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What is Patoshi?

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

07:05 min | Last month

What is Patoshi?

"This week's episode relates to some events regarding some bitcoins that were mind very early on in bitcoins. Lifetime in fact it was so early that it was a time when there weren't that many miners besides the Toshi but before we get to the recent events let's talk about something else called Potosi which you discovered. Can you explain what Pluto she is? Yes to cry Potosi. I just would like to go back in time to to the time. I I did this search and this was two thousand and thirteen and I have been working like a year. A strengthening the security of the beacon core working with the the the quarterback trying to find vulnerabilities. And I didn't know anybody going in between those times so I I wanted to make sure that you know what happened on the first years of Bitcoin That were transparent and it was very very few information about that so I just thought that what would Sadashiv have done? I mean he would have used CAS computer to mind bitcoins. And he would HAP- kept his computer on for. You know the time it needs until the network was Maastricht and if you take a look at the very few first hours of the bitcoin network and and you say okay this might be Satochi Right. Because he just launch network. He wants everyone to join so he's running note to enable all the other people to connect but if if you take the hash rate in the very first hours of Bitcoin and you extrapolate that for the whole first year you realize that it's highly probable that Toshi collected twenty two thousand coins right and I said these. Bitcoin Talk Forum and I was heavily criticized because the and rarity of Bitcoin. A it's like kind of says at Cisco she was kind of a fully Trista Guy. He didn't want money for because money's rated with bags and bugs are related with power and we are trying to be completely new centralized system financial system so I was heavily criticised. And say say okay. Let's try to find proof of this. Let's try to find some evidence of this because for me it was something very you know what she would have done. And so I. I went to the first Version of their bitcoin. Core CISCO DID Dot Thuan and I found out there was the floor and to explain this flow. I have to explain a little bit. About the technical part of beacon combining so there is when you implement announced value. And when you run out of space when when these Knows wraps around you have to increments something else and is something else called the extra notes so the speed of this extra nuns and the speed of the nuns is related to the computer using for mining. If you are a fuss computer you get a foster increment. The extra and what I found was that the astronauts counter was not reset Atari block so it was running a counter to kept running so in a sense every block a minor produces it stamped with are kind of a real time clock that identifies the speed of his computer. So I plotted this on a very simple graph like having the x axis the block numbers and the access the extra NHS and a very very interesting pardon papa and despite perfectly separates the differ minors at a different times. Because each of these miners Casa Clear. Line a clear slope on this graph so. I said okay. This is all I mean this. This graph describes everything so I published decent my blog and I had like thirty thousand visits in a couple of days. And so I I those times The whole community was about thirty thousand people so I think that looked at graph and the other interesting discovery of this graph is that Satochi spent almost no none of discounts like spent like forty bitcoins in the whole first year Probably in time and the amount of money the the value of those because whereas of five dollars so clearly there was two discoveries. One was this pattern that I try to correlate with Sushi and the other was that this person or group of the mining Had A complete confidence in the system he had never sold. He never sold Discount after a few tries a few tries so this was kind of a shock for the market and and the price of bitcoin actually went top because of this like fifteen percent. So I think that's a very very good for the community and and showed some transparency that was missing and I call this Potosi because we don't know if xactly set Oshii we can argue we can have our guest that this was socially but really we don't really know for sure that if this minor was social and at one thing that I wanted to understand because I wasn't fully sure I understood it. From looking at the graph. It essentially looks almost like Saito or Potosi was mining faster but is that possible or simply just that those Potosi minor was renting the extra nonce more quickly between blocks or something is that what was going on. I wasn't sure exactly why the that's correct. A it turns out when I saw the graph of the same you. Did you realize that seems to be faster on any other computer and that is kind of suspicious so I try to dig deeper into this and I found that what was triggering was making these Dismounts extra knows England foster. It was that the nonce was being incremented in a shorter space. Like about one fifth of the space that any other mining minor was was using. So if you reduce the range that you Increment in the nonce. Then you will end up increment index foster so what we see in the graph East essentially a probably a normal computer and he just stand this up because other watermark in these blocks and the exist of this other watermark is in fact a confirmation that the first potter is actually something very very particular for for a very specific minor.

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Coronavirus: The human cost of virus misinformation

BBC World Service

04:26 min | Last month

Coronavirus: The human cost of virus misinformation

"We here at the BBC have been tracking the human cost of coronavirus misinformation this includes the souls awesome injuries and deaths as a result of room is false speculation bogus cures and fake posts online Mariana spring from BBC trending has some of the findings Brian lives in Florida in April he posted his thoughts on corona virus on Facebook he wasn't quite sure what current advice really was but because of things he read online he was convinced that the expats were lying I saw those may be is there you know are they still working on the five G. because I've heard rumors not from any news sources but people talking about old you know it could cause fax people getting sick over a five G. towers and being too close just one of the many conspiracy theories that have been circulating online during the pandemic Brian and his wife didn't keep away from other people or seek help when they fell with corona virus the couple ended up in hospital that's why he was when I speak to him by fighting he was getting better but still struggling to breathe his wife was in a much more serious condition one of until later in a nearby ward the battle that they've been having is with her longs there in flames and they've trying to get to the best medication that they can sign I was available to be able to help with that and her body just is just not responding Brian is no longer karenna vice conspiracy theorist and this case is just one of many examples of how dangerous misinformation can be the BBC's anti disinformation unit has investigated hundreds of misinformation cases and found dozens resulted in real human cost like the virus is spread all over the world misleading information about the drug hydroxy car Quinn has let the poisonings in the U. S. Vietnam and Nigeria online remiss led to multi tax in India those conspiracy theories that Brian mentioned about five G. mobile technology well fed masa possess a light in the UK and other countries perhaps the deadliest incident happened in Iran where health authorities say misleading messages about the preventive effects of drinking alcohol went viral on social media Cheyenne's Atari's all day is a disinformation expert with BBC monitoring we start seeing posts eighteen telegram which is one of the most popular messaging apps in Iran I'm also on Instagram that was means videos that was suggesting drinking alcohol can actually boost the immune system and disinfect the body and soul and someone from catching Corbett ninety the authorities say the room is because nearly eight hundred deaths is difficult to verify each case in a country where the media is heavily restricted experts say there's no reason for the Iranian authorities to downplay the deaths coronavirus present something of a nightmare situation for fact checkers like clam mailed from the British organization full facts we know that bad information can ruin lives and at the moment in the middle of such a huge part of that make such great potential for harm if people aren't getting the right information it's not just touchy Facebook group so what messages causing harm some of the most misleading information comes directly from world leaders and public figures and then I see the disinfectant we're not set up in a minute one and is there a way we can do something like that doctors and poison centers in the U. S. told us they've seen patients coming to die right Tom because of misinformation promoted by president trump and others Dr Duncan Marie treats crate of ours patients at Elmhurst hospital in New York City I do think that president trump's comments are a really tragic example where I think that the spread of misinformation actually influenced some of the messaging that comes from our public officials particularly if they have constituents who are vulnerable to that misinformation throughout the pandemic conspiracy groups have seen the number swelled on Facebook this is what some doctors respect T. fear the most Brian the current of ours patient in Florida has a message for the conspiracists we just can't be playing around anymore distancing Israel and yeah sure we'll listen from the beginning I agree I didn't do that and I'm sorry I don't know the people there won't forget me

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The Logic of People

Between the Slides

08:13 min | 2 months ago

The Logic of People

"Everybody welcome back to the people process. Progress PODCASTS I'm your host Kevin Panel this episode twenty the logic of people in. We'll see why I'm calling that here in a little bit as we talk more with my Matt Schmitt. Ceo OF PEOPLE DOT AI. And thank you again for everyone. That's listen download subscribe. Please give us a rating out. There obviously more stars as good. Help US bump up to the top and share more great stories. Like we're GONNA get today talking with that and so today we'll learn about Matt where he grew up those kind of things Matt. Thank you again for being on the PODCAST. Really appreciate the opportunity to speak with you this evening. No Problem Kevin. Thanks so much for having me cool. So he mentioned. Let's you know the people process progress right so we're learning about you. Cover in the people component obviously a lot of process which is great. I'm excited to have that conversation and share that with other people all the processes you've been through in in in the industries that you've been part of and then of course share with folks As we make progress so kind of jumping into it. Where where are you from? And where did you grow up? Yeah so grew up in eastern North Carolina North Carolina's one of those interesting states. That has this island in the middle between the beaches and the mountains and everything in between is a farm country in in SPLAT and So I grew up in the farming country and was driven to build to get into technology and build a way to escape from the lack of of technology and progress in So came up to to the island here in Raleigh and went to College at NC State. That really kick me off in my My Journey Nice did you were you into technology. Maybe a lot. Were you excited about it or into it when you were younger like did you enjoy like Atari intendo or things like that? Did you have kind of a? You know an attraction to that and I'm GONNA be dated. I'm forty six. I may be older than ordering us. No totally totally had had all those things and you know we had. We had dial up internet. Remember getting my first computer and being intrigued by the potential of that and quickly taught myself how to program and That was really the first you know way to to begin. Escaping on started helping people build websites Back when I was a teenager and so that I've always had that sort of that entrepreneur. Draw ever since I was really young and That seems I've carried well for me did you. Did you get into any particular kind of code you know doing websites begging HMO or or just kind of a little bit everything a little bit of everything early on You know heavily into html and you know even before this was before there was really CSS and early into Java script and then quickly into building programs in basic and And then moving into languages like Java as I taught myself more and more about how to program it was really the I in the early days. It was really driven by You know funny enough as I had a an early computer and we had this. We had the dial up internet and I was really one of the things I was really driven by was. Hey you know. We don't have Microsoft word. I really think I could build something like that. That was foolish of me in the early days while ambitious vision ambition. Never Was Never Short on my in my youth man edge and that with Imagine right now what we're going through with dial up all. I don't understand the true pain that that is a you know when you had to have a separate phone line just so you get kicked off right Yeah that I I think I told some of the other day guys. We head this pandemic during the eighties or even the early nineties How much worse it would be and you didn't get your free Internet. Cd in the mail may trying to figure out how to get into AOL right. You're it'd be along in. Would you know what that's also included that bug of doing that making Got TO NC state and so did you major in computer science or similar a major there. Eso majored in computer engineering and computer and electrical engineering because Foolish me I thought I wanted to actually build the parts of the computer that I wanted to program them until I learned that I hated. Physics hunts so that that really kinda pointedly you know. I still went through with the computer engineering and the electrical engineering but was really focused on programming. And the more computer science aspect of it was doing that all throughout college and That was really where I found a guy connected with my partner. These on Long before it was called We started to build a business together. So were you you met at college. Yeah so he had a business that was had relocated from New York and was in Kerry and he was looking for some people to join his team. And this was in. You know I guess. Mid Dot Com crash Here And so you know. I joined in. You know everything plummeted as know. Our customers lost their customers. And so on and we had this great website called Java lobby and We figured out how to sell ads around and that was really the start of it as we built some interesting technology and learned how to publishers in turn that into a building one of the world's largest developer portals Diese wow I mean that's pioneering stuff right and then there weren't as many tools right to be able to that kind of wrote a lot of scripts for you or helped you along. So did you all have to do a lot of you know just a lot of hours in front of the keyboard. And you know mapping and work like that. Yeah this was you know long before you could really you know there were You had to build everything in those days send so there were know the early days of even things like Google ad sense in go blab words in those types of things. But you know we were. We had to build our own community software And so it was. This was even probably before the May have even been before blogs but certainly before blogs became the place that everybody Trying to put their communities. How did you find Many like minded in in school folks at school they are or were you able to against still pretty. I guess earliest days kind of reach out to other where their user communities than that you all could kind of bounce ideas off each other as well. you know. So that's what we provided primarily and so job lobby had been started by my partner as we scanned it. But in those days you know. The the developing world is much more fragmented job lobby really provided a place for developers have an independent voice in an independent community that was separate from the vendors who were really controlling the messaging Peru tools and development. The is in those days Which is is somewhat different than than what you get. These days and open source was what it was. You know what it is now. It was a big deal if he were open source back so everything is sorta come much further much more quickly than it was in those days.

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"atari" Discussed on Business Wars

Business Wars

02:13 min | 2 months ago

"atari" Discussed on Business Wars

"From that moment on Atari takes off like a rocket. The company uses the money from the first eleven pong machines to make fifty more now. Atari is growing so fast. It's run out of workspace desk surrounded by boxes of TV. He's the parking. Lot is filled with wooden pong cabinet. Every spare surfaces covered in components wires and circuit boards. But then one morning Dabney arrives defined Atari Secretary got some hot gossip Ted. You won't believe this. The company next door moved out in the middle of the night. Yes we're overdue on. The RED DABNEY raises his eyebrows and smiles to himself. I'll be back twenty minutes later. Dabney returns with a sabre saw in his hand. Switches it on and thrust into wall separating Atari from the abandoned office next door drywall? Dust goes flying ten minutes later. The walls gone and Atari Force Base has doubled that afternoon. The landlord storms Matarrese Office. You can't do that. Bush shrugs Frei. We already did. Just send us an invoice for what we owe. By then word of pong spread through arcades. Nationwide orders are pouring in from across the country. Soon Atari will be getting orders from overseas to Atari is leveled up from newbie startup to the founder and leader of a new industry video games. And it'll stay. At the top of the high score table almost unopposed for the next decade. Atari went from zero to hero within a year but sometimes success comes after lots of setbacks and plenty of time just ask.

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"atari" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

14:36 min | 3 months ago

"atari" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"And young adults into arcades and firmly established the coin op division of. Atari as the premier arcade manufacturer. But despite all these successes dark times lay ahead sure beginning in nineteen eighty three which we will talk about a little bit later in this episode to the video game industry experience. A sharp decline in Atari as the largest video game producer at the time began to rapidly. Lose money warriner desperate to unload potentially unstable liability explored options to sell the floundering company and in Nineteen eighty-four Jack Tra- meal the former head of Commodore acquired the home in Computer Division of Atari. From Warner Renaming. That part of the company Atari Corporation so Atari coin op division was separate from their home and computer division. Okay Soon after Warner sold at sixty percent majority share of the coin op division to Namco and Namco subsequently renamed the Arcade Division Atari Games So we're seeing a lot of like they're keeping the word Atari but we're doing a lot of stuff with name changes around this time operating as Atari Games. The Coin Division had moderate success in the nineties with games like paper boy. Indiana Jones Temple of Doom road runner gauntlet road. Blasters seven twenty degrees to been T. O. OB N. And hard drive ins and these were games the eighties nineties but as competition intensified. Atari game struggled to compete in the nineties progressed. Atari Games produced far fewer successful games in experienced several setbacks in nineteen ninety six Time Warner Interactive. Which was the parent company of Atari Games? Sold the company to w MS Industries W MS renamed Atari Games to Midway Games west to avoid confusion with another of their subsidiaries in two thousand and three midway liquidated midway games west assets effectively shuttering the last remnants of Atari Games also the iconic name logo and some intellectual property assets of Atari are currently owned by Atari Interactive a subsidiary of French publisher Atari Sa and as far as I know. That's just like three guys in a room into France. Yeah I was GONNA ask because the nostalgia factor is big right now especially for Atari so you see people like with t shirts and hands and like you know you can buy a lunchbox with old. Atari game stuff on it. Like who gets the money for that sensitive guy? These three hundred. Is there a licensing shirts with tempest and missile command on them and okay But they don't own all of the assets to all of the Games which is is something that's kind of interesting but we'll talk a little bit more about those three guys in a room in France in a bit so I wanted to highlight some important Atari Games. You should know sure right. So starting at the top Peng Nineteen seventy-two the only onscreen instructions for Peng were deposit. Quarter ball will serve automatically. Avoid Missing Ball for high score. Great there you go all right here play. That's now so the player controls an in game paddle by moving it vertically across the left or right of screen and they can compete against another player who's also controlling a second paddle players will use the paddles to hit a ball back and forth and the game is for each player to reach eleven points before the opponent points earned when one fails to return the ball to the other Bush base the game's concept on an Electronic Ping Pong game included in the magnavox Odyssey which was the world's first home video. Game Console in response magnavox sued Atari for patent infringement. Oh okay so pong. Though was the first commercially successful video. Game during the nineteen seventy five Christmas season Atari released their home. Pong exclusively through sears. In it was a huge huge success that led to many other clones so pawn. Great next breakout okay nineteen seventy-six. There's a layer of bricks lining the top third of the screen and the goal is to destroy them all move straight around the screen bouncing off the top and the two sides of the screen when it hits a brick the ball bounces back in the brick is destroyed. The player loses a turn when the ball touches the bottom of the screen so to prevent this from happening the player has a horizontally movable paddle to bounce the ball upward that keeps it in play. Okay so this is like it has the same general physics and Gameplay as Pong yet. There is a ball bouncing the screen. And this time you gotta keep it up instead of So there's a black and white monitor for this game. But the Monitor has strips of colored cellophane placed over it so that the bricks at the top of the game. That's cute hum. The original cabinet of breakout featured artwork. That made the game's plot appear to be that of a prison escape. And according to that released the game the players actually playing as one of the prison's inmates attempting to knock a ball and chain into a wall of their prison cell with a mallet. So kind of like a single player. Peng shirt so those game has an interesting backstory. Nolan bushnell assigned a guy named Steve Jobs to design the prototype for the scum so cells familiar. So so Steve. Jobs is like he's an engineer. He's all super rumbled and hippie liking he smells funny and all the stuff. And he's working for Atari Bush now gives him. You're you're working on breakout your designing this game The problem was is that they wanted to minimize the number of like computer chips that you used in this process. So Steve Jobs called his friend. Steve Wozniak to help him design the game and he told him he would split the fee with him if they could like meet a certain number of chips involved to make the game they were going to get a bonus so Wozniak worked at Atari for four nights street and also working at his actual day job at Hewlett Packard and they designed the game. It was great great. This gave them a bonus of five thousand dollars but jobs kept that secret from Wozniak. Wozniak only received about three hundred fifty dollars. He believed that. Atari had promised seven hundred dollars for design using fewer than fifty chips. So our house like Steve. Jobs designed this game jobs like Yep no problem I got it. Are you going to give me a bonus if I do it right there were like Yep so called friend C. Wozniak and see each other? Did all the work and jobs pocketed all the extra bonus money and that is the story of Apple. Just sit here. They go just apply that just later in time and that is the story of apple so ultimately Tari was actually unable to use Wozniak's design but by designing the board with few chips as possible. He made the design actually difficult to manufacture. It was too compact and complicated to be feasible with Atari skirt manufacturing methods but breakout directly influenced Wozniak's design for the Apple. Two computer okay. So there was some good that came. He said quote a lot of the features of the apple two went in because I had designed breakout for Atari. I had designed it in hardware and I wanted to write in software now so interesting. Interesting backstory Couple of years later we get asteroids. Nineteen seventy-nine this is a space themed multidirectional shooter game designed by lowering rains Ed. Log and Dominic Walsh. The player controls a single spaceship. An asteroid field that it's periodically traversed by flying saucers. The object of the game is to shoot and the asteroids and saucers while not colliding with either or being hit by the saucers counter fire. The game becomes harder as the number of asteroids increases in the game is rendered on vector display in a two dimensional view that wraps around both screen axes to this is an example of vector graphics as opposed to rest or graph. Okay This game sold over seventy thousand arcade cabinets. Becoming Atari is best selling video game of all time. Wow Okay so asteroids. Big Deal A year later they come out with missile command. Nineteen eighty this is designed by Dave Thir- who also designed Atari Vector graphics game tempest that same year as a regional commander of three anti-missile batteries. The player must have been six cities in their zone from being destroyed. The players cities are being attacked by an endless hail of ballistic missiles some of which split like multiple independently targetable reentry vehicles. New Weapons are introduced in later levels. They're smart bombs that can evade a less than perfectly targeted missile or bomber planes and satellites the fly across the screen launching missiles of their own out. The game is played by moving across across the sky. Background with a trackball and pressing one of three buttons to launch a counter missile from the appropriate battery. This is nine hundred. Eighty okay so this is like cold worship it. Yeah like you're a missile. Could come at you at any time. Yeah so when the game was originally designed the six cities of the game were actually meant to represent six cities in California. They were Eureka San Francisco San Louis. Ab- SPO- How do you say that San Luis Obispo? Yeah San Luis Obispo Santa Barbara Los Angeles and San Diego later in development. They remove the names of the cities. Because it was kind of scary to be like you have to. You have to protect these six from getting bumped but while programming missile me and Dave Thir- suffered from extreme nightmares of these cities being destroyed by nuclear blast like PTSD from on this game which was like a super successful Atari video game. That's surprising he really got emotionally involved with this. Yeah jails real sensitive Guy Lawson back to game you probably are more familiar with okay peed. Oh yeah from. Nineteen eighty-one so centipede was co designed by Donna Bailey. O N log. Oh Donna Bailey. What I'd Say Lady's name isn't it a lady's name. Centipede is a fixed shooter. Arcade game and ultimately became one of the most commercially successful titles of the video. Arcades golden age rather than taking place in outer space or in a fantasy realm centipede shrunk players down to conquer the world of insects players. Use a track ball to control a Canon at the bottom of the screen. That's filled with colorful mushrooms and from the top of the screen. There's a centipede that Zigzag way through the mushroom field the Senate changes directions and move down another road. Once it reaches the edge of the screen or runs into a mushroom in players must destroy the mushrooms to get a clean shot at the Senate. The player has to destroy the centipede shooting at section by section and when struck a segment turns into a mushroom? And the remaining centipede breaks off into smaller fragments. Once an entire Senate is destroyed. The screen changes color. And a new centipede spawns again at the top alternately moving quickly or slowly depending on the game level there are three other creepy crawly creatures like spiders. Scorpions and fleas that act as additional threats targets for players so this is often credited as the game that drew women to Playing Video Games. Arcade Donna Bailey. One of the only female programmers in the nineteen eighties video game industry wanted the game to be compelling and look appealing in a dark arcade so she chose Bright Pastel colors graphics with Pinks and Greens and Violet splashing each level. Okay and there were lots of competitor. Knockoffs the official. Atari sequel to this game though was millipedes. Oh yeah that came out a few years later Tempest from Nineteen eighty-one tempest was one of the first games to use a tarez color. Quadros scan vector display technology. It was also the first game to allow the player to choose their starting level. Oh interesting you know. That's interesting and it had a rotating dial for controller. So they're like Atari is playing around with like when we think of video games we tend to think like. Here's a joystick with a button. But we got you know. There's things you drive. There's a trackball styles there's buttons there's all kinds of things happening that's interesting So the objective tempest is to survive for as long as possible and score as many points as possible by clearing the screen of enemies that appear on the playing field. There's a player ship that can fire rapid Shots down tunnel destroying any enemies within the same segment. It's also equipped with a Super Zapper. Which destroys all enemies currently on the playing field once per level? The game was initially meant to be a three D remake of space invaders but early versions had a lot of problems. So they created a new design. And Dave Thir- on this too. He says the the design came from a nightmare where monsters crawled out of a hole in the ground. Poor Dave contains teams needed just camomile tea and more milk and have a therapist. Yeah I just imagine him coming into the office dark circles under his eyes and he's like guys. I have an idea for a video game but I don't think I should unleashed on this world. I believe I can think of that. Yeah and during the prototype stage. The game was Was called aliens and then four tax and then finally titled Tempest so real are Real Arcade. People like me. I actually know this game and and really enjoy it In one thousand nine hundred three we get the video game version of Star Wars. Oh Wow it was the first person rail shooter designed by Mike. Halley and the game uses three D color vector graphics to simulate the assault on the death star from the nineteen seventy seven. Hit Film Star Wars It started life as a game by designer. Jed Margolin called warp speed and then it was adapted to the Star Wars theme. So Okay Ed kind of already had this idea for a game and then when they actually got like the Star Wars License. They were like this perfect. Yeah so. The game features digitized samples of voices from the movie including Mark Hamill as Luke Luke skywalker. Yep Alec Guinness as obi-wan-kenobi James. Earl Jones is darth vader Harrison Ford as Han Solo and then beeps from R. Two D. Two and growls from CHEWBACCA. Assuming the role of Luke skywalker. The player pilots x wing fighter from a first person perspective and the controller again isn't a typical joystick. But it's a yoke with four buttons on it. So you like really feel and your thumb but big hit game.

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Israeli Settlers And Palestinians In Occupied West Bank Grapple With U.S. Peace Plan

All Things Considered

03:23 min | 4 months ago

Israeli Settlers And Palestinians In Occupied West Bank Grapple With U.S. Peace Plan

"Under president trump's peace plan for the Middle East all Israeli settlements in the occupied west bank would remain in place that's the land that Palestinians seek for their own independent state reporter Naomi's level off as Palestinians and Israelis now living in the west bank what this plan would mean for them a tire is a Palestinian village perched on a rocky west bank him mayor Nasser el Atari takes me on a tour of the area in the municipalities white mini van we passed stone buildings some of them hundreds of years old but it never would have been number Atari tells me the village is famous for its herbs but he says over the years the village has lost a lot of farm lands to the Israeli settlement next door it has a similar name a tear at the Israeli anti settlement group peace now says Israel sees some land owned privately by people in a Tara for security perimeter around the settlement the group also says the settlements housing was built on land that had been used by other Palestinian villages of Iron Man at that at the time he takes me to a lookout point where you can see the settlement a bunch of red roofed houses after Israelis began to move there in the nineteen eighties Atari says no one here believe the settlement would stay for ever warning to trump's new peace plan it's not going anywhere man lam local health let him look he says of trump the person who doesn't own something has no right to give it away as a gift and he's not impressed by what the Palestinians would get the White House calls it a state but it would be in pieces surrounded by Israel went back often often when a donut on the he asks where is this state he's offering Atari like most Palestinians once the settlements out of the way there on occupied territory the UN security council has said they're illegal but across the hill in a terrified settlers feel a historic Jewish tied to the west bank I go to Sam's question markers house to ask him about terms plan he's a member of the town council and he and rolls a large map on his living room table for actually in the center of Israel it includes Israel and the west bank but he calls all of it is round you take map of Israel were like almost in the middle he says a tear it was built at a strategic place between two Palestinian cities to prevent them from growing together which he sees as a threat to Israel he's happy the trump plan would let them stay but one thing makes him nervous under the plan they would be an Israeli enclave surrounded by parts of the Palestinian state I think it's a shocking because you know you see where you live and they say that no that you know the Arabs will be all around you after the plan was released his counsel issued a message to a terror it residents over what sap Schumacher reads it to me I think this would describe as a lifestyle which you will note that god been no meat so in one area we're getting seventeen and it that's amazing on the other hand it continues a terror it will be an enclave in the so called Palestinian state his wife ideology marker says she's even concerned that people in a terror it might choose to go somewhere else I'm guessing families who would move many even

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Atari plans to open video game-themed resorts in 8 US cities

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:22 sec | 5 months ago

Atari plans to open video game-themed resorts in 8 US cities

"Thank goodness Atari is opening eight video game themed hotels across the U. S. here that's the company said this week it's gonna break ground on its first hotel later this year in Phoenix Atari says it wants to create a unique lodging experience combining the iconic brand with the video game theme destination hotels are planned in Las Vegas Denver Chicago Austin Texas Seattle San Francisco and

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Atari plans to open video game-themed resorts in 8 US cities

America's First News

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Atari plans to open video game-themed resorts in 8 US cities

"Well if your I. traveling and you want some more fun to stay why not stay at an Atari hotel yeah the video game company the arcade a company that I shared in the gaming revolution in the eighties is opening up a video game themed hotels across the country it will break ground on the first one this year in Phoenix and then Atari says it wants to create others it says it's a creating it's creating a unique lodging experience combining the iconic brand with a video game themed destination so in addition to Phoenix they're going to build one in Las Vegas Denver Chicago Austin Texas Seattle San Francisco and San Jose time lines for the other hotels other than Phoenix were not released I cannot wait twenty six hundred I just

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Atari Wants to Build Video Game-Themed Hotels

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Atari Wants to Build Video Game-Themed Hotels

"Atari the maker of such video games as pacman and Space Invaders is invading a new space hotels sienet reports the Arcadium company announced yesterday it would be opening eight video game themed hotels across the United States the first breaking ground this spring in Phoenix Arizona yes there are two scheduled for the bay area San Francisco and San Jose Terry says the hotels will have fully immersive experiences including augmented reality and virtual reality some also come with ease sports

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Acciari scores with 5.6 seconds left, Panthers beat Wild 5-4

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Acciari scores with 5.6 seconds left, Panthers beat Wild 5-4

"The Panthers scored twice in the final four minutes including the winner with five point eight seconds left in regulation to slip past the wild five four in St Paul Noll Atari tip the mark Pisek shot past Alex stay locked in the final seconds to complete the comeback the battle that Elaine get decal intro which can I call you know just how much time with us is the goal is reviewed for a high stick they deemed it good Panthers get the victory that's five straight wins for Florida their first ever win at Xcel energy center in regulation wild suffer the loss and see their two game win streak come to an end Kevin fall miss Minneapolis

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The State of the iPhone

Mac Power Users

07:53 min | 6 months ago

The State of the iPhone

"Let's talk about the various apple platforms and we're we're GONNA do these state of a platform shows. We're going to separate them out by several months. We're not gonNA just like dumped them all on you at once but you know we want to talk about the iphone Mac. The I pat probably online services is a separate one but we just want to kind of talk about where apple's been and where we're going and kind of Grade them a little bit. I guess on how they're doing on these various platforms and today's the first one of those. Yeah I'd I'd love this idea because it's nice to sort of check in and see where where things are and kind of as a moment in time and what's what's kind of wild and thinking about this because we've been talking about all these episodes sort of as a block given that we're going to split them up over time just really. How mature some many of apple's products and platforms really have become an even something? Newer newer of doing air quotes like the Apple. Watch or the IPAD. They've got several years under their belt. Now you know the Apple Watch has been around for five years. The IPAD is coming up on ten and his mind blowing so it feels like a really good season to start this off. Yeah agree and you know. And the reason we're starting with the iphone is because the iphone is largely the big it is the biggest product that apple makes. It is driving the bus. I spent a few minutes on Google. And the first. There's three quarters of two thousand nineteen. We don't have the twenty twenty results yet but I'm sorry the fourth quarter results yet but the first three quarters the iphone sold thirty one billion dollars by by phone. It is fifty three and a half percent of apple's business. So it's over half of Apple's business. Although that number's going down it used to be even a higher percentage which of Apple's business and actually that's a good thing I feel like for those years that it was the rocket ship and it was almost all of apple's business. They spent all all their attention on the IPHONE and Mac and some of these other devices suffered and now. That's not true so they've got to pay attention to everything. Yeah I I have been totally fine with balanced being restored to the four syllable bit here. Do you WanNa talk about Star Wars. The iphone today. Sorry sorry sermon. Stay on target. And you can't talk like that. I'm sorry I'm sorry dangled in front of you all right. We should do something like that. I don't know when but we should just I like that Anyway Apple still very much. The IPHONE company and That's the big product. So that's the first state of a showy wanted to I do I don't know about you but for me. The iphone really was a mind bender when it showed up. I remember I. Don't I've said this on the show before I don't remember the the guy's name but there was a guy. He had a black turtleneck and pair of glasses and he did a bunch of introductory videos of the iphone that got released a couple days before the original iphone got released. At least you remember those I do. Yeah I mean they were apple videos there on apple's website And because I was thinking oh I don't have six hundred dollars to spend on the phone and watch those videos and it sunk in me. I was completely hooked. I think I've told the story before but deering thing. I was a apple retail employees. At the time the original iphone came out and was announced and I was actually on vacation during that macworld. Keynote visiting family in rural North Carolina and Virginia. So the I of course. There's obviously before the iphone so I didn't know what was going on until I got back like my aunt's house and she had dial up and like I check my email and had email from a friend of mine at the store just basically like holy cow. Can you believe this and I remember like on. My guess would have been a powerbook at the time. Trying to load like the apple dot com slash iphone webpages which like full of graphics. I remember they were black. Lack look really cool and it totally blew my mind and this is used a newton for a long time and used a palm trae. Oh that was actually my current phone. Be Right before the iphone so I was sort of hipped the idea of of a smartphone or something that you carried with you. An ultra portable. We'll device but that first iphone seemed like it just like it came from the future and just had landed here in the president of a sudden. Yeah well I I mean me. I don't WanNA dwell on the past too much but at the time I had a a palm tree. Oh Yeah No. It wasn't that was the one they're back then but I had totally turned it into to a Mac. I had like downloaded apple icons and I had basically hacked the thing to death so it was like a MC- you know. The it looked like a AH Macintosh if you look at the screen you know it was great and so I was. You know I was interested but it was expensive than than I saw those videos and then I was sunk and and that was the start of a beautiful relationship. But you're not the beginning apple really. It changed the world in terms of phones. Nobody headphones and touchscreens. And nobody headphones with an actual working browser. I mean. I don't know if you remember. But the palm treo browser was It was terrible. I'm going to say a word. But they would get us. We'd lose our CLEANTECH. It was real bad it was it was it was I think. Jobs calls in a keynote like the baby internet. It was not good. I remember you go to a website and I see a couple of words like usually the links would show up but just as plain text and it was just like it was it was terrible but You know in fairness Internet was a lot slower in the radios or slower and all that but it was it was terrible and so apple comes out with this phone. I remember reading a little later about a meeting at blackberry. Act Berry where they had. The iphone brought it into a board meeting and somebody threw it on the table and said this isn't real there. They you know like they didn't even believe it was possible. Both which is why they lost but anyways so apple made this phone and they had this huge lead over the entire industry but that was is a long time ago and now Google is in there making great operating systems last week. I spent several days with Google phone knowing that we're making the show and just to see what was going on on that side of the fence. I don't I don't go over there too. Often they're very good phones in the operating system is not you know. The dumpster fire was years ago. So how is apple holding up and that's something we want to talk about today. Yeah it's amazing that in the period media time since then that it has become not only completely normal to have something like an iphone I keep current android phone Having something like that with you but just it. It is hard to overstate how much the world has changed because of these devices like I don't thank you can't overstate it. Because it has created entire industries it has equipped people to do things that weren't possible before it's it's really in the in the world. There's few things that hold that sort of power I think over culture yet. It's created industries and has destroyed them as well and in the You know and I feel like I'm an enabler on this technology but at the same time if you listen to the focus podcast. I'm really aware of the attention. Deficit problems assumes that can result from having the Internet in your pocket and yeah and actively trying to help people not get sucked into that black hole but I mean so it really right. The the iphone changed. Everything I mean. In a lot of ways it may be a more momentous events than the personal computer was. Was You know when we first started getting maximum. PC's and Atari back in the day. I mean I think this is certainly affected a bigger percentage of

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Trump Warns Trade Talks With China May Last Past 2020 Election

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

07:16 min | 7 months ago

Trump Warns Trade Talks With China May Last Past 2020 Election

"A let's talk a bit about trade in the markets this morning so I've been twenty four hours president Donald Trump is issue to series of trade threats on three continents it's a reminder to financial markets that the president is comfortable heading into an election year using tariffs as his main source of international economic leverage but as our next guest points out without a trade truce and a US China trade deal the global economy is headed for recession will joining us now is in the test saw who is director of research at wisdom tree very good morning to the test that is not the sort of base case for most the the global economy goes into recession next year but it is for you is that right whoa oh base case is that we could could get some trade deal done because of the presidential election but to yesterday's comments and comments we frequently heard of last few months personal risk on to that so we think that the risk of going into a recession is very high and and we believe that we were started slipping into recession we can see that international trade has slipped considerably global patch the minis indices while they may have patted the little last couple of months but they've been heading south in the below the fifty marker of Dimock demarcation between the construction and expansion so we think that you know do the comments made yesterday and and and and in the months before really increase the risk of recession by many fold is it also part of the mold of the global tariff issue because it's not just China those Atari problem with Donald Trump is threatening massive tariffs on France but also because the Harris on Brazil and Argentina I mean it seems to be among the many fronts this trade worn is that part of the engine which is driving what you're talking about absolutely so you know it started off with primarily a US China trade will but if the reason the success in in trump actually of protecting the did you S. from Chinese imports than that blueprint will be deployed elsewhere we've seen a lot of that this week the terrorists on metals from Argentina Brazil because he's unhappy with their currency policies is hope trump tools and hot I'm happy with the tax policies it in in the on the side of it every year end within days within Europe and he may you that increase terrorists here as well so this punitive tariffs applied relive the place ain't on top of sanctions will re knows our players he wrong in Venezuela so they did the number of protectionist policies or increasing by many fold yeah so protectionism is a is a significant concern but did you think the markets have been there for much too complacent overseas becoming now increasingly difficult actually to price trade war especially when he sees you to becoming so widespread possibly so the impact of these trade wars has probably been a manufacturing so many factions being weak globally but the consumer in the labor market been holding up pretty well and on a global basis not just in the US but in Europe as well but that may not last forever as you know that there will come a point where a slowdown in manufacturing could bleed into the rest of the economy if if the presidential election is will the way to the back end of twenty twenty even if there is a last minute Catholics to get something done it may happen too late and that's why I think the risk of a global recession is pretty high at this point what about the European aspect of that because of the low to focus on to the German dates of French staters well and Italian a sense that we need some sure really where this is moving in European terms we have a new head of the C. B. of course is trying to move towards a whole review of that policy in trying to keep things together what's your take on Europe going into twenty twenty yes I think it you your pet will be a particular interesting area because we will return to we know that interest rates or negative in Europe so the ECB's policy space is very limited we have to think a lot more you know creatively in terms of what he does for a in terms of reaching into his toolbox we know the quantitative easing when deployed previously had been criticized heavily for you know being a set price re re re face rather than goods and service press refresh rate so I think could easily be will respond to some of those criticisms at the same time the European Commission is under new leadership as well and DC be under new leadership of the Christine Lagarde who is a politically astute leader I think that that they'll be a time for creative thinking and that could involve money tree in fiscal institutions becoming closer together even in Germany which is being very very against you know anything beyond interest rate policy you know we are seeing political change there as well the eight SPD are pushing for towards abolishing the zero black policy of balanced budgets if we start seeing that those cogs move we could start to see the ECB and Los number fiscal stations across Europe becoming closer together yeah me seventy seven is dedicated in the pipeline at least if not longer so you yeah we'll have to see but you're a fun as Mrs also meeting today to discuss kind of reforming the year every year and and the banking unit of but it just also want to get your take on a pet because thought it was a pop the more immediate issue folk markets and we've had already put mixed signals about whether we get a get further cuts to output say if Iraq's oil minister speaking saying that they would want to diesel cut of four hundred thousand barrels per day to offset slowing Dimond I mean a lot of other say that does not seem likely that sent out live voice you've taken it is yes Sir it's good it's clear that the opac at least need to extend current cuts that that's a baseline to wed at least to the middle of next year until they have the next policy meeting so I think the okay to keep the policy taking over by sort of mid policy even media policy meetings but beyond that I think the reason a strong incentive to cut even further because we'll prices all extremely weak at this point in time and they're not working knowledge in some of the geopolitical risks but that not seen as something that okay call really could control but the it's hard to for these OPEC countries to expand their topics into it in into the oil fields in an environment of low we call prices one of the top of that Saudi Arabia is just about to float it's a it's a another company a Saudi Aramco and it needs a stronger role of prices for the food to meet its valuations I know he's already notes down these valuations of two one point five two will play seven trillion away from to treat him before but is we embarrassing to go for something even lower than that so Saudi Arabia as a de facto head of OPEC will be pushing all members for deeper cuts alright miss ash thanks very much indignities show the director of research and

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This Console Cost the Equivalent of $758 in 1977

Covert Nerd Podcast

05:47 min | 8 months ago

This Console Cost the Equivalent of $758 in 1977

"The Atari video pinball system I think it was a Tari pit video pinball C.. Three sixty I think is the full name and it was released in nineteen seventy seven but we got this one. Probably in seventy eight seventy nine maybe even eighty but I was looking back at this is is the way it set up. Have pictures in the show notes. So you the listener can go check it out. But it basically is a big block of the plastic and it has a dial on the top and then it has two little push buttons on the side for your pinball games because it was a pinball game basketball ballgame and then break out or pong. Excuse me break out. And then Pong too and you use a little side buttons as flippers for the or the pinball all game and then the dial in the front used for breakout in then it ran and it was color but the most insane thing is is that Iran on six exte- batteries six at sea batteries. Yeah yeah let that roll off. The tongue see batteries. It didn't plug in and I remember we'd always have to replace stupid things with the batteries and you win. It started running low on batteries. The lines on the screen started to get blurry a little bit and kind of Fade in and out and you hooked it up to your TV and it was done through the antenna system because back then they didn't have hd Meyer higher even the RCA. Jack You just had this antenna attachment that would kind of you. Had these two screws on the back of your TV you'd loosen them up and put these little wires underneath and tighten. Tighten it back down again. And that's how hooked up and it was color but way we had it at our house is the Nice TV was upstairs and it was color and the downstairs had an old black and white. TV So we didn't even had color for for this system. Sometimes my parents would let us bring it upstairs and play with it up there. But so so the seven video games at a had were four pinball pinball variations basketball game in two versions of breakout so breakout had the little paddle at the bottom. And then you knock out all the little color tiles at the top and the I don't remember much about the basketball game I just remember the pinball and the break breakout by far are was the one that we we played the most. But I don't know if you've ever seen this one randy before her heard about it. I've heard of it but I've never seen it. I've never used used one. I've never seen one in the wild super interesting I. I'm so surprised that it runs on batteries. No definite it's that's so weird but this is one of those like it's Kinda what Nintendo does anymore. It's one of those. The controller is the console. Guess where the controls patrols built right into the console. That's that's very interesting. I it is like we you or Or a switch and I didn't know about the is cool that it's has pinball and it's got the buttons on the side for the flippers. That's fun yeah. It's in research like we were saying earlier. There are a lot of systems like this. That didn't this is before the days of the cartridge. So you put all your games in one big block unit and we primarily had this on the floor in front of the TV. So you Kinda lay on your stomach car. You might sit and put it on your lap and use it that way and that's us the buttons. There's some buttons on the Front. You have five different buttons ones reset select elect option power and then ball served so when you did pong or breakout you hit the little button and then the ball comes down and you start playing then as how how that worked so the the guts of it your your calculator. Your watch probably has more world than this thing but it was. It was our first system. I was probably five six years old at the at the most when we got it and so for me it was like well. This is really cool and I grew up in the in the country out in Nebraska. So we didn't have an arcade nearby and so this was. I'm surprised my parents bought this. Actually I'm shocked and yet because the kind of had a pong market back then but this kind of came to an end of course when later on the Atari Twenty six hundred came out and you could more more than seven games on system and the cost for this. I was researching this. So the cost for this back in seventy seven on one website said it was isn't one hundred seventy nine dollars which would be seven hundred and fifty eight dollars in today's dollars. Imagine your parents spending almost eight hundred bucks or even now spending spending seven hundred fifty eight dollars for a game system that only played seven games seven games so yeah there's no Expanding the library there. Wow that's insane I. I was just shocked when I ran the numbers on that as a website. You can go to plug in the year and it will you put the dollar amount. It tells you what that is valued today but seven. Let's see systems like playstation four and Xbox or what four ninety nine. I think we're based system. I think so. Yeah I one hundred bucks. This is two hundred fifty dollars more than just so. When I heard that I saw that I was like? I'm sure my parents pigs except year or two later so probably wasn't quite that but it was still still a lot of money and I think the thing that of course this thing is the style gic for me so of course I'm probably is not that great of a system when he kind of look at it but at the time and that your first system you kind of like Whoa. This is cool. I I have no plans to buy this. You can buy it on Ebay and other places. But I don't know we don't even have an antenna hookup. You'd probably have to get some sort of adapter to make it

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Analogue Pocket Portable Gaming Handheld Announced

Game Scoop!

04:09 min | 9 months ago

Analogue Pocket Portable Gaming Handheld Announced

"Analog pocket very cool hint held a new device that plays all game boy games and plus there's an adapted to play other classic handle games from game gear links neo Geo pocket color it's from the guys that brought you the into the superintendent the Mega S G S G think so so these guys make fantastic re-creations of classic consoles that don't use emulate Asian that means it's not like a retro by you have to actually supply your own cartridges but it's the best way to play classic game these today without Emulation basically thinks it's a super nintendo when it's when it's built the right so dumb doesn't no definitely not using any any kind of but they also like hook up really easily two TV's awesome excited this has that cradle because it has a doc doc just like a a switch and it's just like plug and play Your Game Boy Games on TV One of my questions this which is the whole point of the analog is that it's hard to hook up these consoles to modern televisions whereas the analog has hdmi out like remove those barriers but with a handheld did you don't have the like like why should I buy this instead of just buying like a gameboy advance S. P. to play at Jesus still have a thing with screens that plays your old yeah and also as a super resolution like and by the way I'm honestly asking what now it has incredibly high resolution screen so it's a nice screen oh it's amazing surprised that I mean the best screen of any handle device ever switch what about the ipad no what about what about the IPAD but like a dedicated gaming vice yeah it is better than the switch I think and it also plays Not Just not just game boy advance games play when you're in the game added you can feel it is it is a screen backlit yeah it's an it's a steady stream that's an upgrade from gameboy right but there's plenty of things at play Gameboy with Nice backwards screens so you're right that you know you might not need this if you have a really nice game boy ds light just like there's a lot of this and a lot of people there are probably GonNa Massa Atari Lynx Games I do want one like I'm not trying to be critical of it like I have a massive pile of Gameboy and gameboy color NBA cards and the Gameboy advance in my house somewhere but I haven't seen one in year so gameboy advance library is like it's important untapped like raising libraries of all time it's it's it's super nintendo quality at a bigger library yeah by threefold advance this love Chevalier on there you know you probably don't want did you don't WanNa play ninety percent of those game what about X. versus ever Yeah probably not that one I think we get that for twenty questions sometimes anyway I think very cool it's coming next year two hundred dollars some people are balking at that price some people are balking at that price does it come with the adapters I think I'm not sure if it comes with the adapters and it does not come with the duck the DOC is sold separately right your parents help you hook it up I think it looks really cool I like the I liked the same way Oh crap what's the name of the thing but the crank play play lady I probably up to yeah it's got a similar vibe to in it just feels this is very unscientific but just I'm drawn to the industrial design of it that very intangible beautiful yeah yeah even the DOC is beautiful like the setup event The libraries of games available for these systems is like the the shovellers cheaper them but like the games that are good are really expensive they're not they're not five dollar games anymore twenty dollar games or more than that that's unfortunate but they're really good games there it's also very easy to emulate those on many other things that have great screen so I don't know how this will do but it's four specific audience like the other analog things and for me I love having Super Nintendo and Nintendo hooked up to my TV anytime I don't have a bunch of those and my new systems and I think this would fit really nicely between now

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Ansel Elgort on 'The Goldfinch'

Here & Now

05:42 min | 10 months ago

Ansel Elgort on 'The Goldfinch'

"Recently we had the chance to grab a few minutes with actors and sell l. gordon oakes vaguely when the two were at the toronto film festival promoting their new movie the goldfinch which opens tomorrow they play older and younger versions of theo and continued that mash as we spoke this is oaks and and this is oaks no no this is aso this is ansel is oaks it's understandable in the goldfinch bench we go back and forth through time the theo's blend the young theo goes with his mother to an art museum in new york there's a terrorist bombing she is killed he stumbles out stunned clutching painting of a goldfinch then he ricochets from the upper class home of a classmate to his deadbeat dads place in las vegas clash forward the adult view and elgort sells antiques though as we hear in the scene with a client played by denis o'hare maybe they're not antiques i i want to talk about the peace you've already sold me the athletic it is beautiful isn't yes except that it isn't is thomas athletic i mean the phoenix ornament ornament is i'm fairly certain about that but the rest of the chest is not the goldfinch directed by john crawley it's based on donna tarts beloved i love it and bestselling pulitzer prize winning novel i asked ansel elgort first about the pressure but i don't think there's any way we could live up to donna towards novel know every the sentence you hang on is i think i could read that book a hundred times and not guitar alex how about you when you were asked to play the young theo what did you know of it well my mother had had read the book previous and she was a huge huge fan still is a massive end she talked about the book in descriptive it was and how incredible was and so immediately i was interested in the project and wanted to be a part of it yeah i hadn't read the book and so i want to let listeners know oh that especially if you haven't read the book the twists and turns in the directions the film goes will be even more shocking to you but answer how would you describe theo broken i'm very self aware a actor man whose made many mistakes doesn't know how to take them back and end is on like an avalanche of lies and regrets but it just won't stop among the mistakes refer back to that masterpiece that theo takes from the museum the goldfinch which really exists in hangs in the hague it was painted by dutch artist carol pieters for breaches who himself off was killed in a gunpowder explosion but in the book and film theo takes the painting something is mentor hobie played by jeffrey wright finds unforgivable do you know that it was his last painting because he died explosion stupid accident and somehow miracle miracle it's it survives through centuries until you we hung event i didn't know what it was i then i don't even know why i kept it trotting oh he's just trying to keep it safe the cape and oaks how would you describe the young theo say he's broken he's i'm just trying to crawl his way back to normal life and the reminder the constant reminder of the painting being by his side is an incredibly a difficult thing to break that bond that he has with the painting is never severed so he is constantly trying to make sure he has us an understanding of not only where the painting but the painting itself at all times y- the stress of that i mean it's his rock his addiction it's his mother in both breath of you both the os are observers i'm any thoughts about that playing observers i think don atari such a great observer and she wrote this book in first person from theo's point of view so we sort of get a bit of donna in theo as an observer i think theo is incredibly he can be incredibly quiet when he wants to be in and he's constantly looking at everything and everyone and judging everyone on first sight which i think he ultimately might not be the best the quality of him but i think that's who he is the young theo oaks vaguely plays is in shock from living through that bombing and then being hall to the foreclosed does landscape of las vegas where his dad dies and he's left with dad's uncaring girlfriend the hotels only pal we have to get back to new york i can't stay here she'll put me in a home you understand that look i'm a minor i've got no family no friends out here have to go yeah you never really know where you're going to end up but i've definitely grown as a person and grown creatively a lot more of an observer after playing theo i would it's a as well how 'bout you i'm just excited to do more work i'm really excited to keep doing what i've been so lucky to be able to do with my life no kidding your careers continuing you're playing tony in west side story yes one of the most coveted roles i mean just how's that feeling it's awesome it is a blast it is crazy that i'm playing in a musical i love musicals musicals that's how i got into this also i'm enjoying every moment of it the gold finish finished ours ansel elgort and oaks vaguely villanovans invaders tomorrow

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Latest On Tyreek Hill

NFL Live

11:14 min | 1 year ago

Latest On Tyreek Hill

"Today. It was announced tyreek. Hill will not be suspended by the N._F._l.. N._F._l.. Hill was accused of assaulting his son. The League launched an investigation and right around ten A._M.. This morning Adam schefter reporting that the lead could not find evidence that he did but the case will remain open. A further evidence emerges of here is the N._F._l.. Statement today with regards to tyree kill the N._F._l.. Said similarly based on the evidence presently available the N._F._l.. CanNot conclude that Mr Hill violated the personal conduct policy accordingly he may attend Kansas City's training camp and participate speeding all club activities he has been it will continue to be subject to conditions set forth by the District Court Commissioner Goodell and the chiefs which include clinical evaluation and therapeutic intervention the chiefs have now weighed in all this as well. Let's get to Kansas City. This is what the chiefs had to say based on the information provided to us by the League. We have decided it is appropriate or Tyrique to return to the team at the start of training camp. The club fully supports that conditions return laid out by the League and we'll continue to monitor any new developments in the case we are glad to welcome back to the team and look or to the start of training camp next week okay so now that we have all that information. Let's get to Adam. Schefter has been following this story closely for mullets now Adam. How did the lead come to this decision Jack? This has been a lengthy investigation from the N._F._l.. which is found itself in the investigation business and during the course of its investigation the N._F._l.? Never could find evidence that that tyreek Hill was basically guilty of essentially assaulting his three year old son as he had been accused of doing. I think the longer the investigation went on the more became apparent to the N._F._l.. And it's is that Tyreek Hill here did not essentially wound his son and was not guilty of some of the things that he had been accused of doing. I think the chiefs organization felt as a whole that tyreek Hill put himself in bad situations but he did not break the arm of his three year old son and in that eleven minute audiotape that many people have heard the sounds of where tyree kill is essentially saying to his then fiancee unique to be scared of me as well using profane language. I think the N._F._l.. Fill in listening to the full eleven minute tape of that sound that in its context that common does standout it does grab your attention. It is deeply deeply disturbing but if the N._F._l.. In its opinion listened to the whole tape and felt that in the context of IT Atari Kill did nothing wrong and this is a league remember Jack that really has gone out of its way to discipline players from everything I'm from smoking marijuana to deflate footballs to anything could and in this particular case a league that has taken a hardline stance on so many different players with so many different issues over the years decided here in one of the most deeply disturbing in cases of all Atari. Kill is not guilty of what he's doing in the League left open the right to go back and discipline them. If further evidence emerges right now Jack Tyreek Hill will be a training camp will be a full participant. Is the full go for the upcoming season ahead. So what do we expect to happen. Next year is at this point done in something further emerges in less something further emerges tyreek hill is in the free and clear at this particular point time as you mentioned kitchen he will be a camp and keep in mind. This is an organization that had banned him from attending off season activities because the organization itself wanted to gather more information as the N._F._l.. Did as well I think both sides came to the conclusion here as as much as it was looking for evidence that he did something it could not prove that can conclusively in this case. I know there's a skeptical public out there with good reason because so many times there are people involved in instance like this that are so deeply disturbing but in this case the N._F._l.. L. Determined that tyreek Hill did nothing wrong at and we appreciate the information we want to get to this too before we get back to you later on in the show as tyreek did respond on twitter. He said the last few months have been very difficult for me. especially as a father of the false allegations originally reported in March were highly highly publicized involved the care of my son. I'm grateful for so many things for so. Many people have supported me during this challenging time I fully respect and accept the N._F._L.'s decision to the N._F._l.. Commissioner Goodell and everyone who assisted in this investigation thank for your time and for conducting a thorough investigation I will not let you down so Damien Woody. What is your reaction first? Let me say that would Li funding Incan inconclusive as far as the assault concern. Everyone deserves the presumption of innocence. There's no question about that. Martha's moving forward is clearly from the audio. He did threat his mother. This child okay combine that with a pattern of tyreek hill in these types of incidences dating back to college and so for me was disturbing is that there's no there's there's nothing no punishment at all in this particular situation compared to Ezekiel Elliott who has six games and I'm lift SCR. I'm left scratching my head as to why can't we be more transparent superior about how they how they got to this point because I'm sitting here and I'm just looking at everything and like I said there's a presumption of innocence that tyreek Hill deserves in this particular case but there are things there are breadcrumbs news a lot this that's been going on along the way that make you think this do doesn't get anything but Ezekiel Elliott get six games so I just want some more transparency from the league and how they got you got to this particular situation because that's a that's a complaint invicta noses. That's a complaint no only from the players but I think the fans themselves in regards to how the League administers disciplined on the topic of transparency the problem is Adams said the League in the investigation business that that's the problem the N._F._l.. Doesn't have subpoena power doesn't have the power to compel witness testimony so the to the extent to which it can even conduct one of these investigations is limited and any evidence in fines with the to help law enforcement. It may not be able to reveal to the public because that may be it may be confidential. It may be something law. Enforcement didn't want them to share so there are all kinds of reasons that transparency is not going to happen in situations like this especially when it comes to a case involving the welfare of a child those those matters are even more closely guarded but the issue is why is the League doing these investigations in the first place and is it right for them to do it or should they let the legal system take care of it. The one thing is there's no more criminal case pending against against tyreek Hill Adam said unless something further emerges in terms of evidence what's going on. There's a hearing proceeding in Kansas called a child in need of care proceeding not a criminal proceeding but it's to determine what's best for the welfare for the child. If something were to come out of that the league were defined out a detail that supported the idea that he broke the personal conduct policy required discipline. They're reserving the right to go back into this and say okay we found some of that but to this point versus versus Ezekiel Elliott. They felt like they had evidence there whatever anybody wants to say they felt like they had evidence there. They felt on this case that they didn't have evidence that that was sufficient to warrant a violation of the personal conduct policy. That's the only part that kind of <hes> you know that I have questions questions about as a as a player if I was a play what's the barometer like what what makes one incident more severe than the other. What how are you gauging this as a front office or as as the N._F._l.? As they go and conduct these investigations how do you decide which one is more severe than the other. How are you justifying a six game suspension for Ezekiel and zero game suspension for tyreek Hill when they both essentially were in? You know the news for something <hes> putting the N._F._l.. Putting the shield in a bad bad light so I just that's the big thing for me as a player or you know being having been a player in that locker room is how are you gauging this N._f._l.. How are you going about this business? Engaging one against the and that's the thing it's case by case. They're not using past cases to to inform current ones but the problem is it's case by case but each case doesn't come with an equivalent amount of supporting evidence or information they might have had more cooperation from people on Ezekiel Elliott. They might have been able to find more information than they did on tyreek. Or vice versa you know so that's the problem with this. You can't equate one situation or another because behind the scenes when they're doing these investigations so much rests on what they can get and very often. It's very little if the hell out of the business. It really all comes down to listen if you're the N._F._l.. I think what's more important the N._F._l.. Needs to take this whole this whole piece of the Pie and outsource it somewhere else okay because clearly we're going WANNA keep asking these questions again because this is gonna come up again with another player. We're going to have the same type of questions again and again so if I'm the N._F._l.. Outsource that somewhere else and just get back to what you do really well which is marketing putting on a good product for aw fan and let the legal system take care of it and let them dean whatever they want to deem is the proper punishment for for whatever the crime is and we'll go from there far less important. I think we all understand that but the reality tyreek hill is going to be playing football continue continue so we all gotta understand understand that. What does he change for Kansas City? I mean obviously a talented player or else. We wouldn't be talking about this like this. It's huge. I mean obviously a guy coming over fourteen hundred yard plus <hes> receiving season twelve touchdowns I mean a huge weapon of for Mahomes and in from home just going to have that fifty touchdown caliber type of season that we all know he can have obviously coming coming off of fifty touchdown season he's going to need tyreek hill and he's going to to play at a high level and having him back having them there for training camp and not missing missing a substantial amount of games or whatever the case may be is huge for that team to continue to build and continue to go through the things that they want to go through in order to get to that pinnacle and that's the Super Bowl. You'll wanna tell you what it means. He has something that you can't teach speed. I don't know how you convict we. We all talk you ask players as teams. He might be the one player that scares teams the most out of any offensive player in the league because he has something that quite frankly you just I don't know if there's any other player that can really touch him as far as his speed and explosiveness and it scares teams to death so bring him back into the mix for the cancer genes put some right back in the fool to try to represent the A._F._C. so we will be back to hill with Adam schefter later in the show but thirty one other teams was super bowl dreams as well. We're getting all the day we're GONNA hit every training camp

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Linux Command-Line Editors Vulnerable to High-Severity Bug

The Full Circle Weekly News

03:15 min | 1 year ago

Linux Command-Line Editors Vulnerable to High-Severity Bug

"Lennox command line editors vulnerable to high severity bug vim before version. Eight dot one dot thirteen sixty five and Neil vim before version zero dot three dot six are vulnerable to an arbitrary code execution flaw. That went, especially crafted file is opened in either editor a remote session can be opened. Patches are already available in all supported versions of boon to the researcher on this project says beyond patching. It's recommended to disable mode lines in the vim are C to use the no secure mode lines plugging or to disable mode line. E X P R to disallow expressions in mode lines. Katie plasma five dot sixteen is now available for cocoon to this release brings with it, better support for Wayland while using the proprietary, Invidia graphics driver, better networking, plasma, discover improvements and lots of visual improvements. While this release is already available in the cabin to nineteen ten repository aback ports PPA's available for nineteen o four and older. Endless OS three dot six. Oh Lennox distribution. Now, available this release of endless has seen version bumps of Ghanem to version, three thirty two and the Colonel the five zero there's also, better wacko, tablet support less flicker during boot on Intel graphics hardware and reduce storage requirements would installing applications a desktop bug that left icons unusable until some other desktop. Interaction was performed has been fixed. Finally, the endless companion app for Android has difficulty sinking. So it was temporarily removed. Introducing matrix one dot O and the matrix dot org foundation after five years in the release of matrix one dot O in synapse, one dot O. The matrix one dot O API surfaces ready for anyone to independently create clients servers, Botts bridges while this is a one point zero release not all features are implemented nor even specified, but the core is available and ready to use. One highlight that may cause issues for users is the adoption of x five oh, or tickets, this change will improve service side trust, but will adversely affect those home servers without valid Teela certificates. System, seventy six's, supercharged, gazelle, laptop is finally vailable, as reported last week, these laptops will ship with nine th generation Intel processors in video sixteen series graphics up to sixty four gigs of ram, and backlit chick lit keyboard. Additionally envy me, drives of up to two terabytes are available as options, these laptops, come with either a boon to or Papua's pre installed. Lenovo ThinkPad, laptops, are available with a boon to while not directly say in their press. Release the high end Lenovo ThinkPad P series, laptops, have a boon to Lennox listed, as the preloaded OS option alongside the usual windows options red hat is also listed, but only as a certified option. Atari lynx, powered gaming console is now available for preorder after successful, crowdfunding campaign Atari announced the crowdfunding backer release date as December of twenty nineteen any other early adopters will be seeing a March twenty twenty release date, the console will have an AMD Reisen CPU built in and will be capable of four K resolution and HDR at sixty frames per

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Apple's Original Brand Strategy: Get Ahead of Atari in the Phonebook

The Bobby Bones Show

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Apple's Original Brand Strategy: Get Ahead of Atari in the Phonebook

"Steve Jobs. Chose the name apple for his company in part because he wanted it to appear before Atari in the phone book where he previously works. That's funny. Yeah. I didn't know that. I knew that's what some people do like. Hey lumber. Really, yes. They'll be. Iki. Yeah. Pest control it works. That's funny on apple before Tari. That's, that's very

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Trial begins in challenge to 4 abortion laws in Virginia

WBBM Evening News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Trial begins in challenge to 4 abortion laws in Virginia

"Forty one. A trial is underway in a federal lawsuit, challenging several of Virginia's abortion law Virginia law is being challenged include one that excludes nurse practitioners and physician's assistance from performing first trimester, abortions lawyers for the women's health groups sowing the state began their case by calling a doctor who testified that abortion, quote is one of the safest medical procedures that exist that trial comes after several states have passed tough do Atari abortion laws, including Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Ohio, in

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Prosecutors re-open investigation into NFL star Tyreek Hill

Dale & Keefe

09:17 min | 1 year ago

Prosecutors re-open investigation into NFL star Tyreek Hill

"All right. So this tyreek hill situation has just turned out to be an absolute mess. So rate before the draft starts really what was it like an hour before the draft KC TV, and Kansas City drops this video which they released that it was a recording. Of Tyree kills now. Fiancee's make crystal Espino. Okay. Now this came right after is announced on Wednesday that tyreek hill would not be charged in Johnson county in the child abuse case it was determined. They said that they didn't have enough evidence to determine who committed the injury. Now. Remember the injury. We're talking about is three year old son had a broken arm, and he was accused of breaking his sons are, but they determine their in Johnson county that they didn't have enough evidence to determine who actually did it. Everybody believed. It was tyreek hill, but they didn't have enough evidence to prove it. And if you saw that press conference from Johnson county, it sounded like the prosecutors as well thought it was tyreek hill, they just couldn't prove it. But anyway, crystal Espinel gives this recording KC TV and it's eleven minutes long. So in the recording Espinel tells hill when she asks the boy about the injury to his arm. He said quote daddy, did it hill. Also. Responded, quote, he says daddy does a lot of things Espinel. That says a three year old is not going to lie about what happened to his arm. Okay. Which makes total sense. Why would a three-year-old lie about who broke? His are. It just doesn't make any sense whatsoever. So she's actually recording this and she saying he said that you broke his arm or he said that you did it. And he says he says daddy did a lot of things. Now, it goes on to say Espen, all and you can hear the audio. I listened to it last night s no said, quote, he's terrified of you hill. Then responds you need to be terrified of me to be word. That's what he said to Aspen, crystal ball. And remember, she should be terrified of them. Because if you go back to tyreek hill college when he was at Oklahoma state. He was venture kicked out. But when he was at Oklahoma state he was charged with domestic violence because crystal Espino said, and he was charged. This is like something he got off he was actually charged. She said that he threw her. Around like a drag once she was pregnant punched her in the stomach multiple times and punched her in the face. That's what happened at college. According to crystal at all when they were together at Oklahoma state, and eventually he was charged with domestic violence the couple is still together. But also in this recording. He said, quote or she said, quote, he kept saying daddy punches me, which you do when he starts crying. What do you? Do you make him open up his arms and you punch him in the chest. Then if he gets in trouble, you get the belt out. This is just sickening to hear this audio. It really is. So essentially what tyreek hill is saying to his kid, according to this recording. And he doesn't deny it. When crystal Espinel says this and they're recording. It's not like he denies it. Okay. He has his son open up his arm. So he can punch him in the chest. That's what crystal has been all saying in this recording. And he doesn't deny it also in the recording. She says this we were getting into it. And he said daddy, you're mean so we walked up the stairs. You said comeback down here. And he didn't wanna go down there. But I was like go down there because it'll end up worse for you. So he walked down there. And then you were getting on his bleep, then he started crying, and you were like shut up shut up. Stop crying shut up. Stop crying and hill. Replied, yes. So he's telling his kid, essentially, it's going to be worse for you. Or she's saying it's going to be worse for you. If you don't go down there now based on stuff that he's done in his pass. So this is everything that's been going on this recording. That crystal Espinel his fiancee took tyreek hill. And now you just look at trying to put this thing forward. What's happened the Kansas City Chiefs? Remember, they waited to see what would happen in terms of the legal process and. In terms of the legal process. They didn't have enough evidence to prove that tyreek hill essentially was the one that broke his arm. But if you listen to this recording the chiefs decided he's not going to be involved in team activities whatsoever. So he's essentially not with the team right now. And then we'll have to see what the NFL will do because the NFL in the past has put players like Adrian Peterson on in the past on the Commissioner is exempt list until they decide what they wanna do. Now. The other thing that pops up to me and all this is tire kill essentially he was saying that he co-operated with prosecutors that he cooperated with the investigation, but based on this recording. Okay, it proves he li- write a proof. He live like the stuff that he was asked about he was lying to prosecutors. He was allying during the investigation. And now you look at it from the chiefs perspective, you got rid of Crame hunt after the video. Appeared where he kicked the woman. He's now with a different team. He's on the Cleveland Browns. But now Atari kill you drafted him knowing all this stuff about them. And you essentially gave the guy a second chance, and you were waiting to see what would happen with this legal process, and you're going to keep them. But then you found out this recording came out. And now you have like essentially, I don't wanna say suspended indefinitely from your team. But he's not with the team right now. He's not going to be part of the off season activities. If you will if this recording is true, you have no choice. You cannot have this guy and you team. Okay. This is just an awful. Look. This is a horrible look to have this guy on your football team. The only thing that could possibly happen from this. The only possible way is for somebody to say, oh, the audio was falsified or this isn't real this recording. But it has tyreek hill and it has crystal Aspinall unless they did something really really weird with the audio to make it sound completely different. There's no way the tyreek hill get away from this one. There's no way the tyreek hill can get off of this one. And if you're the Kansas City Chiefs, you better do something sooner rather than later because remember this is the same Kansas City Chiefs team that just gave a guy over one hundred million dollars that I understand it was in his pass. But Frank Clark is somebody that was found guilty of domestic assault when he was in college. And then the hawks drafted him. And now, you try to form you had Kareem hunt on your Austria. And now you have this guy tyreek hill on your roster. And if it was anybody else that guy would already be off the team, right? You probably wouldn't draft them if it was anybody else. But the fact that the guy is super fast. He's one of the best receivers in the vowel. That's why he's still on the Kansas City Chiefs roster right now. But it's just it's not even about the football aspect with me with this thing. It's just absolutely sickening to think about it. And to think about the fact that you have a three year old kid a three year old kids. Right. That is literally scared of his father because he. He doesn't know what's going to happen next. This is the same guy that beat up crystal Espen all his fiancee when she was pregnant with this kid. This is a guy that had no problem throwing a woman around like a rag doll, according to her punching her in the face punching her in the stomach and now he has a kid who allegedly, and if you believe the recording it's not really allegedly Hugh have a kid that is told to open his arms up. So his father can punch him in the chest. He gets the belt out to beat his kit. Okay. And he is this guy has told his fiancee that after she told him that he's terrified of you. Meaning our son is terrified of you his response to that. Was you need to be terrified of metoo bleep. And that's actually on an audio recording. That guy that guy is playing for an NFL team right now. That's the thing that is just sickening to me the. The fact that there's people like this. And we know there's people like this that are all over the place. But the fact that this guy is around a kid, and I are right now the kid is not in custody of either the mother or the father, which is good for the kids. Because clearly this is not a safe environment for this kid to be around. But just think about it from the kid's perspective. This kid has done nothing. He's a three year old kid, and he has to basically live in fear every single day. He's living in fear every single day because he doesn't know what his father is gonna do. Okay. And the fiancee's has been dealing with a similar situation for years where she was beat up by this guy. So the fiance scared of him the kid is scared of him think about where that kid is right now thinking about this situation where getting away from his father getting away from his mother is probably the best thing for them. Like the kid probably just feels like oh my God. I don't have to worry about getting hit a three year old kid. This is what a three year old kid. Has to worry about what he should be worried about is like what is he going to watch on TV? What is he going to eat for breakfast? Like, he should be worried about his father telling him to open up his arms because he's aggravated. And he's going to punch him in the chest. It's just it's sickening is what it is. It really is.

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"atari" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"atari" Discussed on Citation Needed

"They popped up in the late eighties to make sexually explicit games for the Atari twenty six hundred so keep in mind that when Atari released their first consul Moby for the future of the industry. It never occurred Atari that companies might produce games compatible with their hardware. So when other companies started doing exactly that nineteen Seventy-nine Atari was completely unprepared radio at first they tried to sue. But that backfired like Faulk with a court, basically confirmed that anybody who wanted to make Atari games could. Which is why alliance yovany as great escape is only available for Atari and. That's that's not not copyright protected. But those guys kill themselves. You can pretty much do. You know, we're talking about a screen that had a resolution of one hundred sixty eight hundred pixels. If you see something sexually explicit. That's that's a lot more about you. That does the game. Right. It's like. A worship tested just flipping through dick dick dick pussy. You know? Hey, you said we weren't sharing tests. Went through Tom so fast business. About it. That was the worst part more T-rex is than I thought, by the way. Yeah. We we expected the rest. All right. So along comes mystique, and they publish a total of three Atari titles. Bachelor party super forgettable, basically a breakout. Clone except the ball was the closest they could come to a naked, dude. And the bricks were as close as they could come the naked women. Better in this match. There was a prude trying to cop block you. It was it was awful. There was a game called beat them and eat them. Exactly what you think is coming here. Man. Yeah. This citizens exactly how you expect it to now. A man stands at the top of a building jerking off. And. Quarter. And the player controls a nude woman on the street and mister run back and forth and has to catch his jacket in her mouth. Or it's a guy with a flesh colored jackhammer as he desperately trusts regained. All right. The gremlins. I want to hear the back story for that game lay. What's the?.

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"atari" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

Nintendo Voice Chat

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"atari" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

"No asteroids could no asterisk because. I mean, they're they're right about under ninety under one hundred games. Yeah. Duplicate so you sometimes get a twenty six hundred version of anarchy game. And so. You know, the their different versions of the same game. And when you play the arcade version, you can't really play the 2600 afterwards anymore. I spent some time on this. I grew up with the Atari fund memories of of a lot of the games. Even though they were Janke reports of the games. But this does have some of the some of the better Atari games in it like asteroids and centipede in their Cade form, but we talked a little bit about this. At doesn't have kind of like the games that the the machines and that Atari was famous back in the days. Right because there were on the Namco licenses right? Like, you're not going to get a pacman or you're not even gonna you're not going to get the crappy Donkey Kong. I you're you're only getting the the core. Atari Atari titles. Yeah. Like most sort of retro collections or remakes or anything like that. A lot of this kind of stuff is tied up in weird lawsuits and again rights, and so I would say I mean, the games I was so excited about back. Then. Were, you know, Empire Strikes Back like, you know, everybody knows they at at. That's like one of the at at attack, the Hof level was one of the the husky was one of the most iconic moans, I think in early gaming gaming like this looks like the real movie. Right. You fight the little donkey snow. Yeah. And return, the Jetta was cool. But at least we get stuff like yours revenge, and you can replay those. Yeah. There's Suffolk asteroids centipede, crystal castles. It's awesome. Got really loved that game. We'll get on. And it does a cool thing in this game. Where effectively the menu screen looks like you're looking down on like a dresser drawer full of carts. So that's cool. It's gotta the labels on top and everything which some of them have really cool art and some of them just say like tennis. But that's that's the Atari for you. Again, that was like before my time, but I respect it and part of history, and it's really cool that it's on switch. I want them to do the Atari home computers that came later actually had really good conversions of arcade games on it. That's you know, I played a ton of dig dug dig dug in Donkey Kong and summer games, all these on the home, computer. So maybe we'll get a second. Second take on those next the arcade archives and Neo geo arcade archive.

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"atari" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"atari" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Then intend to manage to do a good version with their nintendo there any classic and the snes classic that's sold out everywhere and they were frankly really good they finally somebody actually put the time into make it right now everyone wants to jump on that bandwagon and make some of that money with the price they're asking i've gotta assume at least i hope that the atari thing has been updated too i mean better speakers that sort of thing you know the future possibilities of it are are kind of open ended in the hardware looks very nice i would certainly be hard pressed to to give them two or three hundred dollars just to play old nineteen seventy s atari games but people seem to be signing up for it so what do i know well let me take a little deeper on the audience you're damn because okay let's let's take the seventies so the people who were twenty and nine hundred seventy two or no in their sixties so are they buying these games are their kids or grandkids buying these councils who's who's fired up about these things i think the people who bought the nas classic every snes classic which are kind of example of everyone's trying to copy our people roughly my age let's say early to mid forties to be generous who had these when we were growing up and don't have the original art where everything in one package that gives us the field that we have because it has the same old classic controllers for the atari stuff it's so easy to get those games on your phone on your playstation on your xbox i think it's a little bit of a tougher sell but never underestimate the value of the salga dan i have the original atari in my garage am i sitting on a gold mine garage sadly sadly hooked on ebay a few times and you can get those old consoles for probably twenty or thirty bucks usually with a big box of dusty games with it so so the rarity is not there but you'll have a very hard time hooking it up to anybody tv because all the plugs are chain okay before we let you go atari right i mean there's still got the same logo it's this iconic name this company that owns them now what relation were connection to they have.

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"atari" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"atari" Discussed on TechStuff

"Like the fifty one twenty it was heavy it weighed ninety five pounds or forty three kilograms now despite the fact that it weighed so much and that was meant for an office environment the fact that had a microprocessor in it meant that technically speaking it fell into the category of microcomputer well ibm announced the data master in nineteen seventy eight the computer didn't debut until july nineteen eightyone ibm would announce the fifty one fifty p c just a month later which sort of resulted in volks forgetting about the data master between the data masters announcement and when it launched something else interesting happened ibm got a little visit from a company called atari at this stage atari had already launched a game system that's essentially the atari twenty six hundred and it also launched the atari four hundred and atari eight hundred computer systems you can listen to the computers that time forgot to learn more about those anyway atari made a move to suggest that it could design a computer for the home market on behalf of ibm saying hey you guys are really in there when it comes to businesses and research facilities and government installations and all that kind of stuff if you wanna get into the home hire us we can totally build that computer for you guys the chairman of ibm that time was a guy named frank carey and he related the offer to a fellow named bill low that was ibm's director of entry systems low took it to a management committee and collectively they decided that this proposal from atari was bonkers i might be paraphrasing a little bit but the management team also knew that the chairman was really interested in this idea so they told low he should go form a team come up with a proposal for an ibm personal computer that did not involve a tari at all and then submit that to the committee within a month so.

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"atari" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"atari" Discussed on Dude Soup

"Do it again i'm just moving forward it was just be called xbox but either way did that for a while now i know the they needed station keeps adding numbers and you keep no less take them take the letters out just x just called xbox xbox and then you have your models but everybody yeah it's a fascinating start but so speaking of speaking of dead dead games there was this article on whalebone mag the just listed a bunch of old atari commercials i picked out some of the good ones i'm gonna play them and hopefully there will be a raucous in an enjoyable commentary requisite yep someone someone's spoiled it for me but just planed in the comments clarified that there's a spooky person in the tavern that's blocking the door when you log into these and they say never get here until you thing is a five that actually means fifty she's the max rank for all of those three different mission says is and according to that comment or whose name i didn't get to see but thank you for commenting it said that when you get that then you can get into that and the goes tavern is in the other side cool i don't know what they're it could be nothing raise our spirits with these atari or some couvert rose at the beach because nothing says it's hard bodies devon says atari like the beach well that's where they vary their copies of at i'm so obsessed with that you were born in this time here know that i wasn't born like long enough ago that i could be wearing shirts that just cut off right here do get any way.

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"atari" Discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"atari" Discussed on Game Scoop!

"Yeah most atari games don't even have music because i think the sound chip is monophyletic can only play make one meal everything on that system has to be designed to work on pong hardware and that's why you see all these tricks being made where they're basically morphing upon game into other things like tanks so i will take issue with like the simplicity because i know we all like arcade games from that era and though but those are much more complicated and interesting but like pacman you know on atari it's it's bad it's better than pacman other than pacman but i don't wanna play it or not are ever again and i still love playing this back then the arcade game august one on a co fun definitely fun immensely like those breakout breakout legitimately love breakout and there's such great versions of arcade ford of that but i don't think is improved every any any other instances there's much of coupon clones where it's like basketball or like hockey it's some of them are neat cabinets but it's all just like as my favorite like the we had in my house you know some one of the things that came out later that was like thirty five games in one and yeah it would be like hockey but it's the exact same game it was smaller like a smaller goal sometimes you're moving six paddles on either like yeah that was the whole idea of the atari twenty six hundred like built into the console was a switch switch game modes the whole ideas that every game was going to have whatever thirty to fifty different modes you could switch in there yeah four games in one twenty six hundred variants of pong that's.

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"atari" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"atari" Discussed on TechFan

"Company and download denied the vision of the code yet that is obviously against the law and he's morally questionable however yeah if you do that keep it self and friends don't uploaded teach that early as you will get sued uh unlicensed nintendo games nintendo versus tension not tension it that's atari for those who don't know and there's a reason that tension existed because at the height of the nsa any any as his popularity nintendo would only let um again developer develop five games per year that was it so atari went and created a second company called tension so they can go with ten games uh in '87 the atari corporation splint two divisions atari game intention and tried to negotiate a laugher less restrictive license with nintendo executives nintendo refused to renegotiate intention turned to the united states copyright office to acquire designs uh the designs of nintendos lockout chip and reverse engineer and bypass that so they could sell as many unlicensed video games linnea so they wanted as soon as and nintendo got wind of tensions actions they launched a massive lawsuit for copyright and patent infringement which they won by the way they they settle out of court but um yet they settle but in a way that nintendo while the tunnel did win in court yes but but they settled the plight the because of his hip is all about the pint again eight you just look at these you think this is what.

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"atari" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"atari" Discussed on WGN Radio

"1979 atari v see us over one million atari were sold in 1979 the council was the best selling gift that holiday season i remember there was a game on atari in the original atari called warlords that was that was the coolest game i can't remember exactly how you played it but you had your view had your joystick in your little button and uh and he i it was uber shooting stemming of obviously very primitive in terms of graphics because it was keno atari 1979 1980 the rubik's cube that seems a little early i just remember the rubix cube being really popular in like eighty three four but eighty rubix cube is widely recognised that the world's top selling puzzle game and toy as a vote as back in two thousand nine over three hundred and fifty million have been sold worldwide the us another thing i used to throw against the wall could get so frustrated trying to figure it out rubik's cube you take the stickers off put them all want would you take the stickers often put meant and move the stickers so it's all one color on each side as how you solvit all right dan the year of your birth 1980 one the lego train legos first powered train was introduced a 1966 but the version of debuted 1980 and far more bells and whistles and was the biggest share a toy of 81 i hear legos man what legos never rug waned in popularity did they and their move their bigger now than they ever were coming hell they're making you know sixty milliondollar budgeted movies now right right.

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"atari" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"atari" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"I'm going to start out by saying i don't like rap i have never liked rap i was live when rap was coming up i was a teenager i was in the target markets owns eight atari demographics i was in the target demographic if you wanna talk about privileged white kids who let started listening to rap in the 80s but the target market for somebody to like wrap it was of my generation i have never like trump so it is a bit of a chore to get through the wreck in this movie because they have a lotta it's it's a rat move it's about rap and i've heard a lot of people compare this to eight mile you're i actually i haven't seen eight mile because they don't like rap i'm not seeking at high here it's a great movie but i've heard that this is very similar to it because an eight mile it's him trying to break it is a white guy brecon in into rap and all this is about a white girl who's happy trying to break into rats and her height man is a big tall skinny indian guy like indian from india also odd her crew is this anarchist black guy who's get dreadlocks and like a milky lens and never talks but does all this sort of like performance art and then her grandmother who is in a wheelchair play by kathy moriarty let us i tests and they end up sampling her voice you know she's artists house like a cartoon character this how she talks so have you talking about colorful characters in the case it's an interesting movie in the sense that they really got to pull out all for all the different characters and in a way it's very charming because even though it's all about rap and it's all about that thug exterior which i always find this kind of like stupid anyway i grew up in the suburbs so i never had and never had to be street because our streets were cul de sac spectrum so i was never in that subset of demographics where i really had a.

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"atari" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"atari" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"And he just reminded the world why thrift shopping can be a little bit like treasurehunting with the recent discovery of a very rare atari prototype the atari twenty seven hundred also known as the atari control v c s was never put into full production despite a plan to release the mod all in 1980 one the number of atari twenty seven hundred that exist today is debatable but a former atari employee named dan kramer says that perhaps twelve were made while only twelve yeah the red eter discovered the classic system at an oceanside california thrift shop minutes before the store closed and decided to buy it because it seemed awed to me is i never seen an atari that was like it some quick googling led him to believe that it was some sort of cool rare prototype so he bought it and he paid thirty bucks and he put it up on ebay and sold it for three thousand i was going to say when you said he bought his rare prototype i'm thinking he spent twenty thousand dollars for it now i am i mean even even to a collector it was only were three thousand bucks but on a thirty dollar investment i'll take that now there yeah so give you i news time seven exactly seventeen hi this is jim though and if you live near the foothills and want to learn how to protect your home from wildfire us has a free one hour class this thursday night august third at six pm at zagreb's those in greenhouse jerry at six pm at azanza gin and green outs.

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"atari" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"atari" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"This is signed it's been a wild it probably should be anonymous in mountain view i like this already after the recent announcement of the atari box i'm reminded of an experience from my days working at atari mountain view was like okay all right probably won't surprise any of you jeff is right in saying that its hari is a brand management organisation rather than a software publisher in the commonly understood sense and this was true even when they were aspiring to publish a triple eight title every year about a decade ago uh i don't know if i'm pronouncing this rate federate chesney uhhuh ceo of atari interactive visited our atari satellite office this would've been after the way eh is asta area in the middle of our work day he stepped everyone into a conference room grinning lucky cheshire cat in a thick accent he said we have an idea that will transform the future of atari holy shit this idea turned out to be the every what an up this idea turned out to be the creation of a series of games based on public domain tales he explained patiently that these stories were already known to the public and would not require intellectual property overhead monologue did not extend the actual development of the games or their design or their promotion just the costcutting involved with making games about characters like little red riding hood and proposal as far as i know this project never result in in any games but i can't hear about the atari box with the without thinking about him smiling in front of a powerpoint presentation smiling desperately at his brand it well why all the business guy right there yeah you don't pay annual islands being it's as this land right it it all right like recent history atari is really fucking shaky you know like they put out that asteroids kind of mine crafty thing in bandon it right like the studio for some energia riot assery outposts whose storage movies still common that's right that is definitely still going to happen because why wouldn't it.

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"atari" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"atari" Discussed on Double Toasted

"How it's so simple how how could you screw this up and you see this oh oh oh oh yeah it's a mess but the tories also had some other funding the course we had nothing but senate beating gallagher on there as well here's a great atari yeah we have we've had great classic atari game and atari knows this they said you know what we may have that that as hat tie and they've ablaze running before the gamers out there we want to bring you back something that you love in no and will appreciate in us it atari are making something kinda kinda the mirror wouldn't endosement doing a classic system the hooks up to your new tvs in with that people it is the atari box and of course had gone with the classic woodpannelling like the old it's our looks like the those order chrysler plymouth vans ahead the will panelling on as they're always dirty has fought for no reason we add sorry going back into taken the classic route and said you know what we're going to give you the atari box in this game not only is is gonna play some of our our our classic games like et like pacman like gallagher an incentive now that was the other one defender of those fund games on pong capable forgot pong punks great jesus verve lucien area but were also going to put out a new games for this yeah so like you can put as cars and here you could possibly have an internet connection and play games playstation now so they're saying we're going to actually include new content for this where seems kinda dope wh what do you think about this i think it's awesome i love how it looks for starters i like that.

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"atari" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"atari" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Trying to think of other cases dan of knows comes to mind yeah um yeah i did but but stuff like that not entirely out of the question for sure if it's interesting as a wild announcement image as happened like minutes ago uhhuh her here i they're tired but long working at a gaming publication yeah that was like let go for some reason room came back and some four shape or form i don't remember but that sounds like garbage media that that was have happened syphon co that would never hazies don't me yet the cool uh remember the atari box they show the atari box who i think i now have less of an idea of what the atari box this netted before i saw atari has been teasing hardware for like a couple of months yeah there were some weird teaser trailer lorries getting back into the hardware market and then this week they were like and here's what it looks like like atari box i was just literally show of these they literally showed what advice showed it they're calling it the atari boxoffice had already box dot com up yeah while yahya there so they they put out shots of it there are two versions one with like a red frontpanel one one with wood grain of course yes um it's god's it looks like a kubi bumpy 2600 at in libya to try and who have a real kinda thing it's sop but they said nothing about its internal israeli sei on scott issue my port sd card policy chartered four usb ports.

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"atari" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"atari" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Trying to think of other cases dan of knows comes to mind yeah um yeah i did but but stuff like that not entirely out of the question for sure if it's interesting as a wild announcement image as happened like minutes ago uhhuh her here i they're tired but long working at a gaming publication yeah that was like let go for some reason room came back and some four shape or form i don't remember but that sounds like garbage media that that was have happened syphon co that would never hazies don't me yet the cool uh remember the atari box they show the atari box who i think i now have less of an idea of what the atari box this netted before i saw atari has been teasing hardware for like a couple of months yeah there were some weird teaser trailer lorries getting back into the hardware market and then this week they were like and here's what it looks like like atari box i was just literally show of these they literally showed what advice showed it they're calling it the atari boxoffice had already box dot com up yeah while yahya there so they they put out shots of it there are two versions one with like a red frontpanel one one with wood grain of course yes um it's god's it looks like a kubi bumpy 2600 at in libya to try and who have a real kinda thing it's sop but they said nothing about its internal israeli sei on scott issue my port sd card policy chartered four usb ports.

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"atari" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"atari" Discussed on Tech News Today

"The kind of media typecast of what is a beautiful person so i would love for the idea of beauty to be a huge wide range as well so the last video game that i actually played was on my a for real like you now hours at a time was on my atari 2600 which might be coming back in some shape or form we i heard of the brand new atari products e3 in now photos of this mystery box are beginning to appear on lines called the atari box and in a newsletter found the tory says the product is meant to appeal to both old that's me and new fans of atari so you'll see those rib dolines a raised back in part of it will be made of wood plus it will have an hemi port for usb ports and st slot do you have any guesses as to what this will do what kind of games that will play one i'm really excited i also play the timer brother had one and i loved it i loved playing it was the first system that i got place so i'm really excited because they say that we're going to be having um you know all the old games along with the new games that are there so if you played a like a venture a word venture or defender and other things were also can get play their but quote heart is that they uh the mock ups shows in ethernet port so we might also get online place that made me that we could play games to gather with your friends um or online games that they're going to have is well to bat which is kind of cool but we have to remember this is like a cg mockup this is there is not yet aid build console that we're dealing with and that's always a little bit of a worry because they like the last thing that we heard about this is that it's probably going to be crowd funded.

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