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Hispanic Business at PepsiCo with Esperanza Teasdale

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

05:14 min | 4 months ago

Hispanic Business at PepsiCo with Esperanza Teasdale

"Let's talk about the professional path and You are now the vp gm of the hispanic business unit for pepsico. What was your path to get there. Yeah i am studied engineering for college. So i was math and science person in high school and my physics teacher mr adrian nouvelle who actually was so important to my life that he came to my wedding by way and kind of steered me into the space helped me with College application letters recommendation. And so i studied engineering before. You're so i've been in a manufacturing environment for awhile. Bump steel toed shoes uniform union arment. And that's really where i started my career At the same time my company was so gracious that They paid for my mba. So i went to Uconn in stamford connecticut to take classes at night and really got more exposed to concepts of business management marketing research and just really loved it and so then when i asked for a new gig they said finance or sales and unlike okay sales and sales and all i need to go into marketing because marketing guides what we're doing in sales and i think they could do a better job and so i was lucky that my General manager at the time created a job and that was that was the beginning of my marketing career. So very classically trained at unilever and then pepsi around marketing from like you know the analysts all the way through up till now you know a vp gm. Which i'm really proud and excited about and And yeah i feel like i'm in a really great role. Right can make a big impact on the careers of our of our folks drive to mercy inclusion and drive the business results faster than general market because the population is growing so quick so and There's just so many things that are benefiting from being in this role that That i'm really grateful about. But that's kind of the the journey really. It was not linear at all Did not start off wanting to and marketing that side of my brain and that analytical process orientation i think does just a market yeah i think increasing edge to a home maybe ten years ago when you made the original switch i think today it's much more analytically rigorous than it has been in the past But yeah no. That's that's phenomenal. And i've had a few folks on the show. That have transitioned from engineer to sales marketing. And it's it's funny the way you went through that transition in how you described it because a few of them have described it similarly meaning they. They went from engineering the sales and then they realized my words not yours. How bad marketing screws it up. And they need to go help marketing. Try to figure that out because it it comes down to the sales folks at some level whether their marketing is getting it right or not so. It's an interesting learning curve and A pathway that. I've heard before. So what would what drove what drove the creation of the hispanic business unit. And how are you guys thinking about like measuring success. That's a that's a big scene seemingly to me as an outsider like it seems like a big big thing like a big shift in how you're organized. Yeah this was created. I believe in twenty eighteen by out. Carrie who at the time was still pepsi. Co when of are really incredible leaders kirk. Tanner who's our ceo and My current boss. Greg lyons our cmo and they just really realize that you know the hispanic Business is untapped potential and if we have a fixed mindset about it and we're not going to capture that growth and So what's the do different because in the past. Yeah we had a multicultural team. That definitely had A role but didn't necessarily have ownership and so the do different had to be to create an organization that was dedicated to this and have the right resources. And that's what they did and And it's been pretty successful. Ever since the the key measures to the other question you had really is around. Hey can we help grow faster with hispanic consumer than the general market. Can we help build equity with this fan of consumer and And those are some key metrics we look at and so far. We've we've been We've been pretty pretty successful doing that.

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US sets another single-day coronavirus case record

Tony Katz and the Morning News

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

US sets another single-day coronavirus case record

"The US setting another daily record for new Corona virus infections. Numbers from Johns Hopkins University shows more than 118,000 new infections reported Thursday, the second straight day that cases topped 100,000 Colorado, Illinois, Utah in Wisconsin among the states to set new daily records in Indiana. A new single day high was set there with more than 44 100 positive test reported by the Indiana. Arment of

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"arment" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

02:25 min | 9 months ago

"arment" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"A year thinking about all the times we use the R. Word at the Palmer Tim a four decade and he sat there and suffered and I just said, Oh, I, want to blame him for not telling us but you know society evolves and we all. Create a little bit of space for a conversation eggs. Are So great graphing yeah. I took you guys for seventy five minutes. This has been amazing. We got to do it again in six our year two great gas have been really wanting to Marco on for a long time just because I love having product people and man in terms of product people you don't get to meet or recognized who makes the greatest products in the world all that often but you know there's Elon Musk they were steve jobs Johnny I've You know a calm dot com alex to I believe and Really Marco your products I've always just been some of the most beautiful products made on it and You don't raise venture capital. You're just products and. I like I like working alone I'm not a good manager of people. I like working at home like have my family life. So I do what? I can as well as a one person company Yeah my friend Phil Kaplan does that too he I, don't know if you know him from he did the fuck company thing then he did add bright and then now he's doing so distracted and he's Kinda like you like I'm going to build one company and I may have some support people over here that I do but it's like The Solo developer product geniuses interest rate. Happy on the pockets finally, Actually Marco. Thank you so much. Follow Marco Arment at a R. M. A. R. C. O. A. R. M. E. N. T., and Marco Dot. Org. Dan. Really appreciate that you were do this week of marketing back in the day you called out the Ashley Madison Seen. presciently, I give you gotTa give you credit for that. We're going to pull that clip. and congratulations on getting into podcasting early with Oxford road. If you're looking to spend money on podcasting and do it wisely, you need to e mail Dan at Oxford Road Dot Com right. Is that the your email you can email me? That's fine for your audience. Yes. Emailed at Oxford Road Dot, com he'll walk. Iraq's real guy and sign up for a newsletter, the influence or in our new podcast states of media I love a love it or I thanks guys for coming the Dan Market and we'll see you all next time on this weekend's drivers. Bye. Bye..

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"arment" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

07:27 min | 9 months ago

"arment" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"And if you read the Ad? I don't think is GonNa work that good. But if you let me freak out a little bit like I do for Dow or open a Chris Cores Wider Zen desk or maintain whatever it is sand ask you know we always have a great experience with those advertisers nats. We'd excetera what what is your best practice for? The advertisers with the host read ads. So on or don't have that funding. Look I. Think it's If you if we can get you to have fun, we prefer it right at. But at the end of the day, you've got to think about it a couple of different ways. Number One, a host read ad is always going to beat an ad that somebody else writes and inserts into your show hundred percent of the time. That's why as we get more dynamic insertion, you'll see bigger premiums for the host read now when you're doing a host read Does it matter if you believe in the product, we know that it doesn't hurt. It's not always a straight line though correlating from your passion to the performance and Bill Burr is like the great case study for that because he can do an ad where he is insulting salting the advertiser, the whole time and it will work fantastically well. We know that I listened to bill. I gotTA. Look. The exception that's exceptional. Right. But I've seen people put their heart and soul out for a commercial. Nope and then you've got somebody that's insulting them or totally apathetic and it works great. But I here's what I think the common denominator. It's your relationship with the audience. If they know that you are somebody who has character that says I don't say things that I don't mean and that gets you don't have to spell that out in the ad for the audience to know that they know that intuitively and that does cause. So so went like we've got hundreds of millions of dollars of performance data in house from all these different brands and. Thousands of PODCASTS, and what we see is there's an influence factor that nobody publishes that every show has it's purely based on the trust and engagement they have with their audience and the ad will be a beneficiary of that to the extent that you have already established it with your audience but does it help if you go the extra mile? Of course, we'd like longer ads we want passionate ads we want ads that are interesting. All of that helps but none of it matters the on Ernest. Who is the best raiders of the PODCAST? Who Do you think like just give me top five six right off the top of your head people who just they just and they do a good job advertisers come back. To the unknown host because like it's the long tail, the ones that'll do like an eight minute commercial. But. Let me tell you something that works does the more you tell? 'em -solutely. That's a little over the top. That's a little over. Who Do you? Who does a good job read Nancy the. These, are you find distasteful Marco I do them in my show? CHEF. A lots of brands I think we might have somebody like to read most who you like to read most. I think my favorite one to read right now is probably Lynn owed because use them their hosts, a web host and I use them for for my server hosting and they basically let me free form it and loved A. Simple stuff like they violet inventory they always pay on time. They're really easy to work with and Maisy people and I love winnowed legitimately. That's why like I sought them out because Jason like you were saying like I want to be able to use almost everything that I'm doing a sponsor reading and that way I can actually say legitimately I use this I like this this is what it's good at. And People Trust me for that because they know that I have standards about that. And I'm like sometimes I'll I'll read a an advertisement I don't use, but then I won't say I use it so. Be Like I love vape pens. These. Day I got offered sponsorship for e cigarettes. I was like I don't smoke like not just holding your hand when you're at the poker table, would will literally said to me will pay all your by ends for every tournament. You WanNa play at the world. Series. POCO you want to play one, hundred, thousand, a quarter million whatever we just want you eat cigarette hat e cigarette thing is a lot of money and they said whatever you win in the tournament. It's yours as well. Fuck that I'm not smoking e cigarettes is terrible. That's GONNA come out to kill people no fun anyway in that like. Walmart one but coors light we I like she liked cores light. It's like my favorites. So, I crack open a crisp whereas other hilarious that coors light. Even, you'd recognize his podcasting and I was like I'll drink a course lied on air because I'll drink. Of course lied after I'm off bucket up to me would, of course like right now cracking down Carolina Chris Coors light and then they're like Oh del what about cancel culture and using Dan. And we'll wrap up on this and I appreciate you guys giving the hour. Dan You have people like Ben Shapiro, who is like this brainiac Harvard kid who sometimes says something stupid. He might have some very old world views and like doesn't like transgender people or. An. Basically could be a religious person who doesn't believe in brief marital sex whatever. And then you have this huge contingent of people now who are saying, Hey. If I don't like what you say and I'm not saying I. Mean Listen I am one hundred percent in support of trans people people should be able to be whatever gender they want. They should make love to her they want or not be a sexual rock on my position. I could not disagree more with Ben Shapiro's. You have to taunt transpeople it's low. It's disgusting. Trans. People get murdered in the streets. So like literally few Ben Shapiro for Dunking on Trans people who are just marginalized and hurt and endanger their whole lives in a camp. Easy to go through that experience my heart goes out to them put that aside. People have tried to cancel Ben Shapiro for his feelings on you know as as a very devout religious person his feelings on premarital sex, etc etc. homosexuality or how he feels about transpeople. What do you think of this and your agency? So how do you how on Earth do you deal with? Whether it's You know bench appear on one side or maybe on the other side you have you know Joe Rogan having Alex. Jones. On who you know said, the people from Sandy Hook, was a false flag and that those children though those poor parents whose children were murdered, that was done for political reasons. It was like the fake Space Mundi how do you deal with this and how do you mitigate it and is this an acute now in Pakistan? It's getting a lot more difficult when you have opinion driven content right and I think we're seeing the studies the country is more polarized than it's ever been people are less proud of being American. You know we're we're the United States and we've never been less united in in our thinking everything seems to become a political issue right whatever it. Is the world got sick. It's it's Democrats versus Republicans somehow right and and so this is something I'm very very focused on actually launching a podcast called Oxford Road presents the divided states of media because brands don't know what to do..

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"arment" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

02:56 min | 9 months ago

"arment" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"It's even worse than the head because you have to do all your business on their platform as well. And podcast and doesn't have that right now and it never has. Apple has has been the the directory of choice and apple still has the largest APP to consume podcast but they have really been fairly benevolent in their in their ruling of podcasts. They really take a very light hand to it and have really embraced and empower the opening semester they really could. So. This one company having this massive share hasn't really been a problem for us, and then everybody who's not apples is all kind of working in the same eagles them for the most part, and then the difference is that spotify did what a few other companies have tried to do before and have would met with mixed success, which is to kind of create a walled garden of podcasts that tries to become the default way people listen. To podcasts and that normally wouldn't go very far. But the difference here is that with a combination of spotify's immense existing market share people listening to music using their APPs and also immense amount of money they've put into it. spotify has been able to not only acquire a pretty big chunk of market share pretty quickly. But although it's not as big as as most people think it is, but it is still a substantial market share. But also, they've been able to now really put a pretty big push of buying exclusive content for spotify right and this is where it becomes tricky because if you're just trying to get listeners then everyone still playing on basically the same footing everyone still you know there have been a couple of premium services before that had occlusive content, but they weren't. They didn't go very far. So for the most part, you know an APP like over Catholic, my it can. It can compete pretty easily as well as any other APP. That's like overwhelming. There's hundreds of podcasts out there and we could all basically play the same catalogue of content and so it's so it's the wonderful ecosystem of all this creativity and all these wonderful tools and different apps for different preferences It's with a few exceptions, very privacy respective very. Creative friendly. It puts a lot of control it creators hands. Yes. The Creator gets decide. Hey, I have this rss feed you can use it under these rules and if you break those rules, I can restrict your access to it. When we get back was quick break Dan I want to take your temperature on what you think. The Joe Rogan spotify deal is, and if that is going to become an ongoing trying to what it means for the business of the open source open platform world podcasting we get back on this week start up. Alright would send pro online from Pitney Bowes. You can simply print postage stamps and shipping labels even working remotely. Let's face it. A lot of us are doing for as low.

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"arment" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

07:49 min | 9 months ago

"arment" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"It's this week in startups and I'm really excited about today's podcast because. I've got two of the smartest people in podcasting and one of the makes the greatest podcasting APP in my opinion his Marco Arment and he created the overcast. PODCASTING APPS which if you don't use or pay for and you're a power podcast user you don't know what you're missing. It's literally like every innovative feature that you see every other podcasting. APP. was in overcast six months ago. It's basically the roadmap for every other APP. Welcome to the program for the First Time Marco. Thank. You very much nice to be here and thanks for that. Amazingly awesome introduction. Hope I can live up to it. Well, I mean I just you know when I look at a product. I think the thing that can you look back on after investing in two hundred companies when when you see great product, it's undeniable and I know you worked on Tumbler as well what was your role at Tumbler I don't remember but I know you did very well. And you and you major contributor to that correct yeah. I. Was basically like David's employees the whole time as he was starting at. So I was the lead programmer I was doing a lot of the back end stuff a lot of the server stuff and it was basically just David for awhile and then we eventually heard more people. Yeah and that was another one of those transcendent products where you just looked at it and you're like, wow. The the amount of craft and nuance in the product and when I saw, you know and no offense to spotify podcast, which is fine or. Apples podcasting APPS grade. There's a lot of great apps out there but what's really I think unique about overcast as you made it for power users, correct me if I'm wrong because you can make lists of your podcast, you can put them into subgroups. You can change the speed of each podcast. You can do the speed based on each podcasts or if you're listening to me or Ben Shapiro, you wouldn't put it on more than one acts. But if you're listening to somebody had talks, you know like Sam Harris. Sam. Harris needs a one point six and then you also have the smart speed button work chops out the blank spots instead of audio doing nat. Then you have the sleep timer which can end at the end of the podcasts or there's I mean, the feature list is just so brilliant about the start of why you created overcast. One. Because like I'm a nerd I'm a podcast center. I'm a programmer I wanted to do it my way, and because that's what nerds do. I made an APP that was like my ideal podcast APP but also I wanted to make a stake in the ground that at the time, the trims, all restarting and overcast been running. It's been out since two thousand fourteen and the trend was already very clear then that there would be efforts to slowly lockdown podcasting into walled gardens and I wanted to really make sure that I could put a stake in the ground and make. The podcast client ecosystem, even more diverse than our was to make it harder because if the if the ecosystem is really diverse among a whole bunch of different APPS, they're all just using the open rss based ecosystem that no APP is going to have an easy time coming in there and locking that down and so that's part of why I decided not only. Am I gonNA make my preferred APP but I'm GonNa make it try to have a wide appeal and make it free up front which at the time almost none of the other third party APPS for. Free. Make Free Front and figure out some other way to make money down the road which I went through a bunch of stuff and eventually did. And there's a pro version and I think the pro-abortion lets you turn off ads if you to and. More back on by the way. Thank you because I want to see who's advertising because I'm just curious. It's like an it's a discovery thing if people will pay and we did some experimenting in paying for this podcast and it was great. We got some really target users I was like I want to actually see the ads because I'm curious who's investing in their podcast. Also on the program today is Dan Grainger and he runs a firm called Oxford road. Now, if your civilian podcast listening, you may not know what that is but Dan co-hosted this week in marketing, which was a podcast I started when I started guessing our twenty eleven virtually shut down to just to focus on this one because I couldn't find enough great hosts and couldn't manage all these big personalities are welcome to the podcast Dan explained to people at Oxford Rodas. So, we're an AD agency. I think the unique thing about us is we got in very early to the podcast space pre cereal. And we've worked with some of the best brands, one of the things we were able to take advantage of was the renaissance that was happening in audio at the same time as the renaissance that was happening with D. to see brands. So we were very early with companies like dollar Shave Club legalzoom. You know companies that that. Now we all know but at the time, what they were doing seemed very novel. So we were able to Kinda ride both waves at the same time in business very fast there was able to serve both of those constituencies and to great effect, and so we've been able to expand it's not just podcast, but that is our signature dish. And we're really an audio first agency. Okay and so brought both of these gentlemen on the podcast one from the standard side and the consumer and went from the business side in terms of advertising talk about the State of podcasting in twenty twenty as many of you know started this podcast. Under a different name Calcutta's cast twelve years ago I think in eleven years ago. For this one, we've done over thousand episodes but I think it's a good time to pause because there's been a lot of activity I want to start with the big seismic event which Marco you alluded to, which was, hey, this was built on open standards by a friend of ours Dave. Winer. Who led are s really simple syndication is that right and then he added an attachment the ability in your rss feed to at an attachment that was the key moment that enabled pockets in crack Marco Yep. And ever since then it's grown and nobody has been able to strangle it or control it. So just like the web, just like blogs which actually blocks has been Kinda deprecated. We'll get into that but the web and email, and of course, podcasting have exploded all on this open standard market. When you saw the announcement, that Joe Rogan had has your show I believe license not bought for what looks like manner fifty, one, hundred, million dollars for some number of years I don't think all the details are out. You were like F. This iming on twitter was your quote. Explain why that is so problematic to you and to the industry. The main thing is the podcasting has has gotten to where it is and is as great and awesome as it is for all the reasons anybody who's ever heard of RSS Chard familiar with you know it's it's this wonderful open ecosystem with a wide variety of producers and consuming APPs and this great ecosystem that isn't controlled by a single entity for the most part apple's kind of an asterisk in certain ways. But for the most part, it's not really controlled by an individual entity and you can compare it to something like Youtube, where if you WANNA make video that matters at all today. It has to be on youtube basically, and so that you have this one company is one platform controlling the by far the majority of this really important medium and you look at doing stuff on the web, and if you do stuff on the web, you are really beholden to facebook for traffic and you really beholden to Google for like for inbound search, and each had these these couple of massive companies that control a massive part of of Your Business and and looking at because Youtube..

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Innovative Solutions for a Happy, Healthy, Connected Workplace

The LEADx Show

09:30 min | 1 year ago

Innovative Solutions for a Happy, Healthy, Connected Workplace

"Lot of people have perceptions about what funding the workplaces some of you may have been traumatized by creepy team building stuff. It's not that it's really really not so. I think you'll be surprised and pleased that there's there's alternatives to that and establish fun as a process. Ask Not an event and that was one of my moments years ago when I was doing this in the workplace. We'll we'll talk a little bit about that. that God wouldn't it be better if you took those euphoric but fleeting feelings that you get from an event once or twice a year and break those up consistently throughout the course of the year wouldn't that yield better revette better results and in fact it did and that's that's how we really got started with this model and then finally teach you how to easy effective affordable programming again. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised tries so let's get into it so the agenda terms you will not recognize that's because we made them up. The first is easy. We're going to talk a little bit about the evolution of fun the work place the why and the Roi So so why is fun your competitive advantage thankfully. There's a lot of people out there today. A lot of brilliant mind Sean Acre Simon Sinek Tony Shay others who have done a lot of the the research and have the experience about the Y. Fund and we're going to talk about that it. It's usually frames frames up a conversation about the health too but know that our expertise really GonNa talk about today is how to successfully implement fund or place place so after we do the the the evolution of wine or why the laws of fun in these are the things that we learned over the course of a more than a decade of delivering of funding workplace in every conceivable vertical market that you could imagine any is companies doesn't matter these laws or universal truth. I WANNA call them our our standard within any application and then the shared experience agreeance and this is where the model really gets different. We talk about what's fun for you. Your culture your environment not inflicted fun on on you as some people may have experienced in the past and then how to develop your creative inventory. This is literally how to put it together and create brief but organic in fun activities in the workplace that really will get you moving on your way to establishing a culture of funded happiness at work and then finally finely design activate and sustain so you know it's all words and talk unless you actually make the commitment to do it and put it on the calendar even make it happen so that's the agenda. Let's let's get started so the first peers the Lucien end of the why are are alive fun at work. I'm going to spend a little bit of time just credentialing if you will so what makes us the experts and you know why is this information meaningful and what I want you to take away in this piece of it is that this is all based on practice and experience right so it's not a theoretical this is based on practice and experience it all started many many years ago at a company. United Electric Supply or there for many years and they had a work hard play hard ethic act before culture was even a term that was used in business but work hard play hard ethic ethic and I just naturally gravitated towards the play hard. I already knew how to work hard so but my my hunters suspicion was that that was was this companies competitive advantage that play and fun. I'm led to all these wonderful results. This company had on high productivity high retention high profitability on paper. They shouldn't have even been in business because there's a lot bigger competitors that could take them out from a pricing standpoint but wonderful customer service great place still is today but we formed the circuit club and many of you may be on on committees at at work trying to fund plan fun activities in the workplace or engagement committees culture committees so we had the circuit club we met every two weeks ten people and we learned a lot through that process but I started to see that it wasn't just appropriate to have fun after work work while we did those events in Annual Holiday Party and summer picnic as many of you made may still do what I noticed over the period of years as they became Louis and less popular as people's demands for the personal time just became more and more evidence. There was less attendance at at those events so I thought Jeez. Let's plan things brief but consistently throughout the course of the year and we did in that model really seemed to work so my fascination continued. You'd I started to research fun workplace and this guy came up so if anybody can guess who that is and you can type it in Dan. I'll give you send you two dollar bill or a book or something. I don't know but that is Dr Paul McGee and he's one of the foremost authorities is on fun and humor laughter and very well published and just really awesome guide. He happened to live in my home town or when house research in it. I thought what the heck this guy's from my neighborhood so we met and you know he he really thought that this theory theory I had about starting a company called the fun department to to change the model of of traditional team building you know was was a good one but he he said be prepared for a long haul. there's a lot of nonbelievers out there and then before. I got started. I thought wow jeeze. Maybe I should get some professional help. Somebody who really cleaners deliver fun so I got this guy so Dave Raymond is the guy who who created the best mascot of all all time he lived as the philly fanatic for many many years and it was a friend of mine and I thought Jeeze if anybody knows how to have fun at stave so God together with Dave and and we created this this company fun department back in five did this team building events for many many years until today and we still do lots of team building events and then wrote a book documented or process. We wanted to teach people this model in process that you're GONNA learn today so we started a training consulting part of the business and then we got out into the product business in two thousand seventeen actually shipping subscription a services as of boxes of fun and then finally in very proud to be partners with delivering happiness twenty eighteen we started a partnership with the age age and if anybody knows that company born out of Tony Shays experience with ZAPPA's starting a company based on culture the happiness and fun and taking a very tradition no boring business online shoes and making it mega successful so one of many examples of companies today that are disruptors in the marketplace that are starting with culture starting with happiness happiness and fun and and building a company from there so much like the experience at United Electric where nothing fancy or glamorous about electric electrical supplies allies but they had this amazing culture that was based on funded happiness at work so that's enough credentialing sorry if it seemed like a commercial just wanted to give you a little history and background and and why you know why it's important to recognize that this again is based on practice and experience so the more data and we're going to again talk about the how to but I I want to cover the why because most conversations about funded happiness happiness at work. Somebody's gotTa be convinced. It's leader you know. CEO CFO somebody's gotta say Jeez. Why do we WANNA do this. What makes it important so this. Is You just one statistic and it's one of my favorites because it says eighty one percent of employees not this is not from leaders. It's not for management. eighty-one birth sign of employees in companies denoted as great in fortunes one hundred best companies to work for say they work in a fun workplace. Environment Arment so that's significant because from an employee standpoint fun has the highest correlation of any other thing that makes up a the culture and what people think denotes a great company so it's important to know that from your employees perspective that fun ranks very vary hi it's sixty to seventy percent correlation to a great company so important to notice if you're GONNA start with culture why not start with you know with fun

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Is Anchor bypassing Apple Podcasts' approval process?

podnews

03:21 min | 2 years ago

Is Anchor bypassing Apple Podcasts' approval process?

"Owned podcast host anchor is seemingly, bypassing the apple podcasts approval process, and this, that's their users post tests, and even illegal copyright material. Unchecked to apple podcasts and others. We've discovered you'll find a link to our report in our episode notes, and our newsletter today in other news NPR and Edison research have revealed. They're smart audio reports two thousand nineteen the data suggests that twenty one percent of American adults. That's fifty three million people own a smart speaker podcasts. Don't appear in the report, though, forty two percent claim to use their speaker at least once a week to listen to the news, there are now over seven hundred six thousand podcasts, according to blueberry, well, how many are still in production only about eighteen percent according to an article by amplify media heartache. This figures described as sobering in the article, but you might want to compare the figure with broadcast televisions in tarsha Jewell, where significantly less than eighteen percent of shows being broadcast still in production or a typical library, where many books being borrowed were released a long time ago, millennial podcast listeners outspent non listeners by up to one hundred seventy nine percent. That's according to a new report called a listeners about the power of UK podcasting from podcast strategists for DC cosmopolitan is launching its first branded podcast with Tinder, footballer broadcaster. Robber. And kidnapper OJ Simpson may be preparing a podcast, according to a show biz site advertising executives at Pandora are interviewed on video for variety. You should never put a radio ad on Pandora. They say Castro's Patrick, how is leaving the company after nine years of working on the well, reviewed Iowa. Podcast app. He's current role is being advertised along with others in the UK podcast measurement has challenges says digital in an article here, you know that feature and overcast that skips past silences in podcasts so far. It saved all of humanity a little over one thousand eight hundred ninety eight years, and that's before any savings from playing podcast. It increased speed to take into account that data from its developer. Marco Arment podcast player FM has given their IRS Eappen updates if you're publishing with lips into linked in you needs to reauthenticate t tales in our episode notes, and our newsletter today, along with some advice around Email marketing basics, should, you join podcast network, and how to persevere when podcasting gets tough. We have updated our podcast app user agents list to use data from a new open repository that you can help build. You'll find more details in our show. Notes and our newsletter. Finally, pull Spain was on the AM show in New Zealand the other day on three TV and magic talk radio talking about podcasting. We liked this bit, you'll favorite podcasts at the moment. I who pod news as one that I listened to most most days, that's more for people that are involved in an podcasting industry. Lock. I am what a bright man

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Overcast launches clip-sharing to social media

podnews

04:23 min | 2 years ago

Overcast launches clip-sharing to social media

"Popular podcast app. Overcast has launched clip sharing away listeners to share up to sixty seconds of their favorite podcast with other people on social media. The app produces a video or audio file to share all a link to a website luminary have responded to our many stories about them on Friday, clearly stating that they will continue to remove links from show notes quote due to important security concerns as we reported on Twitter show notes left intact in the majority of podcast apps including apple podcasts. Meanwhile, more podcast, publishers have requested their shows be removed from luminary Stitcher podcasts have been removed and Stitcher. Asking those podcast represented by mid roll to consider doing the same PR X, including radio topa are off. And we have a statement from Latigo Williams and co saying similar we have no. Plans to remove our podcast Henderson research is announcing a new set of data for podcast networks and advertising agencies. The podcast. Consumer quarterly tracking report is a subscription podcast, which offers bespoke research for individual podcast networks podcast host simple cast has launched a new metric for the podcast industry. That's their claim. Anyway, unique listeners the new metric world begin appearing in simple cost customer dashboards tomorrow. Transistor a podcast host has significantly increased available downloads within its pricing plans. The company is also reworking its analytics algorithms as it works on AB compliance, which may have a negative effect on apparent total numbers. John Gruber has written along blog posts saying that all podcast shows. But not all shows podcasts, we linked to it from show notes and our newsletter today, highlighting luminary and Spotify premium subscription models radio days, Europe's pod. Past day has an answer their first set of speakers including founder of Google podcasts. Zach Renault were dean and Andrew Davies from ABC audio studios. Australia the event is in London in the UK on the thirteenth of June. Pod news is a media partner and will be there to there is simply no excuse for the current state of live of Lipson. That's according to a shareholder of lips in k Mak partners, which is demanding all four existing directors of the company removed. Two quotes bring needed discipline to Lipson and an unwavering commitment to stockholder value. They've suggested five new directors four of whom only have a financial background and the other has just launched a new podcast onto luminary audio boom are apparently seeking a further five million pounds at six and a half billion dollars of funding. They raised two million dollars at the end of February. Why are host read ads so popular with advertisers? And listeners alike. Steven Goldstein looks at the history of the medium in a blog post that we linked to in our show notes and our newsletter today. Overcast developer Marco Arment has been vocal about luminary. However, Leon Zand Mun tweets him somehow funny that in the same week you take part in the fuzz about luminaries proxy of podcasts. You introduce a feature that enables re hosting of podcast audio and enables the audio to be played without hitting the original source. He has a point. Meanwhile, we're looking forward to a special luminary premium exclusive that we've discovered called test premium podcast one, and we all selling to Ben running who's head of design at luminary. He was speaking at design driven in New York five days before launch and podcast made it to luminary slide deck, which was nice in podcasts. Today, we mentioned four of them the detail launched today. It's daily news podcasts from Radio New Zealand. The hello. The internet podcast sold a special podcast episode for sixty three dollars recently on wax. Cylinder the episode sold out and we link to a video of the making it the Koi pond has been acquired by Starbucks audio. They've also announced a new podcast the pants down with MS Pat. And we listen to and liked the daily on Friday talking about the measles outbreak in parts of New York.

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"arment" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"arment" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"At this point. I ask them hopes that they'll be some more options there in the future on the MAC. But for now, it's logic and Logic's plenty stable, and I can. Get around at very quickly. So I've I've gotten I've got to a point where I can get to get done in there pretty quickly pretty well. So all the editing isn't logic. And then I use the tool that Marco Arment wrote called forecast to take my logic export and make it an MP three chapters in do art work, and sort of all the meta data, and then it's done. So it's audio hijack to record logic to edit and then forecast to make it be threes. And then Stephen also has a YouTube channel and I'd recommend everybody. Just go subscribe because it's one of my favorite channels it. It's got good content doesn't overwhelm you. And every time you post something it's delightful by my favorite one is the external shot of you trying to carry all the max into your shed. Still someone left a comment. Like, you're going to hurt your back. I'm like, yeah. I know. But you do video production. But we talked about your table your top down table. And I know that you've got like kind of rigs in your home studio to shoot a lot of video what software to use to make those. So I'm editing in in final cut. It's it's very different from logic. But it is similar enough where if you know one you can kind of figure out the other and something like adobe premiere was overkill for what I need to do. And so I'm using final cut their the the YouTube channel is is definitely a side project..

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"arment" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"arment" Discussed on Back To Work

"The greatest days the day of our Lord Christmas day. I don't wanna come off at cynical. But you know, it's it does apple Jenner apple stories about apple generate interest. They generate clicks. And that discussion generates further clicks. And I know clicks are not the total like coin of the realm, but like second party agreement like people are always coming up with an objection that you make on someone else's part. So I wonder how many how many people I don't see it didn't know they have been. But I wonder how many people have that Ben? I don't know. I don't know. I will just say on this beautiful beautiful Christmas day that I am skeptical of the. The apple did a bad thing articles. Apple does do a bad thing. Sometimes they do some real stupid stuff. Do we ever get any pivoting? Here. Did we ever getting resolution from Bloomberg on that article about the chips in the computers that supposedly been compromised? The last thing that I saw was that there's no evidence of that. For hot garbage fire on all fronts beyond what apple denies happening Appleseed. Som denials that are on a different level than denials. They've had in the past. It sounds like Bloomberg has been pretty pretty quiet about it. That was that was weird. That was that was a very show Marco Arment has said on numerous occasions. I mean that sounds actionable Jack to make that kind of claim with evidence that they had the like, you know, secondhand reports from people, I don't know, no pets fine. I like it. It is I have to be honest with myself. I finally admitted to myself yesterday. My new ipad is officially too big to us with myself with thumbs in bed. I can't type on it. It's too big too big. It's too big. But like other stuff on the couch do better. But like, I can't type on this thing. It's too big. I hate to admit that. But it's Christmas and we have to comply with each other. Yeah. I what are the second. Second party agreement you ever see it. I'm yes. Offense for on behalf of someone else. I'll finish is one of the great as we say the white nights on the internet who who pop up to be to to be angry aggrieved on someone else's part. I'm not saying you're I'm not just talking about being a good ally. That's a good thing to be..

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Twitter launches Periscope Audio for live audio streaming

podnews

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Twitter launches Periscope Audio for live audio streaming

"In the latest pod news. Twitter has launched periscope audio an audio only version of periscope, which allows you to stream to Twitter users anywhere in the world. The feature was dreamt up during a hack week for the company pod stand is a new tool allowing you to share your podcast subscriptions. If you're using a product that allows you to export opium l. those popular podcast on the service is the accidental tech podcast featuring among others overcast Marco Arment. The podcast industry is Spain is just beginning to form says a piece in a Spanish publication. It points to branded content from Iberia and foundation, Telefonica Latigo Williams and company have launched key conversations with Phoebe Beata Kappa the podcast features, extensive conversations with Phoebe to Kappa visiting scholars and experts in the fields of international law Shakespeare, early modern European art history and astronautics among others. The future of podcasting is educational argues. James McWilliams saying podcasters rather than the conventional media or education establishment are in a position to shape the tone and content of public discourse. Meanwhile, yorgen burqa Sal says that podcasting websites should focus on Email list building, not I tunes subscribers to new jobs for you. The New York magazine is looking for a podcast producer and daily show, audio produces and senior produces a wanted for the Washington Post parties is free for jobs. Just Email yours to updates at pod news, dot net, analytical for you today. Twenty one times our favorite comedy podcasts got dark, that's in vulture party is will be the London podcast festival meet up on Sunday at twelve noon as part of the podcast maker weekend look for the tall blow in the ten dollar branded shirt and ask us for a laptop sticker.

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"arment" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"arment" Discussed on Upgrade

"I wonder about the face. I d stuff only because I there is the the, the trepidation, I feel like we gotta give it to apple that Apple's going to do the right thing here. But you know, that means they need to get a orientation, agnostic touch or face idea work and convinced that they've sold. They gotta have like there's no way they're going. Say, please hold your ipad upright in order to unlock it like there's no way that that would be so bad. I believe the second generation face ID with orientation. I know system will come to all of the line all the product. So the too expensive iphones will get it and the ipad pros will get it. It may be tied to the CPU, right? Like the whatever. But like I believe that they would be madness to ship his product. I will. I was gonna say, eat my hat and have a hat, and I don't wanna eat anyway. So I will be extremely surprised to see that because I feel like you don't need to do that. You don't need face idea the ipad yet. You could do another revision with small bells in a home button, so you could still find a way to do it. One of the defining characteristics of the ipad pro is the keyboard. The first product that Apple's build on IRS that apple keyboard for and keyboards are fundamentally horizontal. So this is back to my complaints about the ipad in general. I know sometimes people use ipads and portrait vertical. I use them that way too, but I mostly use them in horizontal and I think it's actually a little silly that the ipad is not fundamentally horizontal that the apple logo when you started up at the apple logo on the back are not horizontal that their vertical. I think that's the primary orientation of an ipad pro because of among other things that keyboard. And because of the way that multitasking built where it's all adding things on the sides that is, you can multitask in in in vertical. It's not great. So of course like like they need to go the other direction like they, they need, they need face idea to work both orientations for this thing for sure. But like also any idea that portrait is dominant on the ipad pro. I think it's a mistake. I think it's the wrong approach to that product. I'm show you seeing the whole like potential concern and trepidation about way the small keyboards gonna fit like it looks like the small connect as maybe moved, maybe this, it looks like it's going to be portrait, which I just don't buy any of that. I think there's still a smart connector on the side, and I saw somebody I think maybe even Marco Arment suggests that I wonder if that other item that's down by the dock connector is something like a pencil attachment. Maybe I don't think that that's right. But yeah, I, I understand. I don't know, but that that makes more sense to me than that's the smart key. Keyboard connector in in a really weird place where every smart keyboard has to cover the entire back of the ipad for it to work unless and here's the big unless unless apple blows us away by doing a full on laptop style shell too attached to the ipad pro where you could like holding put in your lap untilt it and all of those things. That's what I want. Wouldn't that be something? Wouldn't that be something? Wouldn't that be wonderful? We'll talk about that and that that would be a thing. The loss thing, no new ipad mini specifically cold out for those of you that think that they might be one?.

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"arment" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"arment" Discussed on KTRH

"Talk with your parents let's find out their state of retire Arment readiness chances are they're already in, retirement maybe deep into retirement do you know their financial circumstances do you know. How much money your parents have do you know? What legal, documents they've established do they have a will do they, have a revoke trust have they signed medical directives or powers of attorney what is their plan going, forward are they able to handle the, current cost of living as well as the future costs as their health, declines between now and, death what's have serious. Conversation with mom and dad and blame may you can give them a copy of this, broadcast and say hey mama I want, you to listen to this or you can go to your parents, and say I met with my financial planner. His name is Rick Adelman, and he told me I had to ask you because he's doing my financial plan and he. Needed to know. For my. Sake what my circumstances. Were in terms of either providing financial Support to you in the future which? Case I, got a plan for this expense, in the future or. Am I going to get an? Inheritance in which case my financial future might be? A little bit easier than I anticipated so? Mom and dad I hate? To tell you this but I? Need to know your financial situation and mom and? Dad if you don't want to? Tell me can I get you on the phone with my adviser so that you can have a conversation with him or her and? So on and so forth so blame me blame the? Adviser of having this conversation you can also use anecdotal evidence in, other, words, maybe there's a story in the local paper of someone who lost their home to bankruptcy, or foreclosure because the major breadwinner. Lost their job or died prematurely or suffered a disability or maybe there's a neighbor down the street that everybody knows hardship fell upon and you can say, wow mom what's the likelihood that can happen to you So figure out some way? To have the conversation tell them the I insisted on the conversation tell them that. There's an anecdote down, the street to focus on or, or invite them to listen to a recording of this broadcast because..

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"arment" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"arment" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"And my second choice would be automated manual. And my distant third choice would be a torque converter automatic, and my incredibly disinformed choice would be cvt. You know, it's funny. You bring that up a little bit of a spoiler alert. I did not by anything, don't worry, but I am getting a car in a couple of weeks that will be the next Casey on cars. But I'm actually currently in a different car which is a cvt equipped car. And I have to say, I don't actively like it, but I don't actively dislike it either simulating an automatic as one of those. No, it's not. So if I take off from a stop and let's say, I'm at one third throttle the car will just sit at two thousand rpm until I decided to stop accelerating. It's the most peculiar feeling in the world. It almost feels like a market is going to be deeply offended by this. It almost feels like a halfway between a a gasoline car in an electric car because there doesn't seem to be any division of gears. There's no there. It's just it's just power. Now in this particular car, it's not a lot of power and I don't want to disclose much more than that, but it's just power that's fairly consistent if not an overabundance of it until you stop and it's a very, very, very odd sensation. I agree with you. I would certainly never choose to have a cvt car. And I, I wouldn't say I like it, but a lot of people I know especially early on when they were new deeply disliked these. And I think perhaps because it doesn't even bother trying to simulate gears, I don't find it actively bothersome, but I don't particularly enjoy it either. It's very, very, very peculiar. Most of them do simulate years now because they've learned through bitter experience that people don't like it like the promise of cvt that you can run the engine of the most efficient speed all the time. But people hate that in terms of like, it just sounds like it's droning and it doesn't feel right. So most of the geez you can buy today, are they simulate all the stupidity automatics like. Even though they totally don't have to doing. It's like the fake engine noise and Argos Oldham five. It is a simulation that makes the the less efficient and worse than it could possibly be to make the experience subjectively more pleasing to people who expect that. Maybe eventually those people get old and die and people get used to it. But honestly, electric is the way out of this. If you want something, it doesn't have gears and stuff like that doesn't have multiple gear ratios that it shifts through get an electric and the droning. I guess if you have a powerful engine with enough noise isolation, you can pretend you're driving in like a bad electric, but I don't. I feel like the cvt is a transitional form that has no place in my life ever. Thanks to our sponsors this week, hover betterment and squarespace, and we will see you next week. Now the show is over. They didn't even mean to begin because it was accidental. Accidental. Joan. Search Margot and Casey him because it was accidental. Was accident. Does. You can fund the show today. M.. Good. Follow them. S. a. y. l. I assess. That's Casey lists and a c. a. r. m. anti Marco Arment. KC says, Syracuse..

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Virus shuts down factories of major iPhone component manufacturer TSMC

02:04 min | 3 years ago

Virus shuts down factories of major iPhone component manufacturer TSMC

"Man Cates And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing which makes chips for the iphone and other devices detailed it's progress in recovering from a computer virus. In an E mail TSMC said that eighty percent. Of the fabrication tools affected by a virus outbreak on Friday had been restored and that it expects. Full, recovery tomorrow the Taiwanese company said. The incident would delay shipments and, warned of reduced revenue of forty two billion dollar merger to create what, would, become the world's largest gas producer is facing an unexpected hurdle from. The US antitrust regulator that could derail the deal the Federal. Trade Commission indicated it wants Germany's Lind and Danbury, Connecticut-based Praxair to sell more assets before it approves their deal. That's according to lend, it today in a statement to the markets will ended noted a higher likelihood. That the require Arment may push total asset disposals to beyond what would be acceptable to it in the merger deal playing hardball. With China on trade is working that according to President Donald Trump last night in Ohio he told supporters at a rally. That China is looking at a dropping Chinese stock market as a result of tariffs and is quote talking to us The Wall Street Journal citing unidentified people familiar with, the matter reports Goldman Sachs is appointing Jim Esposito as, the new, global head of its trading arm the, report says s busy tow will run the securities division alongside current executive shook Vardon the Brexit negotiations are more likely to end. In failure than, success that according to UK international. Trade secretary Liam Fox FOX told the Sunday, Times in an interview there's a sixty, percent likelihood of a no deal outcome global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in, more than one hundred twenty countries, I'm Susanna Palmer this.

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Gadget Lab Podcast: The New MacBook Pro

The Talk Show

02:31 min | 3 years ago

Gadget Lab Podcast: The New MacBook Pro

"It's also a great computer like a little while I loved that escape. If the only reason the only things I hated about it were that I did have keyboard problems with it. I had a bunch of like stuck keys and weird popping and everything. And so I did keep problems with it. And the two ports were really annoying on trips like when when I travel I, she podcasting or charged monop- top and only having to porch was pretty limiting. But other than that, I love that computer. It was great, and that's why I ordered a thirteen inch of the new one, but I wanted I wanted the ports, but like I think the reason they call it pro is I think more be, you know, because it visually resembled the other. Thirteen inch pro just fine also, I think because they wanted to help justify the cost increase because it really was to map book air, but they increase the cost so much. I felt like they, you know, that was my guess at why did it. But ultimately, if I was in charge of this product line of naming his product line, I wouldn't want any responsibility because they would fire me immediately. But if I was in charge of naming this product line and I, I guess I'd be fired from that too. But. They would call epoch wanted map escape. But I think I would say the MAC book, air brand is too strong to throw away when this generation soft being sold. I think something should always be called a map air because it's such a good name and it has such brand equity among consumers. So what I would say is renamed the the twelve inch macbook macbook air with next generation, say, this is the new macbook air. It's the twelve inch macbook renamed the map book escape to simply MAC book. I could see that. I mean there is some sense to that, especially if they get a twelve inch macbook down to nine ninety nine, which I kind of think it might be their plan. Let us know what I'm arguing. I'm saying, bring the bring the escape, bring thirteen inch down and call it the MAC book. Right? And because right now you have this conflict of the lowest end product is also the smallest and lightest, right? But that requires such trade offs that a lot of the low end buyers aren't willing to make that it that shouldn't be the lowest end product right. It should be the low end product should be to hit a price point not to hit a size, right? And so that's why the the escape should be the low end product. It should be called the MAC book. The MAC book air should be that little twelve inch, super thin one. And then macbook pro is the higher price, higher power and the thirteen inch macbook escape. All the thirteen inch. Current macbook pros are an apple themselves emphasize this when they introduced them only at like two sheets of paper heavier than a MAC book air. Let's say it's, they are technically. Announce hot heavier or something like that, but I think it's grams..

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"arment" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"arment" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Dan, Kirk. Yup. Lee Plummer, neither Tucker, the man and his dream. A red for that movie. Now, see, this is where I feel like Tichy role. He auditioned for Jeff bridges. Again, Tucker, the man and his dream is Christly Chris Plummer neither. I mean. Really wanna get cute here and maybe right? But. Perfect. Doug curveball time, neither that is correct. Gambling and letting it ride every time. All right. Dan Arment. The stupid 's. Christly crisp plumber or either this stupid. Can you use it as. I bought tickets to the stupid. And I never realized I could be the title of motion picture. Country of origin. I mean, if it's. Plummer. Incorrect. Dre. The lizard home. I'm encouraging him neither. What does that mean that is incorrect. Daniel Kirk for the win. Who's in the stupid. Get ready. Eddie, the eagle Christopher Lee. That is correct..

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Samsung’s Galaxy S10 might come in three sizes, with an in-display fingerprint sensor

Techmeme Ride Home

02:36 min | 3 years ago

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 might come in three sizes, with an in-display fingerprint sensor

"On the low end and movie clips had more detailed audio than without the extra punch the speakers provided we'll obviously have to wait for the speakers to come out to see how they sound compared to their competition but roku seems to have succeeded in its goal of outperforming the default option insta paper is becoming an independent entity again the read it later and book marking service announced that its erstwhile owner pinterest has agreed to allow a new company to be formed that will take over the ownership of the app pinterest bought instant paper two years ago but after gdp are past the service was suspended in europe raising questions as to whether or not the entire service would continue or not the same development team that has been working on the app during the course of the pinterest interim will continue to manage things going forward on twitter instant pay per founder marco arment tweeted quote i bet this is very good news for the future of instant paper last week we mentioned ming cheek quos predictions about what to expect from the forthcoming new iphone announcements well quote is back with more predictions this time on what we might be able to expect from the soon to be announced samsung galaxy s ten hobo leaves samsung will release three models of its flagship phone twenty nineteen a five point eight inch version a six point one it's version and one with a six point four inch screen he thinks the standout feature on the higher end phones will be a fingerprint scanner built right into the screen the galaxy s nine currently has a fingerprint scanner on the back of the phone quoting from business insider quote quo predicts samsung could ship forty million galaxy s ten phones next year mostly the two larger models which will be more expensive samsung could also ship fourteen million to sixteen million galaxy note ten phones next year according to the tf international securities forecast uber is still attempting to make the act of hailing a ride as phil proof as possible a few years ago uber started using spot which let users pick a color that would light up on led bars installed in a driver's windshields that way you could identify which car was your intended driver a couple years ago lifted something similar with its amp dashboard light that assigned a color you could look for than uber stepped up the game even more by rolling out an actual gadget called beacon that retriever's could stick in their windshields when.

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"arment" Discussed on Under the Radar

Under the Radar

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"arment" Discussed on Under the Radar

"Welcome to under the radar ashore show but independent ios app development i'm marco arment and i'm david smith under the radar is never longer than thirty minutes so let's get started so for to this this week's episode as well as next week's episode we're going to kind of try in unpack and kind of work through some of the changes and announcements that came out of wdc i think we both had a sufficient time at this point to kind of digest a lot of what was going on there to in some cases even to dig into things to try things out to watch a lot more wdc session videos so hopefully we can give a slightly more comprehensive view at this point and i think it's also kind of nice rather than doing this kind of thing in real time is that i think we've had the benefit of the collected wisdom of the community as well to kind of help shepherd this around so i think we're kind of think we're structure going to first start off talking about twelve which is kind of a strange thing because usually ios i would say is the you know the marquee the the the major seen if he can change the operating system at wc but this year that was not really the case i mean there's certainly a lot of changes there's certainly a lot of things going on more under the hood but in terms of you know we've been years where apple starts off with these like you know we have seven tentpole features that we're going to bring this year and this year it was they had maybe one or two of those kind of changes and the rest of the changes are fairly low level and so this point i will recommend a website maintained by matt stevens which includes the old school old style sdk dips so back in the day before they apple change the new documentary system which makes looking for changes completely inscrutable to me on these just published a list of all the all the method names that had changed in any things that was added ms stevens soho she was one of those little plug for that awesome they used to be the the very first thing i would open up at when getting every beta everybody to see like we'd be like sitting in lamont mosconi in the lunch hall and the very first thing i would do as soon as the site was up was go look at that api dip to see like what of the api's that i use or might use had had brought me presence that year yeah yeah no it's it's his amazing in the new version doesn't really work but anyway so i always go through that and then now i really appreciate that someone's kind of worked out how to technically just continue to generate these looking in there there's a lot of low level changes and minor changes some of them we'll get to later but in general seems like you know there's not it's not a larger than a lot of huge sweeping changes or things that most apps have to do with the exception of shortcuts get to in a minute but in general it's mostly just lots of little tweaks improvements in general apple had said like their big focus this year was performance and i think there's even some changes in you kit to reflect that there's a great talk about what's new in cocoa touch that talks about a whole variety of kind of subtle performance and kind of user experience and responsiveness changes that they've been making kit some of which we kind of get for free some of which we have to work for but in general there's a bunch of just like baseline performance things got a little bit better but if you do nothing apps going to be fine kind of things which and somebody says nice i.

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"arment" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"arment" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"And bush button like traditionally you would do in workflow i'll tell you listening to it made me wish dearly that they had kept south going in the company 'cause i can he because he you know he blazed this path with automated to begin with i felt like he could have added a lot to it but either way now it is integrated into the operating system it's early days as i understand it developers are going to be able to plug into this relatively easily marco arment was in the room with me when we were watching this and i know he's super interested to see if he can make this work with his podcast app so you know everybody's very curious i'm a little afraid i'm going to be like the dog who caught the car and doesn't know what to do with it you know is this going to be a thing where it's like workflow but only fifty percent is good and we're going to be wishing that you know i'll pull it never bought them i think there's going to be a little bit of that at least in these initial phases but the idea of getting away from your l schemes and get into something that's more solid really makes a lot of sense i mean the workflows great but it's always been a bit of a chewing gum solution i mean your l schemes are something that greg pearce came together so he could share a definition between his app a you know an instant paper documented that you know none of this stuff is ever been really good at fully automating like if you use fees workflow on your ipad just watch the way the screen flashes between all the apps says it's doing its thing you know there's nothing that was designed in the operating system for automation until now and that was always going to be a big stumbling block to going to the next level and hopefully we get past it now i mean like i said this is early there's still a lot we don't know but i really liked the ideas that i saw on stage and if they can make deliver on this it's.

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"arment" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"arment" Discussed on Upgrade

"Right but i'm just really keen to see how ends up looking because that one seems like it just seems to me that you would get that to work the way you would always want it to because instead of going away timepiece began outdoor walk you would literally just raise your wrist and say begin outdoor walk and that's like yep i know what it is and five minutes that is awesome if it was kinda hate having to do that all the time you know like hey just you hey little stubby guy like do you think like just you know i i find mostly frustrating really so i'm excited about that if that does work but i'm also very julius of it web content is cool so somebody saves you a link you can kind of get a little preview of it into reader mode that that was one of those things where they're like no no no no web on the eye on the app watch no nobody ever wants to do it and then somebody since you an attachment or i don't wanna web browser you'll right i don't but if you sent if if you text me all his knees menu right is where we're going to go for dinner tonight what do you think and i'm out and it just as sorry this is one of the things i've found frustrating about the lt watch is that it just never delivered on the promise of key don't need your phone anymore like this idea i mean yes you can go out and do it but like very specific use cases you know like i think the dream with this lt watches like ultimately you could you just don't need and so having suffolk this is just another kind of a novel way that that chipping away the basics of what a smart devices to have a podcast and background audio they're adding so that's going to be really good for the gaps excited about native native podcast play support on the watch which should have been their ages ago but is there now and support for background audio for other app so it's like the good news and bad news for somebody like marco arment is the bad news is there's a podcast app on the device now the good news is he can also write his podcast app on the device now and playthings in the background.

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"arment" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"arment" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"Marco arment butterfly key switches are designed failure there fatally unreliable you don't even have to look to the the professionals and the analysts to see that for the fifteen or twenty mac book pro owners that i know six or seven of them have had really i it's it's you know it's clearly an issue you don't have to you don't have to believe the the pros on this just ask your friends around town and see how many of them comments on on having a keyboard issue or they actually had to take it into an apple store and have something done to it i would love to be able say your long nightmares almost over june fourth tim cook will come on stage ww dc and announce new laptops a mac book with a great keyboard we'll see two or three weeks right they'll say but if they ever do they're gonna they're going to couch it in terms of we've taken everything we've learned about the super flat butterfly black keys and everybody loves and we've used it to create the second generation tasr okay now two millimeters a problem that point five two but the point is wrong we were never wrong winona we're never wrong earlier today we did is today and mega maroney said she really wanted these new spike in cases to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the i mac bond i blew iphone ten case how about that or a case the makes your iphone ten look just like the iphone one.

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"arment" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"arment" Discussed on The Talk Show

"And i feel like we rich like we've reached like a tipping point on this issue where people are marco arment has done the same thing i believe where he's he went and bought the the apple still sells a fifteen inch macbook pro of the old design you know with the deal the older style usb ports and the old keyboard and stuff you still buy one of those brand new so that's what marco did and i guess the ports were part of the issue but you know big part of it's the keyboard that's just not normal thing to happen and i don't recall i've been mac user since before there were portable max right i mean i remember remember the original portable mac it was called the portable mac twenty pounds in case you needed a wagon to carry it around with but it was i wanted one so bad it was it was like impossibly expensive and then there was one that was so hot that one of the old black ones i mean it was burning of this this this keyboard thing though the two times that this has happened to me and one was on the new style keys with the butterfly on a macbook pro and the key wouldn't go down so clearly there was something stuck and i just i just took my finger and you know banged it down and whatever it was got loose and that's it that was one time that something happened and it happened with one of the older ones.

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"arment" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"arment" Discussed on Minority Korner

"So looks good i wrote play begins really happy with it but it's okay with you know this is my first plague in as an adult yeah and into just touch on that a little bit just going another trail run it interesting that as a kid i knew what i wanted to do i knew i wanted to act in new way to right yeah i suppressed it because i was like i can't do that vessels z's so out there bubba and i went and got my masters in social work and i tried out with normal day job way it kept on calling me back it really it really had it was in your heart it was in my heart i feel like i didn't choose this right and shoes it but no that's beautiful and it's also it's because we don't we didn't see it in the nineties you know when women arment darden for anyone i'm dark skin black girl who was skating nam vic and i did not see represent my representation right even though advocate i was i was great actress man i learned how to act because fell off really hard it's like a bike near the by but i was really good i like i got into got into undergrad i got a scholarship to go to drama school as a kid i did a training program in portland like is school so i was i had opportunities but i just felt like i don't see myself i don't think that this is this is not for me and i was like i just saw in in new the pressure of like would would mean for me being a black woman trying to make it in hollywood i'm like i don't want that stress it's that is why representation matters status my recommendation manner the fact that you're out here doing it now we'll.

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"arment" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"arment" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

"Ten okay my favorite there's two of them the one that i love the most is castro because it is an app it's only but the developers their idea is said of making playlist for things you have a q you add podcast accu automatically or in your inbox to be like oh here's an episode incentive there i love that because i am so very on my podcast that i've got a long hugh i it goes on forever but i just keep adding things to it in the moving things around it's become everything's overcast is also a great pockets player castro to castro two and three but they're going to upgrade path from castro two to three and i love castro it's my favorite but there's also overcast i would say try both because both have a little bit of a different methodology to it and overcast also love them because they also are run the pergama us to output our empathy for the show so it's like directly with it yeah yeah the developer marco arment it is an amazing and he's actually we working the volume boost and stuff like that he's he's a great idea file this is the technical help for podcasts on the villa vodkas nice the group hella vent i got my argus selfie after i've been one didn't mean to do that it actually is easier than can cause looking at in combat this one just beat while you're you're writing for the group the to start hey quick selfie and you get really.

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