24 Burst results for "Chief Designer"

"chief designer" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

04:33 min | 8 months ago

"chief designer" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Doubtful that the junkers pilot knew much about the young 22 year old airman with his flimsy little aircraft, but the gaunt and weathered baron was well known to von Koenig, this was the crazy barren as the Americans had dubbed him. More formerly known as. Von hoon felt life hadn't been easy, but it certainly lived it to the full. He grew up in east Prussia and his childhood had been marked by several serious illnesses, which left him blind in his left eye, and near sighted in his right, a condition which he corrected with a monocle. After studying philosophy and literature at Berlin university, he tried to join the German air service as a volunteer to fly and fight in the First World War, but he was rejected because of his poor health. That didn't stop him, however, he was accepted as a motorcyclist, and he served at the front until he was badly wounded in both legs. After several operations he was left with one leg, shorter than the other, and was unable to remain in military service. He became a diplomat, and then served as a spokesman for the noid a Deutsche Lloyd shipping company. Von hunefeld never lost his interest in aviation, and he was inspired by a generation of groundbreaking pilots such as old carm Brown, who completed the first nonstop transatlantic flight. Burden Bennett, who had flown over the North Pole, and Charles Lindbergh, who had crossed the Atlantic solo. The mighty first flights were fast being conquered. So in a field set his sights on one of the few remaining. Crossing the Atlantic west to east had been the chosen direction because of the prevailing winds that would aid flights in that way. As yet, nobody had succeeded in flying a crossing against the wind, from east to west, even though it had been nearly a decade since the first successful crossing in the favored direction. In 1927, huna failed bought two young coast W 33s from the Yonkers company in dessau, and named them after nor did deutsches Lloyd's two flagships. The SS Bremen and the SS Europa. His ambitious flight was being supported by two key personnel, Hermann Cole, a World War I pilot, and now head of the night flying department of Deutsche Lufthansa. And Hugo Yonkers himself, the chief designer and owner of junkers aircraft works. The W 33 was a fine aircraft for the time. Made from dear aluminium. It was a low winged cantilever monoplane, something of a departure from the contemporary planes being produced in the UK and the U.S.. Early ones had an open cockpit. But who failed featured a comfortable enclosed space for the pilots. Powered by a single junkers L 5 6 cylinder water cooled in line piston engine, producing 306 horsepower. It could cruise along at over 90 miles an hour, and modified versions would set many records, such as an endurance flight of over 52 hours, and a height record of nearly 42,000 feet. With the renowned aviator Hermann Cole, the barren set off bow Donald in Ireland in 1928. There they met James Fitz Morris of the Irish air corps, who was to become their third crew member, and whose aid would be invaluable. Although aviation met forecasting was in its infancy, it had grown considerably in the 9 years since all car and Brown made their first flight. The British met office now received twice daily observations from 75 North American stations, plus a dozen or so from ships making the Atlantic crossing. They were able to provide the pilots with winds at the surface and 2000 feet, general weather, low cloud details, visibility and sea state. Having arrived in.

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"chief designer" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"chief designer" Discussed on No Agenda

"Thing for sure. He's losing weight. She has news consultant. Bob carlin has watched him battle obesity over the years. He was Pretty seriously overweight and now he's heading back down you can see it. Not just in his face but on his wrist where his watchband seems to have been taken in another notch healthy lifestyle or his gene starting to catch up with him. Both his grandfather and his father died of heart problems in his speech. Kim said north korea must remain ready for war. What he also seemed ready for negotiations with the biden administration. He talked about what he's called the evolving policy of the new administration c. Sounds as if he's saying. Things are moving in the right direction. Us intelligence says warned quote. Little kim remains strongly committed to nuclear weapons. Efforts could include the resumption of nuclear weapons and intercontinental ballistic missile testing kim's real intentions. Remain a mystery. But it's safe to say that while he's losing weight he's also gaining nuclear weapons county. I mean what. What is this. The nuclear weapons. Oh scary. but he's losing weight. I don't get it. Kim jong cross fit everybody. I don't understand the the the problem that they can't just report on what an actual threat may be. Anyone said anything. No all they do. Is they notice. The guys lost some weight to they got to come out and make whole story about its. Tmz st mc. Yeah and it sounds like and then we have this little ditty get the biggest kick out of stories from hermit kingdom guests slip by any stories out makes no sense. This is nbc now about china's latest space explorations. And i wanted to wait before you continue. Sorry whatever happened to north korea being this big cyber threat to a bunch of hackers. Whatever happened to that. Whatever happened at storyline. How come only sony. Why not Disney why not anybody since sony go after some Go after cnn. Cyber gun after anybody they all bullcrap. They never had a cyber threat. But okay i just had to get but what we did. Get a lot of embarrassing stuff. The street which i think didn't that ultimately lead to harvey weinstein in some odd way. Maybe it's possible right off because there are some notes in maybe all right. Here's nbc news. On china tonight of i china's sending astronauts to its new space station blasting off from the gobi desert six and a half hours later docking two hundred forty two miles above the earth. This is a for china. it's portugalete power. It's getting there fast. The chinese station called tian gong or heavenly palace. He's a quarter of the size of the international space station but a rival china frozen out of the iss by us security concerns but the iss. Getting old china could have the only space outpost. This phase of the chinese space program is something they'd be chomping at the bit to do for a decade now the unusually public fanfare time for the communist. Party's hundredth anniversary next month. Shows china's growing confidence having also just landed a rover on mars are china and the us now. Technically more advanced says the mission's chief designer but china develops space programs for its own needs despite a ban on cooperation. Nasa sent congratulations while tonight high above the earth. Chinese astronauts smiled waved and took their place in history. So we have a counter to this to this new bitch space station. The chinese have We have a program of our own which is going to really change. Space travel at nasa made a commercial. We're on a mission back. Woody flunking opportunity equal opportunity to challenge and inspire two learn to reach those he's never reached before us and to advance equity to shatter boundaries and break down barriers across america. Great.

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"chief designer" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"chief designer" Discussed on No Agenda

"For sure. He's losing weight. She has news consultant. Bob carlin has watched him battle obesity over the years. He was Pretty seriously overweight and now he's heading back down you can see it. Not just in his face but on his wrist where his watchband seems to have been taken in another notch leading a more healthy lifestyle or his gene starting to catch up with him. Both his grandfather and his father died of heart problems in his speech. Kim said north korea must remain ready for war. What he also seemed ready for negotiations with the biden administration. He talked about what he's called the evolving policy of the new administration c. Sounds as if he's saying. Things are moving in the right direction. Us intelligence says warned quote. Little kim remains strongly committed to nuclear weapons. Efforts could include the resumption of nuclear weapons and intercontinental ballistic missile testing kim's real intentions. Remain a mystery. But it's safe to say that while he's losing weight he's also gaining nuclear weapons county. I mean what. What is this. The nuclear weapons. Oh scary. but he's losing weight. I don't get it. Kim jong cross fit everybody. I don't understand the the the problem that they can't just report on what an actual threat may be. Anyone said anything. No all they do. Is they notice. The guys lost some weight to they got to come out and make whole story about its. Tmz st mc. Yeah and it sounds like and then we have this little ditty get the biggest kick out of stories from hermit kingdom guests slip by any stories out makes no sense. This is nbc now about china's latest space explorations. And i wanted to wait before you continue. Sorry whatever happened to north korea being this big cyber threat to a bunch of hackers. Whatever happened to that. Whatever happened at storyline. How come only sony. Why not Disney why not anybody since sony go after some Go after cnn. Cyber gun after anybody. They all bullcrap hybrid threat. But okay. i just had to get but we did get a lot of embarrassing stuff. The street which i think didn't that ultimately lead to harvey weinstein in some odd way. Maybe it's possible right off because there are some notes in maybe all right. Here's nbc news. On china tonight of i sending astronauts to its new space station blasting off from the gobi desert six and a half hours later docking two hundred forty two miles above the earth. This is a for china. it's portugalete power. It's getting there fast. The chinese station called tian gong or heavenly palace. He's a quarter of the size of the international space station but a rival china frozen out of the iss by us security concerns but the iss. Getting old china could have the only space outpost. This phase of the chinese space program is something they'd be chomping at the bit to do for a decade now the unusually public fanfare time for the communist. Party's hundredth anniversary next month. Shows china's growing confidence having also just landed a rover on mars are china and the us now technically go to. Us more advanced says the mission's chief designer but china develops space programs for its own needs despite a ban on cooperation. Nasa sent congratulations while tonight high above the earth. Chinese astronauts smiled waved and took their place in history. So we have a counter to this to this new bitch space station. The chinese have We have a program of our own which is going to really change. Space travel at nasa made runa mission of equity flunking opportunity equal opportunity to challenge and inspire two learn to reach those. He's never reached before us and to advance equity to shatter boundaries and break down barriers across america. Great.

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"chief designer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"chief designer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The weekend is spending $7 million of his own hard earned money on his Super Bowl halftime show. Right. I mean, like they spend money, But he's adding another 70. He wants more light, Seymour. You know, glamour, I would spend like $50 dollars E mean, if he can spend $78 million Doing that. How much money must have you worth? Well I have a lot more than that, But I mean, I think we see year after year, the kind of insane boost that artists get from the Super Bowl. It's an investment only he would get the boost. If he did. He did have that. I'm guessing that he is very exacting in particular and win any Grammys, you know, and he wasn't nominated and he was very upset. I think he's trying to show them what he what they missed out on. I think he wants it. I mean, he wants to, you know, once in a plus name one of his songs. You don't know the weekend, so don't look it up. Don't look. Don't go to your computers. I knew not go to your computer. Don't know the names. I can literally chiming one in my head right now. Can't you don't have your head hum it in the microphone. No, I'm not gonna do that. I don't want to turn anybody. Okay, but I mean, he has. I know he's good songs. Okay, So you're saying he has good song? Yeah, yes. Good songs. I just think he should keep his money Or maybe instead of a stage, he could have just donated it to meals on wheels out, just saying Out. Could have done a good show and still, you know. Well, I guess we'll see at the show if it pays off. Hope. Are you looking forward to the weekend? Yeah. Yeah, for that Entertain energy. Yeah, both. I'm looking. But no. Um, I think he also my friend, his one song. Blinding lights might is blinding light. My one friend. Yeah, it loves that song. And I think he I think he filmed it before the music video before the pandemic, But he paid the clear out What the Vegas Strip. I think so. He's no shy of spending. Money for what he wants a few bars. Hope I do not. I don't want to scare our listeners is just a perfectionist, and he wants it to be right wants to just nail it. It's like the biggest stage he's ever gonna be on. You know what his real name is? No, I did, but I forgot. OK, that's really so much useful information here talk like people that I know you don't like to Google on the fly, but you can do it Do that. Meanwhile, here's some fun facts that you could use at with your your virtual or imaginary party tomorrow. Um, did you know I've got it? Okay? Able Macken in just say, Well, no wonder he was by the weekend. Yeah, I kind of like the name. Abel. Abel. Abel. I like that, too. I couldn't be able weekend. Yeah. Okay. Did you know Mom and be honest? Did you know that Tiffany and company makes the Lombardi Trophy which goes to the winning Super Bowls? When I In fact, did my research for this show you do research? That's when I found out. I did not know ahead of time. But this week I found out and was kind of surprised. Not only do they do the trophy for the Super Bowl. But they do ah, Whole bunch of other trophies, including the one of the big tennis championships. My screen just froze. So I can't tell you which one it is. But they do for, um Basketball. They do many different ones, and they've been doing the Lombardy trophy from the very first Super Bowl. So what do you think of that? I think that's just fun to know. It's just good. Good. You should be a info. I mean, you wouldn't think of Tiffany's is being the one that would be doing it. And, um They? In fact, the chief their chief designer, who's this was in 1967. Vick. Pete Rozelle, who was the commissioner came to him. They asked his name is Oscar riding her. He was a Swiss native who knew little about football, but he came up with the idea while he was eating breakfast. And he did a blueprint of a football atop kicking T. Was it the Wheaties or what? I don't probably because that's the breakfast of champions. But they Tiffany's does as I say. Um many other trophies as well. Um, the tennis champion. What's her name? The girl who is now Winning all of the championships, and she's now Louisville Thanh spokesperson. We talked about her last week. Two weeks ago. You can't member her name. I saw a picture of her holding a trophy that she had, um one at one of her tennis things that I can remember the great the subject because right now God, what did I do? Okay, Here we go. Let's start over. Let's have a little do over. Let's switch gears completely okay? Let's have a moment. Could we please For Cicely Tyson? Yes. Oh, Vogue did a lovely, lovely triple. They sure did, um and kind of went through. Six decades of glamour with Sicily Taison and chronicled her influence on fashion was died. Six died. I Di d six. Yes, it was interesting to I did see on, um Kelly and Ryan. She had actually taped a segment just two days before she died. Wow, that because she hasn't had a new book, Yeah, out and she, you know In the 19 fifties, when she was a model and get ready for this. She earned $65 a week. $65 a week. Yes, but she was so influential. And, um, you know, really one of the the Trail Blazers for black women, and I mean, just had amazing, impeccable style of her own you. I mean, were you a fan? Do you have memories of her? No, I mean, I know. Oh, goodness. No. Okay. I mean, I'm not quite that old do you will know, But I mean, in the sixties seventies, she was still I mean, but I You know, I really don't remember her is a lot of like, Okay as an actress, Yes. As an actress, Okay, But, you know, they said that she She was one who Thought about every detail of her wardrobe and wanted to make everything look great for not for too many years, but she was married to Miles Davis and she said he was a certified stepper. Those were her words, and he was a fashion icon in his own right. And she was as invested in her outfits. He was as she was in hers. And she said, wherever the two of us turned up, Oh, boy, would we turn some heads? Her by her autobiography or not, sir. Biography that just came out. It's called just as I am. So if anyone's interested in reading that, but Vogue did a wonderful job of Showing some of her great outfits through all of the years. Yep, Up until just a couple years ago, and she looks stunning and with high heels on, really, I mean, really, quite amazing. Vogue said that she was a symbol of Cicely Tyson was a symbol of ageless style. Every decade, she evolved, found ways to celebrate black talent..

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"chief designer" Discussed on The Retrofuturist Chronicles

The Retrofuturist Chronicles

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"chief designer" Discussed on The Retrofuturist Chronicles

"In fact peer pressure means that being the odd duck is highly unpopular after just a few years of being instructed to sit quietly in their seats the obligation to follow the rules takes precedence. Compliance is rewarded. An innovation is often frowned upon the desire to be creative may come naturally to young children but creative ability must be nurtured. It's far easier to kick over a sandcastle than it is to make one educational institutions put great emphasis on standardization on math science in linguistics literature c. Which are necessary skills but they often do so at. The expense of creative literacy at sap often our customers come to us a little bit like miranda. They may be overwhelmed by the current situation. Some may not feel empowered and they may fear the future. They know that the status quo is not acceptable but they may not know where or how to start innovating. Sap is a bit like on. Natalie we see the best in people and we appreciate the challenges. they're facing. we inspire them with success stories and we show them how to transform and run as innovative intelligent enterprises and we at sap continue to innovate as well because we want the best run companies to run even better innovation is rarely popular or easy but is absolutely vital and important that senior executives get on board. There will always be naysayers but it's always great to innovate. We'd like to thank valued partner cap gemini for their support of this program. Stay with us to hear a discussion with. Sap's chief designer and futurist martin was asking and pretty laudi. Vice president of industry marketing for sap to learn more about patient centric healthcare and how sap is inspiring the future or read more about the second floor of thermodynamics and innovation in the health sciences industry in our related blogs series. Now here remote in deep. Thank you helen in this final episode of the retro-futurism chronicles miranda's inspired by the future. Future way she's creating juvenile alt-right websites and support groups. What that really signifies is a balance of power in healthcare as a shifting from providers to consumers and to those companies who are engaging with the consumer thus the most important trigger for digital transmissions the healthcare consumer and. Natalie speaks about the law of second the second term. And that makes here. It's the tendency for things to drift towards chaos. This is an interesting concept. Innovations the active adding.

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"chief designer" Discussed on The Retrofuturist Chronicles

The Retrofuturist Chronicles

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"chief designer" Discussed on The Retrofuturist Chronicles

"The ability to locate a manage those assets based on experience is vital. We'd like to thank valued partner cap gemini for their support of this program. Stay with us to hear discussion with. Sap's chief designer and futurist mountain was ascii and pretty family vice president of industry marketing for us ep to learn more about leveraging the past to instruct the future or read more about the disappearing phenomenon and the oil and gas industry in our related blog series. Now here martin and pradeep thank you. Helen as you've just heard in this episode and natalie is talking about the disappearing object phenomenon and is offering five different explanations for missing tanker for large enterprises like those in the oil and gas industry that are managing thousands of acids. This is a real challenge because these are asset intensive industries successful oil and gas companies are those that are actually able to maximize their asset performance with real time insights predictions and simulations. So this is important. Not just good times but also in bad times. Let's talk about bad times. The pandemic crisis is is a real issue for the oil and gas industry. Demand for oil has dropped dramatically. And so i guess. Companies are scurrying around trying to figure manage cash flows. They want to streamline their operations cut down their cost defined determine which acids to turn down which to turn up for example which will should be. Shut down which what mix of products to change. If you're refinery which. Petro chemicals do you want to make more of which you wanna make less of all these require some very granular understanding of the business to be able to find tune and optimize it under flip on the flip side the positive new opportunities that can come out of managing your assets. Well if you know the health of your assets if you know how your assets are being used you can now get a window into new business model. For example you could then go movement a new business model suggests when you're offering assets to the.

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"chief designer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"chief designer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Chief designer for the new Ford Bronco, a hotly anticipated sport ute, which Goes on sale early next year. Let's talk a little bit about the future of cars and designs and technology. One of things I was kind of fascinated by was the Mak e platform chassis. Something that the Mustang Maki truck is going to be based on how versatile is something like that, or we're going to see other vehicles coming out using that platform and in general To most car makers like to come out with a versatile platform that you could put a variety of different vehicles on well, I can't comment on future product actions. Of course, I'm sure you'll appreciate this industry highly secretive, but it's a secret. To accept that we need to get some of technologies We used vehicles are so critical so expensive to develop that Reese is really important and so This funny were turned that platform. Newly manufactured platform strategies or which platform is this new vehicle based upon so a degree of reason is typical in the industry, but the platform can refer to otherwise usually hidden under body of the vehicle. Taken her to the electrical infrastructure, the safety systems on also power train as well. So to that point, you know the Bronco produced, you know, we're launching and really three Broncos Broncos to lord of Uncle Ford on the Bronco sport. To the two in the four door of sharing a platform with one of our trucks. The ranger, in fact, how they modified on developed in tune, Teo really suit the off road. Face that we're designing for the Broncos for most closely related to something like the escape very different again. It had Boston that investment put into it to ensure that its capability off road That's sort of the staggering frankly, but that's how you use a platform to enable you to be used more vehicles affordably, so some manufacturers come up with a very recognizable Common design or user interface across their entire product lines for doesn't exactly do this, But when I look at the Bronco, I can imagine elements of that finding its way into other vehicles. What is it about BMW? Probably more than anybody has a certain design F those that you see literally in every single vehicle. Tell us a little bit about the decision making that goes into the idea of Line up being similar or very, very distinct from each other. I think for a number of years decades that we've seen this has been a typical strategy for views it as well. But No, it's our automotive. Face it stretched. When we look at vehicles, which aren't necessarily, you know, got necessary four doors and a roof. I have got another form factor to them. Is the point where some of these design languages could become quite challenged. They don't quite make it becomes quite difficult to apply that language of a low, sleek Sudan, for example. To a semi truck. Or to a fine machine or to a robot drone or whatever. So he can become a limitation on. I think we've been quite smart, Actually, Brandon saying. Well, you know what Everyone loves a personality. You know, we turn on the TV. We love to see these personalities. These catches that we stand out different to one another. And if you watch chat show and everybody on it was exactly the same. I know you want to see The differences, and it creates tension and excitement and discourse. And so You were very lucky and forgot. We have the name place so iconic that we can we can build on and really focus down on so Mustang on Broncos. Another transit, frankly, another one on a cz Well, and I think then once you've Taken this idea that it's cool, but it's got great potential in its differences, but we've been in free to focus down on doing exactly the right thing for that. Particular names like which is why then you know Bronco doesn't like a store, for example, is important of the difference of the maid. There might be elements off. You know, the Broncos technology. We potentially could use Elsewhere in our system, and that would be sensible, good business practice to do if it offers the customer, another vehicle line, a tacit improvement, but in terms of appearance now we need to do things for Broncos are true to Bronco. How you respect the brand, but it's also how you build a brand going forwards. Ford announced a plan to work with Riviere's platform as a way to jump start on acceleration towards a either a hybrid or an electric future. Kind of interesting. I don't really recall for doing anything like that in recent memory. Is that just a way to hedge their bets against the internal combustion engine? Or is it something new Because technology allows you, Teo. Try things like that that you couldn't do previously a combination of all of those things you know we have. That's a very spectacular piece of investment, and it's very Exciting news. We working with other companies all the time, but their names will be not very common unless you work inside car industry, So I think a manufacturer like Ford wants to do the back. You know, and once tio progressive could be possible. Miria of different directions. Depending on the needs of the products on the on the user. I think the reason is intensively that the more public version of that, but we were inside the car industry. We could talk about all of the microscopic ones right down, Teo. A full company might have invented an interesting way of molding a switch. You know, that would also be a method of trying to advance the subject of car and truck boards for us. Competitive, quite fascinating. You earlier mentioned graphene. How important our materials like graphene in creating very lightweight but very strong materials. That could be used in future products. You know, I've yet to see Griffin really being used versus the promises that were originally made. But I think the key is that we we just need to be super Open. Open minded and constantly looking towards so You know, Occasionally, someone might say what car they will find out. Then you go tell you but the people who produced it and do not necessarily Get out to produce something that looks the same everything else that their eyes on the future, But you know if you're doing a one off Yeah, you could make things out of exotic materials and unobtainable. They really challenged reported designed to try and take those principles and bring them to the everyday person want to do involving as well. That's a heck of a challenge on so you know, you can't blame a chap for dreaming those dreams. Sometimes they turn into reality. No, keep pushing. So let's stick with the issue of reality when you're early in design process of any product. How are you balancing budget restrictions? And what I mean by that is you have your internal cost structure and you have to work with that. But you also have Ah. Targeted M S R P. What the vehicle is going to go on sale for how did those elements come into play as you work your way through the process. There are people from clever designer talk about numbers believed, I think way. Want to make profit making vehicles? Of course we do on there are lots of different influences upon that. You can't know laid in a vehicle for the unnecessary component tree that the customer won't appreciate and expect to improve your bottom line. So you've got to be. I think quite Focus on adding things, the vehicle where it's really necessary and where it's going to be really appreciated. First and foremost, a constant tension between you know what we.

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"chief designer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"chief designer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It into our particular into our engineering cat software. Then it became A layer of information in amongst all the other ladies information that we were doing at the time. So we took our best guess on the platform and power, train and cooling packs have always owned the light to allow to go. Bones where we think we need to clear points for crash, for example, visibility cones for radar. In their myriad of other things that we need to accommodate. If you imagine a cad engineering software with all these Multitude of inputs, and the hovering somewhere in the middle of it all is 19. Six TWOS Bronco. It was pretty unusual, actually, quite fascinating. Coming up. We continue our conversation with Paul rate chief designer of the new Ford Bronco discussing the future of automobiles. You're listening to masters in business with very results on Bloomberg Radio. How long will it take for the economy to recover? How many of them have remained on the job? Throughout this people are not going to be in public transportation. Nobody knows you have received £600 million in the UK, but we can promise the most complete information and the most detailed analysis. The question is what kind of recovery will be to every twist and turn? Would you be wary of investment in China? At this point Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg The world is listening. The world's financial decision makers.

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"chief designer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"chief designer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He is the chief designer of the 2021 Ford Bronco and automotive icon that was just Reintroduced to the public, So I'm an enthusiast. I have a Jeep Rubicon, and I'm kind of a fan of some of the older Toyota Eff Jay's and Ford Broncos and Land Rover defender nineties. And all of these have just gone crazy in the collector market. So the question I have for you what took so long to bring out a new Bronco? Well, that's a very good question. I think you're right. I think we've seen a shift in the in the classic car market is saying a lot of attention to the vehicles that you just listed I think we are seeing shift in the ER. Publics ambitions for the off road vehicles that they want. I think this is going to be a lot of growth in the rugged SUV space on the Broncos. Really well, prying for that Something is a little bit of serendipity if you like, in a way that stars are aligned in just the right way. Still open. That's all for Bronco. But the Bronco has never gone away in the minds of the full team. I'm sure people have been working on Opportunities to try and get it back for a long time, But the circumstances have to be right on. But it isn't just a question of someone like me do girlie pictures of of a cool looking Bronco and hoping that that will be enough to keep the program off. Before I get my pencil up there isn't there's awful. I work with some super sharp people who take on the Colossal undertaking off trying, Tio. Take all of the parts that they know my exists. That would help form the vehicle that the engine the platform, you know, the wheels, electronics, the safety systems and so on. Overlay that against the legislative listen framework that will drop the vehicle into the amount of investment required tea set of their collapse. The amount of you know resources that we have available human and financial No. Is there a factory in the right place at the right time? With the right capacity? There's a miasma of variable. He can get all those sort of low things to align. And then you see an opportunity for for a segment of the market. But, you know, really saturated that has a lot of growth potential. Then then, then it works. I guess we're just really happy that you know the other lines. In the right way, this time such that the Oval product, Valentina Ford ableto get their teeth into this thing and a really good job with a lot of passion behind the things to try and make it work. You know, I think it's well known that there'd been a couple of runs at it in the past. In the past. Maybe the situation wasn't quite right, thankfully and hear. It clearly was right this time. It was pretty obvious to me that your bogie was the Jeep Wrangler. They've kind of had that market or all to themselves for a long time. How close do you guys think you came? Tio hitting the mark of what's going to be your, You know, most direct competition. The Jeep Wrangler. I think whenever you not your vehicle There's almost certainly going to be something out. There was a bit like it. Sometimes it can be a bit of a difficulty when when the segment comprises basically one vehicle. Because that can become too much of an influence. So that what I think it did for us. Is it redoubled are focused on just doing what was right for for us for the Bronco. As a brand for its legacy and for the USA's. Well, of course we we look a competitive vehicles for good, but, you know, we want to poke holes and then we want to see what they're doing wrong. If we could do it better. We want to know what they're doing, right? Andre from that as well. But we didn't just six. Say about one of the vehicles. We look very boldly factors well enough on our benchmarking. Why? Why does side by side you TVs? You know the road, which goes all the way over to the marine industry products and speedboats. So, Yeah, We didn't think we really spent a lot time really thinking that one vehicle. How can we be like it were a measure But really our focus is about what we thought we needed to do. But interesting. I really love the 35 inch tires and the nearly foot high ground clearance. What are some of your favorite design elements from the new Bronco really difficult question because you invested all of it. I mean, some of the favorite element will be the one that you need Help. You have a point, you know, push for, uh, and with the greatest vigor. Other things are just ideas. I think just seemed to make a lot of things. Under a bit unusual. I really loved. I really loved the Bronco Bowl. Actually, I love the fact that we have a boat with Broncos smashed into it. Head. Um One of you see, One of those on the vehicle is an invitation for you to get the tool out on DH get involved in the vehicle and undo those old and take that part ofthe put another one in its place, or it's an opportunity for the after market to come in and do something kind of exciting and creative and interesting. I think that's a really interesting Part because generally you know in the contemporary automobile industry we tend to want to know have exposed bowl all over our vehicles, right. We like flush finished. Everything's great street very cross. It was completely the opposite tack. At the same time as we're coming up with that initial idea. We discovered that actually that the That food produced what he cheats during the second World War. But what keeps the food produced vehicles different so the other day, But each boats on the four produce cheap haven't crashed into the head. So we thought there was kind of a nice Not in the way back to history. I love that part. I think I really love the The trail site on the on the leading edge of the front fender. The original Bronco have Eagle Peak Spender's. It was a really nice piece styling, but it was also very practical. But you sit behind the wheel of an early Broncos. You sort of see these peaks and it tells you exactly where the corner of the vehicle in front of Equis The healthy position, a vehicle very well it It's just that it's a nice, attractive, iconic piece of very sensible product design..

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"chief designer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"chief designer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Second World War But what stand keeps the food produced vehicles different. So the other day that each boat from the four produce cheap haven't crushed into their heads. So we thought there was kind of a nice not in the way back to history. I love that part. I think I also really love the The trial site on the on the leading edge of the front fender. The original Bronco having a peek fenders. It was a really nice piece of styling, but it was also very practical. But you sit behind the wheel of an early Broncos. You sort of see these peaks, and it tells you exactly where the corner of the vehicle in front of a quiz They help you position the vehicle very well it It's just that it's a nice attractive. Iconic piece of very sensible product design way would follow the same path that we have picks off. Then they're on top of that, you know, piecing offended. In fact, we have these things called trailside from there like Separate parts. Which you Khun bow things to strike things through and also uses a visual guide to the corners. I really like those because they actually sold some. I think some problems that We will encounter around again when we're trying to tie things off to the front of our vehicle, with roots running over the hood and the headlight on day off on opportunity for the after market on the public to get involved for niggling Original solutions to very specific needs. You know, we don't know what there was need will be. We don't know what the solutions will be, but we set the vehicle in that area. Teo and provide a good platform for them, T what I need to do to make the vehicle there vehicle coming up. We continue our conversation with Paul Race chief designer of the new Ford Bronco discussing the Ford car design process. You're listening to masters in business, with very rich holds on Bloomberg Radio. How long will it take for the economy to recover? How many of them have remained on the job? Throughout this people are not going to be in public transportation. Nobody knows you have received £600 million in the UK, but we can promise the most complete information and the most detailed analysis. The question is what kind of recovery will be to every twist and turn? Would you be wary of investment in China? At this point Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg The world is listening. Why do hedge funds and other alternative managers rely on Pershing for highly personalised experience? Marchal Geraghty, a managing director at Millan's, Pershing and Head of Prime services,.

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"chief designer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"chief designer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Kings won 19 1 of sex to clinch a playoff spot inside the MBA bubble. In Orlando. Joe Harris score 21 points for Jared Allen had 17 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists. Allen says. They're becoming a perennial playoff contender. Now that we've kept climbing and climbing. We're finally so point where making back back play Officer Stein the Beyonce seems radars and being ableto fight for Playoffs. But that's clinched the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference, while Orlando against the eighth spot. Anthony Mobility a score twice and staking the Islanders to it to nothing First period lead and Brock Nelson and Matthew Barzel had a goal in assist as the Islanders defeat Florida 5 to 1 to advance in the NHL playoffs. 17 Varlamov stop 24 shots. Sean Gabrielle Pageau scored an empty netter in the Eastern Conference is seventh seeded Islanders bounce back from a three to loss in Game three Wednesday. The Islanders will open the best of seven first round series next week against any yet to be determined opponent in baseball. The Yankees lose for the third time in four games as they're shut out by Tampa Bay. One to nothing. Michael Perez. A sacrifice fly in the eighth inning was the difference. Masahiro Tanaka struck out five and five innings of work. Adam Ottavino takes the laws and relief. At Citi Field. Francisco Cervelli had a three run homer. Humberto Mahia, who never pitched above single, a impressed on his abbreviated major league pitching debut, and the Marlins kept up their surprising surge, beating the Mets for 23 The Marlins when there's sixth in a row, and improved is seven and one. They're five no since missing more than a week because of the team's Corona virus outbreak. Laments are in the cellar of the National League gazed out five and nine Dom Smith homered in a losing effort. Li Hao Tung gets out the leaderboard at eight under par after two rounds of play at the PGA Championship in San Francisco. The Bloomberg Sports Update. I'm Tom Rogers. This's masters in business with very riddles on Bloomberg Radio. My special guest this week is Paul Wraith. He is the chief designer for the brand new Ford Bronco. Previously, he was chief designer for Ford. He earned his master's degree in vehicle design from the Royal College of Art. Pull Wraith. Welcome to Bloomberg for having me So let's start with the Bronco briefly. Congratulations are in order assumes you guys announced reservations for the first edition, the truck sold out. Overnight. We're going to spend more time talking about the Bronco. But let's talk a little bit about your career. What sort of path does one have to go on to become a car designer? I think myself in all of my friends are car designers, colleagues. I think we'll have this little infatuation. With the car or the truck. Come to the year, Doc. You know, I think typically our first words were probably car. On then we would have been the little kids in the back of the classroom somewhere, scribbling. Pictures of cars into the entire textbooks when we're cool. On it sort of stuck with it really? It's a sort of compulsion. Unfortunately, some of us were able Teo get places in design school develop skills, you know, tio degrees on master's degree. On then service on some of that, then lucky enough to get positions in the industry and do what we were doing Children a day job, which is well, it's amazing, greedy, great fun. So you've been with Ford for about 20 years. In 2016 you were appointed chief designer for Ford. Tell us what that role encompasses. Chico's on. I mean, essentially got more toys to play with. I have a large team around me is very, very talented people on diets. It's better positions one too. New York your point of view and your.

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"chief designer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"chief designer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Rich Johnson and I'm Charlie Pellet at Bloomberg World headquarters. It was a mixed Friday. Tech shares fell is the White House rant up its confrontation with China. One of better than forecast jobs report helped fuel advances for smaller U. S companies. Anastacia Amorosa is head of cross asset thematic strategy at J. P. Morgan Chase Bank. It was clearly a solid payrolls report that exceeded expectations, and what I particularly liked about it is how white spread the job gains have been its many different sectors that specifically leisure hospitality retail. They've all seen jobs added administration reaction from Larry Kudlow, director of the National Economic Council. This is a hot spot Payroll report. This is July 20th 18 and the surging hot spots in the South and west and some other places began. In the back end of June and lasted through July. You know there was some pullback of Rio openings and so forth and yet and yet we still got 1.8 million with a big define almost a full percentage point drop in the unemployment rate. As for the market back crop following the employment report, Marvin Lo is senior strategist for global macro at State Street. Ultimately, we're still a stimulus driven market, and that really hasn't changed. So you know that that remains my overlay and kind of the way I'm looking at asset values. The data is showing that there is some resilience in the economy. A ban on movie studios owning theaters that dates back to Hollywood's golden age has been scrapped by a federal judge. Who said changes in the industry have rendered the restriction obsolete Stocks next the S and P 500 index up two points, up less than 1/10 of 1%. The Dow up 47 up too tense Man Stack fell 97 down 9/10 of 1%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists and Alice And more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. I'm Barry results. You're listening to master's business on Bloomberg Radio. My special guest this week is Paul Wraith. Pol is the chief program designer for the new Ford Bronco as well as chief designer for Ford. Let's talk a little bit about the design process. Let's use the Bronco as as an example. How long have you been working on this new car? And is that typical? For either a new vehicle or the reintroduction of an older vehicle. Whether we're with you and you need vehicle reinstituting on iconic nameplate, Thank you take pretty much same amount of time. It's always a very difficult question to answer the phone because He sort of think that you would walk into the studio and say here, everybody. Here's the brief Some indeterminate period in the future. Okay, thanks very much. This is great. We'll just take this from here on out again. But we have we have a build up to and then we have a soft run out so The amount of time it takes a vehicle. A little bit. A little bit difficult to tie down. But what I can tell you, I think it was the The North American also showed 2017 sitting up in the in the Cobo. Detroit Looking down, then CEO announced that Bronco was coming back. And I think that's probably for me the point when I really although it was on my plate. That was the bit where I really passionate. What? Yeah, Thegame. He announced it on the Screen behind evidence the Bronco coming back my nose is all the journalists head around, may also went up there to each other, start scribbling seriously inviting me. There's an energy Um, this is normal. This is much bigger than sort of anticipated. You know we don't We don't run away, not making model. So the way you know we need to go through a heavy period of learning. Absorbing information before we start to really start putting pen to paper and first on this particular project. Putting the pen space was quite unusual. We bent the rules all over the place. Tio get this vehicle through because although he's got a fantastic product development process We needed to reshape it a little bit to fit. Don't go into it. And so we we didn't glamour. Catches my coordinates industry technically produces designers will do it. It's just that we had a different focus. The design of the vehicle emerged from tiny doodled on post it notes. Non scraps of paper. That was Pinto wall where we were Trying, Tio. Imagine our way through a day in the life of our customers. Then we were realising that there were problems along the way in there, it's roleplaying. When we were designing a solution for that, as a designer puts pen to the paper, they make something look like something actually, from those little during the glimmer of the design of the vehicle began to emerge. Then we went straight into the actual reality didn't make physical properties. Normally, the car industry makes scale clay model little Things that sort of a yard or so long. Skip. That process entirely went virtual and then on the next stage is to make a full sized vehicle, but not one made from modeling clay, which is typical of the current street. Medium we made something out of a packing material. We could all get in and out ofthe, stand on and play with an open closed doors and modifying hack and immediately start modifying. I read somewhere that one of the VPs at Ford had one of the original Broncos and your team took it and did a laser scan and imported it into v R, so you could literally get all of the proportions and measurements. As a frame of reference. Well, first of all, is that story True, and if it is true, how helpful was that process? That is really true. That's the wrong kind of used to belong to and still does bunk in my boss, the vice president doing Mori Kanna On what's terrific about his Broncos, actually. Pretty stoke. You know, there's almost no such thing as a sound. The Bronco no longer a ll be modified. As it passed through the hands of audio. Three families changed their purpose. You know, in parts of needed through place on Mars is really original, and it's quite beautiful, so it's sort of the goods. Reference point to what we did way have very sophisticated equipment that is super accurate, can pick up the orange peel in the painted surface scans down to a fraction of a millimetre thousands of a moment. So we did scanner. We didn't force it into our particular into our engineering CAD software. And it became A layer of information in amongst all the other ladies information that.

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"chief designer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"chief designer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"New Ford Bronco has styling cues reminiscent of the original chief designer Paul Reyes says that s'more than attribute everything exists on it for a reason. Is no decorative chrome or extraneous styling. It's a modern because it's designed for function, not fashion. The new Bronco has new technology like a trail oriented cruise control and navigation system cameras for spotting obstacles, and says chief engineer Erik Lefler a system you can adjust based on conditions. You don't need to be an experienced off Roader to take Bronco into the wild. The new Bronco should be out early next year. With the core Chronicles. I'm Jeff Gilbert CBS News. It's 12 56 make. Cryer was 17. When Pearl Harbor was bombed, she became one of hundreds of women. You're heroes on the home front, working on assembly lines as their husbands and sons fought in World War two, she tells ABC news she actually held during two wars 17 and 29 that going in three adult during World War two and during the Korean War. I work during the cream or the women's efforts immortalized in posters featuring the iconic Rosie the Riveter. Now at 94 crier is again stepping up to help her country during its current crisis. Working from her home in Pennsylvania. She's made more than 300 facemasks to help stop the spread of covert 19. She says her favorite mask is red with white polka dots, just like Rosie the Riveter Sze bandana over in Britain, the queen briefly resuming her public duties yesterday for the first time since going to self isolation back in March. Wearing a lot of being bring dresses matching hat, the queen stood outside Windsor Castle and knighted captain Tom more, 100 year old World War two veteran who raised 40 A $1,000,000 for Britain's health service and became a national hero in the process. Never never ever. Did I imagine that has you so close to the queen and have such a con matches from her? But captain Sir Tom or won't say What that message Wass. Don't.

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Tesla Model Y + Geneva Auto Show Concerns

CarCast

09:40 min | 2 years ago

Tesla Model Y + Geneva Auto Show Concerns

"All right so what's going on bill. Goldberg is in Saudi Arabia wrestling. So he won't be here today and I just got over a cold last week so if I sound a little Off that's why I'll try not to make gross noises into the microphone but I Apologize He. Shares a kill the corona virus. It'd probably is and Our good friend Alastair Weaver from EDMUNDS DOT com. Is here how you doing. I'm good you get to do most of the talking because we went to we went to Joe Kosho Jo. Koy SOLD OUT THE FORUM. Two nights huge eighteen thousand people. Who's a fantastic show but the guy behind me was sneezing and coughing a disgusting stuff the whole show? I went home next day. I was in bed like I was. I was just down for the count. I definitely got some weird gross thing and just loading up on meds and vitamins and Cam and all that well I flew back into. Lax from London and got taken to Like an extra screening room where China just all these people from China being quizzed about why they'd beating China and wherever the lusting China and everything else and I was there in the middle of the room. Yeah that's terrible all right so we got some cool things to talk about by the way. Did you guys see that? Hot Wheels released a one tenth scale remote control. Tesla's cyber truck and it comes with a sticker an optional sticker that which which is it goes on the side glass of your revoke until Control Tesla cyber truck and it's the broken window from cool so if you want your cyber talk with the smashed window from the from the from the press launch it comes with that as well from the chief designer. Timothy's profile in the world. That is the best thing ever. And they have the small remote-control version as well that goes on the track that one sixty four scale as well but the one tenth version be limited edition. And we've got a picture up there. It's the toy that comes with that. It's a sticker so you could. You could clued the smashed window in their good job. Hot Wheels love that. You thought about a nice definitely going to be one of those events where I was the magnificent now. It's going to be fantastic. Just a little reminder March twenty first is car cast live at Peterson Museum. A brought to you by our friends at Haggerty and JAGS DOT com. We're GONNA be doing a great event. It was so much fun last year. We hope you guys come out this year. Bring your car anything you have. I JUST WANNA see everybody's car There's GonNa be a car show that starts at two o'clock. Excuse me a car show. At two o'clock there'll be a screening of Shelby. American the documentary and you may have already seen. We're going to bring some unseen footage and some DVD extras and stuff. So you can see that as well. I think that's around four o'clock and then later in the evening that's exist. Well Blu Ray. Dvd I just think. Dvd Extras. Because I feel like that's the terms retro. Yeah that's the term you probably recognize. There's the extra footage and then there will be a live podcast Ataman. I'll be doing a show there you can go to. Yeah no go bring your bring your bring your kids bringing the kid. Bring the one kid who knows. I haven't been home. Have you been tickets Adam? Call Commerce Peterson dot org slash car. Cast get some tickets. Excuse me it's going to be one of those days solo show. Yeah going to be one of those days. What's new all sorts of things? I was supposed to be going to Geneva next week. I had to put actually pull out a couple of weeks ago for a little while ago for for for different reasons but as I sit here. Everybody's wondering what's going to happen because these corona I mean for those who don't know Geneva historically was always one of the the biggest auto shows of the year it was kind of premier one in Europe Attended by all the kind of literati globally as an in neutral Switzerland. Yeah I need supposed to happen. The press days next Tuesday and we're all waiting for messages to listings happening on now. I mean it's A. It's a huge deal about the millions literally tens of millions of hundreds of millions that are spent on this and is it. Is it kind of late in the game to cancel it? Yeah I mean I. I was telling you it's going to happen. It's just going to be kind of flop. I I mean we had. We had Alfred Mayo. His happens from time to time manufacturers. Come in and show ladies. 'cause we have a chat meet we we talk about life and what role doing and I am a global head of. Pr was saying. You know we've been told not to travel. So it's it's a big deal. Yeah I wonder how they do that. Do they try to find local representation? The have a team there that they have like a local. Pr Team A little bit smaller team yet. But I guess I don't know I mean he's going to be an interesting show. How much money and how much he's committed. But also if if people on traveling and I think the other concern is people are worried that you're GONNA get quarantined. So you end up in Geneva. I'm going to keep talking. You end up in Geneva and if you imagine all the the world the company execs from all over the world traveling into Geneva and then just ending up being Maroon there. I read that that later this year. We have twenty twenty Olympics in Tokyo. They're saying hey we. We need a contingency plan. We may cancel the Olympics and they said but they need you know. They need minimum three months. They can probably do two months lead way to to cancel it but they can't do four days like like what you're talking about. They can't do five days. Well also big Formula Warm Fun. I used to working for him in the world in days. Gone by and there's a little conversation about which pre happen which wouldn't yeah it's It's interesting times. We're also seeing in terms of vehicle production as well because a lot of parts is not just 'cause made in China but he's also parts supply parts moving around the world so this there's a big impact going on and what's going to be the effect of cancelling Geneva. Is it really gonNA manner not matter? Everyone's going to release their cars. And they're gonNA send out the press kits and and and try to find some other place two like they're still going to announce the cars digital digitally. I mean I I was invited to a bunch of events down the I was going to sit down with the Mercedes. Co The global CEO on the boss of AM G. And we're GONNA have half an hour with with those guys and that's always great for me because she always learned so much a fascinating fascinating individuals as well to be running something that big. You know things like that obviously won't happen but I know a of things that Mercedes showing off and yet I'll do it digital release. You'll you'll be they'll send the images alison press releases and away you go. I think the tough thing I Geneva and also shows generally. New York's beginning of April. Is these things you know. There's a lot of pressure on these shows. Little people pulling out anyway if it doesn't happen than we'll ever happen again and Gordon is. What happens to the you know the credits into the billions? Almost what's actually spent in in in some things well? In all of these companies so many companies are taking a financial hit already. Everybody asks to prepare for factories being shut down obviously in the automotive space but products all around the world that so much is is manufactured in China and now that that Krona viruses is spreading. Everything in automotive is expensive and global. Yeah so anything. That's hit Soglo on a global level like this is going to be a big deal. Yeah I roll up in the accurate annex. I WANNA say new but it. It got sort of a revision this past year a little bit different ero and I think they did. Some adjustments on the suspension and stuff. Have you driven the sex yet? So this is I drove the original Essex. The you know the sort of iconic mateen nine. I think it was many years ago but the latest wanted always passing by always being doing doing something else when everyone was around so I finally got into it the last couple of days. It's a it's a fascinating thing I kind of. I really wouldn't like it. I really want to love it because I like the idea of buying an accuracy because I think it feels. Yeah it's almost like I'm coming out and skiing I don't need. I don't need a fraud. Whatever I'm going to buy an ACURA sex because I know what I like. I don't need to everything else so I rely. 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"chief designer" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"chief designer" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"He spied for Harvey Weinstein and he is not going to apologize for it. In Two Thousand Sixteen Seth Freedman worked for Black Cube and Israeli private intelligence agency hired by the disgraced raised former movie producer in that role. He gathered information about targets. Provided by Mr Weinstein who continues to deny all wrongdoing likewise Mr Friedman denies denies accusations that he and Black Cube intimidated and silenced. Mr Weinstein's accusers. When he spoke with the BBC? Mr Friedmann said he was just doing his job. I was told they've taken cases in Hollywood's normally. You wouldn't the crime is but in this case it was clear Harvey Weinstein told. There's a plot against him and at various people who are involved in in transit smear him and put out all kinds of negative publicity whether in the press who in the industry and so on and the first list. I saw targets get so potential people who would kind of this campaign was from memory like five men and one woman the list of people that wanted us to go off to grew. Bigger it culminated in ninety-one names after Naci Susie. What for him in the post and he didn't seem like they would be vote in current against him very again? You'll just in your job. The list is updated by Harvey and rose McGowan his name on the actress through her agent. I Khuda said Manama thing. My Name said three. I used to write for the Guardian. I same thing a big broad strokes piece about life in Hollywood now compared to how it was twenty literally which is talking about her career point. Do I mentioned Weinstein. I didn't even we know what the allegations are necessarily at this point and she brought it up she said I was by this director. Said I'm GonNa tell us the things like you know. What did you do? Did you the police chief designer nondisclosure agreement so and then it moves on because this is a huge huge interviewed in theory and we must have spoken about him for a minute. Two minutes next. Obviously I give that recording to Blackie Sherrod with Harvey Weinstein and his legal team and he they can see okay. That might be what she's planning to do with her but now again I didn't care okay. If people want to sit and sermonizing say that so awful she was a survivor and so on and so forth. None of this is attested in court. So as far as concerned about the whole thing destruct line is concentrated in the press. The Black Cube were hired to intimidate harassment. Silences victims no intimidation notes on. Its harassing all of those things. We'd be legal and none of those things happen most of the silencing if there ever was silencing was done many years ago long before Blackie Group of people who'd made allegations shins get Swinestein for some reason. Didn't police for some reason we're advice to sign. NDA's feel guilty about making that. Cool to rise McGowan. Feel good anything. I think the problem with how toxic this debate is the Weinstein case. Is that if you say anything. That sounds like you'll descend infamy to narrative if you're on his side and support that's Seth Freedman speaking with the BBC. Mr Friedmann was describing what it was like to spy on behalf of black cube a private intelligence agency hired by disgraced film producer. Harvey.

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"chief designer" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"chief designer" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"He spied for Harvey Weinstein and he is not going to apologize for it. In Two Thousand Sixteen Seth Freedman worked for Black Cube and Israeli private intelligence agency hired by the disgraced raised former movie producer in that role. He gathered information about targets. Provided by Mr Weinstein who continues to deny all wrongdoing likewise Mr Friedman denies denies accusations that he and Black Cube intimidated and silenced. Mr Weinstein's accusers. When he spoke with the BBC? Mr Friedmann said he was just doing his job. I was told they've taken cases in Hollywood's normally. You wouldn't the crime is but in this case it was clear Harvey Weinstein told. There's a plot against him and at various people who are involved in in transit smear him and put out all kinds of negative publicity whether in the press who in the industry and so on and the first list. I saw targets get so potential people who would kind of this campaign was from memory like five men and one woman the list of people that wanted us to go off to grew. Bigger it culminated in ninety-one names after Naci Susie. What for him in the post and he didn't seem like they would be vote in current against him very again? You'll just in your job. The list is updated by Harvey and rose McGowan his name on the actress through her agent. I Khuda said Manama thing. My Name said three. I used to write for the Guardian. I same thing a big broad strokes piece about life in Hollywood now compared to how it was twenty literally which is talking about her career point. Do I mentioned Weinstein. I didn't even we know what the allegations are necessarily at this point and she brought it up she said I was by this director. Said I'm GonNa tell us the things like you know. What did you do? Did you the police chief designer nondisclosure agreement so and then it moves on because this is a huge huge interviewed in theory and we must have spoken about him for a minute. Two minutes next. Obviously I give that recording to Blackie Sherrod with Harvey Weinstein and his legal team and he they can see okay. That might be what she's planning to do with her but now again I didn't care okay. If people want to sit and sermonizing say that so awful she was a survivor and so on and so forth. None of this is attested in court. So as far as concerned about the whole thing destruct line is concentrated in the press. The Black Cube were hired to intimidate harassment. Silences victims no intimidation notes on. Its harassing all of those things. We'd be legal and none of those things happen most of the silencing if there ever was silencing was done many years ago long before Blackie Group of people who'd made allegations shins get Swinestein for some reason. Didn't police for some reason we're advice to sign. NDA's feel guilty about making that. Cool to rise McGowan. Feel good anything. I think the problem with how toxic this debate is the Weinstein case. Is that if you say anything. That sounds like you'll descend infamy to narrative if you're on his side and support that's Seth Freedman speaking with the BBC. Mr Friedmann was describing what it was like to spy on behalf of black cube a private intelligence agency hired by disgraced film producer. Harvey.

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"chief designer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:52 min | 3 years ago

"chief designer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Yeah I'm looking at photograph of the lan musk's cyber truck it looks like something out of the future of like a sci fi movie kind of thing I don't know if I'd say it's real attractive or not but so and TMZ has the story apparently were unveiling of the vehicle turned out to be kind of a screw up okay reversal of fortune Thursday night unveiling the cyber truck at the SpaceX headquarters in California our E. lawn muscular head he's build his latest creation is indestructible first the wild the crowd by taking a sledge hammer to the truck's door and appear to be no in suing damage then the chief designer took a metal ball and through it one of the trucks windows in the windows shattered and then how did to beat it all he tried it again with even less force and the same result so that you're not you got like two shattered windows on is indestructible truck yeah they say almost immediately I don't Ilan mosque the headline E. lawn musk's net worth plummets five seven hundred sixty eight million dollars after that cyber truck fiasco all right as for E. lan fear not even with that here it is estimated worth is twenty three point six billion dollars but what's interesting there's there there are forty other people in the world that are richer than that now they just introduced the vehicle even with that fiasco of a rollout they say the cyber truck is captured a lot of internet attention E. lawn tweeted out on Saturday that one hundred forty six thousand orders for the futuristic vehicle are already place just two days after he unveiled he also emphasized that people that are pre ordering seem to be going for the more expensive options forty one percent of the orders are for the triple motor all wheel drive that starts at sixty nine nine as opposed to the single motor rear wheel drive that starts at thirty nine nine he also tweeted the company has taken out a quote no advertise here or knoll paid endorsement now pre orders only cost you a hundred Bucks so it's a lot cheaper today for someone to express interest in the truck verse is actually paying for one and it'll take years for the truck to get into people's hands production doesn't start till twenty twenty one and the the tri motor all wheel drive version doesn't start to a year after that twenty twenty two but the electric pickup prompted corners of the NRO Gil internet this week to make up all kind of funny memes over the appearance that the angular style compared to everything from a door stop or an old apple mouse to a sponge Bob square pants character or or a triangle on wheels supposedly it's made from a newly developed stainless steel alloy the same metal used for the space act rockets that alloy enables the card to be literally bullet proof against at least small firearms like a nine millimeter handgun he says so that's for the they mentioned that he did the sledge hammer to the sides of the truck with no damage but the young breakable glass broke not once but twice was struck with the metal ball gotta get some out real unbreakable that maybe that was just the demo version right should have double checked with the the engineers do we have the bullet proof glass in this would apparently not all right welcome back knuckle duster thank you let me get back dial with no baloney here mixtapes summer you know he'd promised you to know that it did not file but you're still a bottle at a break back to this really is the biggest lad tail months they open that only direct that down I'll remember when I was a child I doubt map can with money punishment now it's like a mini vacation the day the world run database here is just too terrible to think about even that date blank big stupid but it can at least not hold the final wouldn't it yeah wouldn't it be great if we could put our sales in the dryer Virginia manage come out Rangel brie and Tory sizes smaller getting lucky ninety Walgren into a room and remembered why our mom Bologna burger the image so you jump those are good points to ponder eight simple truths.

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"chief designer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"chief designer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The glass smashed twice so you guys chief designer after demonstrate this bullet proof cyber truck just throws it now with that now with the velocity of shooting it from a gun but Sinestro's a metal ball at the windows and it shatters not once but twice muskets claim when it first happened my F. in god well maybe that was a little too hard you claim it's bulletproof how fast how fast as a bullet coming out you're fired out of a nine how fast is a is a metal ball coming at you thrown by somebody and this wasn't like a Major League Baseball pitcher this is just as chief designer so failure I guess that's the key is that failure is a part of any great innovation soon I'm sure soon after trial and error yes you hope you do this stuff for the lab before you unveil it at a had a hope brought high profile promotional event soon perhaps very soon the bullet proof Tesla cyber truck apparently not quite yet I stood reports yet to come will I'm Cheryl pop too there's a special benefit gala tomorrow we'll talk about the benefits tristate honor flight the people that bring our veterans to their memorial's in Washington DC every year we'll do that here in just a few as we continue Jerry Jeff and for Willie on the bill Cunningham show on seven hundred W. L. W. traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. jelly Cincinnati the president's latest criticism over the impeachment process this is the two thirty report eyeing Matt Rees breaking now president trump today calling for an end to the impeachment enquiring because he says the hearings have found nothing he called house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff a nut job he also called house speaker Nancy Pelosi sleazy and totally incompetent the White House and allies trying to determine their strategy next senior White House officials on Thursday met with a group of Republican senators to figure out how to proceed during an all but certain Senate impeachment trial some lawmakers are pushing for a short trial to minimize political damage while others want a long drawn out process for the president to be able to make his case that he did nothing wrong when it comes to Ukraine this morning president trump told fox and friends he does want to trial in as like with your ABC news at the White.

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Tesla's electric pickup breaks the mould with angular design and armored glass

Lee Matthews

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Tesla's electric pickup breaks the mould with angular design and armored glass

"A barrel Tesla CEO Elon musk has taken the wraps off his new electric pick up truck called the cyber truck the angular vehicle with stainless steel skin will have a starting price at just under forty thousand dollars in production will wind down at the end of twenty twenty one musk's splashy event though did not go off without a hitch in a demonstration of the toughness of the so called Tesla armor glass the chief designer unintentionally shattered two of the trucks windows after throwing a metallic ball at the

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Shattered expectations: Design questioned after Tesla truck launch

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:46 min | 3 years ago

Shattered expectations: Design questioned after Tesla truck launch

"You Ilan mosque would probably like to have a D. wave that he unveiled test as long awaited electric pickup truck that was last night but it didn't go as planned ending with the two of the trucks omit windows shattered and for a while the truck was a number to trending topic that was on Twitter in the demo Tesla chief design initially took a sledge hammer to the truck which which withstood the impact but then it all went from cable needs twenty four hours a day on average tictoc on Twitter how it's by more than twenty seven hundred ten the sun on the symbol of the one hundred and twenty countries I'm young parents this is Bloomberg mats yes Sam little the mixed on this so he so what happened is the chief designer took a sledge hammer to the truck to show that it won't dent and indeed it didn't although you could tell he was kind of pulling his punches a little bit he wasn't exactly slamming it the same way he had the industry pick up truck door that they use as it as a test before then he threw a metal ball at the window because it was supposed to show how bullet proof this truck is in fact I think Ilan mosque said you could shoot it with a nine millimeter the problem is if you did that the participants would probably have died because the this the metal ball that they threw the truck actually did shatter the window they tried again apparently the window was tested in a straight version and the curved glass I didn't hold up as well so but I just want to know why this truck needs a homemade windows what is cool that's just to have armed with this we need to drive around town now with all made windows I mean but isn't that for I mean where are you from isn't that something that you in LA I think you have to have some element of in Zimbabwe you definitely need some but I think it's a kind of a it's kind of cool to get tough thing and the truck looks really cool at that time did you think yeah I think it looks a little bit to Laurie and I started looking at it and and it and it more and I thought it's got kinda lines of a Lamborghini kun Taj you can remember the super car from the nineteen eighties wasn't just pulled my I realize but I'd already had posters of it on my wall I did it I think is the coolest looking pickup truck that I've seen since the Bollinger so I encourage our listeners to go ahead and Google it's or whatever actually can type tests on the Bloomberg terminal you'll see pictures of it there as well the shares though are down two and a half percent you know wherever they're trading right now maybe in the pre market of the

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Chinese Lunar Exploration Program

All Things Considered

03:26 min | 3 years ago

Chinese Lunar Exploration Program

"China national space administration launched Chung three it was the first probe to actually land on the moon in nearly forty years Joan Johnson free studies China's space program at the US Naval War College she says right from the start the Chinese have sought to explore space differently than the US did during Apollo they saw that we had an attitude of landing on the moon and sadly kind of looking around and saying been there done that got the belt buckle and we went home so they decided that they were going to develop their lunar program in a very different way the Chinese have a step by step approach each step is ambitious but not too expensive and not too hard here's why I ran the chief designer China's lunar exploration program speaking earlier this year on state television unlike the space competition during the sixties and seventies the funding and manpower investment of China space exploration has been relational restrained and scientific Wu was speaking at the landing of China's latest probe Chung move for it touched down on the far side of the moon the first time any nation has landed there Bob Weber is a scientist at the university of Kiel in Germany who built a radiation detector for Chunga for he says the speed at which the Chinese work is astonishing European missions are extremely slow Americans are about twice as fast and the Chinese are another factor of two to five faster than the Americans from the moment he got funding to the moment his experiment launched was just over a year which is nothing for space mission it's just incredibly intense China isn't the only one with eyes on the moon India launched its first lunar orbiter Chandrayaan one in two thousand eight you can see the vacant sorting instead of high into the sky majestic in its second mission which includes of lunar lander is set to launch next week Sri rom beer of ours to is a researcher at the lunar and planetary institute in Houston Texas he says the launch of Chandrayaan one turbocharged Indian science they include the item was super high just ignite cared park in the Indian reset as I look back on them I started my A. B. H. B. right up come round one was launched is India's research community gets going he says the nation wants to go to other destinations to lying on the floor exploration and also for the Mars in the coming years John Johnson freeze of the Naval War College says just like during the Cold War a lot of this new enthusiasm for space is very much grounded in earthly politics India and China are competing for geo political points in Asia and they hope their space programs will make them look strong spaces always signified technological advancement so both India and China are very anxious to show others in the region that they are the country that they should want to work with it's no coincidence that this new moon race is happening in a period of heightened global nationalism agrees Emily locked Waller of the planetary society every country is going to be saying look at the great things that we can do in space it's kind of like performance at the Olympics you know where it's it's gonna be your drum but in a positive way in she says it's been decades since anyone has visited the lunar surface there's still a lot more for humans

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iPhone designer Sir Jony Ive quitting Apple after 30 years

WBZ Morning News

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

iPhone designer Sir Jony Ive quitting Apple after 30 years

"Radio he's been walking the halls of apple in cupertino california for thirty years and now the company's lead designer of the iphone is leaving johnny was the creative force behind some of apple's most iconic brands from the groundbreaking mac computer to the iphone and recently apple park now the company's chief designer is preparing to leave the tech giant informa- design company of his own c._e._o. tim cook says is rolling apples revival can't be understated describing him as a singular figure in the design world i've new endeavor won't take them too far from the team in cupertino apple says it will be one of his primary clients daria albinger

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Apple loses top designer Jony Ive

FT News

12:26 min | 3 years ago

Apple loses top designer Jony Ive

"Apple's chief designer Jonathan I is leaving after more than two decades in which his icon, ick designs for the MAC ipod and iphone turned one of silicon buddies faded giants into the world's most valuable company Janine Gibson discusses is means for apple and what Jonathan will do next with Tim Bradshaw and Matthew galahad. Sarah hunt for those outside the tech world. He might not know the significance of Johnny alive. Who is he? Well, I consider myself outside the tech world. And I mean, he's always a huge figure within the tech world, an even bigger figure out of it because along with Steve Jobs. He's the man responsible for the apple as we know it today, and the suite of products and gadgets and computers developed, which effectively changed the world of consumer electronics changed the world in terms of the way we interact with telephones and gave the world its first smartphone. He is someone with a very clear design aesthetic and without Mary to the drive and the relentless push for excellence. Steve Jobs, embodied, the two were kind of perfect pair. And the apple, we know today was on its knees when the two of them together. So he is a huge huge figure one of the biggest figures in global business. So his departure from apple is a very, very big deal because. Apple design leads the technology anyway, doesn't it? Yeah. Very much say the design studio were Johnny works, and web, Steve Jobs. Spent a lot of his time really comes up with the concepts of new ideas for products, and even anything down through the materials that they use to create those undescribed deep expiration of what's coming next so day than sort of go out and partner with engineering teams. The software teams to turn those into products ready the seeds of those ideas come from quest small, number of people inside a company that employs one hundred thirty thousand across its software retail operation. So it's a very small, but very influential group that Johnny has led full twenty odd years design leads the company, doesn't it? Absolutely. Yeah. Unlike any other apple, I think, doesn't think of itself as a tech company if thinks of itself as a design company that comes to peace tech. So if the aesthetics requires you to invent new material, you will go off and invent new. Yeah. If you come out with a phone turns out space slightly bendy than you had expected the next phone comes out with a slutty strengthened aluminium. So it doesn't bend, for example. So why is he leaving? Now, then, Johnny says when we spoke to him this week that he's leaving now because he feels like he's completed a certain number of big projects that have been trained for quite some time in terms of Apple's internal projects. That means the move to apple park, its new headquarters that he designed along with jobs in Norman foster and also that comes with it a sort of a new setup full that design studio, which has brought together, not just industrial design, which is perhaps what we think of Johnny. And Appleford Demery the sort of the physical hardware, it self, but bringing in interaction designers, font, designers people think about different ways in which we touch tap fail. Whatever comes out of the software, and the jets themselves, and that's been working progress. Full a very long time. It's a multibillion dollar projects. I think Johnny said the in Steve Jobs. I talked about it in two thousand four as they were walking through high park in London. I think there is also a secondary question around what motivates, Johnny himself, and why he feels like this. Moment where he wants to branch out and do things he's not going to be quizzing, working with apple together. He won't be an employee anymore, but they will retain his offices to advise on design and strategy and product innovations. But he will no longer be restricted to just doing technology. Now, he's not saying an awful lot about what else he is going to do with this new venture that he starting, but one can imagine that, that might run from anything from peaceful expensive pieces of jewelry or furniture to something completely different. He's bringing with him Newson, who's another apple designer in a longtime collaborator of Janis who worked on plain interiors and cars and watches. So the resources inside apple almost unlimited, but the canvas is somewhat constrained. And so maybe he just feels after twenty five years, he wants to do something different. Do you think that the nature of the company's changing Matt, that it's something that has been so aesthetic lead and design lead, and that you can move the world in order to achieve your vision, but apple is necessarily becoming more about services and expensive video streaming? Software perations than hardware, certainly. I think that's a big part of it. I mean, the smartphone market is maturing new competitors in China and undercutting the sorts of things. Apple does. It's still by far and away the biggest part of its business, but it's not growing as quickly as it used to in the big pot. With more. Potential is services, as you say, in video and music and other things. How much influence can one person is used to sculpting, beautiful objects have on a sort of the'real, intangible business light services? Yeah. I think that's right. I mean, the apple line has always been that actually what makes the iphone specialists, not just the hardware combination of hardware, and software and services. And although Johnny started as an industrial designer he did take over software GT's as well. And he has a guy I think he was seven he sort of strip that back made it much minimalist lot flatter. Got rid of some of the faux leather, textures and sort of ring binder stuff that you had in the original I find as it came out. And so he's proved that he can't do software as well. But I guess we haven't seen from apple a right through. In things like Siri and virtual assistance and artificial intelligence. And although some of that is roar engineering and technology and not scenario where Google has lost more data that can pull on apple does, it is also a question of how humans interact with technology and the way Siri works just isn't as good as Alexa, or Google assistant. Do you think any of this is down two pups getting a little booed? I mean being the same place for such a long time, having such influence sees the company, moving in a slightly different direction. And it's now time to think about things a living technology. I think twelve plus years of iphones. A ni- becoming evermore. It's relative. I do think the must be sort of sense of you. Here we go again. They obviously look a long way ahead many years, aheads. And so he will know that the car the small classes, and whatever is coming in health next that we expect all brewing in those labs. He'll be involved in those and we'll continue to be, I think, but the must be something that you just want to try something completely different. And when I spoke to him he. Talked a little bit about wanting sort of try and find that space and clear at to think of new ideas and get different kinds of crisis stimulating, he talks a lot about the creative process, rather than just the products that come out at the end of them. And I did get a sense that maybe just felt like he was on a bit of a treadmill and never really got the kind of free space to roam, and he won't. He's coming along way from his humble beginnings, and fully embrace the Californian lifestyle very much site. Boy, from ching food is, yeah, we're done good. Yeah. I'm might be overrun meant citing. This is a frequent problem. But I have this very Ben bradlee Katharine Graham view of Steve Jobs, and Johnny. I building this company together with the creative, tension partnership. It's going on. Yeah. Yep. This a whole soundtrack, and that somehow, you know, won't Steve Jobs wins the company's inevitably drifted onto Tim to be bit more corporate, and most structurally lead in poor Janis. Aesthetic vision has been forced out. I think this must be something to that, for sure. Say that just soon delivered or no? I mean it was opponent ship. I think they would both Joe's still here. He would say, I mean, they were collaborators the like of which is not been seen, and they had lunch together every day jobs was constantly in the design studio. I asked him cook, you know, how often he goes, and he says. Well, I'm I'm very busy. I goes offense like hand every it doesn't sound like the having lunch together. And so, I think that's on the other hand, you know, the apple watch and the airports, and the sort of whole push into wearable, technology, was definitely a post jobs endeavor that process began in two thousand twelve and so, although the watch got a very lukewarm reception. When it started it has become a bit business. I think the uphold similarly people like why does that little dribble of toothpaste, look like sticking out of my, but now they've sort of almost become their own viral phenomenon and that's not just him. That's the whole team of people that work in design. They've proven that they can do something beyond. Now, I guess what we haven't seen, and frankly, may never see from apple is something as big as the iphone, I guess. That sort of thing that hangs over, and I again, also Johnny about that. And he said, well, I didn't show success by numbers. It's more about the ideas and the satisfaction and the little invisible things that we do that people not licensed. Their lives are being made better. That's fine. That would have appealed, Steve Jobs and possibly note. That have from I haven't, I mean, you've referred to the initial skepticism move up at ports when the MAC book, the latest book in the keyboards that don't work nasal. Hooky. Stand the thousand. Well, I didn't I mean Johnny might sleep that is the pinnacle of his achievements. The monitor stemmed pros what he's spending his time doing. Yeah, I think I think the bigger question behind all of this is who makes decisions about which apple products come out and see the light of day and rightly or wrongly that was always singularly associated with jobs. He was the one he said million dollars and a few yeses, and I think Johnny has sort of taken on that role. But maybe not how that sounding board, the he had when jobs was alive. And I think Tim cook is a fantastic operator. He's a fantastic diplomats, which is a very important role for apple at the moment. But yeah, you don't get that sense that he's energized by the spark of an idea. And how do we nurture this? He wants to know when it comes out the other side, how to make it in huge volumes and how to make a big success. But who after Johnny his left full-time apple is actually making that decision is not clear. And they say it's many people that I knew were talking about designed by committee. Which put on the spot come they flourish without him. Well without him is this open question? I mean he's starting this new venture called love from or one word. It has been in California alone, time has has done so love from we'll have apple as its first client, and he says that he wants to be sort of very closely involved for very, many years. But up until now Apple's had him ultimate cells. And so I think that there are other questions around whether upward flourish, which I think, in the short-term, have much more to with the China US trade war, and how many people in China's still wants by phones. Whether China will still be where I finds a maid or whether they have to move production out wholesale which is very complicated and expensive. And so the iphone franchise will continue with or without Johnny. I think, and it's hard to sort of say how closely involved, he's been in the phone, but he is a call not. He's a judge at the Goodwood festival of speed he likes 'cause he wanted to buy McLaren for awhile. Yes. That was a scoop. He was. Was enough teeth story. So yeah, but you kind of wonder what that I mean that definitely spending lots of money exploring Wilson autonomous vehicle can do and how it will work. But what does that actually look like? And whether Johnny has the right person to design, not as a fan of traditional calls or whether you need someone with a completely blank slate. I mean, they're all those argue that actually this is the right moment to really shake up monument, apple more, generally, we see Angela errands, leave the head of retail. They've Bruce in a very senior artificial intelligence engineer from Google to oversee machine learning where they have been weak. And you know, maybe this will create a new kind of air film. They certainly have the resources that disposal to kind of feel holds write them off. Big question for apple so Jonathan's off to become a yacht interior designer whatever he's going off today. But in the big ranking of Google Facebook, Amazon Apple who's now on top. Does this make any difference fathom? Well Microsoft right now is the world's most valuable company in the only one of the big Silicon Valley companies that is worth more than a trillion. Never talk about, Microsoft his quite has quite boring. I mean. I mean I find Amazon is such juggernaut right now and seems to have that carefree spirit of innovation and experimentation, which has been quite the opposite of how apple has worked where you sort of very deliberately and secretly come up with something. And then launch it into the world as technology expands into every for lives. I feel like Amazon is perhaps, the most dynamic of that group that doesn't currently at least have the privacy baggage, a Facebook or Google might have all the sort of legacy problems of. We've we still have iphone sales that make up two-thirds of our revenues. And how do we ever get out from under that? Do you think that's right? Yeah. I think I'm clearly motiva- are ascendant. And they have been in the ascendancy for some time and apple has its own struggles

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China's Colossal Mars Imitation Base Camp

SPACE NEWS POD

02:30 min | 3 years ago

China's Colossal Mars Imitation Base Camp

"We are going to be learning about China's new colossal Mars base in the Gobi desert. They're not actually on Mars out in the desert is an imitation basis is where they're going to be training future astronauts for life on the planet. It's located in Jinchang, which is in the northwest. China's gained SU province in the Gobi desert, and according to a project employees this camp will become an astronaut training facility in the near future. The project is code-named Mars base one. And it's situated in the midst of barren hills twenty kilometers away from Jin Chang's urban area. It's about sixty seven square kilometers. The total investment of more than three hundred and seventy three million dollars. Now, if you think about that for a second it wasn't just a couple million dollars three hundred seventy three million dollars. This shows that China is very serious about sending human beings to Mars, and this is their first step to making sure that their astronauts, the future astronauts are going to be okay when they get there. They're going to be able to live in this is the first process this it's going to be few years before we can actually send people to Mars, right? So they're gonna use this as a training facility until that actually happens in they've invested a ton of money in it. So, you know, they're serious. So earlier this week there were about a hundred local students and faculty members that came out check this place out, and they visited on Wednesday. And they took part in experience activities, like Mars, walks and simulated astronaut training. In survival techniques that would happen outside of earth on the red planet. So one of the students visited the sent out a tweet. Well, it's not a tweet. It's a CBO, which is China's Twitter like social media platform. The set of message said the base will be a great inspiration and guide to help us understand more about the universe. It seems like they had to get time. Seems like they were interested in it. And that's really cool in the deputy chief designer for China's answer not system department said Mars base one as the most thank Martian survival simulation facility in the country by

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