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00:36 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cnet" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Waiting to find out and warnings by global health experts to avoid knee jerk responses have gone largely ignored The U.S. has joining countries in Europe and Asia who have already closed their doors to South Africa leaving international travelers frantic to get home Australia has joined that growing list of countries banning travelers from South Africa Authorities have confirmed the latest COVID positive case that Australia involves a man who traveled from South Africa Officials are now rushing to identify if it's the new on The Crown variant about a hundred others who've recently arrived in Australia from South Africa are being tracked down Australia now joins nearly 30 other nations around the world in suspending travel from Southern Africa Scott maiman for CBS news Brisbane Australia He tried to get some holiday shopping done but not finding what you're looking for Cnet editor at large Ian sure says the supply chain crisis is having a big impact this year So think outside the box This year might be a really good year for you to consider making your own gifts or even considering services as a gift That means stuff like there's all sorts of scriptures and it's out there There's wine subscriptions There's education subscriptions There are even like stem toy subscriptions that you can get for kids and there is stuff out there.

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Fresh update on "cnet" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

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00:43 sec | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cnet" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Brand has a team for is a teen favorite that's removed its presence from social media network for most young people hang out Cosmetics has quit Facebook Instagram TikTok and SnapChat saying there's overwhelming evidence the networks often make teenagers feel badly about themselves and hurt their mental health Lush writes on Facebook we're encouraging our customers to stop scrolling and be somewhere else instead The move could cost it tens of millions of dollars Cnet news editor at large he insured tells WTO P lush will probably quietly come back to social after it's made its point about the dangers Or they're gonna be someone like Tesla who very publicly dumped their social media but also rely heavily on their customers and public word of mouth to get attention for their products Lush is staying on Twitter and YouTube for now Dmitry sodas W TOP news coming up in money news The start your business before you actually do I'm jealous 1253.

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Fresh update on "cnet" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

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00:23 sec | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cnet" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Be somewhere else instead The move could cost tens of millions of dollars Cnet news editor at large insurer tells WTO P lush will probably quietly come back to social after it's made its point about the dangerous Or they're gonna be someone like Tesla who very publicly dumped their social media but also rely heavily on their customers and public word of mouth to get attention for their products Lush is staying on Twitter and YouTube for now Dmitry sodas W TOP news coming up in money news The potential cost of no inspection I'm Jeff label Ten 53 Everybody.

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01:29 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cnet" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Fairfax county martial arts teacher is behind bars on sex abuse charges The juvenile student told police that 35 year old Karen was his martial arts instructor at Potomac kempo in Kingstown but a number of times over the past few months when they were supposed to be in class he says they instead went to Rondon's home in Alexandria where he was sexually assaulted by the instructor Brendan was arrested by fairfax county police on Wednesday and is being held on no bond Police say they don't know if there are more victims but Brendan's worked at the martial arts studios since early 2019 They're encouraging anyone with information about this case or any other inappropriate contact with Brendan to let them know Michelle Morello WTO P news We're coming up on a year since white's ferry stopped operating and it looks like there's a stalemate in the negotiations If nothing happens both sides lose the ferry owner doesn't ever get any revenues The farm was just trying to get more revenue winds up with zero revenue also Montgomery county executive Mark Eldridge says he still opposes a new river crossing bud white's ferry does make a difference to the 800 people who use it daylight It doesn't make or break either of our counties Economically But it is an enormous inconvenience to people and one that we had solved for 300 plus years Neal log can sting double you to news A trendy soap's brand that's a teen favorite has just removed its presence from the social media networks where most young people hang out Lush cosmetics has quit Facebook Instagram TikTok and SnapChat saying there's overwhelming evidence the networks often make teenagers feel badly about themselves and hurt their mental health Lush writes on Facebook we're encouraging our customers to stop scrolling and be somewhere else instead The move could cost tens of millions of dollars Cnet news editor at large insurer tells WTO P lush will probably quietly come back to social after it's made its point about the dangers Or they're going to be someone like Tesla who very publicly dumped their social media but also rely heavily on their customers and public word of mouth to get attention for their products Lush is staying on Twitter and YouTube for now Dmitry sodas W TOP news A handful of spray on antiperspirants are being recalled Old spice high endurance spray old spice below deck powder spray secret aerosol powder fresh and many others are being yanked off store shelves The antiperspirants found to contain benzene that chemical can cause blood disorders and cancers like leukemia but the maker of the products proctor and gamble said daily exposure to the levels of benzene and their products aren't expected to cause adverse health consequences The Food and Drug Administration said you can get a refund if you bought any of the products for a full list of what's affected by the recall do a search on FDA and old spice Jill NATO Fox News 6 44.

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"cnet" Discussed on Computer Talk Radio

Computer Talk Radio

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"cnet" Discussed on Computer Talk Radio

"Were also off smaller back then. I went and i got particularly nostalgic. I i went. And i did a little bit of glancing round into some of the different things in regards to our cnet and in regards to land tastic and found out that actually. Pc micro is still in business. They don't really play up. The whole land tastic anymore. It's still available. Land tastic eight point. Oh this is kind of nostalgia for me. It's still it's still around they. They were the big name back in In the mid nineties the early nineties mid ninety s until these guys came along mother is windows for workplace rather windows for work groups. I'm sorry windows for work groups and there was this company called novell and novell did a wonderful job for a long time. They were a server based server client. You would connect up and you could exchange information off to that server but it's yeah unfortunately. Pc micro is back to being a very small company. They had compatibility with their software. The land tastic networking software on up through windows seven. And they've kind of moved on they deal with a lot of. Am kind of equipment for dealing with your car and dealing with other kinds of proprietary hardware. Things that really have not moved out of the original way of doing networking way back. When this is benjamin rocklin. You're listening to computer talk radio. I'll be back with more in just a moment..

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"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:19 min | 5 months ago

"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Yeah because it'll be better engineered than anything you can build and also a tacoma While the it has many virtues if you put thirty five inch tires on tacoma it will not be able to hold seventy miles an hour on the hill anymore. Yes needed virtue of that. Yeah and now. And and a raptor already has horsepower. So you can do some other things do some other mods and you've just got horse power to work with Last one Michael fernandez says toyota is discontinuing. The l. lead cruiser in america but keeping the lexus. Lx five seventy which is the same vehicle. I think still have a great vehicle for next january. Oh well yeah. We'll have the. We'll have the laying the lexus and there can they the there's a new land cruiser but it's not in america. Yeah they showed it off. It's got a twin turbo. Six looks a little funky And a lot of the guys. That i was talking about that. Were saying well. You know they don't sell enough of them like how is that any different than the last fifteen years because they haven't sold very many finally. It's an image thing and yeah they haven't had to totally totally you know. Do we Re redo it for ten years. You know But i'm going to miss the land cruiser but having driven it for a week a couple of weeks ago. You know it didn't it didn't it. didn't you know i. I like the history. I like the durability. And and that. But i didn't like dr not much nicer to drive the defenders really sweet yeah What do you want to promote a c net road show obviously absolutely and On twitter. Chris is a great follow on twitter. Thank you him. On twitter at c. P. auto scribe on at toyota. You should get down with that and anything else. No all good. It was great to be here. Thanks for coming in. Thank you for this delightful Pin hook booze. Yup that's going to be on the bar. wcs that's our show We will see you guys next week. Zach on the schedule. Do we even know next week. I look. I don't even know i'm sorry. I put them on the spot. I put him on the spot today. thanks chris. I was great. Thank you. I appreciate it. I hope you enjoy the rest of time in. La we'll talk restaurants later and We appreciate all of you out there. I hope you have a great rest of your weekend..

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"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

07:24 min | 5 months ago

"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Could save a little more for proper racing school as well. I mean you can really racing. Schools are very expensive but you can really learn a lot over the course of a weekend or a four days. That if you get back in your own car and continue those skills that can really carry you out and also. You're you know you're practicing in someone else's car which can be both nice and convenient and also fun because maybe let's ago i've never driven a corbett before and i can go to racing school in a corvette or you know whatever. What have you and you'll be a fast driver spending the money that you would have on on odds by going to a proper school and learning plus you. You know you're at eighteen year. Probably if you're like my boy was you know. He's he's doing three mods at once and i'm like how do you know what's actually taking the effects you know that you want. And not cancelling each other out Net krahn ten fifty ever. Did you guys talk about many. Bmw's but what do you think of the nine. I love me three point zero. Csl yeah that's when he says if you don't know the three point o. Cs and they are very pretty looking as that one but one of the most beautiful bmw's of all time easy. I've not driven one Robert downey junior his car. And it's it's it's not an up one from that. Yeah it's really interesting Speed cordial some cars for him. Yeah it's very cool and I love the shape is fabulous one of my street. It's really really nice. They have long since become unaffordable. Yes uh-huh Have had much chance to drive a modern performance. Reynaud i drove the Renos sport mcgann are s to sixty two sixty are s at the nurburgring with Our s our network is that the one with half cage in the back yes It was a streetcar modified streetcar and it was not that impressive. It was basically like. I don't know kind of like focus. St like it was fine. It was it was all right. But i wasn't like some of them get crazy expensive. Now i wasn't that seventy grand yeah of any of you ever driven Flato bob says of any of you ever driven an e thirty six three with the euro motor. No i have not. However i've driven e thirty six three with a full s fifty four swap. Which is i think. Kind of like the euro motor but actually a little better right and It didn't it didn't really knocked my socks off really. I mean it was nice. Polite expected it to be. Yeah but it wasn't like as fun as the anywhere as fun as the thirty s fifty four. That was way more fun. That has way better much better steering rack. Yeah yeah big. Deal the big thing to do with it. Yeah the thirty. Six was like performance technique. That a beautiful job with the swap. Who's super clean. It did everything that their customer wants. Advertise for and yet it. You know it didn't. It didn't not my socks off. It was all right but it was it was it was Sean smith says are there any cars you love but can't in good conscience recommend to anyone. It's a fair question. It's a good question. Yeah old muscle cars and classics. Like they're great but you need to have a set of tools and a decent knowledge of how to use them. Because it's just gonna break all the time like little things big things but it's gonna require a little finesse. I agree with that. And i would say that you know. It's just about setting expectations A lot of these old cars. They're just not that good to drive. They're not that entertaining. Like maybe you like the look of it or the sound of it. And that's one thing but That's that's what you got to set yourself up for. So i have a lot of cars that i love You know i own a couple of things. That are objectively. Maybe not great cars. There were certainly better things. At the time. I had a vision and the big and was objectively a terrible car within the class but I loved it all the adam friend that had one when it was new and it was the coolest and then i drove one later and i was like. Yeah yeah my brother has it now. And it's it's slow and you know there's so much it's unbelievable and it's not fast. Vegan convertible was. Oh yeah yeah Cut cut kadoorie. Crunch says well. My diesel mercedes one to six ever be worth anything. No it's already worth what it will ever be worth. No i mean pretty much right. Yeah would you still by the miata. Nc super twenty today. What is the super tell. Yes so you do. You have that So i i do not own one. They made a super twenty. What is it was. It was a show show car and it was just lowered and fat tired. And i remember that. Yeah so they look looking and they they actually loaned it out debuted at the chicago auto show and they loaned it out afterwards and it's got the cage and it's really loud like it's it. It was so cool and it was a great thing that they they let us. Have it like a normal car for a press car for like a week. That's fucking and it was awesome s. Great absolutely would have on us. And i drove the day with the fly. In miata and d. had the v. eight and and it was a fucking tag was so great Ought saw oo solve sharma who makes best entry level sedan. That's not the full performance model but one rung down. I see so not. Rss or ems but like below that man. I don't like any of those middle range shit. There's so like compromise. they bother me I have driven them in a while. I like the four. But i've never driven a cease forty-three the three that cards. Great wanted fun to drive for three a lot. I think it's about time. I'd rather have a golf are than most of those middle range. Yeah i'd almost rather have. Gti than a golf are shirt argument. Is there for that. I don't know. Probably i'd go s. three. I know it wasn't on your list. But i'd still go s. three Magni says have we heard about lucid from lucid for driving the air anytime soon. It looks sorta giving rides. Yeah no we haven't heard anything. Have you heard anything. So they are closer And they're they're still offering rides. They're expanding those and they just opened a second showroom or they're going to be doing that soon or another one here one here in town The beginning super super close. We've been spotting them. You know in spy shots and stuff. So i think it'll happen relatively soon. I'm not that into rides and we tell you drive. I hear you scott wants to know. Should he added the cops stage. One two or three for best bang for your buck to the fiestas t. I don't know what they cost. I can't do bang for buck. Because i didn't pay because you have no buck. I didn't pay. I got it for free. I can't say that. The fiesta st with cobb stage three was the i think. Three was tuned down pipe with inter cooler le cooler stage. One at least in my sgi which was a card product but in general is oftentimes not nearly as good a payoff as stage staged. Because it's just a tune and if the exhaust restrictive thing on there sometimes you don't get as much power although with the new volkswagen engines..

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The Smoking Tire

09:29 min | 5 months ago

"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Daily driver plus a dedicated sports car. If you've got the space. And i i love the tycoon. I haven't driven the cost me. It's very good. you'd expect. Yeah yeah and that. That's a beautiful one car solution for everything. And you know all credit to you if you if you pick one up but i would probably go with a dedicated sports car in the daily because i like the focus And i was like the variety. I agree yo. That's a good way to put it. I liked the focus. And i like the variety i liked to have a car for each different type of task if space and funds permit But if i lived somewhere where. I didn't have to sit in traffic and where the pavement was very good. I might justify buying a fucking. Gt three right as a one car solution. It's because my my existence in this city is either grid light to light shitty. Traffic are up on a mountain and really nothing. In between if i lived in kentucky and most of my drives were meandering through farmland. I might have different one car solution. That i've got to car solution. That's totally fair. Yeah i i don't think the taikang would be a great one car solution because it has the compromise charging network and it's like not a sports car so this person's thinking about getting like you're clearly interested in driving fast stuff and tycoons fun but i would rather have two things. It's fast but it's you know it's being electric you know. It's not as fizzy right right. Yes it just it just does the thing does the numbers and it's a beautiful thing but it doesn't have that right noise. It doesn't have the tactile feedback in the same way so on the other hand. Don't buy a special sports car and then a crappy daily driver and then be afraid of driving the special sports car and now you've spent all this money on a sports car but you six days a week driving a shit box. That is dumb. Yeah and if you're if you're dealing with like a ten thousand dollar twenty thousand dollar budget where you're trying to do both of these things. That's you know for us vehicles. That's one thing hundred k. You can go a lot. Nice cars really. Great individual representations of those things and people aren't going to like this but if you had if either your daily or your weekend car was going to be nice have it be your daily Just do that math absolutely killing a weekend. Sports car beater can be fun. Especially if it breaks and your lexus could still get you to work Why it says. I know how you guys feel about factory. Turbo cards cars. But i haven't heard you speak too much on superchargers and thoughts on something like torque amp electric superchargers at an aftermarket electric superchargers. Maybe yeah In my opinion the problem with superchargers is that they almost always find a way to rob the engine of potential power response like whatever they take a big power supercharged car and remove the super charger and put on twin turbos. It always makes like forty percent more power right away. And i'll agree with you if you're going for max power and you're doing that but i actually liked the the daily driver aspect of the super charger and like the wine me to Wine is okay. I like wine like the way it feels like. There's no wind but we have an a seven. Is that our families and it's it's really comfortable. It's the old supercharge motor and I i love that thing. But i also understand that. It's you know if you're if you're talking big power and you're going to modify turbos absolutely. Yeah i've also had. I've only had like some supercharged engines especially manual transmissions when i've tried to blip downshifts. There's a little delay you know. I can't all. I don't know if i can blame the supercharged for that. Or if it's a coincidence or something. But i felt like i don't know as things evolve. Just enjoyed them a little less than i used to but i think it also depends on like supercharge. V8's i really like the supercharged engine in the avar is like fun when you're using it in the right way. The downshifts are kind of iffy There it's a fun. It's a fun way to get power. You know same thing with supercharge the mini cooper. I had back in the day. It was great when you were mobbing. But the air conditioner Took thirty two horsepower out of the engine because it was just another thing that was dragging lower and it was just. It was so dependent on it. It was a little engine with the superchargers. I find that sweet spot right. Right right Porsche guy says what's your least favorite thing about the nine nine one dot to gt three. Have you driven a nine one dollars two. Gt not but i would. My answer would be my budget. Can't afford yeah my least favorite thing about them There's not a lot. I don't like about that car. I mean i. Yeah i don't like that. Yeah that i can't afford one pretty much. that's all. I got about Ding bat two. To one mustang. Gt or julia. Ti never driven and julia ti. What is more fun to drive. I imagine the gt engine is better. In the julia. Suspension is more planted. Have you driven. And juliette. T i i have a nice. It is nice actually. They're still really frisky. And a lot of fun. I've spent more time in the quadra from agios always But i i. I like both of those cars a great deal and i think it depends on what kind of driving you do. Where do you live I live in michigan. So the mustang. Gt not just because it's like the stereotypical thing to have. But because the roads suck And their rights better on bad roads there straight and flat it. That's nice And there are a lot of fun. And i love the noise. And there's the ti more of a finance thing. Do not need the backseat. Yeah it's i mean if we're talking real world advice it's pretty binary or do you not need backseat Beyond that I think that the tea is also actually. Interestingly seem to have been relatively reliable at least compared to the qb's yeah which seemingly been a nightmare from. I've talked either one or or had one is a press vehicle. shannon killingsworth. Why should i buy an a lease. You should buy an a lease because they are bottomed out at twenty eight thousand dollars and they'll be twenty. Eight thousand dollars forever The only thing that affects their value is is the clam shell cracked. Don't don't direct the clam shell even. If you had to replace the entire engine it would be thirty five hundred dollars. I mean it's yes. It's like nothing. And and they're light and they're simple and you know they they actually work and their and their unique in the space That's why Ian campbell says thoughts on an electric sports car with manual transmission using fake jetsons noise for the sound. I think we'll get there I think it'll probably happen through the aftermarket and it'll probably be fun even if it's not actually any quicker or more efficient And it'll probably be stimulated. I i don't know i. I would like to experience that i never have. I'm not. I'm not entirely sure. That an ev with a manual transmission. To something. i need in my life. I'm not sure if. I i don't seek out vs for the same reason. I seek out manual transmissions. It's something that people ask me about all the time Well and again. We're fortunate enough to be driving a lot of different cars and and have a few different cars so that you have that option but as a universal solution especially if you could just set it in full automatic mode or you can play around with you. Wanted to would be pretty cool. Well i mean what's good about an evil that would be manuals that you have the shifting so you get to play with your right hand but you can't stall it and you don't need a clutch you could. You could simulate that it'd be a lot of trouble. Imagined simulating stalling and blake. You don't no. There are certain if in the front with flywheel etc then you have to read match which would be very hard. No the does those motors have like none of their own noushin. In the way a gas edge does there are companies that are doing some these classic cars and like landrovers and stuff like that. yeah That are that are doing electric versions. And i've seen that. Some of them have done that. I've never experienced. It's i don't know what it's built a c seven corvette that's electric with a manual transmission. And it's very very faster in florida. Forty something well tech. There's a there's a guy with a nine vintage nine eleven around here that stick and electric too. But it's not something. I seek out and Daniel says Eighteen and lucky enough to have saved up for bmw. One thirty five. I i love it but want to be a better driver. What are some things that can do to improve skill and safety. Well first off. Congratulations you picked a great car to drive on the superfund car. I really love the one thirty five Drive as much as you can And try and get instruction from actual qualified people. Do track these do jim. Connah's do auto crosses and get to know in a safe environment. How did how dr. Yeah i second all of that And addition to that. I mean if you saved enough to buy that bmw. Maybe you.

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"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:23 min | 5 months ago

"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"My father's an organised. How interesting. my. My mom's from japan and my dad has check. So you've got to rice checks you've got a row. Eat at home. everything in cleveland. So we had the goulash and stuff and then my mom all all my entire family. They're all very good cooks. How cool yeah. I bet you ate well at home. That's awesome. I did but i didn't appreciate it as much when you're young. You don't yeah. I didn't appreciate the my family made hamas before they didn't like grocery stores like twenty years and like the string cheese and all that shit. Oh the best yeah. We had that we had like you know we had the the espressos and stuff like that back in the seventies. Yeah nobody was drinking that stuff and oh a bunch of people wanted to know because the name farah is syrian. My dad's not that brown and we were My grandfather is from a town. Call a city called home which is in syria. Oh in case some dude something about when you are doing something that's even a little bit like public and you've middle eastern last name. They fucking embrace that shit. I get so many emails that are like your name said lebanese. Because i know because fellas lebanese and i got yes i know. It's they moved the line. A bit on the syrian side. It's like are you sure you're not greek guy your family front far well. My mother's side was in from place called which was in russia and then poland. And now i think it's in lithuania. They're just loaning it out. They just fucking leah. They toledo soccer. You know nobody wants in exactly the people. The people said have the people to say. Oh we're back backmile. We have back back catalogue chris. This is perfect because on our some other shows we've had a buildup of questions hard advice from the clearinghouse. Yes the dumping ground. Yes excellent normally. We're just that self dumping grounds but we have a third expert. Maybe maybe we can dump together. We can all dumped together and this is perfect. We were to have another automotive journalist to filter some of these out Richard says for a hundred thousand dollars. Would you rather have one car or to Tempted tempted by the taikang cross tourism. Oh but wondering if money is money is better spent on a.

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The Smoking Tire

05:53 min | 5 months ago

"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"But i keep it healthy Cycles all that stuff yeah. So we saw i might. I should probably ride it. But i got that harley right now. I got hog. Do y'all have a great day. I had this harley panamericana last week adventure bike. Yeah yeah. That's the i is it have you seen. Have you seen in person yet. The suspension neal's you come up to a light like landau benches and then it rises. It's awesome and then i was supposed to get the livewire the election guan but i never really ridden a old school. Harley sells like art image. I i need to try that first before i just and that's not even an old school harley but the that looks super cool it's it's totally unlike any other holiday now would live. I have a fat bob right right which i. I asked to get an old school harley in between the panamerican the livewire. So that's what they sent over the fat bob in black the one fourteen engine. So it's like inbetween the sportster and the giant like road king shit Eighteen thousand bucks hundred fourteen cubic inches. And because my parents were here last week. I haven't ridden a foot park somewhere else. So you know. I was like when they put it in the by press bike. It's like you talked about your Your significant other. Yeah had a mental disconnect between these small japanese things and like motorcycles. My parents same thing. Mint green vespas. Parmenio problem yeah. Big black harley. Yeah for sure. But i'm excited to put a few miles on. I'm gonna start riding tomorrow. How long do you have for they. I i understand the motorcycle loans. Forget about them here. You know that's the word. Apparently if you're a somebody. Davey johnson rest. In peace used to be motorcycles were forgotten about a day davies for months. yeah And some of those those old school motorcycle guys i mean just fleets impressed by s- i don't even think you have to be a somebody i think they just forget about certain brands and For me the motorcycle loans last three weeks. Okay good which is good. Because i think you can use a motorcycle a third as much as you can use a press car so I think that's the right amount of time and occasionally they've been longer but that's enough to get the get the job done. I'm not good enough. I'm an okay ryder. But i'm i'm not good enough that i can get on the bike and doer of you. I i need to write one hundred miles at least before i can start saying anything of substance about that thing. Yeah well and and you're you know leagues ahead of me. I'm just learning so you. Have you tried writing and talking yet. no i have not tried to do that at all. Welcome to a new world to fund. It's it's hard enough trying to do. I'm year an expert at it and you guys are good at it. But i have a hard enough time doing that. While i'm driving for car review it's a tough skill. it's tough skill. i am but it's part natural gift that i can do it. I don't necessarily know why as well as i can. I've definitely been getting better at it. But it is is a news thing and i into this business to right. When i started doing it with motorcycles. I was terrified that i would not be able to and i think i can actually ride motorcycles and talk. Yeah pretty much. Not as quite as well as cars. But i can. Yeah you can tell. You're you're definitely a little. You're paying attention more to the writing. Yeah you have to be able to completely automate your hands and feet that a pretty high level and disconnect like my dad can do with math. Thank you all by the way for saying such nice things about my father. We have my dad on the show. I listened to us. Oh i didn't people. I i've never gotten as many nice emails in my entire life As people writing about my dad. We're talking before the podcast and that it's a really thoughtful process to think like it's very obvious when you think about it but you know you wanna get here with this interview and you've got to work backwards to get the questions and i'm like just most people don't think about it that way. Let alone the math. The math thing is crazy. But i you know i've i've lived with that type of sage advice for fucking so long that it's not like it's not special it's special you know to to drop it on cold In a in a in a curated fashion people like holy shit. Who's this guy you know. He's he's he's a g. I love my dad. And and what's amazing people are so like. I've never gotten emails about anything. I've ever done in my life like i did about taught my dad on a microphone for and you guys said on air that you guys were you to shut down the question chat for after yeah minutes. So he normally charges a lot for this career advice and he didn't He you know he didn't wanna throw anybody under any busses either. He didn't wanna dish any dirt on individual guys. Were digging a little bit here and there for the opened the door for him to tell three good stories that i already knew about individuals and he did not take the bait and he knew what i was fishing lure. That's nothing yeah but It was it was interesting. And i think you know we should try. We should try and do it again. Do it again. 'cause series with him. There's more yeah. I seen him speak at universities and stuff and he will pack and auditorium and fucking blow minds. you know. he's really really a very good speaker. Yeah and when you're starting a business good to have garlic that around isn't it really turns out turns out. He's very helpful. So you still go to him for advice. Yeah likes daley. Link literally daily Yeah yeah. I was born to classical musician. So i'm not going to over what's interesting really. Yeah what type of musicians..

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The Smoking Tire

07:32 min | 5 months ago

"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Have been a great pandemic lesson. Empty streets yourself. The rides no cars in road. Yeah i mean. I already knew how to ride a little bit but i didn't have a license supercup newer old news so it's a twenty nineteen. It's so it's the graham that looks old or is it. it's not i mean. It is the under bone supercup. See one twenty-five. Can we get a photo of that zach supercups. Oh yeah oh. Wow like really the old school like the blue and white there with the red sea. Oh yeah it's literally like you meet the nicest people on a honda one hundred percent. It is the single Dope it is the single most common motorized vehicle ever made really it like more than any model to or anything in cambodia. Where there's like three of these per household motorcycle or one twenty five so i mean it depends on the state Pretty universally yeah there you shift gears but it's it's clutch lewis stroke No not four show. Yeah always clutch lewis. Yeah so foot starts. Yes says central federal. You actually you you pick up the first and then after that it's down down down but you don't you don't you don't have to wait. You mean the other. It's it's up on first and then down down down weird it's in verse. Yeah that's weird. So i i'm probably learning on the fucked up. I was gonna say so. I don't wanna. I don't wanna take liked it. They're fucking but i think you're fucking out. Yeah maybe you're training yourself backwards navy. But here's the thing you know. I mentioned earlier. I i love japan. I love going to japan and this makes me feel like i'm in japan. Riding on this dinky little thing was that i could slide by my better. Half is getting into motorcycle. Hundred percent right so that i'm with you. One hundred percents. Imagine is teaching your fifteen year. Old kid drives. He's never been in a car before she's never been in the car for. They've never been in a car before and you go. You're going to drive for the first time on this skyline. This is what driving your drive. Here's what a dog box. An so basically you have to double clutch up and down whereas dogleg is a dogleg gearbox the first one and the next time they drive excellently going i. That would be the worst. That's what i'm doing you kind of are also just bought a honda bentley. Which is a nineteen sixty five ninety five ninety five bentley b. l. y. Not bentley now but it is actually kind of the bentley of honda motorcycles. Compared to the supercup this thing basically is a bentley. Yeah a little bit like in terms of a bentley in terms of like the bentley boys from the twenty third race. Their supercharged like tractors. So as cool as fuck. It looks like old school. Bmw almost exactly especially with the polish tank. Right and so. It's it's it's getting cleaned up a little bit but it's a nice low mileage model. It had eleven thousand miles on the clock. That shift Up down as well know okay. So i'm i'm i i haven't spent much time on it. Yeah because i. I literally got it. Put it in a truck and brought it over to catholic picture. These are small displacement bikes. These these are you know. That bike is definitely j. d. m. sized individual rights because by. It looks like he's adventure. W vincent black knight eric stuff. It's just a couple of decades later but it looks really cool. Thing has electric start from nineteen sixty five. Oh that's cool. Yeah that's cool. It's a beautiful little bike. Yeah they're very cool. They're starting to go up. So i it's not. Yeah not a big deal. I like that you're riding on On these little bikes that's cool backwards shift or maybe bite you in the ass. Yeah it might. It might. But i never do things normally so that's okay. Yeah added challenge. But i'm extremely if you live in. La those vehicles are going to serve you very very well. A small motorcycle is the shit here. Yeah well you got the vespa. And i figured that something like the supercup you'd be. Yeah i ve very strongly considered getting the new monkey As well that that is a small bike it is. Yeah but my my My new house is pretty close to the shop. And so on occasional commute days. It's close enough that there's no reason i couldn't ride silly stupid little thing i. I've never ridden a bike. That small. So i don't do it. A homey brought one to shoot one of the guys who had a car. I was filming brought one of the race track to chuck wallet and he brought a gram and it was it was model out on the trail. Okay and it had handlebars that. Were bigger and taller than normal handlebars. It had a slightly different shape seat and it had a couple a little like an exhaust on it right and i took that motherfucker out on chuck will on the track and iran. I had some real fun running laps in this thing and i was like. How much was this little. And then i went to the showroom where they had the monkey which is a gram but it looks like a vintage monkey. Have you seen this zach. It's graham mechanics. But it looks like well. The monkey was an old series. They had it. They had an old at the same guy. The twenty nine hundred monkey. That's the same guy. Oh it's a girl. Let's us dress as the dude but that that is a gram that looks like a vintage monkey. So do you feel inherently unstable because it's so small Yes yeah a little bit twitchy. A little bit twitchy. But it's not like fast you you know you keep it under fifty five when those out remember. There was a waiting list for like a year. There's loved them so much. I remember they were like seven thousand dollars new. They're pretty expensive for the size. They were but people just love him. I think these are like forty five hundred or something. I want to say were like maybe four grand. But it's a it's a one twenty five and it's got a five speed i think Shifter and you know. Scooter plus yeah. It's definitely more fun than a scooter. In choy and short term for sure yeah smaller wheels. Yeah the fun people not the hell out of. Yeah and there's like twelve o'clock boys riding them shits around venice right now and And people commute on them to la lincoln the frame and fucking backpacks and were closed riding these things around. Yeah i should buy one get a Get a monkey or go. Test ride one. We should rise ride. Your big era zach is what i should do. That's should just ride to free begin. Yeah did you happen to notice that stairs. No i didn't zack. has this east. German motorcycle That he got from mike moscow. Okay case the world ends. Yeah it's called an mc and High engine it's like a a k are made from donated body parts yama yama hundred which matters. Yeah yeah it's cool but he doesn't want to ride it ride motorcycles but if the if the shit hits the fan mls traffic. That's gonna kill us so you need to wheels. Everyone should have a two wheeled vehicle because of the shit hits the fan. That's the scary in the city. So he's got that..

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The Smoking Tire

06:40 min | 5 months ago

"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Six years now just looked to see how long it's been 'cause it's passed so quickly you have road kind of endured haven't they. They've done all right. We've done all right. You know i. I'll be honest with you. When i first joined and i got the call for cnn. I i knew for reviews and televisions and stuff like that. But i didn't appreciate how massive it is and how much built an audience. There is so what else do they have reviews of just about every form of of technology. Yeah you know i know. Everyone looks at reviews before they've fucking by anything. Yeah and they're like That would the size is just immense. Like if you took everything out of Out of our category if you took car and driver road and track motor trend You know kb and you put them all together seeing that still wait larger And so because of just because of the built in consumer audience because they've been doing it for twenty five years they've got all that. Seo juice built up and What that allowed us to do is just to hit the ground running. All the automakers wanna be technology companies or mobility providers. They don't actually want to be car manufacturers anymore or at least they you know they want that air cover so i think that's that's a more appropriate term. They want the air cover. Yeah yeah we're not make gas cars and we all right cool. Yeah we're gonna invest a you know ten million dollars in tijuana's or something. Yeah and then our mobility provider right That's i mean. I suppose that is a really useful. Way to to cross pollinate within your own giant yeah golomb especial especially because like multimedia systems are everything for sure for sure and also i in fairness that had been doing car news and reviews for years under the car tech banner and unless you were part of that scene ecosystem and you were already interested in their stuff. You might find it. Yeah that's cool man. yeah easy. It's been a good gig. We got lots of you know steve. Yeah i mean we. I've run any my my regulars at the press launch. It's good yeah. Yeah that's cool. So what have you driven recently. It's been excellent. I mean you've got this ad these these cars in l. a. But anything else for work that are really the vantage is sort of like. It's good but it doesn't. It doesn't doesn't have the magic. I gave him back. I immediately stopped thinking about it. I was. I was corrupted because i also had a hurricane yvo at the same time And you guys get lamborghinis out here. They're just hanging out at the airport and in michigan. You that's not. True smoothies handout. Mclaren's wait till you get to the hotel they chopper you to palm springs. So that was a bit of a contrast And i never really think of myself as the like modern lamborghini guy Although you know. I i grew up. Allies coon tasha's you. Obviously i can relate that And it's just it's so much fun even just driving around the city here and doing you know couple a canyon runs. Yeah it's a it's a it's amazing sound you. Just it makes you drive like an asshole buddy. No one's a modern lamborghini giant guide till fucking driver's seat. Yeah then all of a sudden things are cool. it's nice. maybe maybe i'll get one. I dunno they're cool. Yeah yeah everyone's a modern lamborghini guy when you're driving one when you're standing on the side of the road gooney fucking shit bag. You don't like yourself as much but you're having too good of a time really. Oh yeah yeah. I felt that way. I just drove a hell cat. And i shouldn't like this as much as i do. They give those out in michigan. I did a fucking thing from haggerty show in michigan and we had a hell cat. Durango is just like a blower like we have to like grow film it or anything just like here you go. It's is loner. It was so weird. That cars ridiculous. Yeah it is. But it's but i liked the hell cat durango better than the hell cat jeet. Yeah i think the longer wheelbase help says it's favorites. I think so. I think so. Yeah yeah. I mean the interior. That thing like they've done a remarkably good job of holding on to the court charms of those vehicles and keeping them relevant Like those i. I call Well still onto smell. But i called. Fcat and chrysler before the rope. A dope automaker because they were always doing their best work when they had like no money and they were up against the ropes. Yeah when they came out with the chrysler three hundred and the charge was like what are we have. Well we've got the rear sub frame from a mercedes from like fifteen years ago. Okay we've got that. And what do we have well. Cars would chopped roofs would be cool. Okay we can work with that platform. Sure and do it for twenty years right. What else would be cool. How the word hemi is pretty cool so working over at the rams side. Yeah yeah yeah. I drove the The three ninety-two wrangler. Speaking of those still. Oh yeah. how is that. it's ridiculous In the way that like the old g class was like a sixty three. Yeah yeah hilarious and doesn't feel entirely stable and needs more breaks but But hilarious. And i really liked the wrangler lot. We drove a non factory. One we drove an av. Oh yeah those guys. G work hundred fifty grand or something What was that white ones. I mean one twenty which one the the white one that had the was it a five seven or a six four. Six four four hammy eight speed auto factory level. You know. i imagine it's probably similar to to what jeep is actually selling now. Yeah and it was going for like twenty k. Over less now of course in the same way that the you know the t. rex's are don't buy a car now. It's terrible terrible time ever buy a car. Yeah i still buy anything. Just you're used cars going up. You know right now. I read an article this morning. I was on the drive. That was like. Is that ridiculous sounding car. Van offer real and the answer was like yes vittori. Is that low. You should take ridiculous sounding carbon. Well yeah and if you're leasing a vehicle and you got to buy out and you wanna get out early. You might actually find yourself coming out ahead One of our guys has a honda civic and he was thinking about getting out of it because he doesn't drive it very often. Yeah and i think he found out that he could come out like a couple thousand bucks a head while by buying out the lease and then selling it openly if the dealer the dealer will buy them out oh by back..

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"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

05:32 min | 5 months ago

"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"People if you wanna talk about cars today what have you been driving recently Well you steve ewing our fleet manager roadshow and he hooked me up when we first got out here with the full the fleet manager. Well so he. He does a lot of stuff our managing editor but he is the best fleet manager in the business hands down and heavily hundred percent. I've known steven ewing for very long time. I did not know that. He had fleet management. Can i hire him for like freelance. Can you believe book my press conference. I can't speak to that. I'm gonna leave that up to the man himself but yeah no he's he did it for us at At auto blog before this is the third place. I've worked with him. We've been working together for a long time. And he's incredibly gifted at that and he hooked brother up. He gave me a A aston martin vantage roadster while. We're here the yellow when you might have had that car I didn't hole yellow yellow. I had. I had the blue the one that look like porsche. Mexico blue okay. That's very shoddy to martin's press cards are really shouting. yeah and i had A lamborghini I had now. I've got the toy mariah and you write up in the most understated vehicle. I had i needed to dilate way back. Yeah but i drove here in a toyota highlander. Hybrid all the way across the country from michigan. So that sounds really exciting It yeah is hybrid across. Kansas cross nebraska. We got out of the midwest as soon as we possibly could did Actually my parents have a kind of drying in the midwest that entire trip. The engagement of that calm. Yeah well actually you know what the suspension that's pretty terrible so really the standard highlanders fine if you have the hybrid because of the compensate for the weight by making it up. I honestly i don't know what they did. I mean i. I've been meaning to talk to the engineers but the it just doesn't feel the same doesn't have the same balance. It's clunky at manages to like pitch and y'all over big Relations and then at the same time it takes sharp impacts and the whole thing shutters like it's a body on frame oh weird. I wonder. I wonder if it's like the placement of the battery pack or like lack either the recalibration of the shocks lack of recalibration. Maybe got great fuel economy and it was otherwise comfortable so very appreciative gabbing. To just as a place to sit. I mean as a place to sit and throw all of your crap. Yeah yeah and we had a roof box up top like we were out here for a month and we other dog like we did the whole thing. Nice we just had. We just had a volvo v. ninety cross country with a with the roof box optional and it was come fi. Yeah really comfy. They drive weird. Volvos drive so strange the engines. It's odd it's going on there right. Twin charge system a lot going on in the name of efficiency and then you need to use ninety one octane. which is unfortunate but Very nice car though. Yeah no it's beautiful interior. I love the way they look the being. It's got it's got legs. i mean. it looks great they figured out how to to lengthen the dash-to-axle to make it look like a rear wheel car. Yeah it's key. Yes super super. Cool yeah Where did your actual writing career start. that is an excellent question I've been doing this a long time and Initially when i was in college You know contributing to like early. Internet sites bulletin boards ranger power sports dot com. I had a ford ranger in college like way back in. The day is a splash No just an extended cab ex. Lt but I was doing a little how to know how to install an underdrive paulie. How did put like the chicken wire thing behind your your grill. Like really like janki stuff. And so people started sending me products. Like i got like clear tail lights. I'm like what are we. What am i going to do with clear tail lights. Yeah you didn't wanna autism up. You're not so much. So i would do some of those in and i frequent into a lot of the forms and stuff and i i don't remember blue oval news like the ford Yeah broke a lot of like stuff around Police cars and some of the accidents they were having and blowing up and that kind of stuff. So did that. And then i was the first Freelance ranger power. Sports is really going on thirteen. It's probably the same same. Look you'll probably find my truck in there somewhere and then I worked Doing freelance stuff. I was the first contributor to the truth about cars. If you believe that oh really well I ever freelance contributor. The first unpaid never never took a dime of robert frog his money. But that got me in the door and got me some press cars Which was good. And then i joined auto blog before there was any fulltime staff at auto blog and the editor in chief. Then john neff was writing posts at the apple store. He worked at the apple store during the day and he would write on the computers. While while the apple store at the apple store he would write posts. And then i worked at a record company at the time and i would come home at night after shows and i would you know right posts and bang amount for five bucks. A post and writing posted the apple store. Yeah it's pretty is on the internet. That's kinda clever. Yeah it worked out and john gray dude. And he's over at motor one now and Yeah been auto blog for five years eventually fulltime and i worked for winding road and Been at roadshow for six years now.

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"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:41 min | 5 months ago

"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Five years so i guess they pick. They pick barrels every year and taste. How at ages and this is number two of nine so far. Not bad excellent. Yeah this is the second in that series. I think they pulled aside like twelve hundred barrels or something and then they're going to release them periodically in every year. How they age. It's sweet but not too Not too much corn. It's not a lot not heavy on like Blanton's i lo- it's a lot of corn. Yeah this is It's sweet but it's definitely like kind of a right down the middle of the road okay. So it's accessible easy. Yeah easy to drink definitely do it with some rocks because it's I believe it's one hundred proof. Hundred four proof. Yeah so i would. I would go with the water on that. Thanks man absolutes. Delightful have really developed a reputation for being receivers of bourbon. It's a good thing keeps cutting keep come and get guests are really trying to one up each other on the bourbon. And then johnny brings us that swill fourteen dollar trickery. That shit was good. It was good. Jt s. brown. I'm not familiar with that. The first he came on the show when we first moved into the studio and he brought like a three hundred dollar bottle of delightful specialness the very next time he came on the show. He brought a bottle of something. I'd never heard of and he was like this. Then you tell me how much you think it was. That's a good game. Yeah and especially when it was eighteen dollars after being like pretty damn tasty. Yeah you're probably thinking one hundred bucks or something. Yeah johnny giants during. It's gotta be something good you know you ever see one of those labels. It's like so simple. They must have been doing it for a hundred and fifty years. Yeah just cheap bath so we good good everybody..

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"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"cnet" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Here's why i like hellofresh. Because i like cooking. I fancy myself to be a home cook and a lot of times like with these types of services. I'm like to proud. You know. I'm not a meal plan. Kind of guy And i've tried the pre prepared food that you get once a week and then my career backup on definitely not about that but the problem is i can make a couple of things pretty easily without having to think about it too much. And you get stuck in a loop where you're just making those basic things right. You don't get creative. You don't dig into your recipe books. You don't really try to figure out something new. That's like work and brain power after a long day with hellofresh. You choose your recipes online. They have a bunch of stuff to choose from right and then the food and the recipe. Come to you together with like dry ice in a box. You put your fridge and then us open one bag a day and there's everything you need to make this recipe for two or three or four or five people. Whatever you choose. And it's one big flash card that shows you all the steps to make it premeasured ingredients but it's still. It's like a whole pepper whole on you know whole care. You're doing it all yourself. But there's premeasured spices and sauces. So there's no waste at the end of it you're not stuck with half spice you're never gonna use again half a bottle of sauce. You never gonna use again so food waste. It is a great. I love hellofresh. They've they've they're really delicious to me. And hannah haven't eaten all the food. I even gave the friend. The friend sharing one to my parents who are getting into so go to hellofresh dot com slash smoking tire twelve and use code smoking.

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"cnet" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:06 min | 11 months ago

"cnet" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart Radio podcast preview when the women first began disappearing from the streets of Santa Ana, California. No one saw a pattern. We still walk the streets at three o'clock in the morning, people would ask me. Are you crazy? I don't care. That's my daughter. I met before and nothing's gonna stop me. For months even is more women vanished. Police did not regard it as a high priority case. There's always a safe story. Oh, every cop as your flyer. Don't worry. I told him if I was a wealthy woman, you'd be looking for her to go. But since we don't have money, you don't care, and the case came to an Anaheim investigator, detective. Julissa trap, and she didn't say no. I give you my word. I will not rest until I find who killed your daughter almost gave me chills because at that moment I knew I was at the right spot. It was an answer. You one question. But there was still however many hundreds of questions yet to be answered, never found rather well, that's not true. From the Los Angeles Times and wondering comes a new Syriza's detective trap. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one fucks. On set, the FTC sent orders to a handful of large technology companies to provide the federal agency with information on quote the method and manner in which they collect used store and disclose information about users and their devices in noting that social media and video streaming Services have become virtually unavoidable. The way these giants handle consumer data is quote shrouded in secrecy, and that is quote alarming that we know so little about companies that know so much about us. The FTC also wants to uncover how Children and families are targeted and categorized and address if we're being subjected to social engineering experiments. The order was sent to Facebook, Snapchat Twitter, YouTube bite, dance twitch, reddit and discord with a 45 Day window to respond. CNET reports that Twitter and Reddit.

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iPhone  water test: We tested it way beyond the claim, CNET Says

Mac OS Ken

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

iPhone water test: We tested it way beyond the claim, CNET Says

"Remember when apple said iphone could stand up to real world. Submersion and italy said apple was full of it while see nut hasn't said that italy is full of it they do show the phone surviving something besides lab water. I told you yesterday. Italy finding apple twelve million dollars. Us for leading consumers astray on iphones. Actual water resistance while apple says several models of iphone can stand up to thirty minutes of submersion without sustaining damage. Italy says that's only true for pure water used in the laboratory. Drop your phone and real world water and damaged more likely. According to a talion authorities

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"cnet" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"cnet" Discussed on Talking Tech

"You've no doubt heard. Apple claim that its new iphones. The twelve edition has glass. That while may not be unbreakable is four times less likely to break than previous editions. I take them at face value. But i wasn't willing to throw the phone at the floor to find out however our friends had seen it. They wanted to give it a try. They've got a bigger budget than i do. And they've decided that <hes>. Yes indeed apple. Claims are true. Let me tell you about their test. One it survived the pocket purse tumble thrown into a purse dangling with keys didn't scratch they even rubbed sandpaper on the phone to find out if it would make a mark. Yes it surprise surprise. When's the last time you pulled out sandpaper to try to send your phone. Drop one three feet screen side down. They threw did indeed throw it on the floor. They said they got a few dance around the edges but the screen didn't crack then. They tried it three feet backside down and guess what the back of the phone cracked. Okay this is something that i i have done myself many times. I actually ended up cracking the back more than i cracked the front. Neither of it is pretty a six feet. Throw screen side down. Meaning the glass is going to hit the ground. And i would think he would crack. All seen. that got was a debt. Then they did nine feet drop screen side down using stepladder. Something that most of us will not be doing amazing. Amazing glass didn't break. They got dance but the glass didn't break kids. Don't try this at home. But it's good to hear that apple's claims maybe have some truth to them. I wouldn't go for throwing my phone down nine feet but <hes> assuming drop it because i drop every addition of the phone and i've cracked a lot of them over the years. How about you.

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CNET's iPhone 12 drop test

Talking Tech

02:06 min | 1 year ago

CNET's iPhone 12 drop test

"You've no doubt heard. Apple claim that its new iphones. The twelve edition has glass. That while may not be unbreakable is four times less likely to break than previous editions. I take them at face value. But i wasn't willing to throw the phone at the floor to find out however our friends had seen it. They wanted to give it a try. They've got a bigger budget than i do. And they've decided that Yes indeed apple. Claims are true. Let me tell you about their test. One it survived the pocket purse tumble thrown into a purse dangling with keys didn't scratch they even rubbed sandpaper on the phone to find out if it would make a mark. Yes it surprise surprise. When's the last time you pulled out sandpaper to try to send your phone. Drop one three feet screen side down. They threw did indeed throw it on the floor. They said they got a few dance around the edges but the screen didn't crack then. They tried it three feet backside down and guess what the back of the phone cracked. Okay this is something that i i have done myself many times. I actually ended up cracking the back more than i cracked the front. Neither of it is pretty a six feet. Throw screen side down. Meaning the glass is going to hit the ground. And i would think he would crack. All seen. that got was a debt. Then they did nine feet drop screen side down using stepladder. Something that most of us will not be doing amazing. Amazing glass didn't break. They got dance but the glass didn't break kids. Don't try this at home. But it's good to hear that apple's claims maybe have some truth to them. I wouldn't go for throwing my phone down nine feet but assuming drop it because i drop every addition of the phone and i've cracked a lot of them over the years. How about you.

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"cnet" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:54 min | 1 year ago

"cnet" Discussed on WGN Radio

"He and she shared from cnet dot com. Talking about the video game industry, which Is Unbelievably huge and getting into the Holiday season. It's not coincidental that new Um, What's the word? I'm looking for Equipment is available. They're called video game consoles on D Yes, It's definitely not a zoo, right? Um But I guess it's definitely it's a huge moment. Actually, every seven years or so is when we get new devices. You know, computers. They're upgraded. Every feels like six minutes, but But the video game industry they kind of they work in waves. So you know almost like cars right so every every few years, the car companies kind of come out with a Completely new design, and that's what everyone and then they refine it with the video game industry that come out with new consoles they have often times there are some things that really makes them different. So With the Xbox 3 60, which came out in, um what was the 2006? I think it was, uh, that device. One of the key features about it was that was connected to the Internet a lot, and it allowed people to play games together and whatnot with just the most recent ones, the experts one in the PlayStation four. A good thing that they brought in was social networking, right being able to not just play these games with your friends, but actually, just like we were describing before, with fortnight, actually having a social experience with your friends. And so now, this next generation, which are very reasonably called the PlayStation five, and also the expects Syriza ex, Both of them go up to $500. They are really offering not just visual flourish, which she would expect, right? It looks nicer. But also they are kind of Internet really bright. They're designed for the unit to the point that one of the features of both of the counsels of said You can actually play some of these video games. Directly from the Internet. Just like you watching Netflix movie, Right? Right s. Oh, it's those types of things that are really fascinating Advancements. And then the other thing is that they're also super quick to play. So a lot of times, you know, people used to have to sit by and total their thumbs for a few minutes while the game was quote now, not at all. So it's stuff like that that people are really excited about in part of why they've been really hard to get ahold of other than the fact that manufacturing around the world has also been tough so that many to sell. What about ads that I see for something like, can be crush or which you do not require a console. But you know, you just need us a self a cell phone. Right, right or were computer. But yeah, but that's But that qualifies as a video game doesn't not, of course, And you know what's interesting is that in the last 10 years or so, because the iPhone and Android have really become a thing And you know, all of us have one of those two in our pocket. What's ended up happening is that the video games on those services have become huge innit of themselves? You know, Candy crush is a great example it it is the company that makes it King, which is now owned by Activision, one of the big consul gamemakers. Um, it is one of the biggest games in the world. There's another one. It's called cash of plants, right. We're talking about tens of millions of dollars every year. It's in Clavel. So what what ends up happening is that the industry has kind of slowly come together. Used to be that the mobile games were kind of, you know, the gamers quote unquote would stick their nose up in the air. And, oh, you play candy crush. That's nothing like duty. Yeah, because Candy crush is mostly a puzzle game. Right, right. But now they they're coming increasingly together to the point that if you looked at the ads for the iPhone 12 from Apple, they actually show some games that if you if you if you look at them, you know if you look at them from when I you could say, Well, this really looks like it came from a video game console and that that's what Has really been interesting is is that the kind of combination of those two worlds at time has been going on, and I would think that the demographic Combination is a much wider spectrum than that. The upper end, you know, 500 bucks PlayStation Council online, competing with your friends. And at the other end, you've got candy crush, which is on your phone, which anybody of any age probably could play and at the other end You know, you gotta be young and deck stereos when that's the word I'm looking for, You know, I mean, I would think that that opens up the industry to a much larger Possible consumer base. It does. Of course, there's politics involved in anything and when it comes to the video game industry, one of the things that the super fans right that the core unquote gamers are worried about. Is that the you know as you chase the money, and you go for the larger audience, the quality of your games may suffer right because you can't make them. It's hard to play or you can't you know if you're looking at casual gamers like candy crush, they don't want to see someone's head blown off right? A lot of those games suddenly become a lot less appealing. Oh, you know, that's that's part of what concerned a lot of people about mobile games. It's not so much that they're popular that if the company's decided that they smell money, they're gonna stop making call of duty. You know what that is, and how it's played out. In fact to industries has existed side by side really well, and the statistics are really fascinating 65% of Americans. Adults play video game 60% play on their smartphone and then 49% play on and dedicated console, So it doesn't really matter, right? It's almost 50 50 if you squint And 71% are playing casual games 53% of playing these action games. So even then, like yes, casual games are really popular, but the other ones, they're still popular, too. Wasn't there. I'm trying to recall the exact wording. But it was something along the lines of words with friends or friends with words. What words with friends? Words with friends. TRAVEL online? Yes, you know that It is so popular, right? That is your casual gamer. Right? It is, but you can be right. But there's a lot of people. You know the thing That's interesting is that as the politics of kind of calmed and gamers have realized that they're you know, they're they're way of Their entertainment value. The entertainment they like, isn't going away. They've actually increasingly adopted this stuff. Right. So a lot of people, you know you're in line you're waiting for, you know, whatever the grocery store you before how you play, you know, usually around of words with friends. Sure. Why not? A lot of people have gotten a lot more comfortable with all this. And then there's one last thing I want to bring up with all this demographic stuff, which is that a lot of people who grew up with video games and we're talking about you know you're talking about Pacman. You're going back to the seventies. A lot of those people are now adults, and they have kids of their own. And so as a result, the video game industry has actually expanded enormously because the stereotype of the you know the kind of loser in his mother's basement. Right stop right now. Now those people who were who may have been playing into the stereotype Now they are adults with kids and lives and they still love video games just as much as you know, someone who has been collecting baseball cards all their life. So we're doing it right or stamps or whatever. I mean, take your pick. You got it? Yeah, it's become a much more accepted part of culture, and that's part of what's allowed it to grow even more and really go up against the movie and the movie and music industries in ways that A lot of people probably don't even realize. Well, I was watching the relationship between video games and movies. Um, I forget what I was watching on Netflix. Or, um Amazon. And I wasn't paying that much attention to the credits at the beginning, but I got into the film. And it was part of the production company listing was Hasbro. And I'm like what? Wait a minute. Hasbro loves the license out their stuff for movies. I'm like What? John Kerry, though It's funny because video games have some of these engrossing stories that are really I mean, they are epic and really fun stories in some cases, but they make for bad movies..

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U.S. stocks close sharply higher as markets look beyond Election Day

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

02:04 min | 1 year ago

U.S. stocks close sharply higher as markets look beyond Election Day

"This election that is going down to the wire with Joe Biden looking like he may be just about ready to pick up that that victory. Or ring that victory bell. I guess I'm trying to say Doug is really affecting the markets. I wanna get right back to you to talk about stocks today and we're seeing now is this carries over to Asia right? And the fact that this blue wave that everybody was talking about last week failed to materialize, and it looks as though it least at this point that we're going to get A Democrat, Republican controlled Senate. And if you're right, Kathleen, and at this point, you're probably close to being right. If you look at what the data is saying so far on a Biden presidency It yields divided government right and that's a good scenario for the market is one thing that it does. It's reduces the chance that we're going to get any rollback in corporate taxes. At the same time, it kind of reduces the bet for a massive stimulus program. And if you're a fiscal hawk, this is good for you. And if you're the bond market than you have to take out that reflation trade, which is what we saw today, the yield on the 10 year falling 12 basis points and if you go back to, I think where we were in the last 24 hours on the 10 year. A 20 basis point moved from the high to the low. That's like the Fed cutting rates by a quarter point nearly right now in the Tokyo session where it's 75 basis points, we had a rally in US equities today, the S and P up 2.2%. Let's pivot to Asia very quickly. The Nikkei higher by 1%. Right now, we are also seeing much stronger. Japanese CNET 10 for 30 against the dollar The G bone bank Japan, October Services. PM I above the number that we saw in September. The current reading 47.7 and you look at the composite PM I also up from the September reading. The current reading at 48 W T I crude oil showing some weakness here at 38 70. So Kathleen, There is a lot going on my favorite

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Trader Joes Napa Oakville Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 Review

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:49 min | 1 year ago

Trader Joes Napa Oakville Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 Review

"And cheap wine fighter.com coming again with a kind of a fun one. Well, at least it was fun like adults playing until off the fires and Napa Valley half and all the tragedy and people lost their lives and grape Vineyards that have burned and raped Wineries and people lost their life's work off. But rather to be a downer when I dressed wine, this one is called the Trader Joe's Platinum Reserve Cabernet, Sauvignon, Oakville, Napa Valley 2018 lot 97 There have been a couple of bumper crops in Napa Valley Sonoma that area so there was Surplus and then the covid-19 off but these are wines and so to restaurants and for parties and none of that's going on right now. So there was a trip plus and there was going to be a great many wines that were going to be a prices. They usually never AR CNET and Trader Joe's was starting to show this was a velour the Palm Spring Mountain at Atlas Peak and there might be another one all Napa some Indian from a high-end subdivision small places. I think the Oak Grove that's where Screaming Eagle is front Screaming Eagles when it was 100 Point perfect lines themselves in the thousands of dollars and I figured out I'm going to have a 1490. I have one that off. Ghost videos of Vineyard within two miles of that place or or something like that. I don't know where the vineyard is. They don't tell you that when you're paying $49 for high-end. Well, I'll tell you about you all the details, you know with Cooperage what force the old came from who's arrived start with winemaker the history of the winery all and for the price of these things and when you don't offer you get cheaper, so I don't know if there's still going to be a a glut is just the last gasps Trader Joe's were you want to run out and find these small production wines? I think there was a little bit less than five thousand cases. There's twelve thousand twelve bottles off the case for each of these but which you know is a lot of wine, especially when it's a nationwide distribution. So, you know on a Thursday Supposed to go to continue there's resorting lions and in the works that are coming our way out of cheap price, but you know a lot of that, you know a big deal any more with the fires are happening there and you'll see the devastation and I know you know people lost their lives people of lost history things. They worked on forever. You know, I just saw a man who had 100,000 bottles in one of his buildings in the building burned burned out. It's just, you know, it's crazy drink to him. I'm going to do that. So I don't know if this is gonna be the last of the cheap wines from Napa Valley. They're coming up or what? But they're good the 1499. There's over those got a nose that is worth you just smelling it all the different Roma's going on in there is worth forty nine thousand. I mean you don't get that and just regular then there is a reason why these Appalachians are famous and this is a 2018. It's not a young age worthy. Why that's drink it now. Maybe you could put it away for a couple of years if you want to you know, but it doesn't need to you can drink it right now, but it tastes great. It's got a lot of flavor. It's got its Sleek doesn't have a lot of Weights medium weight on the palate. It's liquid has a ton of flavor. It's you know, it's just kind of flows money's nice deal II 1499. It kicks butt Trader Joe's says that it's if it were a retail branded. Did you have an air brand on it? What's so for about $30 and $30 Napa cabs are starting to really ride, you know that when it starts getting more expensive a lot of that is because of its more often. It's it's rarer line mean, there's not enough to go around you gotta pay to get them but you really hitting some really good wines when you get dirty on the upper end or you can go higher the 13 get you some good one. And and this

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"cnet" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"cnet" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"But we saw a lot about the whole and that's great because for Amazon because that's where they're straw in that's where people are right now. So. Your gaming, just one form of entertainment. It sort of fits, their whole portfolio model that they can serve people anyway, they want to amuse themselves. Why aren't you tell listeners about the they they talked about How Alexa was going to be more chatty and understand you more and sort of when flying by me because I was busy writing up the round dots and the around echoes tell everybody the the the significance of what they announced. They're very significant. I'll have a separate right up on it doesn't seem like they've released any information. So the people who saw the video or the and Precise talk about it. I think this is it significant from a technical standpoint? I'm not sure how significant it will be from an adoption standpoint. It's not clear to me when that's going to be available either of trying to get some more information about it. But what it did is actually says you can actually invite a Alexa to a conversation. They have this concept called natural conversations and the question is if you invite Alexi to a conversation, it's not like you're just going to say what's the weather like you know what your favorite sports team? Oh, about those mets, right. It's not that type of conversation you'd have with a person it's where Alexa can be helpful in a conversation so they showed. two use cases sort of both within the kitchen one they were talking about pizza order and the significant thing is once you invoke Alexa, you invite Alexa to the conversation Alexa continues to listen. So right now it shuts down after eight seconds if you're not addressing Alexa directly but in this case it's going to stay open the Mike is going to. Be Listening to your conversation. When something is relevant to the task, you're trying to execute which Alexis to help you with Alexa will that respond offer additional information, those types of things. So they add the pizza order and it was natural conversation between two people..

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The Day They Closed Our Masjid  Ustadh Fahad Ansari

The Friday Circle Podcast

07:20 min | 1 year ago

The Day They Closed Our Masjid Ustadh Fahad Ansari

"Yesterday for the past six. The current virus rid nineteen and how sets US particularly with the closure from side to nothing did I can remember. Or markets can remember have had has been so impact from on the entire world as this pandemic if you think about it the previous issues of war terrorism other panicky Bola. They had an impact the shook the world they stopped. The word people have to do this differently. Nothing to schedule seeing at the moment is unprecedented that the entire world had to stop so functioning as it's used to functioning and it doesn't matter which party were you. How wealthier country poor countries is not a word of companies a secular country or the Muslim country or the Hindu cut. It doesn't matter it's affecting everybody. Schooling close pubs bars restaurants cafes cinemas theatres everything shut down sporting events primarily the NBA International to completely shut. Down or is international. Problem is installed. It's absolutely chilling to see what's happening is like a complete lockdown and obviously what affects us of believe with more than anything else you take that which is beloved to us away from below the thing to us a daily basis that we have in our minds as believers is also is a prayer at the place to do that is massage now if the controversial decision and the Austin some who assisting the stay open to discuss supposed writer room. I just want to focus on effective getting involved in the whether it's Roger all my opinion is has no consequence isn't bearing I nobody. I cannot influence the most staying open or being closed in this way. Never to the reality is we have to so. Let's think about this aren't delay. Says not even a leaf light tiny leaf fall off a tree in the middle? Of course loss hundred dollar witted for allow Zapped Leaf for. This doesn't draw full off Alah Willett. He wanted foldout. Whatever the reasons we say as to. Why most needs to have because of risk realities Alon wielded that is most close their doors winded that we cannot print these and therefore we need to reflect as A. Why isn't that position? That's the real question. Read you sit and you go fourteen days in suffice. It's a good time to sit and think about this question just over two weeks ago. I sent a picture of the governor and they had close it off completely so all you could see the white marble and you can see people in the off. Cnet would prey and is quite chilling. Side looking at the reassure us. The Authority said that the clean precautionary. It hoped to be running business as usual in a in a short period of time. And have you started wearing Madan? People Perplex go there for. He was thinking about Hutch. But you know there was a feeling that this is going to be okay. Then what happened last couple of weeks slowly restrictions start coming in non-saudi here in the UK into now local massage. What did it last week? The Friday Levin reduced ten minutes could find Saddam told. Don't come to the mess with children. He don't bring the humming. They sit at any level. This talk this could be dangerous. It's a risk to others who post this weekend. We're supposed to be on the retreat. Study Retreat Have to be constantly. He hoped by joining. You'll have a Mogadishu. He talked a video in paramount's Sanchez yourself. Before you come in wearing a must come in. All of these measures were happening. Guidance was coming out from the different organizations. And Councils about how we should deal with this and then yesterday almost like a domino effect one after the other press releases announcements this massive that losses to. It'll be no Jamak mortar. It'd be no Jeremiah. This Muslim he's Prato and the MOMS were crying. The Tears Trustees breaking down saying this is difficult decision. We've had to make. We didn't take it lightly. Believe believe if we did not take his likely and the reason that this is has taken such a hit. The most is not just a place where we pray. It's not just a place where we go. We worship flight time today through the congregation Salah. No it's much more than that. It's a hub of the community is when we have an education system we have found in. We've mothers for the children. We have classes for adults will ever On we A- circle the Mawlid relearn at the practice our faith. It's a place of its place of celebration. Someone has a newborn child legal to celebrate the most their party. Nick weddings morning. He was last rites leaves. Libya genus pre in a mass shooting. People COME TO SOCIALIZE. How feeding so down because after work softer network late night and then the run they come and they just see some of the brothers in this piece this school. This song This was missing the wellbeing discussed affairs of your mom. Local community problems how to resolve them the visual refund. Raise our brothers and sisters locally locally and get into states. A few days older All those lessons of a lot have been taken away from them.

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How to Make an Intelligent Car Purchase in 2020

The Money Guy Show

05:16 min | 2 years ago

How to Make an Intelligent Car Purchase in 2020

"We always announce the typical car. Purchase is thirty. Nine thousand one zero five okay. That's what we've used a stat. That might be an updated stab at somewhere in that absorb park with. Daniel showed me that the actual new car price is thirty. Three thousand three hundred and twelve dollars. The difference is the negative equity meaning. There are so many people who are buying new cars that are under water. That thing negative equity is getting rolled into their new per so the dealership. Don't don't worry about make cnet even know where about making that whole. Just go ahead and roll that on in so you can buy this thirty three thousand dollar car for thirty nine thousand dollars so it's even worse because the interest rate on the negative would've equity loans is over seven percent which is unbelievable. That's incredible if you think about the opportunity cost of your army of dollar bills that hurt you. And the average linked linked of loan is over now six years. So if you bring all this together it made me. Also we need to do a public service announcement on how not Descru- store purchase purchase so we went and pulled the archives for the money show. We saw we have not done a show on purchasing vehicles in the last two years. We're like okay. What's going on in the world but this is something that we can help? People make better financial decisions on car purchases in twenty twenty. We've actually put it in steps. We're going to walk through some steps and how you should approach the car buying process some things to think about but before we do that we have to lay out what we consider kind of some ground rules to get your mind right. So take a deep breath in Dan and then these are the things we think. If you're going to actually even approach the subject of purchasing a car. How do you idiot proof and give yourself some ground rules rules on to approach this in a well rounded way? I love and I think Brian the very first one that you started with. And and I I've heard you counsel so many folks as they approach this when it comes to purchasing an automobile. Don't make an emotional decision right and look the car manufacturers the car dealers they know. This is an emotional purchase. That's why if you look at the ads. We're in the holidays right now. They do the crazy thing. You'll see you'll see a husband or wife give if some essay one surprise you and then it's usually the husband because for some reason I always put the husband. I've got a surprise for you. And then they go out and they have an SUV and a pickup truck in the driveway. With Golfo what idiot buys a vehicle without talking to their spouse. But somehow we're supposed to celebrate this and things that this is where things are so it's emotional and then I remember I can't remember. Volkswagen started with a little car on the guy's head because it was like a car. It's on it's on his brain but then it keeps keeps getting bigger bigger bigger bigger into. Because you just can't control yourself so the first thing you have to do is make sure your practical side is going to win out in this war war over your emotional side so promise yourself that you also you need to know and we're going to repeat this several times in the show he neither tell yourself we will not not be buying this car in person. We're GONNA be talking about phone calls. We're GONNA be talking about email. You gotTa keep the Home Court advantage us all those resources you also need to. I understand that purchase price trade in values. All those things are much more powerful than the monthly payment trap Bo. Tell them what they do. You Walk on dealership. What's the first question that a sales person always ask you okay? Well what are your monthly payment to be before you start talking about. What kind of car priced car? Why what what's it's your budget? How much you planning on spending a month? Well here's the dirty little secret you don't know just about any car they can put you. They can fit inside that monthly payment box. If you're starting the conversation conversation there you're starting in the wrong place and that leads to the last thing which is look opponent. Purchase transactions go have multiple components opponents. And you need to be standing on guard. You need to tune up your spidey senses on all components of the transaction. We're talking about the purchase. We're talking about the trade in the the finance and even the extended warranty or throw in that last meeting unique to be on guard through the entire process. That's the only way you're GonNa make sure that you don't walk into a deal that you'll financially struggling with for years it will be the tell that follows you around and I. 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So that's why I tell you know your budget but also how do you view your relationship with your

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Is the iPhone 11 waterproof? We couldn't drown it, nor the iPhone 11 Pro - CNET

The Tech Guy

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Is the iPhone 11 waterproof? We couldn't drown it, nor the iPhone 11 Pro - CNET

"They do make Waterproof cases for the iphone eleven. Although it's pretty waterproof do dive with it or you. Just don't want to get wed.. Yeah I have a habit of walking into river's okay percents on got it. Yeah so you do need waterproof they make I would look at a lifeproof case. They make waterproof cases. That are quite good there And they're you know they're proof for iphone. Eleven other words they will not not get in the way of any Any notch or anything like

"cnet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"cnet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Intersection of our technology and entertainment in making marbles signs and splendor of the courts of Europe more at cnet museum dot org this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm ari Shapiro and MOT Cornish or than five thousand years ago a woman in Scandinavia chewed on a piece of birch rudimentary chewing gum of sorts that as NPR's merit Kennedy reports has proven to be a remarkable source of ancient DNA this dark little blob of birch page would be pretty easy to overlook an archaeological site was initially it's a black brown substance that was obtained by heating birch bark but honey Schroeder a paleo geneticist at the university of Copenhagen says a student coming from the site brought it to him with a question can we get the in and out of this and you know you're like well we know haven't really tried so let's give it a go people in the stone age would chew the substance and use it as a form of glued to put sharp points on the weapons they may have also used it as a kind of medicine so these were clues that it might contain DNA but the researchers expected it to be difficult to extract it's still quite challenging to get to know a complete engine human genome from human remains the DNA sequencing went better than they could have ever expected they were able to reconstruct a complete human genome sure so this is the first time that an entire engine human genome has been extracted from anything other than human bones or teeth the team published their findings in the journal nature communications and the DNA tells us a lot about this woman who lived about five thousand seven hundred years ago she had this really you know striking combination of dark hair and dark skin and and and the wise Schroeder says those features were common to other hunter gatherers in this area at the time which is now an island in Denmark he says that even though farmers were beginning to settle in northern Europe the woman's DNA does not show any traces of former ancestry and even beyond her DNA the scientists were also able to extract ancient microbes from her mouth there were sealed in the ancient gum they found traces of a virus and they also extracted remnants of what could have been the woman's last ZTE meal doc and hazel nuts sure says it's unique to have DNA traces of microbes and clues about diet all from a single individual it's really you know the rich picture from this kind of inconspicuous small lump of birch resin Herford molecular archaeologist Christina Warner's says she thinks it was incredibly creative to try to recover information from the ancient chewing gum and the fine says a lot about her field right now as our technology that we're using get stronger we're starting to realize that much more of the past this preserves than we ever thought she recently tried analyzing chewed up stems from a cave in Mexico though unfortunately little information was preserved as technology has dramatically improved Warner says scientists should try to test more objects for DNA that they find on archaeological sites gives me inspiration to go out and start looking for for more of these unusual contexts in which we might find interesting information a pretty storied legacy for a piece of gum Merrick Kennedy and pureness after twenty five years the number one the song on Billboard's hot one hundred chart is Mariah Carey's All I Want for Christmas is you one thousands of new holiday songs have been released since but none has become an during standard like this one Chris clinic reports on the challenge of trying to crack the tiny you'll tied it he Kerry single item wish list was the punctuation mark on half a century in which a new original secular holiday song would become ubiquitous every few years this was nineteen seventy nine here's nineteen eighty one now nineteen eighty four in nineteen eighty seven well the soldier hate them you know the both of them you can likely say about any you'll tunes written lately by which I mean this century people still write them down this story ms a of the there's no way that the Senate clothing isn't the most important person in the room up in the North Pole so I thought she deserved to get some sun aloe Blacc a southern California singer songwriter who's been making records since two thousand three and eight new songs on his twenty eighteen out from Christmas fun it is intimidating to think about trying to write something that will stand the test of time he also wanted to try to expand the emotional palette of holiday yeah we want to get together and have fun and give hugs and Christmas cheer there's also like some family members you just don't want to see let dry doctor Demento a pop music historian who specializes in obvious ephemera likens the contraction of the Christmas play list to increase your earning for tradition at this time.

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Gannett Reports Drop In Revenue, Digital-Only Subscribers Surge

Michael Berry

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Gannett Reports Drop In Revenue, Digital-Only Subscribers Surge

"Can add to owner of USA today and more than a hundred other papers reports a ten point seven percent drop in revenue for the third quarter a lease Izzy has the details the company which is just a few days away from a possible merger reports that despite an overall drop there has been an increase in digital subscriptions on November fourteenth shareholders of new media investment group will vote on a merger with Gannett now if the merger goes through as expected the company name will be get cnet and the headquarters will be in McLean Virginia last week new media reported a slight drop in third quarter revenue down one percent compared with the year before a Lisa C. N. B. C.

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Leaders Are Those Who Take Responsibility for Their Worlds

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

16:23 min | 2 years ago

Leaders Are Those Who Take Responsibility for Their Worlds

"Are all leaders and leaders those take responsibility for their worlds in. That's the that's the construct I choose to operate in. That's like the construct. I'm doing my work from because I want all of us to be aware that we have a responsibility to be really consciously choosing what we're doing in our showing up and the impact it doesn't matter if it's just at home or just with friends ends or at work you know or inner communities larger stage. We all have an opportunity to influence and create him back every moment and it's it's a choice. We get to consciously make an it's such a beautiful choice that we have that opportunity. How do you see when do you think leadership Japan changed over the years and especially right now. Do you think what do we need to know about leadership today that maybe we didn't know about leadership ten years ago. I I really think it's been transforming. You know in the best way I can. I can look at that is one of the I guess. The data points I have is even just coaching it professionals coaching when I did my training fifteen years ago. Organizations were using coaching as punitive tool as is a willing to coach somebody out of something that they're not really well right thirty right whereas now organizations are investing in in developing their leaders to have a coaching skill set because they know it elicits high performance and they're providing executive coaches for their their their executives and senior leaders because they get a it's. It's it's needed so. This is an example of how leadership has shifted in that. There is a lot more of an understanding that as a leader I don't have all the answers it's important that I'm asking for help in receiving help and have support network to do so whether it's a professional or peers mentor and also that this piece around emotional I call it. Emotional leadership has really come into play at being the millennials have released shifted the workplace in the way that they've taken a stance for ivory my whole south to work so interact with my whole self not just the person that's doing this role but I'm a whole a whole person and what a beautiful gift that that is actually I mean I think the millennials for doing that because I think back to my corporate days and there were those days where I would go to work and I was my corporate me and than ever go home and I was my at home me and never did those to cross right. I mean it was really it was such a beautiful gift when I left the corporate world than I really started to build my business about ten years ago where I started to show up as me and my business and it was it was so it's exhausting to try to be two people and so thank us for the millennials really holding that up there yes and thank goodness goodness for people like you who are modeling that that it's okay to bring your full self and this was when I think back to the twenty six twenty seven year old all that McDonald's restaurant like I didn't know that and I was you know I was pretending to have it all together when I did and and I I think I would have been so much more enrolling had I been vulnerable with the team and and just said you know I need your help. You know this is a big mission. We're going to do it together. Other here are some of my ideas. What are your ideas we collaborate in co create and that takes vulnerability and I think that that's a they way how leadership has shifted and will continue to shift that leaders nowadays needs to be more vulnerable open hearted and really good collaborating and listening. Yes yes and you're teaching leaders to be more resilient with their emotions at the building really resilient relationship nations ship. What does that mean yeah so what it means from the emotional leadership body of work is that it is a leader. I'm aware when I'm experiencing emotion so meeting and maybe something is said or or something happens and I'm I'm triggered by meaning like I feel some anger so knowing one knowing that like having you blow flow into it right you just you just go into the motion and you don't even feel it rightly so there's other completely bypassing it suppressing it pretending like it didn't happen or there's getting so reactive that we were not resourceful. Were not creating the impact. We want you know in so we ended up becoming becoming difficult to work with or you know or we just took the meeting off rails because we weren't able to really say okay. Hey I'm noticing. I'm really uncomfortable with what just happened here. Can we just take a moment. let me try to understand this and get curious with you or the team to should try to really figure out what's going on so I think emotional leadership position having the awareness than a emotional beings and then be knowing knowing how did really harrogate them in a responsible way because we are all our emotions our our energy in motion and if we're a for if we're able to navigate them than we can use it to move our missions forward and to enroll people into our into our visions uh-huh that's good that's good and one of the things that really impressed me as I was looking through your information. That is really around how you are. You're you're a coup Delaney Yoga Meditation Teacher Yan. You Bring Movement into your leadership work in. I love that one of the things I do is I hi do equine guided retreats leadership retreats with my with my horses in our work with teams in their motion. There's movement in there. There's there's ways ways for people to start to to connect into their bodies and and I know that this has got to be really powerful when you're bringing Pendolino Cellini Yoga and meditation into your leadership work. Yeah and I'm so I'm so happy CNET. You're doing this work with horses. It's so powerful there it is. It's incredible. It's anything there's there's you know Kinda. Kundan leany Yoga and equine guided added work has got to have some really comparable threads yes yeah into what I noticed in my own practice of the couldn't Yoga and meditation that because every day I'm moving the energy in my in my field old might energetic body in my physical body. It allows me to have a greater experience of what I'm wanting to create and any thing that gets us in our body. Inner breath is going to allow us to create more what we want though as leaders eaters as humans. I think it's important in this day and age because of how busy it is because of how much information coming at us because of how how many like just how how much we don't have an opportunity just to be and take a moment to pause that we have some I'm kind of embodiment movements breath work practice to allow us to really connect to ourselves to be clear on what I'm here for and to be able to be discerning as to where I put my energy because all of us could be doing a million things things end can be getting pulled in so many directions and if that's happening for you or for any you know any any of the listeners might write. My recommendation is to really look at how can I harness the energy that I have so. I'm directing it to the things that matter most right right and when when you're making that space to be much much more aware. You're starting to feel that so are you. Are you teaching. Are you bringing that energy into the leadership teachings that you're doing so in my online program. It's part of the foundation of it. I'm I'm create. I'm bringing core creates or core impostures. If you will meditations to support the participants to have a healthier more responsible relationship with their emotions MHM I've actually tracked certain meditations at work more effectively with anger or sadness or enjoy so that we can regulate and work with those emotions more effectively and so I- introduce some foundational kindle yoga meditation and then then pull it through the threat of online training now that's awesome. That's really powerful and I will say to Cami for some of your listeners who are leaders was inside organizations or parents. Would I do with my team at work if we get on a call all virtual and if they're struggling ogling you know because there's just so much going on. I'll take three minutes and we'll do a quick meditation and you know and then ask them. You know what shift did now our three minutes ago when most of them will say we'll. I'm actually president now. I feel like this big fire. That's burning over here is actually manageable and and so you could do that at home too. You know whenever wins freaking out or when you sit down for dinner just let's take the take a couple minutes in breeds and you know it's a game changer changer it is you know I had interviewed Tammy Simon of sounds true and she was fabulous and one of the things she talked about was they start start every meeting with with some form of a away to just pause right even if it's like sixty seconds of quiet for people to come into the room mm-hmm and be in the room and I learned that because so often you know even think about coming home you get home. You Walk in the door at dinnertime. The the kids are ready. It's like there's so much noise but if you have that moment of pause between Your Day in one part of your day into the next I think we can move into it much more gracefully completely completely. That's good so how do you bring more peace and balance into your your life. What's what is. What kind of practices do you do personally yeah so I do morning. Delina yoga meditation sets and end sometimes all actually I was living very close to a studio in Venice Beach California where my teachers were but not there anymore so they have an online online where I can just do a class from the day before so sometimes that's sixty to ninety minutes set. If not I have like a short thirty minute set that I'm committed to doing every day and then I'm also committed to doing some being more physical. Whether it's running biking walking on going to some kind of fitness class last year the combination of for me too breath were the energetic body work and the physical body work is crucial I and then I have a gratitude practice that I begin end my days with really looking at what I want to create for the day. It's awesome journal that it is it is all laid out for me so makes it really easy to fill in the blank spots but it's like what what would make today gray and then at nighttime the time so what are three things that I'm grateful but what happened throughout the day and they know I think there's a lot of scientific data out there and a lot of mindfulness information that would talk about whatever we focus on we get more of than so. I think gratitude is having a the daily practice of that really really helps us again to create more of what we're wanting jaggery and one of the things I love that you just talked about there is and because I live live in a remote part of Colorado. I live in the foothills of Colorado writes. I'm not in the heart of city anywhere and to get to a yoga class. It's it's a good twenty minute drive for me. He and I love the fact that you've found on online source that you're you're tuning into that on a regular basis. I might have to get that online source from you happy to share that with you. Yeah that'd be awesome and we'll share it in the show. Notes has after you send that to me said just because it's good for all of us define nine ways that we can connect for ourselves make space for ourselves and I love my own morning time. I really do you know. I I do different things. I really tune into the morning and tune in to say okay. What does my body feel like. It needs right now. Some days. It's meditation in Journalism Days. It's journaling and reading other days. It's just sitting outside and the especially this time of year is such a beautiful time of year to build the still enjoy before it starts to get cold old so that you know just to be in nature as hard so important and I love that you are listening to what you need and that day day so it's I think it's important if we can to schedule a bit of time for ourselves each day it just I know for me. It allows me to come bring more gracefulness throughout the day in be more present and kind of navigate what shows up more elegantly. I guess you know not always but I think that's a really good point Kristie. I think it's we're not even we when we do these things we're gonNA. We still catch ourselves going down as we go back. I could've handled that much more eloquently. Oh my God so much so Oh yes and so but I think the more even going back and acknowledging. Gosh that didn't go the way I wanted it to. It just gives us another groundwork to a foundation to work from right and that we can carry forward most definitely meant to be gentle on ourselves when we don't. Ooh When we're not as perfect as we'd like to be as it's like okay well. I'm learning in them growing up to fail forward the exact and that's part of the growth of it all because none of us are ever perfect so it's really being gentle on ourselves with that most definitely yeah so what is the lie. Are you see you wish to leave in the world who Hammy if I could help this. You know was. GonNa say a handful but that's not true. I WANNA help a lot of people connect to their emotions and the legacy I wanNA leave is more permission for each of us to connect and with all of our emotions and and you know and then within a subset under that would be like some tools for people to so that they feel safe to do that so that they don't continue to suppress or avoid or have the bursts but they I feel like they have some tools to connect those emotions. That's the legacy I wanNA lead in that. You know what it's okay to have messy xenakis that emotions are just part of how we give us feedback to know what's happening for us to have the courage to share that more openly brilliant butter bullied people in a responsible way.

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CNET's tech-deals guru reveals his secrets (The Daily Charge, 9/3/2019)

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06:52 min | 2 years ago

CNET's tech-deals guru reveals his secrets (The Daily Charge, 9/3/2019)

"Today on the daily charge i instagram now facebook may start hiding likes wifi seven already on the developing table and dove tailing off the best labor day tech deals the cheapskate rick reuter is here to break down what still good morning and welcome to seen daily really tired. It's tuesday september third. I'm joanie saltzman alfred. Let's get to the headlines here in the u._s. Were coming back from a labor day holiday holiday weekend which like most holidays here means shopping but there are still deals out there for you to grab rick bre has been spearheading cenex coverage of tech deals for years and he's he's joining us now remotely wreck. Thanks for coming on the show. Thanks for having me guys. So what are some of the best deals still out there for people right now right so as you mentioned the labor day holiday was a great excuse for everybody to have deals because it's american but we do and although a lot of the deals are wrapping up because it's the day after labor day there are few that are still holding on <hes> for example h having a really nice salem one of their <hes> more entry level the laptops. It's like a fifteen inch but actually has a decent processor and it has a two hundred fifty six gigabyte solid state drive and it starts at just like five hundred nineteen bucks ax which is a really good price for that. I recommend anybody who's getting that. Go into the custom convict tool and bump up the screen resolution two full h._d. That's an extra fifty bucks six the <hes>. I have it right here in front of me. I don't forget another novo. Start clock is down to sixty bucks and this is a really nice item for a college student or anybody. He also wants to be able to wake up with with videos or see a live weather reports stuff like that <hes> the air pods deal with the wireless charging case that was was like one of the all time best deals on that is now expired but you know <hes> black friday is coming so deals like that. We'll be back right. Well something. I've always wanted to ask you and so. I'm glad i got to do this. Live in front of an audience is how do you keep on top of identifying these deals all year round. I can't even imagine and like what you cannot ask magician to reveal. I don't care if we're live. We're not no seriously though i i have a number of different ways that i track these deals. A lot of times vendors will reach out to me and say hey we wanna do an exclusive thing for for cheapskate reader's go out different deals sites <hes> like anybody and then of course i have my spies here and there who bring me the good stuff <hes> the one thing i'll mention though is that for anybody who wants to on attract deals on their own if they're hoping to score a deal on something and they wanna find out when it goes on sale. There's a couple of tools that they can use the help them do this. One is it's called camel camel camel and the other is called honey and both of these let you set up water called <hes> basically price alerts so you let them you specify what price ice what threshold you're hoping to get and it will send you an email alert as soon as that particular product gets to that price. That's a great way to keep tabs on individual joel products that you're hoping to score a deal on that's great so we're gonna talk to some more and left. If you guys have any questions for him stick around he'll be there to answer your questions but next up facebook maybe the world's most powerful force addicting us to gobbling up those likes on our posts making them go higher and higher but it's considering hiding like counts. The company already tested a similar move on instagram in august so this is all part of digital health right this idea that it's not healthy for for us to be constantly trolling and feeding these you know this need for likes but facebook is the one that kind of pioneer across the globe yeah they on often cite and when we talk about dark patterns which are ways that you know pages are designed to make you keep coming back to the reason why the notification is an annoying red teijin not a color that that doesn't bother you when it's just lingering on your page so much <hes> you know their studies on people getting kind of like a dopamine rush whenever they do get like like a like or a re tweet or share on their post or something like that and you know a lot of people who have noted that this is a step in the right direction to kind of hide that so you're not like constantly reminded click on the app and keep looking back at it right yeah and also not only just engagement also it feeds into like self worth and self appreciation when you see somebody else's post gang or even just friend counts which they're not talking about. You're talking about a test for counts. Those sort of numbers have led to people self assessing their own self. Yeah i remember i would delete photos if i didn't get more than ten minutes on instagram while so i kinda shifted myself out of that and and i made like another instagram page has no followers and i don't follow anybody on post stuff on it or anything like that but it's very liberating like the break myself out of that chain yeah the next just be not uploading photos come on myspace. He can't do that exactly and finally finally wi fi. Six is just now arriving phones laptops in network equipment but engineers already moving on to wi fi seven. It's the next standard that it promises viewers better streaming video longer range and fewer problems with traffic congestion. Basically the idea is that it would deliver a wired connection over wireless. The guy that are are stephen shanklin. He interviewed um qualcomm <unk> vice president technology he said like blanket your house and every nook and cranny with us like hyper speed internet connectivity. What do you think about this. Do you know why why six is afraid of wifi seven. Why because it's faster is probably going to be the new standard tendered and like wipe out wi fi six more adopted but yeah i mean it's a very strong promise to say. That'll be exactly as fast. This is a wired connection. Just <hes> from a place online games a lot usually when there's lag people say you should be using a wired connection. What are you doing so hopefully that upends is that and it does bring a lot of new possibilities for streaming potential netflix constantly talks about how they wanna like more four k content and eight k is like starting to become a thing now and i keep looking at it. It's like who has the bandwidth to download all that like boy yeah with wi fi seven. I mean that definitely does bring that possibility right well wifi seven though we'll be waiting a while. It's not supposed to be arriving until twenty twenty four so we've got some time to prepare yeah assuming that an internet will still be there. It will be for the daily charge. I'm joanie saltzman. I'm offering. Thanks for joining us.

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"cnet" Discussed on Inspiration Nation

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03:32 min | 2 years ago

"cnet" Discussed on Inspiration Nation

"One. What are you feeling today that did you respond responding to start to go. Oh actually how i'm feeling and actually i've given up go you mentioned about it and actually like using cnet feeding thing more people i work with and stuff and i do notice the difference is a lot more war not that it was it was professional but we're not not someone quite closely. Watching the the laws are really warm smiling face when we say hello to chat about how things are and nothing truly changing the dynamic of within on taking literal cutler seconds to ask those feelings about name and how they win and it's made a massive massive difference. Yeah i know 'cause readout without exciting. We were you you say how you felt uncomfortable. I think that's because we do get to different levels of that. So the more you ask that question in the more comfortable or the different levels go to about addressing it was facing. You'll run famous as well because i want to tell you something that you weren't expecting that helps you to deal with that. So you get into people help. People feel because actually when you think about human bodies shall we feel about stuff. People aren't very logical but actually assist emotion that comes first and then you logical kicks so you experience it but people who are trying to hide suppress it whatever that fading question people don't like to use a mouse walks to stunt what's gonna come out of this conversation but it may be that the reveals something reveals oughta behaviors gone on the lack working gauge with the lack of happiness and they actually all maybe you were to lead to complete namib wide resource and be better threats. He's just telling somebody and yes it can be difficult. I've actually saved their die for them or save that week because they're not being demons on really difficult and i think that's a lot of stuff that we digest in businesses that we don't take that time out. It won't just five minutes. It might turn into an offer now analysis compensation. I'll tell you though that our our properly listening to someone you know if they've got potential. The thing going on is is like a lie with l. Remember that comes asian and you say you sound is people that come around to nasdaq. You can see the effect of that because you say house joe uh-huh to at because of the conversation between now. I still think i really care about them when i talked to someone i'm gonna give you all the care. I want you to have a great outcome. You know i'm not going to have a lot of buffalo you a number to me your person alive. I don't want us to win that live so engaged with it. That's why won't view if that is. That's what you want them. We all kind of what to get them. We're going to have a great outcome and that's going to give you go back to the happy engage with your lifetime with your career. I believe everything comes from how we happen. Engage their life. If i'm not having touchable lifelock out of work on what you do to me well you can give me give me free ice cream. Eh me bowling alleys you putting on talking about give me <hes>. Give me the snack fan. You've told your snack if not tells us something for a future episode yet but that'd be that's a happening guys to tell you. That is a great store. <hes> it doesn't matter what you offer me anytime. You can have all that stuff even more money. If i'm not happy to engage with my life is going to have an impact and have an impact a massive in pets inside so you actually listen to you or some of the spicer release indecent younger wanted the best view all times maxim message if it's if if you can we got so.

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Google Podcasts will soon have a website (and it'll run on iOS too)

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03:10 min | 2 years ago

Google Podcasts will soon have a website (and it'll run on iOS too)

"Google is prepping a web version of Google podcasts that works on desktop and on devices and the player is already live willing to our podcast in Google podcasts in the show notes and in our newsletter on any Android phone. It opens the pre installed Google podcasts player as normal while on iphone or desktop it. Now opens a web player nine to five Google reports that it also syncs playback position to your Google account. And you can ask your Google smart speaker to resume my podcast it still work in progress. It lacks any search method of subscribing downloads or front page as yet, but since these new links are entirely backward compatible with the old ones. And even now a better than the previous dumb versions. We've updated all our links from our podcast pages. Two points to this new player. Just search on pod news your favorite podcast pod. News. Cnet slash search and the Google podcast link. And here's our take the availability of a capable web player, which works with mobile safari. May mean an IOS app for Google podcasts is imminent. It should also mean that podcast links appear in all Google searches. Not just Google searches run from Android devices. The web view also fixes compatibility issues with the Samsung browser and opera on Android devices as well. This is all big and good news. The rain podcast business summit was a few weeks ago in New York. The website now contains audio from all of the individual sessions mind, the gap rebel base media worries about the gap between India and big podcasting wonders if it's a cause for concern. This Sunday is share your buds Sunday a opportunity for you to share your favorite podcast with a friend your ass to spread the word. There's. Link to a website in our show notes and our newsletter today, and you vertical podcast app has launched a bit. Cast dot FM is a social podcast app. Allowing you to tag, clap and share your favorite bits of tech podcasts. Also pulled being has updated it sap it. Now works on apple carplay by default. Our voice activated servants, Google assistant, Amazon, Alexa, and Siri are all female voices. Q wants to change that and they've developed what they call the world's first, gentleness voice. Have a listen high, and q the world's first gentlest voice assistant think of me like Siri or Alexa, but neither male nor female. I care is releasing cheap connected. Speakers powered by so NAS symphonic should be previewed early next month, two thirds of fashion. Brands have not yet discovered podcast advertising says in Europe port from the gallon Rupert Murdoch. Docs, News Corporation in Australia has launched newscast podcast unit. And the Bello collective says you probably won't make a lot of money as an independent podcast. But then give five reasons why you should do it anyway.

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Galaxy S10 phones on sale today: How to buy them, and if you should - CNET

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Galaxy S10 phones on sale today: How to buy them, and if you should - CNET

"The big speed button. All your Samsung galaxy phone doesn't get much use. You might prefer to make it. Open say another app. Samsung noted the remapping option when it's re least it's S ten lineup this week. But if you have a slightly older galaxy phone namely, the note nine or S nine note eight or s h you could actually customize the button to if your devices running Android pie. Samsung will be big speak.

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Donald, europe and gene gene jiang discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest

On Air with Ryan Seacrest

04:09 min | 4 years ago

Donald, europe and gene gene jiang discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest

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Donald, europe and gene gene jiang discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest

On Air with Ryan Seacrest

03:25 min | 4 years ago

Donald, europe and gene gene jiang discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest

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