35 Burst results for "Dropbox"

Geo Tracking and the 'Gay Bathhouse' Argument

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:27 min | 15 hrs ago

Geo Tracking and the 'Gay Bathhouse' Argument

"I'm continuing a kind of highlight or analysis of my conversation with Philip bump in The Washington Post. And he disputes the validity or at least precision and the accuracy of geo tracking based upon an expert that he interviewed one guy who said, well, it's only accurate to about 30 feet. Well, that's not true. But let's say it is true. I don't think it changes our conclusions at all. For the simple reason that you've got a Dropbox. And you've got a mule within 30 feet, remember a human body is 5 or 6 feet. So 30 feet puts you basically within three or four human lengths of the Dropbox. You're in that vicinity. You're in that geofence or circle. Okay. And if it was only one Dropbox, you could make you could say, well, wait a minute. Maybe the guy was stopped to eat some popcorn. Or was reaching for his wallet? It happened to stop within that radius, but this is why true the votes high bar and by the high bar I mean, ten or more drop boxes. Totally settles the issue, because quite frankly, if you're within 30 feet of ten or more dropboxes, obviously you are going to those drop boxes to do what? Well, there's only one thing you can do. So you remember these aren't post boxes. You can't be writing a letter to your best friend from college. These drop boxes have one purpose. And that is to put in mail in ballots. They're ballot dropboxes. So the only reason to go to them is to dump ballots. So in fact, there's a guy who made a comment on social media. He goes, dinesh, you know, he goes, listen, he goes, what if I were to show that your phone was within 30 feet of a bunch of gay bath houses? Would you be okay with me saying that your regular frequenter of gay bathhouses dinesh and that I have proof that you that you that you did that? And I replied in a kind of a quote tweet and I say, hey, pal, listen. If you can find my phone within 30 feet of let's say ten or more gay bath houses in the period of let's say two weeks, yeah, you can reasonably conclude that I'm a regular customer. Why else would I be within the close vanity vicinity of not one not two? Not three, but ten or more bathhouses. So yes, use your own common sense and draw your own

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The Left's A-Team Fact Checkers Emerge to Dissect '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:16 min | 1 d ago

The Left's A-Team Fact Checkers Emerge to Dissect '2000 Mules'

"Left is really getting desperate on 2000 mules. They started out by unleashing their fact checkers. And these are 20 and 30 somethings, and they thought, okay, yeah, we'll shut this down, you know, but of course these are people who know nothing about geo tracking. Geo tracking is not very reliable. And they don't know much about election law. And so they had these clumsy first salvos that were easily repelled. In fact, even people who had nothing to do with politics would say things like, wait a minute I lost my cell phone in some tall grass and I was able to pinpoint its exact location within inches. So this idea that you can't, all this technology doesn't work, it's like laughably absurd. And so suddenly the left realized, oh my gosh, you know, we've obviously deployed our B team and that's not gonna be enough. We need to unleash the a team. So the a team is now coming out. The a team is The New York Times, which is evidently trying to do some sort of a hip job. They haven't published it yet. Whoop Dee do. I mentioned The Washington Post, which I'll be discussing in depth tomorrow, a Philip bump in The Washington Post. There's an article in NPR, which I'll be dealing with. Tomorrow probably. But I want to talk about an article in the Atlanta journal constitution, which is focusing on Georgia. And I want to use it as a case study of just classic deception at all levels. Title of the article. Georgia investigation dispels allegations highlighted in 2000 mules. Let's just take in the title for a minute. You think you're going to get some kind of refutation of the allegation in 2000 meals that 242 mules. Have been identified through cell phone geo tracking, visiting ten or more drop boxes each and a bunch of these people are seen on video. Not all of them, but a bunch of them where the video is available. Now, the subtitle of the article ballots were legally delivered for family members. Okay? And then I started reading the article. The article it turns out is about one guy. And I'm going to read surveillance video showed a man pull up in a white SUV and insert 5 absentee ballots into a gwinnett county Dropbox. An investigation revealed he was delivering ballots for his family, which has allowed under Georgia

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Lawful Ballots Delivered in an Unlawful Way? Highly Implausible

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:00 min | 1 d ago

Lawful Ballots Delivered in an Unlawful Way? Highly Implausible

"In his commentary on 2000 mules, Ben Shapiro made the following observation. He said, in other words, the process is corrupt. And people are violating the law in how they are moving these ballots. But that does not mean that the ballots are being cast by dead people or that they are being punched by somebody in the back room somewhere. So Ben here is raising a point that others have raised as well. In fact, I see it here on the an article in the European conservative. It is theoretically possible that each ballot was legitimate. And so the point being made by Ben and by the guy in the European conservative is it could be that these are lawful ballots, legal ballots that are merely being delivered in an illegal way. And I want to address this point here. Number one, how would nonprofit organizations deeply embedded in these inner cities get their hands on hundreds of thousands of legal ballots? How would that occur? Let's think about that. Is it the case that all these people spontaneously decide, well, you know, I have a ballot and I'm filling it out, but yeah, I'm kind of too lazy to go to the Dropbox. I'm actually gonna go to the left wing organization and give them my ballot so they can hire mules in the middle of the night to go deliver them. I mean, I think you can see that this is implausible. Now, is it possible that the left wing organizations decided, hey listen, what we should do is identify a Democrats, go door to door, let's say in a housing project and collect everybody's ballot. Ourselves. And then we will hire the mules to drop the ballots off. Well, first of all, if that was going on, why don't these nonprofits say that? Why don't they admit that this is actually what they're doing? Well, of course the reason I don't admit it is, it's

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Was the 2020 Election Fraud the Perfect Crime?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:30 min | 6 d ago

Was the 2020 Election Fraud the Perfect Crime?

"Catherine dinesh had this brilliant idea to fly all of us Salem hosts who weren't involved in the collecting of the data out to California to see a sample of what you and Greg had done. And then to get our reaction on tape and then to add it to the movie 2000 mules. One thing that my daily beloved Dennis prager had problems with and I had to explain to him on camera is how this is the perfect crime because of the envelope into which the mail in ballot is placed, which is put into the Dropbox or mailed into the polling station. Which means when there's nobody there physically voting, the envelope arrives, the ballot is taken out of the envelope that identifies who should have sent it, who it belongs to. And once it's taken out, that's it. Chain of custody is broken because there's no way to connect that ballot with who was supposed to have filled it out. In that way, isn't this the perfect crime Catherine? Yes, absolutely. And never more so than in 2020 when they removed the very few checks and balances that did exist. They removed to security standards around signature verification. They were quick to take those ballots out of the drop boxes and mix them into the general population of early voting at polling places. And so there was literally no way to unring the bill.

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Gregg Phillips on the Shocking Data From '2000 Mules'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 6 d ago

Gregg Phillips on the Shocking Data From '2000 Mules'

"Talk to us about the numbers. Greg, you can jump in here or Catherine whoever has the best recall. Talk to us about the limits you put on your analysis. You weren't looking at one guy who went to two drop boxes, but you gated the data. What were the minimum requirements for the mules? Because we had millions of cell phone unique devices that were in the purchase that we made. We had to skinny it down. And we didn't just want it to be people who happened to be randomly walking by some Dropbox occasionally or maybe they weren't near there or something like that. So we established some parameters and began to skinny it down when we first did this in Atlanta. We looked at 5 dropboxes and three organizations came up with 17,000 or so unique devices that fit that criteria. It's too big to really look at and frankly I'm not sure folks would have been very believing of it. So we bumped it up to a minimum of ten drop boxes and 5 organizations during the early voting period. So each mule by your self definition, you said we've got a tighten the group to make it incontrovertible that this isn't somebody taking their grandmothers ballot. Each person has to have 5 visits to an NGO that is the collecting point and then has to then one person has to be visiting at least ten drop boxes is that what you said? I did. And what that emerged from that was 242 individuals that went to an average of 24 drop boxes and 8 organizations during our target period.

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Dinesh Answers Ben Shapiro's Questions About '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:14 min | 6 d ago

Dinesh Answers Ben Shapiro's Questions About '2000 Mules'

"But I want to talk now about a couple of well, just responsible questions, raised about the film. By Ben Shapiro, and by others, one of them is simply this. Hey, dinesh, we do not see in the film. The same guy making multiple trips to a Dropbox. In other words, making more than one Dropbox visit, the same guy. Not different people doing it. And we know that you have geo tracking showing it, but we don't see it. Now, this is true. But let me tell you why it's true. And it's true because most of these drop boxes, sadly, have no surveillance footage. They just don't. And so even though the geo tracking, by the way, the geo tracking is more reliable than video footage for the same reason that DNA is more reliable than an eyewitness. DNA shows you you'd left a hair or a drop of blood on the crime scene and it's your DNA you were there. Now, an eyewitness could be mistaken. It could be people who look similar, so eyewitness evidence is good on top of the technological level. And so if geo tracking shows, a mule going from one Dropbox to another to another to another, let's say between two and 3 a.m. in the morning and it turns out that on the 5th Dropbox that happens to be surveillance footage and you know that this guy was there at a specific moment in a day and time and you look on the video at that day and that time and there he is, boom, you've proven your case. You've established it clearly that geo tracking supports the video, the video confirms the geo tracking, so it seems to me what Ben Shapiro is kind of asking for is unreasonable. It's kind of like saying, you've got a serial killer, you went to 5 different homes and committed a murder, you left his DNA, by the way, all of them. We have the DNA. We know he was there. And Ben's like, well, wait a minute. I don't see video of him in all 5 homes. Well, yeah, that's because there's only one home that had cameras, and he is on the camera at the exact time that you would expect there he is. But because the other homes didn't have cameras, I can't show you him, even though I can prove definitively through technological evidence that he was, in fact,

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"dropbox" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:20 min | Last week

"dropbox" Discussed on WCPT 820

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The Media Has Not Done One Inch of Investigating Ballot Harvesting

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last week

The Media Has Not Done One Inch of Investigating Ballot Harvesting

"I had an opportunity to speak to a reporter and she was actually a very nice person for a mainstream media publication. Now, if I told you the publication you would know it, but we were off the record and unlike the left, I actually want to honor off the record for both of us. So she was off the I was off the record. I don't know if she would consider herself throughout the record. But I'm not going to say who this was. We had a nice conversation. And I looked at her very plainly. I said, when you watch this movie, you're going to be blown away by the evidence, and she was like, oh, come on, I've heard all this stuff before. And I walked through, I said, no, no, you don't understand. Geo tracking technology as when you see videos of people coming out of the cars with piles of ballots at three 30 in the morning. And do you know what she said? She said, but that's not illegal, is it? I said, you're a national politics reporter for one of the largest of course it's illegal. You can't ballot harvest in Georgia. You can't ballot harvest in Arizona. You're only able to maybe do it for a week in Pennsylvania and then the court overturned it. I was just blown away by the media hasn't even done an inch of investigation into this. And it just goes to show by just kind of how they have no literacy. There might be a better word for that. But they really have no understanding. I suppose is a good filler term of any of the laws or the technicalities around it. But if you were to ask kind of did Donald Trump break federal election law, yeah, no grasp. Thank you, Connor. That's exactly right. No grasp. If Donald Trump break federal election law for some phone call and Fulton George like every political reporter will be able to tell you what criminal code he violated what how he was breaking precedent for calling some person in Georgia even though he did nothing wrong in that whole thing. But if you were to say, hey, don't you find it suspicious that people were going from one ballot Dropbox to the other with piles of ballots at 3 o'clock in the morning we could prove it through pink, cell phone ping technology and pair it up with videos, isn't that even at least bit compelling? So then the new narrative is well, it wasn't enough to turn the

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"dropbox" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

05:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"dropbox" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"You're absolutely can use it. We actually have had people do a feature length film and I do my personal project sometimes for family are at least that long. I think that it all comes down to learning how to organize your media in a way that allows you to access the things in the right way. So I use a lot of Dropbox. So I'll organize my footage and Dropbox and then import it into LumaFusion and it all comes into all the already in the folders. So that's one way of organizing, or if you're working from the photos app, you might use albums to organize your footage so that there's just, you know, it makes it easier to find what you're looking for. Inside LumaFusion, there's tools like search and sort and ways that you can color code clips. So one of the things that is really handy when I'm so, for instance, a couple of weekends ago, we did a shoot here. And we had a lot of footage and I needed to edit it really quickly by the next day. So what I did is watch all the footage, mark in and mark out on clips, color tag, and put color markers. And I used a color coding system, green is my favorite oranges, okay, if I have to use it, I will, and red is I'm going to delete this when I'm done. When I'm done looking to the footage. So I just color code everything, delete all the stuff I didn't want. Just to get it out of my mind for no other reason because my iPad actually has a lot of space behind. And then just drag those to the timeline and then the timeline held those colors. So when I'm looking through the timeline, I could see I had mostly in green timeline, but there was one or two places that had orange clips. I'm like, okay, I use something there that wasn't my favorite. Let's take another look and see if I can make that better or whatever. So, you know, there's ways you can work that really are fun and also get the project done. Yeah. But it was just a different mindset. It is. And I think you hit it right in the head. It's fun. And it's tactile. Like you said at the beginning, you know, being able to, I don't know, the distance between my mouse and keyboard shortcuts and my display is much longer than me holding a pencil or my fingers on a phone, right? And moving clips around. It feels like a more intimate with the content because I'm just like, oh, I want this over here. No, this over there. No, this longer. This shorter, right? And super fast to learn. So I have an 8 year old who started editing when he was 7. And really, I'm telling the truth when I say all I taught him how to do was drag a clip to the timeline. The rest of it, he's learned himself. You know, he's doing stop motion stuff inside them infusion. He's doing fast forwards and reverses and color effects, sound effects. He's using StoryBlocks to find clips to fill in. So it's really easy to learn. That's another thing that makes it fun. You're not challenged by, oh, I don't want to do that creative thing because I probably take me half an hour to figure out and I don't feel like doing that. So it's really just like, it's here for you. It's easy, you know, you can take it wherever you want to go. One of the things I do personally is. During COVID, people would send gifts to my son, but actually couldn't interact with them. So I did unboxings with my son. So he'd open a present and I'd film the whole thing and his reaction, then we'd put it to music, put it on a timeline and send it to that person, you know, an hour later, and they were just stunned that I could put together something so quick. And so personal. So I think it's just a different way of editing. It's really, I don't like the term democratizing editing so much because it's overused, and I think it's lost its impact, but that's what it is. It's taking something that only editors did and turning it into something that is a new way of communicating for a lot of people that didn't communicate that way. And in the pandemic, we did see a doubling in our sales because people were like, I want to communicate more. I want to be present even when I can't be present, and I have a lot of footage over the years. It's just sitting in my photos app or wherever you keep it. And I haven't done anything with it. Now I'm stuck at home and I can edit that. So yeah, it's really fun. Yeah, you know what? There are a couple of things that popped into my head when you were talking there. The language, the language of editing, or the profession of the editor, you know, I look at movies differently now that I know how hard it is to actually, even the simple things that I do, like with podcasting and that sort of thing to be able to control the storyline from start to finish and be in control of the viewer's emotions based on when you cut and what kind of cut you use and how you overlay the music and the color grade and all that.

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Dinesh D'Souza: Ballot Mules Were Funded by Left Vote Stash Houses

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Dinesh D'Souza: Ballot Mules Were Funded by Left Vote Stash Houses

"Now to the extent you're comfortable telling us who was funding this do you know Yeah I think I do We do know that these mules the mule by the way is nothing more than a paid operative who has been hired to deliver these illegal ballots So it's similar to a mule and drug trafficking or sex trafficking except here we're talking about ballot trafficking These mules don't come up with their own ballots They get the ballots from what can be called vote stash houses And who are these votes stash house as well There are left wing organizations deeply embedded in these heavily democratic urban areas So the mules get the ballots from there And then you can see them where geo tracking them We hear meaning through the vote a voter integrity group that bought a massive trove of cell phone data You can see these needles kind of moving from Dropbox to Dropbox to Dropbox typically in the middle of the night wearing gloves looking around to make sure no one sees them and then tossing ballots after the other into mail in drop boxes

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Dinesh D'Souza: Liberals Will Try Excuses About Election Fraud Videos

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Dinesh D'Souza: Liberals Will Try Excuses About Election Fraud Videos

"This is amazing to me And that so many people in litigation they couldn't even get courts to hear the cases that they were trying to bring As if you have to prove the case before you can even have the court trial It's an amazing thing how the whole system shut down Is it not It's absolutely amazing Now I do think that we learn from the rittenhouse case didn't we that the kids life was saved by the video I mean I would listen to people testify all those guys weren't chasing rittenhouse They were just running in the same direction but then when you look at the video they're like nah they were actually chasing him And the same thing here because you'll get all kinds of clever liberal explanations like well maybe these organizations just went door to door and collected honest votes And maybe they were delivered in the wrong way but no once you actually watch this operation with your own eyes you'll see a guy in a hoodie He parks in the middle of the street at three 27 a.m. he comes running up to the Dropbox He looks at the left looks at the right He's wearing gloves Why gloves Because he doesn't want to leave his fingerprints on the ballots because it was an arrest in Arizona in which vote these ballot stuffers were busted And that's because they left fingerprints on the ballots So the moment that happens you start seeing the mules now wearing gloves And they also by the way take photos Now they don't take photos of themselves It's not a selfie like I voted They're taking photos of them of themselves stuffing the ballot box And the reason for it is that that's how they get paid They have to prove that they actually were there but they actually dumped the ballots And so this is a coordinated operation This could not have developed somehow simulate a spontaneously This is organized fraud conducted by the left involving left wing organizations hiring and key for types that's actually what the population of the mules is made of and funded by very powerful forces in the Democratic Party

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Dinesh D'Souza: '2000 Mules' Reports on Electrion Fraud in 5 States

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Dinesh D'Souza: '2000 Mules' Reports on Electrion Fraud in 5 States

"What states are involved in this film where you have these meals Well we focus through the vote bought data in 5 states And not even for the whole state They bought the democratic urban areas in the states So it's Atlanta which encompasses about four counties And then on to Phoenix Maricopa County on to Detroit Michigan Milwaukee area of Wisconsin and finally the greater Philadelphia area of Pennsylvania This is where the 2020 election was decided And in each one of those instances there is video there is not video from all those states there's video from Georgia there's some video from Arizona There's some from Michigan in Wisconsin they were supposed to take video They said they would but they didn't But see that geo tracking evidence by itself is decisive and the reason mark is that all our cell phones have a unique and distinctive ID Now I can give my phone to my wife Debbie and maybe she's going to go from Dropbox to Dropbox But the fact that my cell phone was at that location is not open to dispute This exact same geo tracking was used to catch bin Laden It was used to arrest January 6th defendants It's used in law enforcement every single day If there's a murder in a park and it's completely dark and there's no cameras and nobody saw anything the cops will do geo tracking and say you know what there were 5 cell phones in that vicinity Let's figure out who those cell phones belong to Those are 5 suspects Let's start there So what I'm getting at is we're using a technology here that is completely familiar and used in

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Dinesh D'Souza Describes His Shocking New Film '2000 Mules'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:33 min | 3 weeks ago

Dinesh D'Souza Describes His Shocking New Film '2000 Mules'

"So dinesh for people who aren't tuned into this. I've talked about it on the program, but not everybody's tuning in every day. What is this film about? And what is the title 2000 mules? So the film is an expose of a coordinated ring of election fraud that was organized in all the key states that decided the 2020 election. We're talking about the urban area of Atlanta in Georgia. Phoenix and Maricopa County area in Arizona. We're talking about Milwaukee about Detroit about the greater Philadelphia area. We're talking about a mule, a mule is a paid political operative that is delivering illegally. Batches of votes to multiple mail in drop boxes. This is voter fraud. You're in simple. And the mules are essentially part of this ring. They collect the votes that the so called stash houses. These are left wing, nonprofit organizations. They put the votes typically in a backpack or a satchel, and then they go like the mailman on a kind of a route in which they drop 5 ballots here at ten ballots there, three ballots here. Why? Because they don't want to drop a hundred ballots into one Dropbox because that may raise eyebrows. You see a kind of unnatural spike in the ballots. So it's a very conniving and well organized operation. And clearly, this could not have a card spontaneously. It was

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How True the Vote Acquired Dropbox Camera Footage

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:45 min | Last month

How True the Vote Acquired Dropbox Camera Footage

"And we can watch this together. And Greg, which one would you like us to play? Is that gwinnett county Georgia? Let's play gwinnett Kim. So actually, before we play the video, let's get into actually how you got the video because I'm actually cutting in line here. So in addition to all of the analysis that was happening, we were doing a wide sweep of all kinds of election integrity records or open records. Video was part of that. The federal government had come out and given guidance for all of these new drop boxes saying that their recommendation is that in addition to a number of checkpoints, video surveillance should be among them. And so we began to submit open records to get the video. And these videos are a product of ultimately what came back all what's interesting about what you're going to watch now is that we didn't get this until last month? Yeah, I mean, since the first open records requests went out and probably January, and we've been fighting. So by law and Georgia, they had to have a camera over the Dropbox. Is that correct? But by rule. By rule. I remember they made up they made up the emergency rules that allowed the drop boxes to be there at all. So they had to have rules to go with them. So when raffensperger came in and signed a consent decree with Marc Elias to allow these things to happen, they had to codify some rules internally. So the rules said you have to have these cameras surveillance cameras on the drop boxes. And we almost immediately started as soon as we started asking, they started, well, we don't have it. We can't give you an example or a reason why we don't have it. We just don't have to take 6 months to get it. It'll be including the video you're about to see. I took a year to produce this video and the only reason they produced it at all is because Catherine in true the vote made a complaint to the Secretary of State, which would have been put in place a mechanism for them to get in a lot of trouble. Lo and behold, the next day, I think, all of a sudden the video. Now this is gwinnett county. So before we play the video though, you also suspected that that time place on the video would show you something because you had pings that showed that this individual was doing a route. Is that correct? And in addition to our open records efforts, we had evaluated all of the chain of custody documents. And so you could tell, at this particular location, what a typical day look like, how many ballots they were typically getting. And then a spike. And ballot trafficking by and large. Money laundering works a 100%. When you see the cafe that has the $9000 breakfast, you're like, wait a second. Yeah. Any auditor worked like, why did you have a big, you know, there was no one in the restaurant. There's also no one looking though, Charlie. There's no one looking. They

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"dropbox" Discussed on Accessible Computer Podcast

Accessible Computer Podcast

04:55 min | 3 months ago

"dropbox" Discussed on Accessible Computer Podcast

"Plus B either or virtual mouse buttons, close button or plus C now very nice but actually in advanced windows used, there may well say, actually, we can get all this functionality from within inbuilt window command. But actually, I don't think you can and I'll get demonstrated away in which I think this add on provides accessibility that the inbuilt window function do not. If I go windows B user promoted notification area toolbar, iCloud button. Press D for Dropbox D Dropbox one three 8 four two three 9 two up to date button. If I want to bring up the right click context menu, what I would normally do is press the application key, and if I do that, if there happened, nothing happened at all. So there is a limitation with some of the icons on the 5th and play in terms of accessibility. And I compare that to the experience we get with the add on that object and the MDA F 11. Global commands extension system gray icons S list dialog, icons, list. Control to topic talking. Now here's to the again to jump straight to dock box. D, Dropbox one three 8 four three and now I'm going to tap a course. Right click button alt plus R. And I'm going to hit right click your press enter on that. Dropbox window. Dropbox window. And it's opened up the window in the way it should do. And if I press tab recent items list combo box, list item. I can do the combo box. Expand button. It's span button CD one button, list item, expand button. You see that all the feature that would normally be available from the right context menu. There, the other feature which it inbuilt in this add on, which I should just cover is that if you want to find another way of at 15, the previous virtual task manager of application and file management would be covered before looking at the system trade, you will find that if we.

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Explosive Election Fraud News With Dinesh D'Souza

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:12 min | 3 months ago

Explosive Election Fraud News With Dinesh D'Souza

"There has been a lot of reports of fraud in absentee ballot balloting going back many election cycles. But absentee balloting in the past was a pretty small fraction of the overall ballots. And so unless the election was essentially a tie, the absentee balloting didn't generally make a difference. But what happened in the COVID environment, of course, is a massive expansion to mail in balloting. And giant numbers of mail in ballots just flying all over the place. And then also the emergence of all these drop boxes. Dropbox is very often privately funded drop boxes. Unsupervised dropboxes drop boxes that are just sitting there all over the place and heavily concentrated in democratic cities. So we my wife is very good friends with a woman named Catherine engelbrecht who has an organization called true the vote. True the vote was started in 2010. It's probably one of the premier voter integrity organizations in the country. I know that you know Katherine and I have known her for years. And but I met her I had known over, but I met her through Debbie and we've gotten to know her pretty well. And so we were able to sit down with food the vote and review some research that they were doing. And they wanted me to sort of evaluate the significance of it. And of course, the question I was asking myself is, you know, is this evidence from like one place, like is it all from Georgia? And if so, it would be interesting but insufficient because evidence from one state wouldn't in fact be enough to tip the election. We'd be talking about corruption in one place. But fortunately, true the vote has done their work in all the key states. And they focused on the heavily democratic areas, Fulton county, Georgia. They focused on Maricopa County in Arizona. Also in the Detroit area of Michigan, the Milwaukee area of Wisconsin, and then the greater Philadelphia area in Pennsylvania. And using really two things, one is geo tracking, geo tracking is basically cell phone tracking. And cell phone tracking is very useful because if you're able to process the data, you can actually see these so called mules, mules are kind of paid, vote traffickers, mules are people who come to ballot boxes very often at night. They come using gloves so that they don't leave any fingerprints. They take photos of themselves so that they can get paid for the ballots that they're dumping. They make multiple trips to multiple dropboxes. So there is no question in any of the state of these states that we are witnessing illegal activity. Even in areas where it was temporarily allowed to do quote vote harvesting in no area is it legal to be paid to deliver votes to a mail and

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Dinesh D'Souza: Enough Ballots to Impact an Election Were Transported by Illegally Paid Mules

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Dinesh D'Souza: Enough Ballots to Impact an Election Were Transported by Illegally Paid Mules

"Did ask how many Do you have any idea how many ballots this may have entailed by looking at the video I mean I'm assuming you obviously can't count how many they're dropping off But I mean is this the kind of information where we could be talking about a significant number of ballots I could have altered an election whether it's a federal one or a state member It wasn't just the president on the ballot here the nationals There were other candidates as well Are we talking about that kind of number of ballots or just a few here and there No we are talking about a giant number of ballots And it's very easy to I don't want to estimate or give a number I might do that in the film But here's all I'm going to say think of it Think of 2000 paid mules right Each one of them going to many dropboxes and dropping many ballots in each of them And you just have to run the math to realize that we're talking about well let's just say it's a bigger margin than the I mean it's certainly enough to make the difference The numbers are not going to speculate on now In fact some of our data are still we're still basically putting it together because we've released the trailer but we haven't finished the movie The movie will come out in April probably the toward the end of April And I'm not quite sure just yet if it will be at theatrical release over something that will release sort of straight to home box office But either way we're going to try to make it available So everyone can see it and see it very easily

Dinesh D'Souza: Footage in '2000 Mules' Is From Official Electronic Drop Boxes

The Dan Bongino Show

00:59 sec | 3 months ago

Dinesh D'Souza: Footage in '2000 Mules' Is From Official Electronic Drop Boxes

"Not good The Nash how did you guys get this footage Is it surveillance footage from from Paul I mean I saw the trailer You have a teaser of some of the footage in there How did you where they just come with a camera set up specifically for these drop boxes How did you guys get a Jeff to foyer How did it work Yeah So the footage is official footage of the electronic Dropbox This is not footage We took this is not something that someone sent us in the mail through the vote legally obtained the footage by freedom of information requests and through other legal means We're getting more footage by the way so that we already have a giant amount I believe 3 million minutes of footage already with more to come So this is not a case where we're blowing smoke here The reason I jumped all over this is I realized the significance of having not only geo tracking evidence but video evidence

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Caught on Tape! John Solomon Describes 2020 Election Ballot Box Stuffing

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 3 months ago

Caught on Tape! John Solomon Describes 2020 Election Ballot Box Stuffing

"So John, I want to also ask you, you guys have done a great job covering this at just the news dot com. Also this there's a new movie that's coming out with dinesh de Souza 2000 meals and you've been involved in helping cover this and helping publicize this. Tell us about what we think might be in this movie. I don't want to try to tip the hand too much. I'm actually going to be with dinesh tomorrow. I'm going to see the footage myself. Tell us about it. Yeah, so there is a complaint pending in the state of Georgia before Georgia Secretary of State Brad raffensperger. He says the information is credible and deserves to be investigated. That complaint alleges, it comes from true the vote, an election expert a conservative election expert named Katherine engelbrecht. They obtained the video footage for all those dropboxes that were distributed for the first time in the 2020 election. Before 2020, we didn't use dropboxes deliver votes. But they put all these boxes out and often unsecure areas. And the only thing we had for protection was video surveillance cameras. Katherine's group went and got those video surveillance camera. And what they show, what they appear to show is people walking into the dead of night. When I mean the dead of night, I mean, midnight to 5 a.m. dropping in large stacks of ballots into the ballot boxes. Why is that a problem? It looks like ballot box stuffing is what we would have called it in the old days of tammany home. Well, in 2021, it's called harvesting. You are not allowed under Georgia law or Arizona law, Wisconsin law, Michigan law, to gather other people's ballots and deliver them for them. The person themselves has to go and deliver it. The only exception is for your immediate family. You can take your wife or your children to their ballots with you when you go. Any stranger, it's illegal. It's called harvesting in Arizona that begun prosecuting people for this. Well, these videos show what appeared to be harvesting, but Catherine's group went further. They went and got one of the people who participated in this scheme to admit he did it and described the large network of people 242 people were told that he described who participated this in Georgia both during the general election where Joe Biden allegedly defeated Donald Trump and then in the runoff where the Democrats won the two seats in captured the United States Senate, that there were 242 people making regular trips delivering these

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Senator Schumer Sets Up Showdown on Voting Rights

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Senator Schumer Sets Up Showdown on Voting Rights

"Asked the founding fathers are weeping because Republicans are squeezing the heart of a beating democracy because we don't like COVID inspired dropboxes in ballot harvesting. Call us crazy. But we just don't think that's such a good idea. Schumer is going to take a vote today. I don't think they have the vote. I'm not sure they do. I don't believe they do, but who knows? I don't trust these guys. As far as I can throw them, you never know. I'm hoping that this is going to play out the way we think it's going to play out. And the Democrats are going to fall short, they're going to be

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"dropbox" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"dropbox" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Time machine? Okay. Well, I have that too. Listen, by the way, I have a network network attached storage device. I have. Hard drives that I connect. I use time machine, but I've also code 42, which used to be called crash plan when it was a consumer facing product, which I don't think it is anymore. But it's like, I always have to remember to turn it off for bamboo purposes when I record something. Because that's web based back up, right? Yes, yes. Okay. So in the past I've used something called copy, is it something CCC, bomb bitch software, why do I remember these things? Carbon copy cloner is something I used for quite a while that will create sort of a verbatim copy of your hard drive to another disk or drive. There's another tool called super duper that's something similar. So if you're more on the, I don't want to touch the cloud kind of thing. Or I don't want this time machine. Those will work. I also do use Dropbox. And I think a lot of stuff and I use selective syncing to make sure that I'm not downloading everything. And it looks like I've never done that full Dropbox conversion that some people live their lives. One more question, and then I do want to get to the maxing. What do you use for your password manager? Because by the way, if you're a human being listening to me right now and you're not using a password manager, you're not a modern this year to make the switch. So I use one password. We.

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The Democrats' False Narative of Voter Suppression

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:40 min | 4 months ago

The Democrats' False Narative of Voter Suppression

"Former president Trump was often accused endlessly accused, actually, on some legacy networks of using harsh language, which he did. I've never heard anything as harsh as calling someone bull Connor. And every one in the country who believes in voter security and amending laws to require ID and do away with ballot drop boxes and things like that minor, but important changes is now bull Connor, who is really a despicable figure. And what makes it worse you is this is in service of a false narrative as you point out. Senator Schumer was holding a chart that I used on the Senate floor, which was a result of a pew poll taken November the 20th of 2020 were 94% of the respondents said they found it easy or very easy to vote. And then I challenged them to say what changes that have been made by this various states. Is he complaining about? And he mentioned the prohibition against ballot harvesting, which as you know is a system where some states allow people to go into nursing homes and among other vulnerable populations, help them fill out their ballot, and then that's political operative drops them in some Dropbox and obviously many states feel like that's a recipe for mischief. But things like eliminating voter ID and forcing people like you and me to finance through our tax dollars, candidates that we vehemently disagree with. I mean, this was a false narrative in service of a really trying to sell something that is completely at odds with what they are talking about and what the president talked about in Atlanta.

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"dropbox" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

04:53 min | 5 months ago

"dropbox" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"You provide for us? And I resent all of my emails with my Dropbox links, like videos as I was in. News articles I was in, and I was like, I did my job. Like, and it was actually like, I was in a good position to be like, if you. What do you mean? What did I do? I did for a nobody piece of trash skier. Obviously I'm mad at it. I'm mad about it. Well, that's the thing. Thank you so much my stuff this year and I'm mad about it still. If you're a TM and you have 15, 20 paid athletes and you have 60 people that you get free gear too, you can't keep track of anything. So it is your job as athlete to keep track of the posts that you tag them in, the metrics of you have to sell the value that you're creating for brands. A 100%. I don't think we're selling anybody on wanting to be a fucking professional student. It's work. It's totally work. Arguably risk your life for something you love, but you also run runs like all you have to play jacks and all this week. Yeah, I did two runs. I stood in the gold and I froze until everyone was ready and then I made one slash and I missed it so I had to do it again. Yeah. I think people need to know that. It's not all no, I agree. And I think they should know, but I'm just saying, it's like, there's a certain part of it that and I hate when people say this about the money thing. But there's a certain part of you and me and everybody else here that just does it because they really love it. Because we talk about the money aspect, we talk about getting paid. And I think that's really important to hammer home. And I will always always always fight for that side of it. But I don't want it to be about just the money. It's about not getting taken advantage of in a lot of ways, and it's like you provide a certain level.

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"dropbox" Discussed on Two or More to Tango

Two or More to Tango

05:34 min | 9 months ago

"dropbox" Discussed on Two or More to Tango

"You're the exhibitions. You're not kind of the opposite of us. Are there any fantasies that you've experienced. That weren't as hot as you thought they were. In in your mind in your mind so the funny thing is we have had. We've never had the unicorn experience and we've been in this for a minute like it and that's the thing that we want the most that we'd never had everybody seems to be like. Oh you just go to hop in you picking of waitresses just for what do you say. I want some butter on the side with little like. How do that somebody to come home with you. I don't know that we're going to have to check. We're allowed to give you the secret formula. All email me. we went. Now wait a minute. Wait a minute my dropbox. You have an entire website of swingers. I figured that was like your buffet of play..

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"dropbox" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

01:49 min | 9 months ago

"dropbox" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Real problem okay. It's funny because when you're sitting at the table you don't see anyone's legs. Yeah so i know product features support legs. But you can turn around. You can go to a whiteboard behind you. So i mean like the actual product in use technologically amazing. So you sit down. You know like if you've ever used oculus can has passed so you can kind of see grainy black and white around you so you tell. Your desk is dropbox over your real desk right. It can detect your keyboard you. What model of laptop you have your. I have a sixteen inch space. Great mac book pro support mechanical keyboards. All about i'm mechanical keyboard. So you can tell it what model and it will detect your laptop. Replace your laptop in. Vr kremlin you can say i wanna whiteboard and you can. You can get up and walk through another part of your room and pass through draw whiteboard like a big virtual whiteboard and then when you're sitting you get passed through of just your desk so you can see all the stuff any real desk. Yeah you can see where your laptop is and then incredibly because it's conference room. You need to have a laptop dangle out just an app you can run on your laptop oculus from desktop. That will mir your laptop display in full res- in front of you in vr. She can type outside. You can see. It's having look around conference room and push a button. Walk somewhere else in the drawn with controller. That's all this nuts. Hates this like it's like the fans running my house. No it's just my laptop all. This is like technically stunning..

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"dropbox" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

04:15 min | 10 months ago

"dropbox" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"What is self supervised learning and may be even give the the bigger basics of what is supervised and semi supervised learning and may be wise self supervised learning a better term than unsupervised supervising. Let's start with supervised learning so typically for machine learning systems. The they're trained. Is you get a bunch of humans. The humans point out particular concept. So if it's in the case of images you weren't the humans to come and tell you what is the president and the image dropbox on them draw. Mosques reflecting pixels vision of particular categories not for..

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"dropbox" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

04:15 min | 10 months ago

"dropbox" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"What is self supervised learning and may be even give the the bigger basics of what is supervised and semi supervised learning and may be wise self supervised learning a better term than unsupervised supervising. Let's start with supervised learning so typically for machine learning systems the way they're trained. Is you get a bunch of humans. The humans point out particular concept. So if it's in the case of images you weren't the humans to come and tell you what is the president and the image dropbox on them draw. Mosques reflecting pixels vision of particular categories not for..

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"dropbox" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:37 min | 10 months ago

"dropbox" Discussed on Revision Path

"It's sustainable because i think certainly if you're a designer or developer at i'm just naming companies here like dropbox or something like that notion dropbox. I love dropbox. But if you're like a product based company the work that you do may really not even be seen it can easily be overwritten..

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"dropbox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:53 min | 11 months ago

"dropbox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Was growing wasn't slowing down until it was really interesting thing to watch where again there is literally hundreds of millions of dollars that almost an increasing pace being made from the business consumer files that everyone was pretty sure would look different in somewhere between five and ten years but didn't really know what and so again this interesting time to be there because it felt like both the business was doing very well. And there was this kind of impetus to to try to find a second or third product and so whether it was earn extra. I think in this with pre my time again. I don't want it to zero credit for this. But i think what they did was. They looked and said okay. Here's all the files that are in dropbox. Can we build applications around them until you get something like emails with mailbox. You get something like photos later photo product. You could documents and you get paper right and so it was sort of the strategy of okay. Files might be going away. But these core primitives are still there and can we own the experience around those and so we had a paper as one example. I think dropbox did that as a broad strategy piece. I think the other thing that was sort of interesting. With some of new product initiatives at dropbox sort of homegrown. Hey we're gonna put a team of four people over here you know. Have them think about chapter documents or whatever it is some were acquisitions mailboxes. Notable one dropbox paper the core of that actually came in through aquisition of a wiessee startup Pad and. I think it was all just interesting to watch those. I think from a platform engineering perspective. It was really interesting to see the trade-offs again something like paper. Which part of why we had the security and compliance issues is because we were on the original startups code base. We were totally separate from the rest of dropbox which for the most part was great because dropbox at that time was like a ten year old monolith that had like hundreds of engineers and broken bill than right like that comes from a large fast-growing engineering organization was we had this startup code base that we could move a lot faster on. But that didn't have the security compliance privacy safeguards so just that that's what i think the answer. Your question about lessons learned. I think there something. I've tried to take advantage as i think it's actually twofold one really important to build a sort of second third act muscle in the company right so even if your first product has product market fit and successful technology company has just arrived on one product. And so you really need to figure that out and it's actually harder to figure that out the longer you wait culturally for a million small reasons. And so i think dropout rate driver cut. It's tremendously lake just fantastically successful product like the true story of you. Put something on hacker news and like ten million people downloaded right and that doesn't happen except it happened to drew and you're printing money in a lot of ways right and it was truly incredible and you know i mean that. Has you know it is. It is a multi billion dollar business right based on that if an largely rights. It's tremendously both skillful and lucky. I think one of the things that does push on is it. The didn't need to develop a second product for a really long time. And so by the time they're trying to build that muscle it was within an organization that was very good at at kind of service serving the first product for good reason but kind of puts pressure on figuring out second products early on today..

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"dropbox" Discussed on The Daily Sunday Show

The Daily Sunday Show

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"dropbox" Discussed on The Daily Sunday Show

"So you find your god-fearing church of you. You know you wanna get deeper and you want to grow your capacity in god continue to reach bible. Continue to pray More and more. Take some stuff away so they can give more him. John passes once again a love. Your a shoutout to our church in our church members to my lovely wife you knew it was coming by you look alike that y'all can't while you look at it not everybody. Oh yeah and and last but most certainly opposite of lease to shut out to god a man. You shot the guy. Because he's good. He's getting us through this Guinness through this pandemic guinness through regular day. Guinness do this day. So yeah shot the guy. I'm just. I'm just he great. I'm really grateful today. I'm really grateful today. But we're gonna rapper so we don't just go on and on because we could do this all day and we will. We love your social. Oh yeah hall. The socials were everywhere at the daily sunday. Show on also twitter. That one is a daily sunday. Show and yeah you guys tomorrow. Vat sunday is best..

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"dropbox" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"dropbox" Discussed on WTOP

"Okay at 2 25 Money news every half hour 25 55 off We go to Jeff Clay, but surely thou is up 72 points. Yes, P 500 index is up 18. That's a half percent. NASDAQ 73 points. That's a little more than a half percent game for the NASDAQ. The cost of living last month rose at the fastest pace since last summer, but that was mostly because of higher gas costs. Consumer prices Those 4/10 of a percent in December take out food and energy costs and core consumer price index was up 1/10 of a percent. Inflation is now running at an annual rate of 1.4%. File sharing company Dropbox is cutting 11% of its workforce. That's more than 300 jobs. Dropbox did turn a profit last year, but its sights in part the fact that It's given its workers work from home writes indefinitely now and doesn't need is many in the office. Jeff Global WTLV News Money News is brought to you by Allstate With all state you can really say you find out just how much you can save today, visit all ST dot com or call an agent to get a quote. You, Me and the vice president of the United States. This cannot be ignored. And peach now, thank you, Madam Chair. The gentleman you were listening to the continuing debate over the article of impeachment against President Trump in Capitol Hill of the debate is going to continue, probably for at least another half hour, then, sometimes between sometime between three and four. There should be a final passage vote. On that article of impeachment. Keep it here on W T o P for more developments as we get them. Here's Dr Marie Harper, the dean of a Dr Wallace E. Boston School of Business at American Military University on leading forward the link between higher education and our future government work for sponsored by American Military University, this new norm as an opportunity to assist businesses with what they need to do in order to meet the challenges and hopefully, opportunities of this new norm, and we looked at our program kept some of the basics but added some what we consider new skills. That would assist these businesses. And our approach is to have the degree programs which are the traditional way of doing education, but also offering the short term certificates that may help them with skills that are necessary for businesses to rebuild..

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"dropbox" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"dropbox" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"TAX Information Insurance Information family documents you can also take pictures of all those and skin them right into this personal vault so that they are protected as soon as the pictures taken that stored stored shoved off their outer drive personal. It's kind of a nice feature and I would love to see this come to office three sixty five enterprise to where you can secure certain document libraries certain folders in document libraries all of that with M._F._a.. Who knows maybe we'll see it at some point in time but kind of a nice feature they rolled out Dr personal so they had some cool things that came out for or that they at least announced for one drive for business as well? It's not like you're left left completely in the dust. There was an ice announcement in June. Twentieth nineteen like update brought up reminder thing jigger that they do on the tech community where they talked about the ability to do one drive for business business client sync with B._B._B.. Accounts so one of the limitations for a long time has been especially when you look at like dropbox or Google drive like if I share a folder with you in dropbox you can go and bring that into your dropbox and then you can sink locally and you can at least have that but with one drive for business like if somebody shares a folder with you in a share point site or just a random fuller from the one drive like it can be difficult to get and was nigh impossible to get especially if if it was external like you're coming into somebody else's tenant and all of a sudden sink isn't there and sings broken but they're adding that as well so that was pretty cool to see. It's going to be the ability to have you as a gas leak. I invite invite you into a folder in my try for business or my share point tendency and then you'll actually be able to sink it through locally.

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"dropbox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"dropbox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"How'd you develop a back testing strategy? That's something. I've heard a lot about in like stock trading companies or securities trading companies be I know your background is like in product, and like dropbox and stuff. So how'd you get a familiarity for back testing? Well, I actually I'm not the one implemented that I've learned my lesson of manager and delegate to people who know what they're talking. But basically, as I've mentioned the buildings that we have on the platform, we actually control the information flow about this building. So we know exactly how they perform, and we can compare it to our models and then back best it, but there are way more competent people at Godhra to answer this question than I am. Yeah. So you did use to work at dropbox in the past. How does the problem set of an investing platform like Kadre? How does that compare to your experience at dropbox? It is completely different. It's very very interesting field of that. I was not exposed to when I worked at dropbox. That was always an infrastructure person draw. Dropbox I was working on the reliability engineering and data storage is so it didn't really like it wasn't really my area of expertise. But there is a lot of things that you'd take from working on the reliability engineering, for example, doing things manually versus. Automates or just trustworthiness and saved safeguards on the platform and things like that that was very easily transform to to the investment platform. But generally speaking, I guess, the the problems are so much different. Because dropbox is this really large scale large number of transactions automation is super important. It's not like a like the wizard of Oz automation later manual now kind of format to it's just a the core problems are so different. Yeah. It is. And obviously Qadri we don't have anywhere near the amount of scale and the amount of low that we had a dropbox, but it's different type of problem. It's a problem of like from engineering standpoint, that's a problem of how to implement things as fast as you can and then incredibly safe manner and from the business standpoint, it's a completely different problem because dropbox was operating in. Very established market. I wanna say, obviously, they were one of the first stores solutions and one of the greatest might Fenian. But it was already in the area were technology was prominent compared to Qadri where we're coming into the market that is you know, old school and technology's not there yet. Isn't it amazing? How wind dropbox came out? And like the five years ten years after it came out people were continually like this is going to get eaten by Google Drive. This is going to get eaten by you know, Microsoft one drive, and it doesn't really happened dropbox is just so much better. At that core problem, you haven't eat lessons about technology and startups from that phenomenon of dropbox just just continuing to to crush that category. While I think it's actually very applicable to Khadr as well. Because in my opinion, the reason why that hap-. Was because the focus because draw books knew that like Google has this infinite ATM machine that is called Google surged that can print cash, and they don't really need to focus that much on the this the data sharing and file sharing a part of their infrastructure when for dropbox it was the only way of doing things insane for Qadri. We are the platform for individuals to invest in alternative assets. And then the does the only thing would do. And that's why I believe that we can win even though there are way bigger players in this market just because we were able and are able to focus on on the task before solving. Yeah. And the thing is like you can look at Google and say, well, you know, Google has expanded into all these other products and all these other products at Google are great. But when you think about the real cash cow of Google, it is kind of one core product that is that that delivers the most cash. So it's like, you know in terms of cash it has been rewarding for Google to focus on its core. Competency, even though if you out it looks like Google is doing a ton of different things focus in terms of the financial health of business. Just seems seems to that rule seems to carry over even to a company that seems as expansive as Google it Qadri as you build technology for alternative investments..

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"dropbox" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"dropbox" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Interact with you do get great nail. I encourage you to do it. If you're at all inclined. We have producers name has Benjamin Frisch production systems, Alex Barish for Dana Stevens and Juliet Turner. I'm Steven McKay. Thank you so much for joining us me. We'll see you soon. Before we go. This episode was brought to you by dropbox the team that made the farewell was tasked with bringing to life. The emotional true story of Llewellyn's grandmothers last days, and they had to do it across thirteen timezones. It was crucial to maintain seamless communication between the production team in China and post production team in the US to make the film of success dropbox made all that possible. Withdraw box and dropbox paper filmmakers can edit. Scripts manage timelines, annotate, videos, and whatever else they need for their team to do their best work, and it's not just for filmmakers. We use it here at slate for podcasts, we took a straw poll of producers here about whether they use dropbox and got answers that range from yes for everything. And everyone does we asked them why? And we heard that it's super reliable and essential for collaborating among other things that's because dropbox was created for teams teams like the one behind the farewell and slate and your own find out how you can use dropbox at dropbox dot com slash flow.

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"dropbox" Discussed on Equity

Equity

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"dropbox" Discussed on Equity

"Goes they will be limited in terms of trading windows, in terms of how much you know, they're gonna be able to to sell and if you own if she postage points of Uber. The CFO is talking to you about how you plan over time to get out of the position. And so using the very quickly gory. Mock it makes a ton of sense where you can get equity in. Yes, you may not optimize your prize. But you know, over time you will just do well and LP's muted butlers investors in funds like early quantity as well. So it's either a personal thing, you know. Just going to get some chips of they will I wanna have to a will six months or whatever the luck of his. And if it's people have meaningful ship out, do you wanna talk about the last deal, which was dropbox acquisition of Ellis? I'm yeah. Yeah. So really quick everybody. I know we've been talking a lot lately about unicorns PEOs, and there is actually a whole rest of the venture market going on while we talk about those and so two throat different in the mix dropbox, which I'm sure you've heard of bought a company about Hello sign for. I think it was two hundred and thirty million in cash now dropbox has a bunch of money. I think they had a a billion in cash give or take is their last earnings report, and they generate nine acres of cash in operating cash flow each quarter. So they could afford this. But what's cool is they spent a lot of money to buy a product that is kind of adjacent to what they do. Because what Hello sign does is like what's called the e-signature market think like docu sign or adobe sign or whatever. And so I feel like dropbox is Adams product into its it's mix that it can sell. Into its enterprise channels and probably boost it's a C and hopefully keep its revenue growth machine going. It's kind of fun deal to seeks. I think hell assigns last round was just a sixteen million non round they raised a little bit for them to. But it wasn't any Norma's funded company and instruct me as a pretty attractive exit. If I think about a series B, it's like sixteen mill. I dunno Jeff tummy time wrong, but probably worth like seventy eighty post give or take. So I'm doing some rough math here looks like a four x exit give or take so felt pretty impressive. I though it was a cool deal in fun to save NASA. If I mean only anything about the deal, but it feels like the Right Math goes sixteen million party sort of own right? Wendy each percent of the company. So you quite ballpark. And you're right. I mean, everybody talks about bidding Dr exits everybody talks about unicorns special. You guys in the media. But there there's a world out there where you can make a lot of money as founders having Molden decent exit, and you will make your.

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