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"colibri" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"The sixty nine dollars version gives you you know extra content they've got like Dr. Peter Peter a Ta in they're giving you tips on fasting and health stuff like that. You Take West. It's exactly. Yeah. Save you seventy bucks don't eat. If you're fasting. Don't eat. I don't know ex- extra stuff I I to pay for. So I didn't I didn't really do that much of a deep dive on. If you get the APP, it'll tell you where you can get for the extra seventy bucks but. The free version gets the job done. And I got a new APP called Colibri. Okay I. Don't know if you've ever heard of this when Brian, it's a music player. A big big in Asia. It is. Yeah. Oh. Well. It's big in my house now to. It was five bucks I went through a bunch of listings for standard music players for the MAC because. When I was doing some cleanup on my hard drives. I ended up moving my entire old itunes library to my SSD that I carry with me and do all my work for so I have my itunes music library with me everywhere I go now right and when I was going through, I was looking for something for a friend and I started scrolling through my music library and I got so damned nostalgic for everything that I've collected for twenty five years and I'm like I can listen to this forever and screw spotify. There's nothing on spotify that I ever want to listen to because I don't like the interface, I don't like how it's laid out and you know. Music, I generally don't fuck it if I need new music that go download it from somewhere like you I've paid my dues on music. But yeah, because I never use spotify for discovery anymore you know every now and again, I'll get at one song from fogarty in listen to the song and I mean like, okay great move on. But you know for stuff that I listened to when I'm working around the house. It's like I've got everything that I need honestly. It's two hundred gigabytes of music that I could start that to play in. Probably by the time I'm dead I might get halfway through it right And, I got to say it sounds amazing. It really. Nice music player that yeah, I mean obviously, it depends on the quality level that you have your ripta audio at this. Oh, it's a it's a nice looking player. For me I I. I'm too lazy to like I. Just feel like my itunes library crash and burn. So many times I know there are tons of gems on there but I know it's a total mess. The thought of cleaning it up again fills my heart with dread and. And I do listen to new music still. So for me, it's worth it to just continue on paying spotify but there are tons of things in my catalog that will never be in spotify because they're vaguely illegal bootlegs and things of that nature. Then at some point I'd like to hear I you know I've told you kind of my overall plan is Once I finally moved that seems like a good time to get like a whole new setup and put the library over there, and then maybe at that point I'll slowly start to try to clean it up have available. But the thing for me is I wanted available on my phone and then They asked, right? Yeah. But I mean, the phones are so big. Now you can sync it with your phone you can sink your whole music library or with your phone. That's easy enough to do now. Because the thing about my music library I always kept it up to snuff because I use the. Back when we had I tunes The keep you know folders organized feature. So whenever I dropped anything in, it would just put it in a folder for that that band in the album. Until crashes like scrambled everything. I've never had it scramble anything lost. I've lost my music collection a couple of times back in the old days and I had to sit there with the CDs and rear rip them over and over again. But I just thought this was nice. A nice little APP for five bucks. It's well worth it because it. Comes on all of the different things and whatever because he had an apple music is just A. Dumpster Fire Now oh yeah. It's a mess I will never ever use that program. Yeah. It is unusable unusable. Now, the the big purchase of the week Isotope Rx eight advanced has come out. Talked about is atop are ex advanced. From version five to now eight every time on this show in new one comes out because they do keep making it better and better and better. So if you're a podcast producer, do any kind of cleanup audio you have to have you know ex advanced in your toolkit. It's expensive if you bought it right now brand new and you've never bought it before it's it's it's a grand. On Sale It's usually thirteen hundred bucks but since I upgrade it was only to forty nine but there's some new stuff in here man that would just blow your mind. You can take really crappy phone recordings in it restructures them and just as the spectral repair on it to make it sound amazing and there's so many cool. New Features in this one suffer to forty nine is well worth the upgrade. Do they use a I to do that? They know they have a neural net machine learning they do say they do have machine learning for all right off. But it it works fucking great. Man That two, hundred, forty, nine dollars we'll save me probably twenty four thousand dollars over the course of a year, right? So a couple episodes back or I don't even remember anymore, you would go off on a bit of a rant about there not being any new technology to get excited about anymore and you know I definitely agree with you. But HBO has is claiming Something Different Jason. There commemorating the release of the show lovecraft country, which I still haven't watched it and. It a new unique way with a series of three VR events. It describes as first of its kind. First of its kind, Jason something new in Tech. Except it's. Done before. Craft Country Sanctum will transport guests into a world inspired by the show according to a statement from HBO. So yeah, they'll be they'll be immersed in theatre escape rooms afro futuristic relations puzzles in a live concert from a to be announced rap artists according to the statement which yes does not sound like anything new at all what who might be new about this is only a group of one hundred influencers will be invited to experience the event via the Oculus headset while fans.
"colibri" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"I don't have the names of these people over the years. I put over nine hundred courses here and to me at the time they were. I don't wanna say generic but the i i i i went to treat everybody with the same you no respect and dignity so i wasn't very concerned with the name so whether they were identified or not i was just wanting to put the cross there to celebrate the honor to celebrate the courage of someone who came here looking for what you're looking for for fifty years ago that opportunity. How did you learn the story said lease for migrants well again. This is a database that is public but the database is limited. You get the name and the age asia and the place of oregon and that it was a in this case <hes> multiple injuries head injuries and trust injuries due to a a car accident and that's all i know describe how you came up with the idea india and who was the first person that you honored. I was looking for a way to mark locations where the american dream ended for someone and i was trying to avoid the cross because they had enough baggage already and i want to think of of of migration as universal thing that it happens all over the world and then want to use the christian symbol because he would limit emmett division of people you know when people saw this causes immediately what comes to mind on so i went to needed needed to be bigger than that so i was struggling with what to what how to mark this locations and try different things at the work but then and i said it pay more attention to the cross tonight i learned that the cross was used as a lesson east ferment of dead during the roman times the the the romans built his structures to kill people. They had them out there in the sun that anywhere until he died they want to you made it as painful as possible so people will see that you don't the roman empire. You know that you know that this is this is the price and this is actually what is happening here. You know people are dying because they don't have any water shade out in the sun until they died died. You always make an image or talk about these kind of icon. You have in the middle. That's different for every cross yes i i went to the crisis two bs unique as possible but to have something that they bring them together and i used used a red dot that i found on the map so i'm bringing the red dot into the desert where the actual tragedy took place the red dot of a migrant yeah the red dot that you see on the map you see your now under crosses so the crews are container to bring the red dot here. Can you talk about the pregnant woman who is making her way along the border here. In the sonoran desert i learned about that case of awhile ago and it was a baby who who was born by the side of the road and died by the side of the road and the fact that baby baby was born at the side of the road that made him un-american automatically because he was born in this country but he didn't have the opportunity to he died there and the more. We don't know what happens you got deported somewhere and when i saw that case cheeses have to make a special cross for this this baby all do i do. I need to do something with it and and i find it had gathered enough courage to go. Dan put the cross for this baby. It affected me big time. How could a baby died here you know and <hes> so i <hes> so i came up came on put across there and then <hes> i told people that are had put across for baby you know and then little by little you you know people started bringing toys and started writing poems and became a big shrine and everybody that came here. We'll have to step there. I we'll have a picture taken with the closet. Beqaa became the iconic symbol of of the strategy here but one anything to you know this was the symbol represented this whole thing so i went back and build another one so that that was a second generation across now is full of toys again you know and now there are people who maintain the area they pull the weeds and you know <unk> saavedra you also find bones in the desert i find bone said and dead bodies because i i woke areas areas that are so remote where migrants die because you know that's the way it is here in this desert talk about working with the pima county medical examiner how you find the link between the bones or the dead body in the desert and the family that has somehow how <hes> made it known that their loved one is gone. Sometimes i work with colibri center for human rights. They worked together with the office of the medical examiner. You know they they see me on television or they say they read an article about me so i got a call email from a from a family that they want me to put across and a couple of years ago. There was a family from peru. The the woman a woman from peru will disappear here and no one knew what happened to her and then one day a skull was found the cranium was found new took a couple of years to identify the cranium and they were finding were able to make the connection so d._n._a. Connected d._n._a. Connection so the family her two daughters her husband came and i put a cross for them and it was was magical moment you know. I don't think i don't happen in my in in my project. It's always an immediate you know it's always and and that el.
"colibri" Discussed on Unchained
"At least not be the lowest hanging fruit, if you practice could operational security, we've done some research on this. That was sponsored by the foundation actually into into the privacy of crypto currencies. And Eric wall has a privacy technology fellow at H ref. Did to really good pieces on just how private is bitcoin. Yeah, I in, in, in both software and hardware point of view. And the answer is not too dissimilar from, like encrypted communications I mean really depends on how how how what how good is your operational security, you know, and even if you have perfect up racial security, you can still get compromised. Right. So that's why projects exe- cash Manera or very important. Not only are they for. Let's say technically savvy users, I think real options when it comes to needing to privately send money to each other. They are aspirated, meaning they inspire everyone else in the industry and community to make more privacy features. So I think those are two projects that are that are quite important. And then we have I think the technology of the day or at least this week, which is Facebook's project. Libra right. Which I will say, I think has probably a very large chance of having a really positive impact on humanity. A lot of the things. I find really amazing about bitcoin. It's ability to do these kind of like fast waterless payments right now. Well, we should be clear in as much as libra as peace money as a piece of technology is not discentralising. It's controlled by a bunch of alligators is not censorship, resistant, and ultimately, at least won't be at the beginning permission list. You're gonna according to the marketing materials I've seen you're going to have to prove your identity that open a Colibri wallet to people to, to own and control libra, at least at the beginning, they're promising. You know, a transition to some sort of permission list environment, which, of course, sounds exciting. But that's, that's something that's difficult to do once you have permission system. There are obstacles to that they will they'll do it over five years or something. Yes, we'll have to see. I mean, look, I don't you know, the question is do people trust Facebook on their promises? And I think that's a really fair question to ask that that's almost euphemistic statement. I think it's quite fair to distrust, Facebook and everything they say, but it's better that they say these things than not. And I think from what I've seen so far it's only been a matter of hours as we sit here. Let's say since the technical details of what, what LeBron is supposed to be has been announced, but from people I respect to are very technical and who look into things quite deeply and are very skeptical of most projects have actually said that this seems like this was very impressively thought out, and it seems like it could it could be positive. For the world..
"colibri" Discussed on Vector Podcast
"But what is LeBron more? Exactly. And why after the terrible scandalous privacy violating trust renting not good very bad year. If not decade, Facebook's ad, why would anyone in their right mind or Mark Zuckerberg think for a smoking hot minute. We trust them with our money tantalizingly or. Calling Lee, you be the judge Succo Burke thinks he has an answer to that hit subscribe, and poke that Belga. So YouTube will have to actually tell you about new videos when they go live. And then let's break it all down. I'm Renee Richie. And this is Victor, who is libra Facebook is the face of libra. No doubt about it. But for reasons get into in a bit is deliberately not making itself, all of libra, instead Facebook has put together the Lieber association a cadre of payment services, blockchain and venture capital companies to make things what Facebook calls fair, but probably also to mitigate against the negative sentiment. Facebook has engendered from end users and others in the industry over the last year, according to their website, Lieber dot org. That includes companies like MasterCard pay pal visa booking holdings, EBay, farfetched lift Spotify. Uber. Iliad Vodafone Anchorage co. Join base, and Driessen, Horowitz thrive capital, creative destruction kiva women's world, banking, and others by an isn't high. At least not at the mega Corp scale ten million gets you vote at the table and all any single member can ever get is one vote or one percent of votes, including Facebook or more specifically Facebook's new Colibri subsidiary Colibri is meant to, again, a switch fears that Facebook will have too much control over libra and or use it as just another way to Hoover up user data. Facebook claims Colibri and only Kalra will ever handle any and all dealings with Libya, and that Facebook won't be able to use Colibri data for at targeting and less users opt in and suck says this is an important part of our vision for a privacy focus social platform, where you can interact in all the ways you'd want privately from messaging to secure payments, but Facebook has a history of I.
"colibri" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
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"colibri" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
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"colibri" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Enjoy being productive never wants. This is by Aaron Griffith written just a few days ago. Never once at the start of my workweek, not in my morning coffee. Shop line not at my crowded subway commute. Not as I begin my bottomless inbox slog have I paused looked to the heavens in whispered hashtag. Thank god. It's monday. I have not either to be fair. Apparently that makes me a traitor to my generation I learned this during a series of recent visits to we work locations in New York. Do you know what that is? I do not. So I looked into we work. Apparently, it's one of those kind of you can rent a working space thing for your company. But you know, it's not like you don't have to have like these areas that you don't you don't fully rent the whole space. You just kinda rent part of it. Or if you need like an office for the day, you can do that. Or if you need know meeting space, you can use the meeting space at the time, you need the meeting space, but at other times, others might be using the meeting space. I think that's what they're doing over this this we work. Okay. So it's like a company that rents out to other companies where the throw pillows implore busy tenants to quote, do what you love neon signs demand. They quote hustle harder. And murals spread the gospel of T G M, even the cucumbers in we works, water coolers, have an agenda. Don't stop. When you're tired. There's actually a like a sticker on the water dispenser. Someone recently carved into the floating vegetables flesh, stop when you're done. So don't stop when you're tired stop. When you're done Colibri with us sentiments aid drinking while you are the problem according to..
"colibri" Discussed on KTOK
"Ammo magazine, holsters light sights. Lasers. It just goes on and on and on. And actually, we have a lot of that news today for you. Because people are already people being companies are already introducing products in announcing products, and we'll have a lot of that news. As we go through the show today. Also today, it's a perfect time. For us to talk about the war on guns, the world gun culture, the war on gun owners because a whole bunch of bills just been introduced in congress, and they are somewhere between horrible and unimaginable. And they are designed. You have a big target on your back. You being a gun owner the guns that you kind of take for granted that nobody cares about. And then the ones that you know, they care about point they have more ban those and the magazines. So regular rifles. They want to ban modern. Well modern within the last fifty years anyway. You're basically rifles advanced design introduced in the last fifty years. Yeah. We've got a ban those two and got to be in the magazines and we've got to be in. Let's see pistols that are two Schuerch sounds weird and arm braces for a ours picked for the pistols armed braces that were designed primarily originally for disabled veterans. So they could shoot. Yeah. I got ban those two pretty much anything on there. And they throw it all in there. They get some of it. But that's what's going on. We'll be talking a bit about that as well. For the first half hour, though, we're looking for your comments your questions, your range reports. I had an idea. It's weird. I was thinking this morning about the first that I own not first one shot for the one. I know that I actually went out and bought. It was a Ruger single six convertible, the the twenty two nd fire tweeting magnum you swap out the cylinder single action revolver. Very cool. You still out there? Still very cool revolver. Kinda thinking about that think about a conversation that had a couple of days ago about. Introducing new shooters with handguns with suppressors to make them quieter. Of course. And then I thought, you know, there's something else going on here at least another option because I was thinking about how cool that single lex revolver is and what a fun gun it is for teaching people to shoot. There's no concern about somebody pulled the trigger twice not thinking about it, basically shoot at that. You have to cock it and it again. But what about the noise? That's where technology comes in. Because. No, please stop. I'm not talking about putting the suppressor on a single action revolver that would just be okay. Just would be all right. But there's another way to go here and over the last few months, we've been able to tinker around with this very interesting ammo that Agla is making its twenty two empire. Oh, they have the Colibri and the super Colibri. These things are really quiet out of a rifle a fixed breech bolt action type rifle say a Ruger precision rim fire. It's stunningly. It's actually quieter than a suppressed supersonic twenty to fire you because. The Cleber you just use a powder if you all the propellant. That's in the primer. Obviously, I know it's fire, but not exactly a primer. But you know, what I'm talking about the priming compound. The super Colibri puts a little bit of powder in there to get your little bit more velocity. It will not run a semi auto firearm is not enough energy there. But you gotta to be getting five six hundred feet per second. Something like that. And it's out of a rifle. That's about all. Yes. And then you hear the boat hit the target of cardboard or steal whatever you're shooting at Anders thinking trying to put all this together about our ongoing quest bring new people into shooting introduce people. I'm thinking that maybe this really quiet subsonic twenty two ammo in a single action. Revolver would be a really cool combo. I've just kind of occurred to me this morning for some reason to walk. There was like two degrees here. It's my brain froze is a weird idea. I don't know. What do you think? In terms of introducing people to shooting. What do you use? What low? Do you shotgun rifle or handgun when you say? Okay. Come on out to the range. I want to show you this. I wanna teach you that. And you want to them to have a good experience. What do you do? What's the the go-to for you cartridge shot shell rifle pistol would ever love to know that also look if he arranged reports if you have some questions or comments or you've seen something in the media that you like to take issue with by all means give me a call eight six six talk.
"colibri" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"On fifteen ninety WC GO. Louisiana territory. This John slung? No and his microphone. Savage land. Tom gresham's? Russian here. Eight six six talking gun talking here in just a few minutes. Later this hour. We're talking about something that started last week. I just got. Tired? Decided to do something about something. And you're part of that. We'll be talking about that. There's something we can do. We'll save some lives. We'll bring that to you in about fifteen twenty minutes. We have our caller's been on hold. And I appreciate your patience bomb a line three out of Florida. Hey, Tom, you're on Guntalk for man. Mr. Gresham, I have. I haven't raised report about the heritage twenty two with that cleave remote like about couple of weeks ago. Before I before I sing the praises of nice little hundred thirty dollars twenty two if you're gonna shoot at your backyard, the subdivision, even though it's not very loud. You might wanna take your air rifle and have it by just in case, it nosy neighbor or a uniformed officer shows up because my cammo air rifle makes more noise than that twenty two. This is the for those who don't know we're talking about the Ebola Colibri. It is a subsonic super quiet twenty two caliber round, you can shoot and your regulatory through rifles. All right. So tell me about the rifle tell you about your experience with this. I had well Gama's great. It only it you cannot use it in a semi because it has no energy to walk to work spring. Right. I followed your instructions, and I went out my found the heritage and got my wife to buy me a heritage for my birthday hundred thirty dollars best hundred thirty dollars skinny body can spend this. Get this. And the little single action twenty two cowboy put at your gun safe. Anyone who's never shot that you want to take to the range. Get a boxer Colibri that little hundred and thirty dollar heritage with a four inch barrel, and a friend of mine has a wife doesn't like guns. Now, she is hot while he went out and bought that little orange barrel. Heritage and brick let Colibri and she's just is turned into loving shooting. When you try to describe to someone to sound people say, it's quiet. Everybody's shot. Like twenty two short acquire the twenty. It's. Mike had as a kid..
"colibri" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The bodies along the border it's called the center for human rights I think the best way to think about. Our work is if you think of a mass disaster where many people. Have lost their lives and families are searching for. The missing we are kind of like a family response center for the Catastrophe that's unfolded along the us Mexico border where thousands have lost their lives. Thousands are missing just in Arizona there's. A thousand unidentified so we're really here to help support the families and kind of act as a connection between the families and the forensic scientists to try and identify the dead, you actually do something that is extraordinarily and frankly horrifyingly visual And my producer Charlie showed me this map online which is a database that collects all of the. Bodies that have been found along? The border in. Arizona and what the database shows is red points every place where a body has been located and. Then it's, separated by, years so you can see how many years you know how many bodies were lost in a year and you can see where the. Bodies are and these massive clusters of red dots why did you do. This database my mentor Dr Bruce Anderson forensic anthropologists here has, often used a metaphor that I think is useful to think about he says you know an average of one hundred. And seventy five deaths every year, in southern Arizona is. Like a medium size plane crash every year only there's no are very little social solidarity for that massive loss of life and I think he would agree with. Me that you know working over the past decade, and his Case twenty years, it feels strangely lonely and silent it feels like working in a disaster zone where nobody else is showing up or nobody realizes that this is what's happening so I think part of the point, of creating those maps and visualizing. The loss of life is just to try to try to communicate a little bit of maybe what it feels like to live and work in southern Arizona so I looked at. Some video that my producer had? Taken at the. Medical examiner's office and you have these lockers a little bit larger than a foot around and then. You open, them up, and you take out these hangers on which there are like plastic sleeves and then inside the sleeve you have the belongings of the. Unidentified bodies so we know from speaking with the families that those items. Matter and they matter especially in this context sadly where the, dead have been kind of destroyed by The desert their. Skeletal remains they're just horrible to look at decomposed human remains so to have something to look at that you recognize or remember the you can attach to emotionally in this context is so important the other reason that those items. Are so important to us at Cooley Bree of course they can help us to find, the family because sometimes it's the photo of a man's little girl and, his pocket that once we send it out to the families that's what helps us find out who who. He was a man with, a keychain with a photo of his dog. There was a man with a stuffed Barney doll and his backpack there was someone, with a letter from, his, wife wishing him good travels and really saying goodbye And there was, a man in two thousand and nine actually with a small hummingbird in his pocket and that's how we came to. Name Colibri center for human rights Cawley re-translates of course to hummingbird. And we named the center in memory of Batman, and thousands of others that have come across Now we collect DNA from the relatives of the missing and we are increasingly identifying..
"colibri" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Colibri when awoken slash on daily for june twentyseventh two thousand eighteen this is slash home editor in chief peter saretta today i'm going to sit down with drastic world fallen kingdoms co writer and producer colin trevorrow to talk about that film we're gonna go full spoiler mode so if you have not seen the latest drastic world movie e might wanna turn this off and save this until after you have seen that you know i recorded this couple of weeks ago the day after the film premiered in los angeles and i sat down with colin in an empty lobby of a hotel in downtown los angeles i intended to do a traditional interview but as you'll hear in my first question call in suggested that we do a spoiler cast which basically means going through a spoilers film so i kind of throughout most of my questions and it just went into this wailers but it turned out pretty well he talks about what he he what the intentions were with the ending of dress a coral 'cause i a coming out of that movie i did think there was a disparity between what goldblum says what malcolm says in that the final scene and what we're seeing on screen and i think trevorrow explains that a pretty well it also he gives a lot of hints of what we can expect from drastic world three in talks about that big twist here is my interview with jurassic world co writer in producer colin trevorrow start at the beginning okay when did he idea behind this film from about but we had a got a beginning a middle and then and we knew the end of the middle the end of this movie which i don't know if this is spoiler caster not do we talk that out of wherever you think what are you okay you know we do that we wanted to structurally to bring this into like a tight constricted claustrophobic funnel of of the vice and then let it all explode and open really wide and we also knew that we wanted to take the idea of of not just a cloned dinosaur but the the emotional needs stubbed go into realizing that you are of another time and place in her and are displaced and struggling with that identity and all those who get to think about the future and you know just the the the idea that these dinosaurs are animals that they have rights and that there's a question as to whether the zurve live with the responsibility to them all those ideas we felt were were the right place to to go in the middle it's interesting because for this franchise we didn't start carrying the dinosaurs until your phones i think the first one and this a lot rate traditionally they've been just monsters right now we're kind of the monsters i mean like i half agree i feel like as fans we cared about them yeah and you know i think i just took that love and just transferred it into the story 'cause i you know we love the t rex and we love those raptors even though we we know they'll bite your head off and it felt like some natural progression to apply that family of to to the character into the world i also think that no franchise can continue or garner anyone's interest in less to character base franchise unless you actually care about what's going to happen to those people for one movie the next drastic at never really had that it wasn't the way that it was built you would you would take one lead from previous film and put them in the next film and get them into a bad situation and they would run away and i knew that there's no way that we could do three movies that again the audience would abandon us and so we we turn it into a character franchise with humans and dinosaurs so when you initially went in to pitch the franken stephen for the first one did you have this whole idea for the trilogy arc or when did that come no that i made no presumptions that yeah i was focused on just how we would reintroduce it to a new generation we would rebuild something without replicating it completely and that was the focus there once we made the film and we got to start asking a question of whether anyone would ever want to see another which i would never assume yeah you know we we.
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"colibri" Discussed on Guys We F****d
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"colibri" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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