35 Burst results for "D. Printers"

Inside Look at World’s First 3D-Printed Rocket

NBC Nightly News

01:53 min | Last week

Inside Look at World’s First 3D-Printed Rocket

"Now to our series the new space race in our exclusive inside. Look at something that could revolutionize space travel. It's the world's first three d. printed rocket. Here's jacob board. It wants took thousands of american engineers more than a decade to get something into space. Now this company says it's huge three d. printers can make a rocket in two months. Maybe less we have a fourth generation printer if you haven't talked about publicly yet but it's ten times faster printing than this so instead of building a rocket few slides in sixty days. It'll take six days. Not only can the company make the big parts of a rocket like a nosecone but they can also make all the intricate components of the engines to one zero. The first launch plan for twenty twenty. Two relativity rockets is like a lower budget competitor to spacex carrying satellites for nasa the department of defense and a half dozen private companies at about a quarter of competing launch prices. But with one point three billion in funding it doesn't exactly feel low budget clients. I'm assuming are going to pay you enough to somehow make this all work more than enough to justify it. We make twelve million dollars launch from the customers. We signed up. We've signed up more launches than any other company in history before flying. Ellis doesn't just want to make deliveries into orbit though. I want to put a million people in mars. How far out into space do you think a commercial space industry can take it. It's really about the time line. And i think i liked it very much to back when we found founded the new world with christopher columbus. Yes certainly it'll be government. I dislike the new world was and then it'll transform into commercial. Ancient ambitions built on new

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Wheeler, Phillies Hold off Mets 4-3 to Boost Playoff Hopes

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Wheeler, Phillies Hold off Mets 4-3 to Boost Playoff Hopes

"Zack Wheeler allowed a run and struck out six over five plus innings of the Phillies for three down into the Mets we were as foreign one with a two point six two ERA in nine starts against his former club Brad Miller put the Phillies ahead two to one in the fifth with a solo shot Archie Bradley allowed two runs in the eighth on doubles by Francisco Lindores Michael Conforto and Kevin Pelor Ian Kennedy took over and got the last out of the inning before nailing down his twenty third save I've been in our shoes twenty times in here your car just to make sure that you just go in and out of our do your job and do a quick search you can I just try to pick him up and that the eighth inning printer the outcome puts the Phillies within one and a half games of the NL east leading Braves I'm Dave Ferrie

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Generating SQL [Database Queries] From Natural Language With Yanshuai Cao

The TWIML AI Podcast

01:58 min | Last week

Generating SQL [Database Queries] From Natural Language With Yanshuai Cao

"So tell us a little. Bit about touring and the motivation for it. How did the project get started right. So is this natural. Language database interface is a demo of anguish database interface built. And it's really just putting a lot of our word on some parsing space together. In this academic demo so netra language database interface the from application perspective the pin uses to a law a nontechnical users to interact with structured data. Set is there's lots of inside endure and You know who want to give out change for nontechnical users to to get those insights and from a research perspective. It's a very challenging natural english Problem because the underlying problem is you have to parse pasta in english or had our next languish than convert to see cole. And we all know. Natural language is ambiguous machine languages on bigger after resolve all amputate. He yard a too harsh correctly. Furthermore was different from compared to on other program. Language is the mapping. From adams. To see cole is under specified. If you don't know the schema really depend on what is the structure of schema and so he still model has to really learn how to reason using it. And in order to resolve all that may retail and correctly predicted the sequel and lastly this printer model some. You don't want to just work on this domain one. To work on demand is on databases. You're never seen before. So without st cross domain across database part of it and dodgers very challenging. Guess it's completely different. Distribution wants moved to different dimensions even

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Razer Mouse Security Flaw Can Give Admin Access to Non-Admin PC Users

Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

02:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Razer Mouse Security Flaw Can Give Admin Access to Non-Admin PC Users

"There was a rather disturbing story about how this security researcher was able to take over. Someone's computer t- basically live plug in the right kind of mouse now. This case that happens to be a razor mouse And there was actually a steel series mouse. That turns out had the same problem. But the problem's not with these mice the problems with microsoft windows so. This is an article from. Tom's guide and realize that there was actually a previous article to this. But talk about both of them so chronologically. It's gonna feel weird but just hang with me in the article. Explain both of these cases as we go a day. After the world learned that razor gaming mice could be used to take over windows. Pc's there's news at the same trick. Works with steel series gaming keyboards. Mice headsets and even mouse pads as with the razor mice. It's actually the windows. Desktop application that causes the trouble. That's because it gets system wide privileges during installation without first asking for a system administrators permission. This flaw was discovered by security researcher. Lawrence amer who was inspired by the razor issue. A militias human using or mauer. That's already running on a windows ten. Pc and presumably this applies to windows. Eleven to as a low level user during the installation process can leverage this flock to gain full system control and cybersecurity terms. This is called privilege escalation or escalation elevation of privileges it's when processes or users gained powers. They shouldn't have however. This law isn't the fault of steel series or a razor. Those companies are just trying to get their software and stone quickly. This is instead of microsoft issue because windows isn't distinguishing between hardware drivers which normally don't need admin permissions to install and peripheral related desktop software which should need edmund permission microsoft needs to fix this privilege escalation situation before more problems like this pop up as they almost certainly will. So what can you do about this to avoid having your p. honed by gaming peripherals. Make sure you lock the screen of your workplace. Pc when you step away from your desk home. Bc's are under less threat from this kind of attack due to there being fewer potential users around. But you might want to shut off your pc when you've got a lot of company over to really make sure that this can't happen to your machine log. In as an administrator good system than settings and then about and click on the advanced system settings link this will spawn a box labeled system properties. Select the hardware tab and then click the button device installation settings in the pop up window that follows title. Do you want to automatically downloaded absent and custom icons available for devices. Select the radio button labeled no in apparently next to know in parentheses says your device might not work as expected as you might imagine taking this more severe route might make installing new hardware not just gaming mice and keyboards but also printers headphones. Even usb security keys a bit more arduous although not impossible

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400% Over 4 Years of Coaching With Entrepreneur Clay Clark

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:48 min | Last month

400% Over 4 Years of Coaching With Entrepreneur Clay Clark

"Today we're talking about four hundred percent over four years of coaching with none other than clay clark. And let's just be honest klay because fire nation likes success but they love super success breakdown. What you think the first step to achieving super successes. Well i think the first thing we have to recognize is the the harsh reality that ninety. Six percent of businesses fail according to inc magazine. That's not my opinion. That's magazine will tell you if you look up other statistics you're gonna find eight hundred. Ten small businesses failed forbes. Eight at ten nine hundred ten businesses. Fail dear research tonight folks. Look that up but the first you have to recognize that most people are going to fail by default. So you have to become an intentional person so step one you have to define what success looks like. I mean what does success look like for your faith your family finances your fitness your friendship and your fun and napoleon hill once wrote that a goal is a dream with a deadline napoleon hill the bestselling author of thinking grow rich. You know the personal printers for andrew carnegie. He said that he's a goal is a dream with a deadline. So ask yourself right now. You know i. I have in removing to a forty acre property. Moving to a new building. Moving there i have to ask ourselves what does a successful man cave look like. What does it look like. I'm being serious. I'm telling the listeners out there. This is true a successful man cape books like this three quarters of my beautiful house. My wife has to approve. Of which means that. I will not like it. Because it's going to be boozy transitional and whatever that is but if she's happy i'm happy but then we go to the man cave. This is my family. My man cave has to feel like a dive bar. I have to have rustic. Beat up floors. I've got to have live edge. Would i gotta have a urinal. These are things. That i need jail. These things. i have to have a forty seven foot waterslide but did extends from my waterfall in my backyard. What kind of a successful entrepreneur could possibly do life without a urinal a urinal it's an incredible By the way without having his own forty seven foot waterslide. I'm i'm a forty year old man. I need a forty seven foot waterslide. So but if by default i just met with builders and said well do whatever you think i probably would not have a forty-seven i probably would not have a urinal in my bathroom. My wife would probably not have the existence that she wants. And i would probably not have enough land that i can buy all the yaks llamas and chickens that i want but i want you accent llamas and somebody else listening to says you're sick. You're crazy. well. I might be crazy. I might be a modern billy madison. But the point is ladies and gentlemen you have to define. What are your goals for your faith your family your finances your fitness your friendship your fun and you have to ask yourself. How much does that cost per year.

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"d. printers" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast

Quick News Daily Podcast

05:34 min | Last month

"d. printers" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast

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"d. printers" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast

Quick News Daily Podcast

02:42 min | Last month

"d. printers" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast

"Just totally by chance on the flip side of something like maybe like alpha the uk strain or it was super transmissible but it wasn't even as deadly deadliest delta. There's just something about it where it didn't latch onto ourselves as quickly so we had more time to put up a fight. My point is this though viruses really stupid not great at making more of itself and that's good and bad now. The good news has to do with We're going to be hearing a lot about. Antibodies in the weeks and months ahead is going to be the reason that we get boosters and you know why they say. The vaccines currently aren't as effective against delta. But as you may have heard before. Antibodies are just half of your body's fight against infections. Antibodies scientifically are b. cells. They're white blood cells and those are the things that fight infection right away. It's why if you scrape your knee your knees starts to sting. It's those white blood cells fighting off the contaminants as soon as they get in your body. Those are fast acting and they attack the disease right away because they're in your blood already. You don't have to make more of them they're just there and that's what happened after we at Two doses the vaccine the second one also that we could really pump out those b cells quickly and the levels. They do stay in your blood. For for some time it depends on the disease or You know what caused the b. cells but as you can imagine you're not really supposed to have all that extra stuff floating around in your blood. So they do naturally fade out over time. It's just how these things work and that's why your body the other half which is t. Cells these are like the killer cells. They call them. These do have a memory and these do tell your body to make more of those b cells to fight off the infection the problem is and y delta is bad even for vaccinated people who do have those t cells in that The stronger memory that can make those good. Antibodies against covert is that it takes time. It just takes time to make those in delta have been saying covert this whole time. Just regular Just regular I usually mean delta. The problem with delta is that the spike protein evolved a little. Bit that it's easier to latch onto your cells in to infect them in the first place it happened so quickly that your body doesn't have the time to mount that defense to for the t. Cells to tell your body to start making those b cells in those b cells to find out the infection for some people. It's too late already. And that's why you're seeing the breakthrough cases for delta in not the others as much so to be clear they're both super pivotal in your body fighting off delta regular cova anything else but antibodies aren't the be all end all of your of your immunity of your protection and that's why these vaccines are actually quite good so hopefully all that science talk does give.

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More Corporate Ransomware Victims

Cyber Security Today

01:25 min | 2 months ago

More Corporate Ransomware Victims

"A canadian company that runs several medical clinics across the country may have been victimized by data theft the marchetto criminal marketplace one of the places where crooks sell stolen data is listing the company on its website. The company hasn't responded to my requests for comment. The website has posted copies of what it says is part of what was stolen as proof of the hack. A security researcher sent me one of the documents which looks like contact information between the healthcare chain and and alberta university as if the windows print spoiler vulnerability wasn't enough of a problem. Now there's news. Possibly millions of printers may by hp xerox and samsung have a printer driver vulnerability. That's been around for over fifteen years. Researchers at sentinel labs are urging it administrators and individuals with printers from these companies to make sure they have the latest printer drivers hp issued fixes in may. The report says three hundred and eighty hp and samsung printer models as well as at least a dozen xerox models are affected. The good news is researchers have seen no evidence yet that hackers know about and have exploited this problem to compromise computers

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Chip Shortage Prompts Fake Parts From Scammers

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Chip Shortage Prompts Fake Parts From Scammers

"Semiconductors can be found in everything these days from your coffee pot to your printer your cell phone and even your car. We've been talking on this show. About how high demand during the pandemic has led to a global chip shortage. Will now. it's taken a more dubious turn. Fraudsters are selling fake chips to companies. That are desperate to get the components to complete their own products joining us to discuss. What's going on and what it means for. The company's caught up in it is are asia. Based tech reporter stephanie. Yang hi stephanie. Thanks for joining us. Hi thanks for having me. Tell me about these scams. How do they work. And who are they targeting. Yes so an interesting wrinkle of the global chip shortage that's going on kind of wreaking havoc with a lot of different manufacturers right now. Is that the desperation that people feel trying to get these chips. That are really hard to sign right now is that they're running into fake parts aka parts. That don't work or that have been counterfeited. And so what that means is that they buy apart from perhaps a seller that they haven't tried out before because their usual goto distribution channels are out and then when they received the part they realize. Maybe the markings look off. You know maybe the put it onto their board and it doesn't work results in failure and then they're left with a bad part. How did these supply chains normally work so normal times when there isn't a shortage of chips a lot of buyers buy directly from the manufacturers or from authorized distributors who are licensed to sell chips on behalf of the manufacturer's so the concern about fake or faulty parts isn't as high. Now what's going on. Is that a lot of those channels are not available to buyers and so they have to venture out into secondary markets. They have to find new vendors and with that comes greater

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Democrats: To Mask, or Not to Mask

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:32 min | 2 months ago

Democrats: To Mask, or Not to Mask

"All right. I rarely comment on a photo. But i believe this is the photo of the month. Might be the photo of twenty twenty one at thus far inherit is leased and gentlemen. We've got to put this up. It's precious. It is the democrats in the texas state legislature print. I printed it out in in color. I used almost all the color ink in my printer to put this picture up and the It is of the happy warriors of the democratic senate in texas leaving the states so that no laws can be passed because you need quorums. Two thirds of the members and the re. The biggest reason has nothing to do with politics. Biggest reason i find this to be so important. A photo not one is wearing a mask. If the whole thing's phoney it's been phony from the get-go these people believe in science. Like i believe in. Zeus the us science like they use people. It's all of this. The left uses things. If it's if it's helpful to their power they will use science. They know they will use the scientists that they believe in. Why not wearing masks in in this very confined space of a chartered jet small small relative to ones that they would fly normally from dallas to washington. Dc anybody anybody know why because they know what's a fraud my question of the do leftists know that they're lying is very tough to answer when they say masks necessary and don't wear them. How can you believe that they believe it. Why aren't they wearing masks. It is a farce that you're wearing a mask in an airplane especially given that you don't wear it when you eat see when you eat. The virus is not expel. Its digested

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Microsoft Issues Urgent Security Warning: Update Your PC Immediately

Michael Knowles

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Microsoft Issues Urgent Security Warning: Update Your PC Immediately

"Warning that was issued about a major problem and pretty much all versions of windows. It was called print Nightmare. Mike, I think we need to have some music like print nightmare Bum bum bum bom. Security advisor said that the flaw there you go. That was much better than my bump. Bump. Bump bump, Michael. By the way, there's a problem in the Windows Prince Schooler service hackers could remotely run code to install programs like malware, they could delete data they could create new accounts. And it's not just a proof of concept theory is a critical critical flaw that was being actively exploited. As a matter of fact, here in the studios. I mean, the printers just didn't work because our it genius has said Nope. Until Windows has a fix for this. That's just the way it is. It must be a big issue because Microsoft is even rolling out a patch for Windows seven and they stop security updates for that about a year and a half ago. So we've got all the details about print nightmare over at commando dot com, including directions for patching your Windows PC. You need to do that. 78 10 and also Windows server. Out since the patch was released. Other researchers say that they found another exploit that can circumvent this so called fix. So if Microsoft finds that be the case, expect another patch to fix the problem with this patch that went to fix the other problem with the other patch. Yes.

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CDC Director Walensky Weighs in on Wearing Masks

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

CDC Director Walensky Weighs in on Wearing Masks

"Health officials in Los Angeles county have a new recommendation for mask wearing and it's got people talking in Los Angeles county health officials are recommending you wear a mask indoors in public places whether you've been vaccinated or not the World Health Organization recommends that everybody wear a mask to lessen the spread of the corona virus CDC guidelines broadly indicated if you're vaccinated you don't really need to wear a mask so what should you do CDC director Dr show Lenski says we've always said that local policymakers need to make policies for their local environment she tells the today show those masking policies are not to protect the vaccinated the printer to protect the unvaccinated and in Los Angeles for instance they're seeing an uptick in cases and low vaccination areas bottom line if you're vaccinated you are safe from the back of the the variants that are circulating here in the United States I'm read a folly

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"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:46 min | 3 months ago

"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Mobile tv before. Not all of them successes. May i remind you of qube. Though it's videos have done. Surprisingly well for roku for may twentieth to june third more roku accounts streamed former caribbean content and got in its entire existence to apps that are still there twitter and facebook. They have smart tv apps for multiple platforms. But i don't think anybody considers them wild successes. There's also the success story though you more than one hundred. Twenty million people watched youtube on a tv in the us in december. So amber. you're gonna watch some tiktok on your tv. I pretty skeptical of the future of this to be honest with you. So if i think about how people watch tiktok it's such a personal experience and and also there's so much involved in terms of kind of swiping to the next video and it's very intimate and something you do kind of on your own in in a space where you don't just sit back and relaxing. Grab some popcorn and watch tiktok video so to me. It just feels like again. This is a play to try to take something. That's incredibly popular and make it make sense on a smart tv. But i just don't see it actually being something that really has legs I feel as though tiktok is just a really good mobile experience. And i cannot imagine it going really beyond that. It's funny about that amber. I have a friend who sends me tiktok videos. It's like the way that we text each other now is just like here's one you'll like and there's almost no other conversation happening but i had mentioned to him something about like. I don't know that like make sure you watch this one on your computer. Not your phone. Something like that and he was like what do you mean. He did not realize that there is a desktop version of tiktok. Your log in and your accounts the same ensure their you know maybe slightly different experience. But i'm like. Oh yeah i never watched any take talks on my phone. You know because. I'm sitting at my computer anyway. It's it's an easier way for me to lose an hour or two. So i feel like i might be the target market for the tv. I don't know how much that would be a group activity rate because pages got a log in. It's all it's all about your account. So would you really do that in a group scenario with a bunch of people around the tv. I dunno maybe. But i also thought that the qube qube failure as as its own platform but the content sort of living on on roku is a great example of should have just been a content arm of roku to begin with bill. Build something where. There's a lot of great original content within a platform that's that exists and is thriving. That's how you get people to watch everything. Instead of having to die. I i also think too. There's a physicality again. If i go back to the whole tiktok experience that you don't get with some of these other services like quitting. I mean qube when it launched. It did have sort of longer series. I mean long in the mobile sense So i do think it makes sense within roku but again i still wonder about that physicality of tiktok. And how you you want kind of close so i i just i would bet on this one i think especially with the next generation and also you know do they even have smart. Tv's in their homes or in their bedrooms. It's not something that is all that common. I wouldn't say it's impossible for something from tiktok to be popular tv. Because tiktok is so wide-ranging everybody's tiktok experiences different. You know i. I think of tiktok in regards to like funny korean videos and food whereas other people think of it as travel and other people think of it as skateboard videos and i. It's all different so there. There could be a knee. Sh-she where that works. I have no idea what that niches guaranteeing it. But that's the that's the only thing that might make it worth of like. Hey let's try this and if it catches on. But it's not something where i can look at it and go. Oh yeah obviously. That's that's something that's going to work because it does seem like. It really is just built for a direct interactive experience with people even to use the camera to respond. And you don't have a camera usually on your tv that's true it'll be interesting to see what the evolution of tiktok is to support the larger format experiences. Because it wasn't that many years ago that i felt the same way about you. Like i'm not even even if you could could maybe airplay a youtube video to my tv. It's like what's the point. You know its youtube it's different. It's not bike. Long form content. That i use my tv for a now anything. That's more than a couple minutes. Yeah i watch on my tv. I watch it on a computer. Well some people have the choice. Some people don't but it really depends on what is tiktok offering me if it's some longer form content and a little bit less of like oh you know a trendy dance ma'am and more of a reoccurring series of sorts. Then you might want to absorb it the way. I absorb lots of other episode contact before we proceed. Sarah needed to accept these cookies by fine. Because i want to read the rest of the article. Jeez stop bugging me. You're tired of being asked about cookies when you go pretty much anywhere. That's the publication of some kind on the internet. Well the privacy oriented groups sustainable computing lab and none of your business. That's actually the name of the group have proposed a new. Http standard that would respect privacy setting set inside the browser and then communicate those preferences to every website extensions like consent matic. Tom was singing. It's appraisers t t to meet earlier today. Already tried to do this now and they do fairly well but a standard could make it work smoothly for everybody. The proposed standard is called advanced data protection control offers. Two methods.

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"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:52 min | 3 months ago

"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Mobile tv before. Not all of them successes. May i remind you of qube. Though it's videos have done. Surprisingly well for roku for may twentieth to june third more roku accounts streamed former caribbean content and got in its entire existence to apps that are still there twitter and facebook. They have smart tv apps for multiple platforms. But i don't think anybody considers them wild successes. There's also the success story though you more than one hundred. Twenty million people watched youtube on a tv in the us in december. So amber. you're gonna watch some tiktok on your tv. I pretty skeptical of the future of this to be honest with you. So if i think about how people watch tiktok it's such a personal experience and and also there's so much involved in terms of kind of swiping to the next video and it's very intimate and something you do kind of on your own in in a space where you don't just sit back and relaxing. Grab some popcorn and watch tiktok video so to me. It just feels like again. This is a play to try to take something. That's incredibly popular and make it make sense on a smart tv. But i just don't see it actually being something that really has legs I feel as though tiktok is just a really good mobile experience. And i cannot imagine it going really beyond that. It's funny about that amber. I have a friend who sends me tiktok videos. It's like the way that we text each other now is just like here's one you'll like and there's almost no other conversation happening but i had mentioned to him something about like. I don't know that like make sure you watch this one on your computer. Not your phone. Something like that and he was like what do you mean. He did not realize that there is a desktop version of tiktok. Your log in and your accounts the same ensure their you know maybe slightly different experience. But i'm like. Oh yeah i never watched any take talks on my phone. You know because. I'm sitting at my computer anyway. It's it's an easier way for me to lose an hour or two. So i feel like i might be the target market for the tv. I don't know how much that would be a group activity rate because pages got a log in. It's all it's all about your account. So would you really do that in a group scenario with a bunch of people around the tv. I don't know maybe..

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"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:52 min | 3 months ago

"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Mobile tv before. Not all of them successes. May i remind you of qube. Though it's videos have done. Surprisingly well for roku for may twentieth to june third more roku accounts streamed former caribbean content and got in its entire existence to apps that are still there twitter and facebook. They have smart tv apps for multiple platforms. But i don't think anybody considers them wild successes. There's also the success story though you more than one hundred. Twenty million people watched youtube on a tv in the us in december. So amber. you're gonna watch some tiktok on your tv. I pretty skeptical of the future of this to be honest with you. So if i think about how people watch tiktok it's such a personal experience and and also there's so much involved in terms of kind of swiping to the next video and it's very intimate and something you do kind of on your own in in a space where you don't just sit back and relaxing. Grab some popcorn and watch tiktok video so to me. It just feels like again. This is a play to try to take something. That's incredibly popular and make it make sense on a smart tv. But i just don't see it actually being something that really has legs I feel as though tiktok is just a really good mobile experience. And i cannot imagine it going really beyond that. It's funny about that amber. I have a friend who sends me tiktok videos. It's like the way that we text each other now is just like here's one you'll like and there's almost no other conversation happening but i had mentioned to him something about like. I don't know that like make sure you watch this one on your computer. Not your phone. Something like that and he was like what do you mean. He did not realize that there is a desktop version of tiktok. Your log in and your accounts the same ensure their you know maybe slightly different experience. But i'm like. Oh yeah i never watched any take talks on my phone. You know because. I'm sitting at my computer anyway. It's it's an easier way for me to lose an hour or two. So i feel like i might be the target market for the tv. I don't know how much that would be a group activity rate because pages got a log in. It's all it's all about your account. So would you really do that in a group scenario with a bunch of people around the tv. I dunno maybe..

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"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:50 min | 3 months ago

"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Mobile tv before. Not all of them successes. May i remind you of qube. Though it's videos have done. Surprisingly well for roku for may twentieth to june third more roku accounts streamed former caribbean content and got in its entire existence to apps that are still there twitter and facebook. They have smart tv apps for multiple platforms. But i don't think anybody considers them wild successes. There's also the success story though you more than one hundred. Twenty million people watched youtube on a tv in the us in december. So amber. you're gonna watch some tiktok on your tv. I pretty skeptical of the future of this to be honest with you. So if i think about how people watch tiktok it's such a personal experience and and also there's so much involved in terms of kind of swiping to the next video and it's very intimate and something you do kind of on your own in in a space where you don't just sit back and relaxing. Grab some popcorn and watch tiktok video so to me. It just feels like again. This is a play to try to take something. That's incredibly popular and make it make sense on a smart tv. But i just don't see it actually being something that really has legs I feel as though tiktok is just a really good mobile experience. And i cannot imagine it going really beyond that. It's funny about that amber. I have a friend who sends me tiktok videos. It's like the way that we text each other now is just like here's one you'll like and there's almost no other conversation happening but i had mentioned to him something about like. I don't know that like make sure you watch this one on your computer. Not your phone. Something like that and he was like what do you mean. He did not realize that there is a desktop version of tiktok. Your log in and your accounts the same ensure their you know maybe slightly different experience. But i'm like. Oh yeah i never watched any take talks on my phone. You know because. I'm sitting at my computer anyway. It's it's an easier way for me to lose an hour or two. So i feel like i might be the target market for the tv. I don't know how much that would be a group activity rate because pages got a log in. It's all it's all about your account. So would you really do that in a group scenario with a bunch of people around the tv..

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"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:29 min | 3 months ago

"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"It's live audio clubhouse rival so lots of the new stuff coming. Spotify joint. Operation from law enforcement agencies in ukraine south korea and the united states has resulted in. The arrests of six suspects believed to be involved in the clock ransomware gang. The suspects are accused of running a double extortion scheme where victims are threatened with leak of data that stolen from their networks prior to their files beat encrypted. If they don't pay up first ukraine's cyber police department of the national police confirms it searched twenty one residences in the capital kiev and nearby regions also seized equipment and cash said to be behind total financial damages of about five hundred million dollars news agencies in wa reports that the industrial and commercial bank of china or icbc and the agricultural bank of china or abc. Now let's customers exchange the country's new central bank digital currency for fiat currency at more than three thousand. atm's in beijing. I see is reportedly the country's first bank to add full support for withdrawals and deposits of the digital yuan known as dc ep. Cdc is a state control digital equivalent of physical currency. But the dp is programmable money and not based on a blockchain lot of acronyms. They're kind of one thousand two hundred sixty three cybersecurity professionals from the us the uk. Spain germany france united arab emirates and singapore took part in these cyber global ransomware. Study to measure impact on businesses following a ransomware attack. The study found that sixty six percent of businesses reported loss of revenue. Fifty three percent reported damage to the brand twenty. Nine percent had unplanned workforce reductions and twenty five percent resulted in closure of the business altogether salaries and study also found that eighty percent of organizations. That did pay. The ransoms got hit with subsequent ransomware attacks and about half of those subsequent attacks by the same actors all right. Let's talk a little more about some of these stories Starting sarah tell us what. Xda found xda developers found code in the latest google. Play services beta. Sdk that indicates google's developing a fine my device network using services to code strings described service called. Find my device. Network with the description allows your phone to help locate you and other people's devices you are other people's devices it's just an ap k..

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Google May Be Working on an Android Version of Apple’s “Find My” Network

Daily Tech News Show

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Google May Be Working on an Android Version of Apple’s “Find My” Network

"Developers found code in the latest google. Play services beta. Sdk that indicates google's developing a fine my device network using play services to code strings described service called. Find my device. Network with the description allows your phone to help locate you and other people's devices you are other people's devices it's just an ap k. reference so it doesn't guarantee it's ever gonna be released just that google has at least made a policewoman. We're title and re written description for. Google also has a fine my device app in the play store but it only finds devices that are signed into your google account so this would be taking it some step further but xda points out that there are more than three billion devices running android the majority of which are phones. Meaning google's find my network has the potential to be quite comprehensive. Should it roll out.

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Is Google Developing an Android Version of Apple’s ‘Find My’ Network?

Daily Tech News Show

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Is Google Developing an Android Version of Apple’s ‘Find My’ Network?

"Developers found code in the latest google. Play services beta. Sdk that indicates google's developing a fine my device network using play services to code strings described service called. Find my device. Network with the description allows your phone to help locate you and other people's devices you are other people's devices it's just an ap k. reference so it doesn't guarantee it's ever gonna be released just that google has at least made a policewoman. We're title and re written description for. Google also has a fine my device app in the play store but it only finds devices that are signed into your google account so this would be taking it some step further but

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"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"It's live audio clubhouse rival so lots of the new stuff coming. Spotify joint. Operation from law enforcement agencies in ukraine south korea and the united states has resulted in. The arrests of six suspects believed to be involved in the clock ransomware gang. The suspects are accused of running a double extortion scheme where victims are threatened with leak of data that stolen from their networks prior to their files beat encrypted. If they don't pay up first ukraine's police department of the national police confirms it searched twenty one residences in the capital kiev and regions also seized equipment and cash said to be behind total financial damages of about five hundred million dollars news agencies in wa reports that the industrial and commercial bank of china or icbc and the agricultural bank of china or abc. Now let's customers exchange the country's new central bank digital currency for fiat currency at more than three thousand. atm's in beijing. I see is reportedly the country's first bank to add full support for withdrawals and deposits of the digital yuan known as dc. Ep is a state control digital equivalent of physical currency. But the dp is programmable money and not based on a blockchain lot of acronyms. They're kind of one thousand two hundred sixty three cybersecurity professionals from the us the uk. Spain germany france united arab emirates and singapore took part in these cyber global ransomware. Study to measure impact on businesses following a ransomware attack. The study found that sixty six percent of businesses reported loss of revenue. Fifty three percent reported damage to the brand twenty. Nine percent had unplanned workforce reductions and twenty five percent resulted in closure of the business altogether salaries and study also found that eighty percent of organizations. That did pay. The ransoms got hit with subsequent ransomware attacks and about half of those subsequent attacks by the same actors all right. Let's talk a little more about some of these stories Starting sarah tell us what. Xda found xda developers found code.

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"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"It's live audio clubhouse rival so lots of the new stuff coming. Spotify joint. Operation from law enforcement agencies in ukraine south korea and the united states has resulted in. The arrests of six suspects believed to be involved in the up ransomware gang. The suspects are accused of running a double extortion scheme where victims are threatened with leak of data that stolen from their networks prior to their files beat encrypted. If they don't pay up first ukraine's police department of the national police confirms it searched twenty one residences in the capital kiev and regions also seized equipment and cash said to be behind total financial damages of about five hundred million dollars news agencies in wa reports that the industrial and commercial bank of china or icbc and the agricultural bank of china or abc. Now let's customers exchange the country's new central bank digital currency for fiat currency at more than three thousand. atm's in beijing. I see is reportedly the country's first bank to add full support for withdrawals and deposits of the digital yuan known as dc ep. Cdc is a state control digital equivalent of physical currency. But the dp is programmable money and not based on a blockchain lot of acronyms. They're kind of one thousand two hundred sixty three cybersecurity professionals from the us the uk. Spain germany france united arab emirates and singapore took part in these cyber reason global ransomware study to measure impact on businesses following a ransomware attack. The study found that sixty six percent of businesses reported loss of revenue. Fifty three percent reported damage to the brand twenty. Nine percent had unplanned workforce reductions and twenty five percent resulted in closure of the business altogether salaries and study also found that eighty percent of organizations. That did pay. The ransoms got hit with subsequent ransomware attacks and about half of those subsequent attacks by the same actors all right. Let's talk a little more about some of these stories Starting sarah tell us what. Xda found xda developers found code.

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"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"d. printers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"It's live audio clubhouse rival so lots of the new stuff coming. Spotify joint. Operation from law enforcement agencies in ukraine south korea and the united states has resulted in. The arrests of six suspects believed to be involved in the clock ransomware gang. The suspects are accused of running a double extortion scheme where victims are threatened with leak of data that stolen from their networks prior to their files beat encrypted. If they don't pay up first ukraine's cyber police department of the national police confirms it searched twenty one residences in the capital kiev and nearby regions also seized equipment and cash said to be behind total financial damages of about five hundred million dollars news agencies in wa reports that the industrial and commercial bank of china or icbc and the agricultural bank of china or abc. Now let's customers exchange the country's new central bank digital currency for fiat currency at more than three thousand. atm's in beijing. I see is reportedly the country's first bank to add full support for withdrawals and deposits of the digital yuan known as dc ep. Cdc is a state control digital equivalent of physical currency. But the dp is programmable money and not based on a blockchain lot of acronyms. They're kind of one thousand two hundred sixty three cybersecurity professionals from the us the uk. Spain germany france united arab emirates and singapore took part in these cyber global ransomware. Study to measure impact on businesses following a ransomware attack. The study found that sixty six percent of businesses reported loss of revenue. Fifty three percent reported damage to the brand twenty. Nine percent had unplanned workforce reductions and twenty five percent resulted in closure of the business altogether salaries and study also found that eighty percent of organizations. That did pay. The ransoms got hit with subsequent ransomware attacks and about half of those subsequent attacks by the same actors all right. Let's talk a little more about some of these stories Starting sarah tell us what. Xda found xda developers found code.

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Knowing When to Hit Your Emotional Reset Button

Mindfulness Mode

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Knowing When to Hit Your Emotional Reset Button

"We talk about the self bullying allot here on. Mindfulness mode this self bullying. That goes on these voices in our head they just sometimes are relentless they just keep going on and on and on and our brain and it just feels like oh man i just. I just need this to stop well. Are you receiving alerts in your mind that something is wrong. I've certainly received alerts in the past that something's not quite right. And sometimes i had idea what the alert meant in when i see alert. Well i'm talking about emotions because that's usually what what alerts us. It's our emotions that are the the human body's way of alerting us that something is going on. I've learned that when. I see an alert on my printer. It definitely means something. It's out a paper or it's low on inc. And i know i have to deal with it or else i'm not going to be doing much printing. I really have to deal with that. I can't just ignore that flashing light or whatever that alert is in. The same is true in my car. I once an engine light on a car. I was driving. And i ended up being stranded on a on a four lane highway with the steaming engine and i was just completely stranded there waiting for help. Well that's because. I ignored the engine light. That was telling me. Hey there's a problem and really what it was saying as you may not see a problem yet you may not know. There's a problem there yet but there is a problem. And that's the way our bodies are that you know. We suddenly feel this intense anger or feel pain or we feelings diety or stress. And it's telling us something. It's there for a

NASA Looks to Advance 3D Printing Construction Systems

Innovation Now

01:15 min | 4 months ago

NASA Looks to Advance 3D Printing Construction Systems

"Is working on a system that would three d print detat. A road storage units. Whatever astronauts might need to live and work on the moon or mars is innovation now says additive. Construction with mobile placement project is developing technology to build structures on planetary surfaces using in situ resources. Here's mallory johnston deputy project manager for acme at nasa's marshall space flight center a lot of people when they think of three d. printer sir thinking of the plastic ones that lay down one layer at a time a work on a giant machine that three d prints concrete. The idea is being able to package up a system. Launch it to where it needs to go and then have it set itself up clear the spot and then autonomously build a structure using the materials that you might be able to find on the moon or mars but this technology won't just advance human exploration. Imagine being able to take this system into disaster relief areas and using materials that are available locally build structures like owns roads in just a few

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Should You Buy a Photo Printer?

The Digital Story

02:08 min | 6 months ago

Should You Buy a Photo Printer?

"Printers have evolved over the last few years just like everything else in our industry and there are some pretty interesting options right now. Some of which are quite affordable. So you can get state of the art and not break the bank and i'm gonna cover. I mean the most expensive printer i cover. I believe is eight hundred and ninety nine dollars but most of them are well below that well below that now before we get to the printers themselves. I wanna talk a little bit about die based Printing and pigment based printing. because i'll refer to them when i talk about the different printers. Generally speaking dye based printing is excellent. And it's really good If you like vibrant colors if you print gloss or semi gloss the dye based inks today are just fantastic pigment. Inks if you're someone that likes using your different blacks inks know like you're black and you're gray that kind of thing for gallery type black and white prints Then i think pigment is a good way to go and in fact one of the printers at least one of the parents. I'm going to talk about from cannon. They actually use pigment based Black for the document printing and then they used die based inc all in the same printer for the color print printing thinking that the basing gives them really vibrant photographs really pretty colors but yet that pigment based ink is much better for you know that black that solid chris black document printing so you can get combinations there of to now some folks believe in you know. I think there's data to back this up that pigment based inks they last a little bit longer your prints that could be true to some degree but these technologies are evolving and dye based inks have changed the lottery last few years and i wouldn't decide which printer to go with. Based on that

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A highlight from Episode 76 Juana Barraza and Past Lives With a Martian Twist

Tipsy Tales

03:53 min | 6 months ago

A highlight from Episode 76 Juana Barraza and Past Lives With a Martian Twist

"A way you put it that way. Someone's invading your back door now. They're trying your front door of our my front doors open to go ahead printer hoop and yeah talk just upper front door open. Would you like it in the australian vice. Chancellor dr open. That was an australia without door. Close back door is never open back. Door bolted shut the fuck out. You're welcome have a nice day free breach. Do we got try to make you laugh to team. Which isn't going to make me do it. Worse tried make me. I know you're not supposed to laugh more when that it. Don't scratch your church. Yeah oh my god. So can i just say one time i was in church and an the front pews and i think it was with my mother-in-law sta and my sister in law and we were laughing so hard because this man kept pacing back in ford and his pants were wedged back. Birds watched and the greg of is. But i could not control myself. It was the funniest damn thing. Ever his butt cheeks were paperclips room time. Yes and everytime he'd walk and then you know clinch you could see when it's funny that the most inappropriate things. Yeah in church injured all the time we used to. Oh my god me and my friends my friend can would just turn around. Look at me. And i'd be like without during a funeral it has happened at has wherever it was me. My sisters we're in colorado. I'm pretty sure we were there for a funeral and all got the giggles and it was the most inappropriate time. The timing was bad. yeah it was awful. I thought we were gonna get in trouble so when time okay. I've already told you the whole thing so we have like these assemblies we have they have these assemblies like every year. So we drive to tucson four days at a time. We're in this assembly. It's a really huge like auditorium. This guy sitting in front of us. She's already board. yeah she's already snowing. She's like i find no humor in what you're talking about. So i have my legs across crossed in this direction and my sister has hers opposite direction and her foot is underway for and i'm wearing high heels and pantyhose teams day when we had to penny off with everything else frigging. Joe lie insane

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Should I install optional updates on Windows?

Leo Laporte

02:33 min | 6 months ago

Should I install optional updates on Windows?

"So, um, you were talking last week about Windows updates, and he described it to update the feature updates and the, uh, critical updates. Yeah, yeah, critical of this. Um, just just just this morning, I noticed that there's a third category that they have on here. It's gonna call it optional quality update and I'm wondering if I should download that or not. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. Thank you. Microsoft. Yeah, there's there's feature updates or the twice a year so we're waiting for 21 H one will be the next one. And by the way, because these feature updates have been such a nightmare since 20 Oh four spring of last year. They've actually the last two of this. The one that's coming in the one from last fall have been not so much feature updates as fixes for the previous feature update. So if you've had problems with 20 or four, so many people have 21 H one will probably be a good one to get that should be out any day. Now, then they're also doing cumulative. Updates. Those air, often part of the patch Tuesday. And critical updates. I do those I rode at recommend you do those those come out every month on the second Tuesday of the month and, yeah, we get these optional updates. What they are generally is for hardware drivers. Other things that you don't necessarily have to apply there. No, there's no imminent security threat to not applying them. But I generally when I my plan with optional updates is to wait. Give it a week or two to wait and see if anybody says something like my printer won't work any more things like that. That was the big one. By the way of two weeks ago, somebody called me and said My kiss Sarah. Every time I print to it, I get a blue screen of death and windows. Yes, So did we. It turns out we have a Kia Sarah Lazar. Kiss Hera Rico and a couple other models, Microsoft said. Oh, whoops and fixed it a week later. But that said, that's the kind of thing since it is optional. It's not a security. It's not a security fix it Z usually a hardware driver update. That kind of thing. I would wait. I would give it a couple of weeks. Keep your ear to the ground. People screaming. Oh, my God is that it is terrible. If you don't hear any, you know, complaints that it's probably a good idea to do it. I usually do those because I figure you know you want the latest drivers in general for For your stuff. I wish Microsoft didn't have all these different Categories for updates it zvehr e Confusing. To be honest,

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Finding Your Way Into The Arts with Nico Paws

Jo's Art History Podcast

03:40 min | 6 months ago

Finding Your Way Into The Arts with Nico Paws

"So this is a little bit different from what we normally do. Obviously because it's our history content based on that's talking about either an artist or movement or a building designer jeweler. You know something within the context of our history but also think is really important. That when i was going through my journey i didn't really knew anybody who to kind of want to turn to or to turn to roller on high. People can't have get were the are at the moment. And that's quite an interesting story because everybody comes the artwork Definitely or the creative industries differently. And i think i mean. We grew up in the same house. We're very creative. People and we both love art but in very very different in the skill year where both highways victims yay are totally totally. So the first question as for you personally nickel when you think back. What is your earliest expedience or memory of art and having an impact on you think. I'm probably the story. The law of people who partake in industry as in like we are clears is just as always something now. Is that a love. Join abloh always remember wayne. We made that low magazine and we drill was milan's his this easter shampooed talk show for real people off. We don't tons of bombs printer paper probably we thought we were like geniuses but we actually probably context so we used to always sisters and the. There's actually three of us. Row very differently Eldest sister she actually is. She's not very so interested in are not should cheese. Academic is very academic academic one thing that tends to be will separate kind of thing statistically and then the middle child has to be caned of academic youngest knee case that we so they can do award. So i was like. I'm going to draw cats on these. Yeah thank the dynamic of our sister. Yeah but what we used to do as we a talk shop and the state that we live near so we used to have a an old prom and we would fill it with like toys and print off from our disney print. Should you lose a paper nicole withdraw and then had a magazine say crosswords richaud. I was gonna say that's why aloft because as soon as it felt in my head. But i remember we go at disney magazine and it does not magazine shoots you hate to a line and the impose from yes. I would draw all the tame. Because i just loved like i was always inspired by the animation children's stories i would co people had seen Obviously not exact. But i just remember drawn us milan over and over again and i just remember being unless it was like the front cover and just remember it being on the front cover. It may be like this of mehta who is probably the older pot yet. That's like my for skein of of. I guess what to say are coping desma loan.

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"d. printers" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"d. printers" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

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"d. printers" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"d. printers" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Tom. This is Steve Fan from San. Francisco. I'd like to help you get back in the groove classic genuine air Lou antique episodes of twilight zone. Let's start with something that confused me about mute. You'll recall that in order to develop their children's telepathic abilities, the parents didn't allow them to be exposed to any normal communication. Apparently, normal communication interferes with telepathic communication. However all the parents and the schoolteacher could communicate telepathically and normally. If the adults can do both, why can't the children do both? Adding to the confusion at the end of the episode when ill speaks for the first time she. Loses, her ability to communicate telepathically. But again, the adults are still able to communicate both ways. What's up with that? Moving onto Jess Belle isle. Disagree with Tom About. The. Witch Granny Heart. On the question of evil, Tom is willing to give the which the benefit of the doubt. But unlike Tom I'm not so smitten with Jeanette Nolan's. That I can't recognize. UNMITIGATED EVIL. I wonder if Tom would be so generous if the which head scraggly Hair Missing Teeth Award Honored Chin and the Voice of a frog. In my book anyone who takes souls from people is evil. On, the other hand I'm glad that time gave just failed the benefit of the doubt. Some might say that just bally's evil for enslaving Billy Ben but I agree that it was nothing more than a tragic mistake. I'd like to think that even just fell hadn't been cursed she would've regretted her decision. Unlike the witch just bell isn't evil. Also. Let's not forget that the promises Billy Ben made to Jess Belle his way of enslaving her. In a way billy Ben's enslavement of Jess Belle was worse because he did it merely to use her for sex while jess did it for love. And finally regarding miniature tough guy actor Robert duvall is out of character as the meet socially Awkward Charlie Parks who falls in love with a doll. This is a big standout episode for me because when I first saw it as a child in nineteen, sixty three, I felt absolutely enthralled by the piano song that the doll plays which happens to be Mozart's Piano Sonata in a major. I fell in love with classical piano music from that moment on. And top that I developed my first fantasy of what kind of woman I would marry Sunday. A woman who played classical piano. The story doesn't make it clear why? Charlie. Falls in love with her but for me, it was the music. One of the complaints about the hour long episodes and season four is that they are padded. Miniature is padded with repeated scenes of the doll playing the piano. But in this case, of course, didn't bother me at all. As a final point, I'll offer a piece of Trivia. Mozart's piano. Sonata was written for Piano but in this episode that all plays it on a Harpsichord. It's even more beautiful on piano. Thanks Tom and keep up the good.

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"d. printers" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"d. printers" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"This is jeff from the US against my second time posted and I thought I would message you about. China. The fourth season since that you're working on right now, I was GonNa wait till the end of the season but I could make this comment, which is I envy you for the fact that you haven't seen these episodes before because. They'll be brand new to you and I remember the first time. I. Saw News Zone. And explored the whole. Show in general as I stated before less time I started watching his own in the. Early to mid seventies, guess around seventy, one, seventy, two. When I was about twelve years old but I didn't get to see the fourth season episodes until they were on the SCI fi channel. In the mid nineties around ninety, six, ninety, five or ninety six is one of the first time I saw them. So it was just it is incredible. It was brand new twilight zone to me and their brand new to you and you got some good episodes coming up that you're going to really enjoy They are pad at a little bit but more zone is always good zone for Mesa. You will enjoy a bunch of the ones coming up but let me tell you what happened to me why I'd never saw them because they were never in the syndication package. I started watching zone. It was on reruns like on Saturday morning and then I remember one of the only ones I saw in the middle of the night was stuff at Willoughby and I'll never forget when they shut the back door to that limousine. And I saw willoughby funeral home It was it was great to see the very first time. You see there's nothing like the first time and you get some first time treasures coming up but I didn't have copied my own copies of zone until The mid eighties they started broadcasting it I lived in the Philadelphia area they were broadcasting over network over the syndicated television channel and I started videotaping them. And they were edited really badly. But at least I had my own copies and I could watch them over and then the PBS station in the late eighties started broadcasting them on Sunday nights once a week. But that was the first time I got to see the full uncut episodes. And Rod serling coming attractions at the end of the episode. So I started videotaping those and I don't think I have any of my syndicated ones because I videotape over the ones that I had already gotten but they still didn't do the four seasons, episodes and I never did by the video cassettes that were offered by Columbia. House. But I did get mailings all the time because I was a subscriber to the twilight zone magazine of which I have every copy. So if you need any articles that were in there, I can photocopy them senator. but anyway, I would get these mailings in the mail. Advertising the Columbia House. Sets. But I never purchased them but I did cut the pictures out and use them for the covers of my of my boxes of my video cassettes which I still have a probably never watched him again but there on my shelf here. And they still did not broadcast the one hour episodes. So I had almost every zone. on videocassette but I didn't have the one hour episodes and finally the sci-fi channel and I remember when they went onto the SCIFI channel it was a big deal. They finally got the twilight zone and I was wondering, are they gonNA show the fourth season episodes and Wallah were and I'll never forget the first time I got to see these shows and of course I add them to my videotape collection and I've subsequently bought the the DVD's and the the BLU rays which are fantastic but I didn't get to see the four seasons zones until the late nineties and like I said I envy the fact that you have some really good ones to come up That you haven't seen yet as far as the ones that you've done already. Look at my list here. EPIC. season. Sorry. In his image excellent thirty, five in grade that one is very padded. It would have been a great half hour. It was a little strange but I enjoyed it was kind of a mini movie that kind of had more of a cinematic quality for me. Just, bail I enjoyed very much. I love. I love All of the seven. Stuff they are live here in Tennessee. Deaths ship excellent anything with. with. Jack Klugman is excellent and Valley of the shadow I remember the first time I saw that was when I moved to Tennessee I was staying in a motel and they had the SCIFI channel. So I got to see Valley of the shadow for the first time there. And then he's alive in miniature I haven't heard your your take on these yet I'm still I'm still at the very beginning I think I've only heard in his image on yours, but I just thought I'd send you this message. And let you know that you got something really good to look forward to and I will. Probably send a message at the end of the season wrapup to the season to. Give you my opinion on the rest of the episodes. You're doing a great job Tom really enjoying the broadcast. You have a wonderful day. Take yourself man bye bye. Hi.

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"d. printers" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"d. printers" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Clark reporting in from Texas talked about printers devil. So. Before I go any further I, think I need to have a little bit of A. To the twilight home guys and give a little INFLA-. And calculation. So they were in debt, they were forty, eight, hundred, sixty, one dollars. In today's money that would be forty. Nine hundred and fifty four dollars. The offer that was given for the career of one, hundred, thousand dollars in nineteen, sixty three. Equate to eight hundred and forty, two, thousand, four, hundred, seventy, three dollars, and finally the damage should gazette which was estimated half a million dollars. five, hundred thousand dollars in today's money that would be four, million, two, hundred, twelve, thousand, three, hundred, sixteen. There you go. The other thing I need to talk about forgetting any further in this episode is it's not really a character in the episode but. Man. Burgess Meredith. Cigar that thing was fantastic. I re as one of the things that I remembered about this episode as a kid was that crazy cigar. and. Who knows without that cigar where the world would be today because? The his mannerisms, the way he held it the way he showed his teeth we talked with it. I mean come on were three years removed from nineteen sixty, six Batman and Burgess Mayor Than Star as the penguin and if he was the penguin who knows who knows but Yes. So I forgot how much I actually liked this episode. It's I. Guess it's kind of a cliche story. It's another you know. So your soul to the devil. Story but FOR ME You you know Burgess Meredith that just carries the whole the whole thing I mean. I think the dialogue is witty and snappy. I did notice though. He did say a couple of things that made me raise braise my eyebrow like you know he he mentioned about the waitress was you know something about she's she's quick for being a large one or a tall one or something. Well maybe that's lingo for the sixty S and. Who I don't know. Kinda creepy with with him and the the assistant road hundred neck and whispering something in her ear and who says, oh, that's a little creepy and didn't quite remember that. But you know I forgot how the episode ended So you know them using the using the devil's own machine to to rewrite the future you know. I mean, I guess the devil has things against machines and and you can't fool old bloodhound either. So guess the devil does have some some weaknesses. He you know You know as we say season for you know for a lot of people don't get a love but I think as you dig into it. You know there are there are certain certain episodes that that. Think, are under under undeserved or not under deserve. But just you know not setup as highly as it should be I. Think this is one of M-. It doesn't get in the rotation too much but but man. In. His last performance for me just. Again, he just knocked it out of the park from me. So you know kind of a kind of a cliche story, but you know the the episode is raised up due to his performance. So. Anyway. So there's my thoughts and You know. We'll see what the rest of the season four has to offer talk to you then. Tom.

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"d. printers" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"d. printers" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Haven't really mentioned the character of Jackie. Director. Route Sanski seems to think that badges meredith took his inspiration for how to operate the Linux type machine from that line that she said in that clip, he writes actors like Burgess, Meredith fascinated me with the preparation they brought to their roles. They didn't just memorize their lines. As beulah Bondi one said to me after lines are land. That's when the way begins. I'm sure badges took his cue for how to work at the liner tight machine from one of Jackie's lines. If he doesn't play Chopin's polonaises I'm going to be disappointed. And I do like that about him that when he sits down to the machine, it's as if he's playing a symphony rather than creating a newspaper. So while Mr Smith creators masterpiece. Why don't we meet our leading lady? Jackie is played by Patricia Crowley and she was born in one thousand, nine, hundred, thirty three. So Good Sixteen Years Than Co Star Robert Staling, and she was born into a very working class family in Pennsylvania but it was her sister I'm Crowley who is a fast performer in the family on when ten year old Patricia got a small walk on part in a production of Chicago, that was enough to give her the performing burgers well, and it seems that when she started to work whatever Oh she did. The next one wasn't fought around the corner and she worked steadily in television and movies throughout the fifty s. Now the sixties broads more television roles, even starring role in their own television show called please don't eat the daisies and she kept on Working Right Up to twenty twelve even appearing in popular shows like friends I'm Beverly Hills nine. Oh two one. Oh I think like her Costa. Robert. Staling She does a good job here she is dependable actor and has spiky demeanor around Badghis Mattis Mr Smith is one of the things I enjoy most about the episode. So I think she does just fine in this kind of long suffering role you get the impression and Douglas, winter are in a relationship but one that seems to be in perpetual limbo waiting for things to get better at the paper waiting for circumstances to be just right which they never seem to be. So. We'll the thing that they are waiting for be the.

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"d. printers" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"d. printers" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Paper. So as luck would have a miss dismiss is also a Newspaperman who has just the skills that Douglas needs to carry on publishing his paper. But despite the clever naming of this episode, he's probably a bit to qualify to be actually considered a printer's devil. So what exactly is apprentice devotional? So the wikipedia entry says Printer's devil was an apprentice in a printing establishment who performed a number of tasks such as mixing, observing, and fetching type A notable writers including Ambrose Beers Benjamin, Franklin Walt. Whitman a Mark Twain saved as printers devils in their youth. Now the origin of the term is actually quite interesting because it seems to have been lost time but then are several possibilities are several kinds of legends about where it came from. So I'll read a few of them to you right now. One origin is linked to the fanciful belief among printers than especial devil haunted every print shop performing mischief such as inventing type misspelling words and removing entire lines of completed type. That the apprentice became a substitute source of blame and came to be called the Princess Devil. But English, traditional links the origin of printers, devil to the assistant of defaced English Printer and book publisher William, CAC Stan. And caxtons assistant was named Deville which evolved into devil over time as that name was used to describe or the printers apprentices. So while Mr Smith is probably a bit too skill to be the apprentice more dogs body that a prince's devil usually was that doesn't really matter when you consider what a great fit this title is for the story. Aware Mr. Smith. Goes into the newspaper office is immediately shown to be a master using the line tight machine. Now, this machine that is using, I, think is a work of art. It's a, it's a feat of engineering and when you look at how many moving parts are you kinda wonder how anyone could ever come up with all now in my admittedly brief research into this what we're seeing he is out a tray is filled with letters called movable type, and this is a. Form of what they call relief printing. Now, to be honest, I did start to get lost in the terminology, but basically what's happening here is lining up these letters to form the newspaper article.

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"d. printers" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"d. printers" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Douglas newspaper, the Dan's pay courier is not doing well, Andy Askins a long time employee. Has Just walked out because the newspaper. Afford to pay him anymore. It seems the writing is on the wall for this particular publication, and it seems that Douglas Winter is going to step off a nearby bridge. End At all. But his save, you comes in the most unlikely form. And then Tell you for Matt's. Yeah. Sure. It's lovely night as. Lovely spot to. Spell the Pines. Pity, you have to leave it all. What do you mean? You were about to commit suicide once you. It's none of your business. I. Agree. If a man wants to do away with himself I'd say that's his decision nobody else but. I do think you ought to make a good job of it. This looks very uncertain to me frankly. You might end up with nothing more than a head cold. I certainly wouldn't want to risk it. By the way you find the Matt. So tonight on the twilight zone podcast. We ask ourselves how much we would be willing to pay for success in tonight's episode Printer's devil. Take away a man dream film with whiskey and despair. Send him to a lonely bridge. Let him stand there all by himself looking down at the Blackwater Try to imagine the thoughts that are in his mind. You can't I can't. But there's someone who can. And, that someone is seated next Douglas Winter Right now. The car is headed back toward tongue. But it's real destination. Is the twilight zone. Fast, broadcast on the twenty eighth of February, Nineteen, sixty three written by Charles Beaumont and directed by Ralph's and then ski. So Ralston. Much one of our hardworking directors of the day. But we actually catch him quite early in his directing career. He has three episodes Dr Kildare and one episode of a television show called checkmate under his belt at this point. But he would go onto direct several well-known television shows like star trek the Waltons a many many more. Now, one of the best resources to land all about him is his own blog which you can find at Sanski Dot Com and he's been blogging about individual projects in his career for many years now and I'm glad to say that it still seems to be being updated to this day. And in his entry on printer's devil, he says. The first time I saw that opening was sometime in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, nine when I was still on staff of playhouse ninety. One of my colleagues invited me to a screening of a yet to be add CBS pilots the film was Rod sailings whereas everybody. The beginning of this classic television series I remember being blown away by the film. Little did I realize that three years later, I would receive a call from my agent telling me that her attachment, the original producer of Doctor Kildare who is producing a group of one hour. Twilight zones had put a hold on me to direct episodes of the series. A hold was away of signifying interest without making a fame contractual commitment. I.

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