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"earthlink" Discussed on TechStuff
"To lose subscribers even as it was adding more broadband services are partnering with other companies. That did the same in two thousand five. While link would add some broadband customers. The balance was out of wack when it compared against the loss of dial up customers earthlink would lose seventy three thousand customers in two thousand five as a whole and then a decision by the us. Federal communications commission or c. Really hit earthlink hard. The decision gave telecommunications companies the right to stop leasing lines to third party dsl providers at wholesale prices. You know like earth link so previously. These companies were compelled. They were regulated to offer those wholesale lease rates to third party. Isp's that's how earthling built much of its business at least those lines from these bigger companies at a lower rate and then resold them to customers at a higher rate that was just the basics of the business but the f. c. c. decision and a subsequent decision by the us supreme court that upheld. It meant that the telecom companies were under no obligation to continue doing this. They didn't have to offer those lower prices to third party. Isp's in the short term. The telecom companies were agreeing to continue to lease lines espy's so even though they weren't compelled to they continued to do it because these isp's were really big customers but since the telecom companies were themselves starting to become isp's the writing on the wall right because the ideas. Yeah i'll continue to lease this to you at a lower rate. But meanwhile i'm building out my own internet service provider business and once it gets big enough where i don't need you anymore. I'm going to cut you off. And then i get a twofer i get to sell to your customers instead of having you do it and i get to squeeze you out of business so i don't have a competitor anymore yet. It was a little nefarious earthling. Strategy to combat this was multifaceted. Part of it was to get into building out its own infrastructure to compete against the cable and telephone companies but it was way behind on that front right like i mean after all. It's imagine that you walk into cookie town. Usa where there are you. Know a dozen top level cookie companies there and you decide. You're going to compete. But the cookie companies have already managed to buy up. Almost all of the ingredients needed to make cookies and they have saturated the market with cookies. There would be very hard for you to make any in way into that system..
"earthlink" Discussed on TechStuff
"And it's how we make sure the right data goes to the right device otherwise you'd have an issue with multiple devices connected to a local area network that has a further connection to the internet at large and everything would be mixed up in. That'd be terrible cable. Modems also have a microprocessor to oversee operations within the modem itself and that's a quick and very high level look at how early cable modems worked. There's a lot more to it than that but it would require. Its own episode. The important thing for our story is that the cable modems represented another big step forward in speed also as a cable connection as well as the dsl connections are constant. That means you don't have to worry about turning it on and turning off like a assuming there's no interruption in service you always have a persistent connection to the internet unlike a dial up which has to activate a phone line and then it has to hang up at the end of the session. Your your cable. Modems are always connected. Your dial up modems only connected when you activate it so internet services in general on the web in particular started to offer more data intensive features such as streaming audio or video the need for broadband solutions became more pressing. But we're still in the early days here. Dial up modems would remain a big player for a while. Earthlink kept making big alliances. The company signed a deal with sprint. The gave sprint a stake in earthlink in return for access to sprint. Customers and deal with apple would mean that earth earthlings software became the default internet connectivity software. And apple's mac. Computers earthlink also was the default connectivity software for nec ready computers and packard bell. Computers and compusa chose earth earthlink to be the default internet. Connectivity software provider for the computers sold in retail stores. All of this led up to that merger with mine spring which was like why is making big deals mind..
"earthlink" Discussed on TechStuff
"They were just seen as the only alternative to no television at all. If you happen to live outside of the broadcast area so they were better than nothing. But it wasn't until the nineteen seventies that advancements in technology and process would improve the experience and cable companies. The way we know them today would become viable. The coaxial cable is an important part of this. If you were able to see the layers in a coaxial cable you would see that at the very core of it. There is a conductive material copper wire surrounding that copper wire is a layer of dialectic insulating material and surrounding that is an outer conductor called the shield so the outer and inner conductor both aligned in the same direction along the same axis think of a small straw nestled inside a larger straw. And that's why it's called a co axial cable. Because they're both on the same access information travels through coaxial cables along a carrier wave which then is modulated you can modulate it by its amplitude by its frequency and by its phase this gets into the electromagnetic spectrum which is the range of all types of electromagnetic radiation from super long radio waves that are miles and miles long to super short gamma rays weaken described these waves in terms of wavelength. How long those waves are or frequency frequency refers to the number of wavelengths that pass a given point within a second we measure frequency in hertz with one hertz being one wave per second okay so how does cable. Tv's and all those channels of content simultaneously the get mixed up while the word channel is the key at channel is actually a band of frequencies that is reserved to a specific television source like mtv wine on mtv. I want my mtv so in the us. A channel consists of a bandwidth of spectrum within that that cable the cable can hold a certain spectrum of frequencies. Well a channel is a bandwidth of six megahertz. So it's six megahertz wide across the available spectrum that the cable can carry. And within that six megahertz band is all the information of that. Specific channel of television. That six megahertz belongs to mtv. But you move over. Another six megahertz to the next band..
"earthlink" Discussed on TechStuff
"App apple podcasts or wherever near favorite shows welcome to textile production from i heart. Hey there and welcome to tech stuff. I'm your host. Jonathan strickland. i'm an executive producer with iheartradio and a love all things tech and previously on. Text up. wait now. That doesn't sound hang on previously on tech stuff. We covered the origins of the internet service provider. Earthlink i talked about how sky dayton founded the company which with ten modems that would connect customers with the internet at large dial up. Modem systems is what we're talking about here. And then how dayton and his team grew that business by partnering with other companies to expand service earthlink least capacities from companies like credit card verification services and other esp's to reach across the united states and then eventually into canada and then beyond now along the way sky would step down as ceo. He handed control over to gary betty while dayton would stay on as chairman of the board for a while longer earthling made several acquisitions..
"earthlink" Discussed on TechStuff
"And in return they could access the service whenever they wanted for as long as they wanted with. No hourly fees earthly could do this because of those relationships that the company had been making with other telecommunications companies and other isp's as long as earth links capacity to make connections through its partners was ahead of demand. The flat fee would work just fine by nineteen ninety-six earthlink was really taking off. And that's when sky dayton would step down as ceo. He stayed on board as the chairman of earthlink but the new. Ceo was charles garry. Betty and while this is an episode about dayton himself. I do find it interesting. That dayton has a bit of a history of founding companies getting them up and running and on the precipice of becoming truly huge and then he steps back and then he does it all over again with a new company and he reminds me of several other entrepreneurs who really excel in getting business ideas off the ground but then they prefer to step away to launch something else. That's new because that's the real strong suit. And the hand the reins over to a different leader in order to foster the company into its next phase. So that was Garry betty's role. When gary betty took over earthlink had around half a million subscribers it was still largely considered a regional. isp but under betty's leadership earthlink would expand dramatically and that would include scooping up other regional. Ps to extend its own reach and it would have more than five million customers by two thousand seven. P also. Oversaw earthlink transitioned from a private company into a publicly traded. One earthlink would hold. Its initial public offering in nineteen ninety-seven sadly two thousand seven. Gary betty would pass away at the age of forty nine after he developed cancer. And i'm sure we're going to cover more of gary betty's contributions in part two of this series but it's time to switch gears for just a second now i haven't really mentioned atlanta since the beginning of this episode and yet earthlink has its headquarters in atlanta today and the reason for that lies with.
"earthlink" Discussed on TechStuff
"To podcasts. That's c. o. N. t. kt world. Now as i mentioned when earthlink lodged in nineteen ninety four the internet was in a rapid growth period and stuff like transit fees and peerage was still shaking out dayton's determination to have an isp with good customer service proved to be a popular notion and his little company. Began to grow steadily in nineteen ninety-five earthlink and the newly formed netscape. Communications corporation signed a deal. That would really help out like earthlink. Netscape had launched in nineteen ninety-four. It had also introduced. The mosaic netscape browser which quickly became the dominant web browser on the market. Though we should also remember this was a very small market by today's standards subsequently the company would name the browser netscape navigator and it was a commercial web browser meaning customers would need to pay for it in order to install it on their machines or as was the case with earthlink at another company. Like an isp could purchase a license to offer the browser on either machines or installation software. That customers would then use so you could be a computer manufacturer and make this deal and oem in other words and then sell the computers to customers and it would already have netscape navigator on it or if you're earthlink you would offer up and installation cd that would include the netscape navigator browser to make it really easy to connect to the worldwide web and earthlink meanwhile on the infrastructure side earthlink made a really shrewd move rather than building out banks of telephones connected to various telephone company networks across the united states. Which would have been an administrative and maintenance nightmare oversee instead earthlink least capacity from existing networks and a lot of these were networks. That were stuff that wasn't handling your your standard phone conversation communications. They were instead networks. There were dedicated to stuff like verifying credit card transactions so earthlink would lease those lines to serve as connection points for the internet for their customers routing incoming calls from customers to available leased lines on these other companies and because of the lines actually belonged to another company..
"earthlink" Discussed on TechStuff
"And welcome to tech stuff. i'm your host. Jonathan strickland executive producer with iheartradio and above all things tech. And i thought today we could talk about eight tech company that has its headquarters in my hometown of atlanta georgia. Though that's not where our story will begin and it's a company that for the first few years of its existence made customers get cozy with the following. Sound the sound of a dial up modem making a connection with another modem and the company is earthlink which is very much an active company. Today though that might surprise some of you who might think that it had its heyday and then just faded into obscurity. Nope it's still here. I passed the building sometimes here in atlanta. So we're going to learn about the history of earthlink one. The company does and we're going to learn a bit about how the internet works and dial up modems as well because heck this is tech stuff also because recovering so much stuff. We're looking at a couple of episodes here. My favorite but the tell the story of earthlink will also have to dive into a lot of other stuff to to really understand. What's going on so we're going to have like. I said a refresher on how the internet works from a structural standpoint. The not gonna get into protocols or any of that but more of a high level. Look at how the internet works. And we're going understand. What internet service providers do and why they're in assessing for the vast majority of us and we'll also learn about a company that competed with earthlink early on and why that company is the reason that earthlink has its hq in atlanta. So this might take a couple of episodes to cover everything. But it's a great way to learn about the internet in general and the gradual shift to broadband methods of connecting to the internet. Now our story begins in the nineteen seventies. with a fellow named sky dylan dayton. I was going to make a sky. Is the limit joke here..
"earthlink" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast
"Me joe. Yeah i figure you're looking at. Yeah no andy. Richter another podcast. We were friends and we hung without benefits. Yeah even have a cell phone. No i only i had grads. I only Was there two days a week. Yeah this is pre cell phone Earthlink email miracle you two met without touching person so they're only a few thousand humans on the planet and you're related to most of them each other so here's our tribes. Yeah so you were friends. And then i asked her to go to. My sister's birthday party was first date. Classic move sheer laziness here. We are you guys dating out in the opener. Was it better back then. Who actually i was very like. I want to vote homepod on the conference room table which we never did because there and like we never i was very. I don't know. I just don't think anyone would have given cared looking at us. I remember so i remember. You did tell me that when you told andy. Richter was disappointed.
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"In Pleasanton. Thank you Kim. Hello Jim I Leo. How're you I'm great? How are you? I got something here? I wanted to find out what time it is in by Kava Belgian Congo. That is to smoke. That is a blast from data. That's something I had saved to my computer back when DOS was only at three letters exactly. Yeah I started doing this show in the early nineties with John C John was little. Add he get bored. So I I gave him some sound effects start collecting them and that was that big ended up being his favourite. I think our signature sound effect for the longtime couldn't figure out where it came from was from an old dennis. The menace episode. Dennis finds a shortwave radio. And that was that was what he heard on his short rate. I didn't know where it came from. Either but I used to manage a bunch of Sun workstations and servers and I learned how to transmit audio to the servers and these guys would be sitting there doing nothing. I'd play that for. You are funny man. It has a life of its own. Well it's so nice to talk to you that means you've been listening to me rattle on for well back. Then was new. Yeah practically thirty years Lee. Moly IT WAS. It was different. Wasn't it in those days? It was windows. Three one one windows for workgroups it was dos and then we had things like floppy disks. And you don't we didn't have. We really didn't have the Internet. That's what it was. That changed everything. It was where I worked. We had Cloud service in Sunday. You don't know where to go when there's a lot of fun anyway. I'm having trouble. I WANNA keep you here but My female. I manage A bunch of People retirees from where I used to work in around me around four hundred people now and then getting messages from US Jimmy L. Which is fine but now. I'm getting measured. Says there was a problem and delivering your message and Known as recipients server did not accept our request to connect now. I have a question for you on that. So there's two possibilities was it an actual email that you sent or your clients sent. I sent but it is one. You can see the email that you tried to send because one time that happens to a lot of people and you may have seen this also because spammers or notorious for using your email address never going to use their email address in the return. Sure so when they send out a million emails and your in your address is the return address. You'll get a certain number of bounce backs. That's that's just internet background noise. But but if it's an actual email that you tried sending have you actually sat down and tried resetting that email and watch it and see it come bouncing back and you're sure an extra actually? It'll it'll do that over a period of days because it will tell me trying. Yeah it'll keep trying and you're sure you have a proper email address right. It's an existing. Email address is is one particular host you're sending to well I'm sending to There's four of them that gives me trouble. One of them is earthlink link. The other one's mind spring was Netcom. And then there's another one people peach or something but it's no accident that all of those are really old. Isp's yard that's right. That's right there. Seems to be a commonality. All of that. And we retirees your all of your. Yeah all of your email addresses. G Mail is of course run by Google and his run very well by Google G. Mail adheres to all the modern standards. So I I don't know why mine Spring Mind Spring. Wow there's a blast from the past earthlink dot com. I don't know why they're refusing mail from G mail it. It probably means that those people aren't getting a lot of males since almost you know everybody uses g mail now and you know if the other way around I might understanding because g mail in order to reduce spam a good inbound emailer. We'll do a lot of things like reverse. Dns they'll do some authentication things like SPF and stuff and they may refuse mail from a server that doesn't identify properly. You know doesn't records or something like that. Yeah that sounds to me like earthlink. Netcom and mine. Spring are miskin figured in some strange. I've done this for years and all of a sudden on me. This started to happen. A May fifth for whatever reason it sounds to me like I would guess because again. Google is very modern inch. And it's probably that on May fifth. They flipped a switch for some new standard that mind spring net common and earthlink. Aren't currently adhering to GonNa have to do some research. I think he emailed. Who Do I email that? Earthlink man earthly. Yeah Yeah admitted it would probably do it. earthlink. Yeah it's something they're doing and you know what if it's happening to you? It's happening a lot so they'll likely fix it. I'M GONNA I'm a little research. Keep listening if you
"earthlink" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Probably got you know, somebody that they're rooting for which is how it goes to. So it'd be interesting to salad winds up. Do you have a theory on who will will be on the iron throne when it's all said and done. I I don't know. I think some kind of way Jon snow's going to wiggle his way in there. Even though he won't try. They'll just end up that way, it is kind of interesting. I haven't thought about it from that perspective. But I will send you mentioned contribute. Yeah. I mean, this is gonna sound really geeky, but the dedication from like the rocky in the unsullied in how really it is all about it's about, you know, serving their Queen. They're keying in an all cost. It doesn't matter. I mean, they sacrifice everything. No, I get it. But, you know, the white walkers were the bad dudes, man. I mean, if we were recruiting we would go north and and try to recruit someone. The night kings. What a edge rusher. Or is. He an outside linebacker, by the way. Excellent news item to lead your news. Or what would the Arne be if John snow eventually does die of rat poison? Nice. But I I I what else over there, sir. Okay. So we had Jerry Jones n Jason Garrett the last couple of days EarthLink Cowboys Rolodex. Yeah. Made some news Jerry did say that he's looking forward to walking up Dak long-term. Of course, the player working on it, Jane Slater and full network saying the Cowboys have offered Dacca contract waiting for counteroffer reports. Asides aren't that close to a deal? But the Cowboys are comfortable with Dak the Fort Worth star telegram Clarence hill saying that the Cowboys looked to be comfortable paying Dacca salary close to thirty million. When he gets that threading Scott worth thirty million a year. I will repeat what I say here. All the time. He is worth thirty million dollars a year because it's his turn. And it drives you nuts. Everything it is called the market. It is called get it done with your new quarterback. You're freshly drafted quarterback in his first contract. Get it done because I have the Cowboys fans enjoyed their playoff appearance last year. Vaccinate pay Dak thirty million. They're not seeing that again, you will you never know that you don't know that you have no idea how he's going to perform. But a you have to pay him that because that's what the market says you pay your quarterback right now. And if the league doesn't like it, that's what the collective bargaining agreement is for that's the way it goes unless you have TB twelve saying, I'll take less. God bless TB twelve you should be getting down on your knees. Every single night to thank Tom Brady for doing. What he does every night you in New England should get. Down on your hands, and knees and say thank you Tom Brady 'cause he deserves every penny more than any of these guys. Make in thirty million dollars a year period end of story to one names Tom Brady see how he looked over the weekend. He looks right. So I'm just saying to you at gal Dak is. But when he gets it he better get ready because some of the performances that where he's a little spotty because he's so young. And for good reason. It's not because he's bad. He's still he's still a pop so why pay them make a murder he 'cause it's time. It's not time. He still has years left on his rookie doesn't it's time to do it. It's time to do it. You're not gonna let him get to his last year deal without joy that one playoff appearance TJ. All right. Come on their NFL to jimmer saying Dwight free will get inducted into the culturing of honor November tenth number ninety three goes up in the rafters. Joe Thomas is joining NFL network part of their Thursday night Pretell telecast, and as well as combine through both. That's news to news to me too long time. Joe Tom hasn't been up there. Good. Good good. Joe Thomas on the NFL network. Good news. Some some bummer news from Green Bay. Ted Thompson, former GM announced on today's suffering from an auto Nommik disorder. Instead that health issue contributed him stepping down after the two thousand seventeen season..
"earthlink" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"To force you to look beyond the obvious to uncover ideas and opportunities you never before considered. So get out your notebook and be ready to uncover that game changing idea. Here is five minutes to new ideas. We tend to assume that any customer is a good customer. However, if you find that you're working like crazy have a solid reliable customer base. But you're still not making the profits. You expected then you need to ask the question who do I not want to use my product. Do you remember back when dial up internet services? I started to transition to the mainstream only back. Yes. In the early nineties companies like AOL copy serve the source EarthLink all began offering access to the web that was billed. Yes. By the minute. The more you used the more you paid logical. Right. These three companies essentially offer the same product on the same terms very quickly. The people who use the services they offered divided into two camps the majority logged on once or twice a day. They checked the Remillard. Read some sports that caught up a little gossip and then quickly logoff, however, small minority logged on for hours or even days at a time. These people quickly and ran up bills into the thousands. Now pop quiz is this a good thing or a bad thing for your business. These high volume users love your service, but paradoxically their passion for what you offer will almost inevitably forced them to stop or drive them into an unintelligible situation if they tried to continue so if you were running AOL CompuServe the source EarthLink, what would you have done? Continue the same pricing structure that strongly disfavored your most hearted users or figure out some way to continue improving profits without punishing the people who really really love what you do in. In other words, would you decide to keep or push out? These high us customers in the end AOL was the first take a radical step to address these questions in one thousand nine hundred ninety six they switched from a pay per minute system to a flat rate fee. Now, this was daring Dacians move because they risk seriously. Alienating low usage customers who were used to paying less than twenty dollars a month. On the flip side, they had to massively upgrade their infrastructure in order to accommodate the demand AOL was bombarded with complaints about busy signals and slow speed users joked at AOL stood for always off line for a short while look like they might have a poor decision that they should go back and rethink that. However, this new flat.
"earthlink" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"To uncover that game changing idea. Here is five minutes to new ideas. We tend to assume that any customer is a good customer. However, if you find that you're working like crazy have a solid reliable customer base. But you're still not making the profits. You expected then you need to ask the question who do I not want to use my product. Do you remember back when dial up internet services? I started to transition to the mainstream. All the way back in the early nineties companies like AOL CompuServe. The source EarthLink all began offering access to the web that was billed. Yes. By the minute. The more you used the more you paid logical. Right. These three companies essentially offer the same product on the same terms very quickly. The people who use the services they offered divided into two camps the majority logged on once or twice a day. They checked the remedial read some sports stats caught up a little gossip and then quickly logged off, however, a small minority logged on for hours or even days at a time. These people quick ran up bills into the thousands. Now pop quiz is this a good thing or a bad thing for your business. These high volume users love your service, but paradoxically their passion for what you offer will almost inevitably forced them to stop or drive them into an unintelligible situation if they try to continue. So if you running AOL CompuServe, the source EarthLink, what would you have done? Continue the same pricing structure that strongly disfavored. Your most Harvard users or figure out some way to continue improving profits without punishing the people who really really love what you do in. Another words, would you decide to keep or push out? These high us customers in the end AOL was the first to take a radical step to address these questions in one thousand nine hundred ninety six they switched from a pay per minute system to a flat rate fee. Now this was daring day move because they risk seriously. Alienating low usage customers who were used to paying less than twenty dollars a month. On the flip side, they had to massively upgrade their infrastructure in order to accommodate the demand. Hey, well was bombarded with complaints about busy signals and slow. Speed users joke that AOL stood for always off line for a short while look like they might have a poor decision that they should go back and rethink that. However, this new flat rate fee.
"earthlink" Discussed on The Vergecast
"But it came with both netscape in internet explorer and it came with a you know a setup that basically i believe it sign you it for earthlink account was dial by speed back then and it just put you on the internet in suddenly the internet was in your house and that was so powerful it was such an opening for jobs and apple to see this insatiable demand for connectivity in a basically sold an appliance that let you be connected that could also run appa works an office and all other suffering their shipping on it but without the web without that opening without that demand that insatiable hunger for the internet i'm not sure the i'm on the strength of its design or the think different campaign or usb connectivity i'm not sure it would have been a success and that that to me in this moment as you know facebook is a platform this having it struggles google runs search platform that is increasingly colonizing the internet with things campaigners and what have you apple obviously has an abstract and it's absent running like we see this sort of these walls coming up i look back twenty years ago the i mac was a product it was able to not only change the entire tech industry save apple it was able to bring people to open platform for connectivity that was not only the rescue company but provide a much better experience to people i actually agree with all that and particularly the salient points being too that you aren't just peep because i agree with them one is that if you have the kind of lagging minor minority platform that people are not building apps for and suddenly the web comes along and the web is platform is device client agnostic essentially as long as you have you know you have a browser that works on the on the thing.
"earthlink" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Snowden reminds me of crosswalk phobia white distracted we have this segment coming up brand new this is interesting next we started calling the i like ice skating in the olympics after that all right not only have to do here we just keep playing i don't turn to go okay why aren't they talking about obamacare from here from some news from kenya oh by the way later on in the show you have to remind me because you were gone and it was during the podcast yesterday we came up with a new character i love jared obama modo sosocial it's absolutely fantastic but one thing in a time first things first this is interesting all right all right so the instructors actual segment will not be nearly as good as the intro there's later now so actually i you know what i find this interesting because i don't know if you've been noticing lately i soon everybody's on gm i know you're a mind spring lady earthlink seep so futuristic link up the entire didn't really work out so i find if you the the mobile version of g mail for the last few months in your email some email you something jared we'll email is do you want me to do this blah blah blah blah blah and it gives you three possible oh yeah sounds good.
"earthlink" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show
"Do bad things but that you have to think about it the way they do you have to come out at through there is now the there was one one scene that i still think of is the perfect pitch to the the carousel i'm sure cares oh does that bring back memories yes sure it comes up a lot yeah because i think the setup was so perfect and then the execution was just you know artistic you know just perfect i keep thinking about that when i talked to people about when they present their products how that works yeah well it was it was fun that you know the the nice thing on the show it was is that when you're you know scripting these things the clients do exactly what you tell them to you know so we wanted to they always they they buy your best work in oh and you can you kind of start with the emotional moment you want to achieve in the meeting and work backwards and that one the first season matt asked he said i i want to wrap up in the last episode how i want to let the audience know how don is feeling about his marriage his business and his brother's suicide so what product would have you know and you know there was a doritos it wasn't but the the thing that it it really came from and the reason that we suggested doing a a camera or a slide projector or something like that is because i think in in nine hundred ninety eight i was asked to pitch earthlink which was you know a a dial or with the dial up isp at the time and it was really a tough assignment because you know the internet was pretty new at the time and aol was the the grill in the living room and and i didn't know that much about it and doing the research the thing that you found about these services is that essentially they had a different benefit for every person that dialed in you know there was no one benefit too.
"earthlink" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Now of course they're usually like color enhanced enhanced in some way but real photos taken by this probe look like illustrations they often they just don't look like a picture that somebody took with a real camera but they are with of course some enhancements i don't know i i love that i love it when reality can't pass for real because the thing that you're photographing is so utterly unreal yeah t to our earthlink conceptions and everything that we have evolved view here on this world yeah and of course another part of the cassini mission was the the hogan's probe which went down landed on titan in two thousand five after cassini reached saturn in two thousand four and that also sent back some amazing imagery and made some fascinating discoveries that we will talk about in a bit when it's time to speak of titan so now it's time to take a quick break but when we come back we will be spiraling in toward saturn beginning with the out the most moons and working our way in from how stuff works in the grammy museum this is required listening here from the biggest musical artists on the planet every week give it up for imagine dragging i've noticed that sort of a common theme that i've sort of learned and i finally getting it limitations are actually really good limitation foundries boundaries are amazing without any boundaries like like the beatles recorded most of their stuff on a two track or four track two tracks tape together right and the things that are able to do with that or amazing because they had these days you basically have an unlimited amount of layers you can put on a song but back in the day that was not trubisky record one thing and then another thing they have to balance that to something and then you court something else so it was very limiting but like in that limitation there was freedom and there was creativity.
"earthlink" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"If people would just stop walking in the middle of the road make light of this big no the tragedy tragedy it is a human tragedy but just hearkening back to what you said earlier about the uk in the united states being in a game of hold my beer i will comment that ashley vance who wrote the book on elon musk tweeted on march nineteenth this hold my beer game that facebook an uber or playing next level ashley's been great his twitter food has been very high in the less travis kalmyk going wow i dodged that bullet he's got a new business they rehab real estate he's the ceo of a company formerly called cloud kitchens of course travis has a little bit of money from the auber thing and so he has sunk one hundred fifty million dollars into it and buys at all the other investors and i think he's renaming it to city storage systems which is not nearly as impressive as cloud kitchens but they they focus on i don't even know what this means repurposing distressed real estate assets like parking lots or bannon strip malls and turning them as bases suited for new industries such as food delivery online retail property company you know it's just stuff yeah cash around put in potatoes who was the safe best i guess glamorous he's decided it'd be could not to be so glamorous yeah maybe it's you know who else is involved sky dayton there's a name we haven't heard wild remember mr earthlink was the scientologist who founded in random earthlink for a long time i guess he's got he's is an investor now he's the co founder.
"earthlink" Discussed on Who Charted
"It is the movie ever say where he came from the cdc earthlink here's here's from earth than he is some kind of god like an like some kind of fish god who from ancient times now here's the thing guilma del toro who directed i was i was a beautiful thank you grotz grassi a try to say grazia ingrasciotta at the same time why don't we have a universal thank you thank you right all right that's good he directed the hell boy movies right which also feature a fisherman get what this is a different man and i thought it was the same guy i thought this was like a prequel to the hell boy move while just a different fish man a whole different yeah nasa and the fish man in the hell boy movies is named abe abe see quian is his name right and here's the thing that i connected when this fishman movie came out let us mcp our sardar assured for abraham abraham sia and i'm assuming and know i haven't talked to him i will not looking too i thought there's a there's a old there's a old an old marx brothers movies one of their older what's new you know where there are a good thing it's all on digital video i hate the iea there later movies salvi eighty four movies there is a scene where a chico and harpole run into this guy he's like snooty some snow the official type guy square that then they he's a he's a total square and a black and white squared the worst kind so days do chico at one point says wait i recognize you you're ab the fishermen used to sell fish at whatever and then they start he starts running around chanting he's a be the fish man he's adb the fish man now i thought that's gotta be intentional when you name your fish man abe it must be a reference to a be the fish man absolutely and that's not the case i dunno i haven't talked to mike minneola created hell boy oh and abc's serbian but if he's listening mercury listening did you to the remarks bruins let us know reich hit us up on twitter.