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This Week In Google

08:18 min | 6 months ago

"craig newmark graduate school journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Tweet this week in Google showing cover the latest news from the Google verse with Mr. Jeff Jarvis Craig Tau Night Craig. Professor of journalism at the Preventive Journalism at the Craig newmark graduates journalism in the town nights center for Editorial Ed proprietorial journalism at the City University of New York. And got him in that you were white haired people a- and thank you. Craig newmark forgiving them a lot of money so jeff could do his job. Is that a chair. Do you have a chair that I'm sitting on? Yes Ono Craig newmark chair of something chair. Tau Chair innovation. He's sitting in the chair. That Leonard Tau in and out at the Craig newmark endow residents in the town night center try direct at the Craig Newmark Graduate School Journalism at the City University of New York. He's a big shot. He's a big shot former. Tv guide critic as well which we say just cut him down. A few pegs didn't get a big head. Also Stacey Higginbotham page head who is Are Not Guru are chip maven. She is at Stacey Dot Com. Does the podcast with Kevin toefl. You could find out there. Hello is there. A feminine form of Guru was there why said Maven Maven Guru. I accept guru jurist whether they used a coup. That's really yummy. Terrible agoura gurus tend to abuse their followers and try and be problematic through. So maybe I don't WanNa be you could be shaming shopping enough or drink anywhere. T's okay and I'm definitely not a dissuade people on the show. You didn't see his show her. She snacks weird. That's not weird. She's as that's not weird. It's healthy protein in our snack as an excuse to have something that you should have. I have to peanut butter cookies. Oh Oh Lisa ordered Internet Internet pretzels. Today we got our Internet pretzels winter muscles. But I've never bought an apprentice on the Internet. But apparently that's what we do these days. That's our new thing. I lived in South Jersey. Did you know that besides being able to get milk delivered you could get pretzels and chips delivered? Well there's a story behind Charlie's chips right we used to have a Milkman to in Providence. We still do. My mom has one in Cranston. But what happened Bainbridge? Yeah I bet you do but what happened is it got less and less than merely to build bring milk cheese and butter so they started adding products and I remember in Rhode Island. They started adding milk shampoo and conditioner. And you know you just gotTa Kinda if you're going to deliver stuff. You got aches brand. Yeah yeah so I do. This reminds me of the The Shit's creek episode. Where he's like he's got body. Milkin historian everyone keeps coming up to him and they're like can you drink this and he's like it's body milk. It says so on the things. So Todd your drink. It's the every you know. The answer is no because it's body milk not drinking throat. Milk fat milks. Okay all right okay. Episode Today Five five six In our never ending quest to find stories to talk about Because as you know times have changed and there's not a lot of news but there is some Google news. Google is according to the verge working on. Its own debit card. Now the weird thing is Google used to have a credit card. I remember getting. They stopped at two. Google this is. This is short-sighted from High Garden Berg. They're coming back although it wasn't a debit card and I guess the Apple Card which is Goldman Sachs Bank Which is Weird Phantom? I don't know I don't know you have to have a certain credit rating to get it. No well wasn't there a big kerfuffle around getting it women not getting a couple of Steve Wozniak and David Heiner Meyer Hansen who created ruby on rails. Two well-known D.C. Icons both said I got a much better credit limit. Then my wife who has my same finances because she's my wife but anyway apple says. Yeah well we talked about this. The ways of the credit score are varied in mysterious. That apple said okay. We'll fix that. Lisa got a better credit limit than I did on mine. So some prizes based on your personal credit I would guess yes exactly. Yeah and if you see under sixteen hundred dollars thermo mix exactly exactly. Google wants to Google branded smart debit card Actually the apple cart which I've had for a while works quite well. You get cash back. The Nice thing is tied to the watch which is kind of something I guess Google Google has android wear but does anybody where android wear but the idea of a close eventually. Maybe it does have me. Yeah so nowadays. Not Touching money or credit cards but Attack at the grocery store if you have to go to be Embraced so maybe that's maybe this is a Cova thing. I don't know Came into our meeting thing because data thing you're right so you can get a lot of information and like facebook even has deals with credit card companies to to say. Hey what are people buying? So I think Google's like oh I would love to know and about tying that back possibly advertisements you could actually say. Hey this since saw this ad. They already do that their they already do that. Yeah but the so they have google pages like apple pay and Samsung Pay But the normally those work by you attach your existing credit cards to it. So what's different about Apple's credit card is you can use that as your primary payment. Apples is actual charge card. It's a credit card. You rack up a bill. You pay it in the month. The Google supposedly. According to the verges a debit card. They're going to partner with city Stanford Federal Credit Union. It's visa but most debit cards are either visa or MasterCard But it but it will take it right out of your bank account as opposed to adding up the charges till the end of the month It will do virtual card numbers. That's one of the real selling points on the apple. Credit Card is that the merchant doesn't get any information about you They don't even get your credit card number they get a token and they don't get your address your real name or any of that stuff and of course merchants hate that. Google apparently wants to do the same thing. But you know who gets the information apple and Google in Google's case so it's not like they're giving up any information customers will be able to use the Google play APP to lock their card in the event of theft or loss according to the verge or lock the account entirely Google Zap reportedly and there is a picture of the APP so this leak is pretty well. Sourced will reportedly allow customers to easily track purchases using Google maps and its database of retailers. Would you get goal Debit Card or not?.

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"craig newmark graduate school journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"craig newmark graduate school journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"What Maybe he's in it this time because that was posted by Youtube as well. I'M PRETTY PRETTY SURE I won't watch it. Yeah it you know I. It just makes me feel old. I watch it and I don't know anybody that can't relate and I just go. Well my my heart heads will watch it and we'll relate but they'll know that's what you gotta do sit down with them fit. Can I come over and throw your boys and you could tell me who these people are. Jeff Jarvis professor of like something. Release it half an hour. I'll be doing an info session for the social journalism. Awesome program at the Craig newmark Graduate School Journalism If you go to my twitter feed the link is on top of your at all interested in blowing up journalism and changing it and doing it in the senator the damned university. Please click on the link and come in answering questions you have. I don't know if you're in Manhattan. Get on over there at the time so I don't know if you're wearing anywhere. Oh I'm at all I'm not having this is how much attention I thought you just walked out your door and you were there okay. Okay all right. He's in New Jersey so cool. That's the town Night Center for other Royal Journal. Entrepreneurial Journalism at the City University of New York City Craig newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York. Thank you I knew it was something like that thank you Jeff. Have a great night and we will see you next new. twig thanks to aunt pruitt catch fop. Hot All events work. Of course. He's here every every week with us on this week in Google and He's you were taking a bunch of pictures earlier. You got something in the in the post to some on Instagram as well as is On the twit that instagram just little shots of you and Miss Mary Jo Foley this year so exciting helping out with these social media effort. It just doesn't she does a great job. ASAKO is a fantastic. I just couldn't help but she you know Foley I no disrespect to you know. No well what am I. Thank you for joining us on twitter this week..

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"craig newmark graduate school journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"craig newmark graduate school journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"And how assassins creed is going to help rebuild Notre Dame? It's all coming up next on Twitter. Casts. You love from people you trust. This is tweet. This is to this week in Google episode five hundred four recorded Wednesday, April seventeenth twenty nineteen Jilava in Peru's ya with Greg this week in Google is brought to you by gram early. Gramley a communication tool that helps people improve their writing to be mistake. Free clear and affective start writing confidently by going to Gramley dot com slash twig and get twenty percents off a Gramley premium account today, and by WordPress. Turn your dreams into reality. Launcher website at WordPress dot com. Get fifteen percent off any new plan at WordPress dot com slash tweak. It's time for tweet this week in Google show recover the latest from the Google verse. And boy who this is going to be the week. That was joining us. Of course, Jeff Jarvis welcome. Were you here last week is I was I was I want. Oh, good. Jason Hal for Fillon that I missed you before that because I was travelling so. He's. He's supposed to do this Jeff Hart. He's the Leonard tap, professor. For journalistic innovation at the Craig Newmark graduate school journalism at the City University of New York, buzzmachine dot com..

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"craig newmark graduate school journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"craig newmark graduate school journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Nineteen and Louis know what you think? It's time for twig this week in Google gets the show with the weird music. I'm Leo LaPorte. That's Jeffrey Jarvis. He's a professor of journalistic innovation at the Craig Newmark graduate school journalism said in university, New York. Hello. Hello. Hello allow you got your back to be back going somewhere, fun go. Yeah. It seems like I was on a plane. Yes. Last week at this time. We're going to L A just for client meetings. Okay. Boesen rosen. That's that's speaking of schmoozing and boozer Nair as Stacey Higginbotham. She is Stacey on IOT Showalter t-shirts as he plays. Leo, say, hey. Let's see breakfast tacos. I love you. And she's serious when she says that she's serious. She she introduced us at south by last year to the magic of the Austin breakfast, taco also delicious. Can't find those in Seattle. They will know why talking about I I'll make I'll that's my new goal. I'm going to stop twit or twig, and I'm going to start opening my own breakfast, taco stand. What do you think they're going to want kale and sushi on it, you you you could you could or you could just to hire Dana Perino to make you a case. So. Oh, there we go. Did you see this during the Super Bowl? This is the hot Twitter feed during the Super Bowl. Dana Perino, former Bush spokesperson and Fox News. Currently Fox News commentator posted a picture of. Well, she says it's case. So it's a crock pot with that crested kind of cheese thing in there. Then look that good and Chile can Carney is what it looks. I don't know what it is. Anyway, she's the I think the mistakes you made was the very terse caption, which is I made caso somehow it captured the. The imagination of a great. Well, didn't it? Yeah. Really Twitter meant wild. Here's here's one I made caso. It's a slice of craft American cheese in a bowl. That's it. Really? I will I will say are you ready for this velveeta in rotel those go together? So those are the case. But I mean, I would have accepted that Chris hooks tweet. I made case, oh, it's the famous blood elevators scene from the shining. I made. So I don't know what this is going to be. Oh god. It's melting face from raiders in the lost ark. Okay. It's blunt. I got. Yeah. Uh-huh. And the patent Oswald. I think kicked it off with a kind of medieval picture of hell. So it was it was that was more interested in the Super Bowl. Let's be honest. Oh that Twitter. I don't follow. But thank goodness. What were you doing on Twitter? I've decided that if anything really of moment happens at Twitter, I'll probably read about it everywhere else since Twitter seems to be the most covered. In two thousand twenty first century. That's that's true. It's this proportionate. I think although funnel. I mean. There's there's a lot of people lot of famous people. I don't know. Yeah. All right. It's not mainstream media, but the media is never covered like mainstream opinions, right? I saw I had an argument with far Montjeu. We talked about this last week. He wrote a a piece in the New York Times never tweet. He said journalists should get off Twitter. Now, did he say read Twitter or merely shouldn't they should they should they should lurk? And but it but it implied to get off. And then I wrote a piece of response, and then we were both on a CNBC. Podcast. What why am I struggling to find the word podcasts on a podcast? What do they call those things ox? They start with really bad music. And then we went back and forth. And it was it was friendly enough. And then journal on. Yeah. Came on and yelled at the Jared linear is is hates the deer technology. He's but the irony is he was the king of three D of VR was all these people in a years ago. Yeah. It's like it's like Roger McNamee mcnamee's on the way to Palo Alto. Yeah. Yeah. Meanwhile, you know, he's made most of his money on palm of all things. I went to school with Roger. So I know he's hated Google forever. Never tweet. I kind of agree with as you know. This is an old column..

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"craig newmark graduate school journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"craig newmark graduate school journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Roddick managing editor of Android. Police. First time on the show be nice, folks. Now, they're always whether we need to since entertaining. Jeff jarvis. They're never nice to you buzzmachine dot com. Did you know he's the Leonard tap professor for journalistic innovation at the Craig Newmark graduate school journalism at the City University of New York. Did you know that he does our show today? Brought to you by your belt, Jeff my belts to we love belts. Now. The problem with click click click click, I know, isn't that sound great. The problem with belts is they were designed I think to belts are older than forks belts were designed in the eighth century. Maybe even older than that take a piece of leather of animal skin punch hole. In it. Tired up around waste problem is five six holes. One of them has to work, otherwise, your pants fall down or worse. Your pants. You can't talk because they're so tight. Belt's just our old fashioned. That's why slide belt is a better way. Sli belts by Brig Taylor. It's time for the holiday season. If you're trying to find a gift your loved one, the love, and is guaranteed to fit look no further than slide belts by break. Taylor these guaranteed to fit. So here's how this light Bill comes. This is my this is my twit monogram bell, which I really like get a monogrammed. This is a chrome with. I think this vegan leather they have top top grain leather. They full grain. You get you get your choice. What happens is it's all one size. You cut this end. It's got measurements on it to fit Jere general way size. And then you put it in here. This is changeable. So the slide belts are interchangeable. So now, it's part of the slide belt, and this is my favorite part..

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"craig newmark graduate school journalism" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

What's The [DATA] Point?

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"craig newmark graduate school journalism" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

"Is room to reform those services without compromising quality to drive down those costs and save dollars. Right. So they've done some they could do more. Similarly, I think ace app is an example of a program that was piloted evaluated, and then scaled up, and I think for some of the other programs. They don't undergo enough about, you know, regular evaluation to understand how they could be tweaked and improved to be more efficient. And you know, I think that's important. And Karen, I spend this enormous amount of our reporting time on the minimum wage issue because just sort of fascinates two of us. And as of the moment that we can find no. Bad consequences from the increase in the minimum wage. Now, the any business person most business people here that just scream and land moment because all we hear from them is how hard their lives, but we restaurants are regarded as being in the front and center there more restaurants than ever before the number of employee's are more we have more employees than ever before and the wages are higher than ever before. So individual restaurants may go out of business because of the problems, but there's someone else to take its place, nevertheless, the increase in the minimum wage is unprecedented in such a short period of time. It could come back to be a big problem. So you know, what we have all these things we really have to track we have to track the minimum wage we have to track whether the very rich are going to leave, and you know, women out. There is we've had this newer, Mr. Khan of economic boom. What I like to call the Bloomberg to blouse. It will come to an end sometime. I don't know when I don't think next year, but maybe and the pressures will really ratchet up rather quickly. Well that goes back to the fishy as well. And I was just gonna know we're talking obviously, healthcare and something's relate to education. Those are always the two biggest expenditures state and city spending a lot of ways, but there are a lot of other areas within education and also within cities spending. Let's start with the city where there's clearly waste. There's this extensive, you know, these extensive programs that Blasios has instituted and he's increased the city payroll and doesn't seem to be that worried about cutting any fat. So that that might be forced down his throat at some point. But it's also an opportunity to reevaluate the programs that are in place to try to help people whether it's workforce training or preventative services that they provide. To, you know, people who are societas with, you know, children's services, etc. To really think about some of those things we didn't go into it that much in the article, but it came up a lot in reporting is that one piece of the patchwork is the land therapy. And it's a pretty enormous peace, and because there's so many different hands who are helping so many different issues it actually makes valuation really tough in certain areas because there's just things that. Philanthropist want to spend money on. And it goes to that may be working in it may be not. But that how does the city track that overall effort against what's going? I wanted to that's one of the last two things I wanted to ask about and Marie might have other questions. But I just want to remind everybody that we're talking with Gregg, David and CARA Isan press. They're the co authors of a new recently published piece in Crain's New York business, the state of inequality New York safety net is made possible by the very inequity it targets, and they both teach at the Craig Newmark graduate school journalism McKinney. She could find their article, of course, and you can take one of their classes, maybe, but but they're they're doing this work for both the school in see I just want to interject that if people are interested in the pieces from Georgia in Washington, and Texas, they're also available on the ravage fiscal reporting site, and we're compiling them all they're more pieces to come out of Georgia and Texas. So if you Google ravage fiscal reporting look under reporting projects, you can read them all so I wanted to follow up on that the nonprofit sector in New York City is a immense and a lot of services in the safety net are provided. I mean, the food Bank is highlighted in. That might be you know at the top. But also, it always strikes me that this is an area of inefficiency that there's a lot of redundant services. And this is not to say that any small nonprofits are big nonprofits are are bad organizations that should be out of business. But it's just the city so vast this sector, so vast it there's so many important services being provided. But also, this is where city and state money goes off in without a lot of evaluation. We have any sense of how that fits into this picture. I know you're ready said sort of no. But I just wanted to maybe asking a different way. It's not I don't actually have a great answer to that. I mean, I think certainly. Are there places where the administration feels that small on the ground nonprofits can do the best work? Likewise, big on the ground nonprofit. They're also doing great work. But it means that in terms of thinking about how the city can be more efficient evaluate programs that there just isn't gonna be the same kind of information. I guess I guess I would say it's just a question of whether you believe in the market or not the nonprofit world apper rates like the market people go out and raise money and they implemented and they stay in businesses long as the people who give them money think they're doing a good thing. That's fair in general. I believe Arkansas. Yeah. I guess I'm also thinking about the ways that city government, including the city council with their all the discretionary funding. You know? It's all nonprofit based in that very often is city council members just continuing to fund the nonprofits in their districts that provide often good services, but not necessarily with that. Much rigorous oversight. So the answer to that journalistic answer. Yes, we need to make sure there's Brent of locally based journalism operation that operations that are monitoring here here. So I have I have a comment, and then one more question, I just want to pick up thread from what Craig said earlier about potential recession, and how that forces reductions in the city, but you know, there's also the question of the state, right and the state has its facing a budget gap. The budget gap is much larger actually than what's being reported because it soums governor will continue to freeze the operations and the funding of state agencies which he's done for a number of years in which are really under strain. Now. And you know, there is going to be this pressure to expand. But what will happen right in the case of recession is not only will they'll be job losses at the lower end for some of these folks will then be, you know, fall back into the safety net and precious to enhance the safety net. What happens then is that, you know, the revenues from the personal income tax will shrink and the state budget. You know, relies on about a third of its of its revenue comes from personal income taxes and the progressive nature of our personal income tax, meaning tax the the highest income earners, the most makes it much more volatile. And so what we'll see a dramatic rejection in those taxes from these folks, and it makes it a very hard balancing act and very hard to then go back and support any kind of expansion. So this may

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"craig newmark graduate school journalism" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"craig newmark graduate school journalism" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

"At the City University of New York's Craig Newmark graduate school journalism, you've written a lot of books, including what would Google do you also lead the news integrity initiative at CUNY, which is partially funded by Facebook. We wanted to say that what what is that initiative emphasize that? I'm independent of Facebook because I hope prove every day, but there is a decoration of is trying to attack this problem of so-called fake news through manipulation and trust and trying to rebuild journals. And is that fit into the topic tonight? Okay. It sounds like. Absolutely. And can you tell us who your partner is please? Oh, Emily Parker here. Emily Parker. Welcome. Emily, you are a digital diplomacy adviser very close outing job. The author of a book called now I know who my comrades, our voices from the internet underground and here explaining what that title you're a member of secretary Clinton's policy planning staff at the State Department and the founder of code for country. What is code for country code for country is something that is completely impossible to imagine today it was Russian and American programmers getting together to solve issues of government transparency. Oh. How how naive. We solved it. Thanks Emily. Once again, the team arguing for the motion, social media is good for democracy and we have to debaters arguing against it. Please welcome back to diligence squared, Franken, four years Kreider at the Atlantic. You're author of a book. Everybody's been talking about last year and this year world without mind. The existential threat of big tech named one of the best books of the year by the New York Times, you started working on that back in two thousand fourteen so tells how the tides change between the time. You started writing that book and present day. You know, when I told people I was working on a book critical of Google and Facebook, they looked at me funny, but now they considered to be a lackey of the conventional wisdom. Lackey and you would probably rather be if you're going to have to be inservice to servant of the facts or the truth or something like always asleep to the truth. There you go Franklin for and please tell us your partner is Roger McNamee, Roger, McNamee, Roger. You your venture capitalist and early investor in Google Amazon, Facebook things worked out. You're a mentor, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg for a number of years. It's important part of your story here. You have said that you were once a technology optimist is that's still true today. I am a temporarily in remission and I'm looking for a new entry point, hopefully around five g. or whatever. The next big thing is, hopefully it'll be human driven technology and not human destructive techniques, hopefully for all of us that you're right. Thank you. Franken. Roger team, arguing against the motion to here are four debaters ready to get started. We begin with round one round one. We'll be opening statements by each debater intern speaking. I four, the motion social media. Is good for democracy. Here is Emily Parker digital diplomacy, advisor and former State Department official ladies and gentlemen, Emily Parker..

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"craig newmark graduate school journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"craig newmark graduate school journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"It's time for tweet this week in google jeff jarvis here stacey higginbotham lots to talk about including the time warner at and t merger going through and just minutes before the show began comcast upping its bid for twenty first century fox what does this mean for consumers in the media landscape boss took that what makes a political ad why the new york times has mad at facebook it's all coming up next on twig you from people you trust this is bandwidth for this week in google is provided by cachefly c a c h e f l y dot com this is tweet this week in cougville episode four hundred sixty one recorded wednesday june thirteenth twenty eighteen the back hall gone up bite ya this week in google is brought to you by wordpress reach more customers when you build your business website on wordpress dot com plans start at just four dollars a month and get fifteen percent off any new plan at wordpress dot com slash tweak it's time for twig this week in google show where we talk about the latest news from the google verse joining us from austin texas hostess stacey on iot stacey dot com stay seeing about the i your introduction stir c higginbotham god i hurt myself hi stacey you need some cheers sound effects we also need casey's audio other high like the doorbell just rang so there is barking in the background i tried to sperry all we want we will have parts of real life yeah you know what you're actually really true jeff jarvis from the craig newmark school of journalism e craig newmark graduate school journalism at cuny i'm very very proud to say that we have just renamed our school thinks to it incredibly generous gift from my friend craig newmark twenty million dollars how to assure our independence so he makes alien wreck putting newspapers out of business kicks back a few crumbs so this has been driving this mart people nuts online because if people people repeat that that trope that idiocy he didn't.

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