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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

06:01 min | Last week

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"So I. Think we've pretty well established that people parenting. The DNC was hacked by the Russians. Talking Point don't know what they're talking about could have been, but they don't have any evidence could have been a lot of things could have been space aliens do but I'd like to see evidence before we say stupid things like that on the show we don't because we do actual evidence here. So who is this Guy Shawn Henry who was running this crowd strike investigation into the hack they can't prove happen by the Russians at the DNC. Well, let's check that out because it's in this excellent piece by Aaron Matei crowd strike person in. Shawn Henry. What are the chances? This guy? Has a relationship with Bob Muller. Into this hack thing and what are the chances? Well, we'll see. Henry who led the team that remediated the DNC breach and blamed Russia for the hacking. He previously served as assistant director at the FBI and the Robert Muller. No way you also works as an analyst at MS DNC. The cable network that promoted the trump Russia in. UNCO. It's this is just crazy talk crazy pills. So. The same guy who was a Bob Muller confidant and assistant director in his FBI. Bob Muller the same guy who ran with this fake collusion hoax conspiracy theory that the Russians hacked the DNC gave the information of trump. The same guy who did the investigation was one of Muller's main guys they were like this thick as thieves just really crazy how this god Bob Muller and all his tenants have their tentacles, anti Weisman Kathy rumour and everything it all this stuff. It's just really crazy are no one in the media outside of Erin. Monte seems to have any interest in this at all and isn't even asking basic questions like, Hey, maybe there's a conflict of interest here that the FBI that made up the collusion hoax. Collusion Oaks investigated by Bob Muller former head of the FBI. That same guy who made the collusion hoax up at crowd strike used to work in the FBI and four Muller. Is Anybody. Could do any entrepreneurial journalism outside of Erin Mateo here. Who again is not a conservative by any stretch? I'm just asking. Is That not interesting to you. How every single fabricated connection between a member of the trump family and some six times remove guy who had a shot a Russian vodka seventeen years ago is a national conspiracy worthy of impeachment and yet you have ties standing right in front of you between people who made up this whole hoax and you're not asking basic questions. Stunning. Let's wrap this up again in reverse order with the whole core of the piece, which is shockingly Nancy Pelosi's family has financial ties to crowd strike too weird. Back Aaron Matisse's piece. So four screen shot her which I said I never do and do all the time. Quote with the next presidential election. Now, in its final weeks, the Democrats national leader Nancy Pelosi, and her husband Paul Pelosi. Are endorsing the publicly traded firm crowd strike in a different way. Recent financial disclosure filing show the couple has invested up to one million dollars in crowd I call this. She sheds a lot of narrow the purchase. Pelosi's purchase the stock at a share price at one twenty, nine September third. The price has since risen above excuse me one, hundred, forty dollars. Sorry my throat's. Still ricochets. Me Folks, I know that I don't mean to clear my throat in the air but still recovering a little bit from last week. A million dollars? AGAIN DONALD TRUMP? WHO has asset? Managers managing is assets. Has Minor financial stakes in a bunch of companies some so minor they're not even it's laughably small. One hundred dollars, thousand ten, thousand dollars which when you're a billionaire. That's the subject of a member policy sixty minutes lesser. The ridiculous you watch sixty minutes their utter absurdity last night on the Lenin Project and the. that the regeneration monoclonal antibodies like Donald Trump. Who was believes he was assisted by the antibodies and his infection with corona vars. Donald Trump has some kind of financial investment in regeneration that that was all over sixty minutes with an implication of of impropriety yet Nancy Pelosi was a million dollars invested in the company that was knee deep the fabricated collusion hoax and was being run by a guy who was a Bob Muller Lieutenant none of that none of that has any interest to the sixty minutes crew at all or anyone else. Gosh, we're living in peak. Stupid. You understand that we are living in absolute peak. Stupid. I want to get to some other. Interesting stuff I wrote about in the book, but it's relevant again today because of all the Durham stuff coming out. And they just want to do this segment again in the Obama fixture because it's important again because he's ties aren't of any interest at all in the media's well, you've probably outside of this show never even heard about Obama's Livia Pope. Olivia Pope from that show scandal. Plagued by Kerry Washington. She plays the fixer for this president she's also involved with Romantically. She comes in and fixes political problems for people while Obama had a fixer to. If you don't watch this show, often you probably don't know who that fixer is. But she was knee deep in everything. Obama knew all of this. Get to my final sponsor I wanNA rock and roll with this because this is gonNA blow your mind to and again this is the portion of my new book follow the money that's really been Bacon? People's BAGELS. Not Making that up.

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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:08 min | 2 months ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"There's also stacey dot com slash connect, right Connected enacted can't eventually the events tab on my site will lead to our events not just random IOT events since they're fewer random IOT events happening there certainly are. Carson's. Order is now back up. Here's the new listing. Owe. Much prettier. Much prettier. Could that much prettier that's the complete set you get everything? So that's a that's a good deal brand new unused, unopened, undamaged, original packaging in black. That's a good limit, th birthday present karston. it's a little bit of a markup. I. Will Check in again in six days and twenty four hours to see if I could snipe it. Frau Frau's Frau Zee on ebay look for the analog pocket black ant PRUITT is those hands on photography hands on wellness. He comes here every Wednesday. He is the best watch them cook on Friday four PM Pacific Seven PM Eastern for our. Kitchen employs a kitchen in place shelter kilter in kitchen shelter and kitchen. Thank you for being here. We appreciate it. Of course, the King of the our. Jeff. Jarvis he is a director of the Town Nights Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism. City University of New York angry about many things his Co. vid twitter list is a must follow billy slash Kovic twitter. Thou with how many do I have. quick, check Cova. Eight point thirteen point three thousand Paul Wow I have it as as you might see a column. On My tweet Dick so it's whenever I opened tweet. Away I re twitter now is I have that in that middle call now, that's all of your stuff. Very nice to have that. It's a really good idea. Thank you, Jeff. Thank you, Stacey. Thank you and thank you. We do twig..

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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Living. TYPO meter exactly right? He's a hand model. Plays Chess? Jeff Jarvis is this is the history of tight? In a foldable ruler for some reason. This. That's really weird Geeky. knows. If you ever get to go to the town center for Entrepreneurial Journalism Stacey at the Craig newmark graduate school up at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism. In the lobby, they have the best manual typewriter collection ever. It's awesome. Do we do in fact? Yes, we do. Yes. Favorite. One is a typewriter called the being. I. See you have a machine that goes. Leonard tap professor for Journalistic Innovation Ladies Gentlemen Craig. Graduate School of journalism at the city. University of New York Mr Jeffrey Jarvis. Being here. We appreciate you putting up with us for God half two and a half hours. Back as aimed at Stacey. We'll come back and do it again next week. What are you say all right? bye-bye! Hi, I'm Jason Howell. Host of all about Android, each week I'm joined by my co hosts Ron, Richards and Florence Ion as well as a whole rotating cast of guests, journalists in the android space, experts, developers, and even people working on android behind the scenes at Google. We talk about everything that has to do with Android, and you don't WanNa. Miss a single episode, so you know what's going on behind the scenes. That's twit. Dot TV slash AA. Make sure you subscribe. See. Don't miss an episode..

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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

08:35 min | 4 months ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"We cover the latest from the Google verse, which is, we don't know we don't know. We do whatever we what he will. Whatever we bloody well pleased, and that's probably because of this guy who's always done exactly what he bloody well pleases. That's Jeff Jarvis the president. has made you the president of the town center. You're the director of the town. I'd Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at that Craig. newmark Graduate School of. New, York. New Ma? How'RE YOU DOING JEFF? The well I big big news big news. Resent the hair because I I got a haircut. How'd you do that? Interests I went to. We're open officially I went asks. Felt Okay Yeah I got my haircut to but I. Did do it on my back. I I like being outside. And Masks and there you go here and got a haircut to look at them and proof. No that's not stacey. Higginbotham Stacey changed. She shared her. Aunt Pruitt of Tech News weekly? You Gotta fix that lower third there Mr G. Rochman. and. Come Home Brockman. Stacey has taking the day off. She's not feeling well, but we are really glad that could be here. Yes, actually. We kind of were planning to having you here anyway, I think so. We, just glad to be here. Just through one of the Monitor's off the set, and that's all it's very. Easy thing to either now normally we talk about facebook. We talk about Google twitter. We kind of talk about eight or net and policy issues journalism. That kind of thing do necessarily last time I was on. We Talk Google the last time I was. Skeptical Chemical Grief for not always doing well, or all Google, but this show is really about. The world. In Right? It's not Larry Page island here. This is everything. All were. So. If. We were on Larry Page island. We wouldn't be talking about apple in any way, but do you, did you? Are you at all inter? It's funny because windows weekly ended up being half bad apple. Apple made. The most significant announcement. It's made in years on Monday as worldwide developer conference. They announced that they were going to abandon Intel chips. And over the next two years transition to chips, they make themselves out. They call it apple silicon. and. It's it's a big deal in the tech world I. Don't know if it's a really a big deal in this space that we cover. But it is going to change. I think I. Think Potentially. Here's here's here's why I think it's a big deal. In two thousand seven apple announced the IPHONE. A lot of people laughed Steve Bomber Microsoft famously said that never sell of course, surprised a lot of people. And I think the iphone completely changed the face of technology, and this to me seems like the second act of that transition, so the iphone began the transition to mobile. A space where Intel could not play, they tried. But no phone runs on Intel microprocessors maybe until radios in there, but only because. Apple was mad at Qualcomm until really missed the mobile revolution. and. I think this is the continue. This is the next step we're. Apple says you know. Are we might as well build on this very successful base of iphone and IPAD that we've got and make an transition our hardware. Everything in our hardware to apple. Just let's make everything. There's a certain benefit to that, but it's also a monoculture. It's always risky and computing. monoculture might be risky I think it's less risky right now than it's ever been because, and and this is what we were talking about a windows weekly from Microsoft's point of view. It doesn't really matter because ever. Since their new CEO, such and Adela took over five years ago. He's been saying it's not about the processor or the computer using. It's all about the cloud. Services Yeah. That's why chromebooks could work exactly right. Google understands that Google has a cloud first company. Microsoft. Is Becoming a cloud first company right? Is there any? Development in chips cut. Wait out there I remember even even Western on the show was the whatever the new version of the eight hundred eighty eight is out. Obviously, it's not but. We're talking about about new chips and things and say Oh, look at. It's new and having for a long time. Is there anything that's kind of we're waiting for? We're in an interesting time because. I don't in the first four years of personal computing that was very exciting and innovative, and there were lots of innovation. Really settled down. It's like saying there another google waiting in the wings. Is there another facebook waiting in the wings is. There are. Liquor. I think if they are I. Don't know if I see it happening within the next five years. Anything like that is just so much of a foothold the existing companies right now, and it's even worse it with microprocessors because. You have to create a platform that people develop on for you to succeed so. It's hard to say well. I got a platform. I got Larry's platform. What do you think? It's like no. You GotTa Pass. Has Already you know? And so that for a long time that was windows and Mac by the way never got anywhere. It never got to double digit. Market share ever. Mack. Windows always ninety percent or more market, share but that's but what's, but that's rugs pulled from under them, because it doesn't matter anymore because there's a billion iphones out there all of a sudden. So those navy percents Oh, yeah, always advocate days. No still has links. Because one or two percent, apple is four or five percent. Rome what? chromos less Matt. Even windows is winter more than two billion people using Microsoft Windows right now. I haven't used Microsoft products in years. Not because I'm trying not to. Well the really that's part of the point is you don't need to know one needs. And the transition I think we're seeing is these days of operating system Moore's don't make a Lotta sense anymore than browser wars make any sense your I do think there are. There are step changes out there I mean I've been. I've been fond of saying that. The Internet has made for speaking and it's not yet made for listening. And I think I. Think all the hoo-ha you screaming on facebook. Is Mock snakes is. Meaningless frankly but I do think that there is a step change. Wait in social. I think that there are step changes waiting. Especially in Kobe era in how we connect with each other new ways addict, there are step changes in product search, and who wins that, and that's not fully Amazon is isn't the be all end all there. They are in the in the infrastructure, but they're not necessarily. The search committee things to come well. Well let's let's look at that point about social about someone else stepped in. Several people have tried within the last five five years probably within the last five ten years in have failed clearly failed. What's the difference? What is this each sauce? That's going to put them over. The current. Social leaders right now, twitter and facebook. It says three question. I think that the problem is all of those places tried to replicate facebook, and so they all fight last the last war. Like. Want, but that's the thing clear. Way facebook you know I don't think it goes away we we have seen instagram Tiktok we have seen that as a as a big step change. LITTLE BABIES NAP. Okay Yeah I'll just say. Place. De..

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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Jeff Jarvis on the twitter in a medium and at BUZZMACHINE DOT com. He is of course a highly esteemed holder of the town. I chair for entrepreneurial. Journalism at the Town Nights Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at the Craig Newmark School for Graduate Journalism. Had where there is a City University of New York. Thank you stacey. Higginbotham always a pleasure Giga Stacey on the twitter and of course Stacey on IOT DOT COM. Our website subscribed to a free newsletter and follow them For the IOT podcast. I'm excited I'M GONNA listen. It's really Christina. It's GonNa be break Next time this week on the Iot podcast you can get all that Stacey. It DOT com. Watch there's still there's still fighting for so the if you are watching what we're seeing here is a bunch of stunt people punching the camera and then the next stunt man takes over as if he got punched and then response what. He's got to clean his hands first important and then responds back. Dyestuffs is actually really really cute. Video Thank you everybody. We do this week. In Google. Every Wednesday ran one thirty Pacific four thirty eastern twenty thirty. Ut See you can watch us to live at twitter dot TV slash. There's also audio there If you want on demand shows go go to the Go to the website twitch dot TV. All of our shows are there on twitter dot. Tv This show is dot TV slash..

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

03:59 min | 6 months ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Busiest webpage of all times also probably from two thousand five they call it the evil Craig's list. It's never changed. It's never changed. In fact I think we interviewed Ling. Didn't show my daughter that so she can understand. How much of the web is improved us? I remember Interviewing Lincoln. She was wearing seem to remember an orange life vest and helmet for no apparent reason. Ladies and Gentlemen Carson's passed out. I think it's time to say goodbye to all the family. No I guess not. I'm still here. I'm still here. Get rid of me. You said his name three times and he thank you Carson Carson Bonnie producer producing from home as he has been during this crisis as all our and thank you all of you for Staying in loops working hard. Even though you don't have to thank you to see Karston Karston here. I'll wait back now. Say`seeing about them is The Queen of IOT DOT COM. That's where you can subscribe to a free newsletter. And don't forget the IOT podcast. She does with Kevin toefl also linked there at Giga Stacey on the twitter. Thank you stacey be. Well stay safe. We'll see L. D.C and Stacey sent me an email in which she said Ooh Ooh and I just hear your voice. Oh you can make sour dough bread in the thermo mix. Ooh and did you try it. No because when I looked at the recipe the thermo makes did this much and you still had to do all the other stuff so it really didn't if it baked it in the thermo then I'd be interested but no you still have to bake it in the oven to auto lease and other rise and all that stuff and I do that already with my kitchen aid. It's a little old fashioned but it it. It does the job. I have a doe Hook and all of that so I'm kind of done with sour dough. I'm one of the. I'm one of the sour dough enough with us. Our guys sourdough soured on Sourdot Jeff Jarvis. He's a professor at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York. He's the director of the town center of Entrepreneurial Journalism Cuny Cuny and our our kids going to graduate. What are you GonNa do for graduation? Did Class I just wrote a post about how I did. I did my class online posts. Seniors pictures of seniors is that is that related to the fact that somehow giving tribute to seniors. I don't don't get to walk so if I were bad so college feel bad. I know some people were very upset about not being able to another GONNA to graduate. But they're not gonNA be able to walk and they're not gonNA be able to go to prom. They're not going to be able to do like I mean well. Some of them did spring break trips. But like it's a big deal just remember. You're doing it for your elders. People like me and Jeff by mother still was dying day was mad at me. I didn't go my college graduation. I walked out of my. You walked out of it. Yeah it was so long boring as mad because I mean stacy citations and you didn't get a mention. I didn't mention my honor status. I was like so island. Ducked out right. Hey parents I showed up behind them and they're like what. How what are you doing? Let's go eat. Oh that's cute. I just redone not yet. Sorry Yeah we're done okay. I gotta go go. Thank you everybody..

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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

03:42 min | 7 months ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"That's not lighter. If they didn't well let me see what the If I go to the tech specs I wonder if they if they are a little more than I looked at this morning. He and I spent a lot of time Xbox used time of flight is well. Yes and that's the company by the way apple bought the Israeli company that created the xbox. I'm sense yeah Prime Sense. And they're in Israel company and That they're the ones who created the connect time AF- whatever flight sensor for Microsoft. And in fact that was kind of a part of the problem with the connect is the company that made it ended up going to work for Apple. So that's you're right. It's probably the same thing as in the connect. Well I imagine. It's a much door version. I'm just looking at the specs. Well good news. You're GONNA see many more of these New York Times musical dancing flowers in your ipad. Because I think there'll be a lot more augmented reality gone through the IPAD. So really isn't part of the change log. I thought it was a fun conversation. We got nowhere to go. We got no hurry. I making meatballs tonight. I don't know about you guys. Actually Google maps is also making live. You augmented reality navigation. More prominent I I. Oh have you use it because I like the idea of what? Walk the idea because I never know whether I especially Manhattan. I come out the door at the town center for Entrepreneurial Journalism and I don't know whether I should turn left to go to Broadway or right. I hold this thing up says Oh yeah I see the building across the street? Go go right. Then you've got cost used it last time in Milan when I was there a long time ago before the disease And then you're doing this. It's the dumb thing you do on the street because you're having to move back and forth four to recognize the buildings again win loses sight exactly and but when it works for the for the ten steps that works spectacular spectacular but then it gets confused again and you're standing there in the middle. That's not good so you guys never walk anywhere so you don't have to use well but in. New York is where is exactly where I wanted. I get lost. Yeah yeah so in the new Beta Google maps. They'll live you button. Appears the minute you search for an application good? I really wanted to work because trying to maps on foot is awful yeah Speaking of misleading fake news google updates. Its discover fee to let you. Flag misleading articles. That's a good thing. Find myself often deleting sources from the Google suggestions for some reason they like to give me crappy stuff. It's such a weird thing. Yeah Algorithm is the problem with Algorithms. I know when I ever looked now. I get absolutely ev. There's this there's a huge series of of things written about frequent flyer right. I am anymore. Yeah the point that guy stuff. Yeah Yeah points guys so I get I get everyone of those can't get this. I must have searched for sour dough because for some reason almost every day I got an article about sour dough. Breyer's news soured. Oh yes actually. There was an article in the Washington Post. Today I went to bread camp to take my sour dough loaves to the next level. Here's what I learned. You know what the our library.

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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Stacey on Iot Dot Com. Hello Stacy dance. That was like that. So you got you got the head you can. You can do the head thing with the neck and head think differently. Yeah yeah that was a like an Egyptian nice a bobblehead stay ahead Higginbotham. Jeff Jarvis. Here here he's also our one of our regular heads. He is doing blogs machine. Dot Com and of course teaches journalism journalism to a bunch of very lucky kids at the town nights center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at the City University of New York. Also in studio with me as always add pruitt from our very own. What's your shirt? Say apparently it says like I'm listening. You pick these Intentionally or is it just whatever's in the top of the laundry basket usually whatever's clean. Whatever whatever's going to keep me warm? Yeah it's good though. It's like an editorial comment on the show pretty much it's okay. It's it's a sub tweet. As a t-shirt sub sub tweeting. It's on this show. I learned with sub. tweeting is Google's year in searches. That okay we got two things. We've got Google's Youtube rewind. We've got the better this year. It was Rama's it's better. It's not better it's worse you can't make anybody happy. This isn't as it's cheesy. Yeah this time. It's it's not so normally. What the rewind is is a chance I think to kiss up to the to the big name creators and keep them happy? I'm happy so they tell a story and they have cameos from all the big name creators. He last year's was the.

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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

"County's center for entrepreneurial journalism. What's bad for democracy? I'm coming to see is this debate because I think that the distortion and fear that is leading to moral panic is leading to a reallocating of our resources in society. Facebook is hiring twenty thousand people to try to get rid of junk on its platform, and we'd say, good to that. But for the sake of comparison, not a great comparison in the mid America. There are fewer than thirty thousand journalists working for newspapers. What does that say about our allocation of resources in a society? So the problem I have here in great measure is with the disturb you. When I look at my Facebook feet, high find generally good things. I don't find Nazis. I don't find Russians. I find good reason to be there saying with my Twitter feed are there bozos and trolls and Russians there. Yes. But. The number is small, and I expect to see evidence journalistic evidence scientific evidence of how bad this is before we proceed, I am, as you can hear and optimist that puts, Emily and me in a bad position tonight, because to stop Lia cells, I know because Frank's book is selling far better than my last optimistic book and because it appeals to a fear at a fear that is very rational. And I get that, and I'm not making fun of them for this. We have many reasons to fear in this society right now but they are not the fault of social media. Indeed. I believe firmly that social media is what enables new voices to be heard into democracy and to fix that. So please prove me wrong about my pessimism and vote for our future. Thank you. Thank you. Service. Once again, the motion social media is good for democracy here to make his closing statement against the motion Franklin four staff writer at the Atlantic counter to our opponents. I'd like to thank you for participating in this glorious display of democracy, which is somehow managed to withstand the age social media, we've had fifteen years of social media, how has democracy fared in that era was, we've, we've given you so much evidence twelve years of declining fifth freedom, the number of democracies in the world since Facebook was invented have shrunk by twenty five the prestige of democracy. Plummets each year, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit. Maybe we can afford to wait for more glorious future to arrive, but there are a lot of people who are suffering now who can't afford to wait authoritarians love this medium Putin has exploited it to death. Breath. The Chinese are using it as a method for remaking their society. Or well, just didn't have enough imagination to grasp what this could do, but I want you to use your agency as they suggest. There are tech executives here who are watching this debate, and you can tell them, you can send a message to them tonight that for the sake of our democracy. They need to do better. Thank you. Thank you. Franklin floor, concludes Brown. Three and are closing statements and this intelligence squared US debate. And now it's time to learn which side, you feel has argued the best. I have the final results once again, our resolution social media is good for democracy. The way we determine victory is the difference between the first and the second votes in the first vote on the resolution social media is good for democracy. Thirty six percent of you agreed with that forty six percent were against an eighteen percent were undecided. Let's look at the second vote the team monitoring for the motion social media is good for democracy there. I foot was thirty six percent their second vote thirty four percent. They lost two percent. Which points the team against the motion. Their first vote was forty six percent their second vote sixty three percent. They pulled up seventeen percentage points on the against side. That means the team arguing against the motion social media is good for democracy. Our winters here in Aspen, by our audience. I'm John donvan? Thanks very much. We'll see you next time. Thanks for tuning into this episode of intelligence squared US to keep up with the latest from our debates subscribe to our announcements by visiting I q to US dot org. That's IQ the number two US dot org..

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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Journalism at the City University of New York and the director of the toe night center for entrepreneurial journalism at the Craig Newmark graduate school of journalism at the City University of New York, I feel like I should be better reading faster who. All right. I so what you see. I want to tell you where I am creditors. Stacey. Okay. Also joining us. Of course, Stacey Higginbotham creator of the IOT podcast and awesome person of this week in Google Stacey. I am. Well, thank you. Great to have you here. So I here we have a special special guest only Rochester. I land this morning. It's frigging snowing, of course, it's Rochester. And so I'm in the hotel. And of course, the WI fi is awful because it's a hotel. So I go walking down the street. And what do I see his lovely co working space called metro co work right here in downtown Rochester conference room to very long calls like come out for brief. And I see someone who says are you Jeff? So here's a fan. We're going to hand off the head said Hello, welcome to this week in Google. How are you? What's your name is stimulus? Dave Justice for engineer out here in Rochester. Don't sell yourself. Short justice. Shaath wear engineer. Your your are kind of people. It's great. It's great to meet you. Nice. I'm sure you may Jeff made his day by recognizing him. He lives for moments like that. Yes. Yes. I'm singing. My people. Out now. The heads really nice to meet you. And i'm. He can download and keep that for in his safekeeping. It really is. It's kind of great. I've done it in in eunuch in fifty in all kinds of places of walking down the street. I was having to use. Stacey jason. But spills, are you? Paul. We do the Leo handshake and is pretty wonderful. So I just hear Rochester open the door. Twig. It's pretty cool. Does it ever take? You by surprise, though, when that happens because you're like God in that mindset. And you're like, oh, I got to get into that mindset walking up a street. Pay somebody or they do. Nice. I can say it doesn't happen to me very often to to answer your comment from a few minutes. Yeah. So it happened to me once and I was at a Google event. And the person line turned around was like Stacey Stacey Higginbotham for twig. And I was like Lou..

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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

"County's center for entrepreneurial journalism, what's bad for democracy. I'm coming to see is this debate because I think that the distorted and the fear that is leading to moral panic is leading to reallocate of our resources in society. Facebook is hiring twenty thousand people to try to get rid of junk on its platform, and we'd say good to that. But for the sake of comparison, it's not a great comparison in America. There are fewer than thirty thousand journalists working for newspapers. What does that say about our allocation of resources in a society? So the problem I have here in great measure is with the disturb you when I look at my Facebook feed, I find generally good things. I don't find Nazis. I don't find Russians. I find good reason to be there. Same with Twitter feed. Are there bozos and trolls and Russians there? Yes. But the number. Is small, and I expect to see evidence journalistic evidence, scientific evidence of how bad this is before we proceed. I am as you can hear and optimist that puts Emily in me in a bad position night because to stop Lia cells. I know because Frank's book is selling far better than my last mystic book, and because it appeals to fear and fear that is very rational and I get that and I'm not making fun of them for this. We have many reasons to fear in this society right now, but they are not the fault of social media. Indeed, I believe firmly that social media is what enables new voices to be heard in a democracy and affixed that. So please prove me wrong about my pessimism and vote for our future. Thank you. Thank you. Once again, the motion social media is good for democracy here to make his closing statement against the motion, Franklin, four staff writer at the Atlantic. Counter to our opponents. I'd like to thank you for participating in this quarry display of democracy, which is somehow managed to withstand the age social media. We've had fifteen years of social media. How has democracy fared in that era? Was we've given you so much evidence, twelve years of declining fifth freedom. The number of democracies in the world since Facebook was invented, have shrunk by twenty five, the prestige of democracy plummets each year courting to the Economist Intelligence Unit. Maybe we can afford to wait for more glorious future to arrive. But there are a lot of people who are suffering now who can't afford to wait a thorn -tarian love this medium Putin has exploited it to death. The Chinese are using it as a method for for remaking their society or well, just didn't have enough imagination..

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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on The Good Fight

The Good Fight

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on The Good Fight

"Now on a more optimistic note that's been a lot of commiseration about social media and internet and the fretted poses to democracy i'm quite concerned about some of the things it does myself so i fought it would be actually interesting to bring a techno optimist onto this show said today we have jeff jarvis he is a professor at vitrine school of journalism director of town i'd center for an entrepreneurial journalism there and the author of many books that defend the parts of tech and show what kind of promise it might have including geeks bearing gifts imagine new futures for news and what would google do welcome to the podcast thank you so much so one of the things that i find striking about how we think about the internet and social media is just the hundred eighty degree ton we've done in the last few years right so four or five years ago but stunned mode and this seems told on ago now but four or five years ago stunned mode was still to great optimism about how the internet so familiar would connect people around the world how would actually empower democratic movements how old might topple dictatorships and now with sort of in executive office cloud right it's obvious that the internet and social media is a huge danger to democracy that it is most the tool for time powers like russia and so on so i would have loved to do with oakland's ation est to take this optimism which you had four or five years ago i met reflect together about how much of that still stands doesn't so if you sort of tried to rewind your mind to five years ago what would it be in your case for why is but vinton social media can be positive faucets and i remain up as you said in your book there is the technical optimus period and then there's the revenge of the techno pessimists and that's where we are now and so i still try to remind people of the optimism the internet is still filled with opportunities of possibilities we don't know what the fuck it is yet we have no idea what the internet is yet is too soon i constantly in obnoxiously take people to the timeline of gutenberg where movable type was invented in about fourteen fifty and the first person didn't think to invent a newspaper sixteen o five in that time line worry about the year fourteen seventy four are luther isn't born yet right are reclamation has not begun we don't know what the internet is yet so it's too soon to define it enough limited and thus regulated so the problem is great measure i think we went let me jump right into bed last word so i agree with you that we don't yet know what it is we don't know how it's going to evolve and we think what how different the intent was five years ago from what it is today we tend to have an assumption that's hold be facebook and twitter the next fifty years the vets unlikely actually exactly but it's not clear to me that the location of that is that we should regulate i'll get back to your main question to hear vocalism but let's stay on that for one second then let's look at the history of regulation we have so far and the track record in europe particularly the licensure correct in germany the ancillary copyright which became the link tax in spain which is becoming a new copyright law in the eu is horribly dangerous i think to free speech house up well google news pulled out of spain as a result newspapers are hurt i think that this is an effort by owned threaten institutions to use their political capital to try to disadvantage the newcomers but it's not really what do these who is actually doing what was what the new copyright law would essence require oversimplifying here but necessary potential require those who linked to and quote content to get permission for and pay for that privilege was sending people to you also require you to check absolutely everything somebody puts on your site to make sure it doesn't violate copyright or you're liable what that means is attempting down of conversation so you have that you have the right to be forgotten which is a court decision i would think europe of all places would be very cautious about the idea of rewriting racing history which is what's occurring there you have the gdp our privacy regulations privacy is important privacy is necessary but we've already seen that.

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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"You can have album art of your favorite podcasts right there on the home screen so if you want to listen to your show there's actually an icon for it and you can listen to it they will they're some of the controls are you know a primitive compared to what's out there you can't you know but but but google says they're going to improve this over time and i think anything that makes it easier listen to podcasts is great in my book and it's free if you're on android google podcasts now out and that is a nice feature the ability to put the album art right on the android home screen so that you just you just tap it boom and it and it comes up yeah i it sinks to a home we actually in our show oh thank you for reminding me so i get halfway through stacy and iot and then i and then i get home i can just tell the google home play the rest of it it'll start where i left off but it's only a one way sync from the phone to the home oh it doesn't remember what you listen to on the home it doesn't go it's only one way that's the downside so far cats dopey yes that's still you can go from phone a home but it can't yes a tech category on yeah isn't that weird i went through all of them's got everything but not tech we don't show up in any other categories we'd probably show up in tech but we don't who the heck do you think invented frigging podcast used to be the only podcast we're tech and now the only belongs back in the day now it's everything else that's all right i first mover advantage field fellow no nothing zippy dude i don't i've had it's been a fun ride you've been replaced by skull skull kulm yeah no i don't think i'll ever do anything like that i'm just going to ride this off into the sunset you know that's okay that's good that's what happens jeff street kids i'm going to be replaced by kids that's good well yeah it beats being replaced by puppies or being replaced easels leonard tap professor for journalistic innovation at the craig newmark graduate school of journalism at the city of york that's him right there jeff jarvis buzzmachine dot com at jeff jarvis he's also director of the town i'd center for entrepreneurial journalism at the craig newmark graduate school of journalism at city university.

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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Center for entrepreneurial journalism at the craig newmark graduate school of that yes he's our man jeff's our man if he can't do it no one can did to instagram heaven event this morning this is the weirdest thing ever instagram an event started two hours late now yeah it wasn't two hours was it i just thought it was like a little bit late new york times since six reporters dear lord are you serious well it's either four six i'm not sure and they made a couple of announcements won a billion users one bouillon monthly active users or mouse owned beer you active users and the other is this new thing called g tv a long form as long as an hour guess it's a competitor to youtube video platform that is in proudly vertical but i looked on i can't get it yet may it's gonna come out over the next few weeks maybe you're too old i don't get him in i'll will one find it instagram it will be available on ios and android so it's a separate separate separate out i g i do you need to sign up for it or are you linked to it via your instagram suspected through your instagram account i would hope the new platform is for content creators anybody know any content creators it makes instagram a direct competitor with youtube and facebook i guess and i guess we should say traditional media right now oh you got it it was not the first tv it was like the fifth so all right i haven't checked since a little while ago so they must it's gone up good on the android store yeah i'm looking at on the android i g tv's kind of like iptv get it adheres the first person i see your competitor who's my i don't even know if i have a competitor lorca brownlee of course he'd be on there wouldn't be oh yeah it is it is on android now did he just come up he was the first one there's others there's of course the world is people urasoe people you're following oh it's carousel no it's it's kim credentials i don't follow tradition okay we know we know your secret finds nah welcome to gts like five trevor knows the on boarding it it knows because i have instagram on this phone welcome continuous mr laporte that's me yes sir i'm sorry i have to factor on this hold on that's like the story of my life to factor i love to factor me i love it i love it i am do factor everywhere because it's better oh i like the whites i get snow it i do you think kids ingo pups are the cutest do you think the kids will know what that snow is all they are very cute hake lots so here's the instagram seventeen minutes and twenty seconds that's on their kevin system announcing i g tv a lot of big balloons its vertical but it's not aggressively vertical doesn't fill the whole screen though it's well no no if you get rid of the of the carousels full so let me create a chan oh just swipe down the charissa hands full them with videos longer than a minute you can do more up on this a built for full screen vertical video so it's meant to watch on mobile so should i create a channel it we should make something right now yes few your channel it's the mr it's the mr apart apart the port channel so upload oh you can't do it live create channel a what i'm watching i think this is the announcement upload video allow it no videos found so you don't gosh you'd think they'd have live am i missing something and i guess i am i'm not so you upload videos yet there's a beauty tips with kim kardashian okay so it's probably it's been it's more like youtube i know youtube has live but most people yeah up them here's a robot dancing this is the announcement so this is probably why it was two hours late they had you know they had a lot of they're still working on it set up there's a lot of dancing and these are all creators right lauren lord' you diy is.

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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"If there had been no google we'd still be using alta vista mine is not something i necessarily recommend but i think it's kind of interesting if you if you're encyclopedia britannica you're really wondering what do we do in the twenty first century there's this free thing called wikipedia that in many cases actually is is better and more uptodate than encyclopedia britannica yet britannica has for years generations been considered the kind of definitive keeper of truth so they've made they're gonna make some big bucks on this chrome extension comfort tanic insights and as you're in your search as you're looking around on the right you'll get a new knowledge graph with britannica content so saying this is i guess in addition to the google shall we search for something and see let's let's see let's look for macedonia because macedonia's about to rename itself because of the greek there's the britannic insight above the knowledge card from google so if i want to learn more about macedonia in addition to the wikipedia entry is a good way to kind of make their assertion you can at least compare the two it's free britannica wikipedia britannica wikipedia there's a little little tip for you some nandy or chrome everything in the cause of truth yeah i think that they probably saw this as an opportunity to to jump on the truth bandwagon jeff jarvis is the say it again running i think it'd be deep breath here i am the leonard towel professor for journalistic innovation at the craig newmark graduate school of journalism at the city university of new york and i am also the director of the town nights center for entrepreneurial journalism there.

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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"They billions be he didn't ruin newspapers what road newspapers was the internet coming along and getting rid of the middlemen and their repair monopolistic pricing so it was monster and real estate agents in job agents and car dealers all went their own way they didn't need papers anymore and we just back stupidly so no craig didn't ruin his papers and craig's doing a lot of good for journalists now including sporting cuny a wonderful institution that's nice does what happens the town night folks they just slink away with the tails between their legs no i run the town nights center for entrepreneurial okay so here's my full title yeah ready lord i haven't done this yet i would do this hello hi i'm jeff jarvis the leonard towel professor of journalistic innovation and director of the town nights center for entrepreneurial journalism at the craig newmark graduate school of journalism at the city university of new york brought to you by nike just to i really wanted to put the lower third yeah yeah we saw you on msnbc in the lower twothirds like to your nose i think you should make who who is interviewing you on msnbc that was ellie ville shame oh they should make allie allie say the whole thing once just once yeah so you were there to talk about a huge story which is just gotten huge earlier and i bet you you already predicted this the huge story broke yesterday when a judge cleared att's eighty five dollar eighty five billion dollar bid for time warner and said no conditions you're indifferent businesses no big deal the government had been seeking to stay this although i have to say it's all tarnished by the fact that there's some evidence the government didn't like it because the president doesn't like cnn considerable evidence and he continued from the podium and singapore calling cnn fake news to the cnn reporter's face yeah it was a political vendetta yet nothing against disney and fox but everything against the end yeah so but i never however not a great deal for.

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"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"entrepreneurial journalism" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"To sort of taking it out on the tech industry started freelancing again writing some articles that were kind of cathartic about how you know this idea of entrepreneurial journalism was bs and how there was a real sort of creepy sort of fascist undercurrent in the tech scene and that led to the book deal so the original concept for the book the original title was had a make thirty billion dollars silicon valley way yeah and with let's do as a follow up book still good title well no title kind of served its purpose because i decided that if i were really gonna write about the tech industry needed to go to the heart of it i couldn't just report from my couch as comfortable as that might be so i went and i told everybody i met in the bay area and silicon valley that i was working on book about how to get rich intact but also that i was trying to secure funding for startup of my own and that sort of the narrative premise of the but and so you found a couple of different things here one was that the sort of even the idea if we take as a given that of course from the beginning that we talked about this on on on my show but we could expand on here in in still use the same kind of framework in a way you're doing a history in my view of silicon valley's this sort of like hyper condensed history of capital basically because you you sort of have a public good that's generated as a commons it's government funded research it's created through academic communities amateur communities also private sector activity but stuff that's totally interdependent and inseparable from government investment community networks then it's privatized that's like the primitive accumulation where you turn a commons into a private asset and.

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