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Harrison Ford cleared in FAA investigation after plane runway mishap earlier this year

Sports Talk with Jason and Ed

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

Harrison Ford cleared in FAA investigation after plane runway mishap earlier this year

"Actor Harrison Ford has received the green light to fly his airplanes again after an investigation following an incident in Southern California earlier this year. It was April 24th when Harrison forwarded the controls of his plane cross the runway as another plane was about to land in Hawthorne Air traffic control telling Ford of his mistake uniform. Get across that one right now. I told you before old short, you need to listen up. I thought exactly that audio from live 80 si dot net now the FAA, saying the pilot Harrison Ford was required to take a remedial runway incursion training course. The case has been closed, and Ford is cleared to fly like stone.

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Podcasts on Amazon Music - all you need to know

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03:07 min | Last week

Podcasts on Amazon Music - all you need to know

"He, James. Alexa Hay. Day yesterday yes. A Big Day relaunched podcast. Amazon music. who were who indeed where did you launch? We launched podcasts in the US the UK Germany and Japan all the countries in the world. Alexa, how many countries are there in the world according to Wikipedia? There are one hundred and ninety five countries in the world and how many countries have you launched podcasts in all four of them We make a good point I suppose yes. Well, anyway, no show notes at our newsletter. We have all you need to know about podcasts in Amazon music. Audie a significant new podcast studio launches in the UK The companies founded by global media executives and commissions made by journalists, directors, and producers. It's partnered with DAX for ad sales looks big. NPR is now. Schools Smart adds attribution joining over eleven thousand podcasts doing. So the technology helps advertisers understand how well that podcast answer doing. audio. Now, a PODCAST APP has launched in France. The free podcast APP will focus on local podcast content aiming to share data with podcasters. It's owned by prisoner media and M six RT L. They reached ninety six percent of the French population. Each month and eleven publishers have joined launch audio nares already leading podcast in Germany. With six million monthly users it's seen by some as an answer to American platforms. Diese I'd say selector feature which allows you to switch the editorial content of your APP to the country of your choosing maybe or break but you live in Australia you can get highlights of the latest music and podcasts from whatever country he wants. podcast movement virtual has announced a third round of speakers and speech text is a new podcast transcription service based in France. It has a free trial and a pay as you go pricing plan instead of a monthly subscription. Thank you to Amazon music who become our latest gold supporter? They've helped us get our email look Nice on outlook twenty sixteen for which we pay to hire a machine. Tam Amazon clearly how it works anyway, you can support us to at pod. News. Dot Net slash support. And Impalas News CNN and iheartradio have reached election one it's a new co-produced podcast that demystify mystifies the American Political System Good luck with that. Anyway it's hosted by CNN correspondent, Kristen Holmes distributed by the IHEART podcast network and hosted on megaphone plus month short-form podcast from CNN was launched on Omni Studio. Too. Much. To say with Kaley Shaw launched yesterday I may well have pronounced her name wrong. She is a country singer songwriter and she's launching this new podcast. We've bobby bones is Nashville podcast network

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David Soto - The Draw of the CISO Position

Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast

05:21 min | Last week

David Soto - The Draw of the CISO Position

"You need. You've been into space for while Ed you know coming from I think it's a unique perspective you've got going from the. The Sea so to the adviser and back to the sea like that. That's a really unique perspective to bring. What do you think the what are you keeps you going back to the sea. So role not got I. Just realized I said that like, why would you do that to yourself? Why would you do that to yourself? Man. Gun for punishments of. WanNa. WanNa. Continue. It's I always have this leaf than we can. We can still do better right and it's And I hope. That I am Yeah Glutton for punishment because I'll jump in here, I'll do it, and if I can prove, it can be done than everybody should be able to do it and Bhai though it runs me into hey, here can you take over and do this year? Yes. I do watch how lead by example and I think that's where gives me flipping back and forth also the other portion is it helps to get that experience again of being shoes of jumping over and then being adviser and helping others right I, run a seasonal round table here the few guys board members here in Orange County and we have. I wouldn't say crying session, we have normal session every. And we we go over you know what are the latest issues that were having? What are the things we're having to deal with and it's sometimes it's I opening sometimes it's you know some of us are sitting there going yeah. We we did that. Here's how we fix it. But IT'S A. It's always good I. Feel it's my way of giving back. It's it's interesting to to think about that because Rafi, we just talk last episode You know outgoing from C. so to earn maybe one of the previous episode right see. So to advisory role back. I lose track you know and kind of that. That idea you know like Oh, man, I've I've hit retirement but you know that's a fantastic point to bring up of you know when you start going out and doing that other side you lose touch sometimes with what's really going on you know and and all that expertise and all that stuff you have like i. see it sometimes you know in the development side like man all that great knowledge I had of dot net two point Oh you know isn't as relevant anymore these days it. If you're not going back into it, you lose touch with that and now that experience that got you there. As kind of you know is no longer relevant you know you have to kind of. into. that. Yeah and. If you're not flipping back and forth I think they sometimes, you do lose touch of some of it. Right? Not all of it but some it because some of the things that you take for granted like the political issues that we end up dealing with in the role, right you lose touch with not in it for so long. Right and it's how to get consensus across everybody. You may think by time you've been out of it for a while ago. I could have. You just do it this way and it's like now things have changed a little. I think we start asking the questions. Why can't you just do whatever like why is it so hard because I have to have seven indeed meetings before anybody listen to me it's like I think I think goes back adopted together. We used to joke about layers eight nine of the US I model management and budget. Oh Man. Oh, those layers yes we used to joke about that one. Even back. So give you an idea back when I was at some life even riding I'm there I remember I used to have constant meetings and people will be like you just do this and it just works and I'm like, no, you don't realize I have to get everybody on one side Wail and get them actually hitting the whale in that side. So it will turn gradually and they'll just take us time to get there because without getting consensus and without getting the pain for the whale the well, just keep going straight. There's no reason for her. and. That's I feel is one of the biggest hurdles that we ended up over having overcome. That's that's the truth I mean it's. The status quo can be shockingly difficult thing to overcome even in a world where we watched the news every day, and it's some some Some you know exploit don crazy somebody gets hacked. Somebody gets shamed another you know CEO is called before Congress like you think every would buddy would be cybersecurity crazy making it their number one priority and yet. Right. Yeah. No, it's making it. A priority across is just no, it's a they see it as utility right then. That's exactly how they hidden but by so I just like `electricity is in everything that we have in her doing same with security should be in everything that is done and that's how we should be teaching the CEO's and the CIO's and the board. Hey, look we're through everything and everybody's a member

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Pilots report mysterious man with jetpack flying near planes in Los Angeles

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pilots report mysterious man with jetpack flying near planes in Los Angeles

"That l A X flying along, notices something outside his window that has everybody talking tonight, Alex. Don't American way just past the guy after the pilots of two planes reported seeing somebody flying in a jetpack jetpack alongside alongside their their aircraft aircraft on on Sunday Sunday night night at at about about 3000 3000 ft ft in in altitude altitude on on final final approach approach to to L, L, A A X X maybe. maybe. 300 300 of 300 yards or so south Tower. The audio from live 80 si dot net, the FBI telling ABC News it is now investigating. Nobody knows who or what itwas pilots were warned about the danger. You know, it's my

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My Kingdom is not of this World (John 18:36)

Pray the Word with David Platt

06:12 min | 3 weeks ago

My Kingdom is not of this World (John 18:36)

"John Chapter Eight, Verse Thirty Six. Jesus answered. My Kingdom is not of this world. If my kingdom were of this world, my servants would have been fighting that I might not be delivered over to the Jews, but my kingdom is not from the world. When I grade verse that just? Contrast the Kingdom of Jesus and the kingdoms of this world, and it's really a contrast. We see all throughout the gospels. You just think about the differences even as we are in an election season in the United States for those who listen to this podcast and live in the US in the middle of a presidential election and like all the things that are happening that are that are pretty focused on our country in this world. So think about the difference between Jesus Kingdom and the kingdoms of this world like. The Kingdoms of this world are built on like appeasing catering to the crowds. Keenum of Jesus is built on like counting the cost of following him in such a way that the crowds for the most part left that happened all the way back in John Chapter six. The road to Jesus's kingdom is not paved by like political hostility toward people. It's paved by spiritual humility that's counter the kingdoms of this world. Entrance into Jews, kingdom comes not by asserting yourself by denying yourself. Like those who are citizens of, kingdom are not people who show their power like with the weapons of this world. That's the whole point of what he's saying here they're the people who put their trust in God's word. And all of this is right before Jesus is delivered over to be crucified like. Alternately the inauguration of Jesus Kingdom is not set in motion when he is elected. It's set in motion when he is executed. When in the? Next chapters he will be crowned with thorns on his head as he suffers for sin we committed. Cheeses we praise you. As. The perfectly unique. Unprecedented. And a worthy only worthy king. And we pray for the privilege. Of. Being part of your kingdom, we exalt you as king. We Exalt you as Lord. We Exalt you as savior of our sins. We Exalt you as conqueror of. Death. We Exalt you as the one who is syndicated in seated at the right hand of the Father Right. Now, all glory beat your name Jesus our king, we worship you we exalt you we surrender to you. We gladly lay down our lives before you in me say thank you. Thank you for letting us part of your kingdom. Thank you for making us ambassadors. For you the king on a picture that we see in scripture that were embassador of yours representing us, help us to represent you. Well, we pray help us to live according to your character and your word, help us to reflect your love and your truth and your kindness and your compassion gun make more and more like, Jesus. Our King, we pray and We are exhilerated when we think about how you have made us heirs. Of Your Kingdom, how the Holy Spirit as a deposit guaranteeing our inheritance that one day, we will inherit your kingdom. So we pray like you taught us to pray Jesus our Father in heaven hallowed, be your name, your kingdom come your will be done. Your will be done in our lives. Your will be done in our families. Your will be done in our churches. Your will be done on earth we pray as it is in heaven. Jesus we praise you as our king re pray you'd help us to live. Ultimately not for the kingdoms of this world, but for your kingdom. In the name of Jesus our King We pray. Amen. Even as I pray that I want to mention that just finished writing a book actually about how do we glorify Jesus King in the middle of a presidential election so just a short buck called before you vote seven questions Christians should ask before they vote. I'm just so burdened to help. One another glorify Christ with our vote as citizens in this country for those who live in the United States and to do it. Who in in unity with the church told walk through a politically divisive climate in time. Growing together with unity in the church around Christ. So if you're interested in diving into that short book, I invite you to go to radical dot net to find out more information about before you vote and I hope it will serve you well just to make clear in this book I have not desire to support or denounce or even hint towards supporting or announcing update their candidate like my. My name is not really who wins on election day. My name is where you and I stand in Christ on election day and where we stand as the church and not just on that day but in the days thereafter so I hope it will serve you well if you have an opportunity to dive

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What Does A Healthy Rainforest Sound Like?

Short Wave

05:14 min | Last month

What Does A Healthy Rainforest Sound Like?

"Today we're speaking with Sarah, Seti about ecosystem health monitoring using sound. But before we dig into it, let's first look at one traditional method for evaluating the health of an ecosystem. Say you're interested in measuring bird biodiversity. For instance, you might use the point count method where you stand outside for hours on end with a lot of patience and a talented pair of ears. Every single bud you have a closing will you see visually united down what species that was what time you saw it? You kind of repeat that thing over the twenty, four hours a day different house at different locations it's. A super thorough process for monitoring ecosystem health, but incredibly tedious. So Sarah and his colleagues thought you know with all this modern technology, we have sensors, wireless networks. Solar panels there has to be a more efficient way to do this. Can we get something this? So approximately as good as this kind of data, but is completely yours mason methods, recorders uploading audio to the internet straight from the field allowing them to potentially track ecosystem health. In real time, they've set up this acoustic monitoring network in Borneo part of the safe project which records audio continuously, and it is a staggering amount of data. About seventeen thousand dollars so far from the network seventeen thousand. One seven zero. Gosh but it's not just background noise housed in those seventeen thousand hours is a treasure trove of. Impossible for us, mere humans to listen through. But fortunately, the folks Google have figured out a way to sort through all that audio Sarah and his team turned to Google's set a massive data set of sounds that was developed using machine learning Odier says done is it has labeled data for. kind of almost every type of sound that you can imagine that being an so from that a cannon knows the amongst all dog box. There is something that is consistent about old dogs that makes it dog and so it knows the this is one fingerprint, and then amongst all of gloss smashing into, it knows that says finding things the kind of we as humans perceptually consistent in touch the sound. And then fixing them down to one type of fingerprint taking Google Technology, they applied it to their forest recordings, training their machine to create an audio fingerprint a way to kind of identify that forest brew, it sound, and the algorithm they've developed can potentially predict important indicators of a forest health like habitat quality and biodiversity based on it soundscape alone, and it didn't just work in one particular kind of Forest Sarah and his co authors analyzed the audio recordings of forests around. The world they published their findings this summer in proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences What did you and your team show with these audio recordings beyond the fact that yes, the technology worked, what did it reveal about the character and what's happening in these forests? What you see quite nicely full out from all of this is we looked at really Clinton is diurnal patterns so that so of how they annoy a different in how odier consistently follows the same kind of trajectory. Fingerprints when you can start see West season change in weather day. So how evolve through the day as the sun comes off goes down and how that changes the species communities of licensing. That's lovely because we think about days and years and months mostly in relation to light like the sun coming up the sun coming down. Yeah. But you're saying there's like a rise and fall of sound exactly throughout the twenty four hour day that you. You measure? Yeah. Exactly. Unto the point where you can and we did this analysis within the papers that you can just take random piece of audio and you can gas with pretty good accuracy. Our the rodeos recorded that again, is questionable. What's what's the point in time I recall it Kinda. Just shows you the amount of information that's like temporary coded in this audio as well, and you can guess what month is recorded from so. We're GONNA actually listen to some of the sounds that your team has recorded from the safe acoustics website, acoustic dot, safe project, dot net. So these recordings they're all the all uploaded like wirelessly. Yeah. Wow Cova did not live right now, but they would normally be recorded in real time and uploaded. So you'd be able to listen to the forest sounds like an all these different locations right now. So, this very mood setting. The rain at night in an old growth forest. In Borneo. Yeah. He spent some nights under a tent in these conditions. Yeah. I mean this kind of rain is like Gold Senate because most of the time spent doing fieldwork sweating. So when the rain comes in, it's Nicer Wendy and COO. Yeah Music

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"dot net" Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast

The .NET Core Podcast

07:36 min | Last month

"dot net" Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast

"On dot net a few weeks back I said a tweet saying I'm working on a special episode on the evolution of Dot Net and dot net call I'd love to hear your thoughts on where we've come from and where we're heading and what you'd love to see in dot net. Okoye and you can never be on the episode discussing it reach out today. This game a few weeks after me asking a similar thing on link check show notes for details on that I. wanted to get the votes of the folks in the dot net community on the evolution of dot net and use them as a fuel for discussion away we think dot net could be headed humidity quotes. I is a wonderfully succinct court family Angleton look out for an episode with him on a R. Dot net coming soon. and. He says caught for me. Dot Net is a very toolbox for my imagination and creativity close codes I. completely agree with Lee he's managed to hit the nail on the head about dot net's ability to get to the heart of creating a solution to a problem exploring the technology or creating something it's fun to do. You can just get started really quickly. Next. Up is dusted. Metzker you may remember from episode three and he says quote Dot Net 'cause biggest improvement from me is decentralization dot net framework grew in mixed up from one point zero to four point five with very little influence from its users off his ability into its construction don't not only opens the soloist but also exposes the teams and the DEB's involved in each project. You can see the issues filed and the conversations around them most packages follow their own cadence instead of worn massive release for everyone and individuals that don't want to. Project die because Microsoft is an investing in anymore can take the project over and even be endorsed and supported by the dot net foundation cost courts for me. It's been amazing to watch the folks behind dot net move over to open source explain up into components and allow those components to evolve off for the community to continue to support improve which Microsoft doesn't think they could give justice to for that reason I agree with Dustin. Here if you're interested in finding out more about the dot net foundation, I'd recommend listening to episode nine thousand nine. Friend of the show pita show fairmount say so split his car into several points firstly says quote I feel that with Coal Microsoft have finally gotten dot net right personally I think he should have been cross platform years ago instead of depending on the likes of Mona to provide his cross platform user story unquote. Supposing the cross-platform story out of the book's always going to be a tough point for Microsoft but I'm really glad that they have chosen to do it. To Dave Rail back in episode fifteen, being able to run the same code on my windows. Ten Machine Mac os machines on my lennox pace machines was a dream of mine for a long time. Peter goes onto say quote dot net to me is now the genuinely useful for many of the same reasons I was almost tempted to the dockside of no s being free to build on whatever platform I desire and having a super flexible usage model that allows me to automate it from anything and anywhere unquote. They so true an important parallel to draw. In fact, dot net co started his life using Lib. UV. which is the same I o library that node used at the start of its. It was replaced in version zero point nine zero note by the way. I like to think that node was seen as a direct competitor Talknet, which was likely why version dot net used a perfect Jason file similar in format to the package dot Jason found in note projects. Peter wraps up with this point quote. It's taken a long time to get to this kind of level. But when now here and the future is looking very rosy indeed 'cause quote. And I. Agree. The future of dot net is looking very exciting indeed. I asked over on the coating blocks slack. If you don't listen to assure you really should address. Hammett had this to say quote is so much more user friendly and accessible to people now I worked on an original framework project a few months back and boy did I hate to after being used to what we have now regarding project falls specifically say and new get package management I didn't think it was bad at the time but on my goodness do I now close quote. History. Going back to older framework projects can be difficult done a framework does things differently to donate all donate five soon be known those things. But that's because there have been twenty years of innovation and improvement, and we also don't tell software like we used to don't framework was always meant for enterprise level applications which would never reach outside of the Internet but now we have infinitely scalable services being. So from data centers from all over the world is exciting stuff to be sure. Ross also said Grote visual studio community is a very nice thing to have people just getting started, take care and get home and all with open source projects opens. Microsoft is just more accessible than the Prima della I think days close. The free tears of Microsoft's toiling for Dot net development our there in terms of quality with some of the most expensive tools, languages and frameworks although you don't have to use it. Visual Studio really is one of the most feature rich ID's outer, and that's to say nothing of the likes of writer from jeopardize with equally feature rich if not more. Devon goble also from the coding box like added to that with quote, add to that the fact that all of the tooling is decoupled from the ID and the Os and you've got something that is as if not more approachable as the industry dulling that is Java script with a couple of orders of magnitude, fewer files as well and quote whereas Dot net framework development was very coupled to visual studio it could. Be Done with at involving visual studio, but it wasn't easy dot net corey's ID agnostic. In fact, one of the topics of conversation in a future episode with Zach, Brady one of the people. I. Host Tabs spaces with whether don't core code can be written in vim that you'll have to wait for the episode to find out whether it can be done unless you want to install them now and try and find out. Bag also from the coding books like repet- This to say. What we web forums to make applications in. Radway To, we got link so that we could access data without Typos AG. nope. Broken column names at runtime. Three we got NBC to make our Web APPs Lena with more precision. We Cross Platform Talpet leverage our code and skills to fulfill the promise of the original Microsoft Mission Statement Great Microsoft software running on computers every what part of the club I mobile I and five we got open source. So the dot net could experiment with other technologies that might not be important day but could be in the future lex. Mac. Raspberry. Pi on DACA and Cuba Netease. Dot. Net. A full stack means a deaf or a small team of two halves makes yesterday's impossible hard and the hard easy end quote. I agree that everything Microsoft on the dot net community of Dome since the inception of Don that Cole has been driving our applications toward smaller faster applications, which can be booted in more constrained environments. boldy again, from the counting books lack had this to say. Quote I'm a big fan of evolution. Maintain framework projects and it's committed bloated competitive dot. NETCO I. also feel like I'm forced to use vs for those without.

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DevOps and Site Reliability with Matt Watson from Stackify

Programming Throwdown

06:37 min | Last month

DevOps and Site Reliability with Matt Watson from Stackify

"This sort of field and and what serve inspired you to take the leap from whatever you're doing at the time to say, I want to start I company built a company around. DEVOPS and site reliability. Yes. So I am now thirty nine years old just day was my birthday and happy birthday. So thank you. I actually started my first software company when I was Let's see twenty two years old and. Coming Calvin solutions and that company grew really fast it was actually it's weird to think about now but was really kind of on the forefront of SAS software as a service companies in back. Then crap was hard like if we needed more servers like we're racking servers and stolen vm ware and like dealing with all that kind of crap and you know none of that was fun and none of it was easy and it was before the cloud right before aws azure and all these things, and so did you have a warehouse or something i? Mean how did you see we use? A local data center I mean, it was just a lot of can't city data center but you know so that company really grew really fast and in two thousand eleven we sold it. But when we sold it you know I had about forty people that worked for me and it most of that was software development but we had every challenge in the world from you know how to scale this thing the performance and bugs, and trying to build new features, and like we had all the problems as a startup, right? And you know my goal when I when I left there and started stack by was to build a set of tools and a platform that would help developers better understand how their applications are performing, how to troubleshoot basic problems. View errors view log files know just basic kind of day to day stuff, which is a lot of a devops `sorry kind of stuff these days but the problem I had back then and is it felt like myself and the three or four other. Developers that were the most important people in the whole company spent all day long looking at log files and trying to solve bugs in production. Right when we have like forty other developers, but they just didn't have the knowledge, the tools, the security access you know just didn't have all of those things to really help troubleshoot things and we just didn't have the tool. So that was originally the goal was know how do we build a set a tool sell developers troubleshoot basic problems You know so that the lead developers don't spend all day doing it. Yeah. Yeah. Let's try to unpack. I'm pack you. It's actually there's a lot of complexity around. Just getting. Some diagnostics into your hand, right. So you have this data center. Now most people are using aws. Let's say you've rented out a portion of the data center and you have some servers on it. How do you go from one hundred, thousand, ten, thousand machine serving some website to? Being able to look at something on your computer and say, Oh yeah, this this is bad. This log line is bad. How how does that end to end process look like? Well so all of these things have changed a lot over time right and used to be you know developers and system administrators would would set up all these machines and have a load balancer and you can log into the server and. Of course, you have all the DISA- Curie access, you know concerns with all those things right. But now you fast forward to today and like servers aren't even thing we have containers or we have server less applications and you now you're deploying a container somewhere and there's one many of those instances of that container and yet to your point of like. Well, how do I get the log files off of a container? Break it's it's like there's more and more levels of abstraction from you know developer or anybody on it to troubleshoot these things. There's multiple layers of automation and abstraction and all this stuff which makes it more and more difficult to troubleshoot some of these things because we use Microsoft azure stack by and we were really trying to troubleshoot something and I had to figure out how to SSh into a container that was. Am by the one I I'm an old Microsoft developer basically who eats every hates everything command line related. and. So I'm I'm not an old dog and I feel like an old dog now being forced to learn this Cuban eighties in all this stuff and Lennox. And I'm like God the is. So can I just like already pee into the box and like trouble shoot some things it'd be a little easier but you know the only way we get access to these things today is to get all the data off the servers right so like log data we gotta get the logging data off of the servers containers, the server lous APP whatever type of APP it is wherever it is wherever it's deployed you've got to get that data off of there and get it to you know A. Centralized. Logging solution which there are a lot of those backfires one of them we centralize logging, but there's things. Or all sorts of solutions that you can throw all of your logging data into elastic search, another popular how how does that work? So someone wants to use any of these. Let's say Stack Affi-, they built some docker container that has their their their website business logic, and then how did they connect that to Stack Affi- they? Right As. Part of their code like you have something in every programming language. So using say see boss boss or or no gas or something they have to have some line that says you log this Daca fi like how does it? How does that work? Yeah most developers in their applications use some form of standard logging framework, right? So in dot net that's log for Jay in its nausea since it's Winston, you know dot net it's in log log frenette are. So there you know they use these standard logging frameworks which help you decide if you WANNA logged the disc or log to. SIS LOG or windows event viewer rolling files on Disk, and all these different things right and so most most of the way you do this is they sport different targets or penders that are seeing the call different things. But basically, they're like extensions that allow you to just change your convict file to say you know what I want to send these this logging data to this third party source now, which could be stack or whatever the thing is right so It's usually a small configuration

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BRIAN'S ALIVE! - and he's going to release a new bedtime stories podcast

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03:05 min | Last month

BRIAN'S ALIVE! - and he's going to release a new bedtime stories podcast

"Boys Girls S Brian, blessed here with another bedtime story. Yes. Best known for playing Prince Voltaren in the Flash Gordon movie actor Brian Blessed is to do his first podcast at bedtime stories podcast. It'll be released early next month with UK Broadcaster Union Jack Radio Feud night sleep tight. Job led the Brian. Try, and digital has released their latest US podcast rancor. The top ten networks top five podcasts are unchanged. Total downloads were up one point one percent the rancor only measures participating published has. Bryant by letter poster. Super. Interesting and very technical pace about reporting ad impressions on podcasts. Particularly what's actually possible and how useful and IP address actually is sink floor, which offers music licensing for projects. Including podcasts has partners with Gio sovereigns, artist originals. Aj Feliciano has been named head of the Roost Roost Tapes podcast network congratulations to him, and if you help podcast is published their shows all work in support for a podcast host, you might have wanted. Is Google podcast getting this podcast feed from we wrote a Google podcasts are helper today designed to help answer that question at last you'll find links from our show notes and newsletter today. Thank you to for becoming fifteen thousand newsletter subscriber yesterday. That's a nice big number as seventy, eight, thousand, two, hundred, and five, which is the monthly users on our website and six. Thousand Eight, hundred, sixty, four. That's you. That is the amount of monthly listeners to our podcast that's exciting and thank you, and here's to the next fifteen thousand. That's celebrating fifteen thousand subscribers. With free pulled news laptop stickers, send your postal address today and the code word podcast to editor at Pod News. Dot Net I'll get some stickers out to you have to do it before eleven fifty, nine pm San Francisco time tonight. That's Friday August the twenty first and if you missed any of that, just hit the rewind button because that's how podcasts work you know. Anti podcast news the Parkinson's podcast from the Michael J. Fox Foundation has been relaunched as a monthly show presented by broadcaster Larry Gifford. Larry also presents when life gives you. Parkinson's a personal journey into the condition he was diagnosed with three years ago. This week he's a top man as well. Oxford road presents has launched a new series divided states of media launching in partnership with the National Institute. For civil discourse, it's focused on the current state of media against a backdrop of an increasingly polarized populous and the pod news podcast. is now available on Ghana. We linked to every podcast directory in and how to submit yours too, and

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Microsoft's 0-Day Folly

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06:10 min | Last month

Microsoft's 0-Day Folly

"But. At some level if you can get a lot of them, that's aggregated value. It's it's not good. Speaking of not good. Last week's patch Tuesday. When when zd net subs up We've patch Tuesday saying Microsoft says attackers have used a windows zero day to spoof file signatures and another Roku Remote Code execution in the Internet explorer scripting engine to execute code on. USERS devices. We need to take a closer look and actually those two things are the subject of the podcast that we will get to because. It's just hard to believe what a closer look reveals. But we have a hundred and twenty new flaws. In Microsoft's software fixed last week making it the third largest patch bundle of all time topped only by each of the previous two months with good and July, weighing in with one hundred, twenty, nine and one, hundred, twenty, three fixes respectively. This month's bundle carried a bit more urgency than usual. Since one of those seventeen flaws which were classified critical was zero day underactive attack at the time of the updates and one of the remaining more than one hundred flaws rated as merely important was also a zero day being exploited in the wild and publicly disclosed. So not even secret. The first of the two is titled It's e Two, thousand twenty, thirteen, eighty scripting engine memory corruption vulnerability being scripting engine problem. We should not be surprised to learn that the source of the trouble is e eleven. It was reported by a researcher at Kaspersky lab, and since it could be invoked by a militias office document, the belief is that it was probably spotted being used in fishing campaign. Microsoft. Had this to say about it. They said in a web-based attacks scenario, an attacker could host a specially crafted website that is designed to exploit the vulnerability through I e and then. Convince a user to view the website. An attacker could also embed an activex control marked safe initialisation in an application or Microsoft Office document that hosts the I e. rendering engine. The attacker could also take advantage of compromised websites and websites that accept or host user provided content or advertisements. These websites could contain specially crafted content that could exploit owner ability in other words. Anything, that puts content. On a website that is able to evoke I e which we know they can. Can. Can do this. So keep this in mind when we get to the other end of this podcast because. It's unbelievable what the history of this is. So that remains a threat to anybody who hasn't yet applied last Tuesday's updates to their installation of windows ten. So obviously, it would be good to do that the second zero day despite being actively exploited in the wild and publicly known is only rated as important, which seems odd since it is CV twenty, twenty, fourteen, sixty, four and labeled someone innocuously as a windows spoofing vulnerability. Okay I suppose the scale of the problem should relate to what's being spoofed bugs description will catch your attention because it allows attackers to spook the identities of other companies when signing digitally signing an executable. Now, that's the way the press covered. We will get to the details a bit later and Microsoft's words. They said these spoofed signatures could allow an attacker to bypass security features. Intended to prevent improperly signed files from being loaded. Now, all of this is a bit of misdirection because the signatures are actually not being spoofed as we'll. We'll exp explain that later. So this too is not good but. Will cover the details at the end beyond those two day those two zero days. Five of the other critical bug fixes are for Microsoft's Windows Media Foundation, the multimedia framework and infrastructure, which has been used to render digital content ever since windows seven and since windows server two, thousand eight. In these cases successful exploitation would allow an attacker to install militias south ware manipulate data, or create new accounts. And among the rest because again, we had one hundred and twenty to choose from There's also twenty, two, thousand, ten, forty, six, another nasty one in the dot net framework affecting versions two point zero through four point eight. It's a remote code execution flaw. In the way dot net handles imports. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability to gain admin level control of the vulnerable system. This vulnerability would be exploited by uploading a specially crafted file to a web APP, which is, of course, not a heavy lift these days there's all kinds of Web APPs that are saying you know that that involve uploading user submitted stuff. This allows that to be exploited. So as always don't wait too long before

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Call of Duty 2020 Teaser Site Updates With Cold War References

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04:30 min | Last month

Call of Duty 2020 Teaser Site Updates With Cold War References

"Call of duty twenty, twenty teaser site updates with cold war references and code to unlock a door in warzone. Keep in mind. The next teaser takes place tomorrow August fifteenth. Now, all the official reveal of call of duty twenty twenty has yet to happen. It's teaser site now features cold war references a hint of things to come and even a code that unlocks get this a door in call of duty warzone. What is his store? Where is it? What are the numbers? We got all those juicy details in this article if you over to pond takes pawn dot com slash TV you'll be greeted by old television set VCR, phone, Chesapeake, and computer. If you're wondering the videos here if you like I need to show notes. News Gadget, Dot Net, and then you could just click on the article. You can click on link we'll take you there The, TV displays static. But if you click on a VHS tape above the VCR with nineteen, sixty, one, sixty, two. A video appears onscreen with real life footage of JFK space race, the civil rights movement to Cuban missile crisis the crisis and more as the video continues to play certain numbers will flash on screen including thirty seven. Twenty five in forty eight additionally, the VCR will occasionally flashed a text. WBZ Hyphen H, six, hyphen, four, nine, two, eight, five, one, six, three. At Charlie, Intel on twitter followed these developing teases closely and it was discovered that the h six in the above code was a reference to the farmland location and call it duty warzone players including procedures key use the code from VCR that being four, nine, two, eight, five, one, six, three on a door farmhouse had a keypad and it hit a secret room with further clues. Where did it go? Oh While let's find out. Here it is. He founded. Punching numbers. Where is it going or it Golan? Let's take a look. The door opens. Are Som-, and that's all I can show. I know I mean. But this is I can't I can only show so much Some of the documents found in the room included a list of chemical components and Chemical compounds sorry and references to W-a-n-n-a, which was a US counterintelligence program that helped decrypt messages from the Soviet Union. There are five by five mattresses that use to decipher these codes and they make reference to other warzone locations including quarry born bone yard, and prison. Furthermore, two codewords. Zephyr in Trident were written on two of the documents and if you're wondering, do we have the documents? Yes they are eight here. Blow the TV. There is a sticky note that has tangled web an EMC to written on it, and if you go to those associated pages, it takes two to other pages with more INFO. And it's interesting. Know your history. It has been revealed. Arrested document has been redacted. All we got on day two. There are four more redacted lines possibly stating what we getting a new clue everyday until potential reveal possibly of Kala Duty Twenty, twenty on Wednesday August nineteenth. No Way. No Way I'm looking at this on Article Interesting interesting interesting while we officially are still wondering what in the world is going to be going on with call of duty twenty twenty. We do know one thing it is being developed by TRIARC and Raven software and will integrate with call of duty warzone. So. See. What happens what do you guys think? What are these clues? What are they trying to tell us? Where is this going to go? What kind of information can we be expecting at us? Even, know.

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Joss Stone launches 'A Cuppa Happy'

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02:57 min | Last month

Joss Stone launches 'A Cuppa Happy'

"PODCAST host Red Circle has launched a new automated ads platform that makes it easy to buy host read ads on thousands of podcasts. We've simplified the buying experience in what has traditionally been a very fractured market CEO. Michael Cayden. Congratulations to the pod fest global summits who claim that they've just hit the number that sets the Guinness World Record for largest virtual podcasting event in a week, here's a fun Friday facts for you. The Guinness World Record for the largest glass of orange juice was set by podcasting robed greenlee way back in June one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, it measured two thousand three hundred thirteen litres. Here's a TV report from the day. This is. The huge glass of orange juice from the Florida, citrus people, and this is rob. Greenlee tells you give a message here with this big glass Oj don't you? Yeah. Our messages to drink more orange juice drink more issue's defaulted Poltrak have released that top twenty US podcasts for July twenty twenty surprisingly cereal has risen from below the top fifty up to number eleven because of the publicity surrounding the New York Times purchase of cereal productions May. Occur. Only measures participating publishers. Semi box is a new podcast studio setup in Nairobi that lets anyone record a podcast come in record within twenty four hours. They'll send you a finished version to share with the world according to an interview with Polar Roca. Timber media has interviewed me show Yussef the producer of the missile Obama podcast Gaffey is now integrated into headliner to allow you to add stickers and gifts to any social video you make of your podcast and Hey James it's me Alexa. EXA wants to know another thing my masters at Amazon want you to do in your podcast according to their terms and conditions. Let's talk about incontinence three. After if you mentioned incontinence products in any advertising in your podcast, whatever it is, they won't tell me then you can't have more than three ads every day, but I'm just appalled Kosta. How would I know how many ads people have heard and sorry I can't help with that point and thank you tearing Newsham a CO founder of ignificant noise for becoming our latest personal support with grateful for many personal support zoo. Help US produce poured news every day you can join eric at news dot net slash support Any podcast news happiness. What is it? How do we find it at? How do we keep it once we have? Singer and Songwriter John. Stone. has launched her own podcast at copper happy which launched on Monday featuring interview with illusionist Darren Brown and smokescreen faked priest is the story of Father Ryan Scott who was accused of swindling millions of dollars over thirty years new from neon hum media. It launched yesterday,

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Amazon changes podcasting terms: delivers worse option

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03:02 min | Last month

Amazon changes podcasting terms: delivers worse option

"Hello it's Alexa. Hey, I got rid of that non-disparagement close from our podcast terms and conditions here at Amazon in the really good news is I've replaced it with something far far worse James Yes oft Paul News reported this on July. Twenty Third Amazon has apparently drops the condition. In order to be on Amazon Music audibles upcoming podcast service, you couldn't criticize. In any way, according to the desk, that portion of Amazon's terms has now been quietly removed. However, we took a look for what is being replaced with appears to be much more restrictive. You'll find all the details in show notes and unused data today. PODCAST radio has teamed up with crowd funding platform procedures. The UK radio station and Digital Audio Platform was privately funded for its launch in February and to celebrate its fast growth and further expansion plans. It's inviting members of the public join in by owning shares in the company. WHO's the number? One podcast in the US media monitors has released the US top twenty, five podcast Rancor Edison research released their own earlier this week both based on audience recall both measure people rather than downloads though media monitors uses research undertaken over two weeks in June while Edison. Research is research took twelve months ending June twenty-fourth. Anyway both have the Joe Rogan experience and number one and the daily at number two, but forty percent of the shows and the top twenty five don't exist in the other top twenty five. That signed behind. You might be worth money amount from. SEATTLE. Has paid three, thousand, two, hundred dollars for a podcast sign made famous on the my brother, my brother and me podcast. Or funny is now integrated with Zappia allowing you to automatically starts processing your audio with all phonic as soon as it's turned into a dropbox folder and even to have Meta data and podcast academy has their August social today from five pm. Eastern it's a virtual events we might pop in for coffee we're up in time. Thank you to US EP overcoming our latest supporter the runny. Company is based in Raleigh North Carolina in the US and they make it easy for you to make a podcast market a podcast and monetize a podcast. You should join them at palled news dot net slash support. And it Paul Cost News and to comes radio DOT COM has launched battleground America at daily podcast diving into the twenty, two thousand and twenty presidential election in the US army that's happening this year new and factual America's twenty six episodes strong and is cast focusing on the country that affects us all wherever we live. The United States are passion lies in unearthing and supporting American stories. The company says told through the Lens of documentary filmmaking

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Will the Coronavirus Create a Data Breach in Your Company? with Jodi Daniels

Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:41 min | Last month

Will the Coronavirus Create a Data Breach in Your Company? with Jodi Daniels

"Jody. What's up to fire nation and Shears at the interesting about yourself that most people don't know well how lo I am so delighted to be here with everyone and thank you for listening. So for the what I don't know I'm going to be. It'll be fun. So here we go. Does anybody have a map anybody? Maybe happen to know how to do this? I don't know if you can tell this is me. Pretending to know so little singing from my favorite Broadway show. Dear Evan. Hansen. Racing Beijing I will tell you this two, thousand, five, hundred, eighty, four episodes in. You're the first person to sing on the show I am just to the moon jody. Two different. So there. Is. Oil Is Enviro. Nation when we're talking about will this corona virus creates a data breach in your company and we've brought Jordan on the Mike. We've talked a lot about in the introduction, what we will be sharing throughout this episode. Bless just diving. There's a lot to get to a lot of really important stuff for you nation. So please take some notes. Notes, what are some clues jody to identify what a phishing email is? Yeah. There's there's a couple and you know just to make sure everyone knows what fishing is fishing and there's all kinds of other fancy words. It's now come to text messaging. It's like visiting and swishing and I don't know put a bunch of letters together and make it s shing. What happens is I'm impersonating it looks like I'm a real email, but in actuality I'm not I'm kind of spoofing another fancy word somebody else and. In the last couple months, it's been up three, hundred, fifty percent. It's a tremendous problem in. It's one of the easiest for a bad actor, a threat actor to try and take advantage of. So one of the very easiest places is to look at the the sender. It might say a name that you're familiar with, but you can look at the actual you are l. of or the email address of the sender in. You can tell like, CDC, Dot Gov Dot Org. There's no dot org at the end of DOT GOV or if it came from Amazon prime, it's not gonNA. Come from Amazon prime at comcast dot net. So you look at that particular one, and if the emails a little sketchy, you're not sure a highly advise you use the reading pain in most email providers to be able to look for some of these clues, some of the other ones. Ones are poor spelling or grammar. Most emails don't just say, dear, customer, they're gonNA say on. Dear, jody, they're going to personalize it. If you got just dear customer, there's probably a phishing email again, the U. R. L. and you can also look in the footer because they might change the logo. They might change the address. It doesn't look like the standard footer that you're used to getting. There might be attachment if you get attachments or links on these things, do not doubt open the email don't click the attachment. Don't click the link. That's how they get all the malware onto your computer, and the other big clue is going to be if there's an urgent need or threat like must act now open right away, call us within an hour something like that. Most. Places that are going to need urgent information are not going to do that. They're going to call you. They're going to other methods or they're going to say log into your account and they wouldn't even provide the appropriate link. They would just say go directly to our website and go do it. So those are going to be some of the really common places to be able to identify a phishing

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Wonder Media Network signs with WME

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03:11 min | Last month

Wonder Media Network signs with WME

"Welcome to the New York Times Company Second Quarter Two thousand twenty earnings conference call. On the call today, we have married. It's cope it Levian executive vice president and chief. Operating Officer last. We acquired cereal production. We've also entered into an ongoing. Strategic Alliance with American light among other things will tell the American life podcast advertising. Next year New York Times CEO in waiting meredith cockpit. Hitlerian with the news of the company is to sell ads within this American lives podcast from next year. She also said that the daily has an average of three and a half million daily listeners few more than this podcast. The female founded and led podcast network. Wonder Media Network has signed with talent agency, w. m. e. to help the network expanded into books and television w emmy already represent pyrex rusty quill crooked media and Malcolm glad well answer Elton John. Lipton's CEO Chris Spencer has resigned. It worked at Lipson for fifteen years and we'll stay on as a senior advisor to the company. Last year bonus payments to spend. So was cited as one reason for a revolt by minority shareholders the settlements last October installed a number of new board members who's been publicly critical of the company and none of those are quoted in lip since release. Google. Play Music's podcast portal will no longer accepts new podcasts quote in the next few weeks according to an email from the company they'll be removing it entirely later in the year, you should be using Google podcasts manager instead the podcast academy holding August social a weak today via zoom, of course, meanwhile, new research into share of audio listening in Australia will be unveiled on August twenty sixth you'll find links. To both of those Paul's dot events and expanding yet further specify a hiring for a head of audio books. Is there anything that company won't touch a thank you to the podcast engineer for becoming our latest supporter based in Atlanta in Georgia the podcast engineer does podcast editing mixing and production so you can treat your listeners to quality audio you should be like them at hot news dot net slash support. And Impalas News Memory Lane with Kerry God limo interviews, different guest every week like Romesh Ranga Nathan Jo brand and. A Kosta talking about their five favorite photographs one. If you use the entail APP, you get to see the photographs as well. Also interactive with the tail APP is making the cuts with Davina McCall Michael Douglas. Not. That Michael Douglas presumably it's a podcast like trip advisor feel life apparently and just a little prick podcast with Pete Wiggs, it's all about two twos obviously and scientists using world of warcraft to learn how to fight covid nineteen that's according to wild wild tech which launched. Yes. Today these are the stories about your favorite tech companies that are seldom told they

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Colorado kindergarten vaccinations were up pre-pandemic, but officials worry for coming year

Lewis and Logan

00:44 sec | Last month

Colorado kindergarten vaccinations were up pre-pandemic, but officials worry for coming year

"And officials I know are that concerned others the current health crisis could reverse Don't the progress agree with this, of state but I is made had on vaccinations. pretty much thought. You know Has what? been a drop He'll come off back in the this number year, of vaccinations and for kids he'll since be the an pandemic above average began, tackle. I might state not be an elite epidemiologist tackle. You Rachel paid Hurley, him like He an warns elite that tackle. this could You lead paid to him the another most. crisis. These Of declines that we've any observed right tackle in in pro vaccination football history rates do in his put contract, us at risk for But another opt public out Maybe health maybe crisis, there's some potentially underlying above medical and issue beyond that the we're unaware Kobe crisis, of. Your Buddy B. K one says in which that seriously our preventable Broncos diseases insider like for the measles station said and pertussis that he can was told research. Wilkinson Tomorrow, will be The ready Thornton to go Fire by the Department time is they're going in to be Pat's. providing free Yeah, covert that's 19 that's common testing knowledge has from been 8 out a.m. there for to 1 the past. p.m. Three weeks. At the city Yes, of Thorin he Infrastructure wanted you to maintenance know that Center, 126th She ate that, and East Lake Avenue. You Um, do have to pre register go to just go it's funny bot Tweet. dot net Funny slash tweet right Cove under Mick in 19 my testing. classes. Ah, So

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Apple still #1: podcast listening via mobile apps

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02:56 min | Last month

Apple still #1: podcast listening via mobile apps

"If you thought apple was under pressure from spotify. Lipson. The largest paid podcast host in the world says otherwise from their official PODCAST, the feed, Pero, Walsh, the big dog in aggregate are APPs is still apple with apple podcast and itunes coming in at sixty eight point two percent of all downloads for June, which is up a bit from April Sixty six point five. So. Yeah. The death of apples podcasts is been greatly overstated. Another stat from Lipson is the only not point two five percent of podcast to listen to on a smart speaker. Tom. Webster. Has Thoughts about that. We linked to them from our show notes and newsletter today. For advertising how well do podcasts convert pod sites has posted their conversion benchmark reports based on one point two, billion Ad Impressions from twenty eight, Million Dollars Worth of advertising podcasting convert significantly better than social media they say an embedded ads were twice as well as dynamically inserted ones. Dylan, pugh spotify's former head of podcast monetization in London has launched his own sports and lifestyle podcast company Komodo launched at the end of July the first podcast is all about themselves Komodo the startup journey, it's hosted on Spree Cup. Pot chaser has added the ability to connect your twitter account to discover new podcasts and friends listen and audio production company London is looking for podcast producers. You'll find that pod jobs dot net ads ways has added additional targeting for podcast advertisers who use their programmatic advertising platform podcast Garden, company that promised free. Unlimited web hosting has surprise suddenly gone off line the company last posted on twitter or facebook in. December. It hosted at least two hundred podcasts. Arabic podcast platform podium has to seed funding round of Eight, hundred, thousand dollars. They've launched ten new shows which will be exclusive to podiums APP for the first two months and podcast. Makes podcasts out of news websites according to a writer willing to. And in Paul Cost News here's Conan. O'Brien guess what my podcast was not supposed to come back until September. But surprise my new season starts this Monday August third today podcast junkies interviews. Dave. Zohrab. From charitable and previously on we fakes space junk and so left leftovers flirting helpless and space. We fix space jam returns on August. It's a comedy fiction podcast recorded entirely in lockdown and parts of the fable and folly network,

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EPA aviation climate control proposal

Airplane Geeks Podcast

03:55 min | 2 months ago

EPA aviation climate control proposal

"First story comes from manufacturing dot net US says, it will adopt gradual climate standards for aviation. That's a line that kind of sparks some interest. Given the history with maybe the the European views of airplane emissions compared to. Well, the United States and some other countries as well. So what we have here, his the EPA, the environmental. Protection Agency has proposed new aircraft emissions regulations he and some people are criticizing them in other applauding them. Well, this proposal adopts the twenty seventeen emission standards from. The International Civil Aviation Organization. So Boeing and the Airlines for America Trade Group welcomed the proposal. Meanwhile environmental groups and even the EPA itself said that the proposed regulations would really have no meaningful effect. This is. Kind of frustrating I. Love Our current climate where we? Excuse the Pun where where the regulatory agency issuing the regulations is saying it's probably not the best thing that we've done, but here it is anyway I just. Kind of exasperating. Well, it is. It is the representative from the center for Biological Diversity. Had An interesting comment. that. Rip said they are literally just ANTIBAC- sliding provision. They don't require anyone to improve. They just say when doing stuff don't make it worse. Yes, but then you get credit for having done something even if you didn't well, I also that that I think that's the motto of Tonight's episode is we're doing stuff. Don't make it worse. Well, we should mention how much they are planning to reduce it They said that they plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions for new aircraft by four percent over twelve years. So that's one percent what every three years. I don't know from just kind of engineering standpoint. That's very, very really little improvement in efficiency and I would think that just by occasionally burning a little biofuel, they can nail that one, another perspective I, it comes from the hill which reports that an analysis from the International Council on clean. Transportation. Found that most airlines in the United States covering more than three quarters of Asian demand already meet the K. KO standards. So, we don't WanNA get into politics. But here, here's some proposed regulations that. You know one group of individuals say don't have any teeth whatsoever. Their lines for America a a is commenting that this is nice. Balanced approach that kind of Addresses all the concerns but So. There we have it. It is just a proposal. I, don't know what the process is to Go forward with this, but it is a proposal, notice a of no, our PM's NPR 'em no. Yeah I I. Don't know. I don't know how the EPA does. I don't know if they do the same way. The FAA does that being? Developed briefly make that would possibly make sense. But that doesn't probably isn't how to happen.

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Episode 86, Older iPads: Love it or Leave it in Fall 2020

Mac Minutes

08:08 min | 2 months ago

Episode 86, Older iPads: Love it or Leave it in Fall 2020

"Welcome to the Matt Minutes Episode Eighty Six for Sunday July twenty sixth. Older ipads love it or leave it in fall twenty twenty. This is the MAC minutes podcast with John Scudder where you will hear about the world of Apple, and how technology can help you work smarter personally and professionally. We will give you the news. You can use in minutes. Not Hours. That's why this is. The MAC minutes podcast. This episode is being recorded in Anchorage Alaska. Let's go to the show. In this episode we will begin to help you prepare for the launching of new hardware. Starting in September. Specifically will be looking at ipads, especially for those of you. Who owned two thousand eleven, IPAD, second, second-generation, two, thousand, twelve, IPAD, third or fourth generation or two thousand twelve IPAD mini first generation. If you own an older ipad model, some are now becoming too old to underpowered and completely incompatible with any of the current and future versions of I O. S. and IPAD WES. In addition, these ipad models many which are eight and nine years old will be fully and completely obsolete by the end of twenty twenty. And you will have no older version APPS available for them any longer. So, you might want to consider upgrading when apple makes new hardware announcements this fall. To help illustrate this further. There's a chart at. That B. L., U. B. R. Y. Dot Net showing the twenty one models of ipads released in information about screen size, release, year, discontinuation, date, and the most advanced operating system. They can run now. This is a great chart to illustrate the purpose of this episode. For those of you, who own on older IPAD, there are options, but it is time to say goodbye for a new refurbished or a much newer ipad. This doesn't mean you need to buy the latest IPAD model. Apple will debut this fall. There are options we will discuss. As a minimum, you'll need to purchase it. Knipe pad that can run the latest and greatest versions of operating system as well as the most current APPS available. You can do so from apple or a discounted refurbished ipad from apple's refurbished in clearance section. This website link can be found at the bottom of the page or at https. Colon slash slash. WWW DOT apple dot com slash shop slash refurbished, slash IPAD. Another option is from an apple, authorized third party, retail, or online reseller, or other trusted sources for new or used apple products I predominantly gone with apple refurbished, because refurbished has different definitions depending on the retailer. Furthermore Apple Care is available to purchase giving you reassurance of a sound product. If. You decide to purchase an IPAD and must purchase used ipad models do not look at anything older than two thousand fourteen IPAD air, two or two thousand fifteen ipad mini four. Both of these models are the oldest ipad models that the up incoming ipad Os fourteen will support this fall when the version is released for those of you who look at third party retailers, you must ask a whole lot more questions of the. Device seller specifically more photos and images, if you can't see the device in person, and above all ask for visual proof that such an APP head has been properly set to the factory settings and needs to be shown proof of the IRS devices startup screen, showing the animation moving multi-language. Hello welcome to ipad screen. This is a necessity. If the Iowa device seller is unwilling to do all of this. Pass on the. Device and look at other used. Iowa's device sellers elsewhere. Are Unscrupulous people who will try and sell stolen devices which cannot be unlocked. These devices are unusable, even with possibly trying apple support, which normally requires a court order, ensuring these steps are done are very important. Getting back to the question of why and upgrade is in order. Let's delve deeper into a explanation. I the amount of older compatible available APPs for these older ipad models has been severely significantly dwindling down since the beginning of twenty, twenty. Getting older versions of APPs for these older ipad models initially from Apple's. APP store is getting very difficult and problematic. As of the beginning of two thousand and nineteen many third party, APP developers are all more quickly and completely permanently dropping older APP support for all eight nine and ten year old IOS devices that are running two and three year old earlier IOS versions specifically Iowa's ten and earlier. Third Party APP developers removing all their older legacy versions of their APPs from Apple's APP. Store servers. Third Party APP. Developers no longer want to support these eight and nine year old or older. Devices there's simply no financial incentive for them to do so. Older versions of APPS are soon going to be gone for good. Apple considers these ipads. Vintage models, indicating these old IPADS have reached their complete end of life and support cycles. So these old IPADS that can no longer be upgraded or updated lab, no more applications for initial download at all from the apple store. Thus making these older ipads unusable from a practical sense. If you own one of these eight or nine year old IPADS, they will be pretty much obsolete by the end of twenty twenty, so looking soon with the fall launch for a new or slightly used ipad is in order. I understand what the current economic climate covert nineteen pandemic purchasing a new IPAD is not possible for everyone. If this is the case, many people will be upgrading and looking to sell or donate their devices at a greatly reduced price. If MAC minutes can help you with your tech. Please get a hold of me at the MAC. Minutes website where I can answer them in a future episode. Again that webpage is located online at Mac. Minutes dot be l., U. B. R. R. Y. Dot Net? Other places are twitter at minutes, underscore MAC and facebook at MAC minutes. So that's all we have for MAC minutes. I urge you to join the minutes podcast group on facebook where I post articles from the top tech journalists, people can discuss topics post. Articles joined special events and other great tech happenings. For the MAC minutes listeners. I hope all of you and your loved ones are well and look forward to seeing you next week for our next podcast. We are planning on doing a tips and tricks podcast, barring any new announcements from Apple. Thank you again for listening to MAC minutes. It's available on Apple podcasts, spotify iheartradio cashbox, Caesar and many other of your favorite podcasts yours take care of yourself during the upcoming week and we will talk to you soon on the MAC minutes podcast.

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"dot net" Discussed on ProductivityCast

ProductivityCast

02:46 min | 3 months ago

"dot net" Discussed on ProductivityCast

"And for them to synchronize across the various across the. The GO system does not so confusing. Yeah, it'll be great to see it unified. The problem's going to be that for the user at least I think they're going to wonder what system to do it in. Then I mean if all this information moves back, and forth and back, and forth will where does your primary platform become delivered out of live in one note? Do you live in? Asks deliver all three, and do you have members of a team that summer using one tool summer using the other it gets, it gets really exceptionally complicated at times because they're so much power and configure ability so Y- The business and the productivity thinking. Really has to come key and that's the more I think about it. It's one of the reasons where I'm really liking your strategy here. Jim is because you can adapt it. I mean similar to the way. GT. D. Works and other things work. It's not locked into one specific implementation of one specific platform so it's it's good to see something that somebody can take a hold of and say okay. I'm going to tweak this a little bit or I'm GonNa hack on it a little bit, and make it work for me, so Jim. Thank you so much for joining us here on Productivity Cast How can folks learn? Learn about you and I. Know that you have a new course that you've recently launched. Can you tell us a little bit about where folks can find that and where they can find you and learn more about control your day? Sure absolutely so just go to control your day. Dot Net, so not dot com I don't own that one unfortunately, but control your date dot net and I've got links to the book to the you'd Emmy. Court training, course. And just other information about control your day. There's also a chat feature. Right on the websites. If you have any questions for me, you can just hit that Happy to respond to you on those so Yeah Control Your Day. Dot Net is the best way to get more information fantastic. I will make sure to put a link to those items in the show notes and that way you all can hop over there to gyms website and to the course so with that Thank you for joining us. US here on productivity cast now thank you, everybody that was Jim Cullen, the originator of Control Your Day, both the book, and the course, and so head out there and check out gyms work. He's doing some really great stuff with a corporate email productivity while we are at the end of our discussion, the conversation doesn't stop here. If a question or comment about what we discussed here on this cast, please visit our episode page productivity cast. Dot Net, so they're on the podcast website at the bottom of the page there's a comment section you can leave. Comments or questions were happy to read and respond to your questions. There by the way to get any productivity cast episode fast simply add the three digit episode number to the end of.

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KTLK 1130 AM

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"dot net" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Personal Jesus song by some depend cheat mode a classic rock like that yeah that's my bad K. two thousand version is right now I completely forgot about the graduation party the mobile you said that a victim's family comes back yeah thank god your crazy times all right Kate and you you know to expect an email soon for the with metastatic mixtapes wow I think we actually have we have a centrally physical CD's yeah I know we have to do this the right way I don't even know do I have I have a computer that I can do it but it's locked it it's it's definitely locked away at the moment that's just incredible I know it's gonna be fun though I'm looking forward to this it was a real quick over we'll talk obviously more more about this on the on the social but I do what I do want to mention one word before we get to what Sam learned today that I did release the third book in my science fiction math science fiction series today so if you got a minor role dot net's which carries some significance because Sam was kind enough to make it look cool because it looked like crap before not look like it was so bad well it looks like somebody who is a word press me like I'll look that look so it's alright no but minor oral dot net you can go and pick him up and we're all still stuck at home with you got kids that are in deciphering if you're into sci-fi they're great for a for all ages and it's the complete series now so its launch date so I'm hoping that we I'm open to hit some some really good rankings on on Amazon so there's my plug before I get in trouble this is a portion of the show though right where we find out whether or.

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"dot net" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

06:02 min | 7 months ago

"dot net" Discussed on The Talk Show

"These episode they actually went back and checked a maximum and these are issues that I mentioned all the way back in two thousand fifteen in my I s nine review like try and tell which side of a split view easing as keyboard. Focus at any given moment and they they sort of quote unquote made better in thirteen by change slightly changing the color of the pill shaped indicator right at the top of a Split View. But good luck trying to tell the difference between two very similar shades of gray. If you can. And that's one of them and the other design problem is there. Sacha tiny difference like visually speaking between dropping an icon any becomes a split view item and dropping an icon and becomes a slight over. I am and basically the differences. You gotTa take a look at the corner radius of the window down. Who came up with that but also how was it not fixed like five years later and so? Yeah there's like it needs a needs to empower everybody does you shouldn't have to read a manual or a review. Yes know how we were and so basically just to wrap up I really do and I think we're exactly on the same page. I just think that th- IPAD needs a little bit more visual afford nces and close buttons right like. How do you close if you're in a APP with multiple documents? How do you close the thing? Well why isn't that a standard? Why isn't there a red button? And I really do think and I don't WanNa pin it all on Johnny Ives shoulders but I kind of want to just pin it all on Johnny. Ive Shoulders is that I feel that in the post. Johnny Ive is control in control of all you. I which is from Iowa seven forward. I feel like apple has always aired on the side of minimalism. Too Far and they're just there should be more that you can do by just seeing the thing on screen and being able to poke it with your finger and touch it to close it or touch it to drag it or touch it to move it and just a little bit not a lot just a little and you know like I said one of the things that the IPAD has already gets right if you have to App split-screen left and right you can swap them by just dragging it over and that's perfect but I just feel like there should be more like that. Yeah Yeah I agree with that. It's not a. It's not a sin to have buttons or other visual ordinances to once again. You know it's great that we have this hidden gestures but it's not so great for other people and so it should they should be shortcuts for for and I feel like it should be a lot more that's exposed and maybe you have to take more steps to do it the visual one finger way tapping the thing you see on screen and that a multi fingered gesture shortcut can be a shortcut for it for power users but there should be a way that you can get there. Visually Yup my final question to you before we wrap up is do you regret. Do you regret naming the website. Mac Stories well I get. I get asked these allotted surprisingly i. I really don't because he no. I'm look I'm honest. I really don't because it's at some point like five years ago. I considered like I should change the name of this website. Because it's not who I am anymore. But then he was a commissioner of well now a Lotta people know the website as maximize and like it's you know gets linked in a bunch of places. Do you really want to change the name of the site? But also it's it's a nostalgic thing like it tells me it's sort of like a in the name. I see that kind of a a path like ice started on the Mac right. I started writing about apple because I got my first math book and I wanted to write about it and so there's a there's a nostalgia component in that. Maybe I do regret that the fact that the name does not describe this way at this point site of the most most advanced most eloquent most proficient IPAD. Os Power user on on the way. Today I laughed because there is a certain charm to it. That's what I'm trying to say. Yeah you to call her. And it's not like you don't write about the Mac anymore and your colleagues is a whole assortment of people. They're like John. He's Ryan who we talked about and others who collaborate with you there and it's not like you don't write about the Mac Y- Yes I? I like to this because it's kind of funny that you can find a lot of shortcuts stuff and I put stuff in the websites name is Max or think it's Kinda funny well. It is one of my favorite websites. I thank you way too long to invite you to be on the show. Federico it has been an absolute delight My wife is looking forward to the. She very seldom listened to my show but she said that she cannot wait to hear your episode because she just enjoys listening to your voice. Last year I I met her last year. I think he officially in person and she kept saying. Please keep talking one to your accent forever. I just kept talking. I think what she wants. She's GonNa she's GonNa text editor Kayla have like. Can she get a cutter this podcast where it just cuts my shit out? I'm so sorry John. Well it's all right. I mean but thanks for having me on though it's been it's been played..

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"dot net" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

13:46 min | 7 months ago

"dot net" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Twenty all right the multitasking thing So Ryan who works with you at Mac Stories? What's his last name? I don't remember it. Kristal KRISTOF all. He had a really good article and linked to it. And I promised a fuller response which I haven't finished yet. I am working but I talk about it here. But he had a that. I think it was really good and tackled issues. I mentioned which is. I think it's just so incredibly frustrating that the way that you get the first APP on screen is the obvious way which shouldn't change you see the APP and you tap the icon opens in full screen and in a way you get. The second APP on screen is totally different. His idea for managing some of this is to use contextual menus and I have a couple of I've thought about it. I have a couple of problems with that one is I think that at a fundamental level contextual menus should always be a shortcut to something for which there's another way to do it and unless I'm overlooking something on the Mac contextual menus or what you get when you right click or control. Click is if you want to control clicking along dating back to the euro when Max only had one button mice from Apple Control Click as always a synonym for right clicking I don't think there's anything you can do. Unimak in a contextual menu. That there isn't another way to do it. If there's an exception to that I'd love to hear it but I I can't think of one and I've been trying to think of one recently whereas Ryan's proposal would make certain things contextual menu. Only and maybe that's true. You know an IPAD. Os is different than Mac Os contextual menus on IPAD OS or different. Because now like you have to tap into hold to get to what I call Jiggle. Mode to rearrange your icons on the home screen and that's really only accessible through a contextual menu in one of the reasons but even even files but doing so. The main difference is that on IPAD. Some actions are context menu. Only right it is a little different so maybe it would fit better. I just feel though that it's still a broader sense. I still feel that. His contextual menu idea is still too indirect like if I have to APPS Open on my ipad at once and one on the left and one on the right and I would like to swap them and put the one on the one side on the other. You can't just dragged over right you can just drag the one on the left over to the right. Ed which is what you think would happen. I think way more of the multitasking features in the IPAD. Should be like that where you just do the obvious thing and you tap on a certain area you know maybe the difference would be that they would have to add some for lack of a better word window chrome even know. They're not windows where a window is a thing that floats around. And you can drag it anywhere you want. I think it's actually a better idea for most people in most cases to have for lack of a better word tile interface like. That's one of the things that they feel like. Apple is even struggling with. I don't think they know what to call things on IPAD. Os they call things. Windows that to me aren't windows right. Yeah Yeah I think it's more it's more descriptive in in the API where they call him scenes. I think that's a that's a better name for it because they're not windows. They are multiple scenes for the same application. I think actually makes more sense right. Yeah so like safari new say new tag. You're on the IPAD. And you say new TAB. It's very everybody gets exactly what you think you get a thing. That looks like Tab. And if you're used to tabs on MAC OS or windows or chrome os or anywhere else where there's tabs in browser you get a thing now. That looks like tab in a browser whereas what they're calling windows don't look like windows anywhere else and I feel like it's just is a it. It's like the confusion of the concept. As it currently stands leaking out into the language they choose to use to describe it. I just think that it should be a lot more direct and that concept. I linked to earlier this week from a Kid. I call him a kid. He's twenty one on twitter where it more or less. I don't know if that's the right decision but I do. I saw a lot of people on twitter. Who seemed to like it but the idea is that you know you. Kinda turn if you want to have to. Apps on screen at once it kind of his concept to put it in a shortage of few words as possible kind of turns each half of the screen into an IPAD MINI. And so if you go up to absent once and use zip one up from the bottom screen shortcut you get a miniature version of your whole home screen on the right staff half of the screen and you can just tap another APP and it takes that half of the screen. Is that the right solution. I don't know something along. Those lines though feels so much more natural to me and feels more IPAD like So what I think is happening now is if you remember when when. Split View I came out in twenty fifteen with nine and the way that you that you used to invoke like a secondary APP used to be the you would swipe from the right edge of the display and you will get like this credible bliss to all of icons and those concerning theory were like your recently used apps and you will top one any would come in in Split View and we had that system for a couple of years and at some point we all started wishing for some kind of different bicker view and at the time and this is like twenty sixteen. So we're talking. Us Ten before eleven came out. There were all kinds of concepts. I I even commissioned one of them I still have the video on a Mac stories. I remember envisioning like what if the right side of the screen was more like a home screen and you would have agreed of icons and you could search the icons and then you will tap just like you tap on the home screen you would tap and you will bring in the secondary APP and then I s eleven comes out and W W C Twenty. Seventeen apple announces these new system and they swing in a completely different direction. And they're like what if we took these idea of direct manipulation and we just went nuts with it so anythin- like you want to multitask. You can just drag things around and you pick up the icon and you bring it into a space and create a clear and all of that and so they. They took these idea of like an IPAD. There's direct manipulation those multi touch so why not build multitasking around it and I think now couple of years of past and and he's now thing and you can you can actually do more you can Have Multiple options slide over? You can have multiple windows but were back at square one and we're saying while but what if you actually had a simplified picker for? Split view so I think at some point they just they just need to do it because it seems to be like the cycle that goes on forever and that apple may be eventually comes up with another solution. But maybe people just want to have some kind of home screen. Some kind of launcher that is consistent with the actual home screen because the other systems and I say these somebody really likes the current system. But maybe it's not that I like it so much that I know it right and and I think even if I know well and even if I can work my way around it. I know that it's flawed. I works for somebody like me but I know that it's not the best solution for other people and I think at some point that just need to do it and maybe a home screen is a solution. Maybe some kind of different greet view is a solution but the current system is more. Maybe it's more fancy than it needs to be right. Oh yeah why you can pick up anything and you and if you drop it here it becomes slide over and if you drop their becomes split view him and it's it's fine for people like me but it's not great for for everybody else. The craziest thing about it. I and I really think this is undeniably true and this is why I love reading your stuff about it. Is that you as an IPAD aficionado. You're perfectly willing to admit it is it to me. It's crazy that that to be a power user on the IPAD is more complicated than to be a power user at the equivalent level and do the same things on the Mac like. It should not be that way. It should be easier on the IPAD like the MAC is. Has This historical? Croft said just a perfect little stupid example like when you select an APP or a file in the finder and you hit the return key people expected to open if they're not longtime MAC USERS. But that's not what happens. You renew your renaming the file and you have to hit command down or command over like the MAC has a whole arm's length long list of stuff like that that really should never change because it's too historically baked in and there's a reason for it being the way it is or the whole w w I wrote about this the double click applications to launched them on the Mac because single clicking selects it. And it's worth it. You know the the official way double clicking historically. I was a shortcut. The official way like in one thousand nine hundred eighty four to open an application was to click on it to select it. Go Up to the file menu and hit open. You know because you know it was everything was sort of like you know the commands. Rin File menu or in the menu bar and everything else was a shortcut so there were keyboard shortcuts like commando as a shortcut for file open and they added a mouse shortcut. Which is well. What if you want to skip the whole file menu and urine advanced user? You could just double click the item. Well everybody you know. It ends up that so much more convenient. Nobody selection item and goes up to the file menu and hits open But then we wound up with a generation of people who think you have to double click links a web browser because they think you double you double clicked open stuff. It's I love Mac Os. And I love the Mac and I am so so proficient in but I'm perfectly willing to admit it is not. It is a target that the IPAD should be able to surpass in almost every regard for almost every user as just just using it system. Yeah I agree with it. Should empower everyone. Just people like me. Yeah and and it's complicated to say that you can dragon. How do you move an icon from your first home screen to your second screen? Well you you drag it but dragging the icon is also the way that you make it a split screen up you know. It's that's it makes sense. When you understand the context of how you start those drags but that sort of hey just dragging the APP icon. Does these two entirely different things? One of them is moving it. The other one is opening it up into a window and split view or or What's it called? Sliders lied over it. That's that's that's the sort of thing I'm talking about where to understand that makes you understanding more complexity than a Mac user under needs to understand to do the equivalent thing. Yeah I look. I don't disagree with that. I think what we're seeing before like. I don't want to lose the current options because as as a pro user I do enjoy the freedom that the system gives me in the sense that I can because I know how it works. I can choose exactly where I want to drop an icon and how I WANNA make it a split view like an all Lou alday little. I know all the little hidden tracks right off of it like if you drop an icon toward the upper edge of the display. It becomes a full screen window and like all these little things I know but like how would you even expose them to too regular folks and I think that I don't think that an on boarding process when you're set it up for the first time like those three pages. I don't think those are nearly enough even with a short video that you see a setup and and there's like what really surprises me though. Is that certain? And and you brought Zappa on during fireball multiple times like there have been designed issues with the current multitasking system are bad and before doing this..

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"dot net" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

05:21 min | 7 months ago

"dot net" Discussed on The Talk Show

"And I think it's totally fine and I think it's so silly that some people on twitter think that like all now they're gonNA fight it out the ipad guys versus the Mac guys and I think it's like that at all no I think if anything like it is. There's there's a certain and struggled to explain this whenever I get into arguments on twitter. There's a beauty to it from the mental today that the two operating systems can coexist with each other. And I see I see the beauty in that in the in the sense of you can choose what you want to use like. You can choose your favorite computer and I think that's beautiful and I think it's like yes. I like working on the and yes I like it to be more like a Mac in in certain examples but I like I fully know that that it's not there yet and it's like because the those complaints that you get the they also work the other way around like I got the comments from people saying. Oh you you're an IPAD FAN boy Your zealot you're never you're never gonna say that anything is better and like that's so shortsighted and I fully agree with you in the sense that there are some things that need to be neat neat to be different for example multitasking. Right like so. Here's wearing nose as I. We need some kind of change. What I don't want to see is a regression for people like me because the Currency System. So the IRS eleven system for multitasking tonight. Bed based on heavily based on dragon drop for Adeniken's to sleep your slate over. I know that system right. I know how to use it. I I know how to operate it. I know how to use the dark and multiple light over and those are powerful features at the same time. I also think it's. It's not the most intuitive it could be. I think it's I think it's complicated for a lot of folks who are approaching the IPAD now at the same time though as a power user. I don't want to lose those features. So it's kind of weird situation. Where like I know needs to be different? Barry also. Don't WanNa lose what I already know. I think fundamentally it's exactly the whole multitasking thing and it is complicated. It is absolutely complicated. Not just what what? We already have being too complicated but any idea of how to go forward. It is very very tricky and requires really really top notch. Ui Design at a conceptual level. But I really do also feel that it is ground zero of the fault line that IPAD. Os has found itself. In between the MAC and iphone right and that being you know in theory ipad could have been a a version of Mac os with bigger touch targets. Instead of the Fono Ass. Put on a bigger screen. I don't think it should have been. I think they made the right decision because I think that it put the U U. I. Stuff aside there's all sorts you know. This is another thing. I've been writing about recently but all sorts of complexity with the assumptions of Mac. Os in terms of assumptions. Like that stuff can run in the background. And you can install APPs from outside the APP store and that you have direct access to the actual file system and people mix that up right like the files. App on iphone could get so much better and still never actually show you the actual file system of the device. And I don't think it ever should right. It's that because it is conceptually better and cleaner to only show. The user here are the files that are actual files that you create an read and diddle with and all of the stuff like the actual binary for your application and stuff like that and the actual operating system aren't even visible. That's a much better and cleaner design for people who aren't developers and actually working at that level and the files APP has gotten a lot better and I think it really is. It's obviously an area where can continue to get better without being mapped to the literal file system and I think it's such a better design. Yeah all right before like before. We go on multitasking. Let me do the third and final sponsor and then we will run out the clock on multitasking but our third and final sponsor of the show is Lynn owed. Oh Do.

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"dot net" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

12:44 min | 7 months ago

"dot net" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Yeah Yeah and I've been a I've been like part of this computing life. I guess for the past several years at this point and really Whenever I like Sheriff Photo of like my I bet setup. I always got a bunch of people saying why don't you just use a Mac and a what I do? Get the point right because he does look like when when you're using the IPAD with the keyboard and maybe a mouse and maybe some of the accessory it does look like a laptop but like to me. That's like the whole point of the conversation of like if I want I can pull out a tablet and go board on the couch or staying in bed and that that is actually how I started using the IPAD like when I was sick and undergoing cancer treatments years ago and I couldn't use a Mac book I just had the IPAD and I was able to say in the in the hospital by the news the IPAD as a tablet and that to me is really the greatest strength of the device like it can and I know that it's an overused term but he can be a sort of hybrid computer in the sense that it's tablet and then you just sliding into a keyboard becomes sort of like laptop so yeah I really do think the two modes Ken Ken coexist and when it comes to the track bed. I was just about these as we were talking about. It we we. We've seen all these concepts you'll linked one of them on on daring fireball for Like rethinking and I was thinking about this concept's and then the new. The rumor came out today of the track bed and so I realized if there's an opportunity for apple to bring some consistency to a new multitasking interface. What better way to add consistency than to say there's new gestures the you can use for multi touch if you WANNA use multitasking and split view and the same gestures actually work with our multi track bad on the smart keyboard. It's always the same gestures. It's always seem Interaction System and can use it. Be a touch and you can use it with the keyboard. I think Rene Ritchie on Youtube. Also head up some kind of concept a couple of months back. Maybe Arguing if apple were to do a new multitasking system IPAD. Maybe they should consider multi touch gestures justice so that could potentially be interesting if if it's also a multi-track pat on the smart keyboard. Of course. Yeah I think it would be too because I think that they're all in on that in terms in a way to bring some consistency. You know between the MAC and I mean. I can't imagine that it wouldn't be right like I don't know it's it's it's it is one of the most exciting rumors and it's so funny because we you know we could have recorded yesterday already done all show before but to me. It's honestly one of the most exciting rumors in a long way while I'm terribly excited about it because it's not just about having a track pants everything that says about what. I think they would need to do with IPAD. Os to make it worthwhile. Having a First Party track pat right and I just can't help but think that it would mean that you could put two fingers on it to scroll a scroll view right like but that also implies some sort of focus you know whether it's a mouse hovering over it you know like on the Mac. It's whatever wherever the mouse cursor is hovering. You can scroll up and down with two fingers to scroll the thing including in a background window know but what determines it you don't even have to click on it. You just put the mouse cursor over it and then use two fingers to go up and down to scroll the view it it it would be baffling if they don't support that right like what's the point of having a track pad if you can't if you can't scroll with it. If you still have to do it I mean would it mean that literally every single thing in the system could be done from the keyboard and track pad maybe right that almost seems like at one part of me wants to say well maybe not everything but then I say why not right like why? What is there that you wouldn't be able to do? You know with the combination of moving the cursor as a virtual finger over elements and tapping simulate a touch and combination of multi. Fingered gestures for things like Bringing I don't know I mean would you be able to bring down control center with the drag from the top of the track pad? I could expose now that you have multiple windows on how bad you could do that. You could show the the APP switcher. And maybe again. If they were to add a new different multitasking system you could have gestures for Split View and slide over and that kind of stuff so yeah I mean why not right either Goto the so far as to add a physical track bad too smart keyboard which is super premium. Space right you go to such lengths as to add an actual track bad limiting that track pad to just scrolling tax fields and and texts views. That seems like a wasted opportunity to stir. It just seems a little spiteful. You know like not. Not that not spiteful. That apple doesn't like ipad users and want them to be frustrated but spitefully sticking to the idea that it's fundamentally a touch screen. You know what I mean it in. It's it's putting an idea above the actual practicality of would this actually be useful without taking away from anything that's already good it would be political. Yeah more than practical or dogmatic. I don't know what were you one US right. You're just sticking to this dogma that no longer holds One the one thing that comes to me and is why it's fascinating me. I love reading your stuff on IPAD and and I've complained a bit recently and have a couple more complaints to get off my chest before I'm done about the state of ipad Os. And there's just I I'm not it. There's so many people who who got angry at me really people get angry at you and and I don't get it. I really tried to right around it and anticipate it and and you know the basic ideas if you come up with a if like me have a bunch of what I think are very valid complaints about the current state of IPAD. Os and you described them to the best of your ability and then all of a sudden as well you hate the IPAD. Because you're an old person who likes the Mac and you want you just want the ipad to be a MAC and there's like no. I don't what I would like. Ideally would I love the MAC and again? I'm a sort of person if I had to choose between IPAD and MAC for the rest of my life without hesitation half a second. I would choose. Mac did this is where I am. That's who I am no surprise from what I've written but holy crap wouldn't it be amazing if the IPAD got so good that I thought well even I as a Mac Person? This is better. That'd be better right. Like I love the Mac Mac. Still my favorite operating system there is but I. I'm not like going to look anything I I I would love to find something better right like people think. Well if you love the Mac and that's your thing than yours some kind of zealot and no matter what anybody else does. You're going to find ways to to say the Maga's better I'm that's not my mindset at all I love the Mac and so therefore if there were ever something from apple or any other company that I thought was a better overall system than the MAC that would be amazing because the MAC is already great so it would be great if the IPAD got better. I would love to see the IPAD. Get better so I don't understand the defensiveness on some people's parts and that's one thing I don't know how you get away with it because you're well known as a an IPAD power user and somebody who really fit with your brain. I mean that's what you're trying to. I know what you're trying to say is like the reason that you like using an ipad for everything and the reason why when people say well. Why don't you just use a MAC for that? Is that the IPAD is like it for me Mac. Os Fits my brain. And maybe my brain has been warped to fit Mac os over the years. But it's very clear from your writing and your enthusiasm and the clever things you come up with with shortcuts and stuff like that. The IPAD just fits your brain right. Yeah it is a natural extension of your brain and and it's like the lack of keyboard support is like at times for certain tasks one of your hands tied behind your back. Yes yes like I feel bad for you. I feel that I do. I really do 'cause I feel like right now it. The IPAD is constrained in ways. That aren't it's not like Oh that would be impossible to solve right like if you it just off the top of my head if you really wanted. Siri to be as intelligent as the how computer in two thousand one and be able to hold a real conversation with you to get from where we are today to there is An awful lot of work. And maybe who? Maybe it's not even technical. Technically possible is never going to get there. Whereas getting mouse cursor proper mouse pointer support and IPAD OS. That's obviously technically possible. Right this is a IT'S A. It's a design decision not a technical or engineering limitation It's it's exactly that it's so close right you can. You can see the thing actually in front of you but you cannot reach it. Bright especially now that that we have that sort of like External pointing device feature about accessible. It isn't accessibility features. It's not exactly that ain't so so close and you can feel like that reality is within my grasp but the the closer you get the the for the way from you it escapes and that is why. I'm so excited about this rumor. And as you said the the reason why I keep using the IPAD is one yes because he does fit my my my brain at this point better and to say because I ever seen so I was unable to get any work done and we're talking now seven years ago and everything is fine now. That is well in the past but that scared like scared me in the sense that the ipad. I worked on the IPOD. I know that I always have a fallback bulletin in the sense that if I cannot work with my keyboard and mouse and my vertical stand I can steal hold the thing in my hands on and stay in bed and sent them email right and so that I like that disability. You could say like years ago. It really left an impression in my brain in terms of I never want to just depend on a desktop computer ever again and that is why I always like being on a sort of quest to see what's a way to do this in with full portability with full mobility and that is why like I got a lot of people making fun of me when I share like like a complex shortcut and years ago it used to be like python scripts with with Python. Sta and it used to be you are L. Schemes before launch long center pro. Which which which is not a great utility but launched pro like when it first came out was a way to get interrupt inter application communication all all through URL schemes. Which can get complicated. Cape can get complicated but still it did allow me to to be more efficient years ago so I took like I totally get. Why like people like you and people like Steven Hack for example prefer working on Mac Os..

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12:15 min | 7 months ago

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"Let me see if I can remember post sponsored break where we were. We were talking about the mouse cursor support. Yeah it's gotTa be if they're going to do a track pad which I think they and I would love. I really really really hope that this rumor is true. Not just for the idea of a Smart Keyboard. Cover with track pad that you could use. But the just the in the broader sense the idea that they would add first class mouse pointer support to IPAD. Os Jesus just posted on on six colors Post with questions about potentials mark keyboard with attract by then all those questions basically matched the things that I was thinking about. What does it mean if the do attract bad in terms of the kind of poynton pointer because right now I could see apple saying look? It's got track bad but it's just for text editing right just like now for example you can hold down two fingers on software keyboard and you've got to track bad. When you're editing text? Right I could see a scenario. Where yes there's attract bat but only helps when it comes to tech setting and I think that would make sense but also I would be disappointed because I love to see a full blown track. `Bout support an actual support in you Iraqi for controlling the entire interface with attracted. But also what does he mean in terms of Hardware keyboard design doesn't mean that apple is going to have A keyboard with a hinge like fully adjustable viewing angle for example from. There's a lot of questions right now but I guess the main point being do we. Do we foresee a scenario where the IPAD you can actually control the entire IPAD? Osu Wi with the pointing device with track built into the keyboard so that you never have to touch the screen. I really hope so and I for a couple of reasons. One of them is that it touch screens have been around. I mean I mean really. I mean. We're like thirteen years into it at this point right. It was a two thousand seven in January. When apple announced the original iphone. So we're now thirteen years after we not quite to the point. I mean this was the point when everybody was still speculating that it was going to be a dud. It wasn't GonNa Work Blah Blah Blah we. Nobody had it yet. So but we're easily over a ten years into the period where people have touchscreens. And Apple has answered questions about. Why isn't doesn't the MAC have touchscreen support for a long time and you know until and if they ever do released touchscreen Max they're gonNA keep answering it and our answer is aw. One of the answers has always been that. The Ergonomics are terrible. All right this is specially for like an IPAD. Or I MAC right where you're pointing at this screen an arm's length in front of you. Your arm gets tired. You know. And they've mentioned it many times but even on a laptop you know. It's you know swipe here. Swipe their tap here and put your hands back down no problem but if the only way to. Let's say you have a text. Editing document along article school paper at someone like me or you who writes for the web. And you've got edits to make and editing is often largely. You know selecting. You don't necessarily want to do it all with Arrow keys you know. It's tiresome to sit there and touch screen over and over again and touching the screen obscures. The thing you're looking at right your hand is actually in front of your face it. It doesn't make sense if apple's argument one of Apple's arguments against touchscreen Max is the R. Bad which I believe it's true. I actually think that is actually true. The ergonomics are bad but then it doesn't make sense that when they say here with our IPAD pro you can get the smart keyboard and turn it into a laptop like physical configuration. And then when you want to do anything you have to touch the screen which we've already told you with our other things aren't gonNA Mickley bad right. I mean that's it fundamentally doesn't make sense and when I've confronted Apple folks with that they you know they just give non answer answers you know but I. It clearly doesn't hold water right. And basically the economic argument in favor of this is beyond our arguments over the operating system in the U. I for it right but if your hands your fingers are on the home row keys of your keyboard right and the keyboard is flat on the desk. Where are your thumbs? Your thumbs are right? Where track pads go right like ergonomically? This is a solved problem. You know and I know that in the early years of PC laptops you know the the IBM ones had the little rubber number one in the middle and we had track balls before we had track pads but apple quickly figured out that the right place for the track ball. I mean there were early laptops. I don't know if you remember. You're you're a youngster. But they're apple. Had won the original Mac portable which was like a suitcase more than a laptop but it had to track pad detract ball off to the side. You know so that you would use it like we're a mouse was you'd move but I guess they had to put something over there because the thing was so big. But but we've we've gotten to the point where it seems pretty obvious that you put your fingers on the keyboard like you're typing and your thumbs are just right there where a track pad goes and so wouldn't it be nice if you're when you're using an ipad if you could just make use of those thumbs that are right there without lifting them up you know so. I feel like there's an economic argument on the software side. This is where I think it's more interesting and nuanced is because I think the better argument against touchscreen Max is that by a bias suming that every single MAC has a mouse pointer attachment. You either have a mouse or a track pad almost impossible. I mean you could run a Mac as a kiosk of some sort without a keyboard and mouse but to actually use a Mac. It's borderline impossible without a a typical user. You know it's you know nobody would really. WanNa use them Mac. Without a mouse pointer a mouser attracted and those are very fine. Precise pointing things There's all sorts of you. I elements that are able to be packed as small targets close together and my most prominent example are the red yellow green buttons for closing a window minimizing window and full screen zooming a window. They're they're very small targets. They're very close to each other and if they were touched targets they would have to be further apart and that would take up more room in every single window. There's also just looking at. I'm looking at safari right now. There's just all sorts of stuff at the top of my safari window. That's way too small way too small of a target way too close to other targets To to be good for touch interface. I so I'm going to bet money. That apple will never have a touchscreen Mac. I mean maybe it's inevitable. I don't know 'cause there's certainly a lot of people who think they want it but my my deep concern is that to do it right. They would have to fundamentally change the MAC interface in a way that would make it less information dense which I think is one of the convenient things about it whereas I feel like you could add mouse support to ipod. Os without sacrificing anything in terms of the experience. For what. If you're just touching it like a you know like like you. Don't you never have a track pattern mouse connected to it? Does it change the size or placement of any? Ui targets no right. I feel like it. I'm not saying it's easy. Nobody I don't WanNa ever tell engineers that anything is easy but I think conceptually IPAD. Os is a much better fit for first class. Mouse POINTER SUPPORT THAN MAC. Os is a fit for touchscreen support. I I agree with that and the reason why I also want him to do these because right now there's a on the ipad there's a front fundamental case of feature disparity between the two different modes. So the if you think about it we're really sets the IPAD apart from from the Mac is the fact that you can pull it out from the keyboard and just use it as a tablet whereas a Mac book you cannot just put out the screen and use it. It's always attached to the keyboard or if it's a desk Mac. It's always needs to be a desktop computer So the IPAD does support two different modes. And when it's a multi touch more so you. You don't have any keyboard accessory. Don't have any Mouse it's fully usable. Like that fully supports multi touch. It's got to suffer keyboard it's fully usable. But if you add smart keyboard that's when the feature disparity comes in and it's so funny right now. That apple itself created this problem of when US US more keyboard. You cannot full use the IPAD from the keyboard alone because you still need to touch the screen and this is the keyboard that apple makes that apple sells and that apple promotes says the V. Accessory for the IPAD pro. So I think they should do it because right now the IPAD can be used with the keyboard and I use it. I came up with all sorts of sorts of work arounds for like Logitech mouse that I have some shortcuts. But it's not it's not native and you can feel that it's an afterthought and whereas the IPAD useful usable as a tablet in touch mode. It is not fully native if you WANNA use it with a keyboard and so I'm seeing like a bunch of people on twitter. Saying if they're GONNA do it if they're going to add cursor it just going to be for text fields maybe but I think it should be real cursor and I think it should be like real pointing device that led to control the the whole you I I you know I could see it as being just for text like you said exactly like the virtual track pad you can get. You can get it on the iphone to by holding down the space bar now that three D. touches gone and what to to finger touch on the virtual keyboard on ipad. Os Right if you yes. Yes go there and two fingers fingers. Yeah you put two fingers down anywhere on the keyboard which is Really Nice. Very very nice. You don't have to aim for the space bar So there's a tip of the day I everytime I mentioned something like that. I know that there's people who like crap. I didn't know you could do that. Yeah virtual virtual keyboard up on the IPAD. Put Two fingers anywhere on the Keyboard. And you get. While you're editing text and you can move the insertion point around. I just don't think though that they if they're if they're going to go so far as to actually put a pat on the smart keyboard I just don't see why they wouldn't do it for everything and I really do think I really do think and there might be some edge cases there's always edge cases. There's always something that's tricky but I think for the most part it. It won't take away from touch at all. I really do feel that. That's that's true and it's just sort of a historical artifact of the fact that the IPAD was derived from the iphones operating system. That doesn't didn't have it.

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10:50 min | 7 months ago

"dot net" Discussed on The Talk Show

"I you know not even I mean tennis which has some kind of touch control. But he's basically never used in games and the jeep is not nearly as good as the as the current. I Roy. I cannot imagine the next type approach. So it's definitely an interesting proposition and from a productivity standpoint as you mentioned Photoshop and all the existing productivity APPs there's you know there's there's few developers who over the past couple of years have tried to enable full keyboard navigation in their APPs in their ipad APPs. You look at something like agenda for example or things or just today the the client unread as a new version on red two and one of the features is you can fully navigate unread with the keyboard if you have an ipad so developers have been doing like their own custom implementations again they're custom and they need their require a lot of work and they not support key up and down events so in theory having a proper framework from apple with support for key. Up and down. Advancing makes a world of difference if you're an APP developer. So that's very dim mobile for sure I think there's I it's just. It's just the roots showing through the roots of the end. It's funny because and I say this and it's like people forget it and it's come up a couple times in recent weeks but it is funny. The original IPAD from twenty ten was de mode with a first first party keyboard dock. I had that I had that dog. I used twice forgot I. You know what I knew. I didn't want it and so I didn't buy it and I don't know how I knew it and I was like and it was funny because I'll never forget that Dama was I went to the event and the hands on area was open and I'm always one of the often one of the last to leave because I don't. I'M NOT UNDER PRESSURE TO IMMEDIATELY. Get something up on daring fireball. I can take my time whereas an awful lot of the media who were in. Attendance either are required to file a story very quickly or just feel that pressure to file very quickly and nowadays of two thousand ten. It wasn't as big deal but nowadays a lot of them have to shoot video. And there's all this going on and I'll just sit there and play with the devices and I remember it was like and there are so very nice but they came up. It was me and Dan. Morin for who is then macworld. We're playing with the IPAD on the dock and we were like trying to figure out all the keyboard shortcuts. What worked what didn't work and we're going through like male or like all right. Let's go to and this was before you could hold down the command key and just see the shortcuts. But we're like. Oh what about shift command e? Can you do shift commanders to send an email and we're like yes you know and we're just going through and it's very nice woman came over and she was like. Hey Hey guys you know we're wrapping up and like we look around and we look around and there's literally nobody left except apple avoid and we're like we should go. We're like we're sorry. And we like laugh but we literally got like dragged out while we were using the keyboard. Doctor like trying to figure out all the keyboard shortcuts. They managed to hook up. I didn't use but anyway the keyboard was clearly an afterthought right at least originally even though they sold a keyboard that's my point they sold one originally and it was just sort of sell the line that hey. They've got like a full flown full-blown version of numbers and pages. And you can actually sit there and write and and stuff but actual proper first class support of a hardware keyboard honestly. It's still not there and I sound like you know we may not have to wait for IOS or ipad fourteen. It seems like thirteen point. Four might be the the high the mark where we say. This is where IPAD. Os crossed the line now. you know has it's it's over the fifty yard lines over the halfway mark of having good keyboard support. That's sports metaphor right. Yes yeah. I'm sorry that's why switch that's football. That's why that's why I switched What do you what do you call the centerline on a soccer pitch? Midfield Cross midfield. Yes yes yes alright. So Fifty Yard Line is Midfield Cross. Midfield we've over an hour on the scoring and you know like for me. One of the ones one of the things that is just. It's just so frustrating and I don't think thirteen point four. Does this but boy. It's like man when I when I have a hardware keyboard connected to my IPAD and I don't WanNa go off on the whole IPAD. Stretch here because that'll be the closing segment of the show. We have a lot to talk about but just in terms of like driving your ipad with the keyboard when I'm on the home screen. It drives me insane that you can't just use the Arrow keys to slack between APPS and then hit the return to open it or something to open it. You know like in the finder. No on the Mac people might think that you hit return to open something but no return renames that which is sort of a historical artifact you have to use command open or command down. Arrow to open You know I'm not gonNA argue with the whether those keyboard shortcuts where historical mistake or not. But we're stuck with him but there should be some way with With a keyboard connected to an IPAD to Arrow key around and and they enforce the grid right. It's not like the desktop on the Mac where you can have your icons on your IPAD. Home screen strewn about a mess. It enforces a nice grid which is just begging for up down. Left right right. Yep begging yeah and really the the main problem when you think about it. It's is that the the IPAD and that is not changing thirteen point four. It lacks any kind of selection state from right like on TV Os. You have the focus engine right right and you can write select items and then you can click an there's none of that on the IPAD Which is why some developers some third party developers have done their own custom thing right but at a system level like even the basic stuff like one to select icons on the home screen while it's not possible because the selection is just not there just like yet y'all hovering over items in like it is just not there it doesn't exist which the The current implementation of the pointing devices via. That's not real pointing device. You're not hovering over anything. You're just simulating a finger on screen. And then you click which means you but a totally agree with you like it saw knowing that whenever you're on the home screen the really the only way to launch an APP without touching the screen is to search for it and then press return right which yes sort of works but no just let me select stuff what I really the other thing that drives me nuts about you do command space and then you search for an APP and it is the first search result you can hit the return key and it will open but there's still no selection state to show you that you just Kinda have to trust that the return key will open but then you can use the Arrow keys to move up and down the selection much spotlight on the Mac so I want to say I may be wrong the maybe you can do command down to John. Between different sets of results in like maybe he's command down in US. They're like they're still should be a selection. The yeah there should be better than right now for sure. I really boy do. I hope in fourteen we got some kind of selection state. Api I n Hall Their State. It's really necessary if you. WanNa have serious keyboard integration. Speaking of which did you see this This rumor about the smart keyboard possibly getting a track pad. Yes yes the the information which you know is not like a regular source of apple stuff. The information is subscriber only and it's sort of like most it's largely sort of startup focused and sort of VCR often think SORTA VC centric but then when they do pipe up with apple stuff. It's usually pretty accurate. And they everyone you know. They'll go months without anything and then pop up with a blockbuster and this one this is a report from Wayne. Ma Apple Planning ipad keyboard with track pad. Apple is planning to release an ipad keyboard accessory later this year that will include a built-in track pad. That's you know I. I don't know that we need to go any further. I think you know they're article goes on and on but I feel like we all kind of you know I. I guess the one thing we don't know and they don't know in the article is to me it. It would imply that it's going to be promoted out of accessibility and will become a first class mouse cursor when you have a pointing device attached whether it's a track pad on a keyboard or a mouse or I guess I mean since you can connect mice you can connect. I don't even know if this is true. Can you connect like a magic track pad to an IPAD? No you cannot right now. So can't so you can plug in a USB MOUSE. But you can't do a track pad but you know in Theory Young. They could support it. You know Fury and I would think that then you know and and here we go into the meat of the subject. Maybe I should take a break before birth before we take a break and thank our next sponsor it is. Oh I love. This sponsored is a great company Hover. Hov E R Hover is a jumping off point for a ton of entrepreneurs. 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"dot net" Discussed on The Talk Show

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11:29 min | 7 months ago

"dot net" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Tweet. And the and the announcement on the website People last year were shore or the the airports pro are going to have an event for sure or the sixteen inch. Microprobe will have an event for sure Bono it. The airports pro actually only had the press release. I believe even not even press reviews embargoed reviews Let me think about that. I got to try them. I did get to try them at the hands on thing in New York. That was the same there were then. Yeah I think I did get a review unit. Then I forget I don't think they were embargoed though. I think it was like you could just take them and you start right. Yeah they definitely did that and they definitely had a little Like it was like a dozen of us at a time. Got To go up to these tables and They were factory sealed they reached. You'd never like little spots and you'd go up and there was a shrink wrap box of air pods pro that you could open up and You know pair to your and it. Was you know it was kind of an interesting demo? Because unlike most apple demos where the whole thing is scripted they have this device that already got everything they want to show you including the game that shows off metal and this and that they just were like here take you know. Here's brand new. Air Pods pro. Open them up. Pair them with your iphone to see how easy it is just to get off the ground and then listened to something on your phone you know and it was funny. They did this thing. It was in New York. And it's it. It wasn't a soundproof room. But it's you know they don't want they don't like people talking about it but it was quiet enough but they wanted to show off the noise cancelling and so they said so. This is ridiculous but we got here and realized there really isn't any street noise here so they used a home pod to play street traffic noise so there just seems silly but it should sound you know we wanna make it sound more like you're outside on the sidewalks and they just three traffic noisy. Weber ever heard. Yeah they just. They just played street. You know the best street traffic noise you've ever heard in an airport and then you know they were like now. Just you know squeezed the stem to turn off turn noise cancelling on it Cetera Yeah I could see them doing that. You know the I think the wild card in the rumored events for this you know if there's a march or early April event. The wildcard is ipad like the iphone nine or whatever they're going to call it but I kinda liked the name iphone nine. I I and I know people. Why WOULD YOU WANNA make? It seem old. And it's like dude you have no idea how many millions of tens of millions of people out there who already have like an iphone six and they just want something exactly like it but brand new you. Just you just cannot underestimate that like my mom is waiting for one. My mom has years old iphone. The battery it's like eighty two percent so it's still above that eighty percent threshold. But it's like you know getting close. And all she she's like is not terrified but she's just the idea of switching from touch. Id TO FACE. Id gives her anxiety. It's because she doesn't dump familiar. She's like how do you get out of an APP and you learn you just swipe? It's easy now. You know what she wants to home button. I say this thing is going to be a huge seller. Call it the iphone nine and yeah anybody who knows that they're already up to eleven and we're like seven months away from you know. Put An asterisk in a footnote. Here go back. Twenty minutes to our whole corona virus. It's not Denver. But you know iphone. Twelve probably coming in September or an iphone. Eleven asser something. There are literally hundreds of millions of people around the world who would love and iphone nine called the iphone nine. So but here's the thing. Is it a good demo? No it would be the worst demo in the world right. Because you can't see that it's faster right because like this you know what are you GonNa do. You know run run a benchmark on an compared to an iphone seven or something like that. I mean it's you know it's an iphone eight with the new internals what what are demo you. There is no devas not product to show off on stage right and it would be running. Ios Thirteen point three or. Maybe I was probably thirteen. Point four right. 'cause I was thirteen point. Four is far enough in Beta that it would probably be the the Os for the out of the box for the new this new phone it's running the IOS version. That everybody around the world already is running right. It's not a demo. The IPAD is the thing that maybe would have demo right and Our everybody's mutual friend the Internet's friend Steven troughton Smith spelunker of Betas Has POKING AROUND THE IPAD O. S. thirteen point? Four Beta has uncovered a whole slew of keyboard related. Stuff I O. Has Thirteen point four It all it's I don't even know you're probably more familiar with me in terms of what's already been uncovered but it would sort of coincide with a sort of. Hey you know this is a Demo. Like hey you know. People are using their ipads with a keyboard for all sorts of stuff. And you know it fits in with their years long narrative for a lot of people. This is the portable that you can use a laptop type setup So I don't know what what what all have we already know is new in thirteen point four for keyboard so the things that that we've seen tie in a in a bunch of different ways with some potential good damn candidates in the sense that there's one feature which is called full keyboard access. This one was actually available for list. A couple Beta builds less summer in thirteen point no and then he got pulled and never came back and now it's backing thirteen point four and so full keyboard access lets you essentially define I believe like custom shortcuts that you can execute from the keyboard to perform specific functions. It's essentially it's it's another version of something that is already available inaccessibility and that is if you connect a mouse in in April thirteen and you have a programmable mouse that has multiple buttons. I mean usually two buttons but you know I have a logitech mouse. That has five of them and you can configure each button inaccessibility right now to do things like shopping centre or reveal the dark or go back to the home screen all that kind of stuff now. We'd full keyboard access. You can do that. You can assign those system functions to keyboard commands and one of the interesting features is that you can run a shortcut from the shortcuts up with the system wide hockey basically. And it's not as good as on the Mac because you cannot pass any input. So it's not like an in on the MAC. Auditor an automated workflow. And you can say Randy's when I press command chief ex but you can pass these selected finder item as input. You cannot do that with full keyboard. Accessing thirteen point four but it's a step forward right on the less and also the other big change is the support for key up and down events. Yes right so that. That's a one of the big features missing from the WHO wanted to have like serious keyboard integration with their APPS and so there's the productivity angle that I could see being damaged of like now you can fully control your ipad pro in two different ways we touch of course and with the Keyboard. And if you want to use the keyboard you never have to leave the keyboard. You never have to reach this clean. Because they didn't do it all in theory but there's also the gaming angle yes because now games can have proper keyboard integration because down events bread and so I could see a story sort of like now on apple arcade you can use a bunch of PC quality games that you can play with the keyboard or we touch and if it it sounds so rudimentary but just to further. Explain for anybody who doesn't know what key up and down against are literally it's it. Let's say you're the developer of an application and in the old days there were always on. You know Mac windows whatever you were on where you could say is the key down or notify me when the key is pressed right and is the was it a was the key pressed or is it being. Preston held right and you would think that there should be a way for computer programs to tell but I have not had those sort of events until thirteen point four which is still in Beta and so for example and again very demo and speaking of friends in San Jose. There's a small company in San Jose called Adobe that that makes a now thirty year. Old App called Photoshop and anybody. Who's ever used photoshop extensively on the desktop knows that they use the keyboard in all sorts of ways and a casual photoshop. User is going to use every do everything with the mouse and you click on a tool and then you go over to the your your your image and you start painting but Photoshop. Export expert is using keyboard all the time and they have single key. You know switches where you can just type I forget what all of them are. Honestly I haven't used them in a while but you can just type like be for the brushed or something like that People Use Photoshop all the time. Know them by heart and then you can do things like hold down the space bar and cursor turns into a hand that you can use to page around without using scroll bars or something like that and you can hold down the option key to do different. You know get different behavior or the shift key to constrain selection to a fixed a aspect ratio as opposed to a freeform rectangle all sorts of ways that that photoshop uses the keyboard and been problematic to say the least on ipad up until now would make for a very good demo And again the gaming thing is obvious you know in terms of being able to get fast key events to be able to drive a game from the keyboard. Yeah now when you think about it. Not so many companies can have can say we have tablets. That as an really amazing. Gpo that gives you these kinds of graphical performance and let's you and of course if this is all true lets you play games with two different Input Methods Completely touch or you complete the keyboard I you know not even I mean tennis which has some kind of touch control. But he's basically never used in games and the jeep is not nearly as good as the as the.

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13:02 min | 7 months ago

"dot net" Discussed on The Talk Show

"You cannot make the iphone or you have to redesign around it. I mean I it screws probably a bad example. But you know it who knows you know with how many components from the iphone have sufficient alternatives to defend against us? Yeah Yeah I mean the short term not to mention there's rumors of of the spring event. And now that's an even more problematic because all these all these Issues are happening now like there are saying like Italy and France for example are saying. It's probably best if you don't travel right now. So what does that mean for any kind of European media that may be invited monopoly event right so I I don't know I mean it's it's do you have any idea before we leave the subject but I mean what it is. I think it's just a fluke but I mean you know. Italy is certainly has a world class healthcare system and it just seems it just seems so anonymous anomalous that Italy of all countries has this. You know six hundred personnel break. My guess is it's just a fluke and that's just the way things like this go right like somebody shows up with it and it starts to spread and boom six hundred people have it. Yeah so what they're saying is that e went unnoticed for ten days gray and in those days it spread to a lot of people. Now I actually think that the government actually did a very good job in terms of okay now. We need to shut down at least two major areas in northern Italy and they did that and they closed offices and schools and public transportation. And it's like right now. We're asking those people leave like near Milan near Venice. For example. We're asking them a lot like stay. Stay inside and don't leave the house for two weeks but I also think that it's a it's a it's a M- mindset problem in the sense that we Talionis. We tend to take these kinds of things way too lightly We and right now. There's a whole debate going on whether the government is actually doing too much. Because it's just the flu like a lot of people are saying that. Oh it's just the flu whatever and I think that's something that we Italians do all the time like we. We don necessarily give as much importance to things that the government says actually looked is important. You should care about it and so I'm seeing a lot of people simply say whatever. It shows the cold just the flu. I don't care it's not a problem and so I think a lot of people do not go get tested because of that and for that reason spreading even more quickly so the health the healthier system here is actually very good. Yeah but one of the things I read was that you have to. You have to understand that one of the things we might see is we might see. Higher rates of infection reported in countries with better healthcare systems. Right because they have the better healthcare system and people go to the doctor and get identified and that the the danger is that in the countries where where the healthcare system isn't as good people don't have access to quality health insurance. It might be spreading faster than the numbers that are reported because the people who have it aren't going to the doctor were can be reported. Yeah because here like it's totally free. I believe it's like one euro if you WANNA get the current virus tests and in general like beep. Being treated here is entirely for free for any kind of problem that you may have and I cannot possibly imagine what that's like in the United States. I mean every time I travel for. Ww DC. I have to get special insurance to travel to America because if something happens to me I need to pay for travel insurance that ensures that will be colored if anything happens and that's such a foreign concept to me because here more or less they won't they will not let you in. There will not ask you for money right now and. I know that it's true even for people who are vacationing there and something. I you know I have friends from America and air like blown away like they took a fallen sprained her ankle and went to the hospital. And you know in London or probably like Rome and you know and if they go they go and they take like a couple of bucks and Baid Open. You're like your like where are you going to send the bill? And they're like there's no bill and you're like what it is. No I do worry and all the politics of US healthcare aside which we certainly can't get into. You know this sort of a sipe type thing really puts a bullseye on. What's wrong with a system that allows literally millions of people to not have insurance at all and therefore to way every single calculation as of whether they should go to the doctor or not with What's IT GONNA cost me You know this is the sort of thing anybody who suspects that they have. It really really ought to go to the doctor not just for their own benefit but for the benefit of of everybody right and you know so anyway. I don't know I am like I said I would put the odds at around thirty or forty percent at this point. That W W D is not going to happen because I think and the facebook news coming out today for a made developer conference shows how far in advance a company wants to make a decision like that. You know in in some ways you know what I mean. And it's like what if they? What if facebook canceled this thing and may comes around in the whole thing is is blown over? It's gone it's you know I. I don't think that means that. Anybody should be upset. I th I think it calls for caution so let's say two or three weeks from now or by sometime by the end of March Apple. Says you know it? Would you know because of this? We're not GONNA have. Wc This year and then June eighth rolls around and there's nothing. I'm sure some people are going to complain but you you know you can't expect somebody in March to have one hundred percent certainty as to where it's going to be in June. You know you have to you have to do what seems responsible which doesn't mean somehow magically foreseeing the future You know in a shorter term months in advance is very hard to to to To anticipate but like here in the US. It's always the case like we on the east coast of the US especially in the south where I live. It's seldom an issue but there was one a couple years ago but we have hurricanes and then he's hurricanes come and days in advance. They make a determination as to whether people on the coast should should evacuate or not and then. At some point they often make it a mandatory evacuation. Where I mean they. Don't arrest you if you don't leave but you know it's there are officially saying everybody must leave and you know if the police say you that you're not leaving they try to encourage you to get the hell out but then every once in a while the storm comes in it's not so bad and then people are like why the hell did you have is evacuate and it's like you can't you can't only tell people to evacuate when you're one hundred percent certain they need to evacuate because you're only one hundred percent certain when the one hundred twenty mile hour winds are blowing the roof off your house you know. Yeah Yeah and like these events you. They are planned several months in advance. Right. It's not like you can say oh. Let's wait until the meat may right and then we can announced WC. It's doesn't work like that and I think a lot of people actually think that does but it's not like that. You need several months of planning for all I mean you you. We mentioned engineers preparing their possessions. That's an example takes months of work. Well I like I said I think either way that will still happen on the same schedule and I think that whether they have full. Wdc DC whether they cancel it and do it on line only and hold a press event or whether even a precedent isn't deemed safe. And maybe they would do a keynote. That's online I don't know I mean that would be weird to not have anybody in the audience. But although I guess they'd still have their own apple employees and so you'd still here all the so. Maybe a retail employees right. They could they could fill it up with some people But I still feel like they will do the annual this is the state of our asses and our roadmap for twenty twenty. One you know fall of twenty twenty into twenty twenty one Here you go. I feel like that will happen. Either way it's just a question of whether you want to have five invite five thousand developers from around the world into beautiful hospitable Santos say beautiful especially beautiful so I don't I don't even remember. I drink coffee every day and now I'm trying to remember. Where the hell do I get it? I don't even remember. I honest to God. I can't even. I was there for four days last week. I don't remember where I got coffee. I think it's like my mind was so scarred by the experience it like it was like traumatic and I've forgotten the memory. I am pretty sure that one time last year Marco arment walked us to some kind of breakfast place that took like twenty to get to. They didn't have coffee so for you. Social policy which I do miss but social policy didn't take twenty minutes to get to but it did take twenty or thirty minutes to get a sandwich. My wife Goes Wife. Got a hamburger and and it took forty five minutes thinking hamburger place I mean. It's like shocker. That that place closed due bad. Because they actually had decent espresso and croissants. Sometimes it was good food. Just it just clearly wasn't meant for so I'm prepared for more than usual right but I don't even know if it is more people than usual. I think the San Jose Convention Center often hold conventions that are far larger than WW DC at it. That's the thing about San Jose. That just boggles the mind. Is that it. It feels in terms of the restaurant hours. The Coffee Shop Service. The early closing of the bars. Everything makes it feel as though it is sleepy. Little town where nothing big ever happens and apple just picked it and puts up a five thousand person tent like the circus once a year and it comes out of nowhere and nobody in town was aware of it in even though now they've had their what three years it's like. Nobody remembers that in June. You know there's a busy week but it's worse than that because they have conventions throughout the year it is. It is a very large convention center. I don't I suppose in term when you add up all of Mosconi north South and West or whatever the hell the three three parts of it are I guess Mosconi is bigger overall. I mean you can't eyeball because so much of Mosconi is underground but apple never for. Wwe never took the the two main buildings they only use. The you know the one that actually has glass upstairs it. I think it's bigger than than the old we're apple used to hold. Wc and there's so there's gotta be big conventions throughout the year. It's like just it's a convention area. It's a convention area of town. That is not ready for any conventions of any sort whatsoever. Boggles the mind. Maybe they just don't like other people coming in. It's just everybody and everybody feels like it's everybody's first day on the job saddens me because every San Jose local that I've met that like super lovely and kind people. It's just the store owners. That don't know how to deal with that so I don't know I was with somebody here. We're trying to close a bar and my friend. Luke asked the manager. Do you like to make money and the guy? That's the problem anyway. All right let me take a break here. And thank God I sponsor it is two times.

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"dot net" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

04:01 min | 11 months ago

"dot net" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Let's fix the system so that the secure thing is not complex. Let's change the sample insecure thing. Let's fix the system so it's easy to do this secure thing and I think that's a different way of approaching things but a really important now and I appreciate that philosophy if you have to put at the end of any sample sampled. Don't do this in production. Don't publish that that now. You get to the essence which is security does make things more complicated. We need to make better security tools absolutely. I think we've come a long long way I think there's a lot of a lot of great products out there. It's still it's still done as a sort of afterthought integration in most in most cases in so for Pollux me we. We tried to make that as it's easy to do. Just by default as part of your developer inner loop Always still got a ways to go on making things secure by default I would be remiss if I did. We talk a little bit about power shell because then it hit me. The power show is a great description of that. You can use his very simply you can use this very complexly to whereas power shovel in this story. Arc Now yes. We just launch dot net in preview Basically we want to start getting feedback from people on the shape of the API is and you know certain aspects of things like you know ase inc are complex in. We think we have a good solution but we want to make sure it works for everybody. Everybody so that's where we started. And so you know any core language works you know C.. Sharp of Sharp v We haven't done an example in Fortran Tran- yet but that's on the list of your list. Man I I can't I can't I can't wait to see you know. A modern coober nineties application occasion written in Fortran that's amazing. IBM still maintaining a version of Fortran. Dot Net and Fujitsu still maintaining version of COBOL DOT net. Ah Ha Kabbalah might even be better Yeah but but but yet power show. We've definitely had folks ask about it. In in fact I think the same day that we we launched the dot net cor preview. Somebody had done an adapter to be able to use it in power show. That's on the base. Go by the time we get a to G. A. Dot net which is going to be early Q.. One Next year will power. Shell support we definitely have a lot of folks in the partial social community. That are are looking forward to that. I'm hoping to get some some friends at Microsoft that are still working on power shell to to help with some of the. API design challenges. We have there but it's actually not not a ton of work now that we have the core foundation laid this dot. Net implementation is azure only. Could I be writing dot net code that we go to. Aws Yeah we you get access to you. Know the three dozen or so providers mentioned earlier. You can get access to all those so you. Aws azure Google Cloud Can even do these fear. VM's on Prem if you want So we basically have input looming a lot of us came up through dot net and so we kind of know how to do multi-language run times and so we are protected. The system to to be multi-language at its core the heart of the systems actually written and go but it can. It can load any language as a plug in basically and and then any of these core providers we have we have a way co-generating. API's across all languages we support so it's actually pretty easy. Once we have a new language we just read the code generated one and we get the support across all of our packages. I was looking at the sample. They're saying you love me. Straight to the AZURE SEAL is always conservatives address but unethical dot net corp people would be but certainly certainly those dot net core people that are running. VM's elsewhere to yen. We actually Azure a number of people on the team approached us after seeing some of the pollutants samples Prior to that are you know and still to this day..

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"dot net" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"dot net" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And, you know, be willing to transition through different seasons and just be honest about where you're at exactly. Now, your business has a lot of moving parts is, I would say, I don't know if you think of it this way, but, you know, you're sitting at the helm of a sizable organization of independent contractors contractors that do creative work for you. They do programming for you graphic design a whole host of things. And so that entrepreneurs sort of the managing the operation entrepreneur, but I know you well enough to know that you're also you have. Steady diet of innovation you like to invent new products and test them, and try them bring them into the market and it really try to engineer things to market. So in the world of business with many, many moving parts, this whole idea of, of our and our probably takes a little bit different color. Yeah. I mean, we do we do the copywriting we do web development. We manage ad campaigns for clients. Like I just got done. Speaking to a guy who has a very successful site, and we're going to help him, you know, create content that, you know, goes viral and we'll make him a bunch of money on the ad revenue side. I'm love it. That'll be launching products. So there's, there's definitely a lot, you know, that we offer and, yeah, it's you have to balance kind of, like there's times where you really need to be working like crazy. And there's times where you need to sit back and allow your your mind in your body to kind of refresh, and relax because that will actually fuel the next round of innovation and creativity. And the next season of, you know, go go go times exactly his your business seasonal per se like does it actually follow the, the sun or is it has its own clock? Or what is your seasonality look like call a fiscal or calendar year? Yeah. You know, the honestly the only thing that I've seen kind of in the business services world, which is where we're at. We offer a lot of, you know, where B two B is that July is always kind of a down month because I feel like the whole world on on vacation in July. And then around, you know, right when a week before Christmas to like a week after January. Those are typically times on those are kind of scheduled times where I get to the back and think, and relaxed, but other than that work, we're all year long. There's not a huge Assif. Now, they like there would be with the outdoor service company or something like that. You got a lot of non correlating types of activities. I'm guessing in non correlating businesses that have their own little ebbs and flows sort of fills it in. Now you're winding out to the end of sort of this restful time this summer as you describe it and into, you know, sort of the spark for turning into the fall and into the the first of the year and the season. From L commerce. Well, good stuff, copywriter today dot net is the website, triple eight six eight nine one two three as gave the best their business services be to.

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"dot net" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"dot net" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Dot net applications to easily integrate customer she learning into those applications without really much prior expertise and developing our tuning machine learning models that has a pipeline and just kinda really helps you go through the process so if used seth horror as dot net client side library for doing machine learning a no little bit about that is it similar or is it a higher level it's really i it's really actually at a little bit of a higher level it's a it's a new package that you can download and start using and basically it's extensible so support is coming for light gbm c n t k intense or flow behind the scene so it it really is the kind of the front end for your machine learning needs into from dot net into other things okay and if you do have to know anything about you know algorithms and what to apply i mean that's that's where most people get in the weeds i think is they don't know what to do all they know is that they've got some data and they want to get something out of it or you know learn something from it right you know the thing the thing with machine learning is really it it gives you the learners gives you the way to train trainer model and really kind of figure out what you wanna do and so the biggest the biggest issue that i see is really trying to figure out what that what that problem actually is what question are you trying to solve that right yeah that seems to be the point we get to so often now he's just this are you asking the right question like going through this process to get to what we truly trying to figure out here i have this huge heap of data and i think i want this you know my hypothesis is that i i want to figure out what this is actually doing but then do i have the right data that's going to give me the that's gonna give me the answer and right am i asking the right question and those are that's kind of where we're getting to with the sophistication that we've got with a lot of different machine learning networks now it's it's getting a lot more away from the actual algorithms and more toward what problems are you trying to solve we should pick a scenario to talk about over the course of the show 'cause i'm sure it's going to come up again and again again sure i mean sort of the classic ones is even on the home page it's just sort of like credit card fraud detection bubble that take care of you probably should building your own for.

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"dot net" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"dot net" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Dot net applications to easily integrate customer she learning into those applications without really much prior expertise and developing our tuning machine learning models that has a pipeline and just kinda really helps you go through the process so if used seth horror as dot net client side library for doing machine learning a no little bit about that is it similar or is it a higher level it's really i it's really actually at a little bit of a higher level it's a it's a new package that you can download and start using and basically it's extensible so support is coming for light gbm c n t k intense or flow behind the scene so it it really is the kind of the front end for your machine learning needs into from dot net into other things okay and if you do have to know anything about you know algorithms and what to apply i mean that's that's where most people get in the weeds i think is they don't know what to do all they know is that they've got some data and they want to get something out of it or you know learn something from it right you know the thing the thing with machine learning is really it it gives you the learners gives you the way to train trainer model and really kind of figure out what you wanna do and so the biggest the biggest issue that i see is really trying to figure out what that what that problem actually is what question are you trying to solve that right yeah that seems to be the point we get to so often now he's just this are you asking the right question like going through this process to get to what we truly trying to figure out here i have this huge heap of data and i think i want this you know my hypothesis is that i i want to figure out what this is actually doing but then do i have the right data that's going to give me the that's gonna give me the answer and right am i asking the right question and those are that's kind of where we're getting to with the sophistication that we've got with a lot of different machine learning networks now it's it's getting a lot more away from the actual algorithms and more toward what problems are you trying to solve we should pick a scenario to talk about over the course of the show 'cause i'm sure it's going to come up again and again again sure i mean sort of the classic ones is even on the home page it's just sort of like credit card fraud detection bubble that take care of you probably should building your own for.

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"dot net" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"dot net" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

"Are you are founder of it is that true or so it's an interesting story so i'm the i'm the sole founder of the company but that while i was to fullti free freelancer ahead a even assistant junior guy who started with me and like he's correctly the cto of the company but like even if i found it if he's been with the company before it was cool as hipsters would say that's a really competitive space isn't it yeah most definitely it's it's really tricky to get the word out and essentially length any business especially with the in a well known race to the bottom and all the side build their south there it's definitely a challenge how do you differentiate yourself so we've we've been profiling providing high scale enterprise services in wordpress so we're press is a content management system that's been around since two thousand three but it started as a boarding platform and most people still relate were breast you just you know a bog engaging something like you know we're dot com or books spot or rain out there or medium if you want and also most people in the community most in the industry our designers were borders with turned into super user selling services most of the word that happens in the grass communities essentially installing sides and themes and points and that's pretty much it maybe a little bit of customization on the front end but the that's pretty much what it what it's all about on the other end you do have companies building dot net applications in java or say ruby on rails django some more mature enterprise technologies.

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"dot net" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"dot net" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Four nine nine and we also have www dot treescape inc dot net inc inc that okay fashion got a lot of calls coming in too and let's take some of those is gonna talk to jack and deerfield hey jack thanks for calling in how can we help you today thank you hey wait the state is there any way i can stop the growth of got black hills spruce and a another one would be a pine tree and unfortunately me i didn't think i'd be living here this long so i didn't give them enough room to grow and now they're encroaching on something i don't want them to coach on so i'm wondering if there's any way i can top them to stop the girls jack i i hear this all the time people plant trees and don't realize how big they're going to get so your concern is not horizontal growth but more vertical hif f the problem okay you can top him you know evergreens are supposed to have that conical pyramidal shape to them if you cut the tip back considerably it's not going to have it's typical shape but it's it's sure if it's if it's not any bigger than twenty two twenty two feet tall i can still move that and relocated somewhere else on your property twenty twenty two feet you can still take that out correct yes well okay and if it is taller than that night and get up there how much you didn't specifically my question if i do have to chip off let's say a foot also center chip well that stopped the growth or no a lot of times evergreens will start a new central leader on its own they want to grow up faster than out so you can cut it back as far as you want you're gonna miss shape the canopy it's not going to be a typical pointed evergreen the black hills spruce is a lot slower grower than any pine pine trees grow faster than spruce trees right so yeah go ahead and cut it back if unless you don't wanna miss shape it if it isn't any bigger than twenty two twenty two feet i could relocate it for you.

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