $800 million in tax subsidies and for keeping a quarter trillion dollars of their profits offshore in order to avoid paying confiscatory taxes in America. People have all kinds of opinions about Apple. But the specific company isn't the point. No American corporation deserves this kind of contempt from Bernie Sanders simply for being successful. The jobs created by Apple corporations have helped fuel the economy the world economy, it provided billions of dollars in tax revenue. Want product or service Is Bernie Sanders ever created to benefit mankind? Absolutely nothing. Yet This unhinged socialist ingrate is slamming a company willing to help California out while he ignores the socialist policies that are ruining that state. This is classic crazy and by the way, Crazy Bernie. The profit that apple makes Is there money? It isn't yours. They earned it and they are very wise to keep it out of your hands. Russia noon,.

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"apple corporation" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Listen idea, the executive producer of the show from one set Don Prior. Saying that his father lost tested positive for this virus. So, yes, so he's away today and I'll be honest with you. I saw that text message late last night and immediately thought it started, you know, Googling symptoms and things like that, and I realized I have colon cancer this morning just from Googling the symptoms. Now he's gonna be fine. He's waiting for test results. And if you want, you could jump in here at 51283605 90. As it begins to milk more likely that Travis County will Interstate five of its covert rest charge schools or having to decide you know what to do next. After the winter break Education Austin is led by Kinsey Orifice. And he tells CBS Austin that he doesn't think there should be any debate about keeping the kids at home. They never thought it would be so difficult for people. Genuinely act. The best interest of people safety in mind. Well, listen, can some people have to go to work? They got no other option out there. They Austin School District, says Stage five would cancel all critical extracurricular activities. The district also says it would consider campus closures if recommended by health officials. And I think health officials will probably recommend at the very least. Ending extracurricular activity. Now we also heard from the Eames Superintendent Tom Leonard spoke with CBS Austin. He hopes they can resume things on campus. Even though the numbers are going up in the area. Our community and our parents are confident with what my staff is doing in the buildings right now. Yeah, So there you go. That's the EADS school district and K. LBJ's Patrick Osborne is with us with some of these numbers that were getting I'd like to update everybody on these numbers that we get in Travis County's hospitalizations Rise another day now up to two, or 320. I see you bad usage has dropped slightly. The active cases have also risen through the week. Since March for 44,381 cases have been confirmed. And right now we only have what 3971 Those cases that are currently active meeting the rest of fully recovered more than 40,000 now, right, just under $40,000 point, but well, but we're probably by by the time we're back here on Monday, it'll probably about that number up in Williamson County. They have 1186 after cases of this virus being reported this morning, which is which is flagged the total of 16,186 cases since March hospitalizations. They climbed to 93, all of Williamson County, which is an increase of eight And overall 15,428 people have fully recovered in Williamson County, and it's worth noting. You know, as you were talking there about stage five and schools and now the Travis County numbers there. I will have to go back and double check this, But I do believe I saw this morning that we have reached that 50 mark for the rolling Seven day average of hospitalizations, which would be the threshold, the benchmark for Travis County to impose those stage five restrictions. I don't At this point, don't think there's any doubt we're gonna hit that. No doubt, you know, it's like the mayor said yesterday that you know all takes one day with 60 cases in the hospital, the Bucks and it's not the kind of news that business owners want to hear. Absolutely not a lot of people still talking about shutting things down. But Governor says no, That's not gonna happen. He doesn't want to do that. We heard from the governor late in the show yesterday. I'm gonna replace some of the audio from from the governors. Communications with the reporters yesterday, coming up in business news at 6 20. Now the other big story this morning is Russian hackers have hit the city of Austin's networks, according to multiple reports from the intercept. The city says it has been hit by a multiple new municipality hack. That has well, they're not confirming or denying it At this point, cybersecurity expert Alexander White spoke with Fox seven news Never. No, no. Hang on a second. That's not anything on here He is. Here he is here. We would most of the high probability in my professional opinion that this is a nation state attack. Yeah, this is this a big deal, But I'll be honest with you. Don tries to keep me on the rails on this kind of conversation. But since he's not here, I'm getting off the rails. Let's go. I truly believe that America has been attacked. Coordinated efforts with China in a virus and Russian hackers and the DNC. I think they kept all of this a secret for many months, Austin kept it secret for months. I'm just curious. Here in Austin was the password defund police. Wasn't that simple Forum. All right, Listen, it is you could jump in 51283605 90. We'll hear from the governor in business news coming up at 6 20 right now 609 in time for the rush. Updates. On Monday, Apple announced they're going to spend 2.5 billion of their own dollars to help fix the affordable housing crisis in California. Within hours of this announcement, Democratic presidential candidate Crazy Bernie launched a vicious attack on Apple. Sanders accused Apple private company of hypocrisy. He claimed that Apple helped create California's housing crisis. Sanders blamed Apple for raking in $800 million in tax subsidies and for keeping a quarter trillion dollars of their profits offshore in order to avoid paying confiscatory taxes in America. People have all kinds of opinions about Apple. But the specific company isn't the point. No American corporation deserves this kind of contempt from Bernie Sanders simply for being successful. The jobs created by Apple corporations have helped fuel the economy the world economy, it provided billions of dollars in tax revenue. One product or.

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"apple corporation" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Anything to help us eat Now, I just need to enjoy this for a minute. I need to wallow in this for a minute. They are violent mob of anarchists. Twentysomethings took over several city blocks and declared an autonomous zone that is cop free. The part of the mob took over the city hall. Beautiful building. I'm sure they desecrated it in myriad ways. They're demanding that you defund the police. So we have mad Max beyond Thunderdome, or, you know, honestly, it is it Z. One of them should have the conch and then they get to speak. It's Lord of the flies with stupid people. They set up this autonomous zone yesterday because they're magnanimous. They invited in the quote unquote homeless people, By the way, you're the homeless people now. I don't know if you people I know you lack self awareness. But now you're the homeless people. You're sleeping on the streets and a cop free zone And you don't have any food. You're the new homeless people. But you're too stupid to know it. OK, and the homeless people we invited took away all the food. It was a 24 hour experiment and socialism and they ran out of food and now They're asking other people. That they don't know to bring them the sustenance. They need to eat for another day. This is socialism in a nutshell. And they're the nuts. Okay? They ran out of food and one day another dependent on strangers. I've always depended on the kindness of strangers. They're depending on the kindness of strangers to bring them tow foodie so they can eat their next meal. Amazing. Just amazing. Now, my friend. Money says, you know, they should pull the plug on the electricity, the water and here this would do it. The cell phone towers should be unplugged on these blocks. The cell phone towers should be should be deactivated. Cut the electricity so they can't charge their iPhones. They're victims of the Apple Corporation. All the electricity so they can't charge him and switch off the cell phone towers, and they'll leave in an hour because it's like a crack addiction for them. They couldn't put down their phones for an hour if their lives depended on it. Brother. They'd rather throw themselves off of a bridge, then give up their cell phones. And if they want to be autonomous, I think that would be a good way They could be, you know, like on agrarian Autonomous Anarchist. Isn't this the money? Python thing? I mean, this is really This is from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. When King Arthur was going through the field with the peasants, and they have what an anarchic collective for something and it was. This is really what they've done to themselves and they've gone belly up in 24 hours. They ran out of food because the homeless people still their food. Now they're the homeless people. And in one day they're socialist experiment died. And the thing is, this is what happens every time it's It's absolutely insane, but it but it is money Python. It's It's who is that it was that Michael Palin, I think and John Cleese in the field on there's some words in there that we can't hear. But it was hilarious stuff..

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"apple corporation" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You see, we're talking about the future, right? And we always stopped. What plan for the future, And we're linking it to that movie from 1966 with Clint Eastwood. The good the bad the ugly and I can't believe I got a year wrong, But I just, you know. Well, you know what? It's amazing that that movie on if you look a picture, you know what I I can relate. Tio Quintus, what ails look like him. You know, I don't look like him. But you could relate. I can relate to him. That's the year My dad was born 1930 All I see Yes. Oh, my dad was so alive today. He'd be 90 years old. Well, which sort of Silla life? Yeah, he's 90. He's 90 and his quality cow to stay. He is quite a character. Yes, I've disappointed like that. I think he's I think he has, like the George Burns philosophy. I can't die on booked, You know? So we're talking about the bad things and bad cases of 2020. And I don't want to be the bad news of barrier. Whatever the hell that Well, we talked about the good nose right? The good case for 2021. But the bad case for 2021 you mentioned in your you got to expect surprises. Yes, on who would have known what would have happened Corona virus when it started in February. Here in United States, so save no one was planning for this. No one was planning for the shutdowns. No one was planning to no longer have a job. Have job abolishment or being from home. Or you know what's so bizarre? Look at it. No one thought you'd ever in your lifetime be told by local governments. Sorry. You can't open a nonessential. You're not essential. Sorry. You cannot allow customers to walk into your establishment. Well, what do you mean on a restaurant? What do you mean? I'm a hardware store. What do you mean? No, Sorry. You can't do it. And something lost been told Some people lost their licenses. Absolutely. And I felt that was a real shame. And they turned off. They got in touch with me. Municipalities. They shut the water off. They shut their electric off. And just hateful. I'm sorry. Yeah, it's it's terrible. There's so many different ways to look at it, but again got to be prepared right. So it has mentioned even with a vaccine, there will likely be long term psychological changes that will shape the behavior off consumers. Just because there's a vaccine doesn't mean everyone is going to take it. Well, How do we know it's going to work? And for a lot of people? A lot of people are of the belief of Trust is not given. Trust is earned. Trust takes time. So there's going to be a bunch of people who say I'm not taking this vaccine until I see how it's going for everybody else, Dave, I'll be honest with you. I don't plan on taking a vaccine. If it came in tomorrow, I'd be on the way up front with Wanda. Yeah, I'm 50 50 right now. You know, we've always been very, very healthy. We took all the correct precautions. You know, talking with my mom last week. The mom should be someone to take the vaccine or age. Yeah, absolutely. She's going to be 92. But anyhow, we were talking about life. I said, Oh, yeah, Mom, Life is really, really exciting. Right now I go to the office. I go to the gas station. I goto Publix. And that's about it Hard story. I'll go to orange there and I go to Alicia and Rachel's now then our two daughters, and that's about it. But this is the life of everyone out there listening. It's been a big big change. So unfortunate Mohr bad news for the case. For 2021. This may happen is with increased remote work and shutting down city centres. We could continue to see a massive shift and how the economy is organized, which could actually, you know, reduce the amount of growth for 2021. Beyond we could have an entirely new growth structure for cos you know, it's kind of like, Look at what happened. Teo, the record store, the record store was killed by the Apple Corporation. Look at what happened to blockbusters. Blockbusters was killed by Netflix. Look at what happened to the Smith. In Corona typewriter. Well, that was killed by Microsoft Business evolves. Business is constantly changing. I liked the first one. Look at what happened to the horse and buggy. Henry Ford put a stop to that. So business is constantly changing, constantly evolving, And we may see an entirely new type of business because of the corona virus and people wanting to from now on work from home and see if I remember my conversations. My nephew ah, little while ago And he works, the Social Security Office Social Security Administration, right. He's a manager, so we manages many offices right in Virginia, and I was shocked to Washington D. C. I was shocked and about how the structure their office opening was not. There is no office opening there. They're taking of course phone calls. And everything is done fax through vaccine and things like that, and e mails and stuff like that. You know when it comes to a retirement plan, just like the Corona virus and just like future pandemics. Heaven forbid, future anything. 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"apple corporation" Discussed on Computer Talk Radio

Computer Talk Radio

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on Computer Talk Radio

"The phone number eight, nerd, eight, eight, that's Eight, eight, eight, six, three, seven, two, three, eight, eight, eight. Or joins now and for the past month of August. He has been doing his best to show. He's not a fan boy. He has been not in some the issues that he has with the various apple products and we've gone through a number of different things and a lot of the different apples stances. And now it's time for him to Chime in on the the biggest one of them on the Apple Corporation. Kind of the and I, know it's hard for you to because. Keith I. Know You do now Benjamin you have stock with apple and. You have been at the S A. Seven shares which come next week will be twenty, eight shares. Yes, I'm sorry I'm sorry a whole four shares next week become twenty shares the new mess. Whatever it is sell. It here's how the work for our first anniversary, which is your paper anniversary. My wife gave me a ceremonial share of one share of apple stock in a printed framed stock certificate beautiful game yet, but it's actually own one share of apple stock well, two years ago they split for for one. So now I own four shares. And then in the last quarterly earnings call, they split again seven times so that four shares will become twenty eight. But of course, you know the the five hundred dollar share value or whatever it is will be diluted by seven times as well. So we'll have to wait for grow again. All right. So Tim Cook brings you into his office he flies you on out because he's got a lot of money to a he brings the on his office says all right Keith what are the three things we need to fix about apple? Well ration- INC itself. Well, the corporation is a company that does things and yeah. one of the things that has affected me personally and a lot of other people in my field as an apple certified consultant. Is there was somebody who was in charge of the Apple Consultants Network, which is a division of apple that is responsible at the retail level. So if you go to an apple store, there's a hey, do you come to my house and Senate my new computer transfer my data for computer build me a wireless network with whatever equipment Yoursel Chances are they're going to tell you know we don't do that. Boom and that's the end of the conversation. If the person is well trained and well versed, they'll say, no, do that. But we partner with apple certified consultants part of the Apple. Consultants. Network and they would either give you the website or afraid or consultant partners to the store, and then the business relations would continue and if it was a symbiotic relationship, the consultant that got the referral would bring the people back to the store when they found the needed other stuff and it worked for everybody, you know the the the the customers got good help the consultants got referrals and. Got The business brought back to the store. So it was very psycho for everybody involved. Well, a couple of years ago the person who was running the apple consultants network. I won't mention their name, but they were doing a wonderful job had a wonderful business relationship with them retired and the person that place them. I don't know whether as them directly or someone else within the chain of command basically decided they were going to clean house the Apple Consultants. That work and list a bunch of people and. Individually. We all thought done. Something wrong. You know we just. GO NATION WE'RE NOT GONNA continue their business relationship. Whatever reason let didn't matter despite because most of us already had good relationships with our clients and good relationships with all the people the retail level anyway. But come to find out that apple's main focus now is focusing on medium to enterprise level business. They want all the big business they weren't fiddling around anymore with all the little guys in their homes and their you know small businesses you know under ten seats, which is my bread and butter, and because of that, they're leaving a lot of money and a lot of business on the table. That they didn't use to and I would go back and make corrections there another thing. Yeah. What's the next thing? That's all it was going to say, what's the next link? Then the next thing is that apple always said Oh we don't care if we cannibalize ipod sales if it's going to be with a product of we make you know and that was what happened the iphone cannibalize the ipod because you can play your music on the Iphone, but the iphone doesn't do that very well ever since I tunes eleven. Everything has been skewed towards apple music selling your subscription. Missing, the boat on the fact that there are still a lot of people out there who will happily pay a buck or a buck twenty, nine song because they want to continue to curate their own music library that they store locally and can transfer manually to the device of their choice and a few months ago there was somebody who came out with him. So annoyed at myself that I missed it because it's one of those things where if you downloaded it, it still have it but once he pulled from the apple store from the. APP Store and you can't get it somebody made a piece of software and APP for the IPHONE that mimicked the look feel and click wheel of the original ipod on the touchscreen of your iphone I would have paid one hundred dollars for that. That's softwares I. It was probably either free or a Bucko but I really really really wish I could have got my hands on that and in the absence of some type of anniversary product to just celebrate the legacy of the IPOD I would like to see them put that on the The APP store people download it, and the other big thing is you used to have a certain level of customization that you could do with the Mac back under oath nine with the platinum and all kinds of other themes it'd be nice. If just the only thing I envy, even it's a wide open apples a walled garden, but you know android is you know android and. Windows you know is just run roughshod over in anybody you know with a fire hose and a blowtorch can come in and do whatever they want. We don't eat a fire oil Zora blow torch. If Check box here and there. customization that you could do to really make these devices more personalized and kind of step out of apple's walled garden because no matter how many people's devices I work on Mac or They'll look the same. Oh, great. We get dark mode. Yon. Yeah. It's a different wallpaper than somebody else has yawn. Yeah. I mean come on like a little more. Yeah. All right. Well, I don't know if tim is going to hear these things but. Does, I love him and keep keep up the good work. But you know, let's pay attention to how we got to where we are now anyway, not just rest on our laurels and forget where we came from. This is Benjamin Rockwell and I'm Keith MC door you're listening to computer talk radio. I'll be back with Martin Winston next yes you will. Serve Hi this is Benjamin Walk, while most of.

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"apple corporation" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Groups and should have her bank account. She was funneling money to her boyfriend. Remember, they set up a company and she was funneling huge sums of money. You're a boyfriend, which is okay, because she's a Democrat. She's protected and wait a minute. A insistence was capitalism and guns and America unsustainable brutality. It's an economy that rewards explosive inequalities. Actually, it's a meritocracy. Is it rewards by the way that apple the Apple Corporation is now worth $2 Trillion, But they're Democrats running it. So its OK its value has doubled that bay for Democrats following along from 1 trillion $2 trillion In a single year. And that's OK because he gives money to the Democrats. So it's all right, she continued, and who organized the historic grassroots campaign to reclaim our democracy in a time when millions claiming that election looking For deep systemic solutions, evictions, unemployment care alone and out of love for all people. That was second, the nomination of Senator Bernard Sanders of Vermont for president of the United States of the funniest part. That's the punch line. Everybody at home was surprised. She adores Bernie standards. Bernie, the Bolshevik that's a socialist. Ooh, inside the Democrat Party capitalism. Evil. America's history and legacy is terrible. We've got an awful record on civil rights and human rights. You've got some Democrats that have some issues that there be some comeuppance for that that that was the.

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"apple corporation" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on KOMO

"Off this morning. Frank Lindsay is at the editor's desk. These are some of our top stories. The federal government has just carried out its second execution. This week, A man named Wesley Perky was put to death in a federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana. This morning. Perkins was 68 years old. He was convicted in 2003 for the rape and murder of a 16 year old girl. He's the second federal inmate executed this week, his attorneys had argued. That he has dementia and should not have been executed. The mayor of Louisville, is being investigated over his handling. In the Briana Taylor case. The Louisville Government oversight Committee unanimously approved an order to investigate Mayor Greg Fisher's administration and the Louisville Police Department. The city says the probe will look at issues surrounding two recent police involved deaths, including the death of Briana Taylor last March. Again. We've had an officer involved shooting this morning in the shoreline area. King County deputy apparently involved in that in a suspect has now died. This happened at the north 175th and Lyndon will be getting more at the top of the hour from comas. Corwin Haig, who has has been at the scene, Twitter was rocked by a massive hacking effort yesterday that affected some of the biggest names on the platform. Names like Obama, Biden, Bezos and Bill Gates, ABC News, Crime and Terrorism analyst Brad Garrett is with me right now. Good morning bread. Good morning, Greg. I would imagine this is rather concerning to you into a lot of people. How could this have happened? The biggest Part of this story, obviously, is that someone actually hacked Twitter. They broke into Twitter, which means they had the encryption keys. They had some means to break through a vulnerability. In Twitter's cyber security system. And so what happened is they were able to control the accounts of people you mentioned. Another folks, uber and apple corporations are also Their Twitter feeds were hacked. So when you get when you got this message of, Hey, I'm feeling grateful. Ah, I will double the payment. If you send me $1000. In other words, you'll get back to $1000. It really was from them as Faras. They're account was concerned. Obviously it wasn't in reality from them, but that's what made this hack so effective. Because if you think about how many people followed Biden and Obama millions, probably That if you send out millions of tweets talking about this money exchange, a few 100 people may bite on it. That's all you really want. So you could make a lot of money in a short period of time. It took Twitter. It looks like to me. A number of hours to figure out a way to shut this down, and they eventually did. But, you know, I think it's sort of scary that somebody actually was able to hack into Twitter since it's really such an important news feed. As we all know, it's also a little scary since we're less than four months away from a major national election. That's something a hack like this could happen. Are you worried about that? Of course. Keep in mind. I don't We don't know, of course, but the attack was probably just by a cyber criminal hacker. Because he or she was going after money. For the money to be sent via Bitcoin. Which is very difficult, if not impossible to track to its ultimate end. So, yeah, if this had been China or Russia or some other state sponsored, my guess is it would have been a different type. But breaking into Twitter would be something classically. They would Attempt to Teo. That's ABC News, Crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett. And coming up here on the comb. Oh, morning news. Money matters with ws. Who's Briana Mickelson? Simple things you can do to make your dollars go further..

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"apple corporation" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on KOMO

"1000 FM, 97 7 Good morning It's 5 46 I'm Greg Herschel. Amanda is enjoying a couple of days off frank lenses of the editor's desk, and these are some of our top stories. The United States this morning has carried out its second federal execution this week. Killing by lethal injection, a Kansas man whose lawyers contended that he had dementia and was unfit to be executed. Wesley Perky, was put to death at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Indiana. He was convicted of kidnapping and killing a 16 year old girl in Kansas City, Missouri. The U. S. Supreme Court has cut the rather President Trump has replaced his campaign manager announcing the Brad par scale is out, and deputy campaign manager Bill Stepien is taking over the top spot. The change comes as Trump falls behind Joe Biden in a number of national and state polls less than four months before election Day, and Biden has opened a double digit lead over Trump in another new poll. Biden, leading by 11 points in an NBC News Wall Street Journal Update. Comeau NEWS time, 5 47 Twitter was rocked by a massive hacking effort yesterday that affected some of the biggest names on the platform. Names like Obama, Biden, Bezos and Bill Gates, ABC News Crime and Terrorism analyst Brad Garrett is with me right now. Good morning bread. Good morning, Greg. I would imagine this is rather concerning to you into a lot of people. How could this have happened? Well, you know, the biggest part of this story, obviously, is that someone actually hacked Twitter. They broke into Twitter, which means they had the encryption keys. They had some means to break through a vulnerability in Twitter's cyber security system. And so what happened is they were able to control the accounts of people you mentioned. And other folks uber and apple corporations are also their Twitter feeds were hacked. So when you get when you got this message of, Hey, I'm feeling grateful. Ah, I will double the payment. If you send me $1000. In other words, you'll get back to $1000. It really was from them as Faras. They're account was concerned. Obviously it wasn't in reality from them, but that's what made this hack so effective. Because if you think about how many people followed Biden and Obama millions, probably That if you send out millions of tweets talking about this money exchange, a few 100 people and they bite on it. That's all you really want. So you could make a lot of money in a short period of time. It took Twitter. It looks like to me. A number of hours to figure out a way to shut this down, eventually did. But, you know, I think it's sort of scary that somebody actually was able to hack into Twitter since it's really such an important news feed. As we all know, it's also a little scary since we're less than four months away from a major national election. That's something a hack like this could happen. Are you worried about that? Of course. Now keep in mind. I don't We don't know, of course, but that this hack was probably just by a cyber criminal hacker. Because he or she was going after money. For the money to be sent via Bitcoin. Which is very difficult, if not impossible to track to its ultimate end. So, yeah, if this had been China or Russia or some other state sponsored, my guess is it would have been a different type. But breaking into Twitter would be something classically. They would Attempt to do All right, bread. We'll keep our eyes and ears Open. One might be a good morning for a body to change their passwords again. ABC news Crime and terrorism analyst.

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The Origins of the Ouija Board

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:12 min | 2 years ago

The Origins of the Ouija Board

"I've been investigating the paranormal world and metaphysical world for the past couple of weeks yesterday. I reviewed rain. Clervoy end and me a psychic and owner of Psychic Boutique here in Ashland Oregon and I asked him a question about a Ouija board. Got a really interesting answer so I thought it would only be appropriate to store in today's podcast about of Ouija board in the small seaside town of Dungeon a spay. The bodies of seventy five year old Eric Warden to seventy two year old life billboard were found on the beach without a mark on either body their clothes were so would sea water. An autopsy reported indicated. That water was found in their lungs. The bodies were discovered by a jogger whose tracks were the only ones found on the beach when the police arrived locals testified that the couple were often seen walking the beach. At twilight. The couple's adult son Clayton Ward. Came up from California but after three weeks of intense investigation no suspects were revealed and Clayton had to get back to his job as technology specialist for the Silicon valley giant apple but his parting comment to the Dungeness Bay. Police was when he returned he'd be able to identify the murder of his parents in eighteen. Ninety one a patent was granted to Elisha bond for the OUIJA board but one of the first mentions of the method used with the Ouija board is found in Asia around eleven hundred eighty in historical documents from that era but the design we know today was based on the talking boards of Ohio produced by Charles Kenner following the American civil war. Mediums did significant business in presumably allowing survivors to contact lost relatives. But talking board would be created named in Baltimore Maryland in eighteen ninety but the use of talking bores was so common in eighteen. Eighty six that. The News reported the phenomena as taking over the spiritualist camps in Ohio. Six months after his first visit to Dungeness Bay Clayton more return with a list of clues. He assured police that if followed would lead them to the murder of his. Paris seven days later after following the various clues. Police brought in Steve Hawks. The grounds keeper employed by the wards who under intense interrogation confessed to the drowning of the couple. He claimed that Eric had kept a large amount of cash in a safe that he planned on taking it. He was unable to explain how he was going to get into the safe. However when asked by the police where he got the clues Clayton Ward replied that he belong to a small group that used the Ouija board to solve crimes and when his father was contacted. His father's spirit told him. Steve had knocked him unconscious and then dragged them into the waves thinking they would be washed to sea where they would drown but he was on a word that it was low tide and they'd be washed up on the beach with the changing tide. Further Toll Clayton that. If the police went to Steve's house they would find the bloody tire. Iron used to knock them unconscious. Clayton returned to California when the police attempted to contact him with further questions about the clues. They found his address. Non-existent phone number disconnected and no record of employment at the Apple Corporation. The investigator that was brought in on the case discovered that Eric Milroy Ward owned a Ouija board and from a journalist kept learned that they were often the host of a spirit called. Zuzu Richie Board users will tell you that Zuzu is that demon spirit of the Ouija board and that sometimes she becomes protective of those of hold the door open through the board that allows him to enter this world. Where the wards holding the door open for a demon spirit that manifested into the image of protective son that never existed and when they were murdered by their grounds keeper was the door that allowed to pass back and between this world his shot. In which world is he

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"apple corporation" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Taking a bite of the Big Apple Pat that's not good on it's not the Big Apple is in New York it's the bigger apple as in apple corporation and that could take a bite out of the financial markets today apple says it won't meet its quarterly revenue forecast because of iPhone supply problems linked to the cold at nineteen disease that's the official name for coronavirus all of apple's manufacturing plants in China are back open but the company still expects supply shortages last month apple projected net sales of up to sixty seven billion dollars for its fiscal second quarter this comes as Wall Street gets back to business after taking presidents day off stock futures are down with Dow futures off by about a hundred forty points Walmart could also be a market mover today and probably in the wrong direction company reports weaker than expected fourth quarter earnings possibly tied to a shorter holiday shopping season in twenty nineteen the oracle of Omaha is famous for spotting good investment and he just bought a chunk of the parent company of king superstores in Colorado he is said to be the third wealthiest man in the world the now Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway according to government disclosures has acquired a two point three percent staking Kroger buff its stake in the Cincinnati based grocery store the second largest in the U. S. comes out to half a billion dollars Kroger share someone increase Friday of six percent during extended hours trading at twenty nine dollars eighty eight cents a share Buffett's investment style described as buying hold is likely to be seen as a vote of confidence in Kroger stock outlook in management strategy I'm Sean Gallagher woes is recalling some ceiling fans that could injure the people who bought them the recall impacts about seventy thousand harbor breeze Santa Ana ceiling fans hundreds of blades of either broken offer completely separated from the fans some customers actually been hit.

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"apple corporation" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"A big issue with my iPhone right now oh my goodness Hey in the box let me tell you what and now I've got a subsequent issue all of my foot pictures and videos have been gone yeah yeah hi message just stopped working one day about midway through the week last week so I took the phone to the apple store yesterday they reset the phone basically and I restored from a backup site all of my pictures all of my videos everything came back then all of a sudden during the last commercial break I'm like wait a second I only have fifty pictures and videos on my phone so I think it all my goodness what's going on so I was just on the phone with customer support from apple they are great leave the folks at the apple store were spectacular it's just that nobody has any idea what this issue is they think my apple ID was compromised so I got booted off the iMessage server and then just couldn't get back on but it's bad a long arduous process fortunately I'm talking to somebody from apple corporation is amazing though it's it's a remarkable commentary on life in twenty twenty that your entire felt because the reason I'm so panicked obviously is pictures and videos from Christmas and I routinely back up not just to the I. cloud but also to my desktop at home but I've got to do better with getting a digital storage plan and also of physical you know massive multi terabyte portable hard drive so that if something were to happen I've got all of that stuff just thousands and thousands of pictures and videos but it's just amazing how much of your life is on a device and when there is a hick up even a small one and it seems as though this was a a small hick up in in the device that it's almost a near panic you know it's just it's I'm already making appointments to go back to the apple store and spending all this time on the phone with apple support it's just been a nightmare Dave says it's I know who really killed Jeffrey abstain that's the issue governor YVR is has issued his executive order as promised creating this non partisan election commission and I printed out the order there is a printed out way too much stuff that it's just not my day the last two days have not been Dan o'donnell's days hi Tony eaters by the authority vested in me by the constitution and the laws of the state specifically section fourteen oh nine oh one nine of the Wisconsin statutes hereby order the following there is created the people's maps commission in members may not be elected officials public officials lobbyists are political party officials commission.

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"apple corporation" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"On Monday apple announced they're going to spend two and a half billion of their own dollars to help fix the affordable housing crisis in California within hours of this announcement democratic presidential candidate crazy Bernie launched a vicious attack on apple Sanders accused apple private company of hypocrisy he claimed that apple helped create California's housing crisis Sanders blamed apple for raking in eight hundred million dollars in tax subsidies and for keeping a quarter trillion dollars of their profits off shore in order to avoid paying confiscatory taxes in America now people of all kinds of opinions about apple but the specific company isn't the point no American corporation deserves this kind of contempt for Bernie Sanders simply for being successful the jobs created by apple corporations have helped fuel the economy the world economy it provided billions of dollars in tax revenue now what product or service is Bernie Sanders ever created to benefit mankind absolutely nothing yep this all on him socialist him great is slamming a company willing to help California out widely ignores the socialist policies that are willing that state this is classic crazy and by the way crazy Bernie the profit that apple makes is their money it isn't yours they earned it and they are very wise to keep it out of your hands your morning rush is brought to you by made into some cleaning services.

"apple corporation" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You know that deal which was ridiculed by just about everybody on all sides of the aisle when it came down and yet Donald Trump didn't have a problem pointing Castelar nominating him to be honest cabinet and now below sea decided that the disqualification I I wonder where this is going to go I think it could actually forced the president to make a move although he doesn't like to bow to pelo sees demand so it's gonna be an interesting fight on this one and if you were watching the news as I'm sure you are you're saying both sides saying we shouldn't politicize this this has to be about the children who were affected by this predator and I think that's really the the message I need to get out but polos he's looking for skin and she's going after cost on this one I'm not sure quite which way it's going to go I haven't seen any of that not politicize the you know the anybody requesting not to politicize this because that's all I saw yesterday was people politicizing it how may times Clinton flew on a plane that the president knew at St I brought up earlier this morning and I don't believe that I'm wrong we all every single person listening this morning knows psalm one who's doing something immoral or illegal they just don't know what it is that they're doing or who that person is who have served a very interesting point Charlie nominees jarring my brain about everyone your friend you see today you're gonna go okay I want I want that person to listen move on we've got twenty three governors most of them are Democrats all sides of the story here California also opposing the president relaxing mileage standards and by that we're talking about the standards from the Obama era that basically wanted to make cars more fuel efficient and less polluting yeah this is part of the president's push to roll back everything Obama did in terms of regulations but it also is going to in some cases make trucks are allowed to be heavier and some people say will be safer but it goes right up against the climate change argument and this one's going to be I don't know if the states are going to be able to pull this off because the car companies have to be in league with them otherwise those cars that don't comply with their regulations won't be able to be sold in their in their state so I think there's gonna be a whole lot of lawsuit trade now on this one and the president is pushing the auto makers to support him on this one the that bid to relaxes mileage standards but you know what Charlie of every car company came out with one car they got a hundred fifty miles a gallon it couldn't be anything really fast or whatever that will help raise the average and they could probably skirt the regulations that they did that that's what I'm saying just it's a fleet average it's not every car has to meet the pledge it's a rare day that Charlie Parker is in accord with anything at the apple corporation but apple's co founder says everybody should get off Facebook immediately I said something similar that day after Facebook made their debut which was don't get on Facebook you'll appreciate Charlie those of us who are on Facebook do so knowing full well at least I think most of us know full well Facebook knows everything about us because of their their very invasive apps and all the algorithms they have and that's really what's going on here the the former founder of apple saying get out one of the actors saying they're doing evil things taken all your data and if we're fine with that then stay on Facebook I'm more tired than just manipulating what date I see and what stories I post can be seen by other people so I I reduced my content on Facebook but England's taken this to heart they've had a massive drop in subscription to end users of Facebook in England and I think it's because of what they're doing with data I try not to cry until after ten A. M. daily but my understanding is is that the Kulka podcast today there is story about an Arizona DPS director opening a time capsule getting a huge surprise and then I'm going to need to choose yes you are Charlie this time capsule sealed nineteen eighty eight and it had a letter a sealed letter from the band director of the DPS in Arizona and you fast forward years later his son is now the director and man he gets cold cocked by this letter read it live in front of the media it's beautiful all right looking forward to it after ten o'clock.

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"apple corporation" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"apple corporation" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Don't like the services that you're getting from one, you should be able to switch over and go to another. Yeah, you can do that geographically now but what if that wasn't attached to geography, well, maybe we'd get better service, if there was competition competition tends to bring better things in a marketplace? That's all I'm gonna say here. And so when it comes to immigration. I think the real problems with immigration have to do with government handouts, you know, the government as, as a police state, nobody seems to want to police state until they, you know, they got some little plan that needs to be an acted or whatever, and it doesn't make any sense. The government is irresponsible and inefficient in everything it does anything you turn over to it. It's going to mess up. Ask the people who work for the government. They know if they're being honest with you. Now, I don't know if this is the same person in our D live chat room. The texter here is I bully women, the D live by the waiting join us on live. It's video streaming platform it D live dot L, R, N dot FM says here, but y'all are y'all for major corporations to do whatever they want and not pay taxes. Okay. Well, address, that a corporation is a creation of the government, if you have a problem with corporations than you have a problem with something the government has done. Uh-huh. Government also by eight is the only organization that can create a corporation in if you're an anti monopolist like me, you don't support the notion of of corporations. So no, I don't support the corporations doing whatever it is that they want. That's a dodge made by a bunch of people who have not spent any time, thinking about this, that are attempting to spend no time thinking about that, right? Whether they've thought about it or not another question. They probably have thought about how bad they think corporations are corporations had only only power. There is no power. The corporation has that is not giving it to it by the state, right? Like, it's the corporations, for instance classically, protect from liability, for instance, they protect the corporate, actors the people behind the corporation from liability for their actions. And this is a protection provided to them by the state, which is by the way corporation, you forgot to, to mention that part, but have you ever heard the term Manisa? Apple corporation, if that's usually, the term that is applied to a city or town. Well, guess what? The state governments are also incorporated. So all of these things are corporations. What does corporation? It is a concept cooked up by attorneys people who are in the world of the legal end. The law attorneys cooked up this concept to figure out we need to figure out a way that we can help protect rich and powerful people. And that's what they did because they are rich and powerful people. They fade out a way to protect themselves United States, government incorporated in seventeen eighty nine. Yeah. So corporations are total Bs. And does that mean against business? No. Of course, not you should be able to run a business, and you should be liable for the actions that you, you know that you take whilst running that business whether or not there's some sort of corporate veil or not say this that if the state has the right to tax entity in the world that entity is corporation, because the state created it but even. I wasn't created by the state. So when the state taxes me it's theft. But even then they, they don't pay taxes because every corporation, passes whatever the tax burden is onto the customer. So it's always the cut the consumer the buyer pays all these corporate taxes. More coming up. I've been told no in many different ways. Here. Around here. Excuse state. Today. Now. Be third. Crests have aplenty, Tilly people? No. Derek Jay's.

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