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"big sur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:55 min | 5 months ago

"big sur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now a global news update The UK is accusing the Kremlin of trying to install a pro Russian leader in Ukraine the United Kingdom's foreign and Commonwealth office made the announcement late Saturday night The statement comes as president Vladimir Putin is reportedly deciding if Russia will invade Ukraine Senator Bernie Sanders says the Arizona Democratic Party censure of senator Kirsten sinema was the right thing to do But the Arizona Democratic Party did was exactly right Appearing on NBC's meet the press the Vermont independent praised the Arizona arm of the party for condemning cinema's vote to keep the Senate filibuster in place along with senator Joe Manchin her decision killed the passage of two major voting rights bills Sanders called the recent changes in voting laws across 19 GOP led states and move away from democracy A wildfire is forcing evacuations near California's coastal community of Big Sur via officials say the blaze has burned more than a thousand acres after exploding in a remote canyon on Friday Authorities have shut down a 20 mile stretch of scenic highway one near the beach town of Carmel no injuries are reported the fire is now 20% contained That's the latest I'm de Nico kodiak I'm Barry ritholtz you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio My extra special guest this week is Tino danger steel She is the head of famed investment firm GMOs emerging market Debt team So let's talk a little bit about the state of EM investing today So looking at this from an equity market perspective I look at what took place in China and the change in the government and the change in attitudes towards companies like Alibaba kind of makes me look at the country at least now and say they appear to be frightening from an equity perspective I'm would be reluctant to put capital at risk there What do you make of the geopolitical worlds and the various risks they present are there certain countries that hey there's no respect for the rule of law or sanctity of contracting or private property for that matter And therefore regardless of the potential upside in the dead instruments we just don't believe that any money is safe there because of that It's a good question and I would say for the fundamental credit analysts who we have on the team we rely a lot on precedents frankly So I'll take an example from a few years ago in well first I guess in 2014 in Kazakhstan and then later a few years later in Azerbaijan where we weren't involved in the Kazakh one there was a big bank in Kazakhstan And I'd actually don't know the name of it but the ticker was beatas And over the course of a weekend they rewrote their bankruptcy laws and basically wiped out the bank creditors And so you look at that and you say gosh that's a serious risk that we should take into account If we weren't involved because the risk premium that you're being paid over Kazakhstan wasn't enough to even contemplate such things at the time In that case they went on to have quite a lot of debt relief for the country So this is 2014 after that oil market collapse and so oil sensitive countries like Kazakhstan needed debt relief and so forth In fast forward to Azerbaijan and there was a fascinating case that we were involved and we owned some bonds from this bank called the international bank of Azerbaijan It was 90 something percent government owned so we considered it a state owned enterprise That followed that same playbook over the weekend they rewrote their bankruptcy laws and so forth and they gave a very mild haircut to creditors It actually was more or less NPP neutral So they got all the reputational hit of doing this but they got none of the debt relief that kazakhs filed that under a head scratcher why on earth would they do this It's still in the London courts by the way I actually wrote to the finance minister of Azerbaijan I said this just doesn't make any sense Conditional on your writing off creditors you should at least get some debt receipt for doing it But to your point all you can do is file these away and understand what's happened in the past and make some educated judgment about how likely the current administration or dictator or whatever it is of the country is likely to do that in the future That's an art Like I said the credit research people on my team have a very hard job Sounds like they got some bad counsel at Azerbaijan That's kind of interesting Let's go in the opposite direction When you look around the world where is there safe EM debt and I'm assuming the safer the debt perhaps the lower the potential alpha you're going to see from that is that a fair way to look at this You're asking about a cake and eating it too Yeah pretty much Yeah So earlier we talked about 14 trillion in negative yielding debt So we ask ourselves the purpose of holding a certain class of government debt we used to refer to it as the anchor to windward portfolio The hell or high water portfolio is to have ballast in your portfolio in the event that there is a severe equity market decline or risk assets have their own decline whatever that is The cost of holding that debt right now in many of the major markets whether it's bonds or oats or JVs or so forth is holding a negative yielding asset It's an insurance premium almost So the question is is can you choose from the group of positive yielding local markets on a currency hedged or unhedged basis in the event that you're willing to take some currency risk and you think it's well priced That has the defensive properties of these developed markets bonds but with positive yields And the answer to that is yes there's a small clutch of these things They are not countries for the most part They're not the poor countries They are the Taiwan and Koreas of the world But those markets do present as relatively safe No not safe from financial repression None of us is safe from financial repression But safe in anchor to windward statistical sense Really really kind of interesting What parts of the world do you excited about Any countries that you're looking at and thinking wow this is underpriced and there's a ton of upside here I would say the thing that's glaring right now are the stressed and distressed emerging countries So we're at if you take out the real wise of the pandemic the difference between the high yield sub piece of our hard currency benchmark versus the investment grade one is that very very wide levels So not pandemic levels but very wide levels of about 500 over investment grade Within that subset there are arbitrage like positions that can be set up and by that what I mean is these are countries whose bond prices indicate a high likelihood of default So can you ensure the default case while holding on for the notable case And in a handful of those countries the answer to that is yes And I think those make some of the most interesting opportunities You want to name names What countries present.

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Wildfire near California's Big Sur forces evacuations

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Wildfire near California's Big Sur forces evacuations

"A a a a wildfire wildfire wildfire wildfire in in in in California's California's California's California's Big Big Big Big Sur Sur Sur Sur region region region region has has has has led led led led to to to to accusations accusations accusations accusations officials officials officials officials shut shut shut shut down down down down California's California's California's California's famed famed famed famed coastal coastal coastal coastal highway highway highway highway one one one one in in in in both both both both directions directions directions directions south south south south of of of of Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel a a a a wildfire wildfire wildfire wildfire that that that that started started started started in in in in the the the the steep steep steep steep Palo Palo Palo Palo Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado canyon canyon canyon canyon northeast northeast northeast northeast in in in in inland inland inland inland of of of of the the the the Big Big Big Big Sur Sur Sur Sur lighthouse lighthouse lighthouse lighthouse spread spread spread spread towards towards towards towards the the the the seed seed seed seed driven driven driven driven by by by by high high high high winds winds winds winds Monterey Monterey Monterey Monterey county county county county officials officials officials officials ordered ordered ordered ordered evacuations evacuations evacuations evacuations from from from from the the the the sparsely sparsely sparsely sparsely populated populated populated populated area area area area late late late late Friday Friday Friday Friday night night night night photos photos photos photos by by by by any any any any P. P. P. P. photographer photographer photographer photographer and and and and video video video video taken taken taken taken by by by by local local local local residents residents residents residents showed showed showed showed flames flames flames flames covering covering covering covering the the the the hillsides hillsides hillsides hillsides near near near near the the the the rocky rocky rocky rocky creek creek creek creek bridge bridge bridge bridge a a a a shelter shelter shelter shelter has has has has been been been been set set set set up up up up by by by by the the the the red red red red cross cross cross cross at at at at a a a a local local local local middle middle middle middle school school school school the the the the evacuations evacuations evacuations evacuations came came came came on on on on the the the the same same same same day day day day that that that that vice vice vice vice president president president president Kamilla Kamilla Kamilla Kamilla Harris Harris Harris Harris was was was was and and and and Sampoerna Sampoerna Sampoerna Sampoerna Dino Dino Dino Dino taking taking taking taking an an an an aerial aerial aerial aerial tour tour tour tour of of of of wildfire wildfire wildfire wildfire damage damage damage damage and and and and spotlighting spotlighting spotlighting spotlighting hundreds hundreds hundreds hundreds of of of of millions millions millions millions of of of of federal federal federal federal dollars dollars dollars dollars directed directed directed directed to to to to California California California California for for for for disaster disaster disaster disaster relief relief relief relief I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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Apple Software Updates Launch Next Week

Mac OS Ken

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Apple Software Updates Launch Next Week

"Are technically. I ran a big post wednesday covering some of what apple announced offscreen. Perhaps the biggest news. That didn't get screen. Time has to do with the next round of software updates. There do next week. Release candidates for ios fourteen thousand five ipod os fourteen dot five tv os fourteen dot. Five macos big sur eleven dot three and watchos seven dot four are out to developers according to ours apple also specifically stated that tv os fourteen dot five will hit next week. An apple usually pushes out software updates to multiple operating systems at roughly the same time.

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Apple rolls out security updates on Monday

Mac OS Ken

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Apple rolls out security updates on Monday

"Begin the day with loud noises. Road with betas on the way for things and apple things. Each was preempted on monday with quick fixes for just about everything. Apple makes i download. Blog ran apiece early in the day announcing surprise arrival of ios and ipad o. s. fourteen dot ford dot one and guessing. They spent the next few hours adding to that piece. Though by the time. I got to it. It also announced the arrival of mac. Os big sur. Eleven dot to dot three and watch os seven dot three dot two quick business. The security pages for each update revealed yet another release safari fourteen zero dot three for mac. Os catalina and mac os mojave no opening things with your face without seeing your face for these updates. No e. c. g. updates nor airplay your fitness stuff near as i can figure each of the updates address a single web kit vulnerability the problem or impact. According to apple's notes processing crafted web content may lead to arbitrary code execution the fix addressed a memory corruption issue with improved validation. I tend to be a way too few days then. Update kind of guy. You'll want to go ahead and update for this

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Apple Seeds Third Betas of iOS 14.5, iPadOS 14.5 and macOS Big Sur 11.3 to Developers

Mac OS Ken

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Apple Seeds Third Betas of iOS 14.5, iPadOS 14.5 and macOS Big Sur 11.3 to Developers

"Betas for the deb types. Macrumors ran a couple of pieces on wednesday one announcing developer betas for ios and ipad fourteen dot five and another announcing a third developer beta for mac os big sur eleven dot three. I've not seen a lot about new stuff and the betas not much. That wasn't new in previous betas. Anyway though there is one feature generating some clicks yet. Another piece from macrumors says the third beta of ios fourteen dot. Five pops an items tab in the fine. My up by default developers have been able to play with that before though it required elven magic by which i made a developer setting. Had to be toggled or they had to go into safari on iphone or ipad and work some elven magic now. Though the p. says the items tab appears automatically for all users running the latest beta

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California's iconic redwoods threatened by climate change

This Morning with Gordon Deal

02:07 min | 1 year ago

California's iconic redwoods threatened by climate change

"Now Rangers and conservationists are developing plans to better protect them at a that the world's tallest trees May not survive future places that are almost certain to come. It's a story by Jim Carlton reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Jim Take us through this. So Gordon the California redwoods are famous for being fire resistant when you walked through mural Woods, Humboldt State Park. You know these places with the giant redwoods. You can see the burn marks from fires of, you know. Hundreds of years ago. The big called canals. Oh, and the big question is, Can the redwoods survive? Today's mega fires? Firestorms? These are gigantic fires that they've never really seen before. They're fueled by the climate change. Basically, that means it's really dry. There's congested force conditions, etcetera. And so it's really a big question Whether these redwoods can Take a and we've We're getting some of our first big test now. Yeah, All right. So there's been, uh, you could describe it better but of greater frequency of Maura. Intense fires. In addition to the number of fires, I guess right in these trees have done okay, but there is concern. Right? Well, we just kind of a little bit of background. I mean of the top 20 most destructive fires and California recorded history like 17 have happened in the last 10 to 15 years. Um and we just had, you know the paradise Fire, you know, keep the camp fire that killed anybody people, So they're bigger. They're deadlier, more destructive and they're starting to hit the redwoods. Now they're only the redwoods are protected by fog along the coast. From about the big Sur coast of central California to southern Oregon. And there is a pretty wet forest. And so they know they don't get a lot of fire historically would be a few. You know, a small fire. Every few decades on, it would kind of burnout. Ah, lot of the brush and kind of leave the big crease alone. But that's what's changing. Now speak with Jim Carlton reporter at The Wall Street Journal. His pieces called California's plan to save its 1000 year old redwoods from wildfires. So

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"big sur" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"big sur" Discussed on KCRW

"Nearly a foot of snow in the mountains and, of course mudslides. Probably the most striking visual from that storm was a collapsed section of Highway one along the Big Sur cliffside. It closed the only artery through one of the most isolated stretches of the California coast. Again. It's not quite as bad as a few years ago when it took more than a year to repair the highway and replace a key bridge. But part of the road will likely be closed for months. We're going to check in now with Kate Novoa. She's a retired attorney and longtime Big Sur resident best known by her blogged handle Big Sur Kate. Welcome to press play, Kate. Thank you. Medal. Well, where do you live in relation to the problem with the highway with the big hole in the highway? How is that affecting you? Where my dirt road connects to Highway one That is 17 miles south of where the slip out happened. Okay. And so what is on the other side of that slip out that you would need to access Well, all of big shirt proper as we call it. That's the Valley where everybody thinks of his being big sir, even though it's 72 miles long. Accounts off all of that area to Big Sur and its heads off Monterey, other than having to go all the way around. So Monterey is where you would go for. What, Like. Certain regular services doctor's appointment. Things like that doctor's appointments are among them. Yes, other kinds of services that we might have. We have access to the South, which is groceries. So that's not a problem. But other things like Doctor's appointments are the big one. So how do you get there? Now? Now we have to go south on Highway one until we get to 46, which is south of Cambria. And then we go across that tomo possible bliss and then from possible this week go up one of one. There's 68 men across to moderate. It has about 201. Miles one way to our trip. Wow. So ours ours? Yes, instead of two hours to get to Monterey out of bad traffic day it now takes those five hours. Do you have to go there very often. No, I don't have to go too often. And when I do go, I do like what I'm doing today, Which is I came up yesterday scheduled all my appointments within two or three day window. We come up here and camp and then Go home on Thursday. And you've lived there for quite some time, right? For many, many years, 35 years 36 next month. Oh, my goodness. So you're probably used to have natural disasters of this sort. Oh, yeah, That's the thing with us. It's not a matter of if the vote is going to close during the winter. It's a matter of when it's going to close where it's going to close and for how long? It's gonna close. So how long are you are you hearing? It's going to close this time. Well, I heard a rumor and big Suge rumors and notorious staying. Mayor may not be accurate that they're going to try to do something temporarily. What That would be, I don't know. Which could cut the time quite a bit. When we have the last slip out at Rocky Point, which was in 2011. I think it took him about four months to get that one fixed. And that was between big stoop proper and Monterey, so it was much more critical to get it open. They were able to first have people create enough space for people to be able to walk from one side to the other. And then they were able to create enough space told it with traffic lights. I could go through. One direction or another. I'm hoping they'll do something like that down here, and that would only be about four months instead of the year. Whatever it took for the bridge in 2017, Yeah. Yeah, but that took a long time. And obviously it had an effect on tourism. Are you worried about that? Our business is worried that they're gonna lose. Tourists The business is north of the slide usually have a tendency to get most of their tourism from the north. So it's not going to. It's going to affect them and they're predicting it will be down about 30%. But that's not as bad as it's been in the past. So they're they're okay. The business is that a problem are like Lucy A, which can't get any business at all right now. They're noises like they're north of where the highway has is closed to the public but south of the slide, so they're almost in their own Little island, so to speak. They're the most affected of all of the businesses. It is certainly one of the most beautiful.

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"big sur" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"big sur" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Church in Pasadena, one of the churches that sued celebrated with his congregation, churches can meet Not just in California but throughout the United States. Because this sets of president incense the president's not Bart time, but also in perpetuity. Let's get Jesus all the praise and all the glory. Come on. Let's get these great. Let's all stand up with glorify God and thank him. California can still limit attendance in worship services to 25% of the buildings capacity, and it can also maintain its ban on singing and chanting as ways to control the spread of the Corona virus. Some churches are wary of the Supreme Court's decision. The head of San Francisco's Grace Cathedral said the high court was ignoring science by ruling against the indoor worship ban. It's turned from faith to infrastructure Highway One along the coast of Big Sur is one of most scenic stretches of pavement in the country, but it could also be fragile. A still unrepaired big chunk of Highway one collapsed in heavy rains last month. When something like that happens, it has big economic consequences for the tourism dependent communities in Big Sur from K A Z, you and Monterey Here's Erica Mahoney. Kirk Gasol sits in his office at the pen today in Big Sur, he's general manager of the restaurant, which is perched on a cliff side with spectacular views of the turning blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. Very reminiscent of something one might find in a Mediterranean climate over zoom, he tells me the sun is shining there a stark contrast to recent stormy skies that washed out a section of Highway one roughly 15 miles south of New Pen Day. This new barrier makes the well known coastal road trip between Los Angeles and San Francisco Impossible. Gasol says that is only adding headwinds to our recovery. Gasol is also president of the Big Sur Chamber of Commerce. He expects a more extreme impact on business is south of the closure and a moderate impact on those north where indepent they and the town of Big Sur are located. He says two thirds of their customers come from the north and then returned that way. Still, the last few years have been particularly challenging. And Big Sur between recent wildfires, a massive mudslide in 2017 the pandemic. Now this this road failure, it's really going to test the financial resource is of the business owners and our employees. Caltrans is still assessing the damage. The work is complicated. The rainstorm set off a debris flow from the burn scar of last summer's wildfire, sending water tree trunks and boulders down the hillside. It overwhelmed the drainage infrastructure at the site washing up the highway. Now there's a 150 ft chasm. Both lanes are gone. It looks like someone used their hand to dig into a chocolate cake. Local emergency responders are also affected. Marcus Foster is a captain with Big Sur fire. Most of our resource is personnel and equipment is more on the north side of big service when we call it, Foster says his team has been shoveling all the way around the closure to bring more equipment down to their South Coast station. He says they will likely be relying on other agencies for assistance if something happens in that remote area. Despite the challenges, he says, working and living in Big Sur is worth it for the California report. I'm Erica Mahoney in Monterey as governor, Daven Newsome continues to sink in the polls a campaign to recall him from office once a fringe idea appears to be gaining steam recall, organizers have until March 17th to turn in a million and a half verify voter petition signatures. Qualify a recall measure for the ballot outside it Busy Home Depot in San Diego, where we call volunteers have set up a petition table. I got an earful from people who stopped to sign.

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"big sur" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"big sur" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Ew dot or g'kar. Good afternoon. I'm Erica Mahoney. Highway. One closure points have been adjusted driving South Highway One is now closed at the vicinity of South Coast Center near post Mile 34. A traffic controlled checkpoint. There will be staffed 24 hours a day to allow on Ley residents to pass. Beyond that. Caltrans crews continue to assess damage and begin initial repairs at Rat Creek, where the storm washed out a section of the highway. Creating a 150 FT. Chasm in the roadway. Crews are also working at other spots along the highway, clearing debris and land sides about 60 locations were impacted by storm damage. Beginning at six tonight. The Southern closure, which is currently at ragged Point will be moved north to Willow Creek Road Post Mile 11 Point to the closure effects over 20 miles of Highway one in Big Sur. Sponsorship of this KZ you traffic report comes from S e 41 furniture and mattress on 41st Avenue and Soquel and online at SC 41 dot com. Coming up on all.

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2 dead in massive California storms; Highway 1 washed out

Bryan Suits

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

2 dead in massive California storms; Highway 1 washed out

"Weather has continued to unleash snow and rain across California. ABC is Rob Marciano reports on how the storms are pummeling different parts of California Some areas of California digging out from my staggering nearly 9 Ft of snow tragically once here lost his life after becoming trapped in the deep snow and on the coast of California massive amounts of rain. Part of the iconic highway one washing away south of Big Sur.

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Skier dies after being found buried upside down in snow at California's Mammoth Mountain

The Tom Sullivan Show

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Skier dies after being found buried upside down in snow at California's Mammoth Mountain

"Leaving lots of travel dangers. ABC News senior meteorologist Rob Marciano some areas of California digging out from a staggering nearly 9 Ft of snow tragically once here, lost his life after becoming trapped in the deep snow and on the coast of California massive amounts of rain. Part of the iconic highway one washing away south of Big Sur. Caltrans officials say they don't have an estimate yet for when that stretch of roadway will reopen that storm, bringing snow tomorrow to Indiana, Ohio, Baltimore and Washington. Listening to

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Cyber Security Headlines 15th January 2021

Cyber Security Headlines

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Cyber Security Headlines 15th January 2021

"Packers waltzed past mfa used by seesaw. On cloud. Accounts multi factor. Authentication is one of the strongest security protocols. We have but it's not infallible on wednesday. The us cyber security infrastructure security agency revealed that malicious actors bypassed mfa to get into its cloud service accounts cease said that the threat actors had tried multiple times to breaches systems by various tactics including fishing brute force logging attempts and possibly a pass the cookie attack which involves the theft of authentication cookies from browsers and related processes. That's how the attackers were able to hijack an authenticated session by using stolen session cookies to access ceases online services social media convulses after capital attack. A widespread shakeup is underway facebook's yanking posts of flyers promoting events leading up to biden's inauguration as terrorism and cyber experts helped the platform to ferret out images calling for harm the walkie talkie app zillow which hasn't proactively moderated content has deleted over two thousand militia related channels after finding it was used by insurrectionists and parlor the social media app favored by trump supporters. May never come back for having been scraped off the app. Stores kicked out by slack and cut by amazon. Ceo john matzec told reuters parlor filed charges on wednesday asking for amazon to be forced to restore its service. Google fixes bug that delayed kovic contact tracing apps. The api bug affected contact. Tracing apps worldwide delaying notifications sent to android users. The apps are built on top of the exposure notification system an api that google released jointly with apple to help health services develop contact tracing apps it looks like the problem only manifested on android devices. Not on ios the api. Let's developers create contact tracing tools that protect privacy by relying on bluetooth to exchange anonymous keys between smartphones an easy way to warn users if they've been in contact with someone who later tested positive apple yanks feature that lets apps bypass mac. Os firewalls and vpn's has removed the content filter exclusion list from mac. Os eleven point. Two beta to k known as big sur. The controversial feature had allowed fifty three of apple's own apps to bypass third party firewalls security tools and vpn apps that users themselves had installed for their own protection. The list included some of apple's biggest apps such as the app store maps and i cloud security researchers had discovered the problem this past october and had called it a security nightmare waiting to happen

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Are My Instructions Not Clear? MMS Problems and Apple’s Bug-Reporting Black Hole

Accidental Tech Podcast

06:48 min | 1 year ago

Are My Instructions Not Clear? MMS Problems and Apple’s Bug-Reporting Black Hole

"So my ms bug. That i'm so in love with it. Had struck me during the very last episode like literally as we were recording the very last episode of the show and i talked to a couple of people on the inside about it and basically was told both gently and not so gently. Look if you don't get us this diagnose there's nothing we can do. What's this diagnosed. So my extremely limited understanding is that basically there's a log file or like buffer remained buffer. Something that exists on devices. And if you hold all three buttons on modern iphone so the volume up volume down in lock buttons if you hold them for about a second then it will trigger assist diagnose and what does is it takes All of the logs that are in memory or on disk. Or what have you presume in memory. But i don't know for sure and it will dump those to the iphones system and you can get to them in settings My phone is locked up. That's cool Settings privacy App data something seriously. Settings is just freaking locked. What the heck We can get to it somewhere in settings and you can airdrop that to your computer and then you can attach that to a feedback once you know. The thing formerly known the artist formerly known as radar settings privacy analytics and improvements analytics data and then you can search for s s and these things are usually multiple hundreds of megabytes. And the conundrum. Right you know apple needs to be able to find something to dig through other than just looking through code to to figure out what's going on and they're not exactly going to have me drive my iphone over craig's house so what you're gonna do but i I had one bog about links or the bug numbers in the show notes. I'd one bug that apple closed and then reopened probably because of all my coaching and whining. And then i made another bug. These have steig noses so apple people i love you. Wouldn't you mind just going ahead and taking a look at this please now. I'm going to do the cardinal sin of a person on the internet. I'm going to bring up something. That i got in trouble for in a different place because apparently i really liked punishment and i at the same time. This was all going on. This is literally christmas christmas day. That was know finally grabbing since diagnosis Right when it when it was happening. I also noticed that my beloved sinology drive client. Which is you know this. -nology version of dropbox They they're icon on big sur if you if you use their quote unquote minimalist. I conscious to say they're monochrome icon. There i call him. Big sur in dark mode is super duper bright white. Which is like the world's most ridiculously silly aesthetic bug that affects nothing functionally. But it's really annoying on my laptop. And so i filed a bug. I it was the twenty third or something like that. Saying hey can we fix this icon in the certain setting on this certain us on the certain machine that'd be great and i was expecting them to be like whatever dude. Leave us alone. I was getting replies from them. Christmas eve christmas day the day after constant replies about something that is the dumbest bug in the world. It does not matter. And i'm getting all these replies from sinologist like like it's their job to keep their customers happy. Imagine that they value customer sat and and so it was startling to me. Because i didn't actually expect a response from sinology. All be certainly not on a time that most companies not all most companies are probably you know on skeleton staff or perhaps off entirely. Apple is and sure enough. I'm getting replies nonstop and it's just so striking how quietly hostile bug reporting is within apple and how actively great it can be a company who really cares and so with that with bad mouth aside. Hey fix my bug please. That'd be great. You've you've invoked my a time delayed rage by putting the word sis diagnosis and follow up. I must now At my recent complained about it. So there's a bug that i've been tracking It's the bug that. I saw him one of my aps. But it's not a bug in my app. As far as i can tell. I saw it in the big sur beta. I made a sample project that just puts a window on a screen and just demonstrates the bug right even put a little bug icon on it right. So here's a sample project with with very low code like you know. Twenty lines of code reproducing this bug and sent it the apple during the big sur beta of course they send it back after like a week saying we need to diagnose sure whatever they did also ask him by the way although this is diagnosed hotel what time you captured it. Yeah i'm like seriously you. I mean surely the time is right. Isn't it a giant log. Yup right and not only that. But i think the file name might have data and then of course the meta data for the filed self has the data it. But whatever find here you go apple. Here's this diagnosed i. I ran my sample project which is attached to the book report. And sure enough when you follow the instructions and run my sample building project. It triggers the bug and then i capture assist diagnose and then i noted the time and here it is and then it sat there for like a week or two and new betas came out and didn't get fixed and then they send another thing that bugs is can you please capture a six diagnose and tell us the time that they came out and this is like a month in us unlike omega. Listen and i did. I did the cardinal sin. Which is like i tried to communicate to whatever. This is replying to me as if it's a human because i don't know that it's a human right and i said listen. Here's another i did it again. i did. Here's another diagnosed. Here's the hammock captured and said like. Why are you asking me the time that i did. It was captured. Can you reproduce. It does the sample project that included not work for. You like that's valuable data. Hey guess what We can't reproduce this right. And i said i'm running it on the dc k. Because at this point. I'd sworn off big sarma main computer. I was able to reduce on both but by by this point. No more big mac pro. So is it like what's the problem. Can you not reproduce it like. Are you having trouble reproducing. Our mind -struction is not clear should capture like a screen screen capture video showing what it looks like. In fact i took photos of my screen and the rural report. And i said because when i tried to take a screen shot at triggers like a refresh effect which fixes the cosmetic bug fixes the cosmetic bug if you take a screen shot of it for whatever reason and i included that info on the original book report and i took photos of my screen and i said. Here's why i'm sending you photos on my screen and not screenshots so helpful and it's like a month in like what's going on no reply and anyway came to. My bug is not fixed. still no reply bug. that's

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"big sur" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"big sur" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Oh, thank you very much. I have a real simple little question. I think, um I just got a new apple Mac book air. Did you get the new one with the M one ship? No, I got I told what I bought it in September After waiting about six months for the store to open, they finally opened up the the mall and bring them all. And I went up there A nice one. That was my favorite Mac to me because I didn't have any in stock. But anyway, um it's only like decisive about three months old. Nice. I have the same model. Yeah. Yeah, but a funny thing happens clear, and I don't know if it's characteristic to the to the computer. I thought that the air had no, uh, movie parts. It does have a little sand. I think it does. Yeah. Okay. What s so what makes what's going on? Well, while I'm doing things, you know, uh, green, you know, reading the, uh, the, uh, newspapers online and so far just this morning, I was doing it. And I thought I've been a collie. Oh, I'll get this, Uh, Werling sound like Yeah. Maybe 45 seconds for 60 Feel warm on the bottom when you hear that sound. You feel warm on T touch? No hot, just warm to the touch. Well, I I haven't felt the baby. That's e think that's the fan. A tile of Countertops. Good like it Z my city like on a pillow. That's good. They don't keep a cooler. Yeah, And the fan doesn't stay on that long. Right? No, it goes. It goes like a set of 45 seconds to a minute. It just it goes off, and I thought I was a little. It's a little a little noisy. It shouldn't be that noisy, but indeed, there is a fan. On that Mac book air and it makes a little noise. In fact, that's one of the things Apple was so happy to tout on their New Mac book here, the one they just put out. It doesn't have a fan because it runs so much cooler. Yeah, but you need a fan on most computers just because you know he will really cause a problem. Right? Well, it wasn't on that long. It was only on you first thing in the morning and I checked my new in the newspapers. And so I went online, believe it or not scrolling a Web page, especially with images. It's hard. It's hard and it makes the thing work harder. And when it works harder the fan comes on, huh? You're updating this regularly. Yes, Yes, I have not gone to a big Syria it but, um You know all the all the other little updates. Yeah, I wouldn't worry about Big sur yet. In fact, I'd be slow to go to Big sur cause it is bringing on a lot of changes. Well, I didn't update to the light the latest version of Catalina, I guess. And I went to help. Yeah, Big sir, will be similar. Don't don't be rushing to do that, right? But I had to call apple support because I thought Where did all my you know? All my things go to that I used to cook on automatically in the morning. They're all good because there were 32 bit Probably. Yeah. Yeah, And it's like, Well, what? What? And they don't tell you. They don't tell you Well, they did, They warned everybody, especially the people make those programs. For quite a while that come with come Camellia UK oughta be 64 bitter. You're not gonna run. Unfortunately, a lot of developers just ignored it. Well, this when I bought, you know, got the new computer in September. It already had Catalina on it. But there's been an update to that broke other thing, so I don't know about that, and I don't know about that. It should. It's Catalina's 32 bids so I mean, 64 bit so, But if you're saying you always had, Catalina Well, then I don't know what happened could just give you real quick example. When you when you first put on the computer, you have your favorite sites up. Yeah, in the same, And it has the little the little logo of like your bank or investment company or the favorite newspaper. You go to the little logo the little Picture would come up and then you click on that. Well, they took all those away. Yes, that I know what that is. That's they updated to safari 14 and so safari changed a little bit. But you go in the settings and anyway, change your tab your new tab and you could get some of that back. But, yeah, they did change that. You're right. That was That's just because I had no idea what happened anyway. Yeah. I wish they wouldn't change things. I agree. They don't sound. Yeah. So I think the sound is a sound like it could be a fan. Does that sound right? Does it sound like it could be a fan? It could be a fan. Yeah, Like I said, just like a washing Sounds fan. Um, it could be that the there's something in the vent. That is causing it to be noisier like it's like pet hair, a duster toast crumb that could be causing to be noisier. You know, when the stores are open again, you might bring it in and say here that and they could look at it and see if there's something in the way. Yeah, well, that was my main thought. I thought well before this thing gets too old and if there's you know, Mechanically wrong with it. I better the fan in the Mac book here should not be very loud. It's not that big. This is I mean, I obviously I I heard it. I thought, what the heck is that when it's doing it look around, So the event is kind of under the screens where the hinges so look and feel if there's air coming out if it's warm. Put it up to you years. See if it sounds like it's coming from there. Um, it's it's e. I think that's probably the fan. It's all I could think about, and I think if it's too loud, maybe there is something in there. Maybe the one of the blades got bent or was defective and they could fix that. They should fix that. Because it'll get worse. So that might be. I don't think they're open. Anymore, But when you could bring it into the store, I would bring it. You got.

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New Features of Safari 14

Mac Power Users

03:13 min | 1 year ago

New Features of Safari 14

"I thought it'd be worth while to kind of dig in because safari got a lot of changes this year. It did work to now version fourteen of safari which is something that when we wrote it out like. Oh i feel really old. I remember once the fire was brand new version fourteen. It has a lot of changes in it and what it's cool like. We said earlier apples good about supporting older. Oh in terms of software update safari is is one of those examples it will run On mohave and catalina in fact came out mid september. So you probably already been using safai fourteen for a little while. But i thought we could talk through some of the features under the hood. There's some changes of flashes. Gone of course get better performance and things like javascript. Page loading apple always talents. That know safari. Superfast senate is. When's the last time you ran flash and safari though. It's been a long long time. I'm guessing me like six years. I mean flashes. Basically gone everywhere. Yeah yeah the The thing i'm most excited about really is this idea of them. Bringing in plug ins. You know an more robust plug in architecture. Yes so the the new extensions. Api we talked about this where a company or developer has an extension available to them. They've already written for chrome or firefox or something else they can bring that in through ex code. Gotta go in the mac app store. There's a new section in the maps or now for these things but they can pour these faraway easier than they used to be able to before this developing is a far extension was like a one off the way apple did it was an unusual than it used the the tool. So that's a ra- standardized or on chrome and firefox cts From a user perspective though because the far east of Based on privacy is that you can really control. The access is extensions. Have to your data so you can allow it on specific sites or all sites. You can say you only have access to this for one day. A lots of of really nice settings to limit what these things can do because a lot of these extensions work by seeing what you're doing in your browser and of course that does have privacy implications yet it gives you that great Ecosystem plug ins without the wild west mentality of like. What did this just due to my computer. 'cause and some other browsers you really don't know The so good on that. I haven't really seen the payoff on that yet. Though i mean there are several apps that i'm or plug ins and following. That aren't there yet. But i feel like that's only a question of time. Now yeah i think so. I think it will take a while. I think those will be more successful than apple's past extension programs. But i don't think we're ever going to see the wide range of things that see in something like chrome i think a lot developers won't bother with safari but for those who do. It'll be a lot less work for them.

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MacOS Big Sur Lets Apps Slip Past Security Safety Nets

Cyber Security Headlines

01:00 min | 1 year ago

MacOS Big Sur Lets Apps Slip Past Security Safety Nets

"Next up mac. Os big sur. Let's apt slip past security safety. That's a new feature in mac. Os big Allows many of its own apps to bypass firewalls. Mvp ends potentially allowing our to do the same thing in the recent beta release apple placed fifty six of its own apps including facetime and apple maps on an exclusion list allowing them to bypass firewalls and certain vpn's without user's knowledge. A twitter user named maxwell. I spotted the problem last month and now developers are crying. Foul according to jamf security researcher. Patrick wardell melwert could exploit the issue to bypass a firewall and to exfiltrated sensitive data to remote server using a simple python script that piggybacks the traffic onto an apple exempted app as of wednesday afternoon apple hadn't yet commented on the issue

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MacOS Big Sur reveals Apple secretly hates your VPN and firewall

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

MacOS Big Sur reveals Apple secretly hates your VPN and firewall

"Os big sur has exited beta and been released to the public. Despite this there is no indication that apple has changed this behavior Some default apps on macos big sur which remain in beta bypass any network firewall. Vpn connection a user has connected This behavior was first spotted by twitter user amex x. s wd and is more thoroughly explained by security researcher. Patrick wardle according to patrick on older versions of mac os. A firewall could be set up using the network. Colonel attention but on mac. Os big sur. Apple has deprecated the extension which allows for many of their apps to bypass the firewall. Patrick provides to mac. Os big sur firewall examples. Lulu and little snatch so. This is frustrating

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"big sur" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"big sur" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Yeah, absolutely last week Mac users experienced a short period of time in which apps took a little longer to watch maybe a lot longer to launch among a few other issues a Mac process called Faust D was failing in attempts to connect to OCS apple.com that was causing the delayed launches and the the issues with Mac OS it was happening at the same time as well. Sir lunch, but it was happening even two devices. That weren't using Big Sur or even trying to install Big Sur the hostname ocsp. Apple.com is responsible for validating multiple. Apple cryptographic certificates including ones used for app notarization. And that was the cause of this particular issue for developers signed software. Apple will scan your software at longy for malicious content and check ocsp to make sure there's a valid certificate and it does that because if someone does get a hold of her certificate that could make a malicious app that pretends to be the right one and then developers can revoke it. So wants to check like, okay is this still the developers signed version of this software? It's a way to prevent malware now. You may ask what happens if you're not online, the status check will just soft fail in that case and you get to launch the app. You can also override this Yourself by checking some settings and using some key word combinations, but for the most part if you're online it will do the check. And if you're not online, it'll just let you launch. Whatever is on your computer. Well. The problem last week was that the max were online but the host name was not responding properly. And so the soft failing didn't happen cuz it's like we're online we should be getting a certificate and it kept waiting waiting and waiting that problem was caused by two things a server-side Miss configuration interferes with Mac OS being able to cash ocsp responses and that combined with a second unrelated CDN Miss configuration, cause the delay now these delays only lasted for a few minutes, but it caught everybody's attention because it was widespread and that led people to look into Apple's gatekeeper security service. This is a part of that gatekeeper service. Once it became known what the problem was folks started immediately asking as we do in this day and age what info is being sent to Apple servers when I launch an app well in an updated support document Apple clarifies that the gatekeeper system does not collect users Apple ID does not collect any device identity. The company has even stopped logging IP addresses wage. To be extra safe. Those used to just be there there there with every website you visit but apple is going to go the little extra mile and say we're not even going to log the IP address we're going to just do the certificates check. And in fact over the next year. Apple will also add an an opt-out to gatekeeper security protections. So you can say like don't check I would rather fly blind and be subject to malicious apps them even pretend that I trust you. So you'll be able to do that. If you want Apple maintains, it has never combined up verification data with device information, but a lot of people were little, you know, little suspicious will sus of Apple. Yeah. Yeah. I mean the whole thing is, you know, I sort of love how this all progressed right? You know, people are like some chicken too long. Something's wrong here..

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ICYMI: Those superfast new Apple Macs

Talking Tech

01:56 min | 1 year ago

ICYMI: Those superfast new Apple Macs

"It's jefferson graham talking tech. I wanted to fill you in on apple's latest announcement which is three new computers with the new. M one chip as always apple says the new computers will be faster and they'll have better battery performance. Want to hear more. Let me fill you in. So the macbook air the thirteen inch macbook pro. Not to be confused with the sixteen inch which doesn't get the new chip. And the mac mini all the new chip so from what i picked up from the presentation. It's really the mac mini. That will be the most radical because the mac mini has always been a slower computer Aimed at people who just didn't want to spend a lot of money on computers The new one is seven hundred dollars you do. Have you do have to add in a monitor on top of that but it sounds like a pretty nice little thing to have on your desk Apples calling the chip. The emma one. They end basically if you ever get bored when apple in their presentation just tells you over and over again. About how fast these things are you snooze during this presentation because they really went into hardcore geek. I look forward to the increased power. I've not had that much trouble with my macbook pro. It's pretty fast as it is. My main issue is noise. you can get really noisy. The fan Is kinda loud and they said that one of the new computers is not going to have a fan. So i'm excited about that. Beyond that apple said the new operating system which is called big sur will be out on thursday. I look forward to seeing that. But i would recommend that everybody wait to download it to make sure that any of the apps that you're using

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"big sur" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"big sur" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Apple released mac. Os eleven big sur. On thursday. Anyway it tried to expecting the best macrumors ran a piece. Highlighting of the operating systems planned improvements including the aesthetic redesign. The ios inspired control center a notification center the changes to affari the updates messages and the list goes on. We could spend all day talking about those though. The bigger stories today is the people who spent all day trying to download and install the blessed update seeing that ran peace in the middle of the day. Thursday saying that the downloads for big sur. Were super slow and that people were encountering installation delays of hours or even days in opposed at one forty nine. Pm pacific seeing that said this seemed to be very slow with the update. Failing completely for some customers after saying had about seventeen hours remaining the big sur installation failed five or six times for one scene net reporter and now won't restart now. I pointed out the time on that because just ahead of yesterday's mac. Os ken live. I checked apple system status page. It said that. The mac os software update issue had started around ten am pacific and was resolved by one fifteen pm. That was apparently a bit optimistic at about three thirty pacific cult posted a piece under the headline apple thinks is frustrating delays in macos big sur downloads sometime later. The headline was amended with the words. Update maybe not because yeah not checking apple system status page overnight. Last night apple had updated. Its message saying users may not have been able to download muko software updates on mac computers. The timeframe listed ten am through five fifteen pm pacific. All's well that ends well yeah. I wish i can say for certain that it had in fact ended mac. Os ken listener. Eric sent me an e mail around seven pm. Pacific saying after a forty minute attempted download the update for his twenty eighteen macbook pro just decided to fail. Sad trombone says eric war and that's the one. Apparently the call went on to say thursday wasn't a banner day for several apple services and they were not kidding. Macrumors ran a piece at two in the afternoon. Saying apple is having trouble with a number of services at this time and along with problems that are preventing people from installing mac. Os big sur and slowing down third party apps apple card apple pay maps and message are experiencing issues third party apps. Yeah seem so yet. Another piece from macrumors told the long delays in launching apps or people being unable to open mac apps at all. The problem seems to have been tied to apple's developer. Id notary service as for. Apple's own services seems to have been seriously troublesome macrumors indicates that apple card and apple pay suffered a complete outage with users unable to complete apple pay transactions traffic info and navigation and rounding for maps were also unavailable that outage ran from noon pacific to one forty macrumors updated story at two thirty pacific saying that apple had resolved all of the outstanding issues. Is it possible that apple just trying to do too much in one day. In addition to the big sur release apple also released updates for some of its productivity and creativity applications one piece from apple insider says apple on thursday released updates for i work and garage band while another piece from the same site says apple updated final cut pro and logic pro. The first piece says the i work and garage band. Updates bring their design in line with the big sur aesthetic new icons and a refined design for pages numbers and keynote according to the report that plus the usual stabs and purves as for garage band. There seems to be quite a bit. That's new including customization of region colors and tracks eighteen hundred new apple loops over one hundred ninety new instrument patches and fifty vintage and modern drum kits all of that plus a bit of the big sur design language for everyone then there are tweaks for the computers coming soon. According to apple insider garage band has been tweaked to improve performance and efficiency on mac computers powered by apple silica for apple silicon that final cut pro and logic pro were updated as well and by the way. I'm not being lazy. I'm not saying the x at the end because apple's not lost. I suppose in the move from roman numeral ten to eleven

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What happened during the troubled Big Sur launch, and why

Mac OS Ken

05:36 min | 1 year ago

What happened during the troubled Big Sur launch, and why

"Apple released mac. Os eleven big sur. On thursday. Anyway it tried to expecting the best macrumors ran a piece. Highlighting of the operating systems planned improvements including the aesthetic redesign. The ios inspired control center a notification center the changes to affari the updates messages and the list goes on. We could spend all day talking about those though. The bigger stories today is the people who spent all day trying to download and install the blessed update seeing that ran peace in the middle of the day. Thursday saying that the downloads for big sur. Were super slow and that people were encountering installation delays of hours or even days in opposed at one forty nine. Pm pacific seeing that said this seemed to be very slow with the update. Failing completely for some customers after saying had about seventeen hours remaining the big sur installation failed five or six times for one scene net reporter and now won't restart now. I pointed out the time on that because just ahead of yesterday's mac. Os ken live. I checked apple system status page. It said that. The mac os software update issue had started around ten am pacific and was resolved by one fifteen pm. That was apparently a bit optimistic at about three thirty pacific cult posted a piece under the headline apple thinks is frustrating delays in macos big sur downloads sometime later. The headline was amended with the words. Update maybe not because yeah not checking apple system status page overnight. Last night apple had updated. Its message saying users may not have been able to download muko software updates on mac computers. The timeframe listed ten am through five fifteen pm pacific. All's well that ends well yeah. I wish i can say for certain that it had in fact ended mac. Os ken listener. Eric sent me an e mail around seven pm. Pacific saying after a forty minute attempted download the update for his twenty eighteen macbook pro just decided to fail. Sad trombone says eric war and that's the one. Apparently the call went on to say thursday wasn't a banner day for several apple services and they were not kidding. Macrumors ran a piece at two in the afternoon. Saying apple is having trouble with a number of services at this time and along with problems that are preventing people from installing mac. Os big sur and slowing down third party apps apple card apple pay maps and message are experiencing issues third party apps. Yeah seem so yet. Another piece from macrumors told the long delays in launching apps or people being unable to open mac apps at all. The problem seems to have been tied to apple's developer. Id notary service as for. Apple's own services seems to have been seriously troublesome macrumors indicates that apple card and apple pay suffered a complete outage with users unable to complete apple pay transactions traffic info and navigation and rounding for maps were also unavailable that outage ran from noon pacific to one forty macrumors updated story at two thirty pacific saying that apple had resolved all of the outstanding issues. Is it possible that apple just trying to do too much in one day. In addition to the big sur release apple also released updates for some of its productivity and creativity applications one piece from apple insider says apple on thursday released updates for i work and garage band while another piece from the same site says apple updated final cut pro and logic pro. The first piece says the i work and garage band. Updates bring their design in line with the big sur aesthetic new icons and a refined design for pages numbers and keynote according to the report that plus the usual stabs and purves as for garage band. There seems to be quite a bit. That's new including customization of region colors and tracks eighteen hundred new apple loops over one hundred ninety new instrument patches and fifty vintage and modern drum kits all of that plus a bit of the big sur design language for everyone then there are tweaks for the computers coming soon. According to apple insider garage band has been tweaked to improve performance and efficiency on mac computers powered by apple silica for apple silicon that final cut pro and logic pro were updated as well and by the way. I'm not being lazy. I'm not saying the x at the end because apple's not lost. I suppose in the move from roman numeral ten to eleven

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Apple Introduces New Macs With the First Apple Chips

Mac OS Ken

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Apple Introduces New Macs With the First Apple Chips

"Tuesday's one more thing event announcing three new max powered by the m one apple. Silicon didn't problems. Any target moves from wall street. Still there was reaction some of which was caught in penned by philip elmer dewitt on his apples three dot o. Blog counting company analysts chris. Sancar things apple's choice to release not one not but three am one powered. Max was bold and perhaps shows that confidence in the technologies readiness. He thinks fewer than one million of the apple. Silicon macs will sell this quarter though. He's looking for that to go up to about four million next quarter while he can't seem to say for certain he doesn't expect the move to be problematic in terms of applications. In fact he writes the opposite could be true. As the universe of ios apps will also be compatible with the new. Mac os big sur. In addition to existing eighty-six applications sank are has now performed reading on apple shares. His price target on the shares is one hundred thirty three dollars. Raymond james analysts. Chris casio things switching to in house mac. Chips will strengthen apple's ecosystem and ultimately helped to drive apple's revenue from services he's got an outperform rating on apple shares and a price target of one hundred forty dollars

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Apple unveils M1, its first system-on-a-chip for Mac computers

Mac Minutes

04:41 min | 1 year ago

Apple unveils M1, its first system-on-a-chip for Mac computers

"Apple introduced several new max powered by the revolutionary m. One the first family of chips designed by apple specifically for the mac. Apple's most powerful chip ever made 'em one transforms the mack experience with its industry leading. Performance per watt. Together with mcelwain. big sur. m one delivers up to three point. Faster cpu up to six times. A graphics processing unit up to fifteen times faster machine learning or commonly referred to as m. l. capabilities and battery life up to two times longer than before in with emlyn and big sur users get access to the biggest collection of apps ever for mac with amazing performance and remarkable new features the new lineup of 'em power. Macs are available to order. Today tim cook. Apple's ceo said the introduction of three new max featuring apples breakthrough 'em on chip represents a ball change. That was years in the making and marks a truly historic day for the mac and for apple. M one is by far the most powerful chip we've ever created and combined with big sur delivers mind blowing performance extrordinary battery life and access to more software and apps than ever before. We can't wait for our customers to experience. This new generation of mac and we have no doubt it will help them continue to change. The world finished cook. Let's now delve deeper into each of the new devices. Starting with the thin and light. Mac book air macbook. Air is apple's most popular mac and the world's best selling thirteen inch notebook with 'em one chip macbook. Air speeds do everything from editing family photos to sporting videos for the web. The powerful eight core. Cpu performs times faster than the previous generation with up to an eight core. Jeff graphics are up to five times faster the biggest leap for macbook air so immersive graphics intensive games run a significantly higher frame rates l. Workloads are up tough nine times faster so apps that use l. based features like face recognition or object detection can do it in a fraction of the time the one chip storage controller and latest flash technology deliver up to two times faster. Ssd performance so previewing. Massive images or importing. Large files is faster than ever and in mac book air. M one is faster than chips. In ninety percent of pc laptops sold in the past year with the industry leading power efficiency of 'em one macbook air also delivers performance in a fan. Less design which means no matter what users are doing it remains completely silent and the new back book air features extraordinary battery life with up to fifteen hours of wireless web browsing up to eighteen hours of video playback longest buried life ever on a mac book air when compared to the previous generation. The m one power. Mac book can export a project for the web with. I move up to three times faster. Integrate three d. effects in video in final. Click pro up to five times faster for the first time play. Back and edit multiple streams of full quality for k pro res- video in final cut pro without dropping a frame export photos from lightroom up to twice as fast us amal based features like smart conform in final cut pro to intelligently frame a clip up to four point three times faster watch movies and tv shows up to eighteen hours of battery life the longest ever on a mac book air and extend facetime and other video calls for up to twice as long on a single charge other new features and macbook. Air include. apple's latest image signal processor or isp in the am on chip which improves camera. Image quality with better noise reduction greater dynamic range and improved auto white balance and m. l. enhanced face detection so users look their best during video calls support for p. three wide color results then even more vibrant true-to-life redneck display

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Apple unveils M1, its first system-on-a-chip for Mac computers

Mac Minutes

03:18 min | 1 year ago

Apple unveils M1, its first system-on-a-chip for Mac computers

"Apple introduced several new max powered by the revolutionary m. One the first family of chips designed by apple specifically for the mac. Apple's most powerful chip ever made 'em one transforms the mack experience with its industry leading. Performance per watt. Together with mcelwain. big sur. m one delivers up to three point. Faster cpu up to six times. A graphics processing unit up to fifteen times faster machine learning or commonly referred to as m. l. capabilities and battery life up to two times longer than before in with emlyn and big sur users get access to the biggest collection of apps ever for mac with amazing performance and remarkable new features the new lineup of 'em power. Macs are available to order. Today tim cook. Apple's ceo said the introduction of three new max featuring apples breakthrough 'em on chip represents a ball change. That was years in the making and marks a truly historic day for the mac and for apple. M one is by far the most powerful chip we've ever created and combined with big sur delivers mind blowing performance extrordinary battery life and access to more software and apps than ever before. We can't wait for our customers to experience. This new generation of mac and we have no doubt it will help them continue to change. The world finished cook. Let's now delve deeper into each of the new devices. Starting with the thin and light. Mac book air macbook. Air is apple's most popular mac and the world's best selling thirteen inch notebook with 'em one chip macbook. Air speeds do everything from editing family photos to sporting videos for the web. The powerful eight core. Cpu performs times faster than the previous generation with up to an eight core. Jeff graphics are up to five times faster the biggest leap for macbook air so immersive graphics intensive games run a significantly higher frame rates l. Workloads are up tough nine times faster so apps that use l. based features like face recognition or object detection can do it in a fraction of the time the one chip storage controller and latest flash technology deliver up to two times faster. Ssd performance so previewing. Massive images or importing. Large files is faster than ever and in mac book air. M one is faster than chips. In ninety percent of pc laptops sold in the past year with the industry leading power efficiency of 'em one macbook air also delivers performance in a fan. Less design which means no matter what users are doing it remains completely silent and the new back book air features extraordinary battery life with up to fifteen hours of wireless web browsing up to eighteen hours of video playback longest buried life ever on a mac book air

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Those superfast new Apple Macs

Talking Tech

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Those superfast new Apple Macs

"It's jefferson graham talking tech. I wanted to fill you in on apple's latest announcement which is three new computers with the new. M one chip as always apple says the new computers will be faster and they'll have better battery performance. Want to hear more. Let me fill you in. So the macbook air the thirteen inch macbook pro. Not to be confused with the sixteen inch which doesn't get the new chip. And the mac mini all the new chip so from what i picked up from the presentation. It's really the mac mini. That will be the most radical because the mac mini has always been a slower computer Aimed at people who just didn't want to spend a lot of money on computers The new one is seven hundred dollars you do. Have you do have to add in a monitor on top of that but it sounds like a pretty nice little thing to have on your desk Apples calling the chip. The emma one. They end basically if you ever get bored when apple in their presentation just tells you over and over again. About how fast these things are you snooze during this presentation because they really went into hardcore geek. I look forward to the increased power. I've not had that much trouble with my macbook pro. It's pretty fast as it is. My main issue is noise. you can get really noisy. The fan Is kinda loud and they said that one of the new computers is not going to have a fan. So i'm excited about that. Beyond that apple said the new operating system which is called big sur will be out on thursday. I look forward to seeing that. But i would recommend that everybody wait to download it to make sure that any of the apps that you're

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"big sur" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"big sur" Discussed on KGO 810

"I won't talk to you a little bit about injuries because we know there was a really dramatic situation attached to the Dolan fire in the Big Sur area, where a crew of four think 14 or 15, firefighters and Dozer operators had to deploy those foil. Safety tense. I'm sure they're not made of foil, probably something else, but because it was so hot. Can you talk a little bit about firefighters and how they're doing So this has been an incredibly dangerous here, Which is how explosive these fires have been there, there. Ah, you know, have been injuries, You know? Sadly, there's even been fatalities. One of things we spend a lot of time in our agency and all fire departments is training. Making sure that our firefighters were able to do Ah, inherently dangerous job, but in a manner that is as safe as possible, But our firefighters do sustain injuries. Now, Most of those injuries are minor. Ah, twisted ankle of bee sting things that happen when you're working, you know in the outdoors, but we've had a number of very close calls on DWI. We We We look into every single one of those because we want to learn from them. We want to figure out howto prevent those types of potential serious injuries from occurring and so well. We've had a number of firefighters that have had to deploy their firefighting shelters. Azad means to stay alive and and yes, the main ingredient material that they're built out of is aluminum foil, but it is Definitely a much more complex system. Now that ah, fabric that helps us really allow firefighters to let that heap bounce off of it so that the firefighter has a chance of surviving Daniel Berlant with Cal fire. So Kim just mentioned the Dolan fire and and you know that the use of those shelters Give us an update on that fire because it seems as if that is a very concerning one as well. Right now. You know, there are a number of fires and you're going to repeat one more time. Which one? It is because we are right now. Tracking 29 major wildfires here in California. This is the Dolan fire, I believe, which is sound by big sir. Don't fire is a fire being battled by the United States for service again. Not one that Cal fire is responsible for Ah, it is burning just 10 Miles south of Big Sur. The forcers reports to us that this fire today is over 94,000 acres 26% containment. A lot of destruction has occurred there. But it is burning in a pretty remote area. But again it is ah, for service fire Show that the information that I have right now but again that fire as I mentioned 29 major fires burning across the state, and that doesn't even account for how many new fires we see every day. Every single day. We are responding to anywhere from 40 to 50 initial attack fires. And firefighters across state have done a good job of containing those quickly. It's a small percentage of fires that under the right weather conditions are really able to grow quickly, and that's where we get now. 29 major wildfires burning Let me ask you quickly the dough fire and also the August complex fire. You've said that both of those are under the control of the U. S. Forest Service. What's the difference is CAL fire responsible for California land and the's air federal properties, So California fire system is broken up into thirds. One third federal one. Third state. One third local, So the federal government as I mentioned on the third of the Lance of National Force, so the Dolan fire the August complex, all burning on national Forest. Then there's one third of the state that's in cities it's incorporated. That's where local fire departments County Fire Department fire District protect that remaining one third and kind of where the city meets the forest. That's the third that we protect, and that's mostly privately owned land. But it's areas where there's a value for the states. Specifically, we're protecting watershed. We're protecting timber that's not owned by the federal government. And so we protect about one third of Atlanta. So we work very closely with our federal in our local partners. Most wildfires, though, in California cur Within federal land and the land that we protect. What? Tell us what you know about the bear fire. So the bear fire has been one that really has been burning for almost a month, mostly up on the Plumas National Forest again a federal fire but on Tuesday when the winds really picked up. Ah, it was it allowed that fire to jump it's containment lines and ah and start burning towards a number of communities in Butte County land that we protect. Fine, so we quickly were able to send a huge response to take a stand against that fire. But unfortunately, the winds pushed the bear fire into communities like Barry Creek and Feather Falls. These are small communities outside of Ah, and around Lake Orville. It was all our firefighters could do, though, that night just to get people out of their homes just to do rescues. In fact, we rescued Over 100 people that night on so it was ah firefight that unfortunately left a significant amount of destruction and right now at this 1000.3 people confirmed dead. Do you know at this point, I'm sure you keep track.

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"big sur" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"big sur" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"If you wrote this for David but it's so well written and so crisp in how you describe this encounter this is a guy who went looking for trouble yeah he did and this is one of the best examples of someone going out for the purposes of nine months to the SS watch it is an obsession of mine is the one any truly regrets it so and if there's something about the book just quickly to mention is that many of these I did speak to for my show however there are several in the book that they didn't feel comfortable to come on the show so they just got a hold of me and Jeff through email and and over the phone privately so there are a number of surprise stories in here for people even if they're familiar with into the fray but this particular show a west title boundaries cross just like in the book and this was from a man named David so at this time he was in his twenties and as for the show so nor for the book that I disclose the location of this encounter but it meant that he was really into monster movies and books ever since he was young and he actually in the course of getting in too big for it he befriends a very prominent Big Sur researcher which again going to keep his real name out of this as well but the researcher becomes David's mentor and they spend hours and hours and hours in the woods and the mentor tells David that to him these were just gentle giants of the what they're not out there to hurt us just be respectful everything will be cool so he had read the it all that was his opinion because that's what his mentor said so the year is that two thousand one I believe and if they are in a very well known area for big.

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"big sur" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"big sur" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Final of the coast of California Big Sur area we're looking at the B. aquarium research institute found fifteen thousand holes a fellow because to Washington a phantom of the coast of California I'm sure they have more of the coast of Oregon and signs looking these depressions are wondering what they are they know the Fisher living in them now they know the other critters living in them now but they're also worried about something that could be causing these as well and that is methane methane could be exploding under the ocean and creating these holes or exploding in the ground in creating these holes bottom to see the dentist cracking open while the F. meant nothing gets out and so what you guys you got these tens of thousands of billions of tons of methane and it's stored in the sea floor most of it frozen in the arctic of course a lot of it's frozen by the sea floor and every once in awhile there's a slurry that's made of of methane in water it's called methane hydrate or methane class three and it just basically it's heavy so it stays the bottom of the floor the ocean floor it was the methane is kept at a molecular cage it's it's a bunch of frozen water molecules keeping it down keeping it from rising up when the water warms above thirty two degrees and and you you got the frozen cages of all these you know areas there they go to class three cages with the call it what it dissolves in the methane gas is released then you have a methane release and the mapping release maybe small in fact were having right now reports in the arctic people are seeing methane bubble in the the waters of the infected we're watching guys on on the internet finding methane in the water and then lighting it and I said that that's pretty stupid because it could be a big charge of methane there they let you see this little you know blue most of fire come out of the water and so the the lighting a bit see if if if we had a massive methane release in the atmosphere massive met been released that's the absolute worst case scenario we can have is you know we hope it there's no massive methane release in the atmosphere an immediate worry is whether or not electric stat looked a static charge from north quicker volcano in the ring of fire could release methane into the ocean and then electrostatic charge and even magma could ignite a fire tsunami and it was just reported that something is causing the waters off the west coast to heat up dramatically right now me Fisher dying off in staggering numbers birds that feed on these fish are dying I mean we're facing something weird right now where I mean we have the the axial act up we had a lot of earthquakes reported the beginning of October now we're hearing about a massive heating up of an area of the ocean and does all this global warming know that man this isn't this is quick this is been a quick heating of of the of the ocean and and birds are dying off Fisher dying of wives the birds eat the fish and the Fisher dying and as you look at I was just reading in Alaska public media maybe someone who's in Alaska can call and verify this but apparently issues have taken the unprecedented step of shutting down the federal cod fishery in Alaska for the you that for the year because of a lack of fish so what we're seeing is a you know these things happen in and we have never seen anything like this before it is definitely an effect our food supply it when it comes to Ikatan fission getting fish according to a report from Alaska public media the federal cod fishery in the Gulf of Alaska is closing for the twenty twenty season because stock is low and of course they're linking this strange the way the climate change but there are conditions that are pointing to seismic changes in the ocean of in the ocean floor and positive under water actually possible underwater volcanoes it may be forming deep in the ocean floor as well so you get the stock assessment of of Gulf cod populations and there is a historic well right now the end every and they have not been able to well they're saying next to no new eggs were as well that's according to the NO a a research biologist Steve Barbeau who authored the report is that the current numbers Qatar below the federal threshold that protects them as food sources for endangers stellar sea lions once below that line the total allowable catch goes to zero in other words the fishery has to shut down and of course the birds that beyond those fish are actually dying off in large numbers because of their severe lack of fish there literally dropping dead from starvation and at this point there is a much the officials can do about it is according to there's a website it's an Australian website called the big wobble of course these birds migrate to Australia but it says in November of twenty nineteen thousands of short tailed shearwaters birds migrating from Alaska or washing of dead on Sydney's iconic beaches and the bird that said nothing to do with the massive wildfires in the area thousands more short tailed shearwaters were dying I would see in what was confirmed of the incredible fish shortages in the Pacific the corpses had been spotted several shorelines including Bondi manly and canola birds were migrating back to southern Australia breed after spending a summer in Alaska but according to experts a higher number than usual are dying on their way to because of lack of food so they can call this an event a climate change events of they want but I didn't think that this is a seismic apparition and and that they in the instability of the core of this planet has resulted in magnetic fields slowdown depletion birth quicken volcanic activity and it's obvious because we had that major major blow up in New Zealand I mean I mean that that is troubling is sings a hearing that story in fact it was recent reported that there have been almost sixty thousand earthquakes at least baggage to one point five around the world in the last twelve months and where there are seismic faults there are methane pools and all the methane pool needs is to somehow be charged and indicted and boom and you have these I explain holes in it if it heats up enough to thaw then we have met been released to the atmosphere and of course since methane is a greenhouse gas than why isn't the I. P. C. C. talking about this they don't want you to know that this mapping can release into the air and it could basically do worse than CO two they want to cut back the CO two emissions but they're not thinking about the methane that could be released here maybe they are maybe they are I don't hear anything about methane but it but that's the thing now consider the unthinkable just for a moment what do you get when several hundred million tons more super heated mapping has the surface of the ocean and and what triggers is let's say is an underground volcano what do you get while your wall of fire there explode like a super bomb it would suck out one point eight trillion tons of oxygen from the atmosphere that would be a tsunami bomb that would be a wave of fire that would wipe us all out like the dinosaurs I mean five times of years history most the life on our planet has died off and it's usually an explosion of some kind and it's in and there's a lot of methane released into the atmosphere a lot of people say that that was one of the contributors to killing the dinosaurs was the release of nothing so you know this is the wall of fire I thought about when I was a kid that the way the world will go out as in a big wall of fire big like an independent state is big roiling fire that comes out of no where it could be because of methane release it can be dyed and certainly be a huge bomb and take out all the oxygen the Arab killing us all go to Bob in Washington hi Bobby on ground zero hello Clyde I want some stop on construction and they were talking about their mouths that they're taking off the ocean floors they dread **** they build freeways highways buildings all around the globe and they are there rustling are saying and I think those are sand that's been taken out of the ocean floor for construction the holes yes so I guess scientists are unaware scientists are unaware that fifteen thousand holes were just unexplainable you showing up out of nowhere off the coast of Washington and California and they think it's there's sand wrestlers yeah they they they they did exactly three feet and they have a thirty six foot well they're they're using some kind of a thread system that yeah and they're just yeah and they're and they're leaving behind these soldiers believe me I need there what are they doing them for they're taking the stand for construction for free weights for buildings all over the Middle East all that kind of thing so they're they're stealing the sand that's my opinion that's why some still in the sand yeah they have to go out in the middle of the ocean the skill the sand yep that's correct interesting and we'll see if anyone backs me up okay but see if anybody backs up all right thank you bye bye bye go to Alan in Kansas while Allen Kansas you're on ground zero yeah client idea wanted to let you know that I I don't think the main thing that you're talking about is the total because of a Kerr actually great because the north Pacific I finished I fished up there for about twenty years they're not saying methane is going the fares are saying heat is killing the fish the water temperatures killing the fish the mapping mapping is elsewhere the methane is not a problem because the methane needs to be cold to the bottom of the ocean they say that the the heating there's a area heating off the coast of California right now it's causing the fish to die and so when they swim up to Alaska they're dead they've they're there and that and the birds don't even either so we have we have a Cobb problem Adam management problem for years I want one time and the reason is that many problems for years is or years eight page two great cod during their spawning cycle they were killing our future by doing that well the official story though that I read from Alaska is is that it's because of the heating there's a there's been a massive heating and and while everybody's saying it's climate change is not it's something else it's heating the ocean I have a feeling I know what it is we're having a seismic or having some sort of a size big date or size the cabin and it's happening right now and that's why scientists are babble because they don't know if that thing's gonna blow and if it blows is it gonna release methane into the water and if it doesn't we can see the water ignite the big nights and we have a a tsunami of fire to deal with I don't I I don't disagree with that he but what I'm trying to tell the agent that isn't the only right that this is a list of been going on for years nine Oak Park back the tape and not but you might say over fishing at because the one time I put in a proposal to the Alaskan fishing game not which which the great because during the spawning cycle you start crunching numbers of how many fish that you eliminate from the bio mass it of a nominal number when you do something like that so we got a horror we have poor environmental planning then they they they didn't they they over fish the area 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"big sur" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

08:43 min | 3 years ago

"big sur" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"Awful. So. Yeah. Move on now. Okay. Now, we're moving on for. Sure. All right moving onto the geology insuring of the park. So there's a chain of mountains called the Santa Lucia mountains that rice suddenly from the Pacific Ocean Creaney steep coastline. The mountains contain some of the most complex geology in California. The Rangers made up of rock originating from seafloor volcanoes, ancient mountains, streams, beds and other seafloor sediment. And all you gotta do is Google some of the pictures on Big Sur, and you can see these amazing pictures of the coastline. Yeah. It's like the really cool ones. Where reminds me cliffs like like rock cliffs, it almost looks like Ireland. Yeah. Some of the pictures. So yeah, really cool. You got these cliffs couple hundred feet above the ocean straight drops down. Another interesting fact about big sur's there several faultlines that go through the park. So there's there's the Paulo Colorado, San Giorgio fault system. The sir hill fault system. It's very geologically active area with faultlines are those part of the San Andreas or is that somewhere else? I think that's somewhere else. Someone can correct this wrong. Okay. And as far as hiking this park. It seems like a pretty easy to moderate hikes. Nothing. Nothing too. Crazy. I think the maximum avation the park is what five six thousand feet. Yeah. Wasn't it from everything I saw like no one talked about elevations being an issue more of like pay there's allegations gain. So if you're like into flat ground walking, you might have problems, but you're a hiker it shouldn't be an issue. Yeah. And you know, that was kind of the same the same way Olympic national park was when we were there. It was nothing, you know, not a lot of elevation, but you actually to enjoy it. Yeah. You get around. You're not just exhausted climbing hills. Yeah. So that is kind of a basic overview of the park itself. Joe is going to go into the character. Profile. Verve. Yeah. We're gonna talk about Arvin now Arvin. Walter, Nelson was an African American male. He was born on March thirtieth nineteen sixty three. So at the time of his disappearance. He was fifty one. So he'd be about fifty six now body description six three two hundred pounds. So he's a tall, dude. Based on the two hundred pounds probably not super built. But I mean, a big guy big solid guy. Not overweight, not super skinny. So he had black hair short black hair Brown eyes. Who do we say he looked like he looked like Donald Glover? He looks like Donald Glover like very kind face like an approachable guy, and he was last seen in Brown, hiking boots carrying a blue backpack and leather flipflops. Basically everything we've been hearing is extremely friendly and outgoing he was a server at the Big Sur river in. He was one of those guys like everybody knows like it seems like Big Sur for the people that live there. Too tight Nick Torres community. It seemed like everybody knew him or everyone that knew of him just knew he is a great guy. So as far as personality goes awesome, dude to hang out with they say, he was a very experienced hiker in that area. Loved hiking. Yeah. I mean big I experienced hiker worked in the area. Very friendly seemed like you need due to hang out with some of the people that are going to be involved. In case you're going to hear about commander John Thornburgh of the Monterey County sheriff's office. He was a search and rescue coordinator. And then Keeley rector who's actually an executive system at the Monterey County weekly, which is a blog, and we got a lot of information off there for this case. She was a friend of Nelson says he moved there for about ten years. So and then the last thing they mentioned was the what he drives Westphal Lia. I think it has Westphal you style. VW bus. It's like, this guy is awesome. Yeah. He's a big do driving VW bus live in California lifestyle. Hiker just a fun guy. Get into the time line Arvin was planning a week long hike. He had food and water and supplies for the excited hike from the China camp trail head that's in Carmel valley through Sykes hot springs to Big Sur station. So this is a very popular hike in the area. Yeah. It's not super long, but he wanted to take his time. So he planned to arrive at Big Sur station August fourteenth. So he was going to go from the six to the fourteenth spend spend a lot of time doing it facts about the trail it's twenty three miles long with an invasion gain about five thousand five hundred feet. So again, it's hilly you can do this in a day. Yeah. You could it's you're going to be moving fast. You know, if you can average two miles an hour with breaks and stuff five six seven hours. You could do this thing. There's campgrounds along the way he was going to veer off do, you know, the hot springs, there's different places you can go. So he wanted to take his time and enjoy the countryside, essentially, so an August sixth two thousand fourteen his friend dropped him off at the China camp near toseh- HARA road. And it's really from what I've read it's really high in deep in the forest like when you get up there. It's very densely packed. We started his his hike out of the China camp very quickly within a couple of hours. He came across a cabin with. People in it. Now, these are the last two people that are going to see him alive. One of them Jack English who lived there for thirteen years in that isolated cabin in the in the vent, Ventanas, wilderness and his son Dennis. So I read up on this. I was wondering how he had a private property and the park. Yeah. Apparently, there's an auction for like a plot of land in the middle of the park inject bought it. And then he was just like I'm gonna go live in this is related cabin forever. So he was there with his son. Dennis Dennis, STAN Russell, so Denison. Jack had gone out to visit their cabinet pine valley and August six so a couple of hours later, dense was sitting inside playing guitar with his father, and he heard a voice outside asking to approach a cabin. So it was Arvin who had heard the guitar playing. And he came up to introduce himself. Dennis welcomed him in befriended Arben, and they hung out and played music and hiked around the pine valley for a couple days. So again, a great testament to the type of person this guy is yeah, he walked up to a here's music says, hey, what's going on? And now he's hanging out with these dudes for two days, hiking around so awesome guy, probably fun to hang out with. And that was the last time they saw him. So there's been conflicting reports of everyone says last seen on August six basically, these guys are saying they hung out with them for two days. And last saw the eighth so Denison, Jack, these the people who are originally in the cabin. Yeah. We're picked up by helicopter on the eighth. So they're leaving pine valley in Arvin saw them off. So you can imagine a flyaways waving them away. Arben told Dennis he was going to be staying through Saturday in total Saturday, the ninth and then hike the eleven miles to Sykes on Sunday morning the tenth. So he's detailing out. What he plans to do? He's going to hang around that area for a while. Then hype eleven miles Sykes Sunday morning on the tenth. That's the last anyone seen them. So now fast forward to August sixteenth. This is two days after planned arrival, a friend or relative of Nelson's. They haven't really documented who it was. So we don't know, but as a friend or relative called law enforcement on August sixteenth. And said Nelson had left instructions notify officials if he wasn't back biogas fourteen Thornburgh cents. Now, there's a little bit of criticism around this because. I would call him more of an avid hiker, he left his itinerary and his return date. Yeah. That somebody who's done it before because that's rule number one of here's when you should expect me back by. So if he's saying, I'm not back by this date, contact them. So he's a good idea of how long you should be out when he should be back by way to your couple days again. So that you know has supplies and is an avid backcountry person. I would consider that maybe I would have called the daily caller personally. But not calling the day. I probably wouldn't have caught myself either. Yeah. When I was in Colorado last time, and we were up in the mountains. We had a guy who stayed at base camp. And I gave him like a forty hour window of us returning. Yeah. Just because like I don't know what we're going to run into we're we are bushwack ings on like it could take really long, but I said at any point coming down mountains easier. So if I feel like it's gonna take to we're gonna turn around and come back. I know I'll be able to get back. So that's a pretty big window. Like, I said, maybe I would have waited till like the night of the second day. So if they called the next morning, I wouldn't say that was them kind of being glac full, especially

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"big sur" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"big sur" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"Uh-huh. Thousands of people have mysteriously vanished in America's Wilders. Join us as we dive into the deep end of the unexplainable and try to piece together where you are listening to locations unknown. Hello again. And welcome to the locations unknown podcast episode five on Arvin Nelson. I'm your host Mike in. I am Joe today. We're going over an interesting case from the Big Sur state park in California. I'm gonna give you a quick case summary and park profile than Joe is gonna jump into profile of Arvin and the timeline of what happened. Yeah. There's a little bit more info in this guy than our last episode. Yes, thankfully, yeah. It's gonna it won't be it won't be longer. There's a little bit more meet there. Yeah. A little more meat on the bones. He went missing in a Pfeiffer Big Sur state park in California, which is part of the Vanna wilderness. He went missing on August, sixth twenty fourteen and give you a little brief profile of what happened. He was a well known and likable man from Big Sur, California, and he was planning a week long hike through Pfeiffer Big Sur state park. He had experience and the proper supplies. According to reports he had knowledge of the area. But after a few days on the trail, he just vanished never her ever again or seen again never seen. Again. His location is unknown. Which fits good for our podcast. Yeah. So there's a high level profile of of Arvin, and I'm going to jump into the location profile. Like, I said this is Pfeiffer Big Sur state park, California. It's near the city of Big Sur, it's within the Ventanas wilderness. And I think Joe you said, it's it's south of San Francisco on the coast. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's it's it's kind of temperate climate all year round, not too high too low a lot of places in California just kind of perfect as far as weather goes. So give you a little history about the park Pfeiffer. Big Sur state park was named after a guy by the name of John Pfeiffer. He lived in a cabin. They got the name from. He lived in a cabin on the property beginning eighteen eighty four he was the son of a gentleman named Michael Pfeiffer, and Barbara lag leg wet. I don't like it lack. The Pfeiffer family immigrated from France and Ramon the first European settlers in the area. Many features and Big Sur named for the descendants of the fibers. That's funny. Like think about it nowadays that guy is lived in a house there right now, he just lived somewhere nays. Yeah. Like parks named after all this stuff's named after like some guy who's lived in a cabin first. Mover advantage location location location. Yeah. So let's fast forward. A couple of decades now to nineteen thirty John Pfeiffer had the app sell land to Los Angeles developer for two hundred and ten thousand dollars. So a lot of money. Yeah. The thirties. Holy cow. Yeah. That's a lot of cash. The developer wanted to build a subdivision on the land. I'm guessing in I already know the answer. But this stink over to well people in the state at the time. It said, you know, Pfeiffer and said sold seven hundred acres to the state of California in nineteen thirty three. So he's early times conservational has basically, it's it's amazing even back then big money to give the land of the state for have it not be developed. Yeah. Even back, then when you know, there's a lot more wide open parts of the country. People still didn't like to see natural areas. Get bulldozed. And so that's interesting to note in nineteen thirty four the Monterey Bay area. Council built a makeshift camp wing within the park, but it was abandoned after the nineteen thirty seven summer camping season the next year the boy scouts built a camp. I don't even know how to say that selene in another location within the park. The site was improved until nineteen Forty-five when limitations of the site closeness to the public camping facilities and jurisdictional conflicts between the scouts and the state forced the council request reimbursement from the state. Artist back, then it was probably armed dispute. I. Yeah. That time like you probably could've got violent days have been like, but we need to raise our derby cars. They're back then like, we've got Boeing Aero's and knives. I just that's funny. The way it's is your dictionary. Conflicts with wing the scout. And the date force the counselor quest reimburse. That's awesome. It costs eight thousand dollars and they requested eight thousand dollars in reprove reimbursement from the state. So it says the something went down. Yeah. Who knows maybe we don't wanna know scouts in. The state says the council continued to use the camp until nineteen fifty three then these scouts began building camp, PICO Blanco. I don't know why you said it like that.

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LadyGang

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"big sur" Discussed on LadyGang

"So we went to do our nears eve situation yellow panties. In Big Sur. I were blue pennies for peace and serenity this year. If anybody doesn't know what I'm talking about. We wear a certain color. I wanted to wear yellow. And then I forgot and then nowhere would over me. A pair of yellow is money. I know it didn't work that. We are. I did it though. My works last year. That's true. And all I had was read again. I'm like don't need more. Love could use always. Wow, chooser Zack. We're read this year because he passionate. I was like, well if I'm not wearing it, then we're not you're not getting it probably more sucked more sex thing. But I were blue which means the opposite of sex is peace and serenity lazy. Anyways. I had a sober new years. You didn't drink. I just I really overdid it like all day. In lady gang makes us alcoholics. And I realized I can have fun sober. Oh, you can I could be sober person. Oh, I can offend sober. I it was almost better having fun right now while yeah, this is I mean, oh giant ever thought that I was keeping I didn't really consciously go into it being like I'm going to be sober. I just every time the waiter will come. I'd be like I'm good like maybe later. I don't know. And then I just got to a point where I was like I've had a really nice night and like good. What old? Yes. But everyone I was with was my age as did or older, and like drinking so did doctrine Zach Zach cannot drink was he disappointed that you weren't like getting wasted. You join us. He was fine. He's like whatever because I don't really ever get like drunk drunk where I'm actually any fun. So it's not like he felt like he was missing how thing. Yeah. I also think that I had my first sober not sober. My first not hung over g. I wasn't because I will. I went skiing on New Year's Eve. And like when you ski you have to like take verbal shots and you have drink half to. So I was drunk in the day of New Year's Eve. And then by the time that we even got ready for New Year's Eve night. I don't like going out at night at all now with so especially when I'm hung over at five PM. So by the time, we even went out. I was like I had maybe one glosses champagne came home at eleven and went to bed. So it's pretty good. Yeah. January one feeling good. I felt great while you're drink a bunch of coffee full great myself in new Kashmir.

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"big sur" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"big sur" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Email pile. In my box goes Big Sur Lincoln box. Crazy absolutely requesting to connect and all kinds of great stuff. But what I wanna make sure we talk about is just knowing yourself first. And then you can kind of get this path together. There's some great resources. And of course, starting a business is what I kind of specialize in. That's neat right now in our economy because over a third of all corporate jobs are ten ninety nine. So you're on your own without any insurance and without any kind of net underneath you. If you will that's a huge number. It's a third right. Third of anything is is too big. So it's got to be a part of the search. So I'm that guy that go. If self-employment was going to be a part of your thought process, and it should be right. Yeah. How do we go about it? And there's a lot of flavors of self-employment. There's many many, but a couple of the things that I wanna make sure folks have as a parallel path because that can't be your only path. I don't think you know, you've got maybe have some sustainability. In the meantime, while you get these things figured out. So bridge job might be important or just not be a corporate gig. That's right for you. Right now, just like renting is great for right now. Owning how home is great for. Then maybe but passport to employment is one group that I want to touch on. Yeah. Real quick back at what is a bridge job not construction. We're not building anything engineering clarify civil engineering here bridge that might be a temporary job. Could be seasonal could be something that you know, isn't good for your skill set. But you really just need to make a couple of dollars. In the meantime bills. Yeah. That'd be a bridge. Shop something where you might be able to connect to the next job you have. And that's the bridge over that. We're talking about I think a lot of people do that to even when when they're starting their own business. You know, just having something that pays the bills that might be something you don't even like, but. It's giving you what you need. So you can do what you want. That's right. And so how can people find let's say they're just they have no idea where to even start. Okay. There's two big things. I want to touch on one is password to employment mentioned earlier. So this is an outreach of a church of the crossing on the north side. And so they've got accountability groups they've got a weekly Monday meeting where everything gets started. There's weekly classes, and these volunteers are amazing. And so it's a huge outreach of that debt church. Because when do you find when you find yourself a question the most with your faith, probably when you're wondering why you're here, and you're not working that's a big thing. So this church decided to tackle that about a decade ago. And so there's so many great things that they teach they've interviewed over four hundred different hiring managers HR, folks and recruiters, and they're teaching that structure and system to a good search self employment is one of those pieces something else, I wanna lead to listeners with if you're going to apply for a job if you've ever felt like your application ends up in the black hole. Yes. Okay. So make sure that you go run your resume through. Through. This thing called job scan is a great website developed out on the west coast..

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"big sur" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"big sur" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Before. Earned that one? Yeah. That was a trip to Big Sur in the Ford. Flex was awesome. She was a great car. She was just about four times to some. And that's not a small car. So. Yeah. Then I grabbed Kate. And yet come on. We're going to go look at RV's. And that was that was the start of it. Yeah. Somewhere in there. Your mother talked about her regrets. My mom and dad kept saying will travel when we retire? We'll do this. When we retire. We'll go here when we retire. And then my dad retired and guts, it got cancer, actually, two different kinds of cancer and he passed away. And that is my mom's biggest regret is. She didn't get to travel the way she wanted to in. We took her lung on a couple of trips, but unfortunately, our lifestyle in our tra- way. We travel is not that for an eighty seven year old woman and she was game. Oh, she was game. She tried and she had a good time. But the less time we took her with us. When by the time, we got home. She was exhausted. She was really tired Kita vacation from. Yeah. Yeah. Probably spilling all the dirt on your childhood to me. She never shut. Hey. Oh, I ask. You know? I got some bitter. I.

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"big sur" Discussed on Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"big sur" Discussed on Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

"It took. For her to do what she did next. You have to remember it really was a very different world back in nineteen Ninety-seven. There were no major celebrities who were openly gay. There are no major gay characters on television was long before gay marriage. Of course was legal, and we simply didn't talk about sexuality gender issues and being gay the same way we do today. Ellen coming out was a first in the history of television. And it sparked a backlash from advertisers and religious groups it also sent shockwaves through her own life. I certainly didn't ever think that I was gonna come out period. I didn't think I'd be coming out on a show ever. But someone gave me for a gift. A course at a place called Eslava up in Big Sur, it's kind of like a a hippie retreat place, and you go, and and just, you know, no TV and no music, and no anything it's just meditation and different things in different courses. And there was a course called changing, the inner dialogue of your subconscious mind. So I thought that would be an interesting course to take because I wanted to know what the inter dialogue of my subconscious mind was, and it was scary and crazy, and what came out of listening to what I've been saying to myself as would I still be famous. Would they still love me if they knew I was gay, and my fear was no they wouldn't. And then it made me feel shame that I was hiding something. It made me feel shame that I couldn't be honest and really be who I am..

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"big sur" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"big sur" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It so much in this? I'm not speaking about you personally. But you know, we see something, and we use our common sense. Just like you said there if I look out from the hills there in Big Sur, and I see the ocean. And it looks like it's flat. Then I could say the earth the scientists, what are they talking about the earth's flat? You mentioning the crowd may be the anti Christ. Well, fuelling Armsterdam, and what trying to disarm Iran now. What makes Iran so bad and Saudi Arabia? So good. Especially how we do have a lot of reports of horrible treatment by the Saudi rain regime of their own people. Yes. So so thing the thing that I try to do I've been a news hound since I was eight. In fact, my eight birthday was October twenty ninth nineteen sixty two the date that World War three would have happened. If.

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