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"dot tv" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"Discord that's how we talk Inside the game. So yeah it's always. It's always strange because i am on console. I know tom hutyler on pc. But i got my headphones connected to my pc running. And but i'm playing on the console so it would be nice to have it all in one year one spot but yes exciting so yeah. I'm excited about that. I excited to see what it might even just do it. Just having that capability But yeah that has been the news for this week. Let us get to the next part of our show. Like corey said at the top The last part of the show is in which we answer questions from you. The people and there are many many ways that you can submit questions like you can send an email to questions at murdoch dot tv. You go to a form. Nerd on dot tv backslash questions You can also join our discord Nerd on dot. Tv backslash discord there are channels within their to submit them and if you are a member of the nation nerd on dot. Td backslash patriot fan. You do get what. We call a nerd on nudge. In which we answer questions from you. The people so questions And you can ask questions about anything. True light s rancor s rancor asks which do you think would be the tasty pokemon taurus so this this came from sorry in from this came from a A stream because i was about like man pokemon can make a more money. Even though they have like they're the largest franchise the entire world But it's i think if anything they could they could literally make like keys over the key. Pogue amman trash can trash bags out. The trash bag pok. Mon brits like if you were to come on what would they be josh. I know that you're not too familiar. But if you want to say like. I think this would be really cool. How would they make that as a pokemon. I think i could do that. Unless you know a pokemon yeah. I mean i said minor toro's meat just.
Where to Go When Centralized Social Media Kicks You Off Their Platform
"It's hearty magin. You not being exposed to rack plea or indirectly to the shenanigans that are currently going on across all the major centralize social media networks. There isn't an individual or industry considered immune any longer. If you raise your voice and share an opinion that doesn't coincide with the mainstream narrative you're doomed to being blocked banned the monetize or deep platform amongst the first to come under the gunfire of the technocrats were independent journalist followed by doctors and medical professionals who share alternative view. Today even a farmer can be banned simply because he raises a supply chain issue. That might lead to serious problems in this tributing food. As this topic is often considered quote unquote sensitive. It can lead to censorship. Look we've certainly come a long way. What started out. As a supposedly genuine social experiment has absolutely nothing to do with social and human generosity anymore before i share a few alternative decentralized blockchain social platforms that you can move to in case you get the monetize and be platform from big tech. I highly suggest you use these networks even if you haven't been banned from youtube facebook twitter and all those other platforms. Some of these platforms have already consolidated their presence by onboarding major players from across industries and ecosystems. You might be surprised that video views on one of these blockchain based networks. I'll just mention a few seconds have become incredibly close to numbers used to seeing on youtube. Now okay so here. We go blockchain based decentralized alternatives to centralized social media as start with the first one. it's A proper youtube will turn it if and it's called a library and also odyssey so there two platforms but the main tack is on library for those of you who are tech developers or more tech savvy so it spelled. Lb so library can find library dot tv and the other one is odyssey spelled o. d. y. s. e. so if you're missing your favorite journalist or content creator that was banned from youtube due to his or her non-mainstream spin on current events. That i'm pretty sure you find this person on library and the respectively the cool thing about this blockchain based decentralized network is the fact that you can upload your videos to library i and use this source to redistribute to other channels including e too so for those of you who have video content and haven't been the platform to andy monetize from youtube. You can also choose another route. You can go to a library. So blockchain a loaded up on library and from there go library. I used to source code to basically redistribute to. Youtube is absolutely possible. Okay so that's the first network a library and odyssey the second one is a mine's mine's is a blockchain based decentralized social media platform that hasn't gained proper traction yet although they have a pretty neat product similar to facebook very similar to the facebook ecosystem. Actually you can create your own channel access your news feed and use discovery to find trending topics or content based on specific hashtags. Just like you would on instagram. For the more you can join groups that cover topics of interest to you or build your own group of like minded individuals more importantly you can use your minds token which is the native cryptocurrency to run ads across the platform now. The ads are super easy to set up. And they actually remind me of facebook's early apparat are backing twenty eleven. I've talked about mind several times on this podcast also written block posts about it and i highly suggest especially those of you who love to run facebook ads to check out the advertising. A product that a mindset delivers on their blockchain network. And i've written a blog post about also did the recording. It's cold why bother with blockchain social ads. Now if you're on your desktop or your pad you might want to check that out. Because i've also shared some screengrabs as to how i've set up the add on minds also with kind of settings i use so that might be of interest to you if you are interested in running ads on the block chain. It's really really easy okay. Number three is
Cryptocurrency and Domains: Real Estate in Cyber Space
"Was listening. Talk about domain. That how you view them as as real estate in cyberspace almost as well as a fixed asset like you find correlations. They're not to get to deviated from cutting your story but like when you look at bitcoin you see any parallels domains or about digital scarcity only one person can own the word voice on the dot com network so the dot com is like the main chain dot. Edu a secondary chain dot io or or dot org. These are all secondary change but the dot com was the primary domain chain. Only one person own voice. One person can own strategy or wisdom or mike or michael and early on. I was very obvious to me that if you owned domain that people understood that they could spell that they could type. That was a much better idea than having the company which is hard to spell and hard to type like imagine. Misspelling a word today as the name of your company it used to be marketing. Guys would say misspell the word. So it's unique but if you try to type a misspelled word into your browser. The spell checker corrects it. So you gotta like a won't correct voice won't correct mike and it won't correct strategy but it will correct strategy with two is and so you can't name. Your company's strategy with two is a why because you can't type it into the browser. It was very obvious to me back. Then that only one person could own the word wisdom on the dot com work. I and they were dirt cheap so i thought i mean not. I couldn't buy from nineteen bucks. But i could buy it for one hundred thousand dollars and if you had one hundred thousand dollars lying around you could buy the word wisdom well. How many people know demeans couple of billion how many people have been taught for eighteen years to the meaning of wisdom and how to spell with them. So you're talking about there must be two three four billion people on the planet that actually know how to find you. If you're sitting on the wisdom domain so so that was the idea behind domain scarcity relates to bitcoin because bitcoin is about digital scarcity all crypto so bitcoin is the main chain dominant chain. I mean there's a theory and then there's car donna and there's llosa and everything else that falls off it's not unlike dot com is the dot. Edu is dot io is the dot. Tv walk clearly. You want to be on the main chain if you can and you want to own scarcity and so i got excited about it back then. Here's what i thought like. If you have the word voice for the next thousand years voices going to mean voice in the english language and if there's ten billion human beings to learn how to speak english even if they spread all the way across the stars voice is going to be voice. And what's what's great about a brand well if you name your company or your product that thing and if a billion people can hear it in one second remember it spell it type it find it valuable. I mean that's worth a billion dollars to own tone a fundamental word on the main chain. So that's why. I bought them and held them. And eventually i sold voice for thirty million dollars last year. I didn't want to but it's the highest quality ears right. Yeah i did. It's the highest price. Anybody ever paid for naked domain. And i kind of wanted just to create a comp and the market so people would realize these things are valuable so the next one goes for one hundred million and the next one goes for five hundred million and the next goes for a billion. But you're talking about owning the english language. What's that worth just like. Bitcoin is about owning one. Twenty one millionth of everything. There's ever going to be like what's that worth right. If more than twenty one million millionaires. Everyone can own a bitcoin right. The only issue is is is dot com the main chain and is bitcoin. The main blockchain right. And what makes it the main one. Well at the fact that everybody uses it. What makes it the main one. And so of a billion people go there first and if they end their conditioned goes to google dot com amazon dot com apple dot com facebookcom numbers going to facebook dot tv so so once you get hundreds of billions or trillions of interactions on a main chain it becomes dominant and that becomes a dominant network. And so i got into that.
How To Make A YouTube Ad Campaign To Promote A Webinar
"Install. podcast this podcast, we help marketers and business owners just like you get more value out of the fit your marketing efforts. My is Dan golden from video dot TV, where we help you utter game on Youtube for business and transform your viewers into loyal customers and our new business also is vid target dot io where we help you get a higher return on your too bad spend with targeted Youtube video placement lists along with my co-host she's the powerhouse video marketer from San Francisco. It's R. E. N. W. T. w. e. l. e., y. reneged from video explained. Hello. Renee Hello Dane today I'm happy as chocolate bunny on the day. Easter. Coaching this podcast but are you thrilled earl undelighted all of the things. And Rene, what do you do at video explained? That he explained I, offer video production and consulting services to help companies use video to build credibility, generate leads and convert those leads into paying customers. Okay and you the listener you should know that as always you can follow along in the PODCAST APP you're listening to right now with the transcript and the links and hey, let us know what you think and tweet us here on the show. I'm dain golden she's RT, Lee on twitter. And today we have a special guest. It's Jake Larson of video power marketing welcome Jake. Hey guys. It's good to be or I'm happy as a chocolate bunny as well. On a day after eastern, you made it. We made it through. Fantastic Jake Larson. We asked you on the video marketing value podcast today because longtime, you've been running the video power marketing company and you now have the Youtube ads playbook course, which I am a very energetic participants in which is great. You guys create ads, you manage campaigns for businesses of all kinds and I wanted to ask you because you guys wrote a blog post recently about how to drive Webinar registrations with YouTube bads, and this is very big for anyone's who's doing a B. Two B.. Type of business which we love helping people on with this podcast. Is this a good topic for today? I'm is really relevant I. Think. webinars have been around for a long time and they're still working and so in a lot of the clients that we're working with the have the have webinars, which is a great way to build trust in the marketplace. And Use it as an educational piece to train your audience at the teach them a valuable skill sets and then. Towards the end of. The. Webinar. You can invite them to take further action to help grow your business whether it be an application to work with you can purchase your program. So it's a great way to deliver value in the marketplace and also help grow your business to. Yeah. So I, completely agree with you I think webinars can be really effective for businesses but I also think Sometimes people don't really have a good understanding of the strategy behind their webinars and how to drive people to those webinars and how to get as much value out of them as possible and so I'm really excited about this topic as we've mentioned Webinar registrations or Keith for many types of businesses, particularly high ticket items such as you know what most companies will sell. So they're not selling a ten dollar subscription they're selling. Their products worth thirty, thousand dollars or ten thousand dollars or whatever. It might be kind of high ticket items. is also good for coaches, promoting courses and other types of things. So how should we think about the structure of a Webinar video ad on Youtube in a way that might be different than other types of? Yeah, so I always say whenever you your advertising especially as if it's for your weapon on your company's Webinar. To come from a place of giving like you WanNa give service, you WANNA be able to provide value for people. So making sure that you come, you're starting in the right place of delivering value and come from a place of giving I think is a great place to start. And after that, the the the goal of any AD. is to is want to grab people's attention Bill Trust at value and invite him to take further action and so for the actual ad piece. Wearing, biting them to register for your webinar where they can get additional training and potentially work work with you. So when it comes to really any ad not just weapon are we following a seven step framework where? The framework is basically What's the hook? I mean the hook is like how can like? WHO. Are you? Why should people watch the people continue watching this ad? How can you hook people watching the rest of the video to like anyone who was on youtube is is there to either solve a problem or to be entertained. So stepping. In our step number two is present the problem or challenge or opportunity that the audience is currently facing. Three, provide the solution for. For like what's the credibility like? What gives you the right to be making this video? What's proof that your solution works? And then five is the product overview and that's where we kind of diving the more. But what will people be learning on this on this Webinar? What are the three to five benefits that people will learn on the Webinar six the call to action inviting people to take action so
"dot tv" Discussed on Launch Your Live
"Now, the second thing you can also do is you can have a side by side. For example, there's two people, and that'll typically take your rectangular feed and cut it basically right down the middle and you'll have to big images. However, you can also then go into like three people as well on camera, and so you know having these split-screen graphic. It's a way to enhance your stream. A couple of different ways. One of those is it lets you add on for example, like your logo, your branded colors you know you can make your stream look a lot more professional because it's basically going over top of your video feed The other thing though with the split-screen graphic that find useful is that it helps you stand out because if you know, it doesn't really matter what platform you're using. Necessarily it's the content that matters, but it does make your life. A lot better. If you are using something like this and it's very easy to do I mean you really just building layer and then you cut out two or three holes depending on how many people you're going to have on screen and just bring that overlay up when you have that feed, for example. So that's the split screen graphic overly s number seven gem. Number Eight. Yeah, absolutely. So number eight number eight is being live video frame and this is again a very similar type of graphic that you can create and this one basically is. And this is how I would do. I would go into my life streaming software I would take a screen shot of my video feed and the reason I would do this. So I can see myself what I look like on camera, and all we're doing is building a frame that's going to go around this, and again, it gives you the ability to add some branding in some cases it doesn't have to be anything fancy either I mean if you WanNa just put a very thin frame around it for example, it could be a solid color that matches your brand or something a little more. Elaborate with some design and whatnot to you can quickly create this in a tool such as easel or cancer. CRIOLLO or any other ones we mentioned earlier and then when you're doing life shame, you can bring up your live video frame. So personally I think the library of frame, it's useful for tool such a stream yard. If you're using ELI DOT TV and even re stream dot io those all those tools right there..
"dot tv" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"It's you either already have an xbox playstation and that's we can get or if you're a parent getting something for your kids, you're GonNa go for that to ninety nine. If you're a broad street, you're going to go for the three ninety nine PS. It's GONNA be five generations into each console. Everything's new and we're like, ooh what's going to be the good thing it's like we kind of have a pretty good. I'm so close of just being like L. Cora we'll get you that digital Asian five. So one day and then you get me the two, nine, nine xbox. Okay. We could be playing halo. Then all I have to buy is an xbox shaped ps five controller you play hill on PC. You Buy. Company. Yeah, I can't wait for hill infinite. So we can all because it's going to be cross. It's going to be cross play with PC as well. So again, it's not going to matter what council I'll. Get on xbox just to be with home, it's going to be amazing. That is another thing I am enjoying about the xbox anything I have on my xbox I can play on my computer. Game Pass Life Anyway we. Got A. Little Bit. Aright? Last part of our show in which we answer questions from you of the people email like to submit those questions you can send an email over two questions at nerd on DOT TV or you can head onto nerd on dot TV backslash questions handy little form. You can also get into our discord. There is a channel and there you can submit questions, and if you are a member of the nerd on nation or not about TV backlash patriotic, you do get what we call a nerd on nudge where you're. I and I don't know why I'm gesturing to a camera because there aren't videos for this these episodes it's really uncomfortable everyone. So. You can ans-, you can answer any question you want, but we can answer questions that you ask can make anything like.
These CS:GO Coaches Just Got Banned For Cheating
"The go seen just got by gigantic cheating scandal and no I'm not talking about a bunch of nobody's getting caught hacking and the F. L. This happened at the highest level of competitive counter strike and three coaches were banned and on top of that, there's been a second investigation with up to potentially fifteen different cases of match-fixing happening at the semi pro level. It's been a rough month for couch. All right. So for a while now we've been streaming over a twitch dot TV slash the score, east sports with our talk show clouded, and if you love the stories that we cover here on donut mean well, you're GonNa love some of the conversations that we have over on twitch. We break down some of the biggest stories from East sports in streaming and we talk a little ship while we're at. So make sure you follow the channel and hit that notification button. So you know exactly when we go live and you can watch me get roasted for two hours straight the news. Of this cheating scandal broke day after esl one Cologne finished is published an investigation and they say quote we were made aware that by taking a combination of different steps of Bogin Cisco allows the coach of a team to become a spectator anywhere on the map unbeknownst to anyone else and so yeah, this coaching exploit as it's being called basically allows a coach to place themselves anywhere on the map and then swivel their camera from side to side and theoretically take any info that they gather from that and give it to their players. It's basically one giant broken cypher cam like in foward. Check this ship. Now, the bombshell at the heart of ESL's investigation is the fact that they've proved coaches from heroic MIB are and hardly talk use this exploit at multiple different ESL events leading up to esl one Cologne. Three teams competing at the highest level of counterstrike cheated in the investigation is said that the exploit violated quote section six point ten, five use of glitches and quote of esl's Rupel to be very clear is says that all of this happened prior to the start of esl one Cologne and that in fact, the exploit was actually patched out prior to the tournament started, and so these rulings are the result of a long investigation that just happened to be published at the same time that he also Cologne was finishing. The investigation also says at what tournament the coaches abused the exploit hardly coach Makino gun use the exploit at esl one road to Rio on six maps in three matches Perot's coach. Used the exploit at Dream Hack master spring in ten rounds on one map and Coach dead used the exploit at ESL one road to Rio in one round on one map on Thursday September fourth former NRP IP coach Pita admitted to abusing the coaching exploits during an EP L. Match Against Mel Sports back in two thousand eighteen and like I mentioned off the top these aren't just some punk teams cheating their way through F pl or some shit. This is the highest level of competitive counterstrike, its coaches and players competing amongst the best of the best and being found guilty of cheating in an online tournament with a prize pool of three hundred, fifty, thousand dollars on top of. That her minutes to win the European portion of one Cologne and they look fucking doing dominating some of the best teams in the world magic going from heroes to cheaters in the span of twenty four hours and the way we know about this exploit and the fact that coaches have been abusing it over the last few months is thanks to freelance East Sports, referees, me Kaos Lewinsky and Steve Dudin off they spent dozens of hours poring over thousands of different demos and meticulously documenting any time they thought the export was being used a big props goes out to those guys now unfortunately, coaches abusing this. Is, not limited to esl vets beyond the summit recently put out a statement that says basically that dead the coach for Mbr was found guilty of using this exploit and beyond the summit six in the most damaging part of the statement is where they said that dead explicitly knew how to fix the exploit and continue to abuse it anyway quote de demonstrated he knew how to fix the glitch while maintaining competitive integrity prior to see US summit six online by requesting technical timeout disconnecting and reconnecting which happened in the May first of match versus Mb. At, ESL. One Road to Rio and then from there, they go on to say that quote dead knowingly abused the coach spectator glitch to obtain an unfair competitive advantage and ours lower bracket round three match versus triumph at summit, six online on June. Twenty third and quote yeah. That whole give him the benefit of the doubt type thing goes out the window on this. Now, as you can imagine, the punishments handed down in the response online was both fast and fierce. Here's ESL's punishments. All three coaches rox hunting is banned from competing and coaching an ESL events for a year. Dead is banned for six months and hard legions. Makino gun is banned for wapping twenty four months or a full two years on top of that all three teams will retroactively be disqualified from the tournament in question while also forfeiting both their esl pro tour points and the prize money earned from those tournaments man you sell is not fucking around and. Beyond the summit band dead from the next to be Vance while also retroactively disqualifying maybe from beyond the summit six and they basically have to forfeit their prize money as well. Now, at the time of recording this, hardly June is the only team that's released a public statement on the matter and they basically said that they've dropped mechanica quote yesterday we received. A letter from ESL announcing the decision to ban or coach for two years. It was difficult for us to believe in Alexander's guilt but we had to conduct a personal investigation of this situation based on the results of internal discussions. We decided that the punishment from ESL was fair. We refuse to make any appeal and we are staying in the side of. The tournament organizers and and predictably lot of the responses from the scene on online. A whole bunch of you gotta be fucking kidding from pros to analysts to popular content creators. Of course, Brazilian fans everybody is thoroughly pissed off, and honestly people should be pissed off because while this exploit doesn't involve all hacks or a mocks or some other stereotypical idea of. It still seriously undermines the competitive integrity of CS go
Interview with Michelle G Hunder
"He welcome back to another episode of this week and photo I'm your host, Frederik van. Johnson this is the first streams last recording that I'm doing on the service twitch dot TV. I was GONNA say new service twitch DOT TV, but it's not new, but it's new to me so I have the honor of having Michelle. With me she's one of the more prolific photographers streamers that are on twitch, and she has graci-graciously offered up herself to be interviewed as well as giving me some tips and tricks on how to operate and navigate in the world of twitch. It's an interesting World Michelle G. Hunter. Welcome to the podcast how you doing. Good thank you so much for having me. I'm really good. I'm excited I was nervous leading up to this interview don't before I've done literally hundreds of interviews. Over the span span of a decade or so. But this one I was nervous work because this is a new experience this is a new world. Yes. So so far we dive into the world of twitch. Tell me about Michelle who is Michelle Jihad? Or a photographer, your husband's a documentarian like what is going on down there Yes I live in. Melbourne Australia. I am a professional music photographer I've been shooting for roughly ten dis, almost ten years. I've been married for the same amount of time. So intended. To. Gorgeous dogs that my life will allies. And to be honest I think like you know when you talk about who I am like a lot of my identity is very much wrapped up in what I do. I. Really. Being amusing photographer as my life I've thrown everything into it. I absolutely love my job. It doesn't feel like work like it feels. Like I have the best job in the world and I work with amazing people and I'm constantly inspired by the people that I work with the work that I get to do. And yet I think it's you know the last couple of months of has really thrown a bit of a spattering the work for me personally because because i. feel like that because I. Identify with what I do. So intimately, it really has changed my life and had to find. A, way to I guess. Put. All of the energy that I was putting into my life and my Korea into something else because I wasn't able to shoot and I'm still not able to shoot. Sorry, that's way twitch gaming and I started streaming five months ago and it's it's honestly a incredible. So yeah. Over you've taken over with a you like I'm I'm relatively new to it. So I'm like trying to find out you know who's who and what's what and all that stuff and your name keeps coming up over and over again in when people talk about you even when you're not on the street may refer the reverence that they attach to your name is like when fans talk about beyond, say you like the beyond shame Of which like how did that happen? How did you get that status on the service I? Definitely don't save I so like that I made I. I Guess Sin Vive like I like to support other people said I pop up in other people's strains all the time. I have time to do that at the moment. So I, guess that. Lends itself to making genuine friends and making genuine connections with people. I think I. Also, I have a decent social media following on other platforms I was able to bring. Like a I guess a relatively decent amount of papal arbor with me, sir. I wasn't ever street I wasn't even doing the hard yards and streaming to one or two people which a lot of people have to stop doing that hang on two seconds. My dog was. Crying, he wanted to be let out. So. I. Always had a decent number on still building that audience every day. But yeah, I, I definitely don't want to be taking credit being like the biggest. photographer. Strain were on the platform or anything like that. This this table, the debate. People like shoes. And this is about the guys that have been here for a very, very long time and I would take to take any credit away from the people that have been here. For since two, thousand, thirteen, striving and Being, on the platform for five months. So I feel like the people that have been here for a long time really set the groundwork. For for people like us and also anyone that started in the last few months also notice it. Those guys have really welcomed us with Arben really helped just like showing the ropes. With things like the twitch photography, tame and. Yeah just made it a really welcoming an amazing platform that I am just stoked to Bain vote into the honest. There's so much to it too.
Don't @ Me: The Story Behind Twitch's $25 Million Sex Addiction Lawsuit
"So recently twitch was served a twenty five million dollar lawsuit by Guy Dealing with a severe sex addiction. Basically he believes that the hundreds of women streamers he follows, makes his sex addiction worse in. It's all twitches fault. Yeah this story is as crazy as it sounds. Let's get into it. Guys were streaming over at twitter DOT TV. Slash the score e sports, and we're adding more and more content every single week, so whether it's talkshow clouded or the rotating Friday streams follow the channel, so you know when we go live, and maybe you'll catch me winning another absurd game of chess. I one call now wait what what kind of stupid game! I. Don't honestly I don't know how the first happened. Okay? Now back to the lawsuit on June fifteenth. A guy named Eric Estherville filed twenty five million dollar lawsuit against twitch lawsuit states that s still suffers from a bunch of health issues, including OCD, depression and a severe sex addiction, and the lawsuit goes on to say that quote. Because of these maladies he heavily relies on the Internet for all of his entertainment, purposes and quote. Quote and basically he suing twitch, because he alleges that women twitch streamers make his sex addiction OCD worse quote twitches severely exacerbated his condition by displaying many sexually suggestive women, streamers through twitches, twisted programming, and neck owed making it nearly impossible for the plaintiff to use twitch without being exposed to such sexually suggestive content and quote to be clear, and this is in the lawsuit s to below follows exactly seven hundred eighty six women streamers. Zero male streamers not only does the lawsuit named twenty popular women's streamers including. And pokey, Main in-includes, pages, and pages of photos of these women as evidence as I was going through this lawsuit looking through these photos, it just felt really weird. It didn't sit right with me. One other issue that s says exacerbates his sex. Addiction is the fact that you can't choose to break down streams by gender quote. There's no way for the plaintiff to filter streams. He'd like to. To Watch based on gender, male or female. Therefore, the plaintiff has to choose a game and or category to watch with thumbnails, showing these scantily clad women alongside men of being the only streaming channels available to him and quote now in reality you could manually filter between men and women streamers, depending on who you follow, but remember according to the lawsuit Esta follows exactly seven, hundred, eighty six. Six women, streamers and zero men again, according to the lawsuit, the twenty five million dollars estabilish, asking for is to be split between him in other twitch prime turbo subscribers with the rest of the money leftover going to charities of the courts, choosing on top of the twenty five million s Davila was asking twitch permanently banned the twenty women named in the lawsuit. Okay, everything we just discussed. Discussed makes up the front half of the lawsuit. The entire back half of a lawsuit is dedicated to multiple academic papers, breaking down the history in research done on sex, addiction and listen. This is a real medical issue in this guy deserves all the help that he needs. But blaming women on twitch is probably not the answer now. If you're thinking where the hell did this come from. Actually ESTHERVILLE. Oh has history of filing these kind of over the top lawsuits. It all starts back in two thousand nine after s Davila was banned from PS end for being a troll while playing resistance fall of man online and if you didn't know. Is Basically playstations online ecosystem similar to xbox live? Here's a quote from an interview. He did with an gadget when he originally filed the lawsuit quote. I sued Sony because when they banned me, they banned my whole console, which is like a five hundred dollar waste there because I can't go online anymore, which was one of my ways of socializing so when I sued for fifty five thousand dollars that was something called punitive damages. When you're trying to penalize a company, and that's what I was trying to do. Penalize them for banning someone and quote from there. He sued Sony again. Plus Microsoft in ten does over flaws in different console designs that he purposely tried to find that in. In Two thousand ten I Japan gamespot could talk in a bunch of other gaming websites did their job in wrote about the lawsuits that Estella had filed against Sony Microsoft and Nintendo and he really didn't like that like as in he filed one giant lawsuit against thirteen different websites, because he was upset about the fact that they were writing about him. estabilish became so notorious that he was given all sorts of nicknames, the plaintiff the serial sewer. The list goes on. Also he wants sued blizzard, because apparently walking in world of warcraft took too long and in the lawsuit he tried to rope in actress, Wynona Ryder to explain the significance of alienation in Catcher in the Rye and quote. Rider, catcher in the Rye world of warcraft lack. Of and you probably won't be surprised to hear that. All eight lawsuits were either dropped by Estella himself or dismissed by the court outright now the complaint against twitch was filed on June fifteenth, while the summons was served to them on June nineteenth meaning legally now they have to respond in court, and while twitch hasn't made an official statement on this situation. It's only a matter of time before the core proceedings become public and hey, maybe this case will farther than anyone else was expected. What? He said all the haters. I'm not trying to zag just because everybody else is going in one direction, but I honestly don't understand. A lot of the complaints like people are really upset about the story, choices and things like that and it's just like. Why why are you upset that somebody told you a story that. You didn't agree with the choices like it's not your fucking story to tell. And I get that we have connections to characters, and when certain things happen. It makes you upset, but. Really. I fundamentally do not understand how people can be upset about somebody else's narrative created in Britain.
"dot tv" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
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"Dot TV we want you desperately to join us it is a national day of prayer tomorrow I usually speak in the morning at seven in the morning on this day obviously that's been canceled and I decided maybe we'll start a new tradition four years at our church Yvonne and I ran the presentation I did everything at our church at lunch time on the national day of prayer and I spoke a little bit and we pray through and those kinds of things what would I do that tomorrow when F. I. S. M. dot TV on our website and on our financial issues app so I'm asking you please would you download the app just go to your apps store FIS and download the app and join us tomorrow for twenty minutes maybe twenty five where we are going to pray for the nation and doubt it's the only place you'll be able to hear it and join with us I'm doing it at one o'clock eastern time so that it is lunch time in the central time zone so plus everybody's home anyway so probably doesn't matter the majority of people are still home working so if you would join us we sure would appreciate it and I'm going to pray for certain things I'm gonna open a stop with some prayer next very short short message Yvonne is going to I'm going to open this up with prayer Yvonne is going to pray for healthcare workers I'm going to pray for our first responders and and military our police officers and military are we have a board member one of our board members who I hope is going to join us by Skype and he's going to pray with us somebody in the studio and we're gonna pray through five very important things for our country I'm gonna pray for government for churches for a family for a military or first responders.
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"Are users of the internet home theaters of photography drivers riders what whatever's got a chip in it eighty eight eighty eight S. we are many of we've created a monster here hi we have a chat with I. R. C. dot to dot TV a lot of great people in there watch the show live yeah I said watching because we do a video stream that I think a lot of the chat room watches and I said to the chat room I said if I touch my face I'm trying to train myself good hygiene here comes the corona virus I don't want to touch my face of tell me that might have been a mistake well I had set my face a lot eighty eight it is not a drinking game I just want to say that right now it's too early in the day eighty eight eighty eight S. Korea website tech I. labs dot com wine one Georgian Victor Montana hello George Elio okay well I got a small problem you doing today anyway I'm great if I don't touch my face anyway I'll be fine yeah I have a brief problem everybody does eight times a minute it's normal but we got to stop it for we're gonna stay healthy I guess yep what can I do for you Sir I've got that one of those Seagate the I guess they're called our drive plug into the computer and I got it mostly to keep photos but what I'm curious about when I open it up it shows everything that's on the computer the you know basic you know like you have the documents and all that but then it says C. gate that they have it all my wife's name and documentation and all that when I'm curious is all that going on that the gate R. well it depends on what you're doing and what you put in there so you plug it in you did you put any software on the computer to copy stuff over or what how are you getting stuff over there I did it it and I mac computer not good dragon time are using time machine I bet that's what happened yeah I got I got a time machine I don't know how that works okay so when you first on a mac when you first plug in a new hard drive USB hard drive it'll say aha Hey nice see that Seagate would you like me to use it for time machine now I generally say no because I want to use some other system to back up to it but if you said yes they will in fact start backing up everything on your computer to the external drive it does it in an intelligent way actually I really like time machine for a lot of people this is a great solution I have a I bought a big old Seagate I don't remember I think was a four terabyte drive to plug in the back of my I mac and I said yeah make that the time machine any time I do anything changed document whatever it's automatically backed up the nice thing about time machine is you can go back in time that's why they call it that so you could say I want it I stupidly I changed my novel I changed all the character's name Ben to Benji I don't want to do that and now I can go and I can have the a previous version of that novel I can of a previous version of that document time machine keeps them all until it fills up and then it starts a racing the oldest so it's a smart backup in the sense it won't fill up your Seagate but it will only keep the most recent as many recent copies as it can store so if your if your external drive is bigger than your internal drive you'll have multi yeah that's great your multiple copies so that's probably what's happening you can find out by looking at the time machine settings and see if that drive is set up as a time machine I thought that's the gate drive is yeah in a time machine is so yeah that's what I think if you're seeing otherwise how would you back it up just drag stuff over there yep hello well the big thing my wife is worried that we know it has the photographs and stuff in it but I want to know because she's mine all this other new stuff and she wants the which we bought this three day to back up everything but I don't know what that does that yeah I would suggest I think there's a very good choice turning on time machine I bet you it's already on and that's why you're seeing all that stuff on there because you forget that right you forget to dry I forgot to dress you know I change something or I added you know some and now I have it I forgot to do the time machine thing so you forget so what I would suggest is you can go in the system preference pane you know under the apple you collect yes it is on the menu there that says system preferences and there's a time machine system preference go in there and see what the backup disk is and then if you are using time machine you could turn on the time machine in the menu bar it'll show you what it's doing there's also an options button they can tell you what not to do you can say I don't don't back up stuff princes I usually exclude system files and applications I'm gonna if I if I lost my hard drive I'd reinstall those anyway so that saves space in the time machine and then only backs up your data like your photos so I think for you time machine because it's for it's dead simple you just turn on and forget it is gonna be the best choice and now I'm actually yeah so it's in your system preference I bet you've already got it set up you might wanna one other thing somebody's a pointing out I think is not it is not bad advise scooter Exeter Chatham saying if that Seagate drive you got was formatted for windows originally might be better to reformat it and then turn on time machine I need it because you want to make that Dr B. A. R. McIntosh file system drive time machine doesn't work well on on anything else you wanna make sure it's an HFS plus drive so I would right click that and that drive in format it then turn on time machine after you format it first thing I'll say is I see new drive again he will make a time machine check that box I bet you already did and now it's going to back up your photos and everything else but I do want to emphasize that's probably not enough time machine isn't so good that it's the only back up you should have it's probably the primary backup for everybody but the the backup a good backup strategy requires more than one backup copy and ideally one out of the house we call off site because if the house burns down you don't lose those photos right what yeah but I wanted to also the document and all that stored in at times seem to back that up yep it will end up put it on the the on the Seagate yep really once you say that Seagate's my time machine drive everything will get backed up to it all okay that's what we gotta do okay because we still used by cloud you know good so that was my next question is if you have an offsite backup and that if you're using apple's photos and you turn on iCloud backup now your gold and you have a local backup and if that should fail you know some disaster tornado hits the house and everything's gone you still have it in the cloud right okay so you do want something in the cloud that's a very very good thing good my wife wanted the Seagate so if you know they they have code catches on fire we're in the woods and no problem with that Seagate is of the house because of our the Seagate goes with the rest of it right lets you think to grab it as you're going out the door let well that's what you would think in the grab that drive to grab the computer you're gonna end up grabbing other things it's good it Hey if she grabs it great but in case I would also have an iCloud backup that's a great idea where our sponsor idrive I mean there's lots of ways to get up to the cloud yeah but that's a very good idea because then you have it's like belt and suspenders you sound like a belt and suspenders kinda guy George yeah I am in school so this is this is what we're talking about you know a bell is good belt and suspenders suspenders even better yeah okay your turn on the turn on time machine I would recommend before you do it I would recommend a formatting that drive into an apple format just to make sure that it's compact fully compatible with time machine you can do that just by right clicking on selecting format or you can or you can go to the disk utility but either way once you've opened the floodgates opened the gate and then right click on it you said just you don't have to open it right click on the icon and format it on the I corps and formatted that'll raise whatever's on there though remember but that's the idea we want to start over and time machines pretty quick it'll start B. R. U. turn don't forget to turn it on when you turn it on will start back up everything okay so formatted lord to be the time machine and then yeah I'm actually not yeah okay all right okay all right thank land it's good to talk to you I always like to support people backing up their data because you know I. Hey I get the calls from time to time he was on lost all the pecan or dog passed away last year and I had all these pictures and the hard drive failed I don't have my pictures and makes me it just breaks my heart so yeah this is good I'm really happy to hear you do you and your wife down the stretch it's great our show today brought to you by the amazing Epson eco tank printers you know I'm a fan the whole idea of the eco tank is well when is it when is a printer running in the middle of a print job right which means back to the store get more ink cartridges except you can say goodbye to ink cartridges Epson's don't have on the Epson eco tankers comes.
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"dot tv" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Do that you'll get some fun shows very interactive very participatory live streaming take you taking your virtually the creepy hot spots and talking big foot and far out type cool things so blue rock talk dot TV so Martin Byerly given us the update on the RMS Republic and he is or has gotten to the point of the story of a because I took him back a little bit then we'll talk about salvage take your calls but he was right to the point Martin you are going to be here we're gonna tell us that first view of the when you found the R. M. S. Republic and what it felt like okay the let me let me go back just a little bit before that we said that the inquiry regarding a loss of a larger ship in history to sing Thursday Ole Ole passengers were save there were major questions raised regarding Boca construction wireless telegraphy speed under adverse conditions republics act as a result of a collision in a dense fog all these questions were raised but they were never addressed in the public inquiry because there was no public inquiry despite the fact that this was a larger ship in history to sing to her day was considered unsinkable there were questions why did the ship sank a what about poker construction no wireless telegraphy number of life boats all the issues that should have been addressed and would have been addressed had a public inquiry been hell but with were never dressed why is that important this is a white star liner unsinkable sinking three years before Titanic and of course all those issues wireless telegraphy number of life boat speed under adverse conditions all the all the issues which should have been raised in a public hearing we're never dressed and they caused essentially the collateral damage with the loss of Titanic and as a sort of an odd number there fifteen hundred passengers were saved on Republic and the Florida which collided with Republic and about fifteen hundred passengers were lost in the Titanic collision someone might say this sort of a cosmic balancing if you will and unfortunately those passengers were lost in Titanic because the issues which impacted Titanic whenever dressed whenever formalized faster getting back to why that was of course it was politically expedient not to have an inquiry because they didn't want to acknowledge the losses are as cold shoe you might say it didn't want to connect consider it a curse where you have the the loss of Republican losses are schooled causing the centrally loss of Titanic the rather other coincidences there as well a lot several of the passengers were shoes made several of the crew members a Republic were became heroes because all the rest before the passengers were rescued and they were promoted they were promoted on to white star line's flagship Titanic so one of the people that we look for was Reginald L. Barker who is the purser on Republic and he was promoted he became assistant chief steward on Titanic and the last image we have of him is standing on on the side of the ship as a ship of the Titanic sinks beneath them with bags of what are presumed to be contents of the purses office stand in standing next those bags as the Titanic set sinks in a horse was lost on the Titanic so Titanic occurs then which was convenient for why strong because it had added to the to the you're fading in the public's memory loss of Republican overshadowed of course Republic by the sheer loss of of life and the tragic story but getting back to location were since they concealed the loss of the ship they also concealed the location where the ship sank we went to the official government position on the charge they said the Republic sale sank year those little shipwrecks symbol on the nautical chart and has a PD next to a PD means position doubtful so we went there to see official government position as the position of most treasured books have promoted as the lost because that's where the government said she sank we went there was a side scan sonar in nineteen eighty one side scan sonar was a relatively new technology that has that had been released to public access to commercial axis formally was a classified technology to be used in anti submarine warfare so we had when I went out and bought a Ruger rudimentary side scan sonar we went out we went to the first position we couldn't find anything there so nothing at thirty six Fallon's with the governments of the vessel sank but we also had or I'd have choir at that point the Coast Guard log books a Coast Guard vessels that were telling the Republic when she sank again she's an unsinkable ship she sank while under tow back to New York but I acquired the log books of the two Coast Guard vessels that were involved in the telling and both Coast Guard vessel says she sank on forty fathoms of water both said forty felons one said she sank location a at forty fathoms and the other boats such second location be it forty fellows both of forty fathoms but those two locations were about six miles apart so we started on location one on the agreed date of forty feathers what location one and started running a a lawn mower the Cologne more more operation taking the size cancel on going back and forth essentially over the forty fathom line and about midway through a from a search from point a the first location to the second location approximately midway between our search we found this a mensch obstruction public is six hundred feet long comes seventy foot wide and she comes up about seventy feet off the bottom and this is directly in the outbound shipping traffic light but there is nothing on the chart for where this obstruction with this huge obstruction was found when we found her this one was one of those rare days on the Atlantic one was glass flat and you can throw a rock or pebble into the Atlantic Ocean you can actually see it ripple because it was just flat as glass when they were plumes of oil coming up from this obstruction that we had found and that that through a soft because we're thinking in World War one World War two vintage tanker afraid or something that is oil fired or we're Republic was a steam best which was coal powered but of course even in steam vessels you need or bonkers for you lubrication for your machinery so apparently that yearly the lubrication bonkers says just rusted through and she's sleeping oil up to the service which we could see very easily with since the water was last what was that she was saying she was beckoning no come find me come get me yes it was very it was very strange so we we made the I. we had eight divers were diving twin eighties in a pony bottle breathing compressed air two hundred and forty feet which which is unheard of today today they use makes gas five in and technical diving but at the time there was a term called guerrilla die regional over divers were experienced Andrea Doria people this is the deepest I've had ever made in my career the next deeper dive was only a hundred thirty people at night several hundred twelve you know twelve hundred more more dives under my belt charge I was quite confident of course I was considerably younger you know there was almost forty years younger than I am today with a nice six pack stomach you know I was out running the show so so from the standpoint of safety we had the experience experiences P. when you're making a deep dive remains the dive in and that that depth you suffer from one night what they call narcosis it's the rapture of the depths roughly equivalent to having one dry martini on empty stomach for every fifty feet of dissent so two hundred forty feet that's five dry martinis on an empty stomach so is the the effect of intoxication at that depth was extreme and that's the danger prevents the diver from caring about his own safety but when you have the experience you recognize the effect and you you don't take the risks that you would take recognizing that you're that you're intoxicated so so we found this big obstruction we didn't know what it was one of the divers or or a pair of divers actually did identify the ship they went out and took a picture of the bow but they didn't tell us and the captain of the boat at the time cut my charter short we would stay another day I will find my body were unable to make a determination I was singing still World War two the distractor freighter the charter boat captain cut our our our charter short I found out later that one of his crew members took a picture of the bow that we can get to see it and and since he wanted to deprive me of the of the find and then but many that live in the us lots of stores like that the the person who actually made the identification was a commercial diving company down in new Iberia Louisiana called underwater completion team of new Iberia Louisiana the fellow who ran it was a very colorful Cajun name closed already one of his famous expression sees tell me all the time the boy if you wait no me your backing up you said they found it first no no no he would they found that after us see what it is one of my divers on my expedition the the the dive cut our charter short so well I know all I know is I had found a big wreck I bring up bring you a little bit of little store in that eyes on the big rack and I put on my chart and I was running my scuba diving shop a month this venue at the time and one of the people who actually rented my shop from was a fellow by the name of Barry Clifford Barry Clifford went on to become of fairly well known treasure hunter with the window but he didn't get the bug until I he asked me what I was doing a month is rented he used to run a an insulation company home insulation company and he owned a building with doctor Michael jam tell right across the street from the black dog restaurant a mas's anywhere I set up my shop and I set this up as a base of operations look for Republic and of course he might he was my landlord it's time he came and if so why is that not the dive shop here you know is you it just a limited population limited sees us or not really expect to make money on the dive shop I'm used as a base of operations look for the Republic effect that looked at Nantucket went to Nantucket Nantucket was closer to the ship but it was a little smaller island so for logistic purposes I thought Martha's vineyard was was better for us are sort of my shop right opposite the black dog restaurant and owners familiar with mothers may knows it's it's a well known site I made a lot of interesting but a lot of interesting people on Martha's vineyard of some of the earlier early investors were Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi one one Belushi of course was alive I met them at James Taylor's house and mothers really is a magical island and and I I truly believe that what you want to live there when I was there for about ten years working the Republic it's it was a very unique experience the people that I met were a fascinating people but any then.
"dot tv" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Do that you'll get some fun shows very interactive very participatory live streaming take you taking you virtually the creepy hot spots and talking big foot and far out type cool things so blue rock talk dot TV so Martin Byerly given us the update on the RMS Republic and he is or has gotten to the point of the story of a because I took him back a little bit they will talk about salvage take your calls but he was right to the point Martin you are going to be here we're gonna tell us that first view of the when you found the R. M. S. Republic and what it felt like okay the let me let me go back just a little bit before that we said that the inquiry regarding a loss of a larger ship in history to sing to her day all the all the passengers were save there were major questions raised regarding bold construction wireless telegraphy speed under adverse conditions republics act as a result of a collision in a dense fog all these questions were raised but they were never addressed in the public inquiry because there was no public inquiry despite the fact that this was a larger ship in history to sing to her day was considered unsinkable there were questions why did the ship sank a what about poker construction no wireless telegraphy number of life coach all the issues that should have been addressed and would have been addressed had a public inquiry been hell but with were never addressed why is that important this is a white star liner unsinkable sinking three years before Titanic and of course all those issues wireless telegraphy number of life boat speed under adverse conditions all the all the issues which should have been raised in a public hearing we're never dressed and they caused essentially the collateral damage with the loss of Titanic and as a sort of an odd number there fifteen hundred passengers were saved on Republic and the Florida which collided with Republic and about fifteen hundred passengers were lost in the Titanic collision someone might say this sort of a cosmic balancing if you will and unfortunately those passengers were lost in Titanic because the issues which impact the Titanic were never addressed whenever formalized so getting back to why that was of course it was politically expedient not to have an inquiry because they didn't want to acknowledge the losses are as the gold so you might say it didn't want to connect consider it a curse where you have the the loss of Republican losses are schooled causing the centrally loss of Titanic there are other other coincidences there as well a lot several of the passengers were shoes made several of the crew members a Republic were became heroes because all the rest all the passengers were rescued and they were promoted they were promoted on to white star line's flagship Titanic so one of the people that we look for was Reginald L. Barker who is the purser on Republic and he was promoted he became assistant chief steward on Titanic and the last image we have of him is standing on on the side of the ship as a ship of the Titanic sinks beneath them with bags of what are presumed to be contents of the purses office stand in standing next those bags as Titanic set thanks in the horse was lost on the Titanic so Titanic occurs then which was convenient for why strong because it had added to the to the you're fading in the public's memory loss of Republican overshadowed of course Republic by the sheer loss of of life and the tragic story but getting back to location was since a concealed the loss of the ship they also concealed the location where the ship sank we went to the official government position on the charts say said the Republic sale sank year those little shipwrecks symbol on the nautical chart and has a PD next to a PD means position doubtful so we went there to see official government position is the position of most treasured books had promoted as the loss because that's where the government said she sank we went there was a side scan sonar in nineteen eighty one size cancer on was a relatively new technology that has that had been released to public access to commercial axis formally was a classified technology to be used in anti submarine warfare so we had when I went out and bought a Ruger rudimentary side scan sonar we went out we went to the first position we couldn't find anything there so nothing at thirty six felons with the government said the vessel sank but we also had to write it have choir at that point the Coast Guard log books of Coast Guard vessels that were telling the Republic when she sank again she's an unsinkable ship she sank while under tow back to New York but I acquired the log books of the two Coast Guard vessels that were involved in the telling and both Coast Guard vessel says she sank on forty fathoms of water both said forty felons one said she sank at location a at forty fathoms and the other boats such second location be it forty fellows both of forty fathoms but those two locations were about six miles apart so we started on location one on the agreed date of forty fellas what location one and started running a a lawn mower the Cologne more more operation taking the side stance on going back and forth essentially over the forty fathom line and about midway through from a search from point a the first location for the second location approximately midway between our search we found this a mensch obstruction public is six hundred feet long comes seventy foot wide and she comes up about seventy feet off the bottom and this is directly in the outbound shipping traffic way but there is nothing on the chart for where this obstruction with this huge obstruction was found when we found her is what was one of those rare days on the Atlantic one was glass flat and you can throw a rock or pebble into the Atlantic Ocean you can actually see it ripple because it was just flat as glass but they were plumes of oil coming up from this obstruction that we had found and that that through a soft because we're thinking in World War one and World War two vintage tanker afraid or something that is oil fired or we're Republic was a steam best which was coal powered but of course even in steam vessels you need or bonkers for you lubrication for your machinery so apparently that yearly the lubrication bonkers says just rusted through and she's sleeping oil up to the service which we could see very easily with since the water was last what was that she was saying she was back in Maine no come find me come get me it was very it was very strange so we we made the I. we had eight divers were diving twin eighties in a pony bottle breathing compressed air at two hundred forty feet which which is unheard of today today they use makes gas five in and technical diving but at the time there was a term called guerrilla die regional over divers were experienced Andrea Doria people this was the deepest I've had ever made in my career the next deeper dive was only a hundred thirty people at night several hundred twelve you know twelve hundred more more dives under my belt charge I was quite confident of course I was considerably younger you know there was almost forty years younger than I am today with a nice six pack stomach you know I was out running the show so so from the standpoint of safety we had the experience experience is key when you're making a deep dive remains the dive in and at that depth you suffer from one night what they call narcosis it's the rapture of the depths roughly equivalent to having one dry martini on an empty stomach for every fifty feet of dissent so two hundred forty feet that's five dry martinis on an empty stomach so is the the effect of intoxication at that depth was extreme and that's the danger prevents the diver from caring about his own safety but when you have the experience you recognize the effect and you you don't take the risks that you would take recognize that you're that you're intoxicated so we found this big obstruction we didn't know what it was one of the divers short or pair of divers actually did identify the ship they went out and took a picture of the bow but they didn't tell us and the captain of the boat at the time cut my charter short we would stay another day I will find my body were unable to make a determination I was singing into the World War two the distractor freighter the charter boat captain cut our our our charter short I found out later that one of his crew members took a picture of the bow that we can get to see it and I am not since he wanted to deprive me of the of the find and then but many that live in the lots of stores like that the the person who actually made the identification was a commercial diving company down in new Iberia Louisiana called underwater completion team of new Iberia Louisiana the fellow who ran it was a very colorful Cajun name closed already one of his famous expressions he said tell me all the time the boy if you wait no me your backing up you said they found it first no no no he would they found that after us see what it is one of my divers on my expedition the the the dive cut our charter short so well I know all I know is I had found a big racked up a bring up bring you a little bit of little store and that eyes on the big rack and I put on my chart and I was running my scuba diving shop a month this venue at the time and one of the people who actually rented my shop from was a fellow by the name of Barry Clifford Barry Clifford went on to become of fairly well known treasure hunter with the with it but he didn't get the bug until I he asked me what I was doing a mother's rented he used to run a an insulation company home insulation company and he owned a building with doctor Michael jam pale right across the street from the black dog restaurant a mas's anywhere I set up my shop and I set this up as a base of operations look for Republic and of course he might he was my landlord it's time he came and if so why is that not the dive shop here you know is you it just a limited population limited sees us or not really expect to make money on the dive shop I'm used as a base of operations look for the Republic effect that looked at Nantucket went to Nantucket Nantucket was closer to the ship but it was a little smaller island so for logistic purposes I thought Martha's vineyard was was better for us are sort of my shop right opposite the black dog restaurant and owners familiar with mothers may knows it's it's a well known site I made a lot of interesting but a lot of interesting people on Martha's vineyard of some of the earlier early investors were Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi one one Lucia of course was alive I met them at James Taylor's house and mothers really is a magical island and and I I truly believe that what you want to live there when I was there for about ten years working the Republic it's it was a very unique experience the people that I met were a fascinating people but any than the the location field it wasn't on any chart one of the things that we looked at to find the wreck was what they call the anti submarine warfare charts to World War one World War two the government plotted every obstruction along all war Costa lentic golf and Pacific coast and if there was an obstruction and they would why dragon depth charge the obstruction to clear it as close as I could to the sea bottom so that that obstruction could not be used by enemy you both with its owner detection but Republic which is not on any chart and it wasn't on the anti submarine warfare charge coming up seventy feet off the bottom six hundred feet long fifteen thousand tons a major obstruction right in the center of the outbound.
"dot tv" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Dot TV but you can go to Instagram and look at those those I get you know back and forth with see some of the pictures with the talent there so I hope you'll do that I wanna thank India partners for the work that they have done last year they've done an amazing work last year I got an opportunity to see what they've done and I'm grateful that we have a chance to be a part of their ministry I'll talk a little bit more about that later we've got a lot of economic news coming out lot of economic news out we want to talk about those things were going to take your call six ten three six three eleven send the S. and P. hit new record highs you believe it all the stuff that is going on right now the S. and P. hit your new record highs again yesterday it just again K. I've been saying this for two years I continue to say it I shall be center for three years now we're going on our worst year almost seems like a saying that that the markets have been incredibly resilient so I've also has some other commentary about twenty twenty I'll get to in a minute by global financial markets are hi Bob pretty much shrugged off the Iran tensions that doesn't seem to be any issue we're not really seriously concerned about any military conflict over there that is going to impact the global economies I had all U. S. stocks again sharply higher this morning even though oil prices have plunged oil prices are down we saw them closed yesterday below sixty dollars a barrel so we're watching watching that but it doesn't seem like any other traders any the markets believe that there's going to be any crisis in oil you know there is talk still talk I saw some this morning in reference to the strait of war movies being closed it isn't going to happen it's not going to I'm not saying that there could be some tensions in around the opening there at the straight all four movies a very narrow area shipping lane that is about twenty one million barrels of oil flow through every single day are there could be a naval blockade by Iran that could last all of about five minutes it's about how long it would last that would be a huge mistake for them to try to do that are the odds of that happening are very slim and I'm not even factoring in to any of my concerns because it's going to be too short lived if there is something like that so we're not going to be worried about that but all the major indices right now in positive territory as we head into this this Thursday president trump defused all the concerns yesterday are saying that Iran is standing down the US is standing down are not doing any military force force our actions in any way shape or form by stands ready to do so if that is the case so this morning Shanina has confirmed that they will be here on September fifteenth the delegation will be here on September fifteenth to sign the phase one agreement there's a problem I don't know if it's a problem we'll find out but the president she will not be coming he is not signing the agreement now in China the law says the communists also says that if the shot if the president doesn't agree and doesn't sign on then he bears no responsibility for any parts of that I'm just saying here so all what exactly is the what is the agreement on a look alike residents she is refusing to accept any responsibility for this agreement now I gotta believe not really but one would think that the United States commerce department would not be so naive as to not ask for saying to and get back now would you meant all the final agreement one more time before the delegation gets here and I guess sign one would hope that it wouldn't reach the president's desk everybody sitting around ready to sign it before they realize it's been marked up and changed right right but at the same time we've got to be a little suspect right the president of China doesn't want to sign the agreement it has only responsibility for this agreement I don't know do you mean you that's a red flag this is a communist regime that is not known for being an honest forthright and you know are sticking to agreement.
"dot tv" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Store at museum dot TV that's museum dot through walk into my local bakery you know so they usually have news on the radio and I said so what's the deal with the music and they said well it's Sinatra Sunday and they were twenty eight years old to thirty two years old sitting in having a Cup of coffee listening to little Frank they said it's the best way to ease into their day now this could only happen to a guy like me and the only in a home like goes well with your coffee while you're making pancakes hanging out reading the paper on your iPad is easier way into Sunday morning with the sounds of Frank Sinatra it's called the Sinatra hours it is a guilty pleasure just sharing a little Frank Sinatra nice there is some that a little bit of the story Frank's legacy we just finished a show Frank that standing ovation the same location he came off season let's go jump in the most quite cars in the scenes rushes to the jet homes they were flying over the venue heading for Chicago the theater time I love to call me so much about we're gonna knock them dead this is the appointment of the stuff people be listening every single week after you get into a habit to listen to some of the classics that they know well they can sing along they can play along like a house on their heads and it's the perfect five for that I'm Dave player the show is called the Sinatra ours will happen every Sunday morning six thirty tonight and I'd be thrilled if you came along with us with the military veterans in the new scoreboard is part all that you get a copy to use to a into the United.
Former Wall Street Analyst Goes All-in on Crypto w/ Lou Kerner
"Give the one on one on Lou Kerner. Who are you in? How did you come? into the CRYPTO world. Sure will real quick The first part of my career was a Wall Street analysts last four years Goldman in sacks I then ran a couple in companies including the top level domain dot TV and the social network vote which was largest social network in the world before my space Angel invested for a number of years before starting a small DC in two thousand twelve. After a couple of years I became a Ortner at a firm called flight ventures We did about ten percent of everything on the list was a one of our deals And I I ran. The Israel Founders Syndicate for flight has invested in companies founded by Israelis wherever they live and that was awesome. And I saw the your yeah. I joked that I'd gone down. The crypto rapid whole long enough two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen That Wall Street Journal wrote a story on Bitcoin. Quoting voting me as wall. Street's Bitcoin expert but as I say you know I looked at the light look polite but I did not see it in June twenty ninth two thousand seventeen that I the crypto light in Crypto twenty four seven. Ever since that's really fascinating. So what are your ears on the ground back in the traditional finance world saying about crypto these. Today's is still being left out or are they treating it. I imagine like all the all your buddies over at your old trading desk or whatever They still laugh at it or they. They think it's a real thing what's their deal. I mean I think they're largely laughing at it. I think like most people. They don't understand it. I think it's really funny. That go there are obviously a lot of naysayers but not one of them ever points out. I mean there are a lot of negative things you can say about bitcoin. If you really understand bitcoin but the naysayers they say never say any of those things because they don't really understand it I think there was a more motivation for them to understand it when Bitcoin was twenty thousand. Now that it's eight thousand. They conceal they. They feel like they were right not suspended anytime one hundred percent I mean. What do you think come defy? We talk about defy lot decentralized finance and what's kind of your vision for how this is going to progress and you know there's one side of the the camp that maybe thinks that defy is going to you know in the next ten years re architect all the traditional financial structures that are currently apparently in place. Right where you're gonNA have no longer. You no middlemen and you know but for exchange brokers and all this stuff. It's going to be all peer to peer and encounter. The other camp is that there's just going to be an alternative system but the traditional structures will still be in place so just kind of interested just off the bat to hear what your your opinion would be sure. So I'm a big believer in Marez law. He was a professor at Stanford in the seventies when he coined it. No Maris law is the fact that the impact of all great technology crypto is overestimated in the short run into underestimated in the long run. So yeah people get really excited I did. And then when it's not huge overnight people say oh it's not a thing and I think to some degree that's where we are and you know I think whether it's five years Kenya's for twenty ears. The impact is technology's going to be far greater than anybody sex but I also think that that what it ends up feed is also different than what anybody thinks it's going going to be and generally things don't totally rebuilt new things generally don't totally replace old things. Mike is is that you know what you'll see is an emergence urgence of a new way of doing a new asset class similar to your forty years ago there weren't any junk bonds and then Michael Milkin created in every other bank on Wall Street said it was trash and garbage and they would never do it and now forty years later. It's the exact same thing for the exact same way traded the exact same places as everything else house and I believe. That's where CRYPTOS. So what can the average person do to change their financial fate today. I mean you know exactly how all the systems work is there any really simple things that the average consumer can really do to change their life without getting a brand new job or up ruining their house and moving short. Look I'm I'm a big believer in a lot of the very trite seines. Would pop says about get off zero a big believer that you know the ideas. Even if you don't I don't understand it The way to understand it is to start investigating start reading and start understanding what it is and the I believe in science sir something called Portfolio Science and it would tell you just by a little bit. You know every period of time whether it's every day week month on said state you cost cost average over time and you know depending on how you risk averse or risk seeking you. Are you know you should only put. A percentage edge of your assets. Encrypted shouldn't be one hundred percent in it I know Ansi pompilio talks about like half his assets speeding crypto. And that's that's a very very very aggressive. I think if you put ten percent of your assets in Crypto that's stats on on the high end. Would I would suggest most people give him the volatility and given the significant wrist. But I'm in Bitcoin because I think it's it's the world's most amazing asymmetric bet in other words. Of course you could lose one hundred percent of your bat but you know what other opportunities do. Most people have to get a Tan acts or twenty x one hundred x like you have the opportunity of doing with Bitcoin one hundred percent and I think a lot of us here probably listening you know maybe went a little overboard on that ten percent allocation uh-huh missing zero. Yeah and I get some people or twenty or thirty percent. Yoed all depends. I think where you are or in life. Yeah I've got three kids. I've got a lot of college paid for so you can't afford a ninety nine percent drawdown aids. Learn about not being able to go to college but I really thought big always going to be a thing to be like the worst father in America. I love it loo- Lou tell us a little bit more about this. A symmetry that you're talking about what is an asymmetric bet mean and are there any other examples in history. Look you know I think we all see. I was an equity analyst on Wall Street and one of the first lessons that I learned when I got there in nineteen ninety four was oh my God. The market is really efficient. And that's why in traditional finance. You what we've seen gene is a growth of ATS which enable people to get very diversified portfolios at very low cost and that has been the smartest way way for ninety nine point nine percent of investors to play the investing game whether it's inequities real estate or bonds is through. ETF's through minimizing the minds in the cost in getting diversified portfolio. But myself you know as an equity analyst my job was was to give investors. Good ideas yes and I really felt that if I came up with one really good idea where I saw something that other people didn't see if that happened once a year. That was a really good year. If I sign as metric bet in other words I saw that I thought that the upside was yoked significantly greater than the downside You know in you know given the risks involved also and so kind of my first asymmetric bet that I saw was American line. I was the first analyst large Investment Bank to pick up coverage of America Online in Nineteen Ninety six. And that's all right exactly and that you know that had over the subsequent for ears you know more than one hundred x On that it doesn't come along very often I think. Did you see something that other people don't because markets it's a really efficient. You know so now I feel like I come up with a good idea once every three or four years and so I my hope is is that creek. Does the last good idea that. Actually I'm going to execute on because I think this is the biggest thing in the history of humanity and I have absolutely no interest in moving over its any or sunny optics Holy Crap. I mean there's just so much to unpack in that that lasts two minutes. Where do I want to start? I guess the first question. I'll I'll just unpack pack. I WANNA talk about efficient versus inefficient markets. And I want to also talk about what it was that you saw in. AOL that made you so bullish and see. If there's anything anything similar any you know fly Hallmarks that are similar in a crypto. But I also WanNa talk about you know why you think Cryptos the biggest first thing in the world so there's three things there but let's just start with inefficient verse. Efficient markets unpack that for us. Cher look at the truth is is your information is your more available today been ever and your investment in these companies is based on the information so everybody has the same information. It's a question of what they do with it
"dot tv" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Dot TV and you can check out the news and you can see our various clips of of things that the news that is out there that maybe you just want to find out what's going on without all the long opinions and things like that we we don't do that order news we just give it to you what is happening and we throw some good news in there so you'll like that our Gary from stone wall Mississippi saying good morning good morning Gary and Stephen good morning are watching from central Arkansas on Facebook thank you Steve I sure appreciate it Gerald is asking about this is Diana we all I understand they will be kicked out of the there now what are not part of the day off so they can't get kicked out come first of the year for those who have held their stock what does that mean does it mean anything it doesn't mean they're not getting kicked out of the day now all stock it's got nothing to do with Zion on all stock when you stay below a dollar for a long enough period of time you lose your listing you know on on their their normal stock exchange so really doesn't mean anything it just means you fall into a penny stock around and a lot of companies to prevent that from happening well world's first split their stock it happens all the time so they will I change their stock and they will give you you all have one for every four shares you wanna make it a number off it can be ten it can be anything but for every for five ten shares you own you are now only only one and they will reduce the amount of shares you own thereby increasing the amount of the share price in order to keep it above a dollar thereby keeping it listed a lot of companies do that happens on a fairly regular basis for one reason or another and I don't know why for one reason or another is Diana's chosen not to do that but are so doesn't mean anything it just means you own I penny stock basically now and that's that's what it means our could they get re listed sure they could but you know I I'll be honest with you Gerald since it was on my cell last a long time ago I haven't I I haven't tracked it much and and I kinda lost dot lost touch with following it but anyway that's that's the deal on that good question are thank you Cheryl I appreciate it our six ten three six three eleven ten if you want your problem go to and from Wisconsin Hey ed good morning good morning are you don't I'm good thank you I have a question our company is full for one I have all along sitting in Ameritrade tonight one of my all because I'm sixty years old I wanted all all how much should I put in if I find a good body can I put in or should I but all over six long your honor I just wanna know what your bottom outlaws yes I want you to spread it out in throughout all of the diversification so I don't want you to buy obviously any one stock with a win any you know amount of money I want you to go through and say say you have you know sixty thousand dollars I would want you to take six out of ten thousand dollars for the next six months and I would take that ten thousand dollars and put it into you know may be a stock in three of the asset allocation models you know three maybe maybe put some money and consumer discretionary are some money and utilities some money and you know industrials and then next month do the same thing and maybe do three other sectors and next month do the same thing and and then you'll have all your diversification yours sectors then you can start over again go back to the first story and maybe take a different stock are you could add to the same stock but I like you have more than one stock in every sector and and start building slowly your portfolio gradually building not at all just like I treat all blood out or someone just go in there the full but there so yeah so divided by six how much money do you have a two hundred yeah so divide the hundred by six and whatever that amount ends up being that's how much you're putting in every month and you should do that in at least two to three sectors that are on the asset allocation model okay I don't know about on your website or not but I'm not driving I thought it'd be at your call yeah I know I'm glad you called but because I wouldn't want you to put it in all at once right now I'd rather you start doing it every month okay all right thank said thanks thanks so much all partner you're a great out so thank you you're welcome thank you for your partnership bad six ten three six three eleven ten six ten three six three all eleven ten I Tracy is saying I'm a prime partner I'm fifty six years old have a Roth IRA in in my name but instead to leave it to for my nephew who is age four I'm accumulating shares of one particular stock and eight forty and E. sixty two when buying shares in the E. T. F. one be a better plan yes it would be a better plan but but here's the thing I would rather you not get rid of what you already have in E. sixty two and MA forty sell whatever you have in that Tracy don't get rid of so say you have you know twenty five shares in each one of those you know keep that twenty five shares permanently in the account don't change that and then any monies from here on in whatever you're putting in a from here on in have a going to a TF one which which would make a lot of sense so hopefully that helps thank you Tracy that's great for your nephew will be blessed some day that is for sure so that's a great thing to be doing Jim is asking do you understand the administration strategic plan for dealing with radical Islam do you think that the tactical decision made in Syria is consistent with that strategy if executing this tactics in a more gradual way whatever result in a loss of five to ten US live yeah I mean show in light of what is going on I.
Features we want on next iPhone
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w i x dot com in. Stay tuned after the show to here. Are you can take advantage of wick special offer for talking tech listeners. A new iphone is going to be revealed l. to us on september tenth from apple and as always i love the play the game here of the new features. I'd like to see my friend rich to mirrow who's as a reporter for channel five in los angeles and the author of a book with a long title about the iphone rich. What's the name of that again one hundred one handy tactic for the iphone around jefferson. You'll be happy to know. I'm probably going to change the title to shorten it for the next version. Which i'm writing right now on iowa eighteen i might just be called the iphone guide. I like that you look for that soon on amazon. Let's kick in with new features you want to see of course we start with an all day battery and glass that doesn't break rake rich. What tops your list. Wouldn't that be amazing to get a phone that you don't have to have a case on. I don't think that's going to happen with this one because it sounds like the phones going to be very identical identifical to what we currently have mine number. One feature is a better camera and i think that <hes> the iphone i would say from the iphone ten to ten s. The camera really improved in bright light like i think it really got like pixel followed but when you get angry light that is less than perfect it goes off a cliff and i think that that's my biggest want is a phone that performs in low light and a phone that looks good enroll light and takes pictures and also wide angle. I've gotten so used to testing these phones at the white angolan. I think it lends a lot of creativity to your phone with having that wide angle so the new phone is supposed to have three lenses as opposed to two and that third lands is an extreme wide angle that hopefully won't be as distorted as has the one is on the samsung galaxy and the note that the new the ten editions now one thing. I've seen that i really like is on the one touch. They have a pop-up selfie cam. That's what i would like a really good selfie camera because that's what people are doing. They're doing selfish and food shots on one yeah i mean i think it's at the pop up is really fun on there and i do think that the selfie camera on the one plus is actually better than what the no offers and i think that the the celtics camera on the no is a sore spot and the smell became on the iphone is even a more sore spot so i agree i think that they should do something with a selfie can because the iphone is synonymous with self greece and we need a wider angle selfie cam to fit more friends in there and we also need better better looking celtics again in the low light situations especially which is where lots of people are taking we can selfie at bars that have been set concert and it's been fine but it could be better how flash actually works and makes the picture better and says it makes it worse you know i read my flash off by default at all times. I never use a flash on my camera and it's funny. The only time it ever gets turned on is when i hand my camera to someone at a restaurant take a picture and the first thing to do is turn on the flash and i say no. Don't turn it on. I don't i don't want it. I don't know how to use a flash minds a glare picture that i don't like and so i just turn it off and <hes> i'm just so used to no five made it. That's why i'm gonna pictures at night feel bad. Here's the two other features. I want beyond beyond battery and glass. I'm ready for u._s._b. See <hes> <hes> charging because everything else is. I should be able to charge my iphone into my mac with the same cable. Okay i see i i i mean i like the idea of having u._s._c._c. across everything which i do but i i don't know i don't mind as much as other people with the <hes> the lightning and i feel like lightning stays in better than maybe i felt like that for that reason and then i hate face i d i. I'm ready to say goodbye to it and go back to touch i._d. I don't think they'll do that but i'd certainly like to see it. Eight five eighty is supposedly faster on the new my phone which i'm fine with but again i kind of agree with you. I like the i like the ability of controlling when i unlocked my phone with my finger and not necessarily surly just happened to glance at it and apparently the new phones going to even unlock factor with different angles so now it's like if it's just sitting there could be unlocked. I like the ability to unlock it when when i want to do it if the angles work i'm fine with. It never picks me up half the time. I'm just typing in passcodes all day long so that's why i want to get rid of it. <hes> september tenth new iphone apple cupertino will be back at you telling you all about it rich to miro from k._t._l._a. and the author the book. That's called one hundred one and detectives for the iphone. He's working on him. Now thanks rich. I'm jefferson graham. 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CBS + Viacom could equal higher streaming rates
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w i x dot com and stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of wick special offer for talking tech listeners cutting the cord used to be easy easy ditch cable by an antenna and watch free shows and movies and t._v. Shows on netflix amazon hulu then big media got into action polling polling shows off those services and asking us to pay extra money to get it from them. I'm jefferson graham. You're listening to the weekend edition talking tech and you know nothing. Radical has has happened to our streaming bill yet but just wait. It's about to explode this week c._b._s. Viacom agreed to merge in a nod towards streaming joining disney his knee n._b._c. universal a._t. and t. and apple as they look to reshape the streaming landscape and carve out there chunk of the lucrative new media dollar c._b._s. Which is the owner of the c._b._s. T._v. network and cable showtime and viacom which is home to m._t._v. Nickelodeon and comedy central have both been stodgy towards streaming than competitors. The viacom channels for instance are not available on the youtube t._v. Cable alternative or sony's playstation view service hulu shows most of the prime time lineups of n._b._c. fox a._b._c. but not c._b._s. Which has declined to join the ad supported service us instead c._b._s. Started its own service called c._b._s. All access which has all of the network's primetime shows originals like new versions of star trek and a sequel to the good wife viacom made its with pluto dot tv the ad supported network. It bought in january for three hundred and forty billion dollars. It recently began offering older viacom cable t._v. Shows like wall burgers this week. Exact said viacom shows would soon come the c._b._s. All access access and c._b._s. Fair we'd go to pluto that won't raise anyone's rates netflix recently updated monthly charge and apple disney planned to launch new streaming services this year with warner and n._b._c. universal in twenty twenty disney plus. The streaming service set to launch in november is the biggest project that disney says the company's anthony's been involved with in many years. It is the service. I think listeners are most excited about because it's only going to be seven dollars a month. You're gonna have all the old disney disney classics new classics and originals from the pixar marvel and twentieth century fox libraries and again seven dollars so oh i see a lot of people picking that up the warner services called h._b._o. Max it's coming out next year. It's going to be offered to current h._b._o. Subscribers as a nominal upgrade paid one alice's spoke to this week thought it would be three to four dollars monthly data courses if you already subscribed h._b._o. Analysts are not as excited about apple t._v. V plus which is the premium service is touted a handful of popular names like oprah winfrey steven spielberg and reese witherspoon but so far only one the coming attraction for a program called the morning show which is with reese witherspoon in jennifer aniston. The lack of quantity makes it less attractive to consumers analysts say now apple hasn't announced pricing or firm launch date beyond the fall either way. Get out your credit. Cards has certainly elite many listeners will wanna try out apple and disney and h._b._o. Mats and who knows what else what are your thoughts. I'd love to hear from you on twitter where i'm at jefferson referencing graham. You've been listening to talking. Please subscribe to the show where ever you listen to audio. I'll be back at you tomorrow with another quick it from the world of tech these days businesses. Mrs of all sizes need an online presence. Whether you're an established name a brand new startup or something in between you wanna make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com com. You'll find all the tools. You need to create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online email marketing marketing tools and accustomed domain to name a few wicks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch. You have the freedom to build your site any way you want plus. Everything is optimized for any device so you'll look great on desktops and mobile's alike join the over one hundred fifty million in people already using wicks and build a professional website of your very own today and if you go to wicks dot com and use our code talking you'll get ten percent off any premium plan wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks dot com promo code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.
Astronomy Cast on Hiatus until Sept 2019
"Everyone fraser here and pamela so if you're listening to our voices right now that means we're on our summer high eighties which means they were no longer recording regular episodes of astronomy cast until the fall sometime time in september but this doesn't mean we're gone we are working behind the scenes to come up with great new plan well there's just maybe gonna be all sorts of random awesome getting dropped into the theme yeah so so don't like don't unsubscribe that's crazy will be back but a over the summer i'm gonna be doing a whole bunch of stuff still on universe today i'm still gonna be releasing new episodes to the guy just space and are question show it'd be doing some of the livestream telescope virtual star parties on twitch an on universe today a still writing my weekly newsletter so if you need other space goodness there's gonna be lost coming you're right what do you working normal were gonna keep doing the daily space were taken the week of canada today in fourth of july off and then coming back most monday through friday at twitch dot tv slash cosmic quest axe to bring you a fast paced roundup of the news i said so they know what to go reid indepth over on universe today we're also going to be continuing to break out the science where still mapping venue on benny dot cosmo quest dot org and i'm gonna be doing a whole lot of programming anna working well make it easier world free you dizzy science all right so i don't go anywhere we will be back to you in september we hope you have as wonderful as fun as summer as we plan to have or winter southern
Xumo, for cord cutters who love regular TV
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners everyone. If you happen to have an injury, TV you got a new app just over the weekend. It's called Zumo TV. They're also on fire TV and LG TV's and busy. Oh, TV's. And I'm here with Chris hall who runs the product department at, at the LA outpost resume. Oh, and tell everybody about what you're doing. Here is kind of interesting. It's very legacy television. But in a new way, that's right. Yeah. So we have one hundred sixty different channels that we bring to users across many of the devices just referenced really excited to be live now on Android TV on fire recently, we've recently redone are Roku experience and for our extensions on smart. TV's. Where we're built, you know, even more natively into the device. It's a great experience to, to really sit back use the remote control of the device that you have on your wall, or on your on your furniture and really be able to lean back and enjoy a tremendously rich content experience. It's completely free to use completely free. It's not like Netflix. It's not like any of the other subscription services, and you see a niche out there for people who are just tired of paying their subscriptions. Yeah, it's, it's a great product for cord cutters. But it's also a complimentary one in some ways for users that actually still pay for cable, some of our metrics that we've seen have some overlap with folks that use Zuma and as an ancillary, add onto to their cable subscription. So with a with the amount of channels that we have as emission one hundred sixty there's really something for everyone something that is available. Whether you're a sports fan a news die hard. Comedy efficient aficionado. We really cover the gamut with with name brands that you'll recognize like PGA tour, NBC news. Fox Sports cheddar news, funnier Di really runs the gamut. So as as you are seeking out, completely free content experience. It's, it's something that were we're really happy to be providing through all the different devices that we distribute on and for cord cutters, they'll get their, their digital channels, which are the broadcast networks, foreign language, some news, and some PBS, and then you bring one hundred and sixty channels to the to the party. Yeah. And that's where I think it's, it's really exciting. Interesting we on, you know, on some of these devices, we really blend the over the air with the digital. So I p delivered content, and that at that point in time really feels like it's exactly the same as what you might get off of your tuner. So all of a sudden you've just now. Feel like you have a device, that again, can either supplement or replace in some ways the TV that you've either storage paid for or that you might seek out elsewhere a lot of your channels are repackage you to clips, and that's not a negative. That's something that's very popular. But do you find that it's a different experience watching them on TV? I do. I think because the programming is done for you on YouTube. They may find a playlist. They may find something that they that they want to really lean in and find in stream and in our world, we actually find that users are I really like food fifty two. I'm just gonna put it on. And I'm just gonna trust that. I'm gonna be watching something that's really interesting. And that's I think that's really captured part of the magic of what we're trying to do is bring back that old feeling of TV trusting brand, or trusting channel, assuming that you're going to, like, what you're going to want to watch, and we're doing it in a more data driven slightly more personalized and recommended for you type of way. Let's tell everybody where they can see it Roku. New fire TV Android TV. LG. TV's. Physio TV's. What have I missed? Yeah. Hi. Sense, Android IOS apps at Zumo dot TV online, you know, and, you know, many other places in the smart TV landscape Samsung, as well Phillips sharp Magnavox, so we're excited, and that's ex- you. Oh, this hall from Zumo. Thanks for checking in with us. I'm Jefferson Graham, and you can find me on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham. Please expect talking tech wherever you listen to online audio and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick. It from the world attack. 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Google, KTLA And Jennifer discussed on Wake Up Call
"Right now. Let's go all the way up to the bay area and say good morning to KTLA's rich, mirrow talk a little tech. You can follow him at rich dot TV or rich. I told everybody go check out your social media this morning Instagram, specifically rich on tech because you had the coolest video of one of the things that's come out at the Google. I o developer's conference this week and it had to do with that Google nest and music. Yeah. So good morning to Jennifer. Yes. Google is happening here in Mountain View. And you know, this is show where they show off all the stuff that's coming next for search, Android all their gadgets. But yeah, one of the things I really hands on with is their new Google nest? Let's see I gotta get the name. Right. 'cause they changed the name. It used to be called the Google home to Google nest hub. And this is the max version, which is like a bigger version. It has a camera. But one of the coolest features is that you can just hold your hand up and stuff the music from playing because it recognizes your hand and your face, and it will pause the music. She can you know, your hands can be covered in flour and stuff. You know cooking in the kitchen, and
DotMusic Wins Rights to .MUSIC Domain Name Extension
"Listeners will not love more music, and once again on counting down the days to the Glastonbury festival next month well on planning on completely losing ourself and recharging my motor by putting my smartphone and technology downing going off thicker head for a few days. And the media will talk about three to five headline acts and how that's the whole purpose of the weekend. The best thing about that whole event is actually not the headline is but wondering round nine hundred acres around. I think it's one point four square miles and soaking up over a thousand acts across many, many stages and actually stumbling across things I wouldn't normally listen to even find myself in a hurry Krishna turn a few years ago. Oh, but that's the story for another time. But I do want to talk about music and technology today because hearing twenty nine thousand nine if you ever looked up let's say Drake and tried to go to Drake dot com. You quickly realize it has nothing to do with Drake the artist for that you need to go to Drake official dot com. Just to find his information and this highlights how even the world's biggest artist don't always own their dot com. Website. But a new domain name called dot music is looking to change that and change that digital music landscape because dot music, we'll be the first to main extension launch with music tailored policies to actually protect Craig as rights and ensure the only legitimate music artists industry professionals and companies can claim their name without fear of cybersquatting, all piracy, essentially dot music is the exclusive community top level domain name initiative, giving music entities an artist a unique identity online and the specialized dot music web address actually enhances LeBron's visibility online and ensures that dot music websites are associated with a memorable self-explanatory an ultimately trusted badge representing the music industry. What excites me about dot music? Paving the way for next generation of the internet by building a home to everything related to music. I mean since two thousand and four. Live under the slogan wheel music dot music. As also embarked on an extensive communication outreach campaign to launch this domain name and the initiative, so I want to find out more about this journey, and how dot music, the dot music, domain more, and how a small company with a big dream be out tech behemoths, which is Google Amazon and secured, the top level domain extension. He's a fantastic story. It's an inspirational story so book elope and hold on tight. So I can be me is all the way to Los Angeles. So we can speak with Constantine Russa's, founder and CEO of dot music. So massive warm. Welcome to the show Constantine. Can you tell valley says about who you are? And what you do. Yeah. Hi, thanks for having me know. My name is Constantine Russa's. I'm the founder and CEO of dot music. I'm responsible for setting an executing mission and purpose of dot music, which is to create a trusted and safe online haven for music consumption, licensing, establishing, a safe home on the internet for music, community members and protecting intellectual property and fighting piracy and supporting musicians, welfare and beyond. The implementation of the dot music mission. I also lead the strategic direction and execution of dot music's goes to launch a safe and verified dot music domain extension. Like, he's fantastic what you do here. And for people just saying about you for the first time don't music is a community based to main extension is supported and then. Thousands of the most trusted and influential musical stations all across the world. But can you set the scene and bring older listeners up to speed with exactly what it as in who your customers will ultimately be? So dot music is a generic top level. Gombeen extensions. Also known as a T L D or a GT LD those acronyms. Could also be called a domain ending or suffix just to give examples of other domain extensions. You've got dot com dot net dot org dot TV dot U, K dot info, eccentric cetera. And basically any member of the global community will be able to register adopt music through global retailers such as go daddy weeks. One in one in the web address of will look like something like WWW dot your named on music for the customers are obviously musicians creators, artists bands music industry professionals music companies. In other words, any entity that relates to music full minorities point, if you then what's the difference between having adult music, domain, competitor dot com, domain that is the million dollar question right there. And it's it's one of the questions that that we always get Oviously. What is the difference? And what are the advantages of dot music over dot com. So so basically, the the idea of of dot music is for the domain extension to be exclusive to the global music community. In other words, if you're a pet owner, and you want to do a website about your pet that wouldn't work if you're a first furniture owner that would either. So it would be exclusive only to music usage. And Furthermore, it has enhanced safeguards copyright protection. Brand name protection owners will be verified. And basically it would be a badge of trust. In addition, something that's very special ball dot music will be the build insecurity. In other words, HTTPS? So this helps for search engine ranking and we have Google for the pioneers in that space. They launched the first domain extension, which incorporates this building security HTTPS in dot app dot APP, and they have made statements, and it's it's one hundred percent certainty that they give secure sites a ranking boost in Google search. So obviously if you have dot apt that website will rank higher with everything held equal. It would rank higher in the search results. And we thought that was fantastic. 'cause 'cause it's aligned with our safe twisted, secure, verified dot music. So we will also incorporate that built in security, so we'll be the second top level domain. Attention after Google's extensions that will incorporate that, and we believe search engine ranking is a key determinant. Also the other question that we get with respect to dot music versus dot com is the idea that don't music will replace I- musicians or music companies dot com. I think that's the wrong idea. I actually think that's the way that it should work is sort of like social media. You've got your Twitter account. You've got your Facebook. You've got your Instagram, and you've got all these complementaries that help you build your brand increase, your reputation, and and traffic, so let me explain for example. Let's say you're a big artist and you've got your dot com and your strategy for that is to sell tickets or want. Not. So you determine the strategy don't music on the other hand, it's strength is more technical than anything else. So in other words, it will be optimized to get higher. Search engine ranking and also to increase conversions. So the studies out there that say that if you have a exact match. For something that the looking for then you'll conversion rates are higher, for example. Let's take Queen. So so if you have W W, W W, W dot Queen dot music and people are looking for Queen music, queens music, and they see the URL while they want to know if it's official unofficial and whatnot. They would click higher chance of them clicking on it in the search engine results. Secondly, the other issue with dot com is Google, and Bing and all the search engines have no idea whether the the websites vary fight or license or on license with his pirates with its no pirates. So it could be optimized as a signal to Google that. Hey, this is saved this trusted. You know, this is the authority website. And it's official and you can actually build a song strategy
Where were you when you saw the first picture of the black hole?
"Pamela, this is a conversation that is two years in the making it's been April twenty seventeen astronomers from around the world turned their radio telescopes to wards the black holes at the heart of Imedi seven. And of course, the Milky Way and took pictures of the black holes at the hearts of both of them. And today this week Tuesday was it we Wednesday Haley the tenth two days ago Wednesday. I'm so tired. We. That I picture announcement. So where were you when you saw it? I was in the attic of my house live streaming the event with our Kuzma quest community on twitch dot TV slash cosmic west X where you should all be watching and sharing streams. And so we were hanging out watching it together. And I don't know about you. But I had this moment of okay? So they they got us with them eighty seven at the beginning. And now we're going to have that Steve Jobs. We're thing. But the thing was that never ever happened. And and I don't know about you. But about fifteen minutes into the press conference. I started getting nailed with press releases coming to us from Rick Feinberg and his fabulous press service at the AA S and I'm flipping through them. And I'm like, oh, expletive. There aren't going to be other images. This is it we only get 'em eighty-seven. And I sat there is like the science matches perfectly. And I am sad. Because I wanted our milky wet. I literally of this is great. Where's where's the where say J star? Like, the like, this will be the consolation prize. The main event the first course was supposed to be the black hole heart of the milk away. And it's funny literally moments into this whole process. I started to dig and talked to all of my contacts try and figure out why. So I do know. Probably kinda why. Compare stories because I did the same thing. Great. Okay. All right. So I'd her two reasons the first one is that the that essentially the there's a lot of dust in the Milky Way, we are inside the Milky Way with the supermassive black hole, the heart of the Milky Way. And so that dust is a is a harder thing to tease out of the signal and sort of the resolving distance of the adventure is Intel scope matched up in a way that made it a tougher image together. But the second one that I love even more is that the the is essentially that because the secretary say is a smaller black hole only four point one million times the mass of the sun. It's the and matters swirling around it so fast. It's a much more dynamic environment. And so they went with eighty seven because it is six billion times. The mass of the sun. And so the matter is swirling around it at the speed of light. But it still takes days to go around as opposed to minutes to go around. And so they were able to it was everything happened more in slow motion. They could test their techniques, and then try them out on on the supermassive black hole within the Milky Way. What what did you hear? I heard that. And then I also heard one more facet to that. Which is the angular size on the sky. So the apparent size that the black holes appear because they're two different. Distances means that Sanjay start isn't really bigger, even though it's closer 'cause it's a tiny little thing. And so we don't really get added detail on the part that's Limonov luminous enough to see now, my personal hope is that because we're seeing a faster moving system, and we're seeing close. Or system where the Limonov St. of the innermost part of the accretion disk were not seeing the black hole receiving the shadow of the lack whole my hope is that because that accretion disk is so much fainter. We're gonna get to see other faint stuff around it that isn't lost to the bright stuff. So even though the black hole shadow itself will appear probably about the same number of pixels in size hoping that there's going to be other stuff in the image as well. Yeah. And and the other kind of exciting thing is that because it is changing so dynamically there could be a possibility that we might see like an animation exactly exactly see events in folding over time to actually show what's going on environment. So it sounds like I mean, these two black holes they are the biggest visually on the sky. They're both some blue to Christly small number forty micro arc seconds or so. Something like that. I I've heard them say, you know, the size of a golf ball on the moon the size of an orange on the moon, very small, but they are both roughly the same size is just that the one eighty seven is two thousand times bigger and two thousand times farther
"dot tv" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"dot tv" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"No. Well, that's a good start. Yeah. I would look through you know, if you can kind of think about when this started and look through any app see installed at from that time on maybe remove some of those that might be a way to do it. Google doesn't have a priest ending can't go to spot and have its use Google scanner to now doesn't but it has. But it has that built in. So if you go into your Google settings you'll see there is a forgot what they call it. But there's an app scanner that scans everything you download. But it's not perfect, obviously, it's clear that missed something. Okay. And I'm not sure what it missed. But that's that's definitely what's going on the fact that it's on both those devices tell me it's an app that you installed on both devices. Almost certainly. So it's something that you put on there that the thought you wanted and maybe it wasn't the best thing to put on there. I I will do that kind of checking I just won't say for there are no less than seven smart. Speakers in my house. One or another twit is always playing. Bless you, honest work. Thank you for everything. You've let loose in the universe. It's such a good a good, Mike. I really appreciate it. Thank you so much. Thank you. Keep listening, actually. All right. Take care. Sure. Will Mike's talking about twit. You may have thought he called me a name there briefly. What's our? It's my podcast network. Which I I thought it'd be funny. If I call it tweet at Stanford this week in tech. Joke, but invariably somebody will call me up. So you know, that's an insult. Well, I, you know, self deprecating this week in tech is at twit dot TV this shows there. But also another dozen other shows about technology, and if you're techno Suzy east pretty proud of what we've done I'm glad I'm glad you like it. Appreciate the kind words, Mike, we're gonna take a little time out. Come back with the more of your calls after the news at the top of the hour. Leo ports. The tech guy. Stay right here. It will be back with more of the tech show and just a little bit. But I wanna remind you are show is brought to you by digital ocean. I love digitalization, I'm kind of a geek, he noticed notice and one of the things I like to do is play with technologies, but not all these technologies can be run just off your PC. Sometimes you need to run them off of a server, and if you're learning web, Dev, which I am things. Like, no j s you need a server in the cloud to serve it. That's where digital is. So amazing. Used to be in the old days. Getting a server up running took was a week long process cost a lot of money not with digital ocean. In fact, a whole idea digital ocean is to make it easy to deploy apps on the simplest cloud platform. No surprises, run production, apps, or DevOps,.
"dot tv" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"And the answer is the same as we do. They don't look at the number and then get terrified before they go outside. But they feel the same way we do. So what should we do to protect their dogs? And what should we do when our dogs have to do their business and kind of really don't wanna do it? And should be inside most of the time. Listen, if you have a toy poodle or a Maltese or one of those very small dogs. They absolutely feel the cold. They have no way to control their body. Temperatures if it falls before below freezing, let alone below zero. They need a coat or two on even to go outside just for a moment to do their business. And then how do you convince them to do that? I mean, can you blame them for not wanting to go to the bathroom when it's that cold and that windy, and perhaps that's snowy out all at the same time. Here's a little tip. Just a secret between us activity seems to motivate our bladders and our bowels to do what they were meant to do. So generally when it's really cold out, the dogs, just sit on the couch lays lazing around all day. So get them active before you take them out. Take a toy whatever that toy is that they liked the most and play with them for a couple of minutes. First of all, at least they're getting some exercise that way. But moreover that movement will hopefully motivate their bodies physiologically to go to the bathroom, which is what we want them to do the reality is we may have. To take them out more often, you know, they may do number one. But not new do number two because it's just too cold up to do both those things outside or they may you may let them out the doggy door just opened that back door and they run outside, and they just stand there because it's so cold. It's like what the heck am I doing out here? Sadly to say, you may have to take them out on the leash as if they were a puppy and motivate them, whatever term you used what they were a puppy light. Go potty, do your business whatever go back to using that term take a very special treat in your pocket and give them a special treat for going in for doing their business. And they deserve a reward. If they do it in this crazy crazy weather other dogs will sniff around and run around. You think they did their business? You're not paying attention that come back in the house, and they didn't do it outside. But then they gotta go. So they do it inside. And you yell at your dog. Don't do that. Just keep an eye on your doger's. I say best of all I hate to say they'll be out there with your dog on the other end of the leash as if your dog was a puppy all over again. Remember, our dogs do get frostbite? Oftentimes, we notice it on my blog. Steve Dale dot TV I bullets point what the signs of frostbite. Dr. But there can be minimal for us as well. It's just very minimal. I don't even know whether a veterinarian would call it frostbite, but it certainly is absolute this comfort, and you never want your dog to get to that point all described in the story. I wrote on my blog, which is Deepdale dot TV coming up next the.
Talking live webcasting, screencasting and desktop video encoding
"Fox, Sports and major broadcasters have used and continue to use the wire cast product to stream and produce their content. There's also a second piece that we have on the enterprise side. So Fox Sports, for example, they leveraged our light speed live enterprise class streaming in coder and capture product to augment their replay production capability at the World Cup. This last year we have actually a couple of areas that were very strong and light production. Let's focus on the wire cast side rather than the enterprise. I'd and before we talk about wire cast, it seems that live production falls into two sections. There's the production self with cameras and lights talent and audio. And then there's the distribution whether it's the broadcast or satellite or streaming one. Do you think that's a good economy and to where of the greatest change has been over the last few years? You're absolutely correct in the segment Haitian, I use an example. I went to a little school called Cal poly in central California on the coast. And I love Cal poly. And as I moved up here into the mountains of northern California. I couldn't get Cal poly football. Then I wanted to stay connected to my university because I just have an affinity for it. Why could I get Cal poly football as I got it at the video business. It became really clear there were two areas, and you've identified them exactly one is the cost of production to is the cost of distribution. So the equipment historically has been very expense. So there's a huge capital investment. And then there's an operating expense associated with it. So it takes people to run most of that equipment. So that's the production side on the distribution side. The historical distribution capabilities of cable and satellite have been prohibitive for business like hell poly to actually distribute their their content. What's gone on in the last few years is we now have tools that allow you to produce the content at substantially lower price points. In many cases, unattended live production is actually out there at this point. If that's if that's what you wanna do. Then there's also the distribution with over the top distribution is ubiquitous everybody's got a Netflix account or Hulu account or YouTube live or alive. Facebook live whatever there are now over one hundred streaming services out there. And now I. Can get my Cal poly football. In addition to Cal poly, wrestling, and swimming and baseball anything else that allows me to stay connected to my university. Just because of the technology capability that has driven down the cost of equipment cost production cost of distribution, many of us that are have been in production for awhile, very familiar with satellite distribution or broadcasters to bution, but what is an efficient workflow. What's like a checklist, we need to keep in mind. If we wanted to do live streaming the output of your production needs to get sent to the cloud. How do you do that? So usually there's an in code or that takes a it's either embedded into the software or hardware, or you take an STI input, and you're going to which is the base band out. But that would be normal distribution anyone code that into an RTP stream or in our team stream. That's the general accepted practice that. Stream needs to be sent up to a cloud provider to either a CD in that you have contacted with or another platform such as Facebook live or Vinnie alive that allows you to do the distribution that you could lie your customers to dial into so the hook between the production and the distribution really amounts technologically to quite simply a good in coded RTP stream that will do it for you. You mentioned the content deliver network. The CD had the great pleasure of working with wire cost a couple years ago when I was working out of my video studio, and the very first livestream that we did I didn't know that CDN's existed. And so I had people attaching directly to my wire cast output, and that didn't work very well. How do we pick a content delivery network? What what questions should we ask? Where do you customers? Want to go over the content. It really varies. So for example, there's a company there's a. Broadcast company called Meredith which is holds a bunch of local broadcast stations. Meredith broadcasting stations in they've purchased wire cast gear, which is a wire Kassof. We're on a reconfigured computer that we sell that. They've decided that their audience watches late breaking news through Facebook and Facebook live so what they wanted to be able to do was to send their late breaking news to Facebook. So that's where they pointed wire cast too. But if you pull down the list of wire cast destinations there is boy, there's are a lot of destinations take Sunday, for example. So let's say a lot of your customers may wanna be Sunday churchgoers, and they wanna watch the local worship service, and they're not not not able to attend. There are other CDN such as shrimp. Dot TV and streaming church dot TV that provide the
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EA holds Jacksonville Tribute
"Has put out in the team has put out the Jacksonville, tribute stream details. This could've been housekeeping. I put it in here of course, one of the reasons because I won't be here tomorrow. I'm going to be a part of this Jacksonville, tribute stream for obviously everything that happened at that Madden tournaments. Here is the official line from this Thursday, September six. We will host the Jacksonville tribute livestream, bringing the gaming community together in support of all those affected by the tragic events on August twenty six is doing this. Okay. No, you did. I was wondering if. EA event officially even the we talked about it. And now that last week that they're gonna do Jacksonville tribute stream. They also donated one million dollars to the Jacksonville, tribute thing they were doing for all the victims tomorrow. Thursday, September six, five PM to six thirty pm eastern time. So Pacific time that's two pm to three thirty pm. You can watch it on the Madden NFL twitch. That's what we'll host on. Twitch dot TV slash kind of funny
Greg Andrea, Brian Tahoe and Doug discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Written by doug zor doug says what's good greg andrea there was a your wrong that was read on friday show regarding smaller third party switch docs and hotels beware that these third party docs have been known to brick switches just at just ask brian tahoe so just a psa all kind of funny best friends only use the official doc or an official nintendo ac adaptor charger switch or else you could overcharge it and have it be bricked and it will be unable to recognize any usb plugged into it thank god there will be cloud saves soon doug's are good point everybody if you're gonna use some third party doc thing do google of it figure it out are people having problems has a brick their system god only knows what brian did to that thing i'm sure it was disgusting indra yes we asked the people watching live on twitch dot tv slash kind of funny games right into kind of funny dot com slash you're wrong and tells what we screw up as we screwed up so we can set the record straight for everybody watching later on youtube dot com slash kind of funny games and podcast services around the globe what are we scripted capitalist pig says refala three of nick mentioned there than hanover serie of some sort with fallout sane followed three will be having its ten year anniversary this october twenty eighth seems like the perfect time for switch lisa.