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T02E12  Cleopatra. La verdadera historia

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41:08 min | 2 months ago

T02E12 Cleopatra. La verdadera historia

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How do you like them Amazon Apples?  DTNS 3725

Daily Tech News Show

30:02 min | 1 year ago

How do you like them Amazon Apples? DTNS 3725

"Coming up on farm day tractor hailing could help farmers not only get more crop yields better bank loans to air. Politics could make your airplane food better than what you eat at home. Plus Microsoft's attempt to secure our smart home future. This is the daily Tech News for Tuesday February. Twenty Fifth Twenty Twenty in Los Angeles. I'm Tom Merritt and from Studio Redwood. I'm Sarah Lane and from the increasingly lighter forests of Finland. I'm Patrick Beja. And we were just talking about horses actually And all manner of farm animals if you want that wider conversation become a patriotic get good day Internet Patriot. Dot Com slash. Gts Let's start with a few things you should know. Google updated chrome to patch three security bugs. One of which was as zero day vulnerability being exploited in the wild. The attacks were discovered on February eighteenth. Bike lemond lachine a member of Google's that Threat Analysis Group Zero Day Boehner ability was identified as type confusion and crumbs. V Eight component responsible for processing dravis crypt type confusion trick software into initialising execution. Thinking that the code is one type and then changing the type to cause logical errors. That can be exploited to run malicious code into. It confirmed that a plans to acquire Credit Karma for seven point one billion dollars into its biggest acquisition to date Credit Karma. Lets PEOPLE CHECK CREDIT? Scores get credit cards and loans and filed taxes. It has more than one hundred million registered users and thirty seven million monthly active users into it also owns mint turbo tax and quickbooks Samsung unveiled. Its First Sixteen gigabyte. Lp DDR five mobile de Ram chips for sale built on the ten nanometer process. It's not only more memory but also faster about thirty percent faster at fifty. Five hundred megabits per second also use twenty percent less power than the last generation. Samsung's working on a version that's even faster to The Sixteen Gigabyte L. P. Five chip is in the Samsung Galaxy. S Ultra already and is now available for other manufacturers as well qualcomm announced a reference design mixed reality platform for the SNAPDRAGON X. Are Two chipset meant for five G. enabled VR air devices in addition to g the extra to support up to seven cameras and up to three? K. Display panels per although the reference design used to K- paddles are two also supports cameras. That can track is lips and external space. Air To power devices are expected by the end of the year. He'd all right. Let's talk a little bit more about Amazon opened a big version of its ghost or indeed. If you're in Seattle you might want to check it out. Because they open their first Amazon. Go Grocery in Seattle a seven thousand seven hundred square foot space without cashiers Amazon previously. Open twenty five smaller Amazon. Go convenience stores in the US. The new grocery store in Seattle Capitol Hill neighborhood Yes the capital capital. He'll that is really hard to say for me today. in Seattle has five thousand different products including meat and produce and like the convenience stores equipped with cameras sensors and computer vision to keep track of what a customer leaves this What a customer has taken when they leave the store. Yeah so this is We we talked about the the idea that Amazon was working on something. Like this before. And this is the. This is the test version It's now open for people to try. If you're up there in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. Like Patrick said you should go. Check it out. it's much more difficult than the convenience stores. So they're like like you said there's twenty five of those convenience stores. Everything's pretty much. Prepackaged comes in cans or boxes and it's a lot easier to track a grocery store first of all is much bigger. It's like a ten thousand square foot building. Seven thousand seven hundred square foot is in play right. That's where the people can just roam around pick up stuff. Put it back in the wrong place and if you look at the Geekwire story there are pictures of open produce so. It's not all packaged up. You can pick up one apple to apple three apples. It looks to me like everything's priced per unit not per pound Some of the way they get around You know having to weigh things which would be really tricky And I guess every apple is priced the same thing a dollar twenty nine each an apple. That sounds crazy. Expensive but But yeah but the convenience I if it works. Is there But this is. This is a much trickier thing to keep track of. Obviously Amazon thinks it's good enough to test and they're only opening one store to to kind of work out the kinks guys feel about this. It's you mentioned the expensive apples and a for a lot of us were used to weigh produce. Sometimes it's per item. You know like it'll be like four dollars per choke Mike Okay. I'm not going to buy those but you do you. You are used to in general when it comes to produce. We're cheese or meat stuff that you it's not always price the same because it depends on how much ways so for. Amazon to be like okay. Well we can't do that. So maybe we'll hike up the medium price just across the board and people just sort of deal with that because it's more convenient overall because they're saving time out after not having to wait in checkout line. You know I I. I wish it were around the corner from me because I'd love to try it out. I think this is a really great idea. I just wonder how much the pricing is going to is is going to dock them because it's probably going to be overall it Amazon. Would they do best well? There are a lot of things they do really well but one of the things they do best is convenience and the if it is indeed as convenient as the theory would make it. I think price matters a little bit less. Because you just go in. You don't have to worry about queuing or having cash or anything like that. Although nowadays people pay with their phones all the time But it if you know the the one click by is something that actually matters It will be interesting to see if that translates into real life and if the that kind of fluid defying the shopping experience as much as possible is going to be successful for them in in the real world as well I think on the point of it working or not. It seems like They're moving forward quickly enough that if it's not working real well enough now it will probably fairly soon yeah. They must feel confident that they they think they have a solution and they. They're ready to to try it out and realize and and in case somebody doesn't realize we sort of assuming y'all know what an Amazon go convenience store works like but this is not self-checkout. This is not even pay by phone. You Scan Your Amazon. Go APP as you go into the store. And then you are tracked from that point on and you don't have to talk to a person if you don't want to and you don't have to check out you just walk out with stuff and it knows what you've got and charges you accordingly. There's no chance to weigh anything or or anything like that. So that that's where this becomes complicated in a store of this size with this kind of selection. It'll be interesting to see how it works. I mean it's not exactly the same but the apple stores. One of their strong is that they make it really easy for you to pay for something you just grab it and talked to someone you can even walk out in some cases when you use the APP But that that works and I think it might here to. This is way more complicated than that. Just just just because he case people are confused. Now it's like no. This is not scanning an item off the store. You don't have to do anything once you've scanned yourself in store you just you just take things walk out with them. That's it well. I think your your point Tom to somebody you know putting potato down in the wrong place type thing. It's like that's where a lot of the cameras the sensors all that really important. Because it's like it's there. I can see it being a little problematic because people just do things like that. That's you know that's that's the shopping experience on I'll to. There's a potato on dean telling you Tom. I'll to potato humid. There is no Tom. There are no cashiers. They're going to stay no calendar. Yeah they're humans their Mozilla announced it will start switching firefox browser users to cloudflare's encrypted DNS over https co commonly known as H. Today by defaults and row up the change across the US in the coming weeks and user worldwide concerned. Do H in on in fire. Foxes network settings under general do which helps prevent ISP's and other third parties from seeing what DNS look up. A browser is making which could make Which could be used to deliver targeted ads? Among other things fire Fox will offer a choice between cloudflare and next DNS for do h but cloudflare will be the default. Isp's have been lobbying against encrypted DNS focusing on Google's plan to use do h in the chrome browser. Yeah Google's plans a little different will turn it on four you if you're DNS provider supports it it it just goes based on your DNS Fire Foxes providing the provider for you saying like. Hey we'll we'll give you the. Oh if you want to go into settings and turn it on or as we're seeing it'll just be on by default cloudflare you can change it to somebody else if you want So this is. This is a significant step. Five Fox doesn't have the market share so the is quite as targeted on them as they are in chrome but it will take away a data stream from the ISP's that they are beginning to monetize. I wonder how important it really is. I know it is because I've been toil told it is but I don't know how you know you tell much like actually yes to have To make sure I'm actually talking about the fact that you need your dns over your DNS to be encrypted. How important it is to us has been encrypted. Yes well there could be man in the middle of tax domain hijackings really nasty stuff and then there's a lot of people just general privacy concerns rate. But but yeah. There's some nasty stuff that can happen that this makes impossible to happen so it reduces the attack surface area. All right Microsoft built an end to end secure. Iot Platform called azure sphere. That is now in general availability and radio scale for any size customer as your sphere combines a secure system on a chip a secure operating system and a secure cloud service. Let's start with the chip. The Micro Controller Design isolates each subsystem securely from each other the hardware based Microsoft plutonic security subsystem protects against tampering. An as your sphere micro controller then boots into a hardened lennox O S. A lot of people made a big deal when they first announced that this would be because it's not windows. The fierce security service in the cloud checks that the device is only booting with genuine approved software and then provides a secure channel for operating system. Updates all of this. If you're like a little lost all of this minimises the risk of infection so that your IOT devices don't get infected with malware it keeps devices patched and up to date which limits the chances of other kinds of infection and Makes mix things secure so that you don't have to worry about devices you're using now granted as spheres probably gonNA use most in the enterprise but security is a huge concern there as well. Media Tech is helping design and build the chips. Qualcomm is using it for five G. Annex P. Is Building a certified crossover applications processor inner? Tommy mentioned people kind of waking up when they were lyrics. What in the heck what why. Why would Microsoft do this? Yeah that's that was. That was last year that they announced this and the reason they're using Lennox is it's the best operating system for this particular application and Microsoft has now years ago abandoned the idea of saying. Oh we have to make windows do everything They're willing to say like. Oh i. if there's a Lennox version that fits purpose better will use that And it seems yeah. It would be difficult to fit windows into that kind of application. It seems maybe it isn't but that's the impression that had embedded windows and they still do But I think they're like say Patrick there. Maybe just not really that great at that that sort of thing and under such an Adela Microsoft to said we're GONNA make this We're GONNA make money off of cloud so let's not get all hung up on whether forcing windows onto a microcontroller if Lennox works better and we and we feel more confident we can secure that. Yeah and the Concept of the actually having a ready-made system to secure devices. It seems like this should have been created by someone already And it's surprising that it's taken so long in that Microsoft. I mean I'm sure there are some systems church better than others But is this a while ago but you know I guess not. All the horses are out of the Barn. So why not still fix the door and And Adela has been talking a lot about the fact that you know there are a lot of computers and a lot of mobile devices. But if you compare that to the number of IOT devices that are GONNA be In the world in the next few years that's that D- worse the in terms of numbers endorsed the existing devices and so that is definitely an interesting way to approach trying to conquer that That that ECO system is providing security. Which is what is definitely missing in that space so I think this is an interesting one. I like a worldwide robot. The the Internet of things scary. It can be scary if it's not properly handled go announced three new stadia pro games instead of the expected to racing game grid has a forty forty player. Endurance Mode exclusive to stadium. There's also a role playing card game. Steam world quest hand of Gilgamesh and steam puck platform steam world dig to two titles dropped out of pro leaving a total of seven titles So stadia is still being stadia to someone who doesn't follow gain specifically this might see. Oh that's cool. I'm getting three games instead of to those aren't gonNA set the world on piracy of their okay but The launch even by everyone's expectations which were pretty low. The launch and following months of stadium have been very disappointing. I even Unsubscribe D- which is very surprising for me I was sure that they would give Subscription additional months to to people who had been there founders. I guess they didn't and I think even though it's disappointing because they know that again as we've been saying from the start the real launch is going to happen when they launched a free service and that's still a few months away at least so anything that happens before that doesn't really matter and Since we're talking about straight game streaming invidious G. force which has some very good features has been losing a few big high profile developers and publishers. Who are saying. We don't want to be on your platform anymore. So again that also I think is a pretty good sign because it means they are getting serious and they want either to license their properties to those platforms or to make their own so. I think it's actually a sign that things are moving faster than we might think. And it's why we want you to tell us all this stuff. 'cause yeah that's that's interesting and and we're we're still sounds like a ways away from this really being the thing that everybody was hoping that it would be at the being if you want to get all the tech headlines each data about five minutes keep up to date subscribe to Daily. Tech HEADLINES DOT COM. We got some farm stories for today. Deere and company the folks who make the John. Deere tractors are partnering with Hello Tractor. An APP maker and cloud service provider to make John Deere tractor available on demand for farmers in Ghana and Kenya. So it's a trucker hailing service. Hello Tractor let's farmers hail attractor when they need it using an APP that then monitors the usage and fuel levels for them. A black boxes installed under the dashboard of the tractors. And that's what keeps track of all that stuff. Agricultural Services firms like Agra Mc Africa in Nairobi manage a lot of the deployment of the tractors. They've agreed to let these black boxes be put in on their tractors their already in the business of renting out tractors to farmers and sometimes just operating the farms. Four farmers I test of the partnership is using four hundred tractors. If all goes well the company plans to expand in the second half of the year two more countries in Africa. Deer also believes this is where it gets interesting to me that could boost sales of tractors by letting farmers make use of that information. They're tracking to secure bank loans. Around eighty percent of cropland outside of South Africa is cultivated by hand so making tractors easier to get a hold of could increase yields substantially and one of the ways. They think they can do that. Is Look farmer has no credit history. It's GONNA be hard to get for the bank to take a risk but if they can go in and say look. I've got data verified by these independent companies that show. I was doing this kind of farming for this long. With these yields that make some banks be willing to say okay. That's that's a better risk will give you a loan. Yeah that part is really fascinating Yeah this is. This is one of those use cases where I never would have thought about it but it makes perfect sense Especially if all of that if all of that. Labor is happening by hint in in many parts of Africa. And the fact that a tractor would be able you know a farmer would be able to be like look at look at all the work we did because we we have. We have this. We have this Rented equipments And can get loans in order to ramp up production and and do more things. That's that's really cool it's Essentially not uber. But probably AIRBNB for tractor. Yeah a little bit Uber Airbnb. And and we see those things and and we look at it and like Oh. Wouldn't it be great if we had like UBER FOR? I don't know cats or for my TV and it's like no these kinds of innovations what they're really great for is getting farmland cultivated by a machinery Where needs to be to be done better in that way? So this is really and it's funny because anytime I hear the name John Year it's because of the fact that they fight Repairs on their travelers. Have a bad name on that. Yeah exactly and here. It's such an innovative and interesting way of looking at a problem. It's almost difficult to reconcile the two identities of John D. as it turns out companies are made of a lot of people and have differing qualities depending on what they're engaged in But yeah I I think if. Someone's not quite clear here. A company like Agra Mak Africa already without John Deere's involvement without hello tractors involvement. We'll go out with certain farmers and say okay. We'll we'll provide the equipment and operate the farm for you. What this does is. It allows a farmer who can't afford that full-service to go to a hello tractor and say like all right. If I had a tractor for these three days this week I could afford it and it would help a lot. So I'M GONNA I'm GonNa on-demand get that tractor out here and use it. And then they could take that data to say look. I was doing this by hand and then I was able to afford a week's worth of tractor through hello director and and look what it did to my yields Mr Bank man. Will you please give me alone so that I could buy my own tractor and look what I could do if I had that? And that's that's pretty powerful if it works absolutely. Singapore Airlines is buying food from a farm in New Jersey. That's in a warehouse in the city. It's a hi I'm sorry. It's an aeroponics company Arrow farms which provides fresh vegetables on flights quartz notes. Typically Salad Greens are harvested about three to five weeks before their served on a flight. So when you're in that salad it's not particularly fresh. You may have guessed that based on the salad you eight. On an airplane Arrow farms makes it possible for the Greens to be harvested hours before being served in the air which means it's fresher than a lot of the produce. You'RE GONNA get in a grocery store. Jet Blue already. Does a similar thing they use a rooftop garden at JFK? Airport To be able to serve fresh vegetables on their flights But Arrow farms operates the largest indoor vertical farm in the country from that warehouse in Newark. So they can provide a lot more than that rooftop Pharma. Jfk can aeroponics grows vegetables and tubers and other things like that in the air using sensors fans sprayers led's to precisely control the growing conditions. It offers three hundred percent more efficient. Growth rates than standard crop yields though it does use a lot of power so that that crop yield is based on the amount of water and things that you'd have to put on something in the ground because they can be so precise with the sensors. They save a lot on that They do have to spend a lot of money on the computers on the data servers on the led's etcetera but aero firm farms not only delivers vegetables fast. It can also because it has this control customize. The growing conditions to produce specific characteristics like Momofuku in New York buys from a different AEROPONICS company and asks for particularly firmness in the Kale. They want and you can do that. You can say oh. Do you want your Kale Firm. You want less firm. You want your ruge a little more peppery. We know the growing conditions that will turn out vegetables that way. It also lets. Singapore Airlines have more data on where and how the vegetables were grown which saves them a lot of time in meeting the food safety requirements. They have to for airline food. So if you're like. Hey how do I get one of these Fly Singapore Airlines out of JFK and Newark and Order a salad. I guess I am very much looking forward to that. Technology coming not only on airlines but everywhere. This seems incredible for everything like I might not know how the production chains working. Maybe I'm mistaken. But it seems this is better than most. The he's we get even not on airlines. Well it's it's the the proximity right like you can have. Vegetables in your grocery store that were harvested That day that's not impossible. Happens all the time But depending on where you are that may be harder and a lot of times. People are buying vegetables from across the world. So they've been on a cargo ship And that's where you get the fruit. That doesn't really sweet. Because they they grow it so that it ripened slowly all that sort of thing so if you want really local food having it in a warehouse that's really near where you're buying. It makes it so that more of your vegetables and more fruits do with aeroponics but vegetables particularly. You could do that with. Yeah that's what I mean. I we do by local but this seems like it makes it possible because it grow in any environment. Don't miss the soil and the yeah Take an aeroponics farm. Hook it up to an Amazon go grocery store have the robots. Just go and get you your rubella ruling fresh off the vine when you want it or you want it because it's Amazon knows you'll want scandal. They're like oh. That's the irregular buyer. Let's get him some pressure. Rubella do you want them who he always gets the PEPPERONI? Ah Rubella so it make sure we have that one but once every third a shopping trip it will offer you the different one to you know. It's the recommended we see you like this kind of a ruge. Would you like to try this? Try buttery rubella rubella shortage right now because of because of the growing conditions in Arizona. I just bought a regular yesterday so glad. It hasn't hit me. Glad you're wealthy enough to be able to afford that originally against well Tom We're GONNA have to have a conversation after this. I'm very very wealthy. Yes but you know that's funny before we move on. The story is interesting because plain food historically as like we all laugh like hot so horrible if you're in first class we're lucky enough to be in first class every once in a while. It's a little different assuming that this is going to be for for the entire cabin. Or that's the idea that's awesome but we we've also gotten used to airlines making you pay for every little thing that you get. It's it's very rare that you get anything free besides peanuts which is going to give somebody a life thirteen allergy anyway on the plane so I wonder what the idea of making food better on. Planes is creates but what happens to the consumer at that point prices higher. Maybe maybe not this may be cheaper. Because of the the time savings in the tracking on the food safety Because of the fact that it's local and so it doesn't have to be shipped very far. It's possible I'm not guaranteeing this but it's possible is cheaper and honestly I don't think my guess is this doesn't affect it. The whether they charge you for food or not an airplane entirely has to do with them trying to set fares not with the cost of the food so imagine that economy. You're still GONNA have to pay for that wrap whether it's got aeroponics lettuce in it or not first class won't like that's just not GonNa Change Right. Who PARTICIPATES IN OUR SUB? Reddit whether you fly first class or not. You submit stories and vote on others. Daily Tech News show DOT READY DOT COM and join in the conversation in our discord which you can join by linking to a Patriot account at patriotair dot com slash. 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"Coming up on telemedicine is on the rise and maybe an option. You didn't know you had INBOX DOT A. I could revolutionize customer service and we combed through all those a bio S. fourteen revelations. This is the daily Tech News for Tuesday March Tenth Mario Day because M. A. R. Ten twenty twenty in Los Angeles. I'm Tom Merritt Kendra Redwood. I'm Sarah Lane and from the dark forests of southern Finland. I'm Patrick Beja. Producer Roger Chain. We were just talking about Sarah's old electronic snoopy game machine that she's restore which by restoring you're gonNA to get a battery for triple to what what what did we say. Triple siegler no you don't you need. Cd's I don't know see not triple C. Just the regular say also. We realized that we're all headed to Patrick's house if the virus gets out of hand because he's the only one safe them get thank you. That's very nice. Did the lighter coversation on our expanded show. Good Day Internet. Become a member right now. Patriot dot com slash. Dns Let's start with a few tech things you should know. Uber has resumed at testing autonomous cars. In San Francisco to vehicles with safety drivers will be operating during daylight hours. Only Uber's Thomas. Cars are only operating in autonomous mode in Pittsburgh and San Francisco in the US while we will launch its P forty smartphone. During an online event March twenty six it previously had planned an in person event in Paris. The B forty is expected to have new zoom capabilities on a significantly upgraded camera. Ira It will be the first. P series foam not to be allowed to use Google APPS and services because of US trade restrictions bit defender and a Multi University group led by Jo van. Buick independently discovered a new speculative execution vulnerability in Intel chips called load value injection or LV by an attacker could exploit lv to intercept data passing through the secure enclave. And even this is new. For some of these speculative execution or the speculative and whatever you call them suddenly leave. My brain speculative execution attempt can inject new information. They can not only take information and can put new information to change the results of what's happening anyway. L. The is not a practical exploit in the real world. Intel has published a thirty page technical summary of Elvi- and how to mitigate it. If you work in industry that does think this is a concern. The game developers conference announced it will stream recorded versions of talks from book speakers for Free March Sixteenth to March twentieth from nine. Am to five PM. Pacific Time. On twitch organizers also hold a virtual award ceremony for the Independent Games Festival and also the game developers choice awards Microsoft will stream some of its own talks including one about xbox series x and project cloud on March. Eighteenth all right. Let's talk a little bit more. About what Sensor Tower is accused of doing Patrick Indeed buzzfeed news reports that Analytics Platform Sensor Tower has been collecting data from millions of people. Who have installed it's VPN and ad blocking APPs for Android and IRS. One APP prompted users to install root certificates through safari bypassing restrictions with the promise to block ads in Youtube the APPs collected anonymous usage and analytics data but did not see they were owned by sensor tower or that the data was fed to Censor Tower Sensor Tower says that it didn't disclose ownership of the APPS for competitive reasons right because they judge apps they like they sell data about which apps for the most popular so I think what they were trying to say is like. We didn't want the APP people to think we were competing with them. We just putting these APPs out here to collect data half of this story. I'm not that upset about collecting analytics as long as it was very clear that they were doing. It is fine. This this wasn't even necessarily for advertising. This was for analytics data that they send to say these are the most often. There's some data analysis there. I think sometimes people get a little overreactive about this collection happening. What I don't like the half that I'm really upset about is not telling people where the data was going. Transparency is key in any of these situations so that you can decide if you want to take part in that or not and really really really. Don't like tricking people into installing root certificates. That's a no no. You don't have that I mean it's just bad practice. Even if sensor tower maybe being a little underhanded about what apps owned users should be a lot more clear about that anonymous data analytics data that helps sensor tower and could potentially help developers and users depending on whether or not use the service. That in itself isn't the problem. The root certificate is because it's just it's just it's bad practice to train users into thinking. Oh I should do this so that the networks agreed agreed one hundred percent times. All right. We're in we're in. A chord. Dyson dyson continues to diversify its beauty product. Line with a cordless hair straighten. Her called Chorale settings of three hundred thirty three hundred. Sixty five or four hundred. Ten degrees. Fahrenheit can be used for fine or thick or even coarse hair. A flexible copperplate holds hair between the clamp and evenly distributed. Its meaning here stays in place better which also means that. The tool can be used fewer times and expose hair to less chance of heat damage. If you've ever used a hair straighten or you know that. It's only a matter of time before you see the results of the hair. Davidge the Corrales battery charge from zero to one hundred percent in seventy minutes. Last thirty to sixty minutes on a single charge the battery can also be disengaged us with only a power cord that could be useful for taking it on a long flight. For example it's available now in Grey with pink trim or purple with Gold Trim. Four four hundred ninety nine dollars I know most people will probably still think vacuum cleaners when they think dyson but hairdryer curler and now a straight her but which could also be used as a curler in certain ways they really releasing dyson move into the bathroom into the beauty. Care situation here and this is I. Don't know that this is a better hair stroessner except for the part where it has designed. It's more of a material designed to distribute the heat if that really works then maybe if it doesn't damage your hair. That is a good improvement. I'm one of those people for the dyson. Vacuum cleaner works for the bell. I love that back in cleaner never loved a vacuum cleaner. More than this one. In fact it's kind of weird but you know the the high of really straight hair. So here's trainers aren't really my thing. But the whole idea of anything. We think so. Much OF TECH PRODUCTS. Going wireless if it works. If the battery lasts long enough it makes a lot more sense. It just cleans up the whole process of you know the office environment. Same thing for the bathroom right now. And I've had so many bathrooms in my life right now. I have one outlet in my bathroom and it's placed in a way where it's just like kind of inconvenient and sort of like hitting other things when I plug in my hairdryer which I do use. And to have something wireless. It's a little thing but I know there's there are some people out there that are not in their heads like Oh there just. Wasn't that cord kind of like bumping into other stuff like knocking things over that's cool indeed Chinese platforms like Jd. Dot Com are seeing a significant increase in activity around telemedicine providers and the economist notes. Jd Dot Com itself arose during the SARS epidemic in two thousand and three when its founder Richard Lewd decided to shut down physical locations of electronics stores. When people were not leaving the House that time and move them online starting. Jd Dot com which is huge. Now there's also other telemedicine advances happening around the world legislation signed in the US. Friday expands the coverage of telemedicine by Medicare Telemedicine is covered by Medicare for rural residents visiting specialists that are far away but those restrictions are now waived in response to the covert nineteen outbreak. If you're in an area with the outbreak a survey by software advice found that eighty four percent of patients are more likely to choose a provider who offers telemedicine over one. Who doesn't and couple other things? Larry at dot net in Wyoming is offering free Internet service to telehealth providers to help them increase their capacity. And you see health virtual agent urgent care in Colorado is offering telemedicine for a flat fee of forty nine dollars. If your insurance or Medicare doesn't cover it so we're seeing a lot of expansion there and I asked Patrick to kind of look into medicine in Europe. And you found out that it's it's been recognized for a while but it's fairly new and coverage right exactly yeah I I've never used it and I honestly don't know anyone that has used it. This might change now in in the next few weeks and months. But it's been recognized as a practice as you said for about the decade In the law but The important part of it is was it covered by the healthcare system that we have and it turns out that was implemented about a year and a half ago about towards the end of twenty eighteen. So it's something that wasn't prompted by the latest outbreak but It's been you know something that the government has investigated and possibly is pushing for because it has a lot of advantages of ASLI. It's not something that you're going to want to use For every type of medical care you need but they have a fairly. It seems they're doing a fairly. Good job at cataloging the different cases where it could be used and and things like that so I think this is an example Of things being well thought out in advance and I guess that because the system is already in place It's going to see a lot of us now. in the next few months especially with covert nineteen You don't want to expose yourself to others or others to you if you do have If you don't have it you don't want to go into an office where someone might have it and you might catch it. So telemedicine is more important than usual in this particular case. Tell us about Amsterdam. Yes I will. I absolutely dams cloud communication platform message. Bird introduced inbox dot. Ai which less customers communicate with a business through WHATSAPP SMS Voice Messenger Instagram. We Chat Apple Business Chat our CS line and telegram. Yes that list is long in inbox today. and analyze keywords to suggest replies handle auto replies and route messages it supports text images images video jill location and more it also integrates with a third party. Apps like shopping slack salesforce Jira and more founder and CEO Robert this. I guess that's how you pronounce. His name. Also said that inbox Daddy. I want to solve the message. Continuity problem where you have to re deliver information to agents multiple times as you are handed off from one to another it's free to use inbound messages with pricing. Were outbound message or plans of fifty dollars to one hundred fifty dollars a month to cover most needs this. I think has the potential to really shake up a customer service because instead of having one or two ways to to handle incoming calls and having to assign them to people like you're on the text messaging you're on the phone bank you can just put everybody on on this if it if it works as advertised and the customer can choose however they want to interact with you and all their information will be integrated together and what you said about continuity. I mean. That's a huge complaint. I know a lot of people have which is I just told the previous person everything or I texted you all of this. That's why I'm on the phone with you. Do you not have that in front of you know. Sir. I'm sorry. Can you please do that again? If this just just help solve that it would be absolutely worth it. One of the things that I didn't think was super clear from the article but I assume it is the way that this works is. Let's say I'm on Instagram. And I want to talk to my telco that would be through the DM feature of instagram going to the telcos accounts and then that goes into inbox dot. Yeah I don't think it's posts. That would make it so now. It's it's not some other account that you went out of business accounts where they they can handle business communications. I assume it's through that that it could probably I guess would integrate The thread that you started the conversation It's that might be public. This is the I. I'm guessing because the beauty of this is that it. It's kind of a Zap year if this then that of communication where it manages to put everything in the format that you want and it's a thing that I think everyone kind of needed in that field everyone kind of needed but no one got out and actually did it and I agree with you. It seems like it's going to be tremendously helpful and the pricing doesn't seem I mean to me. It seems kind of low so I think it will improve. Of course the life of the lives of representatives but possibly also our own and many of these services. If if you're an enterprise you don't pay one hundred fifty dollars a month. You contact them directly and they come up with a suitable plan for you. There's a there's a limit on that one hundred fifty dollars a month but but even then yeah. I agree with you Patrick. Price per per interaction. Seems I checked it out? And it seems quite low But I mean I'm not a specialist of this but If if it solves a problem that you have as a business and Helps your relationship with your customer. I think it's worth money and I bet that's what inbox today is. Is Betting on curious to see how this works? Jane mentioned Wong Discovered Code Indie facebook for android APP indicating that facebook is testing the option to cross posts facebook stories to Instagram. Facebook told Tech crunch it is indeed testing the feature users have been able to do the opposite going from instagram to facebook and cross posting stories since twenty seventeen so a few years later but not really a surprise that they go Vice Versa in this case Ted crunches Josh Constant. Also points out this could let facebook sync up already viewed content to prevent reruns. We all hate those well. Maybe you don't but I do when you've already looked at facebook stories and then you take instagram. And you see the same thing and you're like I tried like it again already liked it in one place now. I really liked it in one place etc. Anybody happy I don't use I mean. I look at instagram stories. From time to time I don't know when the last time I looked at a facebook story so I'm absolutely the wrong target market but I feel Josh Bernstein and your pain. If you're you're seeing stuff in one place and then you go to another place and you see the same stuff again you are. We saw this no need to see it again so if they think that up for people who use both features frequently it seems like a good move yeah. I facebook and instagram. Yes they're different platforms. But they're so they they become less more. And more seamless as time goes on and I do see a lot of the same content and it's not the end of the world but it would be nice for the platform to be able to know that particularly if I've already engaged with something. Don't show it to me again wherever wherever has been cross post. There's definitely a logical reasoning behind doing this and it makes sense it's cleaner because a lot of things already sankt messages and by mean many other things comment stuff like that It does beg the question though of is this also part of facebook integrating everything together so that they can never be broken into separate companies. But this is not I mean. I know what you mean. They're not busy year so they won't get broken into separate companies but doing things like this further integrates everything and makes it harder to separated out. Although I I think the chances of getting separated into separate companies are low. It's more about like when you're in one ecosystem now you're in all their ecosystems whether you want your folks if you WanNa get all the headlines each day in about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily tech headlines Dot Com. We've seen we actually talked yesterday about one of the leaks coming out of IOS fourteen Where folks are looking at the source code and finding an indication of features that are coming from nine to five Mac which has been doing a lot of the legwork on this We know about those mouse pad features. the improved mouse features beyond just accessibility track pad gestures. We talked about that yesterday but also triple camera display on the IPAD. So the IPAD might have a time of Flight. Three D. Sensor a wide angle lens an Ultra Wide Lens and a Telephoto Lens and on They're finding evidence of an augmented reality. App. Code-named Gobi That is testing apple stores and at starbucks. Apparently not sure what you would use augmented reality foreign starbucks. But I'm sure there are plenty of reasons. there's indications that the next cheap iphone some people call it the iphone nine. Some people call it the se to we don't know what the official name might end up to be Would have touch. Id and Express Transit Express. Transit is the thing that let you tap your phone against the fare gate when you're going into the train area without having to unlock your phone every time but the one that's got everybody excited. Today is a new home screen page. That shows all your installed APP icons in a list view android users will call this the APP drawer. It's very similar to that the way it sounds and you'd be able to sort that list by unread notifications so any APP. That has an unread notification. Could be at the top you can say. Show me the most used so go for most frequently used to the least used or vice versa And also there are some serious suggestions based on time of day location. That might show up you kind of see these when you swipe left right now but I think these would like put things at the top of your list based on. Oh you're at the gym. We know you probably want your music and this fitness APP and so we'll put those at the top right now. 'cause it's that time of day and we see the location you're at There's there's also some other features here but before we move onto some of the things in Apple TV. And what do you think of this love? The new home screen icon list. I love the idea of getting a little bit smarter about my habits. Not every day is exactly the same for me about it but creature of habit. So yes the the Example that you said Tom. About being at the gym yeah like put that podcast up right at the top. You know what ten. That's kind of one. Sarah goes on a walk with her dog. That sort of thing. I love the idea of being able to sort more easily. I have a lot of APPs on my phone. And I'm okay searching that that works fine but I like the idea of having another way to distort through APPs very much the way that I use Mac. Os the finder. I mean it's not going to be the same but it feels more similar to that than what I've had in the past and I'm looking forward to it. You can also apparently pin apps that will not get closed or get prioritized which could be interesting on a OS. Because I don't know if it's my iphone ten which is getting old but it seems that The moment I switched to another APP the first one is gone by. I have to restart anything I was doing there. I'm exaggerating but barely And I know you discuss the the mouse features on the IPAD which might Appear actually on the IPAD not just on the IPAD PRO but It it it does make to the question to me do how much like a PC do. We want the IPAD TO BE It now has a file system which is not a full-fledged foul system but fairly close to eight and if it has a solid mouse features we already have. Pc's or PC tablets do on the ipad to be that too. I'm over exaggerating a little bit. Because it's still touch I and all of that but it. I think the question comes into reality. Yeah I mean it will make the IPAD. It'll take away one more thing. That's what I've said before one more thing that stops me from using the ipad laptop replacement which is oh well. I've got that fast mouse. Thing and IPAD is getting some more multi window type management. But it's yeah but doesn't match what's that point is. The point is if the thing that gets you to use the IPAD as a laptop replacement is to make the IPAD into a laptop kind of without a keyboard. And what's the point of the IPAD? Let's touchscreen laptop then it's a small smaller form factor than what you get with the macbook and in a little more lightweight so just lights. Pc then it was supposed to be more than that. And maybe it's dealers. I Dunno it was supposed to be something completely new and it feels like it's drifting towards. Anyway that's a different conversation. I to be more like a laptop for me to be able to actually do it. I think it's a media. A Happy medium would be useful but also a couple of other things. Macrumors identified a fitness APP. Code-named Seymour that would not just be on TV OS watch os but all three so you can use it on TV or your apple TV. Your watch could prompt you through exercises or you can just be watching it on your phone and it would have guided fitness related videos. The macrumors article said we don't see any indication that they would even charge for any of this stuff it would just be free thing for people who own apple devices That's cool because right now. The good stuff you do have to pay for which is not that. I don't feel like exercise. Should be paid for but otherwise you're kind of like searching for like weird yoga videos on Youtube so I would love this. I have to say having watched. Eileen search for weird yoga videos or free APPs that you can use airplay from her phone once she got the Peleton that that all went away because now. Peleton has stuff that she can put on the Apple. Tv or through actually just airplay from her iphone as well as stuff. That's on the bike. And it's all part of that subscription and we talked about the fact that soul cycle Is going to be offering that There's there's an APP that the playing with the new cycle like it makes sense for apple to get in on this game but are we going to get the same complaint of like. Wait a minute now. Apple is competing with other people on their platform. And of course we are and I think that discussion should happen. Yeah but it's not gonNA stop apple from doing a few more things that are bubbling up and I was fourteen. research Detective work these are again from nine to five MAC new apple. Tv box in a new remote. We knew about the most remote exactly what it is. It's got to be better than that is cheers. You're representing the world. How good it's gotta be. I like the Apple. Tv or loads. But I'm the exception I've I'm also the exception but I also don't mind a new remote. It'd be fine if they came up with a new and then air tags will have a user replaceable battery. You'll be able to set them up in both. Ios play a sound to help you locate them and trek through a are on the latest iphone. So that's what that could be useful when you leave your phone in the starbucks you can use the crap to find it. I guess you would need a air tag for that. So maybe your back. Pack the TAG. When you've left it I don't know but it sounds like by the end of this year. We're finally going to get that air tags thing that we've been hearing about rumors forever. Ever in the user replaceable battery thing. There are some it would be a little a CR twenty two those things. They do exist in rechargeable form so it could be useful there but competitive competitors To that not existing product have versions we which use these kinds of batteries that lasts for about a year. So you wouldn't need agent every couple of months so that's that's a great Feature as well yeah for sure. Thanks everybody who participates in our sub. Reddit apple news was at the top of the sub today unsurprisingly great minds like you could submit stories and vote on them a daily Tech News. Show DOT REDDIT DOT com. Let's check out the mail. Bag Kevin Eden. Phd wrote in about a conversation. We were having on Good Day Internet yesterday. Tom said I am R. E. FOR LUNCH? I was like what's that Kevin says. 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"Coming up on telemedicine is on the rise and maybe an option. You didn't know you had INBOX DOT A. I could revolutionize customer service and we combed through all those a bio S. fourteen revelations. This is the daily Tech News for Tuesday March Tenth Mario Day because M. A. R. Ten twenty twenty in Los Angeles. I'm Tom Merritt Kendra Redwood. I'm Sarah Lane and from the dark forests of southern Finland. I'm Patrick Beja. Producer Roger Chain. We were just talking about Sarah's old electronic snoopy game machine that she's restore which by restoring you're gonNA to get a battery for triple to what what what did we say. Triple siegler no you don't you need. Cd's I don't know see not triple C. Just the regular say also. We realized that we're all headed to Patrick's house if the virus gets out of hand because he's the only one safe them get thank you. That's very nice. Did the lighter coversation on our expanded show. Good Day Internet. Become a member right now. Patriot dot com slash. Dns Let's start with a few tech things you should know. Uber has resumed at testing autonomous cars. In San Francisco to vehicles with safety drivers will be operating during daylight hours. Only Uber's Thomas. Cars are only operating in autonomous mode in Pittsburgh and San Francisco in the US while we will launch its P forty smartphone. During an online event March twenty six it previously had planned an in person event in Paris. The B forty is expected to have new zoom capabilities on a significantly upgraded camera. Ira It will be the first. P series foam not to be allowed to use Google APPS and services because of US trade restrictions bit defender and a Multi University group led by Joe Van. Buick independently discovered a new speculative execution vulnerability in Intel chips called load value injection or LV by an attacker could exploit lv to intercept data passing through the secure enclave. And even this is new. For some of these speculative execution or the speculative and whatever you call them suddenly leave. My brain speculative execution attempt can inject new information. They can not only take information and can put new information to change the results of what's happening anyway. L. The is not a practical exploit in the real world. Intel has published a thirty page technical summary of Elvi- and how to mitigate it. If you work in industry that does think this is a concern. The game developers conference announced it will stream recorded versions of talks from book speakers for Free March Sixteenth to March twentieth from nine. Am to five PM. Pacific Time. On twitch organizers also hold a virtual award ceremony for the Independent Games Festival and also the game developers choice awards Microsoft will stream some of its own talks including one about xbox series x and project cloud on March. Eighteenth all right. Let's talk a little bit more. About what Sensor Tower is accused of doing Patrick Indeed buzzfeed news reports that Analytics Platform Sensor Tower has been collecting data from millions of people. Who have installed it's VPN and ad blocking APPs for Android and IRS. One APP prompted users to install root certificates through safari bypassing restrictions with the promise to block ads in Youtube the APPs collected anonymous usage and analytics data but did not see they were owned by sensor tower or that the data was fed to Censor Tower Sensor Tower says that it didn't disclose for competitive reasons right because they judge apps they like they sell data about which APPS for the most popular so I think what they were trying to say is like we didn't want the APP people to think we were competing with them. We just putting these APPs out here to collect data half of this story. I'm not that upset about collecting analytics as long as it was very clear that they were doing. It is fine. This this wasn't even necessarily for advertising. This was for analytics data that they send to say these are the most often. There's some data analysis there. I think sometimes people get a little overreactive about this collection happening. What I don't like the half that I'm really upset about is not telling people where the data was going. Transparency is key in any of these situations so that you can decide if you want to take part in that or not and really really really. Don't like tricking people into installing root certificates. That's a no no. You don't have that I mean it's just bad practice. Even if sensor tower maybe being a little underhanded about what apps owned users should be a lot more clear about that anonymous data analytics data that helps sensor tower and could potentially help developers and users depending on whether or not use the service. That in itself isn't the problem. The root certificate is because it's just it's just it's bad practice to train users into thinking. Oh I should do this so that the works agreed agreed one hundred percent times. All right. We're in we're in. A chord. Dyson dyson continues to diversify its beauty product. Line with a cordless hair straighten. Her called Chorale settings of three hundred thirty three hundred. Sixty five or four hundred. Ten degrees. Fahrenheit can be used for fine or thick or even coarse hair. A flexible copperplate holds hair between the clamp and evenly distributed. Its meaning here stays in place better which also means that. The tool can be used fewer times and expose hair to less chance of heat damage. If you've ever used a hair straighten or you know that. It's only a matter of time before you see the results of the hair. Davidge the Corrales battery charge from zero to one hundred percent in seventy minutes. Last thirty to sixty minutes on a single charge the battery can also be disengaged us with only a power cord that could be useful for taking it on a long flight. For example it's available now in Grey with pink trim or purple with Gold Trim. Four four hundred ninety nine dollars I know most people will probably still think vacuum cleaners when they think dyson but hairdryer curler and now a straight her but which could also be used as a curler in certain ways they really releasing dyson move into the bathroom into the beauty. Care situation here and this is I. Don't know that this is a better hair stroessner except for the part where it has designed. It's more of a material designed to distribute the heat if that really works then maybe if it doesn't damage your hair. That is a good improvement. I'm one of those people for the dyson. Vacuum cleaner works for the bell. I love that back in cleaner never loved a vacuum cleaner. More than this one. In fact it's kind of weird but you know the the high of really straight hair. So here's trainers aren't really my thing. But the whole idea of anything. We think so. Much OF TECH PRODUCTS. Going wireless if it works. If the battery lasts long enough it makes a lot more sense. It just cleans up the whole process of you know the office environment. Same thing for the bathroom right now. And I've had so many bathrooms in my life right now. I have one outlet in my bathroom and it's placed in a way where it's just like kind of inconvenient and sort of like hitting other things when I plug in my hairdryer which I do use. And to have something wireless. It's a little thing but I know there's there are some people out there that are not in their heads like Oh there just. Wasn't that cord kind of like bumping into other stuff like knocking things over that's cool indeed Chinese platforms like Jd. Dot Com are seeing a significant increase in activity around telemedicine providers and the economist notes. Jd Dot Com itself arose during the SARS epidemic in two thousand and three when its founder Richard Lewd decided to shut down physical locations of electronics stores. When people were not leaving the House that time and move them online starting. Jd Dot com which is huge. Now there's also other telemedicine advances happening around the world legislation signed in the US. Friday expands the coverage of telemedicine by Medicare Telemedicine is covered by Medicare for rural residents visiting specialists that are far away but those restrictions are now waived in response to the covert nineteen outbreak. If you're in an area with the outbreak a survey by software advice found that eighty four percent of patients are more likely to choose a provider who offers telemedicine over one. Who doesn't and couple other things? Larry at dot net in Wyoming is offering free Internet service to telehealth providers to help them increase their capacity. And you see health virtual agent urgent care in Colorado is offering telemedicine for a flat fee of forty nine dollars. If your insurance or Medicare doesn't cover it so we're seeing a lot of expansion there and I asked Patrick to kind of look into medicine in Europe. And you found out that it's it's been recognized for a while but it's fairly new and coverage right exactly yeah I I've never used it and I honestly don't know anyone that has used it. This might change now in in the next few weeks and months. But it's been recognized as a practice as you said for about the decade In the law but The important part of it is was it covered by the healthcare system that we have and it turns out that was implemented about a year and a half ago about towards the end of twenty eighteen. So it's something that wasn't prompted by the latest outbreak but It's been you know something that the government has investigated and possibly is pushing for because it has a lot of advantages of ASLI. It's not something that you're going to want to use For every type of medical care you need but they have a fairly. It seems they're doing a fairly. Good job at cataloging the different cases where it could be used and and things like that so I think this is an example Of things being well thought out in advance and I guess that because the system is already in place It's going to see a lot of us now. in the next few months especially with covert nineteen You don't want to expose yourself to others or others to you if you do have If you don't have it you don't want to go into an office where someone might have it and you might catch it. So telemedicine is more important than usual in this particular case. Tell us about Amsterdam. Yes I will. I Sal Astor. Dams Cloud Communication Platform Message Bird introduced inbox dot. Ai which less customers communicate with a business through WHATSAPP SMS Voice Messenger Instagram. We Chat Apple Business Chat our CS line and telegram. Yes that list is long in inbox today. and analyze keywords to suggest replies handle auto replies and route messages it supports text images images video jill location and more it also integrates with a third party. Apps like shopping slack salesforce Jira and more founder and CEO Robert this. I guess that's how you pronounce. His name. Also said that inbox Daddy. I want to solve the message. Continuity problem where you have to re deliver information to agents multiple times as you are handed off from one to another it's free to use inbound messages with pricing. Were outbound message or plans of fifty dollars to one hundred fifty dollars a month to cover most needs this. I think has the potential to really shake up a customer service because instead of having one or two ways to to handle incoming calls and having to assign them to people like you're on the text messaging you're on the phone bank you can just put everybody on on this if it if it works as advertised and the customer can choose however they want to interact with you and all their information will be integrated together and what you said about continuity. I mean. That's a huge complaint. I know a lot of people have which is I just told the previous person everything or I texted you. You all of this. That's why I'm on the phone with you. Do you not have that in front of you know. Sir. I'm sorry. Can you please do that again? If this just just help solve that it would be absolutely worth it. One of the things that I didn't think was super clear from the article but I assume it is the way that this works is. Let's say I'm on Instagram. And I want to talk to my telco that would be through the DM feature of instagram going to the telcos accounts and then that goes into inbox dot. Yeah I don't think it's posts. That would make it so now. It's it's not some other account that you went out of business accounts where they they can handle business communications. I assume it's through that that it could probably I guess would integrate The thread that you started the conversation It's that might be public. This is the I. I'm guessing because the beauty of this is that it. It's kind of a Zap year if this then that of communication where it manages to put everything in the format that you want and it's a thing that I think everyone kind of needed in that field everyone kind of needed but no one got out and actually did it and I agree with you. It seems like it's going to be tremendously helpful and the pricing doesn't seem I mean to me. It seems kind of low so I think it will improve. Of course the life of the lives of representatives but possibly also our own and many of these services. If if you're an enterprise you don't pay one hundred fifty dollars a month. You contact them directly and they come up with a suitable plan for you. There's a there's a limit on that one hundred fifty dollars a month but but even then yeah. I agree with you Patrick. Price per per interaction. Seems I checked it out? And it seems quite low But I mean I'm not a specialist of this but If if it solves a problem that you have as a business and Helps your relationship with your customer. I think it's worth money and I bet that's what inbox today is. Is Betting on curious to see how this works? Jane mentioned Wong Discovered Code Indie facebook for android APP indicating that facebook is testing the option to cross posts facebook stories to Instagram. Facebook told Tech crunch it is indeed testing the feature users have been able to do the opposite going from instagram to facebook and cross posting stories since twenty seventeen so a few years later but not really a surprise that they go Vice Versa in this case Ted crunches Josh Constant. Also points out this could let facebook sync up already viewed content to prevent reruns. We all hate those well. Maybe you don't but I do when you've already looked at facebook stories and then you take instagram. And you see the same thing and you're like I tried like it again already liked it in one place now. I really liked it in one place etc. Anybody happy I don't use I mean. I look at instagram stories. From time to time I don't know when the last time I looked at a facebook story so I'm absolutely the wrong target market but I feel Josh Bernstein and your pain. If you're you're seeing stuff in one place and then you go to another place and you see the same stuff again you are. We saw this no need to see it again so if they think that up for people who use both features frequently it seems like a good move yeah. I facebook and instagram. Yes they're different platforms. But they're so they they become less more. And more seamless as time goes on and I do see a lot of the same content and it's not the end of the world but it would be nice for the platform to be able to know that particularly if I've already engaged with something. Don't show it to me again wherever wherever has been cross post. There's definitely a logical reasoning behind doing this and it makes sense it's cleaner because a lot of things already sankt messages and by mean many other things comment stuff like that It does beg the question though of is this also part of facebook integrating everything together so that they can never be broken into separate companies. But this is not I mean. I know what you mean. They're not busy year so they won't get broken into separate companies but doing things like this further integrates everything and makes it harder to separated out. Although I I think the chances of getting separated into separate companies are low. It's more about like when you're in one ecosystem now you're in all their ecosystems whether you want your folks if you WanNa get all the headlines each day in about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily tech headlines Dot Com. We've seen we actually talked yesterday about one of the leaks coming out of IOS fourteen Where folks are looking at the source code and finding an indication of features that are coming from nine to five Mac which has been doing a lot of the legwork on this We know about those mouse pad features. the improved mouse features beyond just accessibility track pad gestures. We talked about that yesterday but also triple camera display on the IPAD. So the IPAD might have a time of Flight. Three D. Sensor a wide angle lens an Ultra Wide Lens and a Telephoto Lens and on They're finding evidence of an augmented reality. App. Code-named Gobi That is testing apple stores and at starbucks. Apparently not sure what you would use augmented reality foreign starbucks. But I'm sure there are plenty of reasons. there's indications that the next cheap iphone some people call it the iphone nine. Some people call it the se to we don't know what the official name might end up to be Would have touch. Id and Express Transit Express. Transit is the thing that let you tap your phone against the fare gate when you're going into the train area without having to unlock your phone every time but the one that's got everybody excited. Today is a new home screen page. That shows all your installed APP icons in a list view android users will call this the APP drawer. It's very similar to that the way it sounds and you'd be able to sort that list by unread notifications so any APP. That has an unread notification. Could be at the top you can say. Show me the most used so go for most frequently used to the least used or vice versa And also there are some serious suggestions based on time of day location. That might show up you kind of see these when you swipe left right now but I think these would like put things at the top of your list based on. Oh you're at the gym. We know you probably want your music and this fitness APP and so we'll put those at the top right now. 'cause it's that time of day and we see the location you're at There's there's also some other features here but before we move onto some of the things in Apple TV. And what do you think of this love? The new home screen icon list. I love the idea of getting a little bit smarter about my habits. Not every day is exactly the same for me about it but creature of habit. So yes the the Example that you said Tom. About being at the gym yeah like put that podcast up right at the top. You know what ten. That's kind of one. Sarah goes on a walk with her dog. That sort of thing. I love the idea of being able to sort more easily. I have a lot of APPs on my phone. And I'm okay searching that that works fine but I like the idea of having another way to distort through APPs very much the way that I use Mac. Os the finder. I mean it's not going to be the same but it feels more similar to that than what I've had in the past and I'm looking forward to it. You can also apparently pin apps that will not get closed or get prioritized which could be interesting on a OS. Because I don't know if it's my iphone ten which is getting old but it seems that The moment I switched to another APP the first one is gone by. I have to restart anything I was doing there. I'm exaggerating but barely And I know you discuss the the mouse features on the IPAD which might Appear actually on the IPAD not just on the IPAD PRO but It it it does make to the question to me do how much like a PC do. We want the IPAD TO BE It now has a file system which is not a full-fledged foul system but fairly close to eight and if it has a solid mouse features we already have. Pc's or PC tablets do on the ipad to be that too. I'm over exaggerating a little bit. Because it's still touch I and all of that but it. I think the question comes into reality. Yeah I mean it will make the IPAD. It'll take away one more thing. That's what I've said before one more thing that stops me from using the ipad laptop replacement which is oh well. I've got that fast mouse thing and IPAD is getting some more multi window type But it's yeah but doesn't match what's that point is. The point is if the thing that gets you to use the IPAD as a laptop replacement is to make the IPAD into a laptop kind of without a keyboard. And what's the point of the IPAD? Let's touchscreen laptop then it's a small smaller form factor than what you get with the macbook and in a little more lightweight so just lights. Pc then it was supposed to be more than that. And maybe it's dealers. I Dunno it was supposed to be something completely new and it feels like it's drifting towards. Anyway that's a different conversation. I to be more like a laptop for me to be able to actually do it. I think it's a media. A Happy medium would be useful but also a couple of other things. Macrumors identified a fitness APP. Code-named Seymour that would not just be on TV OS watch os but all three so you can use it on TV or your apple TV. Your watch could prompt you through exercises or you can just be watching it on your phone and it would have guided fitness related videos. The macrumors article said we don't see any indication that charge for any of this stuff. It would just be free thing for people who own apple devices That's cool because right now the good stuff you do have to pay for which is not that. I don't feel like exercise. Should be paid for but otherwise you're kind of like searching for like weird yoga videos on Youtube so I would love this. I have to say having watched. Eileen search for weird yoga videos or free APPs that you can use airplay from her phone once she got the Peleton that that all went away because now. Peleton has stuff that she can put on the Apple. Tv or through actually just airplay from her iphone as well as stuff. That's on the bike. And it's all part of that subscription and we talked about the fact that soul cycle Is going to be offering that There's there's an APP that the playing with the new cycle like it makes sense for apple to get in on this game but are we going to get the same complaint of like. Wait a minute now. Apple is competing with other people on their platform. And of course we are and I think that discussion should happen. Yeah but it's not gonNA stop apple from doing a few more things that are bubbling up and I was fourteen. research Detective work these are again from nine to five MAC new apple. Tv box in a new remote. We knew about the most remote exactly what it is. It's got to be better than that is cheers. You're representing the world. How good it's gotta be. I like the Apple. Tv or loads. But I'm the exception I've I'm also the exception but I also don't mind a new remote. It'd be fine if they came up with a new and then air tags will have a user replaceable battery. You'll be able to set them up in both play a sound to help you locate them and trek through a are on the latest iphone. So that's what that could be useful when you leave your phone in the starbucks you can use the crap to find it. I guess you would need a air tag for that. So maybe your back. Pack the TAG. When you've left it I don't know but it sounds like by the end of this year. We're finally going to get that air tags thing that we've been hearing about rumors forever. Ever in the user replaceable battery thing. There are some it would be a little a CR twenty two those things. They do exist in rechargeable form so it could be useful there but competitive competitors To that not existing product have versions we which use these kinds of batteries that lasts for about a year. So you wouldn't need agent every couple of months so that's that's a great Feature as well yeah for sure. Thanks everybody who participates in our sub. Reddit apple news was at the top of the sub today unsurprisingly great minds like you could submit stories and vote on them a daily Tech News. Show DOT REDDIT DOT com. Let's check out the mail. Bag Kevin Eden. Phd wrote in about a conversation. We were having on Good Day Internet yesterday. Tom said I am R. E. FOR LUNCH? I was like what's that Kevin says. 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Try Meditation

Mentally Yours

11:12 min | 1 year ago

Try Meditation

"Levy and Saadon's now to continue repeating that sound beach mentally a Grad tits mentally Antony entity then hi everyone and wasn't Mentally Yours Metro credit. UK's weekly mental health off podcast. I'm in Baxter and this week. I'm joined by Williams. He's the meditation expert author and the founder of Biju Meditation. You can listen to our interview in the previous episode which is called curing insomnia this week he's going to be taking through a guided meditation so to join then find some way you can sit calmly comfortably and uninterrupted so sitting comfortably preferably with your feet on the floor no needs to sit his crossed legs or anything to professional and anytime you need to fidget please to. It's very important. The we be comfortable when we met at home with is closed. Jenny saw choosing in Tokyo putty feel his feet on the floor. Feel all the nuances Zule the soles of your feet in the way they're interacting with the surface. Polite them and bring your attention slowly up through your legs thighs and she'll pelvis in tool sir just becoming aware of all the sensations in your body. There's any tension tightness henny any dominant sensations his knee to try and make them go away. Just simply becoming aware awesome is enough attention to the back chest. West shoulders and arms the way down to the fingertips feel the whole of being the connected and now drops mind cause using visualization from the middle of your feet it all the way down deep into the F. Imagine them connecting can you to the F. Langey connect with calming resonance and now imagine a third anchor troughing from your job. You have three points of connection connection with you. I'm with you. All attention. Simultaneously on these Anka's will so now pretension to betty observing how arises is isn't full with each breath. You take noticing hi your chest and your rib cage also expand and contract every press these take and make sure that you intend your rib cage to expand sideways into the back as well not just expanding into the front measure would of this spacious nece opening up in your chest breeze literally and figuratively imagine the inside of the chest region the very center of there being a little light glowing brightly her aid in fusing nobody with energy eighteen much in a little pool of light in the center of your brain rain so he simaltaneously have his to the pools of light shining brightly now much mccollum light connecting the two together her from this place of more centeredness time to introduce a little mantra. They'll sound the more resonate with your nervous system in a way that will bring calm on a bit more peace. The sound we're going to be using is Beja. It means the seed of infinite potential. We're going to use that sound to help you seed for us to heal and grow of it more today so you can move forward in life and a half year unhealthy away to start repeating that sound. Jenny within your mind space between the repetitions that let it breathe pitch and as you do this you'll notice his time that your mind begins to wonder and that's totally fine although we using this little sound as a vehicle to take us in which we don't want to focus on it instead let it fall into the background if your awareness that it pulls away evermore. Saudi let it becomes so faint Hispanic Hispanic even there when we do this. Han on nervous system is gonNA stop throwing all sorts of noise and stimulation and we may find that we start having thoughts and thus cool whenever it goes to simply come back to the sound beach install repeating again uh who is remembering repeated in the very very soft effortless way I just described arrived and if at any time in this meditation you feel like you're falling into deepest deepest state of awareness or even falling asleep lays off your body have this very precious experience experience that you showing to resist or control anything simply flowing whatever comes so leaving Saadon's now to continue continue repeating that sound chat yeah and no an ad from dad save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive gotta take these oath breath. What is this this wow. Where did you get this. I'm talking to you with the hair yeah. Where did you get this. It's good stuff solid. That's not veneer that solid stuff progressive cat save from becoming your parents but we can save you money when you bundle home and Auto Progressive Casualty Insurance Company affiliates in other insurance discounts not available in all states or situations.

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81: Team vs. Individual Training, Intuitive Eating, Kids and Sports

Work, Play, Love with Lauren Fleshman and Jesse Thomas

49:18 min | 8 months ago

81: Team vs. Individual Training, Intuitive Eating, Kids and Sports

"It. was just start this off. Welcome to play. Nighttime addition. Really banking than nighttime edition cash. That's the only way that's ever gets done. The kids have been put to sleep for the third time tonight. Eight fifty, four PM restarted at seven, forty one. Time Neyland. So Fun. Well as either this shit's. Creek. Dacian. Yeah. you guys shouldn't have recommended So many great TV shows because it cuts into our podcasting time. The chairs. Let me to we made it another day today was the first day of Preschool Yeah which I guess we can talk about where where are we should totally go really deep into the preschool you're GonNa love sure this the way love podcasts I'm Jesse. Thomas I'm Lauren. Fleischmann. And we answer your questions about work sports and relationships, and this is episode eighty-one. And we have been our episodes have been a little bit sporadic since covid but we're here we're doing we're doing one right now and it's off to a great start. About to give better. Laws most of our. Cool. Today we're talking about. Running with people who are faster than you intuitive eating while you love peanut M M's. Supporting each other but not fully supporting each other encouraging kids and sports. Those were my half assed ways of trying to summarize the questions. The questions really aren't. I don't know what they are eat dear, listeners. All right. Well, let's do some what's going on. Yeah Lauren you want to start it's been like four weeks I. Think you've made helpful bullets. I've made our shared Google Doc Let me read them number one got in a bike rack number two got in a car wreck number three coups. Those were my. My bullets for. Going on basically in a matter of twelve days i. Crashed my bike went to the emergency room. then the day I got my sling off. Got My car totaled by somebody who ran a stop sign and t-boned me. And it was a rough it's been a rough couple of weeks I, very lucky I. Am I am Yeah Very lucky I have I don't you know I, didn't have any broken bones and definitely have some injuries and they're going to take some time and physical therapy. To get better but. But. Things should heal. I should be able to do most things I think my baseball career is over. Know you would have been so good and I I'm actually wondering how I'm GonNa throw like a disc golf only. Yeah. That's not even how you what you call it a Frisbee but like no, it is actually you technically, you call it a desk, a desk. GonNa throw a desk but you know what? I was talking about the discuss. This issue we. Definitely don't have skills there. Well, I mean you don't have crazy skills with the disc either I feel like, I've okay. For someone once every five years. Okay. I'm actually kind of surprised that you even thought about that as a loss since cove being increasingly more interested in disc golf including what the kids. Yeah. That's true. Actually, it has been kind of fun. To try to be US stuff I, know you do. So, one of the first things that. When Laura Lauren I went. BOWLING FOR THE FIRST TIME and. She'd be. Furious. But also I kind of turned on. I think that was to this date is still my personal best. Nineteen or twenty years old it was did not know how to turn off the competitiveness at that point in my life I know special hotels. Going on just what? What's the super basic big biggest picture update. Or whatever I feel like we're we've crossed off a few really big huge question mark things for now. Pre second wave or whatever might happen you Zaid's in preschool and they are in person preschool, and that was really exciting today to drop off a little preschool superfund. Jude starts distance learning next week and we've got a little like dedicated workspace we're trying to you know have a two bedroom house. So there's not a ton of room but W- we finagled some stuff in little corner of the House for him and made it feel a little bit more. Professional I guess whatever just provisional nothing besides the dining room table. Space where he a small table so I think it's good. Yeah. So we're trying to do that taking the home schooling thing a little more seriously versus spring, which was just like what the hell and just trying to survive throwing it, and then we hired a babysitter. will be helping facilitate jude school. During our workday which is just The biggest burden lifted yes and you did the heavy lifting on all of that hiring process and I'm just so grateful that. That's done. Yeah. Me Too. It's a big. It's a you know it's a big. It's a huge piece of the puzzle. Obviously, we're very lucky that we can do that but then other things. Or break with little wing right now it's our off season and I'm working on my book. So those are the two main things you're going to go on a trip for like a week start going during the weekdays to focus on my draft and summa long weekends the Home Weekends Yeah Q.. Thanks for that baby you bet. yeah I'm doing I am primary parenting in trying to get all that stuff setup for the kids and that's been going pretty well do I feel a lot better now that we have a babysitter lined up and then I've just been working really hard at picky bars too big news for us is that we're. I think a weakish away from closing our funding around, which is really really exciting and will be A. Up Pivotal moment in the history of the company. Yeah, really excited about that. That's been something that I've been working on and talking about well for really like eighteen months but really seriously for about. Five or six close. More all right. Thanks. To talk about it. You do a good job but. You, don't have nice little late. Dig. That's cool. Fame or. So. As she learned was you guys didn't see but Lauren was yawning while I was talking about the funding round. It's fine. It's exciting to me is very big data is really big deal. It'll be it is. It's a lot of you know it's probably how you feel what I talk about the book. It's just a lot of updates on it takes a long time a little. Slow. Burn and then it happens and then Yeah. So anyway so that's exciting and then we just finished. WE'RE GONNA I'll say it on this because by the time this comes out we'll have launched it but we're gonNA launch the new. GRANOLA for picky bars that is a grain free not carb free Granola but something that's made out of chickpeas and. CHICKPEA flake base, which is pretty cool. BLUEBERRIES and almonds, maple butter. Or almond butter, butter, maple, and a hint of Rosemary. which is pretty sweet. It's quite good. Yeah it's good. It's an interesting thing. We had sent out samples to the club to basically we basically had two things that were similar one was like cardamom and one was rosemary and I thought for sure that everybody was going to vote for the CARDAMOM, one. More, like typical flavor that people are fans of or whatever. But it shocked me people voted for the Ro Rosemary and I mean up until the last. Week I was basically our GONNA make cardamom one because people don't I just feel like people aren't voting right but then it was really clear clear winner and we went we cannot deny the. So that's what we made. So hopefully. People like it and by I it re it was rated really well too. So it was just a really interesting thing where we really used feedback in the picky club to make the decision in a way that honestly I would not have made on my own. Yeah. Cute. Everybody who participated will sampled and surveyed and all that stuff really really do appreciate that feedback. So that's going to be launching story of making that just a quick and dirty. Our co-founders Steph Bruce has silly AC disease and she also has sensitivity to the protein. That's an so it's very similar I. Guess the Biochemistry. And some people say actress also sensitive to even Gluten Free Oats and. So this gives her a granola that she can enjoy, which is really good and for people that aren't we, which is my you know me it's just like a different base in an oatmeal with Chickpea, which is nice. Just like. Divers diversity of Diet type of thing, and so Nixon it. Yeah. I think it's I. Think it's good. I'm really excited about it will be interesting to see how does and what people think so. besides that I just wrote filling feeling the hearn of a little bit less I'm just so glad she's updating us on your hernia week by week also. Honestly. A. Do we had a significant and this is why I wrote this down. He has significant number of responses in the. In the you know sent to us. That were suggestions for my? Hernia. Put out like a kind of was like. Anybody know what I could do, but it's not really a hernia. It's like it's basically like Athletic Pule Beja in. There's you know I'm not gonNA get into it but I just wanted to say thank you for the people that the mini people that wrote in kind of giving giving me tips and stuff I've I've been working with some PT's and one of whom was through this this show. So I really really appreciate appreciate it. Great. Okay. Cool. Why are you laughing at I'm just GOING OVER NOW I. Looked versus tasty bites questions Oh. Shit. Questions Listener. These are shorter quicker answers that sometimes we answer shorter and quicker. are kind of funny. So I I just felt good to me tonight area what is the dumbest fight you've had coins began slash the world ended four context I got angry at my husband for not using a chip clip on recently purchased bag of chips very dumb. Hijazi go no I hadn't thought I wanted you to lead on this one. I, read the question man. Something that I did that was. Really stupid much pressure. I'll this the first thing that popped in my head? Honestly, I hadn't thought about this Remember it wasn't too long ago it was like. A couple of weeks ago and we were fighting about. Cleaning up the house and you made some comment about me like making messes and I was like I've been cleaning up the house. All the time and and if I had said something if I had a dime for every Coffee Cup, I picked up off the table and dirty and I was like Oh are we do we? You really play. You really want me to tell you all the should I pick up of yours all day. Still think I would win but I didn't go. Further farther. Caved as you should. Because I would o.`Neil in that car I don't think that's true. I clean up a lot I don't know I'm not gonNA. Conversation on this podcast right now. Anyway Dallas. It was a dumb I mean it's kind of a dumb fight, but it was a dumb thing for me to say. I. Remember. If I remember correctly you actually kind of like stormed out. Because I didn't want to go through the list of all the things pick up, and then like five or minutes later I texted you something along the lines of. Hey the Coffee Cup thing was dumb I'm sorry. And I said you're damn right. Just kidding. Sorry to. And Can you think of anything of any dumb fights that we had? I don't know we have a Lotta dumb fights. Come on there's gotta be some. I don't know I. Don't know. Honestly I feel like I just really want to dwell in positively right now with early she's such a cop out. I, feel I feel strongly that we're doing really well right now. That's great but. He got think of something later I see if something POPs up. That's a dumb one. I mean, that's a dumb I. Guess that is a really good question. Just clear it's. Just, a great I mean, Corentin is so I would love it if people for follow ups. If you have a really really dumb argument fight that you've had, this would be a great thing for us to be able to read next episode. Of Yours on that. Okay. Okay. Cool I'm a big fan of picky bars and wordplay love podcast. Thanks so much for sharing your humor while also encouraging us to think about the important things in life. Here's my question. When we earn medals from competitions winning where is it appropriate to wear them? This seems even harder to figure out how that we are doing a lot of offense virtually. Don't get our medals until days or weeks after the event. I like to wear mine around the house and sometimes to bed, but rarely shower. Also. This is not right to put a ribbon on the stickers. We earn from picky bars challenges on Strada and wear them my. Fun. Sorry. I. Put a ribbon on the stickers that you get from. picky. Autism. The answer is. Sometimes to bed, but rarely in the shower. You wear your medal wherever you damn. Well, please write a totally. And just know there's going to be people who have opinions on it. The don't line up with that and I just said you just you just shine. You just shine on you know what? I mean just do it I love it and I don't understand why you're holding back in the shower. Yeah totally I mean that's Just. You and your metal seeing the national. Talk. Live. Usually Clean the ribbon. Around the neck I was just thinking about a fun thing. We're bat. We're I would I would say we're not like all back in the office, but we're in the office off and on all with masks and I was just thinking like metal Monday would be pretty sweet. Really. Funny. Where a metal. Did something with your metal. anyway thank question. Have you considered making GEL sized drizzle packets? They would be awesome for taking out on the trails. You are so correct yes, and we have considered that in it is not possible with our manufacturing partner that makes that right now but and they'd be like five dollars. Drizzle stuff is really. Says it could. Ingredients are extremely expensive process. Yeah. Triple grind them or whatever, but you never say never. So yeah, we'll see but just one answer that yeah, we thought about it on the road. What we should do is just to create a reusable packet that we saw on the website and people can make their own. Reasonable squeezy back. Yeah. That's a good idea. There you go. Somebody WanNa do that for us. So He Okay. For Fun. Hypothetical writing if your significant other and family was told that you were arrested, what would they guess happened Okay I knew this one for you. What do you want I read this question I would. If I was if somebody told me, you were arrested I would have assumed it was at a protest of some kind. Oh, I would think that I would be arrested from. You you you would be around with that. I mean, that's a really good wait could have got arrested at a protest I can I can. I can still do that. I was GONNA say losing my shit at somebody like going from zero to hundred really quickly who who wronged me or my kids somehow and then punching them and getting arrested. ooh Wow punching. Possible somebody shared this meeting with me today that was like I go from zero to prison in like five seconds. And they don't really think that that would happen very often but I could I could foresee a scenario where I lost my temper. And rightfully. So to someone who problem and then get in trouble for it. THAT GRAFFITI I'm just kidding what about you? What would you get arrested for? No I think the question is, is if your significant other family was told, you were arrested what would they guests happen? So like what would you guess? That I would be arrested for if you were told. That you arrest. Gosh I mean probably like. I don't. I can't see you ever getting arrested. I'm just to go I'm like to see I'm not a rule breaker. I mean it would have to be something you did accidentally. I would think like speeding or something like maliciously endangerment like speeding over ninety. Yeah. But like maybe I don't know like. Out fear rest for like being delinquent on your registration bags or something or. Kids and then you'd be arrested. That's my answer. Okay. There you go. I'm not going to tell the story, but I have a story that that happened. So, yeah I'll tell I'll tell you one of these podcasts. Okay, last tasty bike question come other real last AC a question. On recent run my partner and I spotted another couple jogging who were dot dot holding hands bold. After some. WAS IT Dongling? We realized. That, they were none other than a pro runner couple that lives in our area of what? Is this some sort of secret pro training method that's been under wraps for years should we all be running while holding hands with a trading partner the people? I feel like this is just they were just showing off. This is like the the athlete the broke the record for a mile dribbling a basketball. It's just like. Running is just easy for me now. So I'M GONNA. Run while holding hands. Yeah that's true. Maybe they were just overcome by love or maybe they were going through something i. think they were probably showing off to it would be it's actually interesting to think about like. Doing like A. Eight Mile Temple run or something while holding hands and like. For Two people running a mile holding hands. That's a good question. I. Don't know. Don't say don't say anything about it. Let's go do it. Mile Record. Japan for that long. Run. Anyway. So I would be slowing down he should find a different partner for this one. Making any cutting comments about my coffee cups? Exactly. Okay. Well, we just were on track to not have a stupidly long podcast. Okay Toe should we take a quick break? Why go to the bathroom? We. No I guess not here we go. I don't even know what our bake break would be. We can sing a song. Go ahead. Nam Good. Your way to look at. Okay No Dedi is flat out awake. Spread Eagle Spread eagling the video monitor nobody can see this. So this is boring. Asleep. It's nine fifteen. She has her second day of Preschool, tomorrow, this is going to be. Really Well meat and potatoes all read the first one. Sound good. I mean incoming freshmen walking onto d one cross country team know for a fact from stocking my teammates Strada. That I'll get dropped on every run whether it's an easy run or tempo day I. Don't know how I should conduct myself. Once I get to practice with them because I know my easy days have to be easy. Otherwise, I won't survive the training I can't go all out in the workouts to keep up. If I want to have enough for the end of the week. I, want to show them up for anything. Then I'm not afraid of getting into the mix that I'm not afraid of keeping up with my teammates but I'm just afraid of the toll my body may take if I just go all in. How do I make a good impression without digging myself into a physiological whole? I think they thought they were getting different athlete when they saw my PR's I guess I treated a much lower intensity than most athletes performance level. Thanks in advance. Love the POD. well, good news. There's a global pandemic, and I probably don't get to train with anyone for a while. Although there. Actually write some programs are. Okay. So here's the thing I couldn't keep up on runs or workouts when I jumped in the Stanford team, my peers are really strong, but I trained to lower intensity level than a lot of athletes did not all but like the you know some of the other incoming freshmen relief kind of burned on every training run. And so I think it's good that you're asking this question preparing yourself mentally for it because you really do. Need to do what's best for you, and that answer is actually the same whether you're a walk on or a top recruit or professional or recreational runner trying to train with other people. Develop the confidence as early as you can to say, I'm on my own path. The most important way for me to have long-term improvement is to stay healthy. and to build consistency, and if you can do that. You. Will Bridge the gap with your teammates over the course of the next couple years if you. Get swept up in it and try to keep up in a pace. Consistently, that is not your own beyond your fitness level. These things you described will happen, but the things you describe our short term problems what you really need what I think will really give you the courage to look out for your own needs and do it's right for you is the long term picture, which is that you want to log month after month after month of consistency whatever that looks like for you, and then you will get to where you WANNA go. and. Don't let any like comparison or insecurity take that away from you because you really are on your own path of improvement you have so much improvement ahead of you. You're an incoming freshman. You just have like years you have at least fifteen years minimum of improvement ahead of you. So the way, you could make a good impression without digging yourself into a physiological whole is to walk in with that kind of confidence and to choose your days wisely so I would say. Plan to do your easy runs your own pace, you'll probably end up giving someone else the courage to run with you, which is what they probably should be doing anyway. So prioritize your days next thing. Pick. One Workout Where you're gonNA play around with pushing yourself. Where you can show your toughness you can try to run with somebody like that. You feel as a step ahead of you or whatever. Yeah I'm pushing the envelope if you're doing now like once a week to start, you're not gonNA dig yourself in a giant hole right and and my recommendation would be to save like to try to do the second half of the workout that way. Versus the first half of the workout that way as you're building strength, endurance and confidence, and then the other days just try to lead by example of what it looks like to do. It's the best thing for you within the matter of twelve weeks you're gonNA improve so much I mean it's going to be remarkable and you'll start noticing teammates getting injured teammates getting benched because of. Getting swept up in what they shouldn't be doing you know I mean running is a sport. Competitive Running is the sport of attrition. Really. So you just gotTa stay in the game. That's my advice. Awesome. Yeah I don't have a lot to add the I will just say my experience in college was very much like this like. I was a good. A good high school runner I was recruited to go to. Stanford. But I was definitely not. did not have the PR's even and certainly not the training volume and intensity under my belt that most of my. Teammates did pretty much all of my teammates. And I got sucked in because of my general competitiveness and just lack of knowledge at that point in my life to. Running way too hard way too often with my teammates because I was competitive and didn't know any better and I. Yeah and I thought that in order for me to be faster and was just to be tough and run with them every day and you know destroy myself in the workouts and on the. In on the training room CELLCOM and it's super common and the thing that saved me. was when I or the time of of my career when I realized this was happening because I started see benefits of not doing it was when I was became a a steeplechaser. I was pretty much the only steeplechaser on the team and because of that, I, kind of had a little bit of my own workout schedule. So. I would do some of the workouts with the the Five K and ten K guys in the fifteen hundred guys and then I would do and then kind of do some of the work out on my own and then as a result of that I got. Basically the opportunity to more do more easy runs by myself. And I just ran them a lot easier and I ended up improving dramatically not only in the steeplechase also in the five K and ten k like I just ran the best I've ever run and so that would be an and the reason I pulled. This question was not only because we have d one cross country or whatever is going to is or is not going to happen during the during the fall but I think it's just an important. Thing for people to realize if anybody that's training with other people or even not even just trying to keep up with a workout regimen like just listening to yourself and making sure that you're doing what's best for us is super important. So cool. Sweet. So cool. Okay. The answer. Sweet. Okay. This question is for Jessie I've heard Lauren talk many times about intuitive eating and how important it is to tune into our bodies physiological needs. However, like you have described yourself I'm a person who seems to lose all control when I'm eating something delicious like a bowl of 'em's I've been injured for two years and of gained significant weight due to my emotional eating habits. How do you intuitively eat a someone who struggles to quote just have a few of something that tastes so good. I don't have I. I. Don't have the answer to this I. Think it varies for every person. I think that. Talking with a professional as we've talked about many times is really important I have. Have talked with a professional about. My eating. Problems before in my life but. Purge of my Miami Basically that I had in in college for a little bit after, but it's been a really long time. So I think that's always number one is if you you know finding professional talk to is the is the number one thing. and. Then I think the other thing that I have mentioned I think on this podcast is. The way that I personally. View this in my brain even though I don't feel like I have those same problems to a certain extent anymore I think you're it's kind of like, but it's kind of like an alcoholic I think you're always if once you have like an eating issue, you're kind of always like a recovering you know like person you're always recovering from that kind of indefinitely. In. I have talked about this before, but I I. Try to think about if my brain is hungry or my stomach is hungry. And it's a really weird logical way to look at it but I try to like pause myself. In. Just. I, guess remove my self from My. Brain and body to a certain extent and just try to. Analyze, why is it that I'm feeling? These urges you know to to eat like to continue to eat you know super sugary foods or whatever you mentioned boulevard. That's part of the reason I pull that as because like peanut eminem have have literally been like you know I'm pretty sure they put addictive drugs and my mom cry because it's just Something that you know there's some things that just like it's just not worth having a two pound bag of something in the house around that is that. Hard to stop eating when you know and so if I really want some I get a small packet of them. The entire bag. So whatever size it is. So it's kind of like Some of it is is like strategic buying and Buzney I totally agree with that idea of talking to a psychologist psychologist can help you suss out what is under the underlying View. The urge to. To Soothe yourself with this food. And Food in general or whatever it is and help you develop some tools to exactly see pause and interpersonal curious and yeah, h yeah. Does underlying circumstance. Very. Different and you know some of it could be. Biological psychological hormonal like there's a lot of factors. But I think that a definite first step that is likely to get you some positive results, not just with the EMINEM's. But just in life is talking to professional psychologist about it know I agree the only thing the only other thing I'll say is this like trying? My Best to disassociate like the. This. Like Immediate guilt. Would just so weird and we've talked about this to like a lot because it's it's really like what we strive for even in our company, which is not having like having a positive relationship with food right and trying to eat. To a certain extent free of guilt because that allows you to have more positive sustainable healthy relationships with food and so like I think a lot of when I think back on my days when it was worse, it was like this. It was the guilt around like I shouldn't have any EMINEM's and then as soon as I have some. Feeling into this guilt. And the shame, and so if you can. Eradicate that guilt around a handful or even a couple of handfuls or whatever like yeah. Like on the thing and then you can kind of. Yeah. You you're. You're you're you. It doesn't snowball in your brain and so I think that that's that's that's the way that and then the kind of intuitive eating you know thing about my brain and my so that's that's how I view it now or I'm just like you know because I still have these historical things in my head were ice cream or whatever I'm like you know but I want some and then I'm like, okay but it's okay you know and then and then I know that it's not it's not like snowballing into something meeting like the top of it but I assume you do that where you'll have a bowl of ice cream like a average sized bowl and you'll be like get the little crazed look. You I eat the entire cardinals. Mudslides good I. mean literally said. Dole cardinal do you though do you really wouldn't? Yeah. But anyway, just one more comment about this. You were talking about guilt or shame and. You mentioned person who wrote in that you have been injured for two years and have gained significant weight and I would just say like. Just to anyone listening you know to you directly. It's okay for your body to change. Yeah, it is okay. You know and and it's really I. Think it's really important to give yourself some grace you're doing the best you can, and it's okay for our bodies to change and they're going to change in response to our. Our. Health exercise levels, our age our hormones like all these things and so you know I would just encourage you and again, professional help can help with this if it to not get down the road of feeling ashamed of your body changing during this time or anything like that like if there's a way that you can find the support you need to feel. Like. Okay with where you are right now and each day is a new day to start again and the expectation is never professionalism. It's just you know it's just it's a new fresh day you know yeah. So and we get to get to do that every day. You know really any minute we want we get to start fresh. Love it. Okay. Okay. Number three after you had discussions around allowing Jesse to focus on triathlon and take on less parenting responsibility did lauren ever ask you to sacrifice training to take on parenting responsibility? Despite just having that conversation. I ask because my wife and I have similar conversations around supporting each other towards athletics pursuits such as being gracious with one person being gone for long runs on the weekends. However, simultaneously, she asked me to do things which hinder the aforementioned. Athletic pursuits pursuits such as go to social gathering and not let me sleep, slash recover, and gets when I mentioned allowing me to sleep as as as as part of supporting training. I suppose it's easier to be defensive over your sleep when you're a professional athlete is opposed to recreational one but I find it a bit duplicitous at times. Thanks for your thoughts I mean this is a tough one. I don't feel like I have really enough in. I think that. It sounds like y'all need to have some more conversations. Yeah I. think that's it. I think like if. Support I want you to have the kids while I go on my long run for four hours. Also means I also need you to be home by eight thirty. So I can go to sleep here at eight thirty well. I don't know. I. Mean there needs to be some balance there. Yeah or you know or not. Clear if your partner needs the social stimulation, maybe there's there's a way to start that conversation of like I really want you to have the social time with your friends. It's really important to you. Is there a way we can work it into the week? On a day that the sleep isn't as critical. Or do I need to be part of the social thing this one or this one time timer Is. Also participating in the social thing. Yeah. You can go home at different times to. Something Jesse and I do a lot. A lot of our friends do who are not professional athletes but they care about their. Endurance pursuits. And it's not cool of someone always goes home early but you know I think it's important to. Have it be okay to look out for what you need in balanced that with showing up for each other. And like we said many times before to You know you might. Ask for more during this time specific time. But make sure that you've communicated to your partner the end of that time alley for the next six week. Blah the next six weeks. So I want to be able to do my long run and ideally I want to be. In bed at six PM. Thing that everybody's seen, and so you know and that's okay for you know. But just make sure that there's like a definitive deadline there to a certain extent I mean Lauren is kind of. Asking you know it's not that extreme but asking me to do that same thing right now because she's She has two months ish where she's not. She has a much less significant coaching obligations. So she's really going to try to take two months as like a sprint for her book to like try to get a big chunk of the book done in and in order to do that, she's asking me to be like, Hey, can I go away during the week? So I can really focus on the book and I'm like, yeah, that's cool. It's a lot easier for me to do that. Well, having kind of already asked the same thing during my on career but also because I know it's like wins the deadline and yeah. Yeah, exactly. So So I think those are the important things to talk about. Great. Question. My husband and I are proud parents of to elementary school age children are son aged nine has already shown a particular interest and competence in competitive sport. I'm curious to know how you might approach parenting a child with athletic talent and aspiration and giving your family genetics. Imagine you may currently be or will soon find yourselves in a similar situation. What are the best things you can do? What are the best things we can do to support our son? Are there certain boundaries we need to consider? Do you have particular memories from your childhood to share examples? Great we've talked a little bit about this before I mean, my my suggestions are. You know keep diversity of activity in there. I do not. I have never seen evidence that would ever make me lean towards specialization of the young age I know people disagree on that and there's some sports where if you really really really want that college scholarship you really really really. You know things really lean in the direction early specialization and that's fine and there are examples of success with. But what we have seen the the data that we have been presented shows. More. Often longterm success starts with diversity and Sport Yep and happiness. Mental health of athletes were learning a lot more about it and you know I just ask myself like why do I want my kids to do sports I want it to be added to their life I want them to have mental health benefits and physical benefits from it. They don't actually have to be exceptional to get those. And so it really takes the pressure off of me to figure out how to optimize. Their chances of being excellent and just kind of go you know what? If they've got it. They've got it. If and if they want if they want other thought that talent, they will get it. Yeah everywhere you look you find examples of people who and and I think that there's a very natural urge to walk to help our kids have the best chance of fulfilling their talent and You know I only have a seven year old right now and So I'm I'm sure the pressures will build. And it will be something I'll be dealing with, but the from where I'm sitting right now I really want to encourage. Participation in multiple sports for as long as possible and really make sure that it's their thing and that they are like feeling that they have autonomy in an ownership over it, I really don't recommend. Stepping on coaches, toes, micromanaging coaches especially at the younger ages. That's something that I've heard from quite a few coach friends who work with kids. It's just like. That's that's a common problem as parents to optimize performance and not letting them coach and so you know. That's something that I. Yeah. That's where you believe good ice. Yeah. I agree with everything Lawrence at obviously an the only thing I'll just share is like you know we're we're a data set of two. Yep and so you know the take that for what it's worth but both Lauren and I found found. The sports that we were most successful in on our own, and it was our own Dr and interest in the sport that perpetuated our success. There I, guess you know in in in talent obviously but like but we were neither of us had parents that were pushing us into the sports at by any. headset. But habit supported our. Natural drive interest into it and so that so that so I guess that's what. I. In hearing your question you know I think like with when I think about Jud Hoop to be honest has not shown like a lot of significant interest in any particular sport yet the the little things that he has we've tried to be supportive of provide him with like basic. Opportunity and whatever to do that but but we're I've been really cognizant. To not be trying to push him into one thing or another and But I think if you have a kid that has that has shown. Aspiration that just make sure that they're driving the bus. Totally. particularly myself yeah. Kind of being like you got to do some kind of sport. Yeah. Some kind of physical activity to. Kind of pick what it is. And being really flexible with that is dance rock climbing whatever's available and appropriate there's some sports I'm. Probably going to be. Super into doing sure for various reasons like trying to balance like what does that mean for our lifestyle? How many road trips are we going to have to go on to support that? What will our life as a family look like if that's the sport of choice like I'd have to be really convinced by my kid to do something like that but Yeah. So That's it. Oh, I would recommend the book range by David Epstein. Yeah. I think any person who's curious about this? There it the book opens with the Sports Story. And and then brings the theme of the book, which is how generalists will triumph in specialized world or how they do in all kinds of different industries on. But sports is Kinda shows up throughout the book and it's a really great book. Awesome. Okay follow up SWU Hello Lauren and Jesse is to follow up on episode seventy seven wearing you answered a very critical question. Should I ask my partner to move in together as usual? You gave amazing and also hilarious relationship advice which resulted in a highly favorable outcome, my partner and I moved into our new apartment two weeks ago. Or whenever this was written two weeks around this is. Sometimes, four times just kidding and it's near all the best trails plus has tons of space for all my picky bars. So he couldn't be happy who thank you for always steering us in the right direction throwback to my first question episode forty, seven with great tact and humor one day I'll tell him that all our major relationship milestones were largely influenced as influenced by PODCAST. But maybe not. As Yeah. Apparently I appreciate work play. Love Very, very much. So thanks a million for keeping cookie. This update's probably year old. So will you let us know how how's it going now? Yeah I mean. If if it's really like you guys really sucked everything and it'll be a nightmare I, probably won't you pull it anyway only show happy wants smell. I've I've followed I've I've had. That we give out advice. Here's a follow up from our last episode on the girlfriend who doesn't care about exercise and nutrition I also have this issue with my husband, the first year or so of our relationship, it really bothered me in a judge him vocally and silently for it five years later I realized he's completely fine. The way he is and it's a waste of my time and energy. Worrying about it he's supportive of my time and concern with exercise and always happy to watch our kids while I get into run because he knows how important it is to me, and also that it'll be much nicer person to be around if I get that time. So if there are plenty of other reasons, you love this person don't try to change her figure out how to let it go. To advice. Cool Advice full up to episode seventy, nine and eighty on team Jesse for picky owed servings needing to be bigger. I consistently three or four cups servings in I'm already ready for a snack two and a half hours later I have a fast metabolism but at least I know I'm not alone. Okay. Three Quarter Cup serving is not a salad bowl full of oats like Jesse does but I'll give you credit. Okay. Yeah. We actually most of the most of the response we've got has been to decrease this. Yeah exactly Re The real follow up here is episode eighty re the person considering starting therapy as a therapist myself. I'll just add a bit to learn and Jesse's invites which was great I agree that it's totally fine for you to express your thoughts and questions of front therapists trained to be supportive, open minded, and help you explore your goals over time. Also add this some therapists say on their profiles. On psychology today, for example, which is a great resource that they provide both long and short term therapy. Sometimes, short-term folks may phrase their work as solution focused or brief therapy, and it sounds like you might be a bit more interested in insight based humanistic or lawn long-term approach. Regardless, therapy is all about the process and finding good connection with your therapist should mean the in good hands for the journey. Best of luck. Thank you for that professional advice. Good follow ups. Good questions. That was that was actually fun Lauren Way to go I thought we did it and we were very reasonable on time I, think you've stopped talking right now we'll get. Say I just WANNA say. No I. Just need to say that You can submit questions of picky bars, dot com slash work play lory. You can find you can find the things there or you can You can do, oh you or you can enter you can email it. Why do you work? Calm what it doesn't matter. You get to be the boss of you. Why do I say that because I don't like getting the emails getting emails so People to do because I'm a pleaser lauren that's what I do. I don't want I. Don't want people. I want people to be happy. Pleaser for me. But we appreciate we're sorry we haven't been able to do as many podcast, but we're GonNa, we're actually going to promise that we're going to do a whole bunch more You know or increase the frequency but maybe we will we'll see what happens. We'll see what happens. Let us know what you think. Yeah. Thanks. And share it, share it when you get it. So we know that you're out there. Listening. Thanks. Bye Bye.

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DTNS 3370 - Making A Chicken Out Of A Feather

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DTNS 3370 - Making A Chicken Out Of A Feather

"Thanks. Everybody who supports daily tech news shoe directly to find out more head to daily tech new show dot com. Slash supports. This is the daily tech news for Tuesday, September eighteenth twenty eighteen in Los Angeles. I'm John merit and from a studio that's more like a zoo. I'm Sarah lane. Oh, I noticed you were scooter lane yesterday with the jury, and today you're you're, Sarah. Why does jury get this special treatment that I don't. Neagle eyars doesn't he? Well from a dark place in Finland, which the entirety Finland is dark. I'm Patrick Beja and. The LA metropolis. I'm another day. Martin are discord suggests the Zuhdi. Oh, Sarah. About those. We do have the smartest audience Daryl. Yeah. Yeah. Well, we're going to talk about Google and how they just take stuff away once you get used to it. But let's start with a few things you should know. Well, if you watch the words last night, we were talking about this in the pre show for the first time ever streaming service. And that's not flex tied for most. EMMY wins Monday night HBO shared the top honors. They both had twenty three wins each Amazon also collected ADA words including best comedy for the marvelous MRs Mazel at one feel words last night and Hulu. So come for. Marvelous May's MRs Mazel is indeed marvelous. I recommend you watch the hood. No Nissan, Nissan. Mitsubishi alliance has agreed to a multi-year deal with Google used vehicles with Android infotainment systems beginning in twenty twenty one. The system would have Google play store available in dash, be combined with the carmakers intelligent clown end be compatible with non Android phones. I'm not going to lie. I made sure I gave that headline to Patrick so that someone could properly say Renault. Glenn? No, you mean yes, that that is right Qualcomm. And apple began a second trial with the US International Trade Commission. Yes. This is trial number two separate from the other. One got other court cases to boot as well. Qualcomm is asking the to ban some iphone models from import for patent violations relating to how Intel modem chips handle radio signals in the iphone and one relating to how Apple's own processor handle sleep mode. The previous case between Qualcomm and apple related to battery management and also some other functions of the modem. All right. Let's talk a little bit more about Twitter doing something people wanted for once Twitter is now allowing users to unchecked the settings books reading show the best tweets. I which reverts your time line to a non Albert make reverse chronological order. The company introduced a default algorithm algorithm model in early twenty sixteen Twitter says, it's been planning this update for some time based on us. Their feedback and is working on even easier way. I apologize on an easier way to switch between relevant and chronological views. Okay, I, I will play the part of the ungrateful Twitter user now. Great. How about edible tweets instead also, can you maintain tweet deck may maybe too. Okay. I'm sure there's more, but there are. I think at eating that we. For twenty bucks when I use. I mean, this is this is something that I think everyone thinks they want, but actually they don't, but they think they wanted so much that I really don't understand why Twitter doesn't have an easy way of choosing between chronological and algorithm and just default while it make if you want to. But giving that option really doesn't seem like a big technological challenge. And I don't understand why neither them nor Facebook, actually or Rieti one that implements it make displays enables it seems like a no brainer. Well, Facebook has been, I gave up on Facebook being chronological in any sense along time ago. The fact that Twitter is at least giving people on option greats. This is part of the reason that I have not used web Twitter since they introduced the rhythm. Part of it is because I wanna see ads either. And I also like tweet bought, and I've been supporting this third party software company for some time, so so it's a little bit more complicated, but. I found Twitter. It was sort of like a landmine of uselessness because I'm so used to everything being chronological because I prefer to be a news source now not everybody heels the same way, and it's nice that Twitter is now offering the the, at least the option. There was some talk on the internet that this was due to somebody tweeting that you could mute certain key words and kind of get around the algorithm. And Twitter said, we've been thinking about doing this for a long time, so that's not the reason that we did it. We didn't do it just to be reactionary to somebody complaining about this or or are figuring work around, but it's it's nice to have the choice. Affect the I, how could you not be happy about that? I get what Twitter saying about having this as a setting is not optimal, and they've been taking a long time because they want to get it right. They wanna roll it out in a way. That makes sense. And so they're doing a lot of testing and being careful. Everybody's like, why don't you just do it and then when Twitter or Facebook or anybody else just does it, they're like, why did you do it that way? Why didn't you test it more? Tell us about it earlier. So in a sense nobody can ever get it right, but I agree with you, Patrick. I think what you want is a total or something that says, let me see what it's like in chronological order when I want to. Because most of the time, I think the algorithms just fine personally. Well, I mean that's exactly what they're offering. No, they're making putting in settings. I wanna talk like right on the interface page. It says like, oh, let me just click that real quick and see what it looks like chronological. Oh, that's it. Okay. Great. Let me go right back. Well, Twitter, you have work yet to do Mozilla released version. One point. Oh, fire, FOX reality, which is. A web browser built for standalone virtual reality and a our headsets fire. FOX reality is now available in the vibe, Oculus and daydream apps stores. Mazzola I work on the open source browser back in April. They've been working on this for a little bit of some time. At least publicly users can adjust things like screen size or brightness of screens. It can choose an environment for the browser. And Mozilla says upcoming features include support for bookmarks, three hundred sixty degree videos and accounts. I, you know, God bless. Thank thank God. They're here. But I'm not sure this is going to like the world on fire. We need a web browser designed for VR. I think that is a good thing. But yeah, it's it's more a question of do enough. People use VR for this to like the world on fire, but if you use VR, I think this is a great thing as someone who has an go. I can't wait to try to. I mean, do you. Yes. But do you really wanna use the are to browse the web? I don't know until someone tries to make decent browser, maybe I do right. Maybe we were talking about the way that we all type differently. The other day and Mazola said in many situations, having keyboard accesses okay for some folks. But when you're in a VR environment, it's not very, hopefully need. You need a lot of a spoken commands and do you want to be in a browser that is, you know, completely black surrounded you maybe especially during the, you know, that sort of thing. So there's all sorts of reimagining of browser. Worlds that, yeah, as you mentioned, Tom, I don't think we know what that is. So. Yet, I want virtual reality websites and I don't. I don't want to surf the tutti web and in VR so much as have a browser that is working so that people will make virtual reality experiences on the web, and I don't have to download an app for every experience. Google announced it will give up some control over how the accelerated mobile pages or amp project is managed. Google launched amp saying it would be part of the open web, but a lot of web developers think that's not really the case. So amp will no longer have all its final decisions made by Google employee, multi Ubale instead amply governed by technical steering committee, an advisory committee and working groups all containing non Google employees alongside some Google employees. Of course, the advisory committee already has members from the Washington Post alley express, EBay, cloudflare, and WordPress maker. Automatic Google has also been working with the w three c separately to create a standard for exhilarated webpages that amp could comply with, but would not be the same as amp. So they're really trying to say, no, we really wanna do open source and open standards, correct. I almost want us not to need amp. I understand a reason for it, but there is, you know, a t to the idea that you are going to get because basically what that means is formalization of what is already the case, which is different web on a desktop and on a smartphone. I mean, stop to, you can have appetite. You can have an pages load on the desktop. I do all, but that's not what they're designed for. No, it's not like they're separated. Right, right. Yeah. I mean, anyway, this is a different thing. It's good that if I think if Google wants to become a defacto standard, they need to do this and they wanted to become a defacto standard because they want more people to be able to surf the web more efficiently, which is always being the motivation for, you know, eighty percent of what they do. So this is a logic. Move. It wasn't very open web issue before now. It probably is before agreed. Instagram's explore is getting a personalized shopping channel to let users discover items for purchase and then checking out on the merchants website. Instagram is also expanding its shopping tags for Instagram stories too old, yours worldwide after and leading brands in forty six countries as the shopping bag icon, two stories that users can click through to by what they saw. Got Pinterest. You know, we knew that this was happening. I don't. I haven't bought anything yet. This is this is news as far as the puck that I'm seeing. Anyway. Agree pages is the key here, right? It's it's it's having a whole shopping section where you can just go and like get your retail therapy. So to speak. Okay. So when Instagram I introduced ads, you know, I was like, hide, add, hide. Atta was really good about that for well. And I was like, they're never stopping. I just just do my best to ignore them. I, I do pretty good job of not looking at ads every once in a while. Something gets me where I'm like, ooh, that's a beautiful shot of living room with. That's not, but but but I I'm not. I'm not buying anything on Instagram. However, if I was following, oh, let's say a really cool interior designer who had. Regular items that were in his or her stories that were actually ability to me, Tom move into a new house that you can think of lots of reasons where this would be like all the time, but but if it's a more seamless experience and they're going to be anyway, then sure if you wanna buy something, but this is why I wanted to emphasize the shopping section because this isn't about ads. This is about people. I'm following selling me stuff, or I will decide to go to the shopping six section and and look for things to buy rather than having it pushed to me in my feet. I think that's that's the bigger difference here. Well, they're offering both. The doesn't really change the ads so much. It's it's it's saying like, hey, folks who liked to shop, Instagram. We're gonna make an even easier. Sure, but that's an ad. Well, okay. When you say at, I'm thinking the thing that shows up as a picture in my Instagram feed. Right? That's not really changing. Right the the, the checkout, I guess, might get a little faster on those, but there's nothing changing their what does changing is in my Instagram story from the person I actually follow. I can click through and via thing because I follow the architect like you're saying or I. And again, the thing that I think is most significant is I can now go into a tab called shopping specifically because I wanna look at the catalog and buy stuff. Yeah. I mean, hey, give it give it its own tab. Great. They wanna buy stuff, making it easier. You're like, I don't wanna shop on Instagram, right? Not no, but I don't jump interesting. Yeah. It feels like this is a play to, as you mentioned in the beginning, this is basically going for the now that they essentially killed the momentum of sap chat that they're turning their gaze onto a Pinterest and thinking, how can we kill them now? So that's also turn turn a buck to. Right. 'cause they're going to, of course. And I'm guessing I'm guessing a lot of creators that are big on Instagram or very happy with this because they can get a commission, I'm sure on stuff. CNBC that Amazon plans to release at least eight new voice assistant power devices before the end of the year, including a microwave oven, an amplifier, a receiver, a sub woofer, an in-car gadgets, some kinds anonymous sources, but all the devices may connect to Amazon voice control, and some reportedly we'll have it built in as well. Basically the difference between a light bulb that you could tell your echo control versus an Amazon echo itself. Amazon's expected to announce the devices at an event later this month. I'm guessing the total guessing, but like the app, the receiver in the subway for would be like a Sonos where you can tell your well actually Sonos has Amazon voice services built in. So maybe that's a bad example. But these are Amazon made. So they're similar to the stuff that's already out there like Sonos, but they're going to be made by Amazon. Some of them will tell your echo, hey, Tele microwave, oven set itself for two minutes, right? But you wouldn't be able to talk directly to the oven, let's say, but then you could talk directly to the amp or to the car. This is such an Amazon approach such an Emma's on approach or all right. We have something good. Where else can you put it? Can we put it in the in the car, right, let's do it. Patrick. Everybody's been making all of these products already. It's just Amazon's like, oh, those seem to be doing well, let's make them ourselves, right. But if you think of the other big tech companies companies like Google or apple or even they seem a lot more deliberate and considerate in the way they introduced new products. Amazon has to be everywhere and try everything and see what sticks. I think it's a slightly different approach. I do think that the voice controlling world that many of us have become more used to. A couple of years ago, if you would've said a microwave oven, you can tell to set for one minute. I'd be like, no one wants that I'm still and now I'm Mike. I want through. Okay. I like sitting around in the kitchen being like if only I could talk my microwave oven, but. If I had to walk across the room and you know, batons I'd think of. Having the echo, tell me like, hey, your microwave is done right case. You didn't hear beeping or something like that. Well, no. I mean, that's that's something with my Vala oven. It's in the other room. I don't always hear the beep, but my app goes off. Right? So having having the echo, you know, tell you like, oh, you're sandwiches ready that that would be. Oh. I thought that would be the least controversial thing. I've said all day. You guys seem to think it's the dumbest thing. I mean, I think it's why not, but also I think you hear the beep. It's one of those things where I think it's getting put into something you don't really need it for the, but maybe I'm wrong. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe we live in different size places. Well, I also dislike the I've sorry, I, I understand. We're not from the same state. Can't hear. Into the parlor. Sometimes I'm like, got music playing or whatever. I don't know. He's never had the problem. I'm sorry. I have. I understand what you're saying. I just think it's not gonna get a lot of us for this, but you know. Got a file your fire phone or more, you know, a fire TV. We don't know. I would say EV by phone, but maybe it's more fire. I've been wanting to create a regular segment called your so smart where we get our listeners who are waste martyr than us to write it and tell us things that they are part about what's that said, excuse you. Smarter than me release have can give us great examples of why some mart home device that we made up using is really microwave oven amp receiver, sub woofer in-car gadget feedback, daily tech news show dot com to tell us why they would be useful. We already covered the sprint of why they wouldn't be. We don't necessarily hear about that party, hey, folks. If you want to get all the tech headlines each day in about five minutes, be sure to subscribe to daily tech headlines dot com. So you tubes retiring, it's gaming up. It's been around since twenty fifteen. It's lasted a lot longer than other Google YouTube Pretty's, but it's going away sometime next spring. I'm not sure March April. They haven't quite decided yet. It's features are supposed to all come to the YouTube app. So the idea is not that they're getting rid of you to gaming, but they're just going to fold it back into the YouTube Apso thing like game pages, livestream gaming from your phone, they say, we're gonna figure that out. We're going to give you an option for that. Somehow. Things like super chat channel memberships are already in the YouTube app. So that's they're already moving in that direction and YouTube director of gaming content told tech crunch. We have two hundred million people that are logged in watching gaming content every single day, two hundred million and the majority of them quite frankly, are just not using the YouTube gaming app for the gaming experience. They're just watching on the regular YouTube up. In fact, over the last year more than fifty billion hours of gaming content has been watched and YouTube has over five. Hundred thousand quarterly, active, live gaming streamers and tech crunch cited sensor tower, showing that there are eleven million total users of the two gaming app. That doesn't mean they're daily active users, but lovingly and told her total, and they consistently continue to install the app across IOS and Android, although eleven million total out of two hundred million logged in, tells you something right there. They're also going to be launching YouTube dot com slash gaming. So you can go straight to all the gaming content that's launched in the US with a global rollout to follow. Yeah. So there's a lot to impact here. First of all, Levin million out of two hundred million logged in every day in Levin. Billion is total mother, stalled and million logged in every day. So the right threats? Yeah, that's the it's not even eleven million logged in. It's less number lesser number than eleven billion logged in. So a small percentage, small percentage. I think a lot of people installed the app and then promptly never used it again. At least that's the NFL evidence I have on my. And that seems to be what you saying as well. Yeah, exactly. And I think a lot of people are taking this to mean YouTube is retiring YouTube gaming, and as you explain it is absolutely not the case. It could not be farther from the case. YouTube is very much a gaming destination for prerecorded of videos. And the interesting number that we have for streamers. Is the one that I think should be noted. They say YouTube has over five hundred thousand quarter quarterly, actively gaming, streamers, quarterly, nets, sprint one ever talks. No one ever talks quarter. So I think the reading interesting part here is YouTube launch YouTube gaming at the same time, maybe in a bid to try and make game streaming happen in an effort to take away some of twitches thunder. And it seems they haven't really succeeded to be fair. No one has really succeeded. Facebook is drawing the same thing, but the gaming community is very squarely a set on using twitch for life streaming on the other hand, twitches also not seemingly not making headway in or not even really trying to the destination for prerecorded content beyond the archives of the streets. So it's interesting to see that we have these two different properties where gaming is incredibly important on both, but they each have their function. And for some reason, people don't. Want to use either for the purpose that they weren't primarily designed for. I'm not sure exactly why, but I exhibit the same behavior. I never go. Never go to YouTube for game streaming. There might be Vince I'm gonna watch but not game streaming. I always go to twitch and vice versa. But gaming is still an immense part of YouTube. It's the first, you know the top one category of videos period, and I would still very big. I think that's what YouTube is discovered is, oh, we have a successful gaming salute we. We had a successful game community already trying to create a twitch competitor called YouTube gaming. Just sort of irrelevant to most. People are like, well, that YouTube, I'll just watch it on YouTube if they were going to take on twitch. It might have been smarter might have been dumber to create a separate brand that was called, you know, thumbs are something and and integrate it with you too. But. It really of Bill it as twitch competitor like a young upstart. I think you would have people install it and use it directly rather than calling YouTube gaming in which people like, oh, it's on YouTube on just launch you to like when you searched for you to gaming YouTube, the app comes up and you probably end up just hitting that anyway, and it's mostly just as good if you're gonna you do everything through search. So yes, it's good to have a game page that's dedicated to the game you want to see. But if you search for the video, the title of the video wanna see, you're gonna get it anyway. I it, as you said the gaming portion of the app or while the entire app is gonna be ported over to the main YouTube app. So it's still come live in there. So essentially, we're kind of making a chicken out of a feather. I think it's a Swedish saying. We're making chicken out of a feather because it this really doesn't mean anything other than literally the YouTube gaming app is going away. I think it's resonated with people because YouTube is in the habit of taking things away that people like or that some people like in this case, it's something that people didn't really let get. I think you're absolutely right. But all I can think of now is I'm never going to say mountain out of a molehill ever. Again, it's chicken feather from here on that. I approve that was lovely. Also lovely, everyone who participates in our sub ready. You could submit stories and vote on them daily. Technicial dot, ready dot com. We're also on Facebook head on over there. Facebook dot com. Slash groups slash daily tech news show. Also, Chris, Chris, and his back with us with some tech to make you better understood when you're overseas, Chris Christensen from amateur traveler with another tech in travel minute. On my last trip to central Europe, I was reviewing a new device called Lango which is available on indigo, not to confuse things, but it is a Puckett translator. We're getting just a little closer to the Babel fish or to the universal translator. This device knows on number of different languages. It has to be connected to a cell system, so you have to either buy through them or have a sim that you can put into it, but it does do translation. It does it pretty well. You just speak a phrase into it. Like Budapest was very beautiful city, and it gives you. And that, of course, is hung Garin because it does a great variety of languages attested with Hungarian and with native Brazilian Portuguese speakers. And it got pretty good reviews, forgiving decent translation and a good accent device again, is Len go, and I'm Chris Christensen from amateur traveler. Yeah. I mean, it's a dedicated device, but it's also a WI fi hotspot, so it's kind of it's kind of a cool thing. I'm glad Chris pointed that out because I would have been lying just get an app, but it's it's got an e in it. Cool thing. Go check it out. Sometimes a dedicated devices, something you need. Also, I'd like to say Kristinsson really seems like more of a professional traveler to me. I, I don't know. Day job, I believe, although no, that's not true anymore. And that was always the thing is as much as he travels, he he still has to. He's still has to keep keep his day tight going. You're right travel quite a bit and he's good at it. Yeah. Maybe he's not getting paid for it, which is amateur, he's he's an Olympic athlete, traveler. All right. Let's check out the Bill back. Let's Tim wrote in and once in a while we'd like to highlight somebody who's who's showing off their gear that's eighteen skier. Tim says, Hello, Tom, Sarah, Roger, and Patrick received migrate DT in at a couple of weeks ago even looks good on old geeks here in the cornfields of northern Illinois. Keep up the great work proud to be a boss and a fan of follower and a friend since the buzz out loud date Mukta MAG. That's awesome. Looking good in that hat brother, real goods, real good? Yeah. If you got Gary, you want us to show off, you know, give him feedback, daily tech news, show dot com. Thanks for being with us, even though it's very dark others and chickens and Finland on what's going on over there, but we're always having to have you what's been going on since we saw you last. Well, listen, first of all, it's very dark here, but you are old my sunshine. Aw. What's going on? Well, so much. How long do I have thirty seconds? All right. It's an EMMY speech, Patrick rapid. Because I've got to take away. So first of all, did it the love. We just recorded episode, cold tales of fatherhood where we talk about being dads. And when I say we have me who's half in France, half in Finland, Matha, who is having friends, half Japan and Bruce who grew up in Zimbabwe and currently is in Scotland, and we talk about having kids and all of it. You know, the announcement, the pregnancy, the the actual delivery, how it went for us in the cultural differences and a bunch of other things. So if you think you might be interested, go check that out. The other thing I would like to recommend is pixels which is show about games. And one of the recent episodes we did was a special on the game, dead cells where I interviewed two of the developers, their French, and they have a loved the accent. It's the show in English between talk about the game, the challenges, it's a huge success. And we also talked about. The company, which is a very weird structure where everyone is essentially a Cosio. They all have the same share of the profits. They all have the same pay. They all have the same decision power and it works. So if you think that would be interesting, go check that out. It's a fitness club and pixels it's available at French spin dot com. Folks without you. This show would just be a feather, but thanks to our patrons. It's a whole chicken into bunch of freaking barnyard village chess. Please, please join in the fun if you haven't already don't be left out in the cold. There's all kinds of cool stuff going on in our discord in our slack and just on patriot self. Check it out. 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How's it going patrick. I'm sitting in a penske truck about to drive to st louis. Oh do indeed Very nice We were just talking with patrick about the joys of discovering the technical difficulties of doing fun things with your friends at something children something that your children are learning right now. I want that conversation and more expanded show. Good day internet become a member at patriot dot com slash dt ns. Let's start with a few things you should know. Xiaomi's latest concept phone has quad curved waterfall display meaning deep eighty degree waterfall curbs on all four sides not just the left and right with no ports or buttons. Because where would you put him. Jammie says this will enable a true port free unibody design although promotional imagery shows that the phones corners are still blank with small rounded cutouts. Ajami rep tells the verge. This concept phone actually does exist. And they've used it themselves. Google delisted and will proactively disable the popular chrome extension. The great suspender. We were just talking about it in an email earlier this week Version seven point. One point eight contains an exploit that could let remote code run without a user's knowledge. Google released an update to chrome eighty eight crow. Mediates update has a fix for a heap overflow memory corruption bug being exploited in the wild. The timing and nature of the bug have led many to assume. This was the exploit used by north korean group to attack security researchers all users are advised to update chrome immediately. Ford's committed to invest an additional seven billion dollars on thomas vehicles and fifteen billion dollars on electric vehicle development through twenty twenty-five building often existing seven billion dollars spent on electric vehicles since two thousand sixteen for the majority of vehicles. It plans to produce. We'll be battery electric but will make some hybrid and plug in hybrid models to google has launched google news showcase in australia. News showcase pays participating news outlets a set monthly fee to feature their content prominently in google. News gives them a lot of wilson bells. And it's very beneficial for everybody. It's available in google news for android ios the web and the discover app on ios. Google is probably using this paid service as leverage as you know. The company has threatened to stop operating altogether in australia. If law on paying for all links to news is passed and so the drama continues row. He'd console principal secretary of the jammu and kashmir government in india said friday that four g internet services were being restored in the entire region. This comes eighteen months after a blackout was imposed to curb the spread of potential backlash over new. Delhi's decision to revoke kashmir's sending a semi autonomous status in august of twenty nineteen. It has been awhile. Gemunu kashmir are home to more than thirteen million people all right. Let's talk a little bit more about transparency when you buy a laptop oh yes. Nvidia now requires any company. Selling a laptop with an r t c x thirty chip inside to disclose specific clock speed stats and total graphics. Power on product pages companies will no longer need to mention max q. That's sometimes used as a shortcut per for performance. Specs are on top again and video. Says that max q now solely used to communicate a fish efficiency features like whisper mode to dynamic boost to an advanced optimus and is therefore optional. Patrick does this surprise and delight you at this point i reserve judgment until seeing how irritating it all gets in the end. How's that for a non. Well you answered and yeah right and in theory you want more information. I mean that's what it sounds like. This is going for and that's good for the consumer. It's always good to have more information. I'm just i'm everybody. I want information from won't make it easy for me to get it and everybody who i don't want to give information to seems to be working on ways to make it harder for me to keep it out of their hands but doing it with language that expresses it in a way that makes it sound like they're preserving my privacy while they're beginning more invasive mostly. I'm just really bitter angry about all this right now. I think this is overall a good thing because instead of having to go like does it. Say max q well. I guess it's as max q must have at least this much performance. Just give me the performance. Just tell me like. Here's the clock speed and nvidia kind of pushing the laptop makers to say. Put this on your on line product pages. I don't see a downside to that. No i don't know. I i also like to apologize. Everyone listening to detain s right now. Because i had to extract myself from a political conversation. I didn't want to be in just before the show. So i'm a little distracted. I'm frustrated by the laptops right now. Have been such a hot mess in the last two or three years literally because you have i literally had three thousand dollar premium laptops of top line processors that were underperforming. You know machines that cost a third as much because the cooling was so messed up. So yes i think you know they do need to. They need to disclose stats needed to close drivers. I've been incredibly frustrated lately with laptop manufacturers and almond manufacturers doing a single driver release and then having things like my personal favourite if you update to any of the newer drivers from in video or anybody else you end up having your entire system glitch. Every two seconds and hiccup I spent three weeks helping. Somebody diagnosed. That i'm i'm really frustrated with the the lack of yeah i mean it's i think it's good. I think people need to specify. And i think also laptop manufacturers and many cases need to do a better job with support after. They've sold you the laptop solve all patrick's problems but at least it's one step. One of america's greatest resources are proposals to amend section to thirty of the cd if we could somehow mine them for power generation we would solve the climate problem cd. Section two-thirty aka. Safe harbor is complicated. In fact we have an entire episode of know a little more about this. If you want the details. I also interviewed a couple of experts about this recently including nick from tech but the short version is it prevents any website including your own website from being sued because of what someone posted in your comments. It's become a political football of late with repealing. It seen as a way to somehow punish only facebook and twitter and such there are already exceptions to section two thirty. Some of them were written in at the beginning. Some of them were added over time There's an exception for intellectual property More recently assessed fossa an exception for advertising. Sex work three. Us senators have submitted a new set of exceptions called the safe tech bill. Under this bill any site including yours would no longer be immune from liability for comments posted by users if they are alleged violations of federal or state civil rights laws antitrust laws cyber stalking laws human rights laws or civil actions regarding a wrongful death so you would have to police the comments from your users about those things. The bill would also eliminate immunity for liability for any comments that are paid for so marketplace listings or promoted tweets is kind of what they're targeting there it also would amend the main section of two thirty to change the word information to the word speech that would narrow liability protection for all sites including yours to only be protected from content considered speech not the broader term information's to post information about an illegal drugs or a gun sale. You as the site operator would be liable for that not the person who posted it. This bill is no more likely than others to become law but it will certainly contribute to the conversation as it attempts to shift the focus onto human rights violations of ood boy. Backlash mentioned mike. Mas- nick from tech dirt. He wrote something today about two thirty calling it. A dumpster fire of clueless nece that effectively wiped out protections for the entire internet. Wild pretending. It's just a minor change so yeah people have all sorts of different feelings about should be liable in the sense. And i think tom pointing out that sure. I don't run facebook. I don't work at twitter. How much does this really affect me. They'll figure it out. They got a legal team right. We'll what about my own site. What if somebody comments on something that i blog about like not even that recently and it gets found and i'm not super up on going into my cms checking things out. Every minute. and i get into hot water or some sort of advertisement where i'm just you know. There's just a space on a site any kind of site that is rotating series of ads. And you don't know what is going to show up there. I mean you might be able to to give you know google ad or some sort of a similar ad supplier a little bit of information. About what kind of content that you put out there so that it's somewhat related but you have no control over that it gets really messy really fast. I'm just looking forward to facebook policing everything on facebook. I think that such a manageable completely. J i at the risk of getting dangerously close to a political statement. It is interesting that many of the people who refuse to believe the internet could be successful is regulated through is a evils of net neutrality. Are now basically saying we need to regulate speeches with the to thirty. And i'm i'm thinking of particular family member who was explaining how the internet works to me recently This is this is just. This is no what i don't think anyone's thinking smart. I think you know dumpster fire that will kill the internet is is. I don't quite get that quote right. But i like the quote. You had sarah. Yeah i mean honestly. I i think it's probably not likely to kill the internet mostly because i don't think we're a little far away from having consensus about what reform should actually look like and that. That may keep any reform from happening. At least that's my hope But but i do look at this. And i'm like okay but yeah you know who benefits from this actually facebook and twitter because they have lawyers who can they can afford to pay to defend them when they get it wrong they have enough money to at least try to do the moderation the extra moderation that this would require But i've already because of gdp our and other things just turned off comments. Daily tech new show dot com. Because i just don't wanna bother having to try to police the the requirements that are are made on me now granted. Most people don't run a website. Most people just comment on facebook and twitter. So this doesn't affect most people. But i imagine there's more people in our audience than the normal audience that do have a domain name and run a blog on their own domain. Name out there and it does affect you too if you missed the comments or you miss another feature. That gets to because of the way regulation has changed. Congratulations you're being impacted by this. Not running a business. But it's i agree with you. It's it's you know. Facebook will use weasel words and warriors in staggering amounts of cash. To do whatever it is they feel like doing for as long as possible until they can hire enough congress people to write a new law that they like better just like the telephone companies. Well here's another noncontroversial subject track in a so much fun. Everybody loves going to disneyland. Few items to tell you about in the world of ad tracking specifically around apple's app tracking transparency plan apples plan forces developers to ask leaves her if they agree to be tracked or not if a user says no the identifier for advertisers code or a you probably see that being written and thrown around quite a bit is disabled and that prevents developers from accessing it and then tracking users outside their own app. Most in the advertising industry industry opposed this plan because they assume most users will choose not to be tracks. You give them a choice. They say yeah. I don't wanna be tracked. And that would lower their ad. Revenues bloomberg's courses say. Google is working on an alternative to apple's plan for androids. Maybe something similar. Maybe a few rules for different google's plan appears to offer more opt-outs along with less invasive alternatives to some tracking technologies for instance on chrome google's phasing out third party tracking cookies but providing advertisers tools that targets similar groups of users instead of individuals. We already talked about facebook taking out full page. Ads and threatening to file antitrust lawsuits against apple. An earnings calls on thursday snap told investors that apple's plan carries a risk of interruption to demand for ads on snap and unity software warrant. It may affect how mobile game developers can acquire new customers and optimize value. Harvard business review posted an article earlier this week. Criticizing facebook for being misleading in its campaign against apple app tracking transparency among the critiques. Are that facebook's claim that sixty percent drop in revenue from ads benz for small. Businesses has no details and doesn't match randomized controlled trials so harvard business review saying okay. Facebook speed medicare But it does sound like you know. Depending on the developer apple does have some fights ahead of it know. The argument against apple is people. If you if you ask people do they want to be tracked. They'll say no and to which i say. Well then maybe you should have them if they don't want to be tracked. I mean i know that. That doesn't give them the answer they want. But we make so much money tracking people. Why would wanna fix that. Why couldn't it's like you should should users have the have this option unless it's specifically your company that now gets you know fewer data points that you had before everyone's could be like. Yeah why wouldn't you give a user that choice. Some of them won't care but if you care you should be able to say. I'd like to not be checked please. But and i know that easy for me to say. Because i'm not the one who's losing the money that will happen when people say noted tracking and i don't want to minimize it. It will have an impact on business but in the end. Does that mean we say well. Let's keep tricking people into agreeing to be tracked when they would otherwise not wanna be tracked or does it mean we actually have to create a way of delivering advertising. That we convince people is worth it and granted. I know that's a really tall order as well. And maybe unfair but comes down to like if i have to choose between should people have the choice to be tracked or not or should they. You know tricked into being tracked. I'll choose letting them not be tracked. If it's a fair choice which to me. It looks it is. Hey folks join in the conversation in our discord which you can do by linking to a patriotic out at patriotair dot com slash dpd s. Join over three million businesses worldwide. That use indeed for hiring indeed dot com is the hiring site that helps you find quality candidates with indeed instant match indeed searches through the millions of resumes in their database to help. Show you great candidates instantly so you can do the part. You really need faster meeting hiring great people with instant match. You see a lot of great candidates with zero weight and indeed delivers four times. More hires than other job sites combine according to talent nest. Want your quality shortlist fast. You need indeed right now our listeners. Get a free seventy five dollars. Credit to upgrade your job post at indeed dot com slash daily tack. This is indeed best offer available anywhere. Get a free seventy five dollars credit at indeed dot com slash daily tack indeed dot com slash daily tack offer valid through march thirty first terms and conditions apply. Oh patrick norton. We are glad you're here today. Because if i were to be somebody shopping for a new. I'm glad to have you specifically today. Because i'm kind of in the market for what we're about to talk about when you shop for home theaters. You see a lot of information about sub woofers. You might kind of what a sub woofer is. But maybe there are a lotta choices. And you want to know which way to go. They have different sizes. They have different power. Where do you put them in your house us. They're right or wrong. Way to use a sub woofer. But why do you really need so for at all. If you've got nice powerful speakers how do you pick up one. Where do you put it so patrick. Let's start at the beginning. What what is the beauty of the sub woofer. And why does it change at theater. Okay so works for sofer's work not just for home theater but also music i think. They became super super popular in in especially in the last year because so many people are going to movies. They're staying at home. They're improving their home entertainment system. They're improving home theater there. They subbed for specifically cover. You know sub base and the lower base so from like twenty hertz or even lower on particularly frighteningly powerful sub woofers but generally speaking we think of sub bases like twenty hertz to sixty hertz and base goes from sixty hertz. To two hundred fifty hertz. Now as much as everyone out there is thinking like my goodness what a marvellous range of stats when you think about instruments. The low a. on the piano is i want to say twenty-seven hurts the the low e. on a guitar. I always get this one wrong. Lowey on guitar is like thirty. One hurts sub. Obeys flat is at low on a on a bay. B-flat tube is like thirty. One hurts music kinda most musical instruments except for some really really big organs in europe. They stop pretty much around. Twenty seven thirty hertz. That's like most of the instruments we listened to things change when you get the edm music and and and some electric music's whether they have synthetic sounds that are really big. Or if you're into a particular type of organ music from four organs in europe then you you might want these incredibly low notes but generally speaking for music if you got like thirty hurts you know. Up to eleven thousand hertz. You have almost all the music we listen to. And i'm making this more complicated than it needs to be because people want. Do you like the feel of a kick drum when you're listening to a band. Yes do you want to feel the explosions. When something crazy happens in your action movie yes. Do you want the booty shaking base when somebody's really hammer and things out on a dance track absolutely okay. So that's like a lot of with that is is is base and sub base and this is something that doesn't happen a whole lot. I mean most speakers now especially smaller speaker like bookshelf speakers. You know they'll say like forty hertz to twenty thousand hertz which is great except that what happens actually is it usually starts falling off around the hundred hertz. And it's drops its little softer around. Eighty hurts and it gets softer by fifty hertz. And you can probably just almost here. The thirty hertz. Notes those really notes but what a symbol for does is it takes over the low end frequencies usually from about one hundred hertz down to as low as the sub woofer will go and that became a really huge deal in move or in home theaters because people like to have the impact of crashes and action movies and stuff and became a big deal for people who love listening to music because you could have smaller speakers. That aren't as demanding in terms of location where they don't just dominate your room. I think you and i have talked about the joys of having tower speakers in an apartments where you know if you shut them up against the wall suddenly the biscuits bloated and sounds weird. Or there's too much base and if you pull them away from the wall so they sound better than there in the middle of the room and if the dog knocks them over or there where you wanna sit so by moving the bass frequencies over to a sub woofer you can actually have the full range of music or have the full range of the soundtrack of the movie or television. You're listening to but without having to have two massive speakers if that makes sense. Yeah i i don't know i i am a i'm a sub woofer fan myself. I also. it doesn't matter. I mean any system where. I have the option to crank up base in my car. You know my wireless earbuds all that stuff. I always do. I just think it sounds better. It's richer to me but Yeah when it comes to a really nice sub woofer in in a home theater environment or something for music. I mean it makes a huge difference. Not everybody wants it though. And what do you think. Patrick is the lowest you would spend to get something that still really high quality okay. I have audio issues The least expensive silvers. I've seen that are probably worth the money or around a couple of hundred bucks It gets its its challenging. Because sub woofers sub woofer design has gotten a lot better in the last decade And when i say design i mean the actual the engineering and the speakers and using digital signal processing and figuring out better enclosures because traditionally a symbol for is a really really big box with a twelve or fifteen inch driver in it and you can see sub woofers that are small. Think roger's got one with like an eight inch driver in it. That eight inch drivers down to about fifty hertz. But there's still a whole lot of sound below that you might want to get The biggest challenge when you're shopping for one is digging out like where to put it and how to connect it to the system. You have if you don't already have a sub over by because it doesn't come in a soundbar unless you buy a sandbar. The subway right. It's got to be a separate thing. Also there's there's when you look if you have a set of speakers you're thinking gosh i could use more base from. These speakers have set a small bookshelf speakers. The first thing is try to move him back towards the wall and sometimes that'll give them more base. It'll sort of increase the amount of basic that comes off of it. Sometimes it'll just make the bass sound really bloated and the worst case of blow to be like the sixteen year old with the beat up car with hood the trunk. Lid that's rattling. Every time the base note hits. The song was like. Yeah yeah. I mean it's awesome but it's terrible so you don't want to sound like that at home you want a powerful enough amplifier and a big enough speaker to move enough air to get those big low notes as a really long frequencies. They require a lot of kind of power to create The thing is is you kind of start with your budget. One hundred fifty two hundred dollar skits you pretty good entry level over from dayton and that's a company a lot of people probably haven't heard of Usually sold through parts express brent butterworth who writes for the wire cutter is kind of probably tested. More sub woofers anybody else in planet. And he's actually a good place to look at when you're looking at subway for recommendations but you kind of have to you know the bigger the room the more subway for you need or you need to add an additional sub. Woofer for example. I went from a very very small upstairs. Home theater where one little tenant sub for was more than enough to kind of energize the room and really feel the impacts in the crashes are home theaters now located in a basement That is approximately you know. Four times the size and the subway for i had will no longer actually make us. We can't feel the bass anymore. Because there's it can't fill the space with the sound. So sub i do the lowest frequencies you wanna basically. You either have like an apr your home. Theater receiver usually has an l. f. are a low frequency output. That'll plug directly into the sub. Woofer if you don't or if you have like a a regular stereo amplifier most sub for have the ability to basically you can run the speaker wire to sub woofer and then from the sub woofer to the speaker and the symbol for all basically parts you know snatch out the audio frequencies it needs to do the low end of the music that also gives you some help so real quickly. The las vegas review journal obtained the draft of nevada governor. Steve cecil exe plan for innovation. Zones meant to attract tech companies and blockchain autonomous technology internet of things robotics artificial intelligence wireless technology biometrics renewable resource technology. 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Yeah i mean there are a lot of states. We'd be like scott that much land that is inhabited at all nevada. One of those states. So yeah i mean. A lot of companies wouldn't qualify for this but interesting idea. Yeah yeah indeed real quickly. Tell us about the three d. printed nuclear part okay. Scientists at the korean energy research institute have three d. printed a safety valve with sufficient resistance to be usable in a nuclear reactor. The team printed three separate parts and used five. Cnc machine to create a thirty kilogram faucet with complex internal cooling channels meeting class. One safety specs. For withstanding exposure to radiation the chemical in volume control system is used to relieve core pressure. And there's a shortage of safety critical parts like it's a three d. printing crazy crazy. Cool people in our discord. We're talking about this if you want to chat a little more about that good good reason to get in the discord alright. Let's check out the mailbag sosa. Connie road in we were talking about amazon drivers yesterday. And you know should they be surveilled by the company more than they already are says. I used to be an amazon logic. Logistics driver he was also a fedex and ups driver so lots of lots of history there and an insider reaction to amazon surveillance system meant to increase safety. That's what the company says it will do. He says this is the problem that the company's trying to correct but they're doing so by not addressing the root causes which are negligent lack of proper safety training and a computer generated schedule that requires drivers to make as many as thirty deliveries per hour at that pace. The few extra seconds it takes to do things like put on a seatbelt. Apply parking brake or even check to see if the path is clear when backing out of a parking area all liabilities amazon prioritizes the schedule over safety which is reinforced. When you get constant calls every time you're running more than a few minutes behind connie sees this solution as ultimately penalizing the drivers for trying to do their job. Yeah repre- yeah. Yeah it's it's certainly. It's certainly an issue if you have some on hand experience of anything that we talk about. You think we should know a little more feedback. Daily tech new show dot com is where to send those emails questions. Comments always appreciated shout out to patrons at our master and grandmaster levels. Today they include steve derulo kris allen. And mike aitken's let's see what len peralta has been drying this episode len which got you know I am down sub woofers. I have not had a Any sort of a home theater without a sub woofer. If you don't have one what are you waiting for. It's only like two hundred bucks gives some really really great sound. The only thing about it is. It scares my my animals. It scares my dog. Then that's kind of where this came from right. It's called sub wolf in this. The you know the the dog gets really sorta crazy with this With this sub woofer Just rumbling and everything else and so That's the only problem but otherwise going. Get yourself over. it's a it's a it's a great addition to your to your system and if you're interested in getting this print you can do so at my patriot. Patriot dot com slash land or my online store at len peralta store dot com war. I am doing valentine's day Images people so cap. Your honey folks get them in there. Thank you len. Good stuff as always also thanks to patrick norton for being with us today. Helping us understand the sub woofer market. Patrick where can people keep up with the rest of your work well. I'll try not to be grumpy old man and you can check that out at av excel dot com which is a home theater audio podcast. I hope with robert harron. Hey folks thi s video podcast easy. Get the video. Rss feed a daily news show dot com slash subscribe. 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