14 Burst results for "Control Control Center"

"control control center" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

06:09 min | 2 months ago

"control control center" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"Don't think I am not an apple guy. Yeah I WANNA. Try the PBR, coffee. There's PBR coffee. Have you not had? Have you not heard the? No, not at all. Wait alcohol or coffee, beer Alcohol. Okay so I have heard of think of her. No I haven't heard of coffee bearing. The beard, like Bert with like coffee, beans and stuff in it. I haven't tried it yet. People say it tastes like chocolate milk. Read it. But I could also say that will probably get you up. Real quick think so well. It's conflicting like it's you've got something. It's GonNa. Make you drowsy and someone's GonNa. Make you hyped up. It will. Maybe it'll even out guess so. Oh Yeah, because I I for second. Your Milk Stout, which is which is thing, but does not milk in it, but this is actual. Yard. It's called PBR hard coffee. Go figure, man. Yeah, no I've never heard of that and the strange partisan. It's PBR that's doing. Yeah I want to I actually went to go. Buy would not have. Guessed that there is also working on whiskey. Okay, who they probably just like Kopech in that out to somebody else like having somebody else make it or something. I mean that's I'm just assuming I don't know maybe the Bruin or maybe there's distilling themselves you never know. but the only thing about Kansas right now other than the fact that apparently now the eighteen cars got a flat tire problem with twelve car. He went in the wall. Everybody's having issues now. but they're the keep making a big deal about this kind of command center that are CR has. Screens and they've got telemetry and they've got dudes with computers and type in and stuff very evident one very very formula. That's exactly where I was going with. It is that they started doing that in Formula One where like during the race back in Milton Keynes England? They have like these crazy control centers in these data technicians, and they're pouring over the data and making calls for the car during the race. In shirts very high tech. And, it's interesting to see something like that Nascar but I think that is like A. Huge Red Flag as well if and there's only if. NASCAR DOES INDEED WANNA have like a salary cap like a like a spending limit on teams, because that is the perfect example of how you can say okay, you're only allowed to spend this much on the car in this much on the driver in team. Stay under that that spending cap, but if it doesn't specifically say that you can't have a of the art, you know control. Control Center then that means that the Hendrick of the world and the you know in the Stewart. Haas and the Joe Gibbs racing. They're going to have control centers like this where poor, old Levine family racing and keep the Goddamn doors open. How the HELL THEY GONNA! Have some it can can compete with that, and you get a big gap between the haves and the have nots. You know I it does open a Pandora's box. Things to do. I I think it's overkill, but I'm not shocked. At a WHO's doing it? Because, let's be honest, Richard childress right now aside from Tyler Radic. They need to get the boys going. you know it's one of those deals where it's just like. Yeah, no, we gotta gotTa make sure that the dill boys taking care of. It, I mean at the at the same time. It's it's just a step in another direction. In terms of innovation I mean I'm sure every team can do it But it's a I guess the scope that's. You don't need the like. There's six guys in there with all with three screens a piece I don't think you know a go fast. Racing is going to have forty eight screens exactly right, and they're not going to be in that that will could theoretically as everybody's just keeps running the dam wall right now if You know that theoretically could give the big teams an advantage over the smaller teams, and you know if you're truly trying to get away from if you're trying to control costs and make it easier for some of these smaller teams compete. That works against it and I'm not saying they should or shouldn't do it i. think it's cool. But it definitely you know then kind of opens the door. To where do we draw the line you know the answer to that is somewhere, but they have to pick a place it's. Before he gets out of control, they got to pick a place to say. This is where line is just. Don't go over that line and have fun. You know. You just gotTa. Make sure here. Here's your limit play within it. Yeah, I generally liked the idea. Because less people at the track. You know less danger for the you know. Crew members and things like that and and it's Kinda cool. You know think about the fact that you know somewhere. There's somebody like strategizing so day. Get, but yeah. They just have to kind of realize that that's happening. Because let's be honest. If are CR is doing it then gibbs? Hendrickson Stewart, Haas, and all of the big teams are doing it, but we know that you know the small teams are definitely not doing that. Right, Yeah of course, why would they because they? They're barely trying to make payroll it right exactly so that is consideration I think Nascar needs to start thinking about now before because it's the type of thing where it was probably born out of necessity, because those people can't be at the track, but once we're to a point where they could be at the track that operation centers still. GonNa. Keep on chugging along I. I mean you know they're not coming back from that now? UNLESS NASCAR MAKES THEM AND and I'm not saying that NASCAR should make them I'm just saying they should draw a lot, and then that's what you're allowed to do, and that's what you're not allowed to do. in terms of you know remotely engineering the race so to speak. In fact, they had to do that in a in Formula One. Because what was happening is an I don I haven't watched formula for a couple of years of about this? Sorry, but at least a couple years back that whole like command center. Make calls to the driver. And they would say all right. Here's we. It is when. You need to back off a little bit now..

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"control control center" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

AppleInsider Podcast

05:28 min | 3 months ago

"control control center" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

"I don't know we'll see if it has the same kind of power over the the Os that started key commands I imagine so but I don't know. I have to admit as much as us. Over the years I can never remember which what I always have to cup, which one? I need for the case. Oh, this will save me doing that. And there were definitely a lot of them. I mean you had Internet? Recovery is. A key command to kind of wipe the disk and reinstalled. Africa what that was You don't WanNa do that by accident. Yeah so it'd be curious with this change and finally when it comes to the apple silicon Max, there was a question of `bout running windows on the Max. Yeah, and I. Believe Apple has said that the boot camp style installing the OS natively. is not going to be an option anymore, and it will allow for virtualization obviously, but no more bootcamp that certain yeah, in notching the took show John Grape swing creek battery explicitly said that that will be nice betting into an alternate means ultimate. Uprising system, but then he hinted that you wouldn't care. Because virtualization is so quick and powerful and. If, you want windows I. Think you're GonNa care whether or not it supports it is not. It's great. Verge losing something else so the suggestion. The heavy suggestion was worry about it. Remember the last I. I have windows on the MAC and if frankly it just looks so role. He doesn't eat it for one job and that was it. You know there's actually have one piece of software than I need windows for for a long time. I Did boot camp because I felt like Oh. Yeah, it's native. That's what I want to restart your computer and then to just have windows. Honestly it's a pain, and so in recent years I've used parallels, and when after US one APP. I just start up. Windows do the one thing I need to do, and then just close it and so I'm. I'm probably not going to miss it as much as those who are might be Gamers, you know if you did video games, and and you really wanted that native winds experience it's GonNa. Be Unfortunate for you for sure I duNno virtualization. Is that good? We'll give you the same kind of performance so some other minor changes in home, pot, air, pods and TV Os. We did see that the homepage will support third party music services to be. Be able to play spotify from your home pod directly, and there's also some updates to the air pod. Obviously spatial awareness is coming to the air pods pro, but there was also a firmware update for the air pods and I. Just wanted to kind of state a beef with the airport specifically I really want a way to manually push update to the air pods. I'm one of those guys while I might not be crazy about running Betas everywhere i. I like to be on the latest os or firmware, and there's no way to do it. I've plugged my air pods into power. Let him charge connected stared at it for a long time, tried to use the force that did not work. I don't know what kind of magic you need to get the airports to update the firmware, but you can't do it manually and so I. Wish I wish there was a way to do it I like. To do things I like it just working and all that. But in this case. Wasn't their case where there was one. Pulled up dates that was actually problematic. I'm making up something. You wouldn't have wanted it to automatically. So, yeah, in that case, it would be nice to choose. Agree with you there. Also on the TV Os we talked about the home kit. Secure video of will actually be on the TV, so someone rings, your doorbell and facial recognition happens facial recognition, or not be able to see that video on your TV. Someone rang your home kit, secure video doorbell, and also the picture in picture on TV, which mentioned, but one of the Nice things is the actually in the control. Control Center for the TV which I'm not sure how exactly you get there sometimes i. think it's a menu button or home bust. Bun Press, but actually be a home I con in that. Control Center where you can view your cameras on your TV manually now. You don't have to just wait for someone to ring the doorbell or get a notification. You can't just check out the cameras there on the TV, which is great because there's no way to do that now. If, somebody comes to my house and rings, the Doorbell in the middle of Star Trek. Picard bays going to be trouble. Dramatic moment and Also. Yeah, I'm curious I. Wonder if it will pause what you're watching or if it's just GonNa, keep rolling on through so yeah, we'll have to see when that made available and also with the last thing TV. Multi user support is going to get an upgrade, and it'll be able to have saved state games, and you know if you have I've kids that again play that sneaky SASQUATCH game and I. And this will hopefully give them the option to each have their own save state and multiple profiles, and all that so looking forward to that feature in the TV. So tell me William is something that you were really wanting a WDC this year that you didn't get or maybe something that you really wanted to. And you did get something I guess what that something I need. Something enormous actually I. Don't think it could be a small thing but I did want and I haven't got it and it's this I would like shortcuts to be able to control the water lock time. Can Get Yoga's change, departments and things. But. Usually my I found is set to search of after thirty second year battery saving stuff, but then when I'm filming something..

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"control control center" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

04:28 min | 6 months ago

"control control center" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Of you, adding a poison control center might even bring in more patients as the center referred emergencies to the hospital's own Er as poison control centers started marketing their services directly to the public, they also became a positive source of PR for the hospitals where they were operating as more. More and more people became aware of the dangers of poisoning and the existence of poison control centers more and more hospitals open to them in part motivated by the idea of good publicity in practice. Though this did not always work out, there were some centers that didn't get a lot of calls, either they weren't well publicized, or they were in a city that had multiple other poison control. Control. Centers or they were in a location with a small population, but many poison control centers found that they had to have a dedicated twenty four hour staff just for the calls about poisonings. There were just too many calls to add it into the existing emergency departments work. This is how it goes for so many projects that someone says you can just add the center I remember. This also meant that there was no real pattern to wear these poison. Control centers were being established. Some cities had more than a hundred centers scattered across all their hospitals and pharmacies and other medical practices. Others had not enough to really serve their whole community, or they had no poison control center at all, even though the nineteen fifties had seen the establishment of the national clearinghouse for poison control centers and the publication of the clinical toxicology of commercial products. They're also wasn't a lot of standardization. Among all these centers, the quality of care could be vastly different depending on which center you. you called in who answered the phone in places where there were multiple centers operating within the same city, though centers were often competing with each other each with their own phone, number logos, warning stickers and educational materials, which could often cause confusion, also, while one of the reasons that hospitals had started establishing poison control centers was to try to bring a new patients to the ER when people call the poison control, Center for advice and we're told.

"control control center" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

12:19 min | 9 months ago

"control control center" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Well I was thinking we would be able to move on from the Iraq situation but apparently not welcome it. Eric Erickson here across the state of Georgia. The president into the United States will be speaking to the nation here shortly. I will try to bring that to you. Live here on the Ericsson show. We'll also be taking your phone calls. Eight seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five Let us I I dive deep right now into what happened. Let me give you the play by play of what happened. I The United States obviously last week killed Iran's top man General Qassim Sulejmani I should say top man number. Two man is essential. You know there have been hard ways to describe him. Some of said in fact owner the examples I used his would be like taking out the American Vice President of theirs said the Secretary of Defense His job technically was like that of secretary if defense in Iraq but he was actually a much more monumental figure interacting that the ayatollah prior to his death had called Sulejmani a living martyr. He was a national hero to those who supported the regime more importantly though he was essentially the adopted son of the ayatollah making him the the second second most powerful person in Iraq in fact so powerful he could threaten the Iranian president in get his way and he was taken out five days ago along with a four or five five other generals and military leaders related to Iran so five days later the Iranians decide to strike back they launched fifteen fifteen missiles at the United States positions in Iraq in Erbil and in Alice airbase now. You need to understand. Ala Asad. Airbase Alison Airbase is not your standard airbase If you're in the Atlanta area you are undoubtedly familiar with Dobbins Air Force Base. If you're in middle Georgia a you. In fact I know there are people listening At robins Air Force Base right now on WAC and making a if you're thinking of Robins Air Force Base or even Fort Stewart or eighty of the other military military installations in Georgia. You are. You're not going to really have a good sense of the size of Al Alison airbase it is John. Norma's it is a city Perhaps the closest we can get is Oh what is it over in Columbus Wh What's the the military forbidding forbidding Fort Benning is a massive complex in Columbus it is sprawling it covers offers Thousands and thousands of acres a buddy of mine actually does maintenance on their gym equipment over there. They have multiple gyms. He says it takes him forty five minutes to get through to the back end of forbidding to be able to get to one of the gyms there from the eighties gotta get into it so big and even Fort Benning there in A in Columbus is not quite accurate because Al Asad airbase is so much bigger even than that. It is a city essentially a fortified city in which there is an an airbase. There are army barracks. It it's massive and and in the Iranians decided to fire into those locations. The Iranians decided to Go after a American positions in Erbil in Al Asad airbase and we now know that no Americans were killed. There are conflicting reports. They do understand this. There are reports that some Iraqis were killed but there are conflicting reports because later reports. Say we're having a hard time determining if any Iraqis were actually killed in the attack Right now it appears that there is nothing there is there's there's You know impact other than structural damage. Here's the other thing there were fifteen missiles fired from Iran. Four of them broke up in flight. A fifth landed in Erbil without exploding. Now there are two ways you can look at this one a buddy of mine. posits that if this was just going to be symbolic than they were not going to use their their cutting bleeding edge missile technology. And that's a fair statement that that is fair fair And it does appear now in fact there is increasing Belief within the White House and the Pentagon this morning did what Iran did was totally only symbolic. They knew it was going to be symbolic and they intentionally decided to avoid actually hitting American forces in positions because they did not want to escalate this. I think about that. Iran wanted a show of force. They wanted to display but they did not actually want to kill Americans they they just wanted it for show and then they wanted to sabre out. Let me play some audio from overnight here I. CNN significant messaging that the Iranians are also sending. And what we've been seeing here over the past couple of the days. In the aftermath of the killing of costumes full monty has been big outpouring of grief but also called for revenge now is actually one of the main funeral processions shins for money just yesterday and there were people holding placards Chris that had two words written on them hard and revenge and guess what the the operation is called according to the Revolutionary Guard tonight launching those ballistic missiles. They call it operation hard revenge. They are saying the warning the US against striking back. They say that will lead to more retaliation. They're warning other nations here in the vicinity. That house us-based is not to let America use their bases is to launch attacks against Iran otherwise those countries will become targets as well so certainly a very tense situation. It does seem as this is something that we've heard from officials is something very important. The Iranians don't want this to escalate any further is what they've been telling me through various channels. This is something that the Americans Americans have been pointing out that the Iranians do not want an escalation. Listen they can't afford an escalation of the situation. The Iranians cannot afford gortat largely because They don't have the military capacity to confront US directly. They've gotTA DO ASYMMETRIC ASYMMETRIC warfare. It appears they targeted UH symbolically. It appears they wanted a show of force. But there's more to it the couple of other audio sound bite. You need in order for me to set the stage for you here. Here's Fox News. Things in Baghdad. Quite calm most of the missiles according to reports reports landed at an Iraqi military base in western Iraq that houses. US troops some missiles. Also targeting a base in Erbil where there are American forces stationed. What is different about tonight than previous rocket attacks that we've seen towards places like the Green Zone in Baghdad earlier this week? Is that tonight. These were missiles fired from Iranian money and territory into Iraq. According to state television the ayatollah himself was actually the one ordering the strikes and moving forward the big question. Now how is how does the administration respond according to the White House. We are hearing that. He's meeting with his national security team. There are still damage assessments underway at the Assad airbase airbase in western Iraq to see whether or not there are any American casualties reports indicate that there are Iraqi casualties and remember the Iraqis with the Americans have been fighting the Islamic state. There's more than five thousand American troops here just a little bit on how we got to where we are at today. We saw just last month the death of an American American contractor in for US servicemembers who were injured at at an Iraqi base. That houses American troops here in Iraq in response president trump struck the group Hezbollah is below. which is an Iranian backed Iraqi Shia militia inside the borders of Iraq? Then in response we saw the militia just off to my left in Baghdad's Green Zone ordering the storming storming of the US embassy and then early. Friday president trump ordering that drone strike to take out Qassem Soleimani Iran's top military leader outside of Baghdad International. Airport everyone has been speculating about what the Iranians will do. They have called for the blood of Americans. We heard that confirmation today from running President Rihanna and the Ayatollah Khomeini moving forward. We're we are not sure whether or not this attack is over or whether it has just begun you well now we know that was it now. How other media covered it you you need to hear? MSNBC AND WHAT MSNBC NBC decided to NBC. By the way ran the Sulejmani funeral alive. So that people could watch it and you know and I know there were Americans on the left because Orangemen bad decided that they would watch and more with the Iranian Romanian Sulejmani. You you you know. There are progressives. Who Do this? who he they blame? America first is. It's all our fault. Orangemen bad add therefore this guy must be good. They see the world in black and white terms while thinking that only conservative world of black and white terms and they were upset and sad and mournful of the loss of the Iranian general. I mean Hell we saw this coming out on social media. So here's what MSNBC did and then we'll dive of into the symbolism here so you understand it imas. ABC Ran Iranian news service propaganda on the death toll last night have been launched from Iran was saying that I talk about the supreme leader of this country was in the control center. Coordinating Gordon they think of these folks. this is this. I'm not sure about that. Iran state media is claiming that thirty. US soldiers have have been killed in this attack and this is not confirmed. This is just coming from Iranian media. But we have just stepped over the precipice Chris. We have entered a very unpredictable time. We have to see what the response is going to be from the United States but this is undoubtedly the most serious moment between Iran and America Arca in the last forty years. Now that was Allio Rouzi who is the NBC correspondent on. Let me read you. Some of his tweets from last night. Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps reporting that a second wave of missiles has been launched Iranian Republican Guard Course saying Italy Khameini is in Control Control Center coordinating attacks. Iranian Air Force has been deployed. Iran is warning that if there's retaliation for the two waves of attacks they launched Third Wave Will Destroy Dubai. Haifa Haifa's in Israel Dubai's where I grew up in the United Arab Emirates. This was Iranian propaganda. Turns out no Americans Americans were killed and yet. MSNBC decided to run the Iranian propaganda That dozens of Americans were killed in the attack. Now where do we go with all of this. Well let me explain to you. I have mentioned this before. It bears repeating that symbolism is very important in Middle Eastern culture it is important in every culture but at a different level in the Middle East Iran needed to launch missiles from Iran because the United States took credit immediately for killing General Sulayman. Listen had the United States not taking immediate credit then Iran would not have felt the need to launch ballistic missiles from Iran. They would've allowed Hezbollah or one of the Iranian militias to respond to the Americans while pretending..

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"control control center" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

12:18 min | 1 year ago

"control control center" Discussed on Back To Work

"I think the APP is very very frustrating. let me ask you this do you do you use the youtube. APP ON IOS devices. I despise the APP yeah I I. I do too to back and reinstalling it because I I know that's not the thing Dan. I really watch a lot of YouTube. It is kind of my go-to nighttime. Thing is to watch music. See Music videos to watch videos about music on Youtube is something I do a lot of like that drummer guy that you showed me that awesome Dude Pretty Bernardi. Yeah purdy hired the best. He's awesome pretty shuffle stuff like that. I mean I I really I really enjoy stuff like that going to my history and you're going to see a lot of lock picking videos pocket and ideas about how music it's made. I mean you know I'll just sit down and watch exit stage age left. That's just the thing I'll do. Maybe Watch two nights in a row but just to clarify do use the youtube dot com service a lot and I you know oh I know this garbage fire. I don't run into that because I'm real picky about all kinds of stuff about how use these APPs including that. I'll download stuff. I'll remove stuff and also I just. I don't watch a lot of political stuff on their their stuff blamed. Put this way their stuff. I will link. I will not open on youtube out of fear will pollute my lifespan recommendation game. I'm like no Nazi videos are allowed here even ironic Nazi videos. If there is such a thing will not be allowed. Vic Burger is the most extreme thing I watch but yes. I keep going back and forth because I would love okay. Let's be honest. I've been watching a lot of parliament the last week parliament TV. I've been watching so much apartments when do you care about the UK at all but I there are i. I love that ability to have like whatever it's called until like basically like if I'm listening to a concert if I'm listening to Liz owes tiny desk. Ask Concert and you WANNA switch to different APP for as I will put in notes because everybody should stop what they're doing right now. Go Watch that or whatever like I'll have. I would like to be able to walk around and do the dishes while listening to that but there's tricks to get away with this but if you go to something that's not safari running youtube you too. It shuts off now. The trick is if the weather is right. You can go to the control center in hit play. Since it's already is such a garbage firewood decides to play control center and sometimes that will then let it stream with the screen off right. I have to back on so that I I can just do this like a person and each time I forget what it is. I hate about the youtube. I put it on and then I instantly remember what I hate about the youtube out today today. I'm watching the keynote. I'll put it on so in order to get that picture in picture or playing wall while you're not while the youtube APP is not in the foreground. You don't just need the APP. You also need you to premium. I just want to mention that. Okay Yeah Yeah Yeah. I've got that I can't imagine not having that. Oh my God. I don't even know what I don't see. I'm so privileged Dan. I can't imagine watching the amount of youtube I watch and only goodness so you get like free role as stuff like that yeah all that crap but it won't. It won't let you get that one. That's sort of their golden feature. The way that I've found you can kind of get around that is to use a browser. That's not safari so you can use chrome Rome. I think chrome works that cool with rave throw. US brave and there's also fire Fox so you try using one of those switch from the mobile to the desktop version start your video switch away from the APP. Yep Then Control Control Center and Hitler Catholic saying Yeah Yeah the fifty fifty Dan. I'm reporting live from the show so I have to reinstall the Youtube APP. Today and I can be ornery about it when we visit next week. USO must needs return gives us more reports on operation football and how that's going on here. Can you run up against stuff like we get weird blackouts. Will you get you know what I mean yeah that's what drove me crazy with like even paying for the NBA or Mlb App s. like you just give us. I don't understand how they come up with. These blackout rules. It just seems so strange to me but I think very importantly before return to the show floor. I want to get a water and wash my hands dance and then I'll return to the show floor is third thing hair is thicker is it's a it's a company that that is most beloved startup or the brand new company brand new company. What is what is the company in the offering. It's called squarespace. Were School. Okay what do they do. They help you turn your cool. Idea into a new website was talking about squarespace great stuff. Why can't Oh you do with squarespace. You can pretty much you cannot do nothing. It's all doing doing things. All the people aren't a lot of your websites powered by squarespace. Yes yes. I have occasion to use. I use squarespace yesterday to post the latest episode of Roderick on the line and while I was there I mean no. This is a real world example apple. The violence has to do is give me some special accommodation but I have no problem at all hosting the audio there but the really important part audio those files can go anywhere what I don't want to do is spend and a lot of time thinking about type stuff and they make it so easy to go in upload the show art I so I I like to write stuff in mark down here in whatever the latest flavor of Ault is and and sometimes we'll do hit the preview go to mark copy out the html pace that into their but then like whilst I was posting that yesterday I also remembered that in order not to screw up feed burner. I try to keep you gotTA. Really Watch feed burner. I don't think it's so maintained detained anymore. No Shane eliminate but I try to minimize the number of things in the Roderick on the line feed to keep it from barking and so I will every ten enter twenty episodes. I'll go in and manually increase the number of items in the feet and I did that yesterday. I did it right on the webpage. I clicked from the content thing to the page thing and then it clicked on this side rail thing that got all the beautiful stuff that goes into my xml file and all I did was change the number to like three sixty or whatever and done tons. Oh that easy squarespace boom all the great sites you gotta get squared Dame wanted people might have squarespace. Are they just not hearing us. Is it banner blindness. What's happening Benner on sightedness I. I don't know why I don't know why they don't have it if they don't have it. Just have it as having your own. They're they're encouraging people to where what are they go for. This squarespace dot com slash. It's it's your show and if you go to space dot com. It's all one word okay all awards. Chris Tacoma and you'll get a just keep banging on the keyboard aboard you gotTa website get worse base. If you're saying this get it. If you take a hundred chimpanzees okay and have them all typing twenty-four priority stouffer will say it's. It's you know I think you can get it with one of those favor services. We'll do this for you. They'll get the chimpanzees you can see. The only gets a GIG economy. They'll just bring a hundred chimps if you. I don't want him in the house diaper dam where they'd be diapers. I think I need to maintain. This is the kind of thing I don't WanNa know as you know at a higher level visiting square space that you get one hundred monkeys and they make squarespace saying. You don't think that today one monkey you don't want anyone. You're the monkey. When Tim Cook gets on stage today. He's not gonNA look out and say you know yeah. I the lighting up there. I'm really glad they went with the wattage bulbs that they went with. He's not thinking about that. He's gripped. You've got grip glove. He's at a higher level. I don't need the reasons of human love where the chimpanzees came from chimp. No not my circus not my Chambord uh-huh diapers. He doesn't need to diaper the chimp. Yes while you get squarespace. Still Diaper your chip deb your chimp and the chimp that you don't need my I bought my point about the chimps was yes. Yes if you took all those chimps and let them go twenty four seven for long enough yeah even they couldn't make a website. You can make squarespace in like ten minutes. It was the blurts of Times Square space dot com slash. Save your show one word the offer code one word. It's your show. You'll save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or a dome. Get the squarespace. What is wrong with you you see he's if he you today right you go by yourself in era of Space Jam Benjamin you go by yourself in air. You get set up now. You've got Wi fi all over the house. Now you're terrible writer so get Gremaldi and now you're writing blog post not a problem right and then you get a big diaper chimp to come in or not depending on what's available and if you support the GIG economy. Is that a problem. I don't know I'm not Tim Cook. I don't own grip clubs eventually. The diaper comes off to chip in. They don't need it any way. They nasty me. I get that diaper offer. How do you teach I mean. Is Teaching a chimp toilet etiquette the same train rain. How do we teach. How do they learn You know what I'm saying you can you can you can you can potty train your cat. I I saw on real people yeah you can you can do it but guess what now that toilet is not something you're. GonNa use anymore. That's house now kako bathrobe. Here's the thing here's the thing about an animal and a diaper. It is really super cute until you really think about it like a duck. Duck and a diaper is pretty cute you but thinking about why you need that diaper s right near clean and poop diaper duck you know my point. Is You know do kirk people to do it so I went into the gym my son's Jim on Saturday last week login. It's it's a regular gym but they have trainer that that the work with him and and so the owners of the Jim Very Nice people they one of their they usually have their dog kind of back behind the counter and this time they had a different dog that which I know to be their older older dog and the older dog for a long time I found out they they did has to sit. It has sit upright in a special dog chair because it has some kind of problem with its Asaf AG- ass- a T- to eat yes. I've heard about this and I've seen photos of this. You GotTa get Special Dog box because it has canine posture. Problem are gladys gladys. It's got something yeah. I've seen photos of this yeah. It's upsetting adorable yeah. It's upsetting antidote that you made when you were talking about thinking about what you need the diaper for because has then last weekend. It had a diaper on and it wasn't just a diaper. My niece's dog wears a diaper well. It was always tinkling. A A little bit I came in. I said Patty it appears at your dog is wearing a diaper now and she says yeah she's wearing diaper and I I said but it wasn't like you're probably imagining like a white Kim diaper on it but it was not it was a cloth looking diaper her that had like a dog. Pani like dog bones and things Alabama's yeah how sweet oh can and I said she said Yeah. I said what is that what's going on said. Oh well she has she has cancer. Oh God oh no and apparently the doctor vet doctor had said that the dog was like could die at any moment and I don't know why. Why are you closing out the episode like this horrible. Listen to me I'm going somewhere with this. All right. Okay could die at any moment and I realize well. It's usually fifteen years old anyway. You know whatever so I said all all right that's too bad and then that was two weeks ago last week..

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"control control center" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"control control center" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Wanna see trees in question from this research then you're in luck because the researchers made their questions and data freely available so other researchers i can use them to help improve machine learning and you can find links this research then you're in luck because the researchers made their questions and data freely available so other researchers i can use them to help improve machine learning and you can find links to that in our full rate up on this story on curiosity dot com so actually i'm gonna ask you one of these questions that stumped a computer. Oh no i do think you'll actually get this. One and i should know these questions are kind of long. So here's the question in october twenty eighteen a provincial capital announced. I plans to launch an artificial moon to replace streetlights. Nasa employees are banned from working with businessmen from this country echoing tensions that began when this country's shot down one of its weather satellites in low orbit in two thousand seven this country's land to space company plans to offer private space launches in two thousand and three this country became the third nation to achieve manned spaceflights with the voyage of the shenzhou five for ten points named this country that maintains control control centers at sheehan and beijing yeah. That'd be china right in china. I wasn't sure what the answer was for most of that question but it turns out that these computers leaders were looking at the ends of questions as much as human quiz bowl masters were so that just shows that they're kind of going about answering these questions in different ways than humans do. I'm just surprised humans or patient enough to wait until the end of that question. Historians may have solved the mystery of the ghost ship mary celeste and if you you haven't heard the story then get ready for a wild ride. It all started in eighteen seventy two which wasn't a good year for sailors on the atlantic ocean hundreds of ships were or lost or abandoned at sea after being battered by some of the worst weather in recorded history but not the mary celeste she eventually found her way back to port with rations fully stocked and cargo secure in the hold but the ship was missing one thing a crew about a month after leaving new york the mary celeste was discovered but in nearly perfect condition save for missing lifeboat and the fact that there were no humans on board it seemed like the crew jumped ship on the lifeboat in a hurry too fast this together any of their supplies at least but there was no sign of any disaster that would have caused that kind of panic. Obviously this is great fodder for a ghost story but a convincing mincing explanation finally showed up when documentarian named anne macgregor went through the ship's logs according to the last entry the ship was in sight of santa maria in the zoro's as on november twenty fifth ten days later. It was found four hundred miles east of that point in mcgregor's estimation. The likeliest scenario is that the crew jumped ship on the last recorded day and the ship sailed itself the rest of the way but why after carefully examining the available records mcgregor and oceanographer phil richardson. It's in came to the conclusion that the captain had a faulty chronometer which told the captain that the ship was one hundred and twenty miles west of where it actually was so lost under turbulent ocean. The captain likely ordered the crew to abandon ship and head for the nearby island. If only he'd trusted his vessel i mean i know that pain. I think we've all all followed google maps into the abyss. Yes that's the worst. Today's episode is sponsored by bath fitter thinking of updating your bath. Make your first call to

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"control control center" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"control control center" Discussed on Here & Now

"Peter cannon walks through hartford's pope park. He picks up empty heroin when back east as we pass athletic fields public pool and a picnic pavilion where a few people appear to nod off the pavilion places really the place to go but you can see people people down. They're using right now so i'll leave them. A peach canning has found overdose victims unresponsive in the bushes port-a-potties on the bench. We sit down on. He started to notice a disturbing trend about five years ago. He felt like every call he responded to was an overdose and it gave him an idea. <hes> started just like great down. You know the overdoses. I did how old the people were their gender. How they got started <hes> and then the the heroin windbags. I would write whether or not i foresaw heroin bags. There and i thought you know i'm keeping this information which is really interesting. What if everybody was keeping the ship formation but he didn't know how to put his ideas into practice until he went to a conference about the opioid crisis there canning ran into the interim director of the state poison control control center poison control. We have operators there twenty four seven and this is right up our alley so canning and poison control launched launched a pilot program for a section of hartford connecticut's department of public health took notice it offered federal funding to expand the program an issue monthly reports now. Oh poison control will track all of the overdose his all in one place for the first time before this. Some hospitals only required e._m._s. report when they administered the overdose overdose antidote and lock zone now every e._m._s. worker must call a hotline after any suspected overdose under the statewide opioid reporting directive or sword and the training is a simple twelve minute video how to place the call the us crucial call connecticut poison control at one eight hundred two two two one two two you and say i have a call for candidate sword then a certified poison specialists like lori salinger picks up the phone. Normally salinger answers calls from worried parents whose kids swallowed something they shouldn't have with this program sounder ascii m._s. ten questions about the overdose and writes down what happened e._m._s. Can can move onto the next emergency. Call after that but salinger continues to track the patient poison control she calls the hospital to check up on an overdose victim and explains the new protocol to someone on the line and so when they get transported to <hes> -mergency room we follow up for data regarding that to help trend to yeah so how's he doing doing salinger enters patient data onto a spreadsheet as she chats on the phone. She says her office handles about eight. Overdose calls a day just for the hartford area poison poison control has a grant to hire more specialists to man the phones as the program goes statewide activists who work with heroin users say these rapid overdose reports save save lives. Mark jenkins leads the greater hartford harm reduction coalition. He pulls up an old email from paramedic peter canning about a rash of eleven overdoses over two you days this past..

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"control control center" Discussed on AppStories

AppStories

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"control control center" Discussed on AppStories

"Preferences of the Meccan d you lie around it. But just the audio engine of the MAC and make it an API and framework that developers can work with. And then we'll get the Bella purse. You know, shipping apps like audio hijack hor like versions of QuickTime, for example, like simple audio recorders that can let us which between inputs and all that kind of stuff personally. I think all of these should have a pretty mother knew I on a US were maybe from control control center on the at you can say a one a big this microphone, and I want to pick these output device and all that kind of stuff again right now, it's possible. But if you wanna do what we do you have to spend a bunch of money, and you have to get a bunch of extra hardware that doesn't change. The fact of fair, I is a pretty awesome. App if you wanna record podcast locally, and especially if you want to add it files, I know many many friends who are now using the right as their set of version of logic for for the ipad. Yeah. It's it's a fantastic app. And it, you know, unfortunately, it has to deal with these restrictions. But if those were lifted I mean, I would move to it in a heartbeat. I think and I'll let you get into kind of external file storage a little more when we get video and photography. But you know, that's the problem is if you're recording locally your audio onto an ST card now you've got to get that ST card. You have to get that audio file whether it's a wave file or whatever onto your IRS device. And because when you connect an ST card reader to an ipad, you're only going to be able to import automatically th the the photos on that SD card you need to find a way to get that that wave file onto the ipad. And so there are a lot of different different solutions for that. I know that you have. Been testing a couple of them at least maybe three of them. I think. Yeah. And you can talk about that with with photography. But again, it's like it's another piece of extra hardware that you need in order to make this all work. This up sort of is brought to you by Kiwi co when you're looking for activities for your kids. It's a bonus. If it's something that they can learn from too, but finding projects that are actually fun and educational is really hard. This is where Kiwi co comes in. They have an awesome selection of hands on projects for kids of all ages..

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"control control center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

14:26 min | 2 years ago

"control control center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Back-back? Zerorez ends up taking me. When you meet a person you become much more interested in them. I think it's the same thing with you know, a city. An actual place stood. And you felt something there. You know, it used to be right over here. You're listening to all of it. I'm Alison Stewart, and we are back with the filmmakers behind the documentary the world before your feet, that's Jeremy workman who's the director. And Jesse Eisenberg who is the producer. Matt green is the subject and Matt decided he was going to walk every single street in New York City in all five boroughs. I'm wondering you said, you you survived that ten fifteen dollars a day as you were walking through neighborhoods like awesome bakeries, or you know, it's like the most amazing Cannella. Did you treat yourself did you and I don't have? I don't have the funds for you know. You know, it's like once you've given up for why you lose their for it. So Jeremy you include some of of Matt's friends and former girlfriends why did you want to take us away from the walking for a while? Yeah. You know, I wanted as much as this is a story about New York City as much as a story about this sort of incredible quests that Matt's doing it's also a story about this kind of interesting yet eccentric guy, and I think when you watch it you're you're constantly asking yourself. Why why does this guy who had this great job? He was an engineer. Why did he want to drop that? And now live a life of ten dollars a day and not eat cannolis. And you know, sleep on people's couches across the city. Why why was he interested in that? So you know, it the documentary digs into a little bit about Matt's background and gets into a how he's sort of, you know, his friendships is ex girlfriends and kind of get a little deeper into what what sort of makes them tick. And I still don't know if we find out what makes Matic, but you know, it at least we sort of get a better sense of it. And a better sense of the bigger picture of what drives him to go walk every day. Jesse? I'm curious what your wife thinks as someone who's studied anthropology when she saw the film. Yeah. I mean, I think she's she's she works in one hundred fifty title one schools in the five boroughs, and my best friend has been a teacher for incarcerated kids throughout the city. And so when they saw the movie they I think they were less. Surprised by seeing parts of the city that they've been exposed to that probably most people haven't if you work like in media, for example. And I mean, one of the. Really interesting things by by way, of example, is that Madison Brownsville and finds like the I would have been the first birth control control center. Scott graffiti around it special about it. Forgot right. Margaret Sanger was that's right. And you know, and so and so, and I think probably if you dig into any kind of metropolis you're gonna find stuff like this. But but what she really loved was the way Matt dealt with other people, you know, it's funny because he he he he seems like a urban guy because the way he moves and everything, but actually he's from small town in Virginia. And I think he has those values when he approaches people and his defenses are not up. You know, if you grew up in New York City, you get a heightened sense of paranoia. You know, and he doesn't have that. And so he has this really wonderful quality. And you know, when you study anthropology, the first thing, you you don't wanna you don't to put print down because you don't know effect know what? And he really doesn't do that. He he integrates seamlessly in in every in every group, it seemed like right when I started filming it seemed like, wow. This was a story about a guy walking around a small town. And it's such a sort of a weird way to think about New York City. It's the biggest city in the United States by far. But when you walk with them, and when you watch him in these all these different neighborhoods. It really does seem like that. It seems like it's about a guy walking around a small town and interacting with people and sort of seeing all the history come alive that's in that town on yet. It happens to be New York City. This giant metropolis you don't ignore race in the in the documentary in a very one way very explicit. And also, I think rather subtly the explicit way is Matt you meet another Walker a fellow traveler. And he's out for he's African American. Yeah, he's from Jamaica Jamaican, and he talks about the way he has been received on some of his walks or what he does as preventative measures. So he isn't received as an angry black, man. Although if you saw this guy, I mean, I look at them. I'm like nerd. Yep. That in the nicest one that's part of a strategy. Yeah. Well. What did you think when you when you heard how he has to do this? Yeah. I mean the day that I met him. We we immediately started comparing notes about walking around New York. And there aren't a lot of people who just spent huge amounts of their time wandering through different neighborhoods. So I haven't had the chance to talk to many people with different perspectives on it and the few that I've known before we're all white men. And so to hear to hear his stories was was really eye opening to me about the experiences. He had had in other neighborhoods that that were those experiences are so far into me. And yeah, just it was really, you know. We're certainly where at this moment in time of of lots of ways in which it's different to be different races out out in the public sphere. But but to have someone who's really doing such a similar activity to me and hearing those differences was was really eye opening, and and it just moved it from beyond the realm of like, oh, I bet it would be harder. If I wasn't white to like, what does it actually like I now the guy who's telling me these stories about what happened to him? And it just makes it a lot more real. And a lot more imaginable for me when I can understand his perspective and hear how things were different for him. What was it like for you? When you went into the neighborhood. And you're the minority, you know, honestly, I mean, I when I first moved to New York before I you know, when I was working as an engineer, and sir this we had we had a lot of projects, we're working on the South Bronx. And so those were kind of my first experiences of of, you know, being some part of New York where I was a minority, and you know. You're very aware of it at first, and then it gradually goes away. And at this point, you know, it doesn't really feel weird anymore. But it's also like, you know, I'm certainly aware when people I can I can tell when people are looking at me differently. But I also just try to should behave in in the world that I want to exist where where I pretend like they're not looking at me differently. And you know, that makes a big difference when you when you just act like you belong somewhere. And so that's always my strategy. Just like pretend we're all the same because that's what I'd hope hope would be the world and. And it seems to work pretty well. The name of the documentaries the world before your feet, we're talking with the filmmakers on the subject of the film. Matt green who is walk walked walking. Currently walk the walk walk. Little bit year seventh year walking through New York City. Oh my goodness. So when you say that loud, you think a lot. A lot of streets streets with a lot of commitment. So you've been living this lifestyle of this couch surfing ten bucks a day for seven years now. Yeah, really was over nine years ago. Now that I quit my job. And I started my my cross country walking. I just worked some odd jobs in between that and so it's been been over nine years since I had an apartment, do you think you can kind of reintegrate when you're finished or you're just going to pick another city. I don't know. I don't know what I'll do next. I honestly have no idea. Yeah. We'll find out. Yeah. Besides just the walking. Matt does all this sort of research on everything he sees? So it becomes this really kind of long view of the entire city because it's not just the physical walking. It's also now he follows it up with when he sees something that sort of catches this. I this sort of research on it that point that you made about the first birth control Clinton. Yeah. You found that what other interesting tidbits of you found that surprised you. Oh, man. I mean, endless. I couldn't even remember just give too. Well. In the film. There's a couple of moments in the film where where Matt points out trees, and one of the things that I know a lot of people really blown away are the redwoods and New York City. Yeah, there's a big I don't know. How tall it is ninety feet or something. Redwood on on halston street. Don Redwood, which you know, I pass by a million times without ever seeing it somehow, and then I was just walking through Brooklyn. And I admit would and I saw this giant giant beautiful tree. I took a lot of pictures, and I figured out what it was. And I found out it was this dawn Redwood, which is type of tree those thought to be extinct, and then like the nine hundred forty s I think somewhere discovered and in central China and kind of re propagated out around the world. And then. Yeah. Then then once I saw it. You know, that's kind of a recurring thing for me. Once you noticed something. You start noticing every night started realizing there these Redwood trees all over New York puddings giant one on halston street that towers over the other trees there that I'd never noticed before as you started becoming self educated. And did you think God, I gotta go back to other places that I was before. Because maybe I missed something. Yeah. That's a constant urge of like knowing. I mean, I'll walk a second time or I'll cross an intersection that I walked years ago. And I'll just see a whole world of things that I never noticed the first time it just makes me wonder what I did notice years ago and what I'm not noticing now. And I just had to kind of surrender the idea that you can't you can't see all of New York City by being everywhere wants, you know, and that's part of the beauty of the city. So so it doesn't get any more. But I definitely feel that urge to go back and look a little more carefully. Okay. You guys as filmmakers? You have a lot of footage of a dude walking five hundred hours, maybe men walking and walking. What is your? Editing process. How'd you create your story arc right? That was the biggest challenge of this movie. Because, you know, this isn't a movie where you know, it's ticking off the mileage and you're trying to figure out will Matt finish. Will he do it? You know crossing off each each neighborhood. It's not that movie at all it's it's a movie about. Sort of being with this person and on this journey that sounds kind of goofy at first maybe even silly, maybe even a waste of time. And then over the course of the movie, I it sort of starts getting a little deeper and deeper, and as the movie goes, it's suddenly starts showing new new possibilities and new dimensions. And you start sort of discovering something from his walk. So that was kind of how I thought about editing it it was a very difficult job. It was over like I said over five hundred hours of footage, which I shot over three years, and sort of constructing that into something that would be audience friendly that would be something for people to enjoy not just New Yorkers. But really anyone in a way, it's not even for New Yorkers. It's I just really could be anyone. It was definitely a big challenge. It took me two years to edit, and I was editing it as I was shooting it, so it's sort of I had this. Kind of more organic way to do it. You know, I didn't just shoot it. And then go sit, and I did it all at the same time. And it allowed me to kind of really kind of, you know, get into the mindset of wet maths project was about and what what stood out for me. How did you know? It was your last day. How did you go? This is it. This is the day. We premiered at a big film festival in the spring south by south west, and we had shot we shot two weeks before the premiere and we had to pick up a couple shots. And we said we'd better get those in before the premiere, and we shot like I said about two weeks before the movie premiered, and then that sort of led this journey of this movie where it had been playing in a lot of film festivals around the country and really getting a lot of attention from audiences. And then sort of now is coming home for its release here in New York and in and also in LA. I met actually when you're out filming with him. Yeah. Did you did you go back in and re edit as during the process during the film festival process? No, no, okay. So I mean the day the day that you are with Matt or the week with Matt. And you said this is going to be my last week. I just it just that we had a we had a date when the movie was going to premier and I said, okay. Well, we better finished by that. So you did have a drop dead. You also had a drone for a few days. I differ addicted. I noticed the drone shot. I was like nice. Yeah. Yeah. There was a couple of days that I didn't shoot one was the drone shot or ID. And she is willing to camera. One was a day where we had a lot of drones, and we feel Matt sort of a mid the city withdrawn shots. And you know, that was definitely something where we wanted to sort of see Matt in this crazy metropolis this giant world. So that was a big deal. And then we also shot there's this map in the queens museum called the panorama that was built for the world's fair. And it's this giant giant model of New York City is like about a million buildings on it. The Empire State building's, maybe like six inches or so, and we filmed that with with a giant fifty foot technocrat to give you a sense of the idea that you're like flying over the city as you're following along with Matt and that people could see it's at the queens museum. It's really amazing Jesse. How do you look at New York differently now after being a part of this project? 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"control control center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:33 min | 2 years ago

"control control center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Listening to all of it. I'm Alison Stewart, and we are back with the filmmakers behind the documentary the world before your free. That's Jeremy workman who's the director. And Jesse Eisenberg was the producer. Matt green is the subject and Matt decided he was going to walk every single street in New York City in all five boroughs. I'm wondering as you said, you you survived that ten fifteen dollars a day as you're walking through neighborhoods like awesome bakeries or you know, it's like the most amazing Cannella. Did you treat yourself? Did. You did. And I don't have. I don't have the funds for you know. You know, it's like once you've given up for you. You lose the urge for it. So Jeremy you include some of of Matt's friends and former girlfriends why did you want to take us away from the walking for a while? Yeah. I wanted as much as this is a story about New York City as much as a story about this sort of incredible quests that Matt's doing it's also a story about this kind of interesting yet eccentric guy, and I think when you watch it you're you're constantly asking yourself. You know, why why does this guy who had this great job? He was an engineer. Why did he want to drop that? And now live a life of ten dollars a day and not eat cannolis, you know, sleep on people's couches across the city. Why why was he interested in that? So you know, it the documentary digs into a little bit about Matt's background and gets into how he's sort of, you know, his friendships is ex girlfriends and kind of gets a little deeper into what what sort of makes them tick. And I still don't know if we find out what makes Matic, but you know, it at least we sort of get a better sense of it. And a better sense of the bigger picture of what drives him to walk every day Jesse. I'm curious what your wife thinks as someone who's studied anthropology when she saw the film. Yeah. I mean, I think she's she she works in like one hundred fifty title one schools in the five boroughs, and my best friend has been a teacher for incarcerated kids throughout the city. And so when they saw the movie, they I think they were less surprised by seeing parts of the city that they've been exposed to that probably most people haven't if you work like in media, for example, and one of the really interesting things, by by way, of example, is that Madison Brownsville and finds like the I would have been the first birth control control center. Scott graffiti around it special about Margaret Sanger was that's right. And you know, and so and so, and I think probably if you dig into any kind of metropolis you're gonna find stuff like this. But but what she really loved was the way Matt dealt with other people, you know, it's funny because he he he he seems like an urban guy because the way he moves and everything, but actually he's from a small town in Virginia. And I think he has those values when he approaches people and his defenses are not up. You know, if you grew up in New York City, you get a heightened sense of paranoia. And he doesn't have that. And so he has this really wonderful quality. When you study anthropology, the first thing, you know, you don't want to you don't want to put your footprint down because he don't affect you know, what? And he he really doesn't do that. He integrates seamlessly in in every in every group, it seemed like right when I started filming Matt it seemed like, wow. This was a story about a guy walking around a small town. And it's such a sort of a weird way to think about New York City. It's the biggest city in the United States by far. But when you walk with them, and when you watch him in these all these different neighborhoods. It really does seem like that. It seems like it's about a guy walking around a small town and interacting with the people and sort of seeing all the history come alive that's in that town on yet. It happens to be New York City. This giant metropolis you don't ignore race in the in the documentary in a very one way very explicit. And also, I think rather subtly the explicit way is Matt you meet another Walker a fellow travelers. And he's at for he's African American. Yeah, he's from Jamaica Jamaican, and he talks about the way he has been received on some of his walks or what he does as preventative measures. So he isn't received as an angry black, man. Although if you saw this guy, I mean, I look at him. I'm like nerd me that in the nicest weather, that's part of the strategy. Yeah. What did you think when you when you heard how he has to do this the day that I met him? We we just immediately started comparing notes about walking around New York and. There aren't a lot of people who just spent huge amounts of their time wandering through different neighborhoods. So I haven't had the chance to talk to many people with different perspectives on it and the few that I known before we're all white men. And so to hear to hear his stories was was really eye opening to me about the experiences. He had had in other neighborhoods. That were you know, those experiences are so far into me. And yeah, just it was really. We're certainly aware at this moment in time of of lots of ways in which it's different to be different races out out in the public sphere. But but to have someone who's really doing such a similar activity to me and hearing those differences was really eye opening, and and it just moved it from beyond the realm of like, oh, I bet it would be harder. If I wasn't white to like, what does it actually like I now the guy who's telling me these stories about what happened to him? And it just makes it a lot more real. And a lot more imaginable for me when I can understand his perspective and hear how things were different for him. What was it like for you? When you went into the neighborhood, and you're the minority. You know? Honestly, I mean, I when I first moved to New York before I you know, when I was working as an engineer and started this we had. We had a lot of projects we're working on the South Bronx. And so those were kind of my first experiences of of, you know, being some part of New York where I was a minority, and you know, you're very aware of it at first, and then it gradually goes away. And at this point, you know, it doesn't really feel weird anymore. But it's also like, you know, I'm certainly aware when people I can I can tell when people are looking at me differently. But I also just try to should behave in in the world that I want to exist where where I pretend like they're not looking at me differently. And you know, that makes a big difference when you when you just act like you belong somewhere. And so that's always my strategy. Just like pretend we're all the same because that's what I hope hope would be the world. And and it seems to work pretty well. The name of the documentaries the world before your feet, we're talking with the filmmakers on the subject of the film. Matt green who is walk walked walking currently walking walking walking. Little bit year seventh year walking through New York City. Oh my goodness. I mean, when you say that loud, you think a lot of streets streets. So the lot of commitment. So you've been living this lifestyle of this couch surfing ten bucks a day for seven years now. Yeah, really I was on over nine years ago. Now that I quit my job. And I started my my cross country walk, and I just works in my jobs in between that and so it's been been over nine years since I had an apartment, do you think you can kind of reintegrate when you're finished or you're just going to pick another city. I don't know. I don't know what I'll do next. I honestly have no idea. Yeah. We'll find out. Yeah. Besides just the walking. Matt does all this sort of research on everything he sees? So it becomes this really of long view of the entire city because it's not just the physical walking. It's also now he follows it up with when he sees something that sort of catches his eye all this sort of research on it that point that you made about the first birth control clinic. Yeah. You found out what other interesting tidbits of you found that surprised you. Oh, man. I mean, endless. I couldn't even remember just give to. Well, in the film, there's a couple of moments in the film where where Matt points out trees, and one of the things that I know a lot of people really blown away are the redwoods and New York City. Yeah, there's a big I don't know. How tall it is ninety feet or something. Redwood on halston street, dawn Redwood, which passed by a million times without ever seeing it somehow, and then I was just walking through Brooklyn. And I in Midwood and I saw this giant giant beautiful tree. And I took a lot of pictures, and I figured out what it was. And I found out it was this dawn Redwood, which is a type of tree those thought to be extinct and then like the nineteen forties. I think somewhere discovered and in central China and kind of re propagated out around the world. And then once I saw it, you know, that's kind of a recurring thing for me. Once you noticed something you start noticing. I started realizing there these Redwood trees all over New York. This giant one on house in St. that towers over the other trees there that I'd never noticed before as you started becoming self. Educated. And did you think God, I gotta go back to other places that I was before. Because maybe I missed something. Yeah. That's a constant urge of like knowing. I mean, I'll walk a second time or I'll cross an intersection that I walked years ago. And I'll just see a whole world of things that I never noticed the first time, it just makes me wonder what I did notice years ago, and what I'm not noticing now, and I've just had to kind of surrendered to the idea that you can't you can't see all of New York City by being everywhere wants, you know, and that's part of the beauty of the city. So so it doesn't get me more. But I definitely feel that urge to go back and look a little more carefully. Okay. You guys as filmmakers? You have a lot of footage of a dude walking five hundred hours, maybe walking and walking, what is your editing process? How'd you create your story arc right? That was the biggest challenge of this movie. Because, you know, this isn't a movie where you know, it's ticking off the mileage and you're trying to figure out will Matt finish. Will he do? You know crossing off each each neighborhood. It's not that movie at all it's it's a movie about. Sort of being with this person and on this journey that sounds kind of goofy at first maybe even silly, maybe even a waste of time. And then over the course of the movie, I it sort of starts getting a little deeper and deeper, and as the movie goes, it's suddenly starts showing new new possibilities and new dimensions. And you start discovering something from his walk. So that was kind of how I thought about editing it it was a very difficult job. It was over like I said over five hundred hours of footage shot over three years, and sort of constructing that into something that would be audience friendly that would be something for people to enjoy not just New Yorkers. But really anyone in a way, it's not even for New Yorkers. It's I just really could be anyone. It was definitely a big challenge. It took me two years to edit, and I was editing as I was shooting it, so it's sort of I had this. Kind of more organic way to do it. I didn't just shoot it. And then go sit and editor. I did it all the time. And it allowed me to kind of really kind of, you know, get into the mindset of wet Matt's project was about and what what stood out for me. How did you know? It was your last day at how did you go? This is it. This is the day. We premiered at a big film festival in the spring south by south west, and we had shot we shot two weeks before the premiere and we had to pick up a couple shots. And we said we'd better get those in before the premiere, and we shot like I said about two weeks before the movie premiered, and then that sort of led this journey of this movie where it had been playing in a lot of film festivals around the country and really getting a lot of attention from audiences. And then sort of now is coming home for its release here in New York. And and also in LA. I met actually when you're out filming with him. Yeah. Did you did you go back and re edit as during the process during the film festival process? No, no. I mean the day the day that you are with Matt or the Wiki with Matt. And you said this is going to be my last week. I just it just that we had we had a date when the movie was going to premier and I said, okay. Well, we'd better finished by that. So you did have a drop dead..

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"control control center" Discussed on Happy Hour

Happy Hour

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"control control center" Discussed on Happy Hour

"Isn't in the keynote is controlling control center you know editing rearranging control center and i mean that's been one of our complaints on this show for a long time you know i finally have to stab the top of the screen at the very least yeah i've able to put ping my iphone at the very bottom and then why fi lt toggles just above that because i don't use those really like the is on the wifi stays on you know the phone i don't wanna accidentally make it scream you know unless they have to and then and then below that airplane mode or above that airplane mode and battery because battery is just good i don't need to see it all the time an airplane mode is just not very complicated they did use that and so with that means is that when i swipe up i get to see flashlight airplay changing your audio the water lock the mute button do not disturb and then the theater mode six things that are more likely use than the other ones it's like almost a total inverse of what they show my only complaint here is that before you can edit these the last item on my list because there's not an even number of items wistful with and now it's half with and there's a blank spot but i'll all up yeah i'll take it though it's fine and then the editor i wrote because i don't have an ta tile i have a clean clean.

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"control control center" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"control control center" Discussed on Rocket

"I ask your mom about that yeah i mean she was very happy by but trivia you you're not wrong are not wrong that my point here is like you know if apple had a hidden dialogue boksic of a muddled dialogue popped up and said you know you're battery health is so low we've added this option to controls control center you now in you can decide whether you want a battery that is you know birds very very quickly or you now like a cpu that slower that will save it doubt would also be great because like there is a way could just go get more fee battery case right never i add on your phone and you know you're from his me twice as thick forest firing my sean yeah no i mean in in in in honestly a lot of people do that or a lotta people will do the thing that my friend alex krenz was doing with her iphone six before she got her iphone ten where she was literally like had it connected to like a movie not even a battery case but like one of the external ones and i'd dummy gave her the special supreme addition of that little in case uptick because that i could have sold out on ebay for so much money 'cause it's the supreme addition but yeah you know she had it connected to perform all the time because literally the battery win last night was like cran's just take it any get the battery placing i don't a bothered at at unida but i think you're right briere thing if there was a setting that will be great i don't even need a setting you know i'm okay at the default as what it is just tell people what's going on and make it easier to get a repair and i think also you know at this point i think apple has to kind of open up their repair process at least for batteries to more and more places because there are a billionplus devices out there as the most atteridgeville yeah it is.

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"control control center" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"control control center" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Claire yeah in their supposed to be put out a patch for it soon but it's everywhere every tweet they see has it why are people not capitalising their eyes anymore i don't understand lazy bastard but it comes back to a problem in autocorrect so if you want to get rid of this just turn off autocorrect for now there's people are saying that you can do a find an like you know uh basically a replace for capital i but just forget it just turn off autocorrect it'll be out in the few few days but if you've been seeing that it's apples fell was going on because the up they have no quality control anymore i have actually forgotten to even update so i haven't us gone up to io's eleven yet so i really have the silvio yeah i just totally forgot about it and it's only when the started happy and i want like oh an now figured all just wait because this would drive be crazy because i'm could be a bit a bit of a grammar nazi with my texting i was levin's nice i enjoy it i like the new control control center it's so much nicer anyway it let's go back to us more machine learning okay there's a new site up called let's enhanced dot i oh yes i saw this when you put it in the show notes and you were complaining about how long it took for a small photo you must have just like gone in immediately because when i tried it out it took maybe two minutes tugay i think i got it right when the the next web publish article hit the feeds pretty heavily so i uploaded 45 k image low j meg right it was 960 by 539 and yes it took two days for me to get the enhanced version back and it came comes back at thirty eight forty by 21 56 which is a pretty decent size upgrade but so what i did was i i took took a look at the photo took my original photo dropped it into photoshop up rest it to that same ras and then put them sidebyside it did a fairly impressive job i gotta say it's not bad it's not to days worth of waiting you know but if they can you know used this filter four uprising photos.

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"control control center" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

03:18 min |

"control control center" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"To it a little bit more but now every time i try to put notifications i'm i miss control center like going for something that have to pull it from the top of the screen iphone ten is a lot like plugging in a us a micro usb cable it seems like it takes me three tries to get to get the right thing every time like i'm constantly pulling down the wrong thing for what i want so that that is one area that i think needs significant improvement so where are they going to hide that those speaking of improvement everyone's like oh i hate control center and we all think it's games to reach right okay but then how do you fix it i think maybe it might be worth investigating combining the two screens like phones optimize pretty well for scrolling so maybe the maybe control center becomes just a a vertically scrolling thing where the notification just go below the controls you have picked like there's enough space that they could actually do that if they because right now they had this giant padding on top of control center where they basically have what looks like a hundred fifty pixel tall status bar area they can shrink that down to forty and if they shrink that down but with the default number of controls control center you'd have room for like three notifications on above the fold but you would put them at the bottom yet but the notifications of the bottom i think people like to peek at their out of gatien's and are expected to look at the top of the screen but they don't show the top man they kind of in the middle because there's this show a giant clock above it yeah i don't know i'm trying to think of solutions to and like you know there's always the punt which is like we'll just might get a setting people could decide which which is their most frequently use control in assignment to deal notifications to be the little ear or notifications to be the whole rest of the thing but i don't i don't have any great ideas either i'm just wondering like i think it's hard problem like part of the reason it's crappy is because there is no obvious good solution right so i'm not sure what they're going to do there that's the funny thing to me is and i will fully admit that i am the minority here i am not trying to say right i understand everyone else is disagrees with me but i actually i feel like i've been trained on where control centers for a long time like it's not like i just figured this out yesterday like my body if people know where it is it's just hard to reach depending on how long your thumb is and how you hold your phone so it's a little hard to reach sure but i mean i don't know i don't feel like it says agreed just as everyone else seems to think and and i mean i'm just saying that it's me i'm not trying to say that i'm right because i can hear all the angry tweets emails coming but it's just for me i don't think it's that big a deal and i'm sure could be better but i don't think it's that bad i don't understand why everyone had such a such a big issue with it well you do understand is because it's hard to reach and it's now there's a potential to get the wrong thing like marco occasionally gets notifications when he doesn't want so not every time and it was not a thing that happened with it and it's all location which is obviously not start because the the like humping one thing that no one has mentioned so far as the notch so i guess we're all don't care about that true yeah i don't really care i don't really care i mean like it's not ideal and as i said emphatically many many shows ago apple does not like that much and it will go away once people can get rid of it as soon as they can get themselves over the branding that they've developed with it and by this administration of of notch imitator phones or even phones that don't need to have a natural add one sometimes even just like displaying the screen underneath where the.