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"ega " Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

De RetailTrends Podcast

03:04 min | 7 months ago

"ega " Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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"ega " Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

De RetailTrends Podcast

02:46 min | 7 months ago

"ega " Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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Marathoner Deirdre Keane on How She Has Added More Meaning to Her Running

Ali on the Run Show

02:43 min | 9 months ago

Marathoner Deirdre Keane on How She Has Added More Meaning to Her Running

"You say i'm gonna do one marathon in memory of my dad. Check it off. The bucket list spoiler. You're now a thirty plus time marathoner. So is it because that first one wasn't as hard as you thought it would be as that why you wanted to sign up from her. What motivated you to go and go back to like race. Registration dot com. And find another one and i think a lot of people can relate to this depending how a race goes right. Sometimes we hit the wall and finished a race like never again but other times when we had a relatively good race endorphins. Kick in right. When do i sign up for another one. Oh my gosh. that was awesome. We forget mile full team to twenty two when Struggling and hated our lives. So i knew i had marathons future for. They also thought. I sleep. Good way to travel so i graduated from northeastern that may and i moved to ireland and i started running marathons in different spots in ireland. I did dial blend belfast cork. I moved back. i said okay like. Let's continue to utilize this traveling. Iran traveling iran multiple marathons across the you ask at edinburgh london paris berlin. It's a great way to see the world and it's a great way just to get releases then i don't feel more motivated when you know. There's a trip coming in with the marathon. Oh heck yeah. Run -cation if you will use that yeah yeah. I didn't make that up. I don't get credit for that your credit because you introduced the term to me. I'll take it of ega. You also shave. That's that's a great time for your first race but you've also shaved quite a bit europe. Pr ers now three. Fourteen is that right yeah premium endemic. I was doing quite well. A part of a running club in the bronze calling portland track club. And i love them. Because when you're running with a group of people especially competitive runners you had to push yourself more than you would when you're just running by yourself Unfortunately i scheduled to some permit me to join track workouts but it lets we see potential when i do joining so slowly. Shaving off in ed's and My dream is to do some three however my big thing burning is that should always add value to your lights and always take away right so at what point are trying so hard that it becomes more difficult and you feel like stressing you hour so if it happens great but it's not going to be the end all be all for me.

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Moderna Says Its Covid Vaccine Is 100% Effective in Teens

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Moderna Says Its Covid Vaccine Is 100% Effective in Teens

"Before Donald Trump became president. Madonna says it's vaccine strongly protects Children as young as 12 from Corona virus and now wants emergency use approval from the FDA. CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Egas clinical trials in ages five through 12, and they just six months through five years are all going and

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US Unlikely to Achieve COVID-19 Herd Immunity, Experts Say

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

US Unlikely to Achieve COVID-19 Herd Immunity, Experts Say

"In the U. S slipping, and some health experts are telling The New York Times they fear that the prospect of achieving herd immunity Is slipping away as well. CBS medical contributor Dr David Egas joined us earlier to talk about what he thinks of the experts assessment of of not making herd immunity in the U. S. If you look at the data if we could get another 15% vaccinated compared to the UK in Israel, you'll see a dramatic drop in the number of cases in the United States. Hopefully, the visor vexing will be approved for ages. 12 to 16, which will add many more million people in line for vaccine. Nation, So I really believe as we get the vaccine approved for kids, we're going to get near her immunity. I think we could do it. It is worrisome, though, the drop in the number of people lining up over the last several weeks Now, if we don't reach the herd immunity threshold. Should we be prepared for large scale flare ups over time? Or will we be able to declare victory? If we have shielded the most vulnerable populations from this virus? You know, I think, obviously feeling the vulnerable is critical. If you will. Limit some of the ravages of virus is causing. We're seeing now hospitalization, seeing younger individual as the virus starts to attack them, and they start to let down their guard with behavior. So without her immunity, we're not going to be where we want to be. And I think we may get to wait to tear class of society where there's the vaccine and the UN back today with some of the privileges and obviously there are a lot of objections to that. But we're going to have to say to people. If you aren't vaccinated. We can't chance. You spreading the virus. More Dr. Switching gears a little

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Potential post-holiday COVID-19 surge could have catastrophic impact

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Potential post-holiday COVID-19 surge could have catastrophic impact

"Post holiday surgeon covert 19 cases. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Egas numbers of cases across the country or probably underestimated in that younger individuals are more likely to be asymptomatic will badly symptomatic and not to be tested, and it is harder to get tested in many places in the country and many places in the country that had done me assessing. I've been shifted over to do vaccines, so we have to continue to use caution with his travel now, While CDC says fully vaccinated people can travel if they wear a mask, you take other safety measures. CDC still does not recommend unnecessary travel. WSB news time is 12 31. Acuity

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WHO green-lights AstraZeneca COVID vaccine for urgent use

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

WHO green-lights AstraZeneca COVID vaccine for urgent use

"O p at 6 35 The World Health Organization says it's getting ready to launch an unprecedented covert 19 vaccine program for hundreds of millions of people across the planet. With the AstraZeneca vaccine here, CBS News Medical Contributor Dr David Egas. This vaccine has yet to be approved here in the United States, but it has been approved. In dozens of countries around the globe. It is being used in those countries without significant issue. The move means many poor countries that so far have not had

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Molecular Therapeutics Hopes to Reshape Gene Therapy

Breaking Biotech

05:15 min | 1 year ago

Molecular Therapeutics Hopes to Reshape Gene Therapy

"So the first rail on a touch on today is from arena pharmaceuticals. The ticker symbol is a u. p. h. And they're sitting in a market cap. Now veron two two point one billion dollars and what we heard about a week ago is that they received fda approval for luke kindness for adult patients with active lupus nephritis and for those who haven't been following the company too long. They showed really really powerful phase three data. The stock shot up really well and then it's been kind of slowly selling off into you know around the thirteen fourteen dollar area and what we heard with this. Fda approval is the stock shot up to around twenty bucks and since then it's trading at around sixteen dollars now. I took a position around thirteen bucks and then sold most of it at around eighteen. And now i'm just sitting at around ten shares in anticipation of the future. And so we'll talk about that right now. But basically what the fda approval there are few details and one was that there was a black box warning but it was pretty much in line with cyclosporine. So it's not really anything to be concerned about. The other real benefit is that the patent protection is likely until the year twenty thirty seven so there were some concerns that the patent protection for arena in this drug was not gonna last that long and that could cut into the profits given the fact that they would lose exclusivity after a while so the other thing we heard is that arrhenius set the pricing and they said it at a price of three thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars for sixty capsules and then they estimate that the net revenue per patient per year is gonna sit at around sixty five thousand dollars so i did some quick math. Here to look at the prevalence of lupus and in general has around twenty to one hundred fifty cases per one hundred thousand people so in the united states that works out to around sixty six thousand two four hundred ninety thousand in the usa. And i know that's a pretty broad range but these are the These the publicly available stats. The corporate presentation of iranian says. That around forty percent of lupus patients have lupus nephritis so the actual problems in the kidneys that would benefit from this therapy so that brings us down to around twenty six thousand one hundred ninety eight thousand total addressable patients in the usa. So we have. Here's an estimated total potential revenue between one point seven billion to twelve point eight billion now again. That's a. It's a huge range. When there's an order of magnitude in there but at least there we get a sense of the kind of revenue. The company is going to be able to bring in sitting at around a two billion dollar market cap. It's definitely on the lower end. Even though this is the total addressable market and we know that arena isn't gonna be able to penetrate the whole thing. But i think the reason why the stock is of depressed is because of the bear narrative in regards to launch concerns so often with these smaller companies. Because they don't have an established salesforce they don't have necessarily those established relationships with either. Kol's or doctors space. It's difficult for companies that are small to really ramp up and deliver when it comes to the sales numbers so the bare narrative is saying that well they're going to really struggle with the launch therefore the company should only be expected to do the lower end of their expectation. Now on the both side. They're saying that well arena could be an emanate contender. And there's reasons to suggest that given that the risk is so low with this drug now. The data looks good and it's already fda approved so they could be being looked at by larger pharmaceutical companies. Who already have those established sales and marketing pipelines to just include this into their portfolio products. And start selling it so. I'm not sure what's going to happen. I'm going to relatively small position. I don't know how much i feel like diving in here. Given the the launch is going to be complicated. But i could miss out on a a merger acquisition deal. That could come as well. So that's really i think. Obviously it's very positive for the company and very positive for patients that are suffering with lupus nephritis but for me. I'm happy with my small position and just seeing what happens with the start with that. Let's move onto rhythm pharmaceuticals ticker symbol are ytm and they're sitting at a market cap of around one point three billion dollars and what they announced. It was positive data from semolina tied in additional emcee for our pathway deficient related. obesity 's so semolina tied was recently approved for hamas egas recessive mutant obese conditions related to pompey pcs k. One and leptin receptor so what that means. Is that patients that for this need to have a knockout in or a mutation in both copies of the gene whether it's policy pcs k. One or leptin receptor. Now what we weren't sure of is whether or not similan tide had an effect in hetero zayas patients and what this is is patients that have one functional copy of this gene so if their drugs sent. Milan could have an effect. In hetero zygote significantly expand the patient population that would qualify for treatment with this drug and with an expanded patient population. Obviously the revenues could be substantially higher than what we expect if it was only the home. Zygote

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Mexico proposes extending non-essential travel restrictions with U.S.

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:03 min | 1 year ago

Mexico proposes extending non-essential travel restrictions with U.S.

"Life to get back to semi normal. A lot of places will want proof that you have received the shot CBS Medical contributor Dr David Egas explains how that might work. He will get a piece of paper. This is a car that will be given to you by health and human services going forward. There will certainly be a digital I D for this, and you have the option of tying it to your driver's license, your passport, etcetera, and it may be required to attend some rock concerts to get on a plane to go some places but initially is just gonna be the paper card. Well, for now, though, you still won't be able to cross the border into Canada or Mexico until it's unless it's essential travel acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf confirming on Twitter that Non essential travel restrictions into the neighboring countries will remain until at least January 21st, he says. We'll

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"ega " Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"ega " Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"If coronavirus cases keeps spiking. State and local governments are announcing new restrictions as the numbers surge across the country. CBS is Steve Futterman during the latest Coronavirus Task Force meeting. CBS News has learned that doctor's presented vice president Pence with a very dire picture. Sense was told if measures are not taken. There could be an average of 1500 deaths a day next week end up to 2000 deaths today by Christmas. The doctors also said they are concerned about the huge increase in and fear that hospitals will again be overrun like they were last spring. Steve Futterman CBS NEWS the FDA has issued an emergency use authorization for the first coronavirus Self Test testing kit. It can be used at home, CBS News Medical contributor David Egas the idea of doing on the spot testing is very powerful because we can actually intervene much quicker. The sooner you know the diagnosis, the sooner you can start contact, tracing and quarantining individuals to get the best outcome to stop the spread of the virus. Michigan's largest county has certified its presidential election results after Republican members of the Board of Canvassers initially blocked the attempt. W. W. J reporter Stephanie Davis from Detroit, a change, of course in Wayne County, after a split vote earlier by the Wayne County Board of Canvassers, leading to the failure. Certifying the county's November 3rd election results And after hours of public comment, the Wayne County Board of Canvassers unanimously voted forward and nothing to certify the results of the elections and intellect. Joe Biden met with national security experts as his team made announcements. CBS is Michael George, from Wilmington, Delaware. The Biden Harris transition team has announced several more incoming White House senior staff picks. Among them is Louisiana congressman Cedric Richmond. We'll vacate his seat to become a scene. Your advisor and director of the Office of Public Engagement. This new role will allow me to offer.

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"ega " Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

The Canine Paradigm

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"ega " Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

"I'll manage to cope with it in a lot better strategies Cape Mantra, that I say to myself humble yourself at the threshold. Ray set reevaluate and remember these person. Even though they know nothing. You need to start again with them. Because we talked about it in a in a few episodes ago, way you can get to a level with something and you certainly don't. You're not the best of all knowledge and access to all information in the world. You may know a lot. But the fact is. The position you are. You can't assume that this person will just pick it up. Way You our way. You want them to pick it up from. You have to understand that although they know nothing is a complete ray education, which needs to take place in that process and it is, it's very very difficult. Aid Bites away Tuesday. Bet having listened to yourself. Birdie and other people who've been very good coaches on how to collect yourself. Yourself sometimes. It's just a matter of doing some deep breathing in the before you get out into the lesson because they have been licensed I, mean I've had to go back to doing some lessons as well lightly and Aubain just deep breathing and thinking okay, they don't know they need to know. They want an hour. They've turned up for the lesson. Don't get impatient. Roll your eyes when they're doing things will saying things that are. Clearly beneath what your understanding is that because they've fresh, and they need your knowledge, and that's what you did this for. And that's why you became the person. You are being the position. You are to give the knowledge that you gained through that time, and it's it is. It's hard to put yourself back in the steps to do that, but it's it is very necessary because you're providing service for people and you. You need to remember that you are service provider and again it doesn't matter whether you're doing and professional basis of voluntee- by says. If you're putting yourself in those positions, remember you need to be humble about that. You should still. Treat it, this person deserves the best of me, not a portion of me and also I think I love you saying and I think what's also really important is we don't know journey like you know how impactful whatever you give them is. An I think you know very often golic off squatted sorted or I know what it is like in psychology. There's always estimates and risking all of that, but any any. Can. Like you, you do the best you can, but. I I was the biggest pioneer asked to my meditation teacher, and it was eighteen years old like I would have hated to have me in that course, and that teacher will remember me as the biggest pioneer student all. She changed my life. She would not Noida achievable. Remember me as is really snobbish. Blunt entitled little. Girl that thought you knew it own. She knew nothing nothing, but now she changed my life like she would go back and I'm like you. Did you have to sit with my inside? That was caucus. But you did that so. We don't have what types of change we bring people. should. You're talking about and. I think that I've only once ever actually sort of said it out loud to climb. Well, it was quite a while ago, and I actually had to call an apply cold and apologized on the way home, after less and less than Oh finished up, and I felt so bad about is like a Kennel believe I, said that outlawed, but it was over. You know like a lot of a lot of the get especially in my area to dog problems, and it's usually like the dogs. They're on a good match, or there's two separate issues, and and this woman trying the two dogs separately and said you look you can't fix this. Dogs have separate issues you. You can't be working two things at the same time you're GONNA have to put one dog away and but. Issues we have to fix those issues, so the dogs can a separate, and then can fix one of these problems time and she just flat said to me. No like that's not going to do it. I'm going to be able to do it. And actually. I can almost remember my exact words because. It was like I was having out of body experience I. was watching myself say this tour feel them coming out of your mouth with no control, and this is Hugh Ega fucking pure ego, but I was born allied out of body. As I said to us. It look I know. You've got my number from the vet and like I'm just the dog trainer. That's Ne- boy. Roy I like. That and I get you don't know like I'm actually pretty fucking. Good training dogs, and there's no way in hell that I have the skill to try and both your dogs at the same time, and the fact that you think you do is fucking outrageous to me. He's. Still having the site. Because I remember. I, said to her. That is the word that I use I said. That is fucking outrageous to me that you'd think that you can do this. When I've told you I wouldn't be able to do it and I'm the one that you've called to explain the process. And, she eventually came around to. By then Dade Cole. Sat in the car and I was like. I cannot believe a fucking said that I cannot believe those words. was clubbing. It's hands at the time guy. Me As! Being really noisy, annoying friend like an IPAD enough that I can see the other triggers that actually got triggered like he had nothing to do with. It had seventy other triggers underlying. I can look at here now and we'd nodding at each. Like. Yeah, we get. She got the conversation that I had bottled away for fifty of paypal L. A. R..

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"ega " Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"ega " Discussed on TechStuff

"Collection of more than two hundred sixty thousand colors. One other big difference between VGA and its predecessors is that VGA would send out data in an analog signal eeg and CG used digital signals. So what's the difference there? Well an analog signal is continuous its unbroken so you can plot that as a smooth wave It doesn't have to be like a smooth gentle repeating pattern. It can be all over the place. But it's unbroken it's a continuous signal. So it could get really squiggly but still one continuous unbroken signal. So imagine playing a stringed instrument and you strumming during and it's playing tone but then you move your finger up the fret board while the string vibrating at that increases the frequency of the string vibration and thus we perceive that as the pitch of the note going up. And you can bend the note up. So if you've ever heard that kind of sound you know. Oh that's like a continuous experience. It's not like I. I heard it play low and then play high. I heard it through all those different frequencies until it reached its its ending frequency. Who's a very smooth transition that's kind of like describing? Just an analog signal this smoothness digital signals are done in a series of steps so this is more about taking slices of time and applying specific value to whatever signal. You're sending out in that slice of time. The finer you slice the time so the smaller or thinner the slices the smoother you can make the signal but in turn it requires way. More information to the scribe that signal so rather than it being smooth and continuous and unbroken if you were to zoom in on a digital signal you would see these little edges of these steps of time as the signal goes up or down depending on whatever it is you're measuring or indicating here but indicates a discrete amount of time and the data associated with that discreet amount of time. If you've got a lot of processing power you can make those time slices very very very thin and if he can do that then enough then it's almost as if you're listening to an unbroken signal the you get beyond the level of human perception but there's a point where human perception definitely picks up on this stuff so one downside of analog is that analog cables if they're not properly shielded can suffer from interference problems digital cables. Don't you don't get interference with digital cables but generally speaking with an analog cable the longer the cable the more prone to interference issues And the shielding as I said is a big factor so if you think of cables having several wires inside of it if the individual wires are not shielded properly you could get interference between them and that would result in poor from graphics perspectives. Vga Really did set a new standard for computer graphics on the PC side of things and would also lead to IBM no longer being the that would define those standards the rise of third party companies creating IBM clones By this time we pretty much just called them. Pc's would prompt NEC home electronics. To announce the intention to form a new organization. This organization is called the Video Electronics Standards Association or visa and the purpose of visas to come up with technical standards for computer video displays and graphics the group would build upon the VGA proprietary standard to create what has collectively referred to as Super Vga so think of VGA but with even more capabilities and no longer dictated by a single company. But rather by a consortium of companies that have decided what the standards should be super. Vga could expand the resolution up to eight hundred by six hundred pixels again. It's not one single standard. It's rather a collection of super sets the standard so it's a little tricky to talk about super. Vga It's not just one thing. Ibm would continue to go on to create the extended graphics array or Xga but by that time Super Vga had kind of taken on a life of its own as the new model for computer graphics. Ibm would no longer be front and center when it came to defining how. Pc's would display graphics on a monitor by this time we're getting into the mid nineteen ninety s and the term. Ibm Clone was pretty much dropped in favor of PC. And that would apply to any computer. Running MS DOS or later like after ninety five or so windows. Ibm's decision to cut down costs by going. With the off the shelf components coupled with the failure to secure an exclusive license for DOS or Microsoft meant that IBM set the stage for its own competition in the consumer space ultimately those competitors got big enough to create their own standards organizations and so it became a group effort to come up with the way. Computers would continue to work. This intern made it easier for lots of companies to enter the space offering up competing products at competitive prices. Ibm for its part would exit the personal computer market completely by the mid two thousands. The company sold off its PC division to Lenovo in deal that was valued at one point. Seven five billion dollars a princely sum. Ibm was just finding it. Impractical to compete in that space and instead would return a full focus on enterprise level products and services. But if it weren't for IBM we wouldn't have seen this particular progression with computer graphics. I'm sure we would have arrived some sort of place similar to where we are now without the IBM PC. But who knows what it would look like you know. Maybe there's a parallel universe out there and we see a world where IBM never got into the consumer market at all and someone else took on that role and maybe computer graphics themselves would be very different from the way they are today. But I can't travel in parallel dimensions so I'll just have to imagine it. That's it for this episode. Hope you guys learn something about the history of computer graphics and the P. C. World and why IBM was such an important part of that. If you have any suggestions for future topics of tech stuff whether it's a specific technology a company a trend intact. Anything like that. Send me a message. You can reach out to me on facebook.

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"ega " Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ega " Discussed on TechStuff

"Running MS DOS or later like after ninety five or so windows. Ibm's decision to cut down costs by going. With the off the shelf components coupled with the failure to secure an exclusive license for DOS or Microsoft meant that IBM set the stage for its own competition in the consumer space ultimately those competitors got big enough to create their own standards organizations and so it became a group effort to come up with the way. Computers would continue to work. This intern made it easier for lots of companies to enter the space offering up competing products at competitive prices. Ibm for its part would exit the personal computer market completely by the mid two thousands. The company sold off its PC division to Lenovo in deal that was valued at one point. Seven five billion dollars a princely sum. Ibm was just finding it. Impractical to compete in that space and instead would return a full focus on enterprise level products and services. But if it weren't for IBM we wouldn't have seen this particular progression with computer graphics. I'm sure we would have arrived some sort of place similar to where we are now without the IBM PC. But who knows what it would look like you know. Maybe there's a parallel universe out there and we see a world where IBM never got into the consumer market at all and someone else took on that role and maybe computer graphics themselves would be very different from the way they are today. But I can't travel in parallel dimensions so I'll just have to imagine it. That's it for this episode. Hope you guys learn something about the history of computer graphics and the P. C. World and why IBM was such an important part of that. If you have any suggestions for future topics of tech stuff whether it's a specific technology a company a trend intact. Anything like that. Send me a message. You can reach out to me on facebook.

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"ega " Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ega " Discussed on TechStuff

"Running MS DOS or later like after ninety five or so windows. Ibm's decision to cut down costs by going. With the off the shelf components coupled with the failure to secure an exclusive license for DOS or Microsoft meant that IBM set the stage for its own competition in the consumer space ultimately those competitors got big enough to create their own standards organizations and so it became a group effort to come up with the way. Computers would continue to work. This intern made it easier for lots of companies to enter the space offering up competing products at competitive prices. Ibm for its part would exit the personal computer market completely by the mid two thousands. The company sold off its PC division to Lenovo in deal that was valued at one point. Seven five billion dollars a princely sum. Ibm was just finding it. Impractical to compete in that space and instead would return a full focus on enterprise level products and services. But if it weren't for IBM we wouldn't have seen this particular progression with computer graphics. I'm sure we would have arrived some sort of place similar to where we are now without the IBM PC. But who knows what it would look like you know. Maybe there's a parallel universe out there and we see a world where IBM never got into the consumer market at all and someone else took on that role and maybe computer graphics themselves would be very different from the way they are today. But I can't travel in parallel dimensions so I'll just have to imagine it. That's it for this episode. Hope you guys learn something about the history of computer graphics and the P. C. World and why IBM was such an important part of that. If you have any suggestions for future topics of tech stuff whether it's a specific technology a company a trend intact. Anything like that. Send me a message. You can reach out to me on facebook.

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13:18 min | 2 years ago

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"J. INCLUDED. A bunch of chips that would show a marked improvement over the old. Cgi Approach Aga could support sixteen colors at the same time for some resolutions. So think of that. Four times the number of colors on screen at once. Wow and it can pull colors from a Palette of sixty four total options. No longer were you forced to decide between supporting dark yellow or having Brown. Cgi chose Brown because it was decided that that was a color that would far more frequently be used than dark yellow. The resolutions abort graphics had increased as well as support resolutions of up to six forty by three fifty. Though there are some caveats. I'll get to in a second. The Card itself included sixteen kilobytes of Rom. Rom read only memory and as the name suggests read only memory cannot be written to or changed. Data stored wrong typically includes sets of instructions that are necessary for doing stuff like booting up a program or running a critical process in the case of. Ega cards the ROM included basic instructions for graphics applications. That took some of the load off. The host computer's own memory in addition to those kilobytes of Rom. The card also had sixty four dedicated kilobytes of ram or random access memory. This is like the short term memory stuff you know. The memory were computer stuff's data in order to access that information rapidly while carrying out operations. The card also allowed for a secondary memory card to boost the capability of ega another sixty four kilobytes which is good because at the base level of sixty four kilobytes from the Basic Aga card. You would only get four colors onscreen at once if you were showing graphics at the full resolution of six forty by three fifty the card provided support for both the C. G. A. and MDA modes of IBM's previous graphics adapters in addition to the new capabilities of the itself and IBM provided extensive documentation on the way and that documentation came in handy. Not just for people who wanted to program for systems with an EEG CARD. Buffet companies that wanted to produce their own version of the card. It would go on to become one of the most cloned cards in computer history. And not only that. Companies were upping the ante by including more ram on these cloned cards providing greater graphical support than what? Ibm offering out the gate so while a basic EGA card would support four colors at four resolution. These clones would allow for all sixteen colors simultaneously at that. Same resolution ouch just two years after IBM introduced. Eeg We saw more than twenty companies offering up clones of that technology some iconic games that came out during the era include Ultima five warriors of destiny. I mentioned the ultimate series earlier in this episode. The first several ultimate games came out for the apple platform primarily and then were later ported to other computer systems. Ultima five included Aga support. And I remember this game. Fondly in fact it's my favorite of the ultimate series but other iconic eeg games included. Cosmo's cosmic adventure commander keen and the original Duke Nukem platforming game and many more one of the big advances in graphics found its way into Ega which was the concept. A bit mapping. So remember when I said that images on a screen are made up of individual points of light called pixels well in the older version of interlaced graphics you would include information about each pixel so you might say Pixel in column one row one is Red Pixel and column to row one is Red Pixel on column three in row. One is read that gets pretty. Tedious bit mapping allowed for a different approach with bit mapping you would only include data on pixels color if the color was different from the Pixel immediately before that one so if pixels one two and three are all red you would only have to define it for Pixel won. The system would understand that. If you didn't have any new information for Pixel two that it would also be read the same as for Pixel Three. It would only be when you had new information. That would say all right now. We have a new color like blue. This made displaying shapes that all were the same color throughout much more efficient. There's more to it than that. But it gets technical. And we'd have to talk more about electron guns and stuff so we'll just leave it off from here but it was a big advance. It wouldn't be long before IBM introduced another advance in graphics. Technology Aga debuted in Nineteen eighty-four and just three short years later. Ibm introduced the video graphics array or. Vga No longer. Were we talking about adapters? Nah this here was an array so as that mean well actually matters in this case the CGI. An EEG adapters. Were add in boards. That you would slot onto the mainframe circuit board of a computer. So you've opened up the computer case. There would be these little slots where you can slide. In circuit boards you'd the Circuit Board in and it would have a port in the back. That would poke out the back of the the computer case. And you could plug stuff in that way. This was very typical still has to this day. They're still computers. That do this with expansion slots so vga was different. Vga was hardwired onto the motherboard itself for the IBM computers later third party companies would make VGA adapter cards to give computers. That did not have the installed directly on the motherboard. The added capabilities of the new graphics standard so while IBM took a different approach to this other companies would replicate what IBM was doing on expansion cards that you could then plug into an existing machine. So what were those capabilities? Well you could use lots of colors if you were also using lower resolutions. So at a resolution of three twenty by two hundred pixels the array could support up to two hundred fifty six colors simultaneously. Wow but if you want a better resolution then you had to reduce the number of colors. Higher resolution mode of six forty by four eighty supported. Just a modest sixteen colors. The pallets could draw from a global collection of more than two hundred sixty thousand colors. One other big difference between VGA and its predecessors is that VGA would send out data in an analog signal eeg and CG used digital signals. So what's the difference there? Well an analog signal is continuous its unbroken so you can plot that as a smooth wave It doesn't have to be like a smooth gentle repeating pattern. It can be all over the place. But it's unbroken it's a continuous signal. So it could get really squiggly but still one continuous unbroken signal. So imagine playing a stringed instrument and you strumming during and it's playing a tone but then you move your finger up the fret board while the string vibrating at that increases the frequency of the string vibration and thus we perceive that as the pitch of the note. Going up and you can bend the note up. So if you've ever heard that kind of sound you know. Oh that's like a continuous experience. It's not like I. I heard it play low and then play high. I heard it shift through all those different frequencies until it reached its its ending frequency. Who's a very smooth transition that's kind of like describing? Just an analog signal this smoothness digital signals are done in a series of steps so this is more about taking slices of time and applying specific value to whatever signal. You're sending out in that slice of time. The finer you slice the time so the smaller or thinner the slices the smoother you can make the signal but in turn it requires way. More information to the scribe that signal so rather than it being smooth and continuous and unbroken if you were to zoom in on a digital signal you would see these little edges of these steps of time as the signal goes up or down depending on whatever it is you're measuring or indicating here but indicates a discrete amount of time and the data associated with that discreet amount of time. If you've got a lot of processing power you can make those time slices very very very thin and if you can do that then enough then it's almost as if you're listening to an unbroken signal the you get beyond the level of human perception but there's a point where human perception definitely picks up on this stuff so one downside of analog is that analog cables if they're not properly shielded can suffer from interference problems digital cables. Don't you don't get interference with digital cables but generally speaking with an analog cable the longer the cable the more prone to interference issues And the shielding as I said is a big factor so if you think of cables having several wires inside of it if the individual wires are not shielded properly you could get interference between them and that would result in poor from graphics perspectives. Vga Really did set a new standard for computer graphics on the PC side of things and would also lead to IBM no longer being the that would define those standards the rise of third party companies creating IBM clones By this time we pretty much just called them. Pc's would prompt NEC home electronics. To announce the intention to form a new organization. This organization is called the Video Electronics Standards Association or visa and the purpose of visas to come up with technical standards for computer video displays and graphics the group would build upon the VGA proprietary standard to create what has collectively referred to as Super Vga so think of VGA but with even more capabilities and no longer dictated by a single company. But rather by a consortium of companies that have decided what the standards should be super. Vga could expand the resolution up to eight hundred by six hundred pixels again. It's not one single standard. It's rather a collection of super sets the standard so it's a little tricky to talk about super. Vga It's not just one thing. Ibm would continue to go on to create the extended graphics array or Xga but by that time Super Vga had kind of taken on a life of its own as the new model for computer graphics. Ibm would no longer be front and center when it came to defining how. Pc's would display graphics on a monitor by this time we're getting into the mid nineteen ninety s and the term. Ibm Clone was pretty much dropped in favor of PC. And that would apply to any computer. Running MS DOS or later like after ninety five or so windows. Ibm's decision to cut down costs by going. With the off the shelf components coupled with the failure to secure an exclusive license for DOS or Microsoft meant that IBM set the stage for its own competition in the consumer space ultimately those competitors got big enough to create their own standards organizations and so it became a group effort to come up with the way. Computers would continue to work. This intern made it easier for lots of companies to enter the space offering up competing products at competitive prices. Ibm for its part would exit the personal computer market completely by the mid two thousands. The company sold off its PC division to Lenovo in deal that was valued at one point. Seven five billion dollars a princely sum. Ibm was just finding it. Impractical to compete in that space and instead would return a full focus on enterprise level products and services. But if it weren't for IBM we wouldn't have seen this particular progression with computer graphics. I'm sure we would have arrived some sort of place similar to where we are now without the IBM PC. But who knows what it would look like you know. Maybe there's a parallel universe out there and we see a world where IBM never got into the consumer market at all and someone else took on that role and maybe computer graphics themselves would be very different from the way they are today. But I can't travel in parallel dimensions so I'll just have to imagine it. That's it for this episode. Hope you guys learned something about the history of computer graphics and the P. C. World and why IBM was such an important part of that. If you have any suggestions for future topics of tech stuff whether it's a specific technology a company a trend intact. Anything like that. Send me a message. You can reach out to me on facebook.

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06:32 min | 2 years ago

"ega " Discussed on TechStuff

"J. INCLUDED. A bunch of chips that would show a marked improvement over the old. Cgi Approach Aga could support sixteen colors at the same time for some resolutions. So think of that. Four times the number of colors on screen at once. Wow and it can pull colors from a Palette of sixty four total options. No longer were you forced to decide between supporting dark yellow or having Brown. Cgi chose Brown because it was decided that that was a color that would far more frequently be used than dark yellow. The resolution sobar graphics had increased as well as support resolutions of up to six forty by three fifty. Though there are some caveats. I'll get to in a second. The Card itself included sixteen kilobytes of Rom. Rom read only memory and as the name suggests read only memory cannot be written to or changed. Data stored wrong typically includes sets of instructions that are necessary for doing stuff like booting up a program or running a critical process in the case of. Ega cards the ROM included basic instructions for graphics applications. That took some of the load off. The host computer's own memory in addition to those kilobytes of Rom. The card also had sixty four dedicated kilobytes of ram or random access memory. This is like the short term memory stuff you know. The memory were computer stuff's data in order to access that information rapidly while carrying out operations. The card also allowed for a secondary memory card to boost the capability of ega another sixty four kilobytes which is good because at the base level of sixty four kilobytes from the Basic Aga card. You would only get four colors onscreen at once if you were showing graphics at the full resolution of six forty by three fifty the card provided support for both the C. A. and MDA modes of IBM's previous graphics adapters in addition to the new capabilities of the itself and IBM provided extensive on the way and that documentation came in handy. Not just for people who wanted to program for systems with an EEG CARD. Buffet companies that wanted to produce their own version of the card. It would go on to become one of the most cloned cards in computer history. And not only that. Companies were upping the ante by including more ram on these cloned cards providing greater graphical support than what? Ibm offering out the gate so while a basic EGA card would support for colors at full resolution these clones would allow for all sixteen colors simultaneously at that. Same resolution ouch just two years after IBM introduced. Ega We saw more than twenty companies offering up clones of that technology. Some iconic games that came out during the era include. Ultima five warriors of destiny. I mentioned the ultimate series earlier in this episode. The first several ultimate games came out for the apple platform primarily and then. We're later ported. To other computer systems ultimate included e- support and I remember this game fondly in fact it's my favourite of the ultimate series but other iconic eeg. Games included. Cosmo's cosmic adventure commander keen and the original Duke Nukem platforming game and many more one of the big advances in graphics found its way into Ega which was the concept. A bit mapping. So remember when I said that images on a screen are made up of individual points of light called pixels well in the older version of interlaced graphics you would include information about each pixel so you might say Pixel in column one row one is Red Pixel and column to row one is Red Pixel on column three in row. One is read that gets pretty. Tedious bit mapping allowed for a different approach with bit mapping you would only include data on pixels color if the color was different from the Pixel immediately before that one so if pixels one two and three are all read you would only have to define it for Pixel one. The system would understand that. If you didn't have any new information for Pixel two that it would also be read the same as for Pixel Three. It would only be when you had new information. That would say all right now. We have a new color like blue. This made displaying shapes that all were the same color throughout much more efficient. There's more to it than that but it gets technical. And we'd have to talk more about electron guns stuff so we'll just leave it off from here but it was a big advance. It wouldn't be long before IBM introduced another advance in Graphics Technology Aga deed in Nineteen eighty-four and just three short years later IBM introduced the video graphics array or. Vga No longer were. We talking about adapters. Nah this here was an array. So as that mean well actually matters in this case the CGI an eeg were add in boards. That you would slot onto the mainframe circuit board of a computer. So you've opened up the computer case. There would be these little slots where you can slide. In circuit boards you'd the Circuit Board in and it would have a port in the back. That would poke out the back of the the computer case. And you could plug stuff in that way. This was very typical still has to this day. They're still computers. That do this with expansion slots so vga was different. Vga was hardwired onto the motherboard itself for the IBM computers later third party companies would make VGA adapter cards to give computers. That did not have the installed directly on the motherboard. The added capabilities of the new graphics standard so while IBM took a different approach to this other companies would replicate what IBM was doing on expansion cards that you could then plug into an existing machine. So what were those capabilities? Well you could use lots of colors if you were also using lower resolutions. So at a resolution of three twenty by two hundred pixels the array could support up to two hundred fifty six colors simultaneously. Wow but if you better resolution then you had to reduce the number of colors. Higher resolution mode of six forty by four eighty supported. Just a modest sixteen colors. The pallets could draw from a global.

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

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"J. INCLUDED. A bunch of chips that would show a marked improvement over the old. Cgi Approach Aga could support sixteen colors at the same time for some resolutions. So think of that. Four times the number of colors on screen at once. Wow and it can pull colors from a Palette of sixty four total options. No longer were you forced to decide between supporting dark yellow or having Brown. Cgi chose Brown because it was decided that that was a color that would far more frequently be used than dark yellow. The resolution sobar graphics had increased as well as support resolutions of up to six forty by three fifty. Though there are some caveats. I'll get to in a second. The Card itself included sixteen kilobytes of Rom. Rom read only memory and as the name suggests read only memory cannot be written to or changed. Data stored wrong typically includes sets of instructions that are necessary for doing stuff like booting up a program or running a critical process in the case of. Ega cards the ROM included basic instructions for graphics applications. That took some of the load off. The host computer's own memory in addition to those kilobytes of Rom. The card also had sixty four dedicated kilobytes of ram or random access memory. This is like the short term memory stuff you know. The memory were computer stuff's data in order to access that information rapidly while carrying out operations. The card also allowed for a secondary memory card to boost the capability of ega another sixty four kilobytes which is good because at the base level of sixty four kilobytes from the Basic Aga card. You would only get four colors onscreen at once if you were showing graphics at the full resolution of six forty by three fifty the card provided support for both the C. A. and MDA modes of IBM's previous graphics adapters in addition to the new capabilities of the itself and IBM provided extensive on the way and that documentation came in handy. Not just for people who wanted to program for systems with an EEG CARD. Buffet companies that wanted to produce their own version of the card. It would go on to become one of.

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

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"J. INCLUDED. A bunch of chips that would show a marked improvement over the old. Cgi Approach Aga could support sixteen colors at the same time for some resolutions. So think of that. Four times the number of colors on screen at once. Wow and it can pull colors from a Palette of sixty four total options. No longer were you forced to decide between supporting dark yellow or having Brown. Cgi chose Brown because it was decided that that was a color that would far more frequently be used than dark yellow. The resolution sobar graphics had increased as well as support resolutions of up to six forty by three fifty. Though there are some caveats. I'll get to in a second. The Card itself included sixteen kilobytes of Rom. Rom read only memory and as the name suggests read only memory cannot be written to or changed. Data stored wrong typically includes sets of instructions that are necessary for doing stuff like booting up a program or running a critical process in the case of. Ega cards the ROM included basic instructions for graphics applications. That took some of the load off. The host computer's own memory in addition to those kilobytes of Rom. The card also had sixty four dedicated kilobytes of ram or random access memory. This is like the short term memory stuff you know. The memory were computer stuff's data in order to access that information rapidly while carrying out operations. The card also allowed for a secondary memory card to boost the capability of ega another sixty four kilobytes which is good because at the base level of sixty four kilobytes from the Basic Aga card. You would only get four colors onscreen at once if you were showing graphics at the full resolution of six forty by three fifty the card provided support for both the C. A. and MDA modes of IBM's previous graphics adapters in addition to the new capabilities of the itself and IBM provided extensive on the way and that documentation came in handy. Not just for people who wanted to program for systems with an EEG CARD. Buffet companies that wanted to produce their own version of the card. It would go on to become one of.

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08:28 min | 2 years ago

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"Does this really fast a slow? Crt Monitor would repaint the entire screen. Sixty Times a second but this means that if your programming you know precisely what parts of an image are going to be painted. I because it's going to go top to bottom so if you're meticulous. You can swap from one pallet set to a the other Palette set in mid screen draw that allows for slightly more colors to display on screen at one time or at least what we perceive to be at one time because our perception lags behind this refresh rate so in any given band of horizontal lines you would be limited to four colors because he'd be limited to one palette however you could swap from band to band so you might have a screen with an image in it that has the four colors represented from Palette zero. And the bottom you swap out to pal at one and you get a little more variety that way the second official graphics mode that the CGI chips supported was a six forty by two hundred one. Bit Color Mode now. This was a monochromatic approach. So you had black the background color and then whatever. The foreground color was Whether it's white or green or amber with color monitors you could technically choose any of the sixteen colors the CGI chip supported to be the foreground color and the bonus of this was that it allowed for more fine detail is a greater resolution than what you'd find in the other mode but now you were reduced to just one color. In addition to the background this mode was primarily meant for users who had a monochromatic display. But who wanted to have graphic support? They didn't want to just get the text based MDA APPROACH. You could enable this mode on a color display and swap out that foreground color like. I said but you're still limited by that one color on a screen. At a time. There were a couple of other tricks programs could use to kind of fool the system to get colors. Onscreen one involve using the text mode instead of the graphics mode so the text mode actually supported more colors. Onscreen at once. And if you could just make your game out of text then you can have much more colorful games. However their games that are made up of text. So how do you adjust for that? Well one of the two hundred fifty six characters that you could choose from was a simple shape. It took up half of the character cell so one half of the cell would be this color and the other half would be the background color. So you have a foreground color in the background color. However what you set both the foreground and the background to the exact same color. Well you get a solid block of that color and using those blocks you could create simple graphics but it's kind of like using wooden blocks that you would have as a kid right you can make stuff out of it but it's going to be. Chunky GONNA get the fine graphic detail you would down to the pixel level. Pixels are much much bigger than they would have been otherwise so the resolution was just one sixty by one hundred in this mode. But you'd be able to use a lot more colors. The last trick programs could rely upon had to do with the monitors themselves so there were two big categories at this time the IBM PC had an RGB monitor and RGB stands for Red Green Blue and intensity which again is the brightness of color but you could also use a composite video monitor like a television set. You could use that as your computer monitor and you could feed video to it through a composite cable. That's the yellow. Rca Cables of old. That one cable would carry out all the video information to the display however composite video monitors had an interesting tendency colors would bleed into each other a little bit and that bleed that melding of colors would present other colors that you might not otherwise be able to create in CGI graphics so you could kind of create through the process of transmission brand new colors. So it's not like it's in the programming. It's literally in two different colors that could be represented in. Cg A next to each other. Because you know when it's going to be shown on a screen they're gonNA bleed together a little bit so you get a a a more rich from a culture perspective image however there was a drawback to this as well it would mean that the image is a little more blurry and not as sharp so it would almost be like. You're ending up with a lower resolution image however you would get more colors so just depending on. What was most important to you when you were putting these things together? But why was there such a limitation on colors in the first place like what was the factor that was making this be so primitive? Well it wasn't because of display technology like color televisions had been around since the seventies really earlier technically but definitely commercially. They'd been available since the seventies and there's no reason why a monitor wouldn't be able to handle lots of different colors. The real issue lay with computer memory. See in the early days of computer. Memory was a pretty valuable and scarce resource. It was expensive. It was hard to implement. Most computers had a very limited amount of random access memory or ram computers pulled data into Ram from some other storage source like a floppy disk or hard drive and then the computer response to input provided by the user or by some program and performs operation on the data in this memory thus producing output the more information the computer can hold in. Ram generally speaking the better because it brings down loading times and speeds things up quite a bit but Ram was pretty precious in the early days of computing the IBM PC shipped standard with just sixteen kilobytes of them. So rather than eat up that memory by supporting more colorful graphics IBM chose to give limited support to color representation and reserve that ramp for other stuff. Like you know actually helping the computer execute programs other companies looked at IBM's CJ approach and they reverse engineered it soon. They could also produce computers that supported CG graphics thus CGA approach became a standard and originally you could just think of it as being proprietary. It was an IBM proprietary technology. But through reverse engineering. It became a standard and computer graphics and some of these third parties took this approach a step further. There was a company called Hercules computer technology that introduced the Hercules Graphics Card in Nineteen Eighty two. The card came about as a matter of necessity. The developer needed away to display tie characters from from the language of Thailand and that was his native language was tie and in a resolution similar to IBM's MDA. That was the goal to have these very clear crisp figures in the Thai language but the MTA didn't support that alphabet. The Hercules Graphics Card had a resolution of seven twenty by three fifty but unlike the MDA it was pixel addressable so it could display both text and graphics at high resolution. It was a monochromatic technology. So you weren't going to get full color this way but the resolution was superior to the CG a standard so you could program a game in the a one bit mode that monochromatic graphics mode of CG but at a much higher resolution than what you would with the CGI computer now that being said not. Many programmers actually took advantage of this because it wasn't standard for developers to cater to a specific. Add in board like that but man those times would change however a lack of bio support for this card meant nominee programmers would actually take advantage of this develop games specifically for computers with that type of card other companies would begin producing similar cards and IBM was hard at work on the next generation of graphics capabilities will talk about how they enhanced graphics in just a second but first. Let's.

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

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03:45 min | 2 years ago

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"All the images consist of tiny dots of paint. But when you view it from a distance they form the shapes of people spending a lovely day at a park along the Seine river is an example of the style called pointless and it's perhaps the most famous version of this of all time but televisions computer monitors electric displays like the one smartphones. Us have a similar technique except they use points of light rather than points of paint now as I mentioned the MDA wasn't Pixel addressable. An address ability refers to the capacity to separately access individual units of something so in this case pixels a pixel addressable approach allows the computer system to send specific instructions to each and every pixel which in turn let's computers send full images and graphics to a connected monitor but MDA didn't have that capability so you couldn't send a black and white photo to display on connected monitor. The MDA was dedicated purely to text mode. The screen consisted not of pixels so much as it did of character cells so imagine a box that's large enough to hold the largest text character like an upper case. Ge or w or something now imagine that the entire screen is a grid of those boxes. Each box is exactly the same shape so it can allot for the largest of characters inside of it. But that's all they can fit inside. Each box is one character. You couldn't create more complex images only pictures that consisted of those basic characters. Just like the old printers that I mentioned earlier that Richard Gary it had been playing with. What would these displays? You could get really good resolution on those characters so the images were crisp and clear. The the pictures text was incredibly clear to read. It was very simple to with these displays. You could get really good resolution on those characters. The text is crisp and clear and that was a big drop because a lot of these computers were meant to go toward small businesses. Where presumably the applications? You're running are mostly text based there were some trade offs because the screen was made up of a grid of equal sized boxes and each of those boxes could contain one character. Every letter would use up the same amount of space on the screen so an upper case. W which is about as wide as it gets would take up the same amount of space as an upper case. I know I don't mean that the upper case I would be wide but rather it would occupy a spot that would be surrounded by an invisible box the same size as the invisible box that goes around the upper case. W so you get this weird spacing between letters in the same word. If you're using a collection of wide and narrow letters it would just look off. It's called Mono Space Font. It's it's the same sort of thing that you would see with a lot of printers and typewriters because they were limited to having all of their stamps at the same size even if the letters were different sizes in contrast most fonts we use today are proportional fonts which means individual characters are given space proportional to their own size. So you don't get these odd gaps between letters. That should be right next to each other but that was just one option for the IBM PC. The other option had direct address ability for pixels. It also had support for color so you can have color graphics with this version and it was called C. G. A. We'll talk.

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03:45 min | 2 years ago

"ega " Discussed on TechStuff

"All the images consist of tiny dots of paint. But when you view it from a distance they form the shapes of people spending a lovely day at a park along the Seine river is an example of the style called pointless and it's perhaps the most famous version of this of all time but televisions computer monitors electric displays like the one smartphones. Us have a similar technique except they use points of light rather than points of paint now as I mentioned the MDA wasn't Pixel addressable. An address ability refers to the capacity to separately access individual units of something so in this case pixels a pixel addressable approach allows the computer system to send specific instructions to each and every pixel which in turn let's computers send full images and graphics to a connected monitor but MDA didn't have that capability so you couldn't send a black and white photo to display on connected monitor. The MDA was dedicated purely to text mode. The screen consisted not of pixels so much as it did of character cells so imagine a box that's large enough to hold the largest text character like an upper case. Ge or w or something now imagine that the entire screen is a grid of those boxes. Each box is exactly the same shape so it can allot for the largest of characters inside of it. But that's all they can fit inside. Each box is one character. You couldn't create more complex images only pictures that consisted of those basic characters. Just like the old printers that I mentioned earlier that Richard Gary it had been playing with. What would these displays? You could get really good resolution on those characters so the images were crisp and clear. The the pictures text was incredibly clear to read. It was very simple to with these displays. You could get really good resolution on those characters. The text is crisp and clear and that was a big drop because a lot of these computers were meant to go toward small businesses. Where presumably the applications? You're running are mostly text based there were some trade offs because the screen was made up of a grid of equal sized boxes and each of those boxes could contain one character. Every letter would use up the same amount of space on the screen so an upper case. W which is about as wide as it gets would take up the same amount of space as an upper case. I know I don't mean that the upper case I would be wide but rather it would occupy a spot that would be surrounded by an invisible box the same size as the invisible box that goes around the upper case. W so you get this weird spacing between letters in the same word. If you're using a collection of wide and narrow letters it would just look off. It's called Mono Space Font. It's it's the same sort of thing that you would see with a lot of printers and typewriters because they were limited to having all of their stamps at the same size even if the letters were different sizes in contrast most fonts we use today are proportional fonts which means individual characters are given space proportional to their own size. So you don't get these odd gaps between letters. That should be right next to each other but that was just one option for the IBM PC. The other option had direct address ability for pixels. It also had support for color so you can have color graphics with this version and it was called C. G. A. We'll talk.

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Follow live: Final round underway; Tiger on course

CBS Sports Radio

05:03 min | 3 years ago

Follow live: Final round underway; Tiger on course

"Of fact, here to give us a read on the torn amend his point. And specifically going deciding round is the best golf analyst, I know you've been watching the golf channel in the mornings to get ready for the day, even catching remote thing down there. And he joins us now on the golf channel and his syndicated show life. Matt Adams AMA. I'm doing well. How you doing? Good. Appreciate you coming on before we get into the specifics year round number four, I need your take on how the US G A prepped plan prepared Pebble Beach this week today. Get it right to get it wrong deduction train hedge. Their bet what your read on what the course, has been put I three days at US open my readers. They got it right. Which was the first option that you gave me, but it also came from hedging bats because hard is heavily beaches Pebble Beach is only so much that you can do to eight c side. Of course, it's hard to screw it up the way you can, of course, say inland. So the US did a good job of not over engineering, not overdoing the golf course. But the easiest course it set out for US open his. Probably Pebble Beach. So it's kind of a combination of things they did do graduated raw that, we're a couple of fairways players were complaining early in the week, and they and they graduated and a little bit more. So they're being reactive to being sensitive back that they've had stumbles over the past few years. This year twenty nineteen everybody seems to be saying, I happen to agree that set up this US open a okay. Not everybody says that because yours truly disgrace, and I'll give degree. I tell you wouldn't number US open is this. Hundred nineteen hundred nineteen. All right. Mr. golf expert, how many times in the hundred nineteen years of the US, open have, we had a player shoot double digits under par. Well, the last has happened multiple times we've had multiple rows, and it ended in sixteen par including one Tiger Woods, including Bros, CAPCO. So it it's happening what you're referring to not to take away from your answer. But what you're referring to the fact that the US open as compared to the other three major championships. If you took the other three, right? EGA the masters, the open, vastly different setups, vastly different golf courses over the last fifteen years. Those three majors believe they're not gonna blow you way with this stat. They all come in between ten and eleven hundred par for all the variances. They all come in between. Let's stroke apart over the course of fifteen years. The US open is the one glaring difference coming in just over three hundred par now for the national championship. United states. I have no problem whatsoever. If it is the most difficult stern test of Gaul you can possibly have where the problem lies is when a golf courses over engineer, you are no longer identifying the best all around the golf course you're identifying the golf and that's not in most stricken by approval twist of fake where they would take collars rough like they did it. Okay. Fine. And put him in places that the architect never designed to be because they're trying to protect the score against standard of eve. Even par which went out of the best players in the world years ago. So that, that's where I'm probably from his sane right now at the end of this week, you're going to know who is best player was this week in prior US open when it was over engineered you never really one hundred percent. Sure. Okay. I will again, go back to the number that I quoted only nine times in the hundred nineteen year history of those nine seven came two years ago in two thousand seventeen where seven guys went under par kept go on at sixteen. Decky shot twelve Brian Harman shot twelve Pleat was eleven chop was ten Haas was ten fallow with ten only two other times, Rory mcilroy at congressional shot, minus sixteen tiger at Pebble Beach, minus twelve now nineteen years ago that, that did the yet, one year you had seven out of nine and in the other hundred eighteen times you had two guys go under ten. I think they're getting pre today. I think you're gonna see three guys who double digits under par by the end of the day, that tells me on sorry the court too easy. No, no, no. What it's telling you is that for last twenty years, there set up. Have been wrong. The US will admit this at shit o'clock. Last year we let it go too

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"ega " Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ega " Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Andrea Rovers ended around waving his arms, are you? Giving him a ball around Mia. Yeah. Yeah. I got him into room, by the way that questions by the way, they might be the best team in the west if he's if he were healthy. Yeah. Because you got to wing defenders night just to kinda wing defenders to great might like to like top six or seven in the league wing defenders if you had him apologize. And here's the thing. I've always said this is not Houston that Golden State fears. It is Oklahoma City, and I've talked to players from Golden State near light. Look when you beat a team like Houston on their home floor in a game seven that fear factor is gone. Like, you base you you took their chain. You took Houston's chain. I don't care what the circumstances were. I don't think they win that series. Even of Chris Paul healthy last year. I disagree because he could dollar came back and Ega dollar was before you're gonna get hurt in game four they had figured Houston out. And that was the harden say stop, but that was the one who compromised harden and was able to let Golden State's defense. Stay at home everywhere else in once he came. I'm back. You saw everything fall into place. And I don't think Chris Paul's since abilities. We're going to hold up to the point that Golden State was going to respect him enough in a setting. Yeah. The thing with the Houston team this year again what offense right? It is day rolling. The ball dare their body. Go get you a ball will. But I do think that something that is underrated about the rockets is a man of Eric Gordon is your number three. You're not. You're not bad. You're you're not cappella with the rim runs and everything else..

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FDA raises concerns about dietary supplements

WBZ Midday News

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

FDA raises concerns about dietary supplements

"If you are one of the three out of every four Americans are take a dietary supplement, the FDA says be careful of some false claims unknown ingredients as well as potential. Harmful products CBS. Dr David Egas says if you take a supplement make sure your doctor knows could interact with some of your medication there is yet to be right now any organization Health Organization that recommends vitamins or supplements for any normal person because none of them have Michelle to work if you need to take them. And there are some indications I should clarify things like pregnant women should be taking prenatal vitamins. There are some that worked in certain I condition but to an individual without a condition. There haven't been a benefit supplements are big business in this country Americans spent more than forty billion dollars on them last

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"ega " Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:10 min | 3 years ago

"ega " Discussed on KTOK

"Richard Overton attributed to being the secret to his long life. Mr. Everton's funeral service Drouin hundreds of people to the shoreline church in north Austin today, we are here to honor. A veteran who was in a war that changed our world Volna Overton junior mister Overton cousin who has always by his side took a moment to think World War Two veterans for serving our country. So remember when you go home and go to bed tonight, and you turn off your lights? You're able to do that thanks to the World War Two veterans governor, Greg Abbott and mayor Steve aller were among the dignitaries who honored Mr. Overton at the funeral service. Abbott calling him a Texas legend in an American icon reporting in north Austin as McCurry Ega, Fox News. I'm Chad pergram speakers long. It's not unique for a new house majority to change the names of committees. And subcommittees everyone knows about the spate of inquiries to be led by Judah, Sherry committee, chairman Jerry, Nadler quest for the president's tax returns by ways and means committee chairman Richard Neal, but how about house foreign affairs committee, chairman Eliot, Engel, Ingles assembling a panel on oversight and investigations to FOX's told there's more interest and investigations than terrorism. These days specifically, the Trump administration the new panel will probe how the administration handled whistle blowers in the diplomatic community. It's not rare to have such oversight panels, the homeland security natural resources committee, science armed services, financial services, and veteran's affairs committees all feature oversight subcommittees, what's in a name asked William Shakespeare, when it comes to the names of committees on Capitol Hill, everything and to determine the differences and priorities between Democrats and Republicans. Look, no further than the names of their congressional committees with the speakers, lobby Chad pergram, Fox News. News. Take a pause file this one under pepper spray may nineteen year old alma Cadwell ladder was walking or two dogs off leash in a parking California's Castro valley, the dogs ran up to a jogger who apparently got frightened and pepper spray. The animals that's when the spray hit the fan. So to speak CAD will ladder yelled and tried to take the spray away. The two got into a fight and Cadwalader latter allegedly bit the jogger and had to hire attorney, Emily dumb. I think my client would just simply like for the record to be corrected that all she did in this case was protect to pets. He loves dearly, the still unidentified jogger called the cops Lieutenant Terence Katcher vs bay regional park. Police the other fish from the victim that she was accosted by the dogs. The dogs may have attempted to bite her for taking the risk of letting dogs. Run off leash will ladder faces a felony charge of battery. Take pause Jill. Nato Fox News. The dean's list with Janice. Dean too, honest, girls from Detroit Michigan make today's dean's list. A disabled veteran was convinced. He would never see his money credit cards or ID again after he lost it in the snow. But Mark Walsh got the good news. The two young girls returned his wallet to a nearby store afterwards Mark said he really wanted to meet them. And reward them the Detroit Fox News affiliate found the fourteen year old Vincent sisters and arranged a meeting between the overjoyed veteran and the delighted teams Mark says his faith in humanity was restored and gave girls the couple hundred dollars. That was in his wallet. They returned when the girl saw the military ID card. They thought of their grandfather a veteran and said they hoped someone would be respectful and do the same if they found his wallet. So incredibly grateful and humbled. Thank you, Vincent sisters for being honest kind and a wonderful example on how to treat others you both made the dean's list. Janice. Dean, Fox News. Asylum half Muhammad, Al anon only joined Twitter this month. But then a few days eighteen year old from Saudi Arabia had amassed a hundred and seventy thousand followers, harnessing, social media. She fled her family. Until I see you an edge on Alckmin said relatives had threatened to kill her after she renounced his slob. So she flew to Thailand dodging Saudi rules, requiring a woman to get a man's permission to broad when tile not stopped her last Saturday. She locked herself in a hotel room and began broadcasting Kohl's for help online by Wednesday. The UN had granted refugee status by Friday type police that she was flying to Canada. Having bought a side activists say the case spotlights women's rights in Saudi Arabia, but say many similar cases, go unreported ending with women being sent home against the wishes, Simon Owen, Fox News. And now a look back at this week in history this week in one thousand nine hundred twenty nine Martin Luther King junior was born in Atlanta, Georgia in nineteen fifty five. He helped organize the first major protest of the African American civil rights movement. He advocated civil disobedience and non violent resistance, the segregation in the south, the peaceful protests. He led throughout the American South were often met with violence, but king and his followers persisted and the movement. Gained momentum in nineteen sixty four king became the youngest person to win the Nobel peace prize. He was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee on April fourth nineteen sixty eight this week in nineteen sixty seven at the Los Angeles Coliseum. The Green Bay Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl one in this historic game. Played before a crowd of about sixty two thousand people Green Bay scored three touchdowns in the second half to defeat the chiefs thirty five to ten led by MVP quarterback. Bart Starr for the wind each member of the Packers collected fifteen thousand dollars the largest single game. Share in the. History of team sports this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty one Ronald Reagan, sworn in as the fortieth president of the United States. Reagan would win re election and served a total of eight years and survived an assassination attempt in nineteen Eighty-one. He passed away June fifth two thousand four and this week in two thousand nine GM auctions off historic cars from its heritage collection. Some of the cars that were sold a nineteen Ninety-six Buick Blackhawk concept car.

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