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Doncic leads Mavs over Suns 123-90 in Game 7 blowout

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 hr ago

Doncic leads Mavs over Suns 123-90 in Game 7 blowout

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N. Korea fires 3 ballistic missiles amid 1st virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 d ago

N. Korea fires 3 ballistic missiles amid 1st virus outbreak

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Holiday stops Celtics' last 2 plays, Bucks take 3-2 lead

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 d ago

Holiday stops Celtics' last 2 plays, Bucks take 3-2 lead

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Unpacking the $40 Billion Bipartisan Betrayal

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 4 d ago

Unpacking the $40 Billion Bipartisan Betrayal

"Going to simply get started by allowing representative chip Roy to articulate some of the frustration that I am currently in possessive possession of. I think I've voiced the concerns of millions of Americans when we see a number as high as 40. Now remember, Biden wanted 33 billion. Which was insane in and of itself. And I'm going to explain just how insane that is in a second. But let's let chip Roy take it from here. Let's cut 76. Paul and for Maryland talked about protecting this institution or talked about this institution, but we got a $40 billion bill at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. I haven't had a chance to review the bill my staff is pouring over the pages, trying to see what's in it. You want to talk about the institution. You want to talk about standing up alongside Ukraine. Why don't we actually have a debate on the floor of the people's house instead of the garbage of getting a $40 billion bill at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Not paid for without having any idea what's really in it with a massive slush fund that goes to the State Department, $13 billion, 8 billion for the economic support fund, a 110 million for embassy security. We've got 40 billion that is unpaid for and you want to sit here and lecture this body about what we're going to do or not do about staying alongside Ukraine. Why don't we talk about the American people who are hurting the wide open borders that inflation that's killing people. The jobs that people can't get because of the cost of goods and services in this country. Amen. So let's go through this. February 26th, Biden approves $350 million in military aid for Ukraine according to Reuters. March 16th, Biden approves an additional $800 million in military aid for Ukraine. According to The New York Times. March 30th, Ukraine to receive an additional $500 million in aid from the U.S.. Biden announces its NBC News. April 12th, U.S. to announce $750 million more in weapons for Ukraine officials say. According to Reuters, may 6th, Biden announces new $150 million weapons package for Ukraine. Altogether those amounts are in excess of $3 billion.

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Elon Musk Is an Example of What We've Lost Over the Past Few Decades

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 4 d ago

Elon Musk Is an Example of What We've Lost Over the Past Few Decades

"We're at this moment where Elon, and this is what I really want to kind of focus in on, which is Elon is an example of what I think we've lost in the last 20 or 30 years, which is someone with legitimate power outside of the government coming in and fighting for regular people. And that is something that was worthy of reflection for a couple of moments, right? Because we're used to the opposite. We're used to Zuckerberg putting $400 million into our elections to have mail in ballots go everywhere, right? We're used to kind of this idea of, you know, CNN and all these massive mega corporations coming in and crushing the week. And kind of out of nowhere, the very person who is a creation of the American left and I'll prove it to you in a second is now the person who is offsetting it. So a majority of Elon's wealth is because of the green energy nonsense that they've been pushing. If it's so hilarious, right? Elon is only powerful because they want to get rid of fossil fuels. So they want to get revolve fossil fuels and drilling. Well, someone has to be a beneficiary. Okay, the electric car guy gets all the money. The problem is they did not realize they couldn't control him. So like one of the, one of the tweets here is from this person, I don't know, their name. Elon Musk is why we need to abolish billionaires. Okay. Asking them, asking them to chip in their fair share isn't enough. Regulating them isn't enough. This is a bleach check mark person on Twitter. When people are allowed to acquire this month's concentrated influence, they'll inevitably manspread economic power into every other form of power.

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Marchand scores twice, Bruins beat Canes to tie series at 2

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Marchand scores twice, Bruins beat Canes to tie series at 2

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Curry, Thompson lead Warriors past Morant, Grizzlies 142-112

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Curry, Thompson lead Warriors past Morant, Grizzlies 142-112

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John O'Neill: Putin's Connection to Stalin

Mark Levin

01:37 min | Last week

John O'Neill: Putin's Connection to Stalin

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Adebayo, Butler lead Heat past 76ers 119-103 in Game 2

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Adebayo, Butler lead Heat past 76ers 119-103 in Game 2

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Verlander solid again as Astros complete sweep of Mariners

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Verlander solid again as Astros complete sweep of Mariners

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Warriors rally after Green ejected, beat Grizzlies in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Warriors rally after Green ejected, beat Grizzlies in Game 1

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Grizzlies rally past Wolves 114-106 to reach 2nd round

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Grizzlies rally past Wolves 114-106 to reach 2nd round

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Embiid scores 33 points, 76ers finish off Raptors in Game 6

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Embiid scores 33 points, 76ers finish off Raptors in Game 6

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Russia's war heats up cooking oil prices in global squeeze

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

Russia's war heats up cooking oil prices in global squeeze

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Grizzlies claw back from 26 down, beat Wolves in Game 3

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Grizzlies claw back from 26 down, beat Wolves in Game 3

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Ford recalls over 650K trucks; windshield wipers can fail

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ford recalls over 650K trucks; windshield wipers can fail

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Embiid hits winning 3 in OT, 76ers beat Raptors for 3-0 lead

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Embiid hits winning 3 in OT, 76ers beat Raptors for 3-0 lead

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Rangers record 3rd straight shutout, beat Jets 3-0

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Rangers record 3rd straight shutout, beat Jets 3-0

"The the the the Rangers Rangers Rangers Rangers are are are are back back back back in in in in a a a a first first first first place place place place tie tie tie tie with with with with the the the the hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes in in in in the the the the metropolitan metropolitan metropolitan metropolitan division division division division following following following following the the the the Blueshirts Blueshirts Blueshirts Blueshirts three three three three nothing nothing nothing nothing shutout shutout shutout shutout of of of of the the the the jacks jacks jacks jacks your your your your sister sister sister sister can can can can turn turn turn turn back back back back thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one shots shots shots shots for for for for six six six six shutout shutout shutout shutout of of of of the the the the season season season season helping helping helping helping the the the the Rangers Rangers Rangers Rangers reach reach reach reach fifty fifty fifty fifty wins wins wins wins for for for for the the the the first first first first time time time time in in in in seven seven seven seven years years years years wide wide wide wide strong strong strong strong opened opened opened opened the the the the scoring scoring scoring scoring in in in in the the the the second second second second period period period period and and and and added added added added an an an an empty empty empty empty netter netter netter netter with with with with thirty thirty thirty thirty three three three three seconds seconds seconds seconds remaining remaining remaining remaining I I I I think think think think if if if if we we we we worry worry worry worry too too too too much much much much about about about about the the the the standings standings standings standings I I I I think think think think it's it's it's it's just just just just going going going going to to to to negatively negatively negatively negatively impact impact impact impact you you you you I I I I think think think think these these these these five five five five five five five five games games games games are are are are great great great great chance chance chance chance for for for for us us us us to to to to fine fine fine fine tune tune tune tune our our our our game game game game and and and and get get get get ready ready ready ready to to to to go go go go and and and and I I I I think think think think if if if if you you you you worry worry worry worry too too too too much much much much about about about about that that that that you you you you if if if if you you you you lose lose lose lose sight sight sight sight of of of of the the the the real real real real goal goal goal goal I I I I think think think think we we we we just just just just bring bring bring bring our our our our best best best best effort effort effort effort let let let let the the the the chips chips chips chips fall fall fall fall where where where where they they they they may may may may and and and and if if if if we we we we keep keep keep keep playing playing playing playing good good good good hockey hockey hockey hockey I I I I think think think think you you you you know know know know good good good good things things things things will will will will happen happen happen happen the the the the Rangers Rangers Rangers Rangers have have have have shut shut shut shut outs outs outs outs in in in in three three three three straight straight straight straight games games games games and and and and four four four four of of of of their their their their last last last last six six six six I'm I'm I'm I'm Jane Jane Jane Jane fairy fairy fairy fairy

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"chips" Discussed on This is Today

This is Today

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"chips" Discussed on This is Today

"This. Is today the podcast that features the stories that make this unique. It's wednesday february. Twenty fourth twenty twenty. one. I'm russ and here is what you need to know about today. Yeah i know did so exciting that i plug this as jennifer aniston's favorite snack. If she happens to come over to your house you should definitely have this particular snack. Now if for aniston's gonna come over to your house Give me a ring. Let me know. I'd love to meet jennifer aniston And i'll bring her plenty of tortilla chips. Yes it's national tortilla chip day today. Which oh that's a great one I wish they would have combined it with national salsa day We had guacamole day not too long ago. I can't remember exactly when that was yes. We've had guacamole we've had salsa and now we get i guess the main course in that little snack recipe The tortilla chip so Yeah enjoy your tortilla chips. You know these things actually don't know where they were created they say the supposed- inventor was jose martin cena's in san antonio texas. He made this thing that's masa he cut it up and made chips out of it and so that's where they credit the start of tortilla chips but really in the nineteen forties. Elle's our poppy tortilla factory in the los angeles area. they're the ones that started producing it. Getting it out there. And i guess that's why that's our game date snack now the biggest one. I love to talk about the world's record on all of these national days. Well the biggest one hundred and ten pounds thirty two square feet. It took fifty hours to make and they did this in the uk back in twenty twelve as a restaurant that did in fifty hours to create a chip and weighing one hundred and ten pounds. Yeah i need. I don't know where i'd get a bowl that big. I'm sure there's a record for biggest salsa bowl. I'll have to look but yes there. You go hundred ten pounds for your biggest chip all right when we come back. We've got plenty of aunts. Talk about for today and we will do that in just you know. I wish for audio. I had something like grammar. Yeah no it's fantastic for the podcast. I use it every single day. I love early. And you know what there's a link in the podcast description for you to click and you can try grammar it basically. It's like you know having your own editor l. Just fix your punctuation and give you the right words and your sentences. It's really awesome. So click the link in the description and try out graham really all right. Let's take a look at our events for today. All right so in eighteen sixty three arizona was used. It became a united states territory. But here's the thing. I only talk about states win their states. I can't talk about it because territory on this day. So i'm not gonna go into detail. I'm sorry arizona but church is going to have to wait until you're statehood day before i talk about you in nineteen twenty on this day. See you thought. I would talk about it but now i'm going straight on to something else. Nineteen twenty. The nazi party was founded by adolf hitler. At a half bra hall in munich. Germany hitler would become the party leader in the next year. He would also become the chancellor of germany in nineteen thirty three following world war. Two the nazi party would become illegal. Symbols of the party are outlawed in many european countries including germany and austria in nineteen forty two speaking of world war two. It was the battle of los angeles. No this isn't like a will smith movie or dwayne. The rock johnson is not gonna come running out. This was an actual thing that happened In one thousand nine hundred forty two old late at night on the twenty four th and into the morning of the twenty fifth there were air raid sirens people because you see. The japanese just did a similar attack on pearl harbor. They also bombed an oilfield just off the california coast in the pacific. People are freaking out. Air raid sirens. Were going off at about two twenty five. Am they went on throughout all of los angeles county. Now here's the thing they actually started like doing something like firing it we're doing anti aircraft artillery in five citizens died now they didn't die because of the artillery they weren't like shot however it did cause car accidents because they were looking up and all the lights are out and all this crazy stuff going on in la. Several people died in car accidents. Couple people died with heart attacks but it was just a false alarm. It turned out it was a weather balloon. That's what that was about. So that's why. There's no will smith or dwayne the rock johnson ice. Listen his name. I don't know why But yeah that's whether movie created about. This is a celebration. I guess you'd say Of the event that happens once a year that was canceled because govan. It's not gonna happen this year but maybe it will happen again next year also in one thousand nine hundred forty two on this day. The voice of america made its first broadcast in germany It was basically to counter the propaganda of the nazi leaders by the end of the war. The voice of america had thirty nine metres provided service in forty. Different languages The programming was broadcast from new york. And san francisco. They played a music news commentary relays of the us domestic programming ryan. Seacrest was probably on their But yeah It started with an american playwright former. Fdr speechwriter sherwood. And you know he didn't actually go on the air but he put together. The first message in germany was we bring you the voices of america today and daily from now on we shall speak to you about america and the war. The news may be good for us. The news may be bad but we shall tell you the truth. Wouldn't that be nice. If i was still journalism today. You know quite see that everywhere in nineteen eighty-seven on this day. Radio personality and tv star larry king suffered a heart attack. He said that leading up to the scare. He did everything wrong He went on and created. The larry king cardiac heart foundation Yeah he's had a couple heart attacks the diagnosis of diabetes and lung cancer. His son and king died of heart attack at the age of sixty five. Now just a couple of weeks later. His daughter chhaya king died from lung cancer at the age of fifty one. And of course. Larry king passed away on january. Twenty third of this year all right in nineteen ninety two on this day rockers. Yeah let me go out and say rockers. Now alternative rockers. I dunno anyway. Kurt cobain and courtney love were married on waikiki. Beach in hawaii. Two years later he would die last year. She wrote twenty eight years ago. I recall feeling deeply delighted dizzy and so in love and knowing how lucky i was kurt. And courtney had one. Daughter francis being kobe on this day in nineteen ninety eight elton. John was knighted yeah. He was knighted for his contributions to music and charity. By the queen. While you've got to be knighted by the queen it's a member of the orders of chivalry. It's a knights bachelor and of course. Now we've gotta call him sir. Elton john not just own john Sir elton john. I gotta get night so that i can be sir russ. I think that would be pretty cool. It's would work both ways. It's like cooking reasonably certain rest wrestler anyway twenty.

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"chips" Discussed on Chips with Everything

Chips with Everything

08:50 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Chips with Everything

"Meet the next generation Samsung galaxy to demonstrate how the new wireless power share works pay close attention on this side, the new galaxy on this side your friends phone by just putting both phones together. Your new galaxy starts moving energy from your phone to your friends phone extending the battery just like that the Samsung galaxy s ten s ten plus the next generation galaxy. The god. Halley Jordan Erika Weber here. I know you want used to hearing my voice on Wednesday morning, but this week we're hosting a special bonus episode to look at a particular type of technology that the guardian has built an his currently testing. It's cold the guardian briefing. Hello and welcome to the guardian briefing here. Three today's top headlines headline one the team at guardian voice lobs is experimenting with generating an audio new summary by blending human and synthetic voices. It's designed for Google assistant. And based on existing guardian journalism and curation the idea is to capitalize on the text to speech technology on the assistant platform and create a new way for people to digest the news of the day. Thanks coming in Tibet to explain exactly how the technology works. I invited the product manager for the guardian voice lab. Jeremy peacock into the studio. This is a bonus episode of chips with everything. Where did the idea have guardian news for the Google assistant? Come from what's the what's the kind of goal? So news is one of the things that people say that they use on these platforms, especially on smart speakers. But it's also something they don't say they value very much. So there's this huge gap between how often they are asking for news and the type of news experiences they're getting and how much perceived value find in those things. So a lot of people maybe about half of people never do anything that is not on the tin on these devices. So they play music the ask general knowledge questions. What's the weather set timers? And then what we're trying to figure out. What is the right shape of news experience on these devices is it more sort of this passive ambient radio experience. Or is it more something that you are really interacting with in a different conversational way. I think my experience with Google assistances pretty much fifty percent setting time as fifty percent asking for songs on Spotify and early half of. As ever work. Let's talk about the relationship with Google. They funding the project out of the relationship work, which they get out of it. Yes. Oh, I think the so it's part of a long partnership that the Gordon house with Google we worked with them on a VR lab as well with their helping do is fund the RND project, basically. And I think what they get out of it is a better partnership with us. But I think they're also very interested in publishers figuring out what the shape of news experiences should be on these devices. They've built like amazing underlying technology, but it's up to us to figure out what those content based experiences are gonna be. So that's gets the technology itself. Then how did you go about building this tech? So the technology's interesting because it's very new, but is not maybe as complicated, as you might think because a lot of this really heavy lifting of the machine learning and all of the are done by the platforms. So we have to do is really within. The constraints that they give us figure out. What is the right experience? And that is really the difficult part because it's a totally different paradigm to a website or an app. What what does it mean to talk to the guardian? What does it mean to talk to a computer, everyone needs help figuring at out the general literacy around that isn't very high, and there's not a lot of standards or expectations around what should be in a voice experience. So we're really trying to figure out how to combine what the platform does offer. You would is really good at is doing out what you said. And then we have to decide what to do with that information. And it's not so easy to figure out all of the things that someone might say, and how to decide what to do based on that intent say, how did you use the tech then to get that result? So this sort of two main things you can do in a voice, I experience, which is you need to either provide some sort of audio that. Is recorded. So a rich audio we call it should be something like you prerecord, something and you play it when the computer says something specific or when the user asks for something. And then the other thing that these platforms offer is text to speech technology, and this is combined with a sort of a markup language SNL in kind of think of it as HTML for sound. So it's telling the computer what to say and how to say it, and there's all these interesting nerdy things around prosperity pitch emphasis. So you can choose in tweets will how the machine actually reads, your text content, but you don't actually have to pre record everything and what we've tried to find in our in our last project was a mix of those two things because the text to speech robot voices, people don't automats like them, and they can get grating and difficult to listen to for long periods of time. But it has a huge amount of power because it's very dynamic. It can be very fast and. Up to date and it pulls from a huge variety of tech sources on the other hand, the natural audio of human voice is just more pleasing people connect with it in a different way, we can put things like music in and whatnot. So trying to combine those things it's something we've been really interested in. And here's headline news eland gun laws. Just and has said her country will introduce new firearms laws in the wake of Friday's terrorist attack on two mosques in Christ's church, but did not announce specifics. Do you think it'll affect the way that people take in the news if they hear it this way in this kind of blended human voice, and synthetic voice combination. I think people actually already sort of know the shape of what this news that they want out of these things is people say they want really brief things that they can control really easily or like really long passive experiences. I think the more difficult thing is when you can't tell the human from the robot, the Google our voices just got a lot better when they release these new wave net voices, which are actually powered by deep mind, neural network technology and the leap forward is just incredible. So I think it's going to be really interesting just the pace of that. Where already it's quite difficult to tell sometimes is that a human voice or not. And I think even beyond that we might need to think about well, what does a guardian specific voice. Tell sound like do all voices on the machine sound the same. How can you? Actually differentiate between what one publisher another sounds like. So I think there's a whole lot to unpack there when it comes to people's expectations around that. And what they wanna listen to generally, do you think there are worrying implications for if you have a very realistic sounding robot voice that sounds like human reading guardian news save something goes wrong with the code. There's a bug, and it's an it's reading an incorrect story at its in its voice that sounds human. And it says it's from the guardian, you know, how do you deal with those kinds of she's so one of the things that we do in product development is we'd decide to optimize around certain things and what we're trying to demise around in in the project. We're working on right now is really against these exact things that we call hard fails. So we have these different categorical systems to define is this a good machine. Read is a okay one or a bad one and these bad ones, we're really trying to optimize around. We'd rather have. That was slightly awkward or maybe not as good as it could be rather than something. That's incorrect. So I think for for us the onus is on us to set up an automated system that has these baked in Dettori philosophies embedded in it rather than just try to set up. Whatever is the fastest or this easiest so we're spending a lot of time combing through the output of those is automatic pipeline and trying to figure out which ones work, and which ones don't because we really want to make sure that that editorial judgement and curation is the real value of it.

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"chips" Discussed on Chips with Everything

Chips with Everything

06:12 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Chips with Everything

"Speech. The British people have voted to leave the European Union. And there will must be respected. The time for empty talk is over now arrives the hour of action men came twenty sixteen the year, the UK voted to leave the European Union. Otherwise known is Brexit and Donald Trump was elected president of the United States of America. This was a turning point in Rojas relationship with Facebook. It in January twenty sixteen. I was unbe -cation with my wife, and I you know. Imagine that I was a huge cheerleader for Facebook. You know, really proud of the small role that I played success and suddenly I saw things originally round. So he cites the twenty sixteen election, which I think is uncommon is as an example of white people fell out of love with Facebook. He says there were there were two things that happened around that time that really changed his view of the social network. Well, three two things in his response to them. The first was the he's ties seeing a lot of misogynistic abuse of Hillary Clinton on Facebook. And he just couldn't understand why. And how this strain of what he thought was horrible attacks on Clinton. Why had come seemingly of nowhere? Why it was going so viral Facebook and that made him really start to question. The value of Facebook it in in democracy the role face because to play in the political culture and the other big thing was the. The discovery that that was a data mining f o on Facebook to find black lives matter. Supporters harvest their profiles and sell that information to police departments. It was a blunt profiling thing, it was absolutely squashing legitimate protest. And again, it wasn't entirely clear that Facebook was really doing much about this. It certainly didn't seem to be actively pushing back against in a huge way. We should make clear that both of the practices. Alex mentions were examples of Facebook being abused rather than Facebook being abusive Facebook, never approved the selling of data from supporters of black lives matter. Police departments uses was simply annoyed that they didn't do more to stop it on those two things said he says made him worry for the first time that Facebook might not be a force for good both in terms of its systemic effects. And also, the company it self and the real thing that forced his hand. He says was he wrote up his concerns in a memo. To Malkin, Cheryl, which is included in in the appendix his book that the original memo that he wrote he wrote it for publication and sent it to his friends to say, hey, you know, here's a heads up. I want publish this. What do you think? And they came back, and they said there's no problem. We've got to control don't publish it. 'cause we're gonna fix it. But you know, there's there's not really problem we're dealing with this. You know, he came out going. Okay. Well, if they've got under control, and they never fixed it, and he said that for him was kind of the moment he decided that this wasn't something that you could fix from inside the tent that he needed to get public. Eventually, I gave up I just realized you know, what they really aren't ever going to change and. So that's what I decided. I'd better figure out exactly what happened. Twenty seven today. Neither Mark Zuckerberg, nor Sheryl Sandberg has responded to wrote a story about this memo. However, Roger never did publish the blog. He subsequently stopped advising suck Aberg and in twenty seventeen. He started working with tristen Harris who was once a Google design ethicist, but left the company in twenty sixteen the two of April twenty seventeen out to see if we couldn't raise awareness enough to get a conversation going. I wrote your Tristian join forces to push more generally fall for Facebook and Google to start thinking about how they how they have these systemic effects on the world. Now may be actually designing for maximum gauge -ment isn't the only thing that these complaints should be doing. So he doesn't speak deductible all Sandberg anymore, but unlike Alex who quit Facebook and thinks we'd all be better off without it. Roger believes that Facebook could be better and more beneficial to society. And leader of a an organization that built enormous economic success through a combination of hardwood and billion sites. However that economic power came unprecedented political influence and political power. And he still thinks that suck book is a phenomenally talented businessmen. I mean, I I asked him does Facebook need to be destroyed is the only route this the end of it. And he said. I think he thinks a Facebook the paid more attention to this information that prioritized fighting these problems on its platform rather than bearing his head in the sand that one that was just slightly less laser focused on expanding and bearings competitors. And more focused on serving its consumers could be good and he thinks with mixture of consumer and government pressure from the outside. Maybe that will get through. Safer. Roger Facebook still has some growing up to do. But what about the human beings who have grown up in Facebook's connected world? I think we do have more secure or safe positive environments online. But purposes, you know, is very hard to check the age of young people until on line. Exactly more on that. After this short break. Stopping

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Swiss and Chips

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

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Chips with Everything

06:02 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Chips with Everything

"Today. Focuses in new guardian podcast that brings you closer to our journalism by getting behind the news every weekday. You'll join me initiative, Astana, talking to people at the center of the big stories impacting our world will use personal perspectives and expert analysis put you at the heart of what matters listen to today in focus unsubscribe on apple podcast Spotify or whatever you choose to listen. Welcome back to chips with everything. I'm Jordan Erika Weber this week. We're talking about why the immensely popular video game fortnight is getting into trouble over dance moves and how to deal with copyright in the digital age. Guardian journalist Keith Stewart finish off the first half by explaining that. This case is far from simple, but we wanted to dig a little further so producer Danielle spoke to an expert in intellectual property law. Focuses mainly on the creative industries, so. My name's I'm the head of the computer games team Sheridan's, which the media time in Lofa. Are you a fortnight? I'm rubbish full night. Absolutely. Terrible. Every time I play I lease convincingly. So we talked to Keith Stewart. He told us about the various lawsuits that are starting to Adolf against the video game. And and software developer epic games. So let's try and break it down. Why is this a tricky area? First of all, can you copyrighted dance move. You can't copy rod don's Maeve or is probably better too. So you can copy don's dons me specifically in itself, like the moon walk or something that cannot be copyrighted. That's only small part of a larger dance move. Why not the idea that you can any cooperate things which involve a an element of intellectual efforts of one small part of a larger patient be something that should be protected by copyright the idea being the issue be able to build on within certain parameters. Things have come before. Now, the reason we recognize the dances at the center of these allegations is because they became famous on platforms like YouTube or on television. So they've all at least been filmed. Alex explains why that won't be enough the claimants to win their case. The Colson don's move is obviously filmed, the the flooding is of films what they need to prove in order to to have a successful cases one that they came up with it too that they're the original creator of three that is substantial enough that it should be protected copyright and for the epic was aware of that. When they copied. So things like the Carlton dance that is a full dance. You can't consider that a move. Right. I think you can consider the don's dredging my memory, T freshman, Subedar episodes. But that's interesting done. So that he seeking reload on that. Because a lot of people drawing similarities to things have gone before. Especially Bruce Springsteen. Alfonso Ribeiro has spoken in the past about how his Caulton dance is based on a mix between Courtney Cox is dance moves in the Bruce Springsteen video for dancing in the dark and Eddie Murphy's so-called white people dance, which he performed during a live standup performance. Now, if it's not an original don's move than Afonso Ribera con owned, the copyrights, and maybe it subsists somewhere else. Maybe no one actually knows where it is. But he's going to have to prove the he came up with it. I and he's original creator. There are several arguments that epic games could use to defend selling these dance moves on fortnight but artists like the backpack kid have their arguments to in the end. And there's no guarantee as to how this will turn out or do you believe that, you know? Well, there's an arguable case here, and it's not clear a known saying police, slam dunk, everything any commentator saying, well, absolutely don't protected and these people have ripped it off equal to look at the other side and epics defense in there. I don't think there's anything here that says, this is an absolute slam Dunkin epic given clearly guilty. Now, I'm not prejudging how the course might might interpret it. But this clearly a lot more be talking about who came up with these answers when they were come up with were they original whether copying of other people chips with everything we often hear experts say that technology influences legislation and that legislation needs to catch up in this case. However, Alex doesn't believe that the law is totally to blame actually believe copyright laws need to catch up. The problem is the infringements are happening around the world with digital downloads. Very popular four nine it. Seems there's a huge problem. It's actually the same problem. That's always been there. I'm not sure there's anything that really needs to change it just needs the facts needs to be applied to the laws, and that needs to be argued house in cool to see whether it's copying. But I don't believe having you law that protects dance moves anymore than already exists is needed for anybody listening who thinks they might have the makings of the next big dance and sation the internet should not deter you from showing the world. What you've got. I've liked the people aren't going to stop producing intellectual works. Just because there's potential for infringements has always been the potential for infringements. But there was also the potential that they can make money out for all potentially that you'd want to make money out of that people write books poems, maybe not actually make money out of. But basically to spread a message Rotella story to the world that is now easier to do you can you can put out film, and it can be viewed by a lot more people. So I'd like to think. The potentially while infringements will happen more frequently in the digital age. There is also a pension for much wider audience, and and that should inspire people to continue to. That's

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Chips with Everything

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Chips with Everything

"The system that controls them and the clocks different on the two systems, and that was enough to cool down because they detected the something wrong and for safety closed down solo systems. I didn't didn't have any safety effects, of course, because nobody was fly. An all it took was to restore the computers and everything was fine. But in a number of countries, a major problems occurred on fifteen nuclear reactors shut down for example for four Cape problems. There was a serious problem in the UK that was only discovered later, which was that the system that alerted mothers of a particular age that they needed to be screened for down syndrome during pregnancy turned out to be working incorrectly. Because we're y two k problem all these things did happen. As a result of why do you care despite all the effort that went into preventing t many disasters. Why do people still think that nothing happened? A lot of the failures did occur weren't publicized because they were embarrassing to the companies after all the work that had been done on all the warnings. So there was nothing in it for them to to answer that had a failure. And if they could manage to fix those things quickly with the disturbance show. Going up or if they could blame it on something else, then they weren't likely to. But at press release saying we had a y two k problem the major problems that would have occurred had all that effort not been put in of course, didn't happen. And so there was a large element of people necessarily talking up the scale of the problem beforehand in order to get the work done. And then, of course, people saying that calamity didn't occur, and it's just human nature when when you manage to avoid opprobrium, it's easy to imagine that the problem wasn't there after Y2._K turned out not to be anywhere near as disastrous. As people had come to believe it would be. There was a cynical backlash but Martin insists that's no course, complacency more potential bugs are out there. I mean need to be ready. We certainly need to continue work. Worrying about anywhere where a lot of systems might fail symbol Tena Asli as a result of a single event. And there are a frightening number of those still around. There is a recent report from the government of signs of Blackett report about the dependence of the UK economy on the position navigation, and in particular, the timing signals that come from GPS, which means it if GPS were to fail an astonishing amount of the economy would would collapse defend like people don't tend to learn than from things like this. Oh, absolutely, particularly if people go around telling them that it was a scam and nothing happened. But what has happened since is that for economic reasons we've taken the resilience out of lots of supply chain. So the possibility of cascade failures is much higher. Now, people don't realize. Is that putting in redundancy for resilience purposes is like buying insurance and just like buying insurance? It can be very good idea. In July twenty my colleague, Alex Hahn wrote that some experts predict we might see a Y two K type problem in Japan when Emperor Akihito abdicates the throne later this year. Japanese calendar works in areas that are based on weeks of the emperor's reign. And so it restarts. With with a new a new era, and you get exactly the same problems as why to capable if if you'll processing data that goes across an era boundary, then all the calculations will start go wrong. If you'll if you don't process that boundary correctly, if you're just relying on on the numbers and the the week number in it within an era and not noticing not recognizing that you're working across an era boundary. So it becomes exactly the same structure as the way to Cape problem. So for a number of software companies have been trying to ensure that their customers had the ability to do testing against a change of of era. Whitey k is fixed in many of our minds as a classic. Even comedic example of unnecessary scaremongering, but as Martin points out, even after heaps of resources went into solving the problem some millennium bug still slipped through the net. And these unforeseen consequences should remind us of just how dependent our society is on the reliability of software in particular. I think learning the lessons would you say that you really do need to treat software as an engineered product under the needs to be developed in a rigorous way..

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Chips with Everything

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Chips with Everything

"Service line providing services to companies who needed expertise on on the two thousand and who needed support in in finding and fixing the problems. So but the big nineties I was giving lots of talks to to the auditors and two companies into the boards of international companies, particularly in in Europe. And in America about the scale of the problem and persuading the auditors, and helping write the text that would actually really alert the the companies they were auditing to the fact that there was a major problem here. And I was responsible for teams that were working on on solving what UK problems for major pump. Please say once people did start to take this seriously and make preparations what did that involve what did maybe individuals doing what had been companies do the job? Of course was to find out. What you've only villages were the first part of that was to try and work out. What software you'd actually got him. What computer systems you've got the might be vulnerable and most companies discovered that they didn't even know what software they possessed, and then it was necessary having discovered what systems you got you had to work out. How are you going to check them in order to find out what kinda problems you'd God? And there were various approaches to that for the big data processing systems people would write programs or or simply get a small army of people to read the source code of the of the software looking for data processing in order to work out. Whether there were issues other companies decided the solution was to. Change the clocks to to do the testing to to simply reset the the date on the systems watch what happened when the clocks rolled over the end of the millennium. after the break. We'll learn more about what fall out there was from Y2._K, and what we should learn from what could have happened. I'm really worried about it. I think that we have built a digital society on foundations that are not well enough engineer to support the trust is placed on it. And that can only end in in some pretty serious calamities. Don't go anywhere. We'll be right back..

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Chips with Everything

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Chips with Everything

"So you've actually been on this show before to talk about why two k at the start of twenty seventeen that was before Danielle and I joined what's happened since then been any big changes in our understanding of y two k the myths continue on one of the things that's happened. Is that with all the discussion about the consequences of brick certain and crashing into the European Union? Why'd you Kay has been invokes a lot by the people who want to an analogy for something. That's terribly frightening. But book won't happen and doesn't cause a problem. So. Martin Thomas is a retired expert in software engineering and cybersecurity a democratise professor in IT at Gresham college. He knows a lot about why two k, but he doesn't know everything. Have you seen that Nike has started selling Y2._K inspired shoes? They've got that kind of I guess kind of chrome colored to reflect the kind of colors of technology of the era. Why do you think people want to look back on the early two thousands with such fondness? Do you have any theories, but her because the prison is fairly clue in the future looks worse. We'll get to why why two K is still relevant nineteen years after it happened in a minute. But first let's travel back to the turn of the millennium throughout the nineteen ninety s people were preparing for the arrival of so-called millenium bug. So I got Martin to explain what this mysterious threat was actually supposed to be the were number of issues around the the two thousand in the way that dates are handled in computer systems, the big one is that for a very long time centuries have been left off date. So that you just get the number. And of course, we're still doing that. If you look on the fr. Of your credit card or Bank card. You'll say that we're still using two digits for the year. We we don't put the centuries in the the problem is that most commercial data processing handles dates and most commercial data processing uses them either to sort things into order or to work out gaps between dates how long is expiry period. But went wind does your your security Pasig spire how long is it safe to to keep this item food before it goes off? And so you have to do arithmetic on the dates, and you have to do comparisons on the dates, and if all you're doing is comparing the year without the century and the dates happen to cross a century boundary. You're in deep trouble has if you go from nineteen ninety six eighty two thousand four than on your comparing Ninety-six and four problems. Yes. And the likelihood is that your software seems talking about nineteen four rather than two thousand and four. Either end up with a NATO number you end up with very very large number. Both those things happened. What did people think was actually going to happen as a result of this? If this millenium bug arrived, what some of the more extreme forecasts. Oh, all sorts of things would break down that lots of computer systems would would cease to work that that banks wouldn't function credit cards wouldn't function. People will particularly worried about cascade failures across supply chains that but the supply food which stop, for example, all that the delivery of the chemicals for processing water wouldn't be possible and therefore water systems would fail or even that the pumps for the water would fail because they were computer controlled surprisingly. We also have the British retailer marks and Spencer to thank for warning us about why two k there was a famous delivery of tinned meat to marks and Spencer's got rejected both stores control system because it looked as oh it was. Over one hundred years old and under those circumstances. The system was programmed automatically to reject the the consignment on the on the goods inwards going into the marks and Spencer store in to immediately reorder, and and they did. And of course, the next consignment was rejected in exactly the same way. And at that point, they realized they got a problem, and then increasingly other systems started to fail anything that had to look forward to calculator and expiry date, for example, a pass for somebody to a library card or something like that though system started to produce silly numbers or actually to crash. One reason Martin remembers this time so well is because he was one of the people working on Whitey thousand prevention..

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Swiss and Chips

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

"I think every Swiss should once going many that I know that they have been very Swiss thing to do with much go for Swiss. And I am sure. It's also nice for for tourists or experts. I one hundred percent agree. So yeah, I think that's that's more or less. Do you have any special recommendations that people should think about I mean, bring loss where warm clothes because it's very shadowy? That's also why it's frozen. One one reason why it's frozen, and I would say say if you can take one of these portable hand woman's to put in your gloves, you've been ice skating idea because my hands up sleet, freezing by the end of it. There is a shop, but at the bottom of the cable car. Yes, where you can buy all these things if you want to. Yeah. The only thing left say really is just go for it. It's awesome. And I think you have bring cash and also what I thought is the restaurants as all restaurants in the mouse mountain or just quite super expensive. So either the restaurant, although it was very good. I think but I would recommend to bring some picnic bring some tea. Yeah. What bring us some small food with you. Because then you don't you can just have your food on the lake if you want to or on the side of the lake in snow or wherever you like there's so much space. And I think it's totally worth to spend a few hours. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. I think. The last question for me is what would you say? I'm the first time in Switzerland or not for long in Switzerland and not much experience with anything. So can I go or not can I go alone or not oh, you can went under? Thank elaine. Totally. Thanks good. So. With you. But you know, what of no, I think it's totally true. I also think because for me as a Swiss I think it's totally safe hundred ten percent. Oh, yeah. If I were visiting Switzerland on my pain, and I heard about this. I would one hundred percent recommend. It's really awesome. And that's the kind of thing that doesn't happen. All the time. Yes. So. Go go. What do you mean? Have been then if you have been there, or if you go let us know be great just write to us right in E mail, come to our website. So listen, chips dot com or on our in our Facebook group in full English English-speakers. Yes. Exactly. And with that there is not much more to say than happy new year. Yes. Exactly.

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Swiss and Chips

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

"I think every Swiss should once going many that I know that they have been very Swiss thing to do with much go for Swiss. And I am sure. It's also nice for for tourists or experts. I one hundred percent agree. So yeah, I think that's that's more or less. Do you have any special recommendations that people should think about I mean, bring loss where warm clothes because it's very shadowy? That's also why it's frozen. One one reason why it's frozen, and I would say say if you can take one of these portable hand woman's to put in your gloves, you've been ice skating idea because my hands up sleet, freezing by the end of it. There is a shop, but at the bottom of the cable car. Yes, where you can buy all these things if you want to. Yeah. The only thing left say really is just go for it. It's awesome. And I think you have bring cash and also what I thought is the restaurants as all restaurants in the mouse mountain or just quite super expensive. So either the restaurant, although it was very good. I think but I would recommend to bring some picnic bring some tea. Yeah. What bring us some small food with you. Because then you don't you can just have your food on the lake if you want to or on the side of the lake in snow or wherever you like there's so much space. And I think it's totally worth to spend a few hours. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. I think. The last question for me is what would you say? I'm the first time in Switzerland or not for long in Switzerland and not much experience with anything. So can I go or not can I go alone or not oh, you can went under? Thank elaine. Totally. Thanks good. So. With you. But you know, what of no, I think it's totally true. I also think because for me as a Swiss I think it's totally safe hundred ten percent. Oh, yeah. If I were visiting Switzerland on my pain, and I heard about this. I would one hundred percent recommend. It's really awesome. And that's the kind of thing that doesn't happen. All the time. Yes. So. Go go. What do you mean? Have been then if you have been there, or if you go let us know be great just write to us right in E mail, come to our website. So listen, chips dot com or on our in our Facebook group in full English English-speakers. Yes. Exactly. And with that there is not much more to say than happy new year. Yes. Exactly.

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"chips" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

Swiss and Chips

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

"I think every Swiss should once going many that I know that they have been very Swiss thing to do with much go for Swiss. And I am sure. It's also nice for for tourists or experts. I one hundred percent agree. So yeah, I think that's that's more or less. Do you have any special recommendations that people should think about I mean, bring loss where warm clothes because it's very shadowy? That's also why it's frozen. One one reason why it's frozen, and I would say say if you can take one of these portable hand woman's to put in your gloves, you've been ice skating idea because my hands up sleet, freezing by the end of it. There is a shop, but at the bottom of the cable car. Yes, where you can buy all these things if you want to. Yeah. The only thing left say really is just go for it. It's awesome. And I think you have bring cash and also what I thought is the restaurants as all restaurants in the mouse mountain or just quite super expensive. So either the restaurant, although it was very good. I think but I would recommend to bring some picnic bring some tea. Yeah. What bring us some small food with you. Because then you don't you can just have your food on the lake if you want to or on the side of the lake in snow or wherever you like there's so much space. And I think it's totally worth to spend a few hours. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. I think. The last question for me is what would you say? I'm the first time in Switzerland or not for long in Switzerland and not much experience with anything. So can I go or not can I go alone or not oh, you can went under? Thank elaine. Totally. Thanks good. So. With you. But you know, what of no, I think it's totally true. I also think because for me as a Swiss I think it's totally safe hundred ten percent. Oh, yeah. If I were visiting Switzerland on my pain, and I heard about this. I would one hundred percent recommend. It's really awesome. And that's the kind of thing that doesn't happen. All the time. Yes. So. Go go. What do you mean? Have been then if you have been there, or if you go let us know be great just write to us right in E mail, come to our website. So listen, chips dot com or on our in our Facebook group in full English English-speakers. Yes. Exactly. And with that there is not much more to say than happy new year. Yes. Exactly.

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Swiss and Chips

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

"They'd put out little bits of carpet and little wooden benches. So that you can sit down and put your shoes on put your ice skates on that was a really good idea in the lake on lake because I already thought where am I going to put my skates on a calm. Imagine slide around in the ice trying to get them on putting them on in the snow. He knows what. So that's all sorted, basically. Yes. And so it's really kind of settled pupils ago that was awesome. Then what did you see? They're basically there's sort of mix of people sitting around families. Couples also one one falling spilling children on sledges. Dokes going mad totem running around some people playing ice hockey this good skaters rubbish skaters people rolling on the bums to walk on the lake. You don't have to bring your ice skates. If you don't want to. Yeah. True. I'm not an amazing skater understatement of the day perhaps. That was a little bit anxious about skating, but if you someone who's a good skater, or at least someone who you can hold onto or you die mind falling. You'll be absolutely fine. Yes. By the end of it. I was confident enough to skate back to safety alone. Took a while. But yes. The ice and numeracy's and it wasn't slippery. Yes. Oh, yeah. That's maybe something you should explain. So as is always slipper. Yes. Or no. That's the thing. Isn't it? When you see on TV. It's the ways people doing this gun of feet running most they can't stand on ice. But it's actually not like that at all. Which is weird. It was a bit rough surface. It all depends on the surface, basically. But usually if it's flat than ISIS never really that's liberate except if a small if it's a bit of snow fresh snow on until on. Yes. On top. Then if you're on shoes, it might be slippery. What even then? I mean, you saw I saw today even at least ten people falling over and no one they seem K. Indica? The other thing is it's takes lofts. I say take loft thick gloves. It's absolutely freezing. But also if you fall over your protected, you fall on your hands lean a bit forward, you will fall on your hands. And if somebody per if there is a big coincidence and somebody comes across your fingers than there are still on. So. I think you should wear gloves. Yeah. Oh, yeah. For sure. Anyway. So you put on your shoes and rice skates, and then you made your first step onto lake how was it? Grab a hold of someone. He's happy to have you grabbing hold of them. And then venture out onto the ice. Yes, mildly. Terrifying. For the first few minutes. Minus plus or minus off an hour. But once you get out when she's stagger out into the middle. It's really amazing. I mean, that's a completely unique experience. I think people totally true. I think like I said before this mountain cliffs, they come closer and closer and closer to further out to get and if you're in the middle of the lake at sometimes you also see small black holes and. How'd you say? If it's broken dice and the strikes but frozen over, but you can see small black cracks and the border borders. See sometimes holes in dice because some people go fishing is fishing Yang. You can say my stitching. Yep. Exactly. So it's it's just really magical and there are small ice stars on top and snowflake of crystals of ice flakes. Yeah. So it's really a great experience. Once you find also. Looking around. That's nothing..

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Swiss and Chips

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

"They'd put out little bits of carpet and little wooden benches. So that you can sit down and put your shoes on put your ice skates on that was a really good idea in the lake on lake because I already thought where am I going to put my skates on a calm. Imagine slide around in the ice trying to get them on putting them on in the snow. He knows what. So that's all sorted, basically. Yes. And so it's really kind of settled pupils ago that was awesome. Then what did you see? They're basically there's sort of mix of people sitting around families. Couples also one one falling spilling children on sledges. Dokes going mad totem running around some people playing ice hockey this good skaters rubbish skaters people rolling on the bums to walk on the lake. You don't have to bring your ice skates. If you don't want to. Yeah. True. I'm not an amazing skater understatement of the day perhaps. That was a little bit anxious about skating, but if you someone who's a good skater, or at least someone who you can hold onto or you die mind falling. You'll be absolutely fine. Yes. By the end of it. I was confident enough to skate back to safety alone. Took a while. But yes. The ice and numeracy's and it wasn't slippery. Yes. Oh, yeah. That's maybe something you should explain. So as is always slipper. Yes. Or no. That's the thing. Isn't it? When you see on TV. It's the ways people doing this gun of feet running most they can't stand on ice. But it's actually not like that at all. Which is weird. It was a bit rough surface. It all depends on the surface, basically. But usually if it's flat than ISIS never really that's liberate except if a small if it's a bit of snow fresh snow on until on. Yes. On top. Then if you're on shoes, it might be slippery. What even then? I mean, you saw I saw today even at least ten people falling over and no one they seem K. Indica? The other thing is it's takes lofts. I say take loft thick gloves. It's absolutely freezing. But also if you fall over your protected, you fall on your hands lean a bit forward, you will fall on your hands. And if somebody per if there is a big coincidence and somebody comes across your fingers than there are still on. So. I think you should wear gloves. Yeah. Oh, yeah. For sure. Anyway. So you put on your shoes and rice skates, and then you made your first step onto lake how was it? Grab a hold of someone. He's happy to have you grabbing hold of them. And then venture out onto the ice. Yes, mildly. Terrifying. For the first few minutes. Minus plus or minus off an hour. But once you get out when she's stagger out into the middle. It's really amazing. I mean, that's a completely unique experience. I think people totally true. I think like I said before this mountain cliffs, they come closer and closer and closer to further out to get and if you're in the middle of the lake at sometimes you also see small black holes and. How'd you say? If it's broken dice and the strikes but frozen over, but you can see small black cracks and the border borders. See sometimes holes in dice because some people go fishing is fishing Yang. You can say my stitching. Yep. Exactly. So it's it's just really magical and there are small ice stars on top and snowflake of crystals of ice flakes. Yeah. So it's really a great experience. Once you find also. Looking around. That's nothing..

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Swiss and Chips

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

"But now, I wonder can you tell me a bit more. How is it? Like, I mean, how did you feel to go there is it dangerous to walk the path and so on or would you recommend to everyone children out, those two behalf to have any knowledge or obviously you went with real Swiss. No, it's true. Because when you say go ice skating on a frozen lake off in the mountains. I'd first impression might be dangerous. But it's really kind of someone checks out the ice. I it's very safe thing to do the work. There is completely fine. You have to walk on sny. But it's very it's sort of prepared poff. I think. Well on the website. They say don't take a posture. But we did take this show with us with some of your family, and it was absolutely fine. Anything is looking you're going slightly downhill on the way back yo going uphill. Yes. So it's not a big problem, but your arms my ak- bit by the end of it. Yes. But is it slippery or dangerous? Slippery was. Thank you find. And then how is it with dice gates? Maybe you can explain a bit more the ice skates. So do I have to bring my own. And so if you if you're right, then by all means bring them you can rent them there. I read on the website that they had two hundred and fifty pounds of ice skates. And I I personally expected big crowds of people big queues. But it wasn't that too. I mean, there was never quite a few people. But I'm we got there about an hour and a half after opened after the first cable comments up and. It you have to bring cash basically, so you can pay for the ice skates. Eight francs bring cash and the only thing I would say was an hour and a half into the first days opening they sold out of my shoe size. So I took a size bigger wasn't a problem. But then when we took on skates back, those quite a lot of people waiting and the guy who has renting them run up to me and said, how'd you skates to return to think, you think you think you're running back with them say wanted to take my skates. And it was the first thing. I did when I got this just to make sure I had escape. So if you don't have your notes, they get all about the facilities. Yeah. Well, there's a really nice hotel restaurant ever looks at and there's another restaurant a bit closer to the lake. Food and everything I mean, take cash review because there this is sort of stand that sells small things to eat and drink some sun. The. Principal in the restaurants. You can them. So they have everything you need. Then. Just to give a again, a small summer you co up with the cable car. Correct. You pay something like, I think it was about fourteen francs for return. If you have the half card, so twenty eight or something probably without half talk..

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Swiss and Chips

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

"We're just going to try and keep up focused up recruiting every every week with kind of similar topics. If you've got anything you'd like us to talk about by the way, then let us know we'd love to hear from you. And yet, so literally I think very often people have questions, but we don't really want to make kind of how to podcast only. So that's why we also want to give you a bit of a feeling how is it in Switzerland? Where could you go how how is the Swiss lifestyle? How is the culture? And yeah, we try to make that a bit more in the future. So not too much on facts because you can read that all on the internet. But we try to give you a bit of a feeling how is it to live in Switzerland? As an expert, and I tried to give you a bit of a Swiss, you exactly, and that's why I also chose this topic today to give you a bit more of a typical Swiss thing to do. Yeah. Exactly. A bit of kind of travel inspire. You say we built it up. What is the topic of today? Say today we went ice skate. Eating on a frozen. Alpine lake on lake version of is known as rushing and say now. Yeah. It was really really awesome has to be said. Oh, yeah. Truly spectacular. And the thing is this mountain lake. It didn't freeze over for about nineteen years in a row, and then a couple of years ago, it started freezing over again, and it was a huge event in Switzerland in all the newspapers and people were going and drones to go and ice skate on this frozen lake. Yeah. I think the big thing was to some American newspapers picked it up. And then it somehow got viral and people knew about it. And then they all came. And now it froze it did froze at frozen it froze over again. And yeah, there were there were many people but not so much not loads. And it was the first day. So you still got the chance to go this year. Yeah. Definitely basically, we read I think you saw on the lakes Facebook page or did you read in a newspaper somewhere? I saw it. It has frozen over again. I'm what happens is they have a kind of frozen ice specialist. He. Goes out check at the ISIS thick enough. And then he declares the lake open for people to go on your with the drill. He drills in two d ice. And then he sees it thick enough everywhere and some parts usually are excluded. But most of the Lakers good to go at the moment. Yeah. Totally. So like, a Shannon is quite in the mountains, actually. Yeah. It's a bit more than fifteen hundred meters above sea level. And it's a quite a big montlake. I would say it's I read it. I wrote it down. It's one point six kilometer length and wit is one kilometer. So basically when you come up to it's kind of spreads out in front of you in a wide expensive frozen ice. Basically exactly has to be said in summer. You can go very it's very nice for swimming or for hiking or combined, and you can you should take several on with you make a nice fire. And yeah now in winter. It was quite magical. So definitely basically what happens is you go up there and a cable call, and then when you get to the top there's a sort of how long would you say the walk is to the late from the cable guy bone twenty thirty minutes, maybe depending on maybe you're going with now, I you walking, and you kind of through the trees in the winter. They're kind of ski across the pond said that some people going Lech ING. And poorly lifts on skis and stuff. You're surrounded by trees and snow. It's just amazing. And then you work long this little path. And then finally the lake comes into view at the end of the path. And it's quite. Yes. And I think what makes it specialists because it's surrounded by steep hills. Or steep Marlins cliffs. Yeah. Almost reach into the water Italy. And this is sort of picturesque would in mountain hotel, little shutters around windows of little hops, carting them. It's extremely tetris. Yeah. We we also have a short video on the pictures photos on our website on Swiss and chips dot com over and have a look if you're interested. Yeah. It's nice. And like I said before it's still time to go..

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Swiss and Chips

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

"We're just going to try and keep up focused up recruiting every every week with kind of similar topics. If you've got anything you'd like us to talk about by the way, then let us know we'd love to hear from you. And yet, so literally I think very often people have questions, but we don't really want to make kind of how to podcast only. So that's why we also want to give you a bit of a feeling how is it in Switzerland? Where could you go how how is the Swiss lifestyle? How is the culture? And yeah, we try to make that a bit more in the future. So not too much on facts because you can read that all on the internet. But we try to give you a bit of a feeling how is it to live in Switzerland? As an expert, and I tried to give you a bit of a Swiss, you exactly, and that's why I also chose this topic today to give you a bit more of a typical Swiss thing to do. Yeah. Exactly. A bit of kind of travel inspire. You say we built it up. What is the topic of today? Say today we went ice skate. Eating on a frozen. Alpine lake on lake version of is known as rushing and say now. Yeah. It was really really awesome has to be said. Oh, yeah. Truly spectacular. And the thing is this mountain lake. It didn't freeze over for about nineteen years in a row, and then a couple of years ago, it started freezing over again, and it was a huge event in Switzerland in all the newspapers and people were going and drones to go and ice skate on this frozen lake. Yeah. I think the big thing was to some American newspapers picked it up. And then it somehow got viral and people knew about it. And then they all came. And now it froze it did froze at frozen it froze over again. And yeah, there were there were many people but not so much not loads. And it was the first day. So you still got the chance to go this year. Yeah. Definitely basically, we read I think you saw on the lakes Facebook page or did you read in a newspaper somewhere? I saw it. It has frozen over again. I'm what happens is they have a kind of frozen ice specialist. He. Goes out check at the ISIS thick enough. And then he declares the lake open for people to go on your with the drill. He drills in two d ice. And then he sees it thick enough everywhere and some parts usually are excluded. But most of the Lakers good to go at the moment. Yeah. Totally. So like, a Shannon is quite in the mountains, actually. Yeah. It's a bit more than fifteen hundred meters above sea level. And it's a quite a big montlake. I would say it's I read it. I wrote it down. It's one point six kilometer length and wit is one kilometer. So basically when you come up to it's kind of spreads out in front of you in a wide expensive frozen ice. Basically exactly has to be said in summer. You can go very it's very nice for swimming or for hiking or combined, and you can you should take several on with you make a nice fire. And yeah now in winter. It was quite magical. So definitely basically what happens is you go up there and a cable call, and then when you get to the top there's a sort of how long would you say the walk is to the late from the cable guy bone twenty thirty minutes, maybe depending on maybe you're going with now, I you walking, and you kind of through the trees in the winter. They're kind of ski across the pond said that some people going Lech ING. And poorly lifts on skis and stuff. You're surrounded by trees and snow. It's just amazing. And then you work long this little path. And then finally the lake comes into view at the end of the path. And it's quite. Yes. And I think what makes it specialists because it's surrounded by steep hills. Or steep Marlins cliffs. Yeah. Almost reach into the water Italy. And this is sort of picturesque would in mountain hotel, little shutters around windows of little hops, carting them. It's extremely tetris. Yeah. We we also have a short video on the pictures photos on our website on Swiss and chips dot com over and have a look if you're interested. Yeah. It's nice. And like I said before it's still time to go..

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"chips" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

Swiss and Chips

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"chips" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

"We're just going to try and keep up focused up recruiting every every week with kind of similar topics. If you've got anything you'd like us to talk about by the way, then let us know we'd love to hear from you. And yet, so literally I think very often people have questions, but we don't really want to make kind of how to podcast only. So that's why we also want to give you a bit of a feeling how is it in Switzerland? Where could you go how how is the Swiss lifestyle? How is the culture? And yeah, we try to make that a bit more in the future. So not too much on facts because you can read that all on the internet. But we try to give you a bit of a feeling how is it to live in Switzerland? As an expert, and I tried to give you a bit of a Swiss, you exactly, and that's why I also chose this topic today to give you a bit more of a typical Swiss thing to do. Yeah. Exactly. A bit of kind of travel inspire. You say we built it up. What is the topic of today? Say today we went ice skate. Eating on a frozen. Alpine lake on lake version of is known as rushing and say now. Yeah. It was really really awesome has to be said. Oh, yeah. Truly spectacular. And the thing is this mountain lake. It didn't freeze over for about nineteen years in a row, and then a couple of years ago, it started freezing over again, and it was a huge event in Switzerland in all the newspapers and people were going and drones to go and ice skate on this frozen lake. Yeah. I think the big thing was to some American newspapers picked it up. And then it somehow got viral and people knew about it. And then they all came. And now it froze it did froze at frozen it froze over again. And yeah, there were there were many people but not so much not loads. And it was the first day. So you still got the chance to go this year. Yeah. Definitely basically, we read I think you saw on the lakes Facebook page or did you read in a newspaper somewhere? I saw it. It has frozen over again. I'm what happens is they have a kind of frozen ice specialist. He. Goes out check at the ISIS thick enough. And then he declares the lake open for people to go on your with the drill. He drills in two d ice. And then he sees it thick enough everywhere and some parts usually are excluded. But most of the Lakers good to go at the moment. Yeah. Totally. So like, a Shannon is quite in the mountains, actually. Yeah. It's a bit more than fifteen hundred meters above sea level. And it's a quite a big montlake. I would say it's I read it. I wrote it down. It's one point six kilometer length and wit is one kilometer. So basically when you come up to it's kind of spreads out in front of you in a wide expensive frozen ice. Basically exactly has to be said in summer. You can go very it's very nice for swimming or for hiking or combined, and you can you should take several on with you make a nice fire. And yeah now in winter. It was quite magical. So definitely basically what happens is you go up there and a cable call, and then when you get to the top there's a sort of how long would you say the walk is to the late from the cable guy bone twenty thirty minutes, maybe depending on maybe you're going with now, I you walking, and you kind of through the trees in the winter. They're kind of ski across the pond said that some people going Lech ING. And poorly lifts on skis and stuff. You're surrounded by trees and snow. It's just amazing. And then you work long this little path. And then finally the lake comes into view at the end of the path. And it's quite. Yes. And I think what makes it specialists because it's surrounded by steep hills. Or steep Marlins cliffs. Yeah. Almost reach into the water Italy. And this is sort of picturesque would in mountain hotel, little shutters around windows of little hops, carting them. It's extremely tetris. Yeah. We we also have a short video on the pictures photos on our website on Swiss and chips dot com over and have a look if you're interested. Yeah. It's nice. And like I said before it's still time to go..

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