19 Episode results for "Fifteen Years"

NASA ScienceCast 295: A Chip Off the Old Block

NASA ScienceCasts

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

NASA ScienceCast 295: A Chip Off the Old Block

"But you must be old block presented by science at nasa expression chip off the old block has taken on new meaning scientists are using cells in tissue from the human body to create living three d versions of human organs within seethrough structures these innovative tissue chips about the size of a thumb drive holds great promise for improving drug testing researching diseases personalizing medical treatment and more of you will soon be headed to the international space station or iss through a collaboration between the national institutes of health or an i h envy iss national laboratory in partnership with nasa tissue chips can host different cell tissue types admittedly intricate biological functions and responses is a full sized human organs such as the lungs liver and heart cells grown in tissue chips behave more like cells of a real oregon is induced cells grown in static sell culture dishes that's partly because of the chips can be interwoven with miniscule channels lined with thousands of living human cells through which air blood nutrients medications and the light inflow researchers can even introduce a diseases like cancer into to a tissue chip studied disease progression the space station is a specially well suited to advance research in this technology lucy low is the scientific program manager for the national center for advancing translational sciences or in cats at an early age microgravity cool just changes in human physiology the directly translate disease pathology hey ron us in a couple of weeks in microgravity weaken modal something that might take ten or fifteen years here on us to become even clinically relevant so we could start understanding and uncovering disease pathologies much faster other to chip in space study areas include respiratory system immune response kidney function blood brain barrier muscular skeletal diseases such as osteoperosis an immune system aging insights from these studies could help researchers understand diseases better design treatments and streamline testing of new canada drugs in the future tissue chips could also advanced precision medicine customized healthcare with disease treatment and prevention the takes into account a patient's jeans environment in body every individual reacts differently cancers genetic disorders and infections using tissue chips is a way to understand in a tightly controllable modal system exactly what's happening to a specific person we could use tissue chips to pinpoint what it about a particular group that's making that kansas act in a particular way to the particular drug oh what kind of drug might be more useful for one populations and another scientists are even working on a human on a chip in which tissue chips for various oregon's will be linked together to mimic whole body physiology researchers could then tests potential effects of substance like a drug across the entire body before testing in humans essentially you through all these cells together and provide him with the nutrients they need to do that thing it's literally like taking a little bits of you puts it into a home away from home letting the cells chat with each other and looking at how they respond to different stresses and different drugs

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187: Summary of Fifteen Years

The Slowdown

05:00 min | 1 year ago

187: Summary of Fifteen Years

"<music> i'm tracy k smith and this is a slow. Oh down every year our faculty members at the university where i teach must submit updated c._b.'s academic resumes detailing all of your publications in speaking engagements awards and contributions to the field over the span of a career your c._v. grows to become a long document document a running tab of everything you've ever managed to accomplish within your particular area of specialization but even the most most impressive. C._v. is only a partial portrait. Missing are all of the emotional markers that run through a life all the moments when something powerful was felt understood claimed or did i love today's poem summary of fifteen eighteen years by suzanne cleary precisely because it feels like an accurate roadmap to a full and varied life it doesn't and tell me what the poems speaker does for a living but it tells me whom she has loved and what she has drawn from the many memorable chapters of her life it tells me that she has endured heartbreak illness and loss and that she is awake to the ongoing adventure of of being alive grateful for the many different offerings her life hands her summary of fifteen years by suzanne cleary for m h i will tell the best and the worst paris five a._m. Mm-hmm trucks from the countryside men handing down crates women unpacking raspberries and pears my apartment in queens and on the window sill persimmon flesh like sunset softening growing sweet. I am in love with loneliness cleaness. A man who lives far away he plays the harmonica and is afraid of thunder. There is a black cotton dress <music>. How wearing it. I feel for the first time beautiful my first taste of plum wine my first serious live by. I scream alone in my car. I scream at the rain. There is pain in my back and x x rays pouring through my body like rain through a screen door in webster groves missouri. A photograph is taken. I wear a fur coat from the forties under a bank temperature sign one hundred four degrees. This is the year of trying too hard followed by the year of not caring one night. There is a lake invisible darkness not shining meaning until i touch it. There are is green dark brown. I step into to never fully return at some point. I begin to call strangers children honey. There is someone i love a hospital bed. A green stain gene on the pillowcase. A white dog runs out of the fog like part of the fog into my headlights. I clean out at my grandmother's house fine. My grandfather's skinny undershirts threadbare freshly washed then there. Is someone whispering into my ear again. After i had forgotten the feel of that then there is only the memory of it for their is imagined memory. Now there are gifts a silver pin. I wear on my coat a baretta that falls from my hair a man kneeling beside side me saying i want you to always remember this morning and there is what he does next. There is the loss loss of my mother's ring. There is seeing the hair on my father's chest is white and there is not knowing finally what call joy and what grief but wanting to tell it all in one breath so i will be here and you <hes> <music>. The slowdown is a production of american public media in partnership with the poetry foundation.

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FOF #2808  Brian Sweeney Looks at Christmas Horror Movies

Feast of Fun

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

FOF #2808 Brian Sweeney Looks at Christmas Horror Movies

"Feast avant is made possible because of fabulous people. Like you for the past. Fifteen years. Our microphones hard drives mixers and cables have fearlessly been recording podcast with thousands of of legendary. LGBTQ artists right now. We need your help to save. Fees to fund. Two of our microphones broken our equipment and our website have had it and are in urgent need of repairs or to continue. Plus we'd like to bring back our special forums for listeners in guests of the show a truly fun place to chat.

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Big Little Lies S2E3 - The End of the World

Previously, on...

06:28 min | 1 year ago

Big Little Lies S2E3 - The End of the World

"Welcome to previously owned a podcast series created to help you through some of the most complex yeah william television at night big little lies season two and then we begin with a flashback to immediately after finally pushed harry's restarted the next season won't do this present celeste william j henry now at a pace to frente receipt of the but the line take shape tony meanwhile seeing sharpton distant understandably back in the present meddling in at a thing celeste therapists dumped row he's been attempting to save that faltering marriage in the white mountains infidelity adult begins to tap into the possibility that maybe meddling is harboring low self esteem born from not going to college so funny to the beach looking familiarly lost in thought she remembers time but the mother in a swimming pool idle bonnie walks into the sea fully closed in a memory among explains the very end bony the importance of being able to hold your breath to save me from drowning and then proceeds to push you were looked into two under the water post therapy session madeline admits disallow she wants to know that that in bed with another woman and how that might have been still the distrust of the whole concept of marriage sharing session continues with celeste admitting she feels dead the dead spouse perry mary louise catch this prize jane work and then typically blend fashion active jane would submit to paternity test going on to suggest the hats jane mounted forgotten other men she could have slept with i did say she was blunt annoyed jane dismisses they audio and walks away there's drama school involving i'm abella their stuff isn't ends ity attack on his rushed to a hospital friend take renault's russia's in seeking insists she pins the blame hubby gold and due to his belief prisons die backout hi i'm about her is under the care of a therapist who's dressed as little bo pete which is creepy as it sounds the therapists let's run altering golden knights lead torture is worried about the end of the world having talked about climate change in school there she's also concerned about golden going to jail on whatever it is that's been bothering renounce if there's some time now joining korea rapid in the head while but if he goes in for kiss drink freaks out of bitten explains you've got the type things slow to with mary louise business detective equipment to ask about any developments in the case but also to ask if the detective obviously belief system simply slips 'cause mary lou buying it so less visits don't arise minute she's told she's portraying similar sons of those of former soldiers who struggled to adjust a normal life unless you mrs the war of life with perry the delta the notes is a bruise and asked if celeste self inflict remind yourself while they slept informs the sheet is nuts but adult to suggest she might be an addict and perry was the drug mary louise again catches up with jane this time zeke is present to the sheriff coffee and mary lou shows jane some old photos of the sunrise movement who's the double of ziggy the nature of paternity test mates suddenly redundant mary louise says she wants to be part of his life and james seems potentially open to it however as mary begins talking about the gentle sweet nature of pay raise a child the atmosphere shifted dramatically merited impressive straight about who initiated they encounter on the knowledge you would write she says celeste and perry had a sex life it involves frequent violence suggesting jay motive giving up some signals jane colorado's mary louise straight perry right to her she screamed get off but even then mary louise admit struggling to accept his some of his evil love a mother madeleine catchy tony that chatting coffee after bony leave she questions how long it will make his stuff which he replies as long as he needs old ones were not through enjoys another classic kickoff with the school principal and i'm a teacher is decided the parents evening will take place discuss concerns about climate change teaching although it wasn't quite that easy but they're not tearing into the principal i'm not getting laid in fifteen years and him shooting back there she is the mid you serve montserrat wishes on my kids school medusa bumps into mary wages showtime matron another bitterly chilly mary louise encounter this time she mentioned runoff to his dad unnoticed son style only runs into jane on the beach white corey's teachings they could just jay mentioned about could kiss attempt only suggest you should tell him who she really is but then curiously have their own husband nascent has no idea who she is the school hold is packed the teacher parent may take madeleine guessing bunched up on stage talk about a consensus among when she gets there in front of the full house by lean cuisine declines into a full metal that which is that there are many happy endings in life but she folks is a pulled ahead who stands on moved at the back of the whole home so that catches mary louise rifling through the drawer pills she accuses motherinlaw snooping and then phones at the she needs to move out now mary louise hold some strong opioids telling the less you should be careful with the celeste downs is sometimes you need the pain for instance after perry kick which closed but jaden corey getting close but looking at slowdowns and celeste in bed watching an old videos perry skyping she should we say selfinflicted most watching the video thanks for listening hope he's been help so this is enjoyed this i would love if you subscribe luggage more shows where this came from and we'd love you to join his filled a five star review wherever you get your podcasts from would also be absolutely fantastic if you've got any feedback or ideas for show we should be covering lomas certainly be doing the big ones but you never know there may be others we've missed lead is

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Who Birthed Who? Radio & Podcasting For The Future [Episode 232]

Podcast Pontifications

09:51 min | 1 year ago

Who Birthed Who? Radio & Podcasting For The Future [Episode 232]

"PODCASTING and radio have some obvious parallels and even though podcast pundits quote boggles lyrics and radio pros try to exert their birthright it's a shared future were in for hello and welcome to another where there's a whole new group of public radio stations doing very different things doing storytelling yeah a handful of video podcasters still out there but let's face it odd casting his audio as radio is also audio similar person who came into podcasting you probably don't understand that what we understand as radio is a very very slim slim doing in depth journalism not just reporting on the news but digging deep into the news a thin sliver of what radio actually as we think of Radio as commercial radio which is either talk shows guess what most podcast as I said the beginning radio podcasting similar medium right people listen to things without something to watch yes I know that that's a hundred years old more people listen to the radio then listen to podcasts more advertising dollars are spent on the Radio Hod casts make sure that you understand that today in the world more people listen to the radio you know that technology encroaching into podcasting yesterday I took on TV and today might as well go for radio might as well hit the radio thing there's like yourself radio can mean a lot of things when you think radio unless you Arabia pro if you're just a regular average what can we podcasters learn from radio and what can radio gift podcasters I think probably the biggest thing that everybody needs to understand especially working podcast oh well it's still around fifteen years later and probably not going away any time real soon but let's talk about the future let's talk about the benefits how do they work together now you may not hear those in your local markets because there's only a certain number of stations that are broadcasting with a stick on the mountain or in it's sports that's it however that's really not it there's one other little channel maybe two or three channels depending on where you live AAC podcasting better what can podcasting learn from radio what can we do to take it forward because there are more people that listen to the radio then listen to parallels as I said but also some pretty clear differences but I'm not here to talk about the INS and the Outta those I want to talk about the future how do we her or music programs a little bit more challenging the podcasting because of music rights that's about it and then news and you know with you then are spent in podcasting and while many people have been predicting the death of radio how podcasting joined to kill radio kind of blend the news and the talk show together it's news it's talk it's rates music it's sports that's what's on the radio dial doesn't a Cornfield if you live in Iowa there's only so many stations broadcasting to you radio signals tend to attenuate which means lose signal over time so only hear what in your local market but there's a lot of different things in radio actually FCC regulations aside Dan actually be as varied as podcasting really can't but it tends not to be it tends not to be because of commercial interests radio has to appeal to the lowest common denominator I guess a better way to say that is to the maximum number of people in their area so that they can sal ads not true podcasting sure lots of shows do wanNA sell ads but because we have the global footprint because we were we are not limited aid those are the rules by the federal government here in America that say we can't say bad words on the public airwaves those aside radio one thing in podcasting well it's me I was actually on an Internet radio program prior to having podcast I was on regular broad take you don't have to go head right down the types of radio programs you are exposed to if you went through your dial right now did you did especially a lot of the more creative radio people of the PR X. Variety I public radio exchange and others forms of public radio stations they I started going through the dials and seeing what the stations are playing it's one of those it's music it's talk it's news gene that which is broadcast from a stick on the mountain the radio waves themselves they mean the type of content they WANNA make and they call it radio and local marketplace big shows can grow as big as they want to eat and they can get lots of ads from them so I don't really see casting the reverse is true as well there are opportunities for podcasters to have their voice heard on the radio I did that originally I just WanNa repurpose their radio shows in podcasting form and that sucks for a lot of them sometimes it can work but you know programmed a time when radio gets killed by podcasting if anything I see radio and podcasting living a long history together yeah we do have radio people there may be an opportunity for you to get on your local radio stations why not you already know what you're doing you can have the conversation you've got the really good habits like proximity effect of a microphone right through the great things that does there I think what we're seeing right now no worrying about your birthright please no worrying about killing the other one come on kiss let these things work side by side that's the future as as podcast pontificate with me Ego Tara. This week I'm talking about podcasts encroaching into other forms of media and other forms of media coffee and if

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I AM: Health

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

13:04 min | 1 year ago

I AM: Health

"To he sit quietly goes you're rice and be comfortable in a chair with the back rest keep your feet on the ground from punted keep your hands open near laugh and just observe you're brett's as you observe the bread with theorized closed your experience with the red is just a sensation sensation arise this is experienced and then it subsides this is the nature of oil experience all experience is either a sensation order perception or an image of feeling or a thought that authorizes in are awareness that is known in are awareness that subsides in are awareness i in fact is made out of our awareness notice as you observed the brett that you can't hold onto it should try you suffocate this is the nature of all experience no experience is across both because all experiences a rice and subside internally in that because no rican absolve east experiences and we can let them go we cannot hold onto them if you try to hold onto them if you cross iffy clings even to a thought or anything we experienced the same quality that disclosed suffocation quoting on closes supplication letting go is freedom so just to observe you're brett no no bringing awareness in your heart mentally oscars of who am i what am i don't try to answer the question just settle into being what is it that wants to know what am i am my the changing body and mind changing my mind the changing experience of the word heart and mind the silent witnessing missing awareness individual experience is ceaseless change who what am i an honest question what do i want what is my deepest desire don't try to launch the question just allowing any sensation image feeling on thought just spontaneously come to what is my deepest is a no osc the third question what is my purpose why do i do what i do how can i serve oaken express my unique skills and talents in the service of my fellow beings and finally us the question what am i grateful for when we practice gratitude just by asking that question in the sensations images feelings and thoughts that arise from the question this bunch in this deal opened the door to abundance consciousness what am i grateful for allowing any sensation image feeling or thought to spontaneously they come to you and now let's go a little deeper into the meditation by slowly deconstructing are notion or a story of who we are so mentally repeat to southfield full name so if i was doing it i would say i am deepak chopra just a few times mentally and now you could stop saying that but just bring into you're awareness all de experiences that are associated with that name that name that body that form so allow you're awareness to fill up with audio concerns all your buddies or your relationships good and bad audio deadlines everything that's happening in their life right now these experiences are associated with who you think you are right now i m b buck show pro i am john doe i m maybe smith yeah no maybe just drop your last name and repeat your first name i'm deepa i'm john i'm maybe i'm angela now bring into everywhere in this any memories did you have joy food memories happy memories the best moments life sifi can recall any moments of joy and wonder and playfulness especially from childhood allows sensations sations images feelings and thoughts from memories of a long time ago to come into you're aware nece and now you could drop you a name log together just say i am without any memory without inexperience without any form without any belief attached to it just i m i am and if you want you can replace d i am now with the montreal from a from a just a couple of minutes 'em when thoughts arise sensations arise images rice or feelings arise just go back to repeating the mantra m a m m no finally dropped the month just rest in being rest in awareness exist as existence awareness being this is fundamentally awareness to be aware of being aware it's the source of all thought all feeling all emotion all mitch's or perceptions was sensations awareness this is the whole mind awareness says no shape but it gives rise to experiences of shape and color inform awareness is no sound but it makes experience of sound possible awareness is not in time has known location but allows us to have the experience of time and location awareness is who we are the wisdom traditions of the would call it the truth the truth south that is never barn that's not subject the debt the true self that which many spiritual traditions called the soul in eastern wisdom traditions when we speak of the truth us we also know know that it is ancient it's unborn at five cannot burnet that win cannot dried weapons cannot shattered that his knocked in space so not in time but is out he turned on home so for the next two minutes just rest in being rest nowhere in this rest in the south bay on the whole descriptions and all the rules you play as a human being it may be a destiny to planned infinity of rules but you're not the rule is you play you know deal though to witness awareness consciousness in which those draws come and go as part of the scenery resting in awareness is also closed waking up waking up from deep projections that creek load mind body and was just be aware of being aware and when you're ready you producer right to the future is good news medicine would be precise it'd be predictable it be preventable it should be participatory it'd be process oriented and this would be posted ice and it could also be digital every experience find a digital imprint in your hand held device or some other smartphone smartphone or computer whatever and with that would be new treatments like augmented reality virtual reality bio regulation rainbow feedback card biofeedback feedback algorithms that could connect all these activities to gene activity to epigenetics to microbial activity and through mehta below makes this is a future you could have never imagined even fifteen years ago the future hall where being his his daily breath is produced produced by jen cohen and julie mcgruder edited by andy jetski bits and composed by henry's cause struck thank you to bob tablet door carolyn rang gal serena

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#7: MORNING MESSAGES  The Invitation

On The Verge

05:25 min | 3 months ago

#7: MORNING MESSAGES The Invitation

"The invitation by Araya Mountain Dreamer It doesn't interest me what you do for a living. I want to know what you ache for. And if you dare to dream of meeting your heart's longing. It doesn't interest me how old you are. I want to know if you will risk looking like a fool. For love for your dream. For the adventure of being alive. It doesn't interest me. What planets are squaring your moon? I want to know if you have touched the center of your own sorrow. If you have been opened. By Life's betrayals. Or have become shriveled. And closed from fear of further pain. I want to know if you can sit with pain. Mine or your own. Without moving. To hide it. Or Fade it. Or fix it. I want to know if you can be with joy. Mine or your own? If you can dance with wildness and let the ecstasy fill you to the tips of your fingers and toes. Without cautioning us. To Be careful. Be Realistic! To remember the limitations of being human. It doesn't interest me if the story you're telling me. True! I want to know if you can disappoint another. To be true. To Yourself. If, you can bear the accusation of betrayal. And not betray your own soul. I want to know if you can be faithless and therefore be trustworthy. I want to know if you can see beauty even when it is not pretty every day. And if you can source your own life from its presence. I want to know if you can live with failure yours and mine, and still stand on the edge of a lake and shout to the silver of the full moon. Yes. It doesn't interest me to know where you live or how much money you have. I want to know if you can get up after the night of grief and despair, weary and bruce to the bone and do what needs to be done for the children. It. Doesn't interest me who you are how you came to be here. I want to know if you will stand in the center of the fire with me. And Not Shrink, back. It doesn't interest me. Where or what or with whom you have studied. From I want to know what sustains you. From the inside! When all else falls away. I want to know if you can be alone with yourself. And if you truly like the company you keep. In the empty moments. This poem the invitation has been hugely transformative for me. Over the last I don't know. Fifteen years. There are so many phrases in that and I will put a link to it in the show notes I encourage you. To read it, read it out loud to yourself. Notice what polls off the page. What strikes your heart? What lifts you up. What opens you up? There is so much here to play with. It is really A. extraordinary. bit of. Bit of Brilliance. And for me the. Impetus to? Come into onto this Mike and to do these warning messages is really. About the last phrase. and. It's speaking to myself and to you. I want to know if you can be alone with yourself. And if you truly like the company you keep. In the empty moments. As we mature as we get older as we wake up as we grow up. We must turn inward tap into our own soul force. And get to know ourselves and at some point truly like the company that we keep in those empty moments. Thank you for listening? Thank you for playing with me and engaging with me. Please reach out. Hello at Care Bradley Dot net I just like to know that you're out there and who you are. That's about it have a wonderful day. Take care.

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Affirming Rather than Treating Gender Dysphoria

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

Affirming Rather than Treating Gender Dysphoria

"Why would medical professionals give patients what they think they want instead of what they need how the fear of being politically incorrect is creating a whole new category of the uh-huh for the Colson Center I'm John Stonestreet this is break point a strange sort of way a recent Sky News story reminded me of Luke Eleven that's where Jesus sexual with many people remaining severely distressed even suicidal after the operation will today affirmation passes for care not because it is oh well hey we'll just blame it on transphobia the ideas have consequences bad ideas have victims we must ensure that the victims of bad gender of their peers an earlier study in Britain commissioned by The Guardian newspaper found that there was no conclusive evidence that sex change operations improve the lives of four Swedish men who had undergone sexual reassignment surgery found that ten to fifteen years later they're suicide rate was twenty times higher than that eighty Olivetti are no longer invisible their stories must be heard for breakpoint I'm John Stonestreet but because it affirms Gender Ideology even if it leads the life altering surgeries hormonal treatments if the patient later regrets it or hurts themselves or miserable affirming medicine since the fundamental connection between gender and any biological reality has already been severed by our ideological commitments it's safe to assume that doctors here orders would suggest a medical professionals that ruby was suffering from body image issues but as she told Sky News the doctors never even suggested there might be Vincent Scorpions instead of what they really need just consider the name given to a new children's pediatric clinic at Akron Children's hospital quote the Center for Gender Return to original sex the story featured a woman who after publicly admitting regret over her so-called surgical transition was contacted by hundreds of other people this story is far from uncommon young people in emotional pain and distress are asking adults for how but because of our ideological blind spots were giving them sir be invisible victims ignored because their very existence challenges the new sexual orthodoxy many physicians today simply ignore that up to eighty percent of children who suffer connection there worth exploring instead it was here's your hormones here's your surgery off you go or to borrow Jesus words here's your Scorpion here's your snake they are transgender and initiate the transition process as soon as possible this will supposedly reduce the conflict and in turn help with their other disorder often accompany it like depression generalized anxiety disorder or and rubies case a severe eating disorder multiple issues like this spark the chicken and egg in her part of England who felt the same way one of those people ruby also struggle with eating disorders one within that the combination of gender dysphoric and eating will affirm both in their diagnosis and with their prescribed treatments whatever gender a child claims they are but what about the rubies of the world what about the hundreds of people allergy leads many professionals to proceed with treatment as if gender dysphoric is no disorder at all so the best treatment theory goes is to affirm the young people's beliefs one part of England that were given the wrong treatment for their psychological issues they are victims of our bad ideas and are blind spots too often in fact they're forced to asked whether if your child asks for a fish you'd give them a snake or if they asked for an egg which you hand them a Scorpion well here's the headline hundreds of young Trans People seeking help When this neat and tidy theory is a big problem there's no evidence at works and fact evidence points the other way two thousand eleven study that followed three hundred and twenty four for from gender dysphoric will eventually outgrow those feelings even worse they fail to connect the dots between gender dysphoric and potentially serious mental illnesses that question this gender dysphoric caused depression and anxiety or is gender dysphoric symptom of depression and anxiety while the truth is no one knows with any certainty but the new gender.

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We Need To Talk

StoryCorps

01:20 min | 1 year ago

We Need To Talk

"This message comes from. NPR sponsor. Xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like Xfinity X.. By get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply over the last fifteen years. Many people have stepped into a story core recording booth to have a seemingly impossible conversation with someone. It's a chance chance to talk about the things they otherwise might not discuss so in an all new season of story core. PODCAST will be listening into some of these. You'll hear from loved ones friends and even people who could have easily been enemies as they try to bridge divides and build connections. Were you'd least expect it throughout the years that you ever think about me. So sorry. Did you stop talking to her because of what she did. because my collecting vacuums ever been a problem in our relationship am case. What your your thoughts and feelings about dying? I'm your host Jasmine Morris tune in November nineteenth to hear the answers to these questions and more find the story core podcast in brand new season on the N._p._R.. One APP at N._P._R.. Dot Org or wherever you get your podcasts.

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TWiT 767: Fifteen Years Later

This Week in Tech

2:07:16 hr | 6 months ago

TWiT 767: Fifteen Years Later

"It's time for tweet this week. In Tech it's a very special episode because it's been fifteen years since we did our very first this week. In Tech those days it was called the revenge of the screen savers and the original forecast members are all back together. Kevin Rose Patrick Norton and Robert Herron Join. Me Plus a special visitor from the past next on twitter this week. In tech comes to you from twits last past studios. Stay in control. When it comes to your company's access points at authentication last pass makes enterprise level security simple for your remote workforce check out last pass dot com slash twit to learn more podcasts. You love people you trust is twit. This is twit this week in tech episode seven hundred sixty seven recorded Sunday April nineteenth twenty twenty fifteen years later Biz. Week attack is brought to you by express. Vpn You're working from home. It's even more important to choose a VPN. You Trust to protect you from online threats for three extra months free with a one year package go to express. Vpn Dot com slash twit and by it. Pro TV get the most up-to-date it training with it pro-tv their videos courses virtual labs and practice tests will give you everything you need to become a successful. It professional visit it pro dot TV slash twit for an additional thirty percent off of the lifetime of your active subscription use the code twit thirty at checkout and by Sabi hot cloud storage thinking about moving. Your data storage to the cloud was Sabi is enterprise. Class cloud storage at one fifth the price of Amazon S. three and faster than the competition with no fees for Egress or API requests and no complex storage. Tiers start a free. Trial was savvy dot com. Enter the code twit and by Ziprecruiter Ziprecruiter knows you have to work to stay strong connected and focused to find the right people for the right jobs go to ziprecruiter dot com slash work together. It's time for tweet this week in tech special episode was almost exactly fifteen years ago. Fifteen years ago April seventeenth that the very first show was recorded. It wasn't called twit. At the time it was called the revenge of the and we had to bleep a the screensavers out. But I am so thrilled to get the original three guys who join me on that very first less than half hour show. You heard Patrick Norton who could miss him. It's good to see you Patrick. Pleasure to be here. I'm just laughing because I'm remembering the threats from the lawyers which always makes me giggle with joy. Whenever I think of lawyers threatening to sue we got a cease and desist from G. Four Tech TV. And of course we had to be very careful because this guy was still working there. Kevin rose to see you and it's good to be here. I can't believe it's been fifteen years. That's insanity I think your life has changed more than anybody's in that fifteen years I would say I would. I don't know we I couple of kids that's ground. Yeah I gotta be honest Artichoke Department upgraded sensory designed behind you. I see a beautiful home there. If nothing else you ve vastly improved the environment. You're living in like no disrespect to the house last house. I saw you guys sharing we living in a garage and we had used a KIA furniture. That was the old tech. Dvd's those were the good old days also joining us Patrick's partner in crime on Av Excel. It's my friend Robert Harran HARAN FIDELITY DOT COM. Hi Robert Leo. Always good to see. Your House is still empty except for the equipment and that's as it should be pretty much and yeah and a brand new box right behind the other side that thing. I've got on boxing. Now take a look at even talk about it. This is this is. This is like the skis. Jobs photo where he's just squatting on the floor of the stereo equipment around surrounded by cool stuff. Lots of test equipment. I I had the misfortune of going back in preparation for this and listening to that. First revenge of the screensavers which by the way we The acronym Trots was the worst part. Worst POSSIBLE AGAM although it's gotten worse and It was a frankly a painful shirt for Mita. Listen to because I think I was. I was really over anxious. I think I wanted it to succeed so badly that I was pushing too hard and so it was not for me. It wasn't a great show for some reason. I think mostly you guys people wanted to hear it because tech TV had disbanded the year before Kevin was down in L. Doing what was to become was it. The attack of the show at that point Kevin or yep leaves so they changed it pretty quickly to the attack the show. Will they fired? They got rid of Alex. Albrecht which sucked because we had a lot of fun doing that show together and then they brought Kevin Pereira on and then that's when the name change. Yeah change before that. I'm I think it had because I thought I could use the revenge of the screen savers and the and the letter said we're not done with that name yet so. I think that's what that's what happened and Patrick and I were left behind in San Francisco they didn't take to La. I you know it's hard to make a move when someone doesn't want you doesn't talk to you and then was a is. There is no reason to go to to pay my own way to go to La. When I was pretty sure they were gonNA kill the show as we knew it anyway. Yeah Yeah not just not worth it. Robert Did you do at the end of the tech. Tv I went to g four. We ENDED UP SETTING UP. A lab briefly down there but otherwise ended up working with the folks on attack of the show until they had another round of layoffs. In then at that point I took a good break and then came back to the bay area and worked for more Davis properties. Like extreme tack and magazine. And that's who you writing for when we did the first show you mentioned extreme Tech Patrick. Also reading extreme tech and awesome ended publication which lasted long. Called Extreme ipod lasted for a while until lawyers came out. You know we also replaced that with the TV when we got our hands on the first Gosh was that two thousand fourteen thousand five two thousand five I think and the two thousand five. We got our hands on the first try caster and built the studio around the try. Casper which was like you know after watching after building the tech. Tv said it was like seven million dollars studio and it's like well we just did it for like twenty grand right right That was that was like okay. This is this is what disruptive means when you replace a million dollars worth of equipment with like forty thousand dollars worth of equipment. That was pretty crazy. So you can do yeah. People are doing at home now with at eight ten mini for three hundred bucks in a couple of DSL sitting around right people think that divorce was on the original show. He wasn't in didn't show up. I think 'til episode four so he wasn't. This is who was on the original show. So it's fun to get you guys back again. David prager there for whatever reason no cal he might have been hiding. He's he's always somewhere. My wife was there. Was there well the first time. Yes all of them were there we did it at the Twenty First Amendment Brewery. Right after macworld. But that wasn't I don't consider that the first tweet because that was many months earlier And that that was like in January February after macworld expo and that was more just test. But yes Sarah was there. Prager was there for that one and I think all of you as well so yeah. It's it's kind of fun that That you guys are. What's interesting is shortly after that. Kevin you left g four and started revision. Three right. Was there for one year. Yeah so I was. I was at G. Four for one year we started. Read three and dig right around the same time. Yup Yup so. I'm the only one still standing tall. I mean you're all standing but I'm the only this is the only thing that started in two thousand five. That's still going that's saying in the PODCAST business. That's seeing a lot since most podcast. I after a week so the fact that we're still here fifteen years later. No Co there were no. There were no sponsors back then right in this. I remember when we were doing dig nation. We had a ton of viewers but then finally slowly sponsor started to come online. We'd go daddy. There wasn't a lot of money to be made. And then I look at you know. Joe Rogan who's doing double digit millions in a year and rather than an episode of impending. I count it but yet insane we when we first started. I didn't want to Do advertise I wanted to do as Patrick has done. His shows with the we didn't have Patriot in those days. But it was a tip jar that kind of thing But that did that was good for one show but it wasn't wasn't enough to pay anybody or have any help or anything else. It was just enough for one show so it took us a couple of three years but we finally said I finally said okay. We'll do advertisers and Yeah at this point. We're entirely ad-supported. Although thanks to cove in nineteen there's a little thinning out of the heard. If you know what I mean. I think that Rogan guy might make it though. I think he's probably GONNA survive. You know who's visiting real quickly pop in. This is an older feature of the Old Shows. I used to watch like the tonight show people would like Bob. Hope would pop in and he'd be across the way he did he show up. Look at this a friend from the past Scott. Harriet squash is here. Sky was never ever on the twitter. I don't know why never asked you. But that's probably because you were busy making movies. Yeah still doing that still again as I told you before we a- went on the air here of I make just enough to still live with my eighty-seven-year-old parents down in southern California. So it's but it's been it's been great it's been it's been fun able to do primarily hiking films and You know gone around the World Australia. Iceland just hiked in Ireland on a new route last year. And take about three months to hibernate. Edit them together and put them up on squash films dot com. That's awesome yeah. People may remember Scott from Internet tonight. Which was the high end. Fancy SHOW UNSEAT ATV IN TECH TV one with rightness producer. I think always back the experienced skaters though you guys were like you were the highest rated show. I think we were second but I mean you think you. Your audience brought a lot of people to our show. A lot of people because yours was yours. Yours was the show for real people normal people about. Oh look what's on the Internet. Yes yeah yeah. Which was that? That was so fun man those days well and Michaela Pereira. Who's gone on to fame and fortune? you guys were funny so it was a funny show and you were a comic so that was a that was easily the most entertaining show on the network but it turned out what people really wanted was. You know we're going to install a lennox On this box and it'll take us in our. Maybe it'll be time before. The show is over that for some reason. People like that you are able to do. Both you know both to be informative and entertaining if if I attempted anything of that Technological level I you know you could have would be hearing the TV sets turning off but you tell me. You're a geek now. Well a more of a geek. I remember it because I actually took pride at the time that I was really the the here end user host on the show everyone else knew so much more about tech than I did and my interest wasn't in it really but as the as the GIG was winding down with the Internet tonight got cancelled and then they were cool enough to keep me on for a year where I was on the show with you guys and remember Kevin Rose sitting right next to man. I remember thinking to myself. This kid's never going to be a millionaire right on the money with Kim There. So and then Yeah I I always look back on. Those times is just being cornball word but really magical really fun and what a great place to live there in the bay area and and then absorbing all that technological info and then when the GIG ended I I wanted to edit my own documentaries remember. What was his now mark veto. Remember mark the editor. Yeah he was the number one guy. He's going again and this is at that time he would go dude for like eight thousand dollars. You can get final. Cut Pro. A powerbook Mini Devi. Cameras can make your own documentaries and it looked good in a in a theater and like you know great. And that's what I did and started making. What else should on now? I actually shoot on a Canon H F G ten which is one of their cinema cameras. Yeah those are good. I just I just kind of correctly or incorrectly. Women this is a camcorder. Oh that's the same thing we use took about twenty. We can't get the TETON anymore. We bought a ready for this Scott when I first set up to it when we first step video which was in the In the brick house we bought thirty five of them. Wow Green cameras travesty or left John are all not all thirty five thirty three. We're using it right now. What I'm on right now is the old vic is that's pretty funny and you know we see and it's so funny because we've been totally eclipsed we had mark branly on a couple of weeks ago and he's shooting everything on reds editing on four or five. Mac PROS THE NEW ONES. The ones that start at six thousand dollars with. Xt Artists plays. He even has wheels and an monitor stands. That's how well he's doing and The Times have changed quite quite apparent. I'm still funny that you're shooting your movies and the same camera that we're doing it on. That's yeah and I did though I just bought a Mark. Four five cannon. Yeah shoot video and gets to my next project. I'm hoping to show what I think is the most underrated state for beauty in America Nevada. The Vada you think of you know Vegas and area fifty one but you think in the northern two thirds so I got. That's about thirty five hundred bucks. Maybe get some tests. The video looks is sharper than than the Vecsey out but Yeah so another old timer is actually in this in the Chat Room Karston Bondi. Who produces this show? He's producing it home these days. He can't come in to the studio. That's that's no one can accept me but Karston was also one of the people who went to La with Kevin and Robert and stayed with them until two thousand five state with G. Four TV he says Mark Devito. He misses Mark Veto. Most of all the TV folks. He had the dirtiest mouth of anyone. I've ever met saying something given some of the people we worked. There were some pretty foul mouth. Scott it's really nice to see you. I ran into Scott when I came back to facebook. And it's the only good thing that's happened to me in two weeks on facebook but it was great to see it's got goes. Is this you really? And then he says all right prove its you? What did I used to yell during the tapings of Internet tonight and I had no idea so I so I do remember you yelling foul obscenities every time you busted to take which is pretty much every time Scott didn't remember that that's the funny thing Carson remembers the lowest shouting then. I actually had to ask you like okay. Name three executives Ted and that gives you meant driven. Yeah I knew it was you. I I mentioned appear Hammersley Greg Driven and whoever could forget the weirdest CEO? I've ever worked for? Larry Weinberg Yeah. Wow that's good teams. A nice guy driven once once told me that Larry Weinberg came up and said you know. Leo's not bad looking into what? I don't know why I felt compelled to tell me that but I wish we had Scott. It's really great to talk to you. Watch films DOT COM We're GONNA come back. We'll do it. We'll do a little more time. Spent more time with you. I'd love to talk to you and catch up big right man. Thanks for and thanks for coming back face a little little. Yeah that's it. It's after this it's over little pop in from Scott Harriet I am so thrilled. You're all here now. We talk about Tech News Kevin. Are you keeping up on Tech News these days or Oh yeah two kids? Tell me about your kids I I remember one from. I have no idea where we were not planning it. That's that's for sure I'm Daria. Said I don't think she wanted one even but I think she said ones enough. Yeah we were just kind of like okay. You know we're not forties. Let's let's not time to get serious. We're GONNA have a kid. We should do it now. All these things take longer than expected. So you know when you When you go trying for a year and then you finally have one you think well. There's no way we're going to get pregnant again and just like oh man. It's just a few months later. Panegyrics laughing sounds like he's been there so price prize so tell me their names or Nova. Oh Girls Nova. They're both girls. Yeah and Novas. How old just turned one. Oh Wow it's been a year one into yeah that's crazy. Chaos congratulates fun time and you move to Portland to get away from the crazy bay area. Yeah we just have more space out here. You know. We're in the woods and I can. I can fly to the bay area. It's hour and twenty minute flight and super simple. Maybe that's me but it looks like there's a skate park behind you. Is that for you skating? No that's behind me right. There is just a Garden actually that rail is not for sketching. Or that's that's a kids. Sandbox WASTE GIRLS. Get older times have changed? Yeah exactly have a half pipe in my backyard for a while but it wasn't. It wasn't for me and Patrick has to. Of course yes. And that came after came after we started To It yes yes I. I'd I'd have to sit down and put the bath out but yeah shameless. Twelve interest in his eight. Yep there you go so your life has changed and you also have escaped the bay area. Yeah we We hit the RIPCORD Sold the House and We've been exploring where in the United States might want to look at a bunch You know cities and smaller Western towns and you know right now. Just kinda chilling in the San Luis Valley because You know the virus Canada. It's really hard to get the get the fleet will of a city with everybody's hiding inside running around with masks looking panic when anyone comes near the so obviously you started this journey before the end shelter in place. This is kind of monkey wrench in your plans. Monkey wrench would be gracious term and not. Using any of the expletives I might use to describe it In the privacy of a conversation with my spouse But yeah I mean it's it's been interesting. You know because we this. We were looking at Saint Louis when things started to get serious. I'm like okay. We need to kind of get. Outta here in figure out what Because we're watching we were. We were staying in an RV camp ground and there was this. You know it's it's it's hard to sort of look at a a you know an elderly couple retired with an RV and think of like blur and woosh essentially every Canadian. Who was every Canadian snowbird? Who is somewhere in? The southern United States was bombing. The Canadian border as fast as they could. There was this point where the the as the virus started to pick up. You know one of the RV bags in Canada was like okay. Your insurance is going to be cancelled in two weeks and they may be closing the border and literally just see Canadian license plates. We'd like hit at six plug their power in baby water. And then we'd be gone in seven o'clock the next morning and I was like. Yeah and we were. We were heading out towards towards Utah and then we found out that Zayat was at summer capacity which is insane for for you know March April. He was like the beginning of March. And I was like okay. We're we're we've been in the San Luis Valley before we like it. It's chill Colorado. You can find paper. Yeah the San Luis Valley of Colorado. So because we were in Saint Louis at the same time as you were March second saw thing. We couldn't get together because we were just in and out doing something for worldwide tech but it was really funny. Because the last time I'd been to Saint Louis was with Patrick Norton. You took me steak and shake you introduced me to. The ways of the world has has has really food game. Saint Louis It's become this destination for I was talking to a chef there and he was like it's become you know because there's there's a lot of opportunity there is incredibly audible The Union loafer actually I should've talked to you. 'cause where we went. The cuisine was the toasted Ravioli which is at somewhere like no the hills supposed to be good. You know Saint Louis to Robert A- actually but that was you oh. My family grew up in Saint Louis so we were told. Oh no you want Italian food. You want to go to the hill. But we didn't get to go to the hill so hills the hills old school Italian. So you need to love. It will be like you know. It's it's not nouveau cuisine. I mean I'm sure some Kiani bottles with candles in it that kind of thing. They didn't see the county bottles with candles but it was it was it was it was like there was a lot of red sauce. Joint VIBE that respect to anybody in the hill because there was also a there is a a Deli there and it was one of those places where you're like pleased to be here for eight years and they have all their outrageous cheese inside that well anyway we met. We passed like strengths in the night. Go to the city museum in Saint Louis when it reopened. That's very good export ever. Yeah it's amazing. We just escaped. I mean it was foolish to fly anywhere in early March. We knew it was a little risky. We survived thank goodness A lot of our viewers doing the shelter in place is it sounds like it. If if if prices where we are there's not much of anybody period This is a pretty empty part of Colorado. Actually most of Colorado's empty eighty five percent of the population Colorado's between the PUEBLO Denver. And then some mythical point north of Boulder in south of the Wyoming border so most of Colorado is empty compared to that strip of You Know Strip of the state but there's something like million full-time RV states. So I'm sure a lot of people are sheltering in place somewhere they just don't have the really close to us right now. Sounds so bad. Because we're when shelter in place in a fixed home a fixed abode. You can't go anywhere but you can just drive somewhere and have a new view at your backyard. Well Yeah I'M ONE HAND. Yes on the other hand you know most. Rv Parks are located someplace convenience to the stuff you actually want to see and the stuff you actually want to see at this point. They closed great sand dunes. National Parks is closed. Prices closed all of the state parks on the East side of Utah are closed except the county resident. So it's you know so the ones on the west side of the state are open but Most places are just shut down and You know nobody's nobody's seen our license plate and pulled out a pitchfork yet but That's I do not have California license. I'm no longer a resident of California so And California does not like you can't get car insurance in California without an actual physical mailing address in California so it turns out. When you leave California the cost of automotive insurance drops O- precipitous so. Does everything else apparently Robert did you. Did you come back to the bay area? Just stay here. Ever since I came back up after g four I have been living and working in the bay area ever since and I love it around here. I really do. We stay here till the end of days. Who knows. Maybe I'd like to get a larger piece of land at some point in built home. But that's a few years from this morning. I totally so we should buy a farm so we could raise their own food and she exactly she said no she said I would end up doing all the work she said. I'm not doing that. Visiting you gathering the exit supporting weeding the garden. Just not putting those together. Leo Leo at canning season. I would I would. I would pay. I would pay you to do something with the I would laugh my ass off the entire time. I think it would be hysterical to watch your candidates. I got a sewing machine. I'm making my own masks. So that yourself yes. Let's call also. I got a sewing machine and and then and I making sour dough bread. I'm getting a little more domestic. This is amazing. I says I'm not the only thing I've ever heard of you. Actually I'm making a man I'm a making and you know it's I think masks I were first of all. We're going to be wearing these for a long time so might as well make them style on right. This man with this is going to be for a year or two and by that time will be so used to it. I think it's the new fashion so I'm ready. I might have a little side business. Leo's met my mom. Said you should put your name on them. I said No. I don't think so. I might add. Say All right. I'm I just wanted to catch up with all three of you is so nice to see you do a little tech news. There is a little techniques we could talk a little bit about the Tech News just as we had in the old days effect before we go after we do the AD. I WanNa talk a little bit about the Tech News. Fifteen years ago. What we were talking about. Oh goodness was a little different. I showed that they brought to you by express. 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Somehow I am actually are you. Yeah I order one. Are you excited? I kind of read the reds. I got the red because I've got another crack phone and it just you know it's it's smaller. And so I'm I'M GONNA I'm GONNA use it. Looks great it's got a great show. Great I wish they had a headphone Jack. It feels a little hypocritical to offer an inexpensive. It's only four hundred dollars relatively expensive iphone. But Say oh but you have two hundred Fifty Dollar Bluetooth hedge funds to use it. That's kind of have to well. How do I guess you could use an adapter? Use A dapper. You can use you. Know the the the apple adapter isn't bad that that that end supersizing come with that but I guess it's only twenty bucks. Yeah yeah well you know. The apple tax has to come somewhere. I'm just laughing because I basically have this phone with a slower processor. It's the iphone eight amorous eight months ago or something like of course you know. Yeah well the reason I bring it up is on the original screensavers. Kevin was talking about his side. Kick to phone serious evidence. You loved it. That was a great phone. Remember that it's the keyboard flip out. I remember Paris Hilton. Had One with diamonds all over something. Those were so such ridiculous days. Those were ridiculous days. Danger hip top. It does telling me that the SEC does come with The lightning connector earbud. So I guess all right all right. I'll give him a pass on that but Kevin you could afford any phone you want. Why would you get an se? Well I mean if I have a phone. That's not not really functioning right now. So did nothing. Yeah and so you know getting the SEC. It's just like the latest and it's small. I actually prefer to have something a little bit slimmer and I don't typically we use cases because I like to dislike him in and out of my pocket. I think this one will just be a little bit. More durable seems that way anyway. I- tempered glass screen protectors will change your life. Yeah I hate putting green. Well I know but I went from breaking screen every three to six months to having not broken one in. I don't know awfully long time per class break instead or nothing breaks. Tempered glass breaks. There's going to be called 'em film They sell them on Amazon. They'RE CHEAP. They're like seven bucks for two or something like that The tempered glass essentially distributes the force. You'll fracture the glass but you'll fracture the tempered glass. It'll protect the screen below it. I mean I'm sure you start wail at against a concrete wall you can shatter the screen but it feels. It doesn't feel like plastic than it feels more like glass glass glass. Yeah I surprised us. Yeah so yeah. I don't want the soft plastic. It doesn't feel right so this There's once you apply it first of all. It's easier applied in plastic because you don't get bubbles and stuff and once you play it. Does it feel the same as the phone did without it. As far as I'm concerned at this point I got so tired at one point. I went through like three screens and in year. Eight months or a year and then I started using the tempered glass ones and I just simply refuse to operate a phone without a tempered glass screen protector because you know There was the one point where I had a screen shatter and I didn't have time to get it fixed and I couldn't find the parts for amending a little pieces of glass embedded might come at this point. I can't really you know gorilla glass whatever versus tempered glass. My thumb can't feel the difference so I'm happy and my screen's aren't breaking I'm SURPRI- Kevin. I thought you'd be a for some reason. I just I mean I have a certain probably incorrect vision of you. A one plus eight guy. I just thought you'd get that new one plus the one plus. Yeah no not an android guy at all. Yeah Dabble an android. And it's like every year. Get super excited. I get the latest Pixel or whatever maybe just because I want to try it out. I just you know the Polish. I always expect it to be the year for Andrey I get the device. I installed my APPS and it's not. It's the deer the desktop Lennox. And it'll be something really cool that comes out on Iowa so like some type of new APP or you know a new product. And then you'll get it on android and you'll be like damn they just they. They didn't hire enough android engineers. This is a crappy version of version. Yeah so it's it's a bummer. It's yeah that's funny because I feel like the dark tipper would want to have like his own roms. Yeah I don't know I guess those days are you. You don't have time for that kind of stuff. Well I do still love to dabble. You know. It's like I think I do have a pixel it's it's actually next to my bed and I use it at night when my life charging yes. Yeah and I. You know as part of my job. I'm I'm looking at the different New STARTUPS NEW APPS. And things like that so I'm always installing so I have to have an android device. So that's that's what I use my pixel for your ad. Actually I o s only those. I remember Well I'm not talking about mind talking about ones that I'm I'm funding is a venture capitalist. Ones that I'm trying to to find the best end so okay the meditation APP that you did what it Gasso was. Only I was in the same is zero the internet faster. Yeah as you're actually has android now so have you kind of spun those off or do you still are you? So actively involved yes so. Those two are now under one umbrella. Company called Big Sky Health. That a former colleague of mine at dig. Mike Maser is running them fulltime. So we've since funded them at true ventures which is where I work and yeah they're doing great Zero is for an imminent. Fasting has been insane. I used it for a while. It's really good. Yeah we've been doing over twenty thousand downloads a day now and I think we had fifty five million fast done so far. So it's it's been crazy. It's crazy to watch that grow. So Robert I'm figuring you're definitely a Pixel Guy Yup got finally got one got one google fire. I think that's probably the Google phone. Yeah and for that alone. It's the simplicity of the billing the international support for travel. I never have to think about it. So the first addition of the revenge the screensavers the fifteen year old addition. You were singing. The praises of horizon and Kevin Johnson says Verizon's great. I'm still on Verizon. Okay I will say I have a Google fi that just sits there as like my data only option and then if I'm going international like Robert said is just like you turn that on tether them to each other and then you don't even have to worry about it because the yeah the billing and everything is is horrible internationally. I HAVE FI- on my ipad because it works. It's T- comes t mobile but it works and I do have a pixel for with With Fi- so I agree with you. It's probably the best. It's the best. It's better than the big four. We do custom rooms. He's just to have that. Pure Google experience with a period or experience and ever since it will start doing their own. Phone that yeah. Yeah and does it bug? You ever paid full price again. Well that's that's what I was GONNA say. Does it bug you how much everybody now charges? It's like a thousand bucks is table stakes for a phone. I was no problem if it's truly worth it if it's something on like the build level of Samsung device a high end Samsung device with the most epic screen and build quality. That's generally ride. But on the other hand I preferred the integrated features that the Pixel phone actually has in terms of the assistant use and again. I'll go back to having just basic stuff built in like a good. Vpn service even though it using third party. Google actually has one built into their pixel phones. That's Pretty Damn Nice actually and go back. Their customer service has been nothing but absolutely superb and I'd never have to think about billing. Yeah it's just like I can't really screw it up and it's about perfect you can use that on any phone though right like you could take Google fi salmon. Use It on say Samsung phone. That would be. That would be fine. See the only thing I think you missed out on would be things like doing if you even use the feature having your email or your voice messages read to you or something or the text translation of them that it all might requires global hardware to do or the Moto g six does it. But to switch between T. mobile sprint and US cellular. That was remember. It was the big thing that finds. Yeah dial as well with the integrated support for blocking spam calls or the assistant just answering calls for me and give me a summary of what the hell it was. I absolutely love. So that's specific. That's Google specific. That's on the Here's the thing guys like. I gotTa tell you. All this stuff is so awesome. I agree that Google does Khomeini amazing things especially on the side. Like it's just it's way better than anything. Siri can do right. The issue is messaging messaging is so broken by. Yeah now. They've taken the worst thing Dow they. Now it's google meat and Google chat on on the ski sweet. They took the word hangouts out. Which makes me really worry because hangouts is the only cross platform messaging solutions. So that's what I use on fi signal for everything say can't make signal your default SMS APP on Android Anymore. And you can. You can't do it. You can't oh I didn't know that I I've been using and just have to use apple's messages you for for SMS right. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah you can. You can use it on on Apple. The here's why I don't use signal I remember. Now it's time to a phone number for a normal person. That's fine but if you have if you like. Kevin and maybe me and you have more than one phone. It's no good. You Bernard Phone Leo you just. This is the one on my bedside table. Most of the game I keep my school. Google voice account around just for having that burner number and an account and texting system. That you know what I'll give that out to the public so if I use the google voice number then I could put signal on every phone and just say Oh. It's this number. This is it's number. I don't think that work. I have a separate number for both. I have my so you have to signal accounts. That'S THE PROBLEM. You have one free phone number. I only use signal. You can only do it to your main numbers. That's that's the problem if signal. Look what we just need apple messages with Android Support. We need something that works on. Irs and Android That has a desktop client. That's not tied to a phone number. Frankly that to me is a privacy issue with signal. I don't know why they do that because I know they published a couple of documents recently outlining how they're aware of that buried condition and how it is an issue for a lot of people to join up and it is something. I know the number and they have a way. They've come up with might actually work but they needed to get it implemented in right now. I think they're more concerned about that. New Trust Act or whatever the hell it was that was looking to circumvent and the earning act. Oh yeah that's the name. It's Ernie is more clever than I than I thought I could give. Congress credit for because Congress and the Department of Justice and every government in the world is trying to eliminate end to end encryption. Their position is oh no law enforcement needs to be able to know everything you're doing or we can't stop child pornography or terrorists or whatever. The offensive flavor of the month is but the but the problem is at least in the US. They've done it in Russia they've done in Australia. They've done it in Sweden They've done it in many countries where they say. No no you can't have end to end. Encryption it's up to the signal or whoever you're GonNa make an a plain text version available on forsman if they ask for it. They can't do it in the US because people like us. We'll get up arms so they thought they were clever. Oh we gotta I know will threaten to withhold section to thirty protections the ones that say not responsible for the content on your website your blog you know the the comments on your blog or the videos on YouTube. You're not you can't go to jail or be sued for those because you're just a carrier but they say if that protection you have to earn it by. Yeah you gotta earn it. By following quote best practices in terms of encryption or just in terms of offering your best practices but what they're really team has encryption and who is the final arbiter best practices. Sure they've created a committee but it's all deferential. To the Attorney General the United States of America one William Bar who thinks incriptions the worst thing that ever happened so Stein and Dianne Feinstein who is one of the sponsors of the earn it act so Dick Blumenthal and other sponsor said it's not a bad encryption. We just don't want child pornography. What COMPANIES TO BE RESPONSIBLE? They have to earn their section to thirty protection. But it is about encryption. The funny thing is Dick Blumenthal is going on and on about how you gotta use encryption that needs cut sponsoring this stupid act. It's very offensive. And it's just it's or willow. They don't realize that this is a whack. A mole game encryption is never going away right so you down messaging and guess what you just take up file text file encrypted put it on dropbox chat with someone else you go back and forth and you just keep doing them and it's like it's so ridiculous it's just people are gonna find ways around this. Have you ever used? I loved Magic wormhole about that. That the problem. The problem with using dropbox is dropbox has a copy of courses encrypted but it's there and they you know maybe that sets up a red flag or something magic wormholes point to point so if. I want to send Patrick A secret plan to dominate the world. I would I would use magic weren't hold encrypted and it would give me you know an English pass phrase you know nasal walnut glow nasal walnut. And then I would call. Patrick said Glow Nasal Walnut and hang up. Then Patrick Fire up his magic wormhole type glow nasal walnut and it would do a peer to peer connection. And so no third part. Well I guess the phone company know about it can bit torn had something like that Dan. Recently Right Yeah. Something they did. That was encrypted like that. The problem with bittorrent resilient zillow is they never they never talked about the they never. It's not open source never revealed the protocol So it seems like a good idea. Yeah you'd have a unique identifier. Anyway what are we talking about Google Fi? Oh Yeah and the IPHONE so I hope this doesn't depress you Kevin but John Prosser who by the way I don't I don't know who this guy is. But he's been leaking on twitter and he had every detail of the IPHONE. Se including the name before anybody else did. He even said the release date would be Wednesday. Just tweeted a couple of days ago should have some iphone. Se Plus News for you soon. Really odd there's another one coming. Is that the larger version. The larger version PEOPLE ARE UNHAPPY. About how large this one is. Four point seven the naming conventions of the IPHONES are so confusing. Well Anyway Yeah. I think I'm going to get one I think is is You get the plus. I love the exile. Wasn't that a nice phone. What's the difference between a SE plus an x? Are No you're confusing views. I think Mobile Senate. Are they going to still send me a still? Send Me An iphone. Se Mitt Mobile. Yeah I just want like I phone. Fourteen small medium large. Wouldn't that be nice? That'd be so great that'd be so good and then we all understand is gone on a big screen little screen tiny screen. How about how about the magic keyboard that apple also said that's going to be available to literally they said. May It's now going to be available this week. The twenty fourth coming. Of course you. Well I've listened. I'm telling you the IPAD with the mouse. Combo is really fantastic agree. I've been using it like that and it is it is so great to finally see some innovation on the outside the mouse turns into the object. It's touching I love. That's really cool. Yeah that's something every that's brilliant because then you know what you're doing it turns out that the button you know. That's a button. Click if I click that button I think I agree with you. And I and I and I've felt for a long time. The twelve point nine inch ipad is amazing hardware that somehow the software just isn't living up to the promise this should. This is a laptop so they finally putting a laptop keyboard. It's the same keyboard is on their macbook air in the sixteen inch. Mac Pro. They're putting it on a hinge. So it's kind of a little bit more. It's even got charging plug on the side. This it turns it into a laptop. Yeah bring hundred fifty dollars just so much money for what an IPHONE SE? But yeah no I but I really think I was excited when they announced it because it felt to me like apple finally said yes. We are going to turn the IPAD into your laptop. And this is how we're GONNA do it like it's more bridging the code. They need to start pulling all of the basically eliminating the Intel processors from the laptop lineup over the next couple years replacing after they announced this. I thought Oh. They don't need to because the laptops or the trucks as Steve Jobs famously. Said and the depth of the trucks for the people are doing coding Video editing lunching rocket ships the ipads the computer. Everybody else will want normal. People will want and then we don't have to. We can keep Intel because they really need the horsepower. Frankly so they can keep until in the trucks and then he and then arm for everything else. You think they're gonNA put arm on the trucks. I think they're going to try to. They'll probably start with with the heirs and work your way up from there. I. It's it's going to be interesting to see because also It's it's been kind of crazy watching the The new processors from amd desktop or the laptop and the performance on those for what? You're paying is spectacular. Yeah 'cause or you just like this like suggest top story but it a laptop and at all I it's because we're looking at Especially peak from PC. Per and I were talking about this Earlier this year. We were really excited. But we're waiting to see what the battery life like in the battery life. Wow look bad. So you know the the they're just they're just kicking ass is at amd right now and Intel has to be looking at a like a year two years of reorganising and reorganizing in trying to get back on their pace. I mean they've you know they've they've been off in their process technology for a while. They just didn't care about power users Particularly because they gotta go. We'll give another five percent this year. Ten percent that year And now all of a sudden. Am Jesus pushing them hard? And I think it's you know we've been looking at processors and everyone coming up with custom processors for the phones and I think it's you know like qualcomm is going to be competing not just with apple but with you know it seemed like everybody else in the planet at this point in terms of arm designs. I feel like they're starting to get enough power out of arm or they're going to take over the low end Intel processors and able to do things that kind of customize it to run their code better. We'll see a couple of years. Speaking of amd did you see that. They are now power in the next generation. Ps fives and the next generation. Xbox as well both of them okay. That's huge sides. That's crazy. Yeah and they're finally going to catch on ray tracing which invidious own for the past lower I think it was. I think it was those console processors it gave them the money to sit down and kind of you know. Blow up the architecture and start over from scratch on the desktop side. There's something we would have been shocked to be talking about fifteen years ago five nanometer processes doing it arms doing it Who would have thought in fact? I seem to remember that. You have quantity of quantum. Tunneling problems have seven animators. I don't know how they're doing five. Dan was crazy as. Amd is isn't even doing. They're not exactly a Taiwan will be crazy. The idea that Intel would lose the lead and process technology and TSMC would bypass them. I mean that's the thing. That's kind of like Whoa. What happened Intel What Ha what did happen to tell. What the Hell happened that? Until they couldn't even get to ten nanometers as you go. Check the right around the corner. Are they in Oregon? Access close That that really is an interesting thing to me. And I and I feel like do you think we are now at the literal limits for Moore's law. I mean five nanometers to light next photonic process. It's going to be the next one of the avenue of making everything going faster than it is today with no end in sight for that especially for specific projects to I mean Intel's already experimenting with only it'd be nice to see natural project or a product but for right now on building a new box for myself as a workstation. Amd I'm not even. I'm not look Intel so I have not said that in probably like fifteen years. I can't even recall the last time it was exactly remember at the screen savers. We are rooting for. Amd because they were sticking it to Intel and they were keeping keeping the overall processor prices down and they were really improving efficiency and made Intel step up and for a while Amd was on the rocks. And now they're back again. It's a fun battle. It's been a battle for a long time. I bought I bought an amd four eighty six DX to eighty which was a forty core base within two multiplier because it was so much cheaper than the. Intel's you know and I was like I was really happy with the purchase of two seventy five or one hundred dollars in the processor if you played halo on. That was a long time ago. I don't even know what was that game. You guys were playing counter. Strike Windows three point. One for workgroups is what I was doing the Land Party and the screen savers. It was Bungee but it was the predecessor to Halo Marathon. You're playing marathon on it right. I think I was playing back then. Wolf three or unreal tournament. Somebody said unreal tournament. Maybe I remember we were playing quake. Three right we're playing that right team rapist. Amazing team arena. Yeah you guys would like blow me up all the time. It's always a fun feeling thing. Prager did he was like you had a circle of rocket guns. And you're making you're making like people bouncing the air or something you could turn on the mods right so you like zero gravity minds. Yeah yeah the Land Party was a lot of fun but I felt like Carson later told me it's BEF- pre pretext. Tv back when we were doing the site that Because they were playing. Hey that's when they're playing marathon. Maybe because it was all in Max That they were told to gang up on me. Management said that. Leo's a Dick Co. Go get him karston right. Am I kidding? I'm making that up. Maybe Carson's making that up. I find that I find that very hostile. We are reliving. The golden years with our good golden friends Kevin Rose who is now at true ventures. You're are you angel or or just one of the partners. What do we do see it in series as so very area early? Yeah that's cool. You like that right because you get to see these guys when they're first starting up and Oh yeah outlet along the way. It's my favorite part of a business. It's like you know one or two people just getting together the initial idea. Sometimes they have mockup sometimes they have prototypes. And it's so much fun to see. You know what you think is going to be something massive. But it's taken a few years so It's bleeding edge stuff which I've always enjoyed so you went so as an entrepreneur you created dig and I remember you were on the cover of business. Week is the sixty million dollar man which you quickly told us was not anywhere near the truth was yeah that was just a made up. Yeah but So you but you. You exited that after I convinced. Create dig four. That's right all your fault. It was my fault. I have a t shirt that says four was my idea amazing. If you want to take that blame it on. We'll take the blame because I remember telling you. You know the only thing missing on dig is you should let the what was it. Let the users. I can't remember what it was but it was something that really was. A bad idea was not your fault. You had nothing to do with it for listen to me then either. All right okay. But it's kind of unfortunate because after after dig was very successful this these this guy named Alexis. Oh Hainian Steve. Huffman came along and said Oh. We should do something like that call. We'll call it. Read it and dig passed away. 'cause everybody game dig and Panyu had massive gaming issues which was really unfair massive. Sampras hit it hard and somehow read it avoided that and they got all the glory when you really deserved it. Because it was your idea they just made a clone. Frankly it's like you know. These things are all every idea practically that I launched is some type of modification or iterating on somebody else's thinking so I don't really look I actually don't look back on the road at Notre Dame is being I think actually I have on my phone I use it. I'm GonNa some some bread. It's fantastic. I love it. It's my only social network really and I you know I know. I've interviewed Steve and Alexis. Alexis is now like a movie star. Because he married Serena Williams so But it's it's you know they were just one of us and they you know Steve wrote it enlist for crying out loud the first the first version of read it. We thought this is a terrible idea. But so then after dig. What did you do you you was that when you start a milk or you were doing revision? Three you were doing dig nation revision three DIG Nation. I started dabbling in Angel. Investing back then. It was a really good time company called. I remember you told me about it. I don't know what had happened to twitter. I think it was yeah. Twitter was was well. I'm I was very lucky in that. When you're in the bay area two thousand four in the beginning of Web two porno you know you get to know. All these other founders. So that's sure that was very fortunate that I that I got to invest in some of those companies early stage twitter money and Do you still do wristwatches? The last time I saw you I think we were at the French laundry With a bunch of other people for a wristwatch company. I can't remember with Dinky so there. Yeah it'd be set a New York console I haven't seen them in a while but I will get out there at some point still do watches or or you moved onto another fetish I'm I'm an apple wa I'm quantified self after all those fancy expensive Swiss watches. So here's the deal. I can appreciate the dying art and craftsmanship that goes into some of that style dying hard you go to Japan and you meet some of these It really small independent watchmakers. These spend six months making a single watching. It's it's an amazing thing to witness but it is a it is a Very specialized limited saying absolutely. Actually the Apple Watch is pretty much put Swiss watch makers at business. I think it happened a little before. Did it yeah? It'd be the quartz movement. I think was kind of kicking at one point when you could get a fifty dollar watch. It was more accurate than that watch took a year to build. Yeah price anymore. I was GONNA say there's probably murderous now for mechanical watches today than there was even like ten or fifteen years to go just in terms of whether or not I doubt there any more affordable but for especially for good one but there are some of them are hundreds of thousands of dollars. They're really works of art. They're works of art which I can admire from a distance. Let's take a little break. We'll talk more with Kevin. Rose Patrick Norton Robert Heron will catch up with all three of them and just a little bit. Our show today brought to you by. It PRO TV fifty anniversary. It pro. Tv's not quite as old. But they were based on the same notion affect. I remember that Tim and the founders they were. It trainers they came to little panel. We did it. Nabc some years ago. We talked about what we'd done with twin. They said boy interested do something like that around. It training and it. Pro TV was born. 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It pro dot TV slash twit offer code twit thirty it pro TV builder expand your it career and enjoy the journey These are great guys doing some really high wonderful content. That's helping people get fantastic jobs and this is a good time maybe to get it touch. It yeah that eight plus helped me land a couple jobs. Actually one of the Nevada test sites. And if you you know if I mean if you know this stuff but you can't prove you know it right. The cert is the way you get in the door. Then you have experienced and you can say look I got the experience and you can keep going from there. But it's often that first entry level job without assert. They don't know that I still remember of my Questions from the task was give us one. We can answer it okay. Let's see if any of you can get this. This'll be a good one. What I R Q as compared to on by default. Oh I know the answer to this man wait a minute wait a minute was it. Ought to even or even odd. I'm trying to remember. I WANNA say hugh thirteen but compost. No no it's lower than that. I'm GONNA SAY IRA Q. Don't look at the chat room on. No I'M NOT GONNA say one one no two. That's easy I are cute too. Is I was so happy when those Modem started doing you. I used to never had stuff remember. Irq Conflicts. Oh that's what I'm saying. When they said he'd doing auto shared I shared the same thyroid Q. Interrupted Rep request. And then he got a little jumper out over such a nightmare. I that chat room new. I think chatroom new. Did they argue five? That's the sound card. Yeah get it right guys. Come on talk about worthless knowledge today right. We don't have serious. We don't have serial ports anymore or is they have a couple of really old computers that it's good to at least know where to find that Info for when if you WANNA try to get them working again so there's a huge movement for playing vintage video and when I say read from the Eighties Nineties. You know the early odds now. Where Sembwang Yeah? He's a Gamer review on Youtube L. Gr Look that up. It's the guy's been doing it a while awesome channel. There's a lot of channels out there like that but L. Gr Youtube is just one of those GonNa channels where it's remember demand dedicated to the older stuff. I downloaded a leisure suit. Larry the first one and I was like. Oh my God. What is this opening so horn? Even we had what was his name. L. Cameras Last name we had him on. What was his name? Al Something the creator of Leisure suit Larry Laffer. He's not the right name. Feel like I don't WanNa say dead. But I feel Larry Larry. Laffer was leaders Larry's last name. Yeah he was called. Larry laffer was. Oh Allo. Allo is seventy three years old and I think i. I think he's still doing it. I think you I feel like I read that. He just released an update to this leisure. Suit Larry Land of the lounge lizards was originally came out in nineteen eighty seven hundred ninety one and kick. Start Out of twenty thirteen remake. Yeah and in two thousand eighteen leisure suit. Larry Welt wet dreams. Don't dry give you some idea that kind of humor. You always a great guy. Though I loved aloe he was who I catch you kind of miss that I miss the old days and I miss the people because it was a different now. It's very corporate and And you deal Kevin with all the startup guys. But I like the old days when you know suffer came in a Ziplock bag with xerox tax reduction and the people wrote it where people more like us back Ubs days exactly sorry. I'm like having flashbacks to getting fido. Net to run. Allie ALLISON IMPOSSIBLE. Nets this ups. Yes I L- I shared a house with. Fighter Nets this up so I didn't have to become a five hundred society but it was just part of me is like I haven't established but so much of what you can do now is so much easier. Oh Yeah You know I don't know I'm torn you know I find I had a nineteen eighty four eighty five set up one of the first Mac. Bbs It was a fight on that it was in San Francisco's. Tom Jennings is San Francisco crater doughnut. So he used to talk to him from time to time and yeah it was very different. Now it's much easier but it's some SORTA easier Patrick dot. It's sort of harder to though don't you think I don't know I i. it's different. He's lot more. There's a lot more in those days. If you knew the interrupts you know you only had one or two hard drive models right I at this point. It's also it's it's amazing like how many things are just completely unfixable by an end user If if it doesn't work it's probably impossible for you to get it fixed. You know without accessing some level two level three tech It's kind of amazing Also I don't know I've I've I've liked laughing. Is I think like you know operating system. Updates used to be a big deal now. We have windows as a service which on some days. I adore another days. When like I remember you know my system rebooting right before recording a podcast and discovering that it had wiped out The drivers for my camera. my focus right and the keyboard here. Ok here's a story. That just came out that I think illustrates how difficult it is for end users and this is right up your alley Patrick. It turns out that a lot of the big nasty drives being sold by Western digital seagate and others are using a technique called S. M. R. Shingle dhx media recording or shingle. I'm sorry shingle. Magnetic recording and there is a real flaw in SF. It's slow. It's really slow. It gives you higher densities because it's like a roof shingle. It's it's it's layering the data Multiple on same data multiple. I'm sorry different data on the same track and is really slow you down. It's not the kind of most hard drives are are conventional magnetic recording but the problem is. There's no way of knowing right if this nasty drive you bought is an sm our drive and as a result unsuitable for use on an ass. Well I mean the the the simplest ways just you by the purples or the red zone and know the Western digital reds are shingles at least some of them. That's infuriating. I've started using seagate drives of late for all of my hard drive needs. I had ran into a couple issues with some Western digital drives. And I use Monas- boxes surveillance systems that are constantly writing not allowed to read performance. Really I don't really need that side of it but it is writing like ninety nine point nine percent of the time to a bunch of drives and most people especially once you start getting into systems that are at least eight drives or more than vibrations become an issue and that's really the case and the drives salt. Ask to be rated properly. We were just talking about the good old days with operating systems. Transitions was just this this this multitasking environment. Where now it really just Kinda? It used to be back in the day. We ran one APP at a time at full speed. If you want to close the nap and do something else so be it. But that seems to have opened the means for a lot of people just to get themselves in trouble like you accidentally clicked the wrong email link while doing something else and it will wipe out wipe out a system or make. Your Life are very bad actors out there. Do you think Kevin's the dark tipper. He always hated. Yeah I like to rub it in though they do. You think it's different now that they're hacking today is different. I mean you did system. You did a lot of hacking stuff All of it benign all of it white hat. Do you think the bad guys have gotten worse? I mean the thing is I certainly a little bit more paranoid than I used to be about everything. I just assume if I'm putting anything online it's going to get out there and I treat my own home security quite differently than I have in the past But you know I'm not familiar with the latest and greatest tools that are that are going on that good. You couldn't do it dark. Tipper show these days out these days. You're you're all growed up that's right. I couldn't either for that matter for that. We have people like Father Robert and we bring in other people Go to Defcon blackout. I don't know I don't think there'll be a defcon or black priests man. The priests are good at those freezes. Carry good these are cards for Senator? They know so quick update to the to Sheba seagate are also to. She'd been secretive. Yeah yeah shipping drives per because they can do fewer more data with fewer platters and it I if you read the Ars Technica article at fuse. I Western digital said. Oh no no. We're not doing that. Oh Okay we did on one drive which never made it a concern okay. We are doing it but it's like it was very embarrassing for Western digital. It makes me really think. I think they're going to get stomped on this one in pulled back from it. I. I don't think it's something you can really survive if they start wiping out. Nast performance Good I could be wrong. It's frustrating because so many of the really you know they're only there's not a whole lot of sites to him really serious Really serious You know Dr Reviews or or or SSD reviews anymore you know. Tano is the last the late great now. He's at Intel plays a bit. Don't they do the storage pods for their good because they of course they use a lot of drives in fact I think they may have been the ones that revealed this scan. They publish their data every other failures. They use what they buy. And how many hours? And it's pretty detailed as you want to get into so. Google's done that too in the past. Yeah you WANNA look at. Somebody's got thousands and thousands of drives tens of thousands of WHO's reliable but it also confirmed some as like. Hey if you spend more money on a you know helium based Dr Than. You're going to actually get a better result but you know they're also part of the thing of doing it back as being like we can use consumer grade hardware and spread things out enough that they resented. Yeah so I don't think fifteen years ago we would have thought. Oh Yeah I just bought a sixteen terabyte helium full drive for four hundred bucks. We'd have been like what sixteen no you mean gigabytes. No I mean terabytes mind boggling. Yeah it's awesome mind boggling. I don't think anybody anticipated the densities. That would go up or that. Eventually solid state would get almost as inexpensive as as spinning media one terabyte. Ssd's for ten cents. A gigabyte tech finally broke that ten cents a barrier and also pushing rewrite speeds four gigabytes per seconds Boggling God and he can put it right on the motherboard. So don't even need drives walk. Apple's done very well with that teat. They put the T to chip in there. Which gives you a whole bunch of features include security. Of course it's their fingerprint reader on the Mac books or the The more modern I MACs MAC. Pros have but it's also it's also the disk controller so they can put bear nand chips on the motherboard. And that's there that's there. You can't upgrade it. But that's their that's their. Ssd pretty remarkable very very fast and VM. Drives Cheese I bought a two terabyte. Nba Me Drive to put on my X. P. S. Thirteen for two hundred bucks is ice. Mind Boggling and did you guys all use. Ssd's now have you any reason. Suspending drive for anything. Cheap storage and Javed says spinning drive. I'M NOT GONNA use it. As my workstation. My main drive is an SST in the habit. Equivalent size Like a Western digital black drivers. Something that I've had for a long time. That's the typical setup somebody asks yeah the fusion. He's the hybrid. Kevin Starr why what's wrong with that? Kevin There's nothing wrong with that. Oh don't let shaming. That's a horrible a tear. I am at like no no. It's a brand name for apple. Came up with this hybrid solution until two their terrible. That's why not well equipped to boot close. It has a very small. Sst and a big spinning drive and then it tries to figure out. Oh He's GonNa use this again. I'll put it on the SST. Are you editing video on that system? Are you with like I'm just doing fine? I mean you can be like you know it could be fast or if you just spend more money and then move. Everything and seldom does Apple Still Sell Fusion drives. Do get this Mac that long ago. Let me see what year it is a two thousand nine hundred Nineteen Act. Yeah Yeah No. I'm not a big fan of the fusion. I think it's a needlessly complex especially nowadays with five years ago when when SSD's were so expensive but it's the default drive in the I mech. She's funny is when you're when you're on the I mac the arena Indiapol- configuration page. It's like a little processor. E Two hundred dollars and then it's like Ram like another two dollars like Oh gosh me I probably should. And then by the time he autumn. I'm like I'll just take the fusion drive like it's GonNa Save Save a little money I did buy the new macbook air and it's all right. I just closed it. It's all right. It's it's real keyboard. Finally but a decent. Why did you get that? If you have the new the new IPAD with the with the mouse coming Kevin. This is my job. That's what I tell my new piece of like Harvard. Come in and she's like. Did you really need another like on like I have to? I have I have to have one of this part of what I do which is really the only reason I got in this business because I know I was a DJ. And I and I bought a computer in nineteen seventy eight and I said she's offers real expensive. Oh my a floppy drive custody thousand dollars so I said how can I ford this alright for magazines? They'll send me free stuff. It's literally why I got this. I WanNa know woods and Roberts box speaking of stuff to review. He's got that like what is the white box. It's audio equipment. And you couldn't tell us now I can't embargoed or is it Healing terrible brand. Now I'll tell you but I said all right. I can probably say the brand. I just keep my mouth. Don't do setbacks the prototype and that's the final shipping one. So I WANNA I wanna take a break and then I'm GonNa have. I wanted to talk about audio equipment because we got Robert. He Got Patrick here. Kevin here and I'm curious what you guys use and what you recommend. I think it might be. This is something nobody talks about anymore right audio for yourself. Well I know you guys do on Av Excel. That's why I want to ask because I feel like I don't know I feel like a people care anymore. Dolby ATMOS- On netflix. I don't why do you have to have a sound coming from up there? What are you bouncing off? If you sit through and first of all you don't want to do balance one of these. You know what? Do your commercial all right. I'M GONNA run to the everybody. Go to the bathroom the bathroom. This is your chance. Smoke them if you got them and I'm going to do a commercial and just sit here too bad. I don't have a catheter and we'll be back. We'll talk audio. It is so fun you see. This is how twit got started. Because I love these guys and it's so much fun to talk about tech with other people who have equal passion for the subject and frankly we get into the nitty gritty much more than I get to these days. Robert Herron is here from AV Excel Inherent Fidelity. That's his business. Patrick Norton was here. But we're getting a beautiful view of the of the wood paneling and his. Rv He's also on the Excel And and former host of this we computer hardware. We'll we'll talk about that when we come back Because we had we had to let that one go Kevin rose is also here. Kevin are you doing a podcast still I just I do my Kevin Roadshow whenever you feel like it. Yeah like every few weeks. I don't have any sponsors. It's nothing crazy. It's just something fun I do. Chat Room is asking the you go out and grind in that rail while we're taking a break. Yeah just take your skateboard keyboard out. Gr- do a little grinding. Our show you why was. Sabi hot. Cloud storage hot. Yeah you'd think it hot like with the with. Saba you get with your Sushi. No no no. This is sort of like that. It's hot cloud storage Juno. Everybody's moving to the cloud. Now I'll give you. I was talking to my friend David Friend. Who's the founder of a Sabi? Really Great Guy. Love this guy and we're talking about how more and more people have realized that they can't do on Prem what they WANNA do they have to go to the cloud. He talked about a A building downtown Boston put security cameras up as one does all over the place. Those security cameras are streaming about a megabyte every minute. It's actually a mega bit. So yes even more than that. It's a lot of data and there's a lot of cameras and all of a sudden they realize if we keep buying hard drives it's GonNa cost us a mint. Put It in the cloud in most cases was Sabi is less expensive and more secure than your on premises storage. If you need storage we all do you need with Sabi. If your managed service provider you're gonNA love with Sabi because it costs you less. That means you can charge less and still earn more. Money was Sabi uses a patented technology. Only they have it of writing to disk. They right into data in blocks not sectors and it saves them so much that they're eighty percent cheaper than Amazon's s three that means they're significantly less expensive even than on prem storage affect typically. You can store data in the cloud with Saba for less than the annual cost of the maintenance fees on the on Prem Storage. I remember how much are San used to cost? I get much more storage for much much. Less and was Sabas. Disruptive Price Performance Model makes buying cloud storage. Just kind of the natural no brainer. There are two ways to pay. You can pay as you go like you would normally and by the way was. Sabi is about five ninety nine per terabyte per month. It's really affordable or you can pay one time with what they call reserved capacity storage. This is another way resolve. He's really innovating with Saab. Is Reserved Capacity Storage makes buying cloud storage and natural dishes of your on Prem Storage. 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Take a look at this reserve. Capacity storage is something new. They just introduced. It is really disrupting the industry. I know you'd probably say at what I never heard of them. I know Google Microsoft Amazon. You better know a Sabi you better. It's a better way join. The Movement migrate to the cloud with confidence was Sabi W ASAP DOT COM and. Don't forget the offer code twit. These guys are great. I know them. Well I'm really proud to work with them and I'm very happy with their offering is so superior with Sabi Dot Com. It's kind of you know it's an enterprise play but I also know a lot of individuals are using this for all sorts of interesting things just a brilliant way to go. Sabi all right. Everybody's back refreshed. Oh Yeah Oh Yeh baby tell me that was a dramatization. That was very nice. Well Kevin do you listen to music anymore? You'RE A dad kids. You do yeah. I'm a big audio file. More on the kind of vintage vinyl side but Elli Jaffe turntable. And all that I do yeah. I guess you're in Portland. You have to buy records right. They don't even allow CDs in the town limits. I think now Cd's loud tapes are allowed but yeah laser disc laserdisc baby. You still have a LASERDISC. I'd be if you did God I. I missed my laser discs. I had you know such great stuff on my LASERDISC. It looks so cool to pulled one out. Yeah the CD's or rain about a dollar each on Ebay. If you really want the experience the player right you gotta get exactly and then the only bad thing about laser this is you have to get up and turn it over halfway through the movie. Although the fancy people had the Ones that would turn themselves over. Guess Yeah so what do you listen to? What's Your Stereo setup? Kevin my Syria set up. Is I A FRIEND OF MINE'S DAD manufacturers. These little handmade tube amp turntable. All in ones. Yeah what was called. It's called us. Symbol modern record console. Check it out. It's how you symbol spelled as Y. M. B. O. L. K. symbol modern record console. And it's a it's a fantastic little setup and you don't have to worry about anything it's just all in one and then it also Fetish level audio though. But you say that Paul Beautiful but that's dollars right there. Oh Oh my gosh everything and look at the tubes. Can you tell the difference? They say tubes are warmer yeah. They introduced second order. Harmonic that's pleasing to the ear. And if you enjoy it's man I don't even want to so it's not it's actually inaccurate because it's adding something it's a lot of people enjoy. Is it accurate no inches have to be accurate? What you like. Yeah Yeah it's it's I mean these are beautiful even includes the speakers. Yeah it has everything on one. And you're gonNA evening airplay to it as well as a little. A built in digital component to tie into. That's awesome oh decent stereo separation with the speakers. I close together. Yeah I mean it's actually pretty wide But you know it's it's it's a pretty small space and it just like I'd throw on records that are already scratchy and it adds to it. It's just a beautiful thing to to have to do you. Are you buying new record and keep your old record collection now? You can buy You know just good. Quality old vintage stock like new stock and go get the heavy vinyl thirty ounces or whatever they call eight hundred eighty five gram audio. File grade vital. Thank you very much Patrick. The really well the really crazy stuff is like the forty-five RPM LP's so it'll turn like a coltrane album into like six or eight sides or something she's It's Oh wow. I think Kevin's got the right thing like you know by something cool throw it on their enjoy the scratches and just roll with it. This is so much better than buying a Mac pro might just get it. No you won't be sorry is it is it is a work of art. Oh my God and he builds these by hand one by one probably right. That's right yeah took me a couple of months to get mine. Well if I ever make it big. That would be a nice thing. They have some other ones as well. That was smaller one. They have see which one is called. One can dream but you can also get amazing sanding gear that costs a fraction of what that console will cost. You can also by used. You can buy vintage consoles and have somebody go through it for. It's one of my neighbors back where you live in Alameda. Bought vintage like you know old fifties sixties consoles big massive units. And he would you know either. Use those for parts for other consoles or You know restore them you know fix them up and and and either resell them or keep them That it's you know it's fascinating to watch. Cause the entire auto industry is kind of moving in two directions simultaneously. One of the things it's kept US alive is home. Theater surround sound now that we're all home watching a lot more. Tv people don't build stereo systems anymore. But they might be building a home theater system that doubles as a stereo system right. It's it's yeah it's moving. It's funny because like the the audio file people get really in many cases. Get really pissy about surround sound because it's like well. It's your optimizing for the reproduction of this. You know surround experience but not the two channel audio experience. The vinyl people hate anybody. Who's using anything digital or for that matter for many cases it's funny to watch because when you go into the forums there's so much infighting it's it's Kinda hysterical to watch you know the the headphone the speaker people trash talking the headphone people that headphone people talking about why they're experience is better and It's it's it's there's moments where I've just light. There's so much hate. Just shut up and listen to what you like. You got a great point. It's funny I don't even have a any type of surround soun- or any type of speaker system hooked up to my TV. I just think the default built in speakers of what I listened to the fusion drive of television is but like I don't care I would much rather listen to something amazing on vinyl thing. You really aren't a music. Wow you watch. Do you watch bubis at all or do you watch any like high-quality television series at all? I do watch high-quality. I'm on Ozark right now and then. I've left basketball. We'll watch like two hours of TV week by wife and I we don't really watch. Tv basketball was on. We just watched it on an IPAD. Though it's amazing it's amazing. How good the soundtracks are on television series now and just even putting a simple set of stereo speakers or a sound Bar Y- just grow vastly increase the immersion. It's it's amazing. How much a really good audio experience? It doesn't have to be expensive. Surround sound says Moore Chief Transit System just having a decent pair of Stereo speakers that cover most of the audio range makes a huge difference. In what's going on you start realizing how clever some of the audio work is in some of the television series and movies. These days are good point Robert. I don't want to spend too much money. I want to get some nice speakers. What are you like? I think Patrick suggestion for a sound bar is the way to go and the one the one using right now is the. Sonos beam its. They're smaller sound bar comparative. Like the play bar and my favorite my favorite thing about sonus other than pretty decent audio quality is they're freaking APP and with that. I have every audio CD. I've ever owned ripped to a Nass box and that can deal with tens of thousands of tracks in a loss. Luis format and let me stream that however. I want around the house in absolutely adore that and what. I'm hoping for coming up is an upgrade for Mitee has built in Dolby ATMA support and it for TV speakers. It sounds okay but I really really WANNA get a set of audio speakers that can at least simulated maybe with the sound bar system or eventually I'll get the full blown on theater with four speakers in the ceiling in addition to the seven times around the Eli Alexa. Great Speaker Company right now Their German Speaker Company a couple years Andrew Johnson and Who had been doing stuff for Pioneer started doing some designs. And he's just flat out trying to give you as much performance for the least amount of money possible. I mean Eli Point. Oh is a fantastic speaker and you don't have to get super audio file. E about it. They he basically redesigned. We did the second Debut is because they did this very high performing speaker not much money. Meet a decent apt to push it But then the entire industry started to kind of like like Oh you people will buy decent speakers At the depot the two point. Oh and I think it's the reference series. It's the new one. I haven't heard amazing things about that. But the original debut two point. Oh there are on sale right now for like thirty percent off on Amazon. You know two hundred thirty dollars for a really solid speakers And they they sound astonishingly good for the money. It's funny Scott Wilkinson's been telling me to get these For more than a year and I thinking about it but Yeah E. L. A. C. dot com. Yeah I mean they enter John's he says he's. He's he's legend. Yeah Yeah and and with good reason but it's amazing because they're a lot of companies right now You know Mr Speakers are actually. It's Dan Clark audio one of my favorite headphone companies. There's some amazing audio quality that doesn't cost a lot of money You know because you see a lot of stuff especially if you're going to like a can't jam or or some of the audio shows you'll walk into a room and I remember walking room and somebody's like this just sounds astonishing and I'm Michael. This is six hundred thousand dollars worth of speakers and amps. If it doesn't sound astonishing something horrendously wrong But it's kind of amazing When you look at somebody like rl doing a speedway for which is tangible for that has phenomenal performance. At I think Brent Butterworth picked it as the as wire-cutters pick or you know what elax dealing with their speakers emo Tiba is out trying to I have you know. Tv's at home. Yeah those are Nice. Yeah there's there's some astonishingly good gear for not that much money And it's kind of fun to watch that happen so read. Khan and our chat room has rebels Red Con. What did you do George Lucas? Leave those to you in his will. That's Nice I remember now. They're very nice really. I thought they were hugely. I so Years Ago Scott Wilkinson and I had a friend who was they. Were scoring the Sony Uncharted I think was unchartered. Two or three and they use this symphony orchestra sound stage at Lucas Down here in the in. Marin skywalker skywalker ranch is one of the last few symphonic sound stages where you can get hundred musicians. He invited me down mazing. But I was on the floor listening in the room with these guys. And there's nothing better than that if you can if you're lucky enough to stand in the middle of a symphony that's pretty good. But then I went into the control room where they've these beautiful rebel speakers and it was pretty indistinguishable. It sounded really really good for for quick. Ab Test. I was impressed. I end diamond cone. Whatever it is but it's also I mean it's it's Kinda hysterical. I do you remember Robert when we were. We were up in the Tower C S. We walked into this room and one of the guys from the super pretentious. Audio mags Comic Book Guy. And he's talking about his personal Nagra recorder and how he had reported as you know as name dropping in it I think. Rob Looks over. Be Really Funny. Because I'm basically standing on my chair dropping down low and I'm back on the chair again and these beautiful speakers they visit. It'd be just visually stunning like seven feet tall. And they were talking about their diamond tweeter technology and and they sounded like ASS lady. My head start at the right level to hear a higher eight hundred thousand dollar speakers. Did they really sound that? Baggers pattern. It's so funny you mentioned Rebel 'cause we would like I was. I was there because I looked at robins like others like one hundred thousand dollars speakers and we found two days later there are four hundred thousand dollars speakers and like two doors down was rebel and they had which is still incredibly expensive twenty thousand dollar speakers but they were astonishing the imaging the sound the low and everything was just it was. It was everything you want out of your twenty thousand dollars speakers except I wanna pay five hundred dollars or a thousand dollars and But I was. We were laughing because it was like you had these amazing looking ridiculously like House. Money for a pair of speakers and they sounded atrocious. And that's that's one of the frustrating things about You know when you start getting into the audio file stuff is is you start seeing these companies that are selling thousand dollar cables or or three hundred dollar. Usb cables or my personal favorite the audio file grade nine hundred dollar switch which is essentially a modified thirty five. It's essentially like a thirty five dollars. Switch that they modify and resell for like seven or nine hundred dollars. There's no measurable difference. If you blind date be it. There's no difference and It's it's a little frustrating to see some of the stuff that's out there And then you hear something. It's amazing and it's like oh so I don't know it's it's curious the whole thing but you were. We were talking before everyone you went to commercial and the rest of US ran into the bathroom. it's good that they have that catheter retired so I I think I like headphones can you and your have. You taught me about headphones back with graders. Us right way back when concern. It's so amazing. All the headphones that are out these days. Yeah and then I bought. And this was Scott. Wilkinson's recommendation he reviewed it Recently this little Dak. It's called a hip. Dak from I fi- and it's it's a battery backed up. You know so it's got its own power and you and you take the USB out of your Mac book which has an okay Dak or Using it with X. P. S. thirteen. And so you just get the digital audio from your device you can use it with your iphone with a right cable and this really makes it big difference then you can put on some put some decent headphones in it sounds good and his way. I'm a little more portable you know. Yeah well my workstation. Yeah yeah actually. Some good speakers with these might be pretty might be pretty good. It's funny like Audio quest who makes Expensive Speaker Cables But they do a whole series. This is their high and one that I got in for review The dragonfly tax in that thing. This is the Dak was the actual physical. These things are ridiculously good. I would start with the black unless you have like. Some player headphones. That require a lot of power. Those things complete overkill for the vast majority but the the dragonfly back is Amazing I am listening on hi. Fi men Electro plane are whatever you should. You should look at Dan Clark Audio and and The a onto that they just came out with. I'm actually getting a set of those in for To take a look at but Dan Clark if they're closed headphones are astonishing. If you're at my age I should probably just wear hearing aids and these are pretty third and there. It's funny 'cause when he came out with the original aons you know I was talking to Mike. You're you're delivering something. It's like as good as your primary product but for half the price and part of his thing is he's just out there kind of blow up the industry and deliver as much mys- breaks his heart. Because there's so many kids listening on these little white ipod headphones or iphone headphones. I don't think the music I really don't that. Also be something. I remember the revision. Three offices I kind of became like you know the man I hear you hear you can make music sound better. I'd like a set of headphones. And then disappear come back. It'd be like you know and even like Santa Sony. Md are seventy five zero six. Which Roberts probably wearing right now or has near like for eight hundred bucks. Yeah those are good head right now. Yeah Yeah heard with an external or a USB Dak That I love from a company called Shit and they're full Cho C. H. I. E. They're very good. Yeah I I do something that gave me a physical knob like old school analog Knob for volume control. It happens to perform perfectly and you're looking for a headphone amplifier. Take a company called J. D. S. Labs I know these guys friends But they're Adam amplifier for ninety nine dollars When you go to someplace like audio science review it's outperforming. The this is a ninety nine dollar inexpensive product. They did because they they do There elements was society. I my old headphone amplifier. Dak kind of trashed they had. Just come out with the element. I fell in love with it. And then the the primary engineer spent a couple of years kind of experimenting and figuring out how to lay out the boards and he's created this. You know I was laughing because they had this like you know. Thirteen hundred dollar said of this very serious audio companies speakers and it was picking up all the noise from thirty four inch curved monitor. It was really frustrating because if there was a pause something. Or if there's a quiet passage I would hear noise from the Monitor. And then this ninety nine dollar headphone amplifier. You could basically like shove it up against the alternator of car and it picked up nothing. I mean you know I it was it was next to this monitor and it was picked up nothing. And it's an amazing like companies like these guys like GPS labs and and again like Mr Speakers. They're delivering astonishing audio quality for not that much money and It's amazing stuff. You guys talk about a Navy Excel. It is talk about T- screens and projectors and content and what's going on in the industry and Yeah Good Roberts Roberts kind of if you if you ever want to know about television's Robert I. He's he is calibrated. Several of my. Tv's thank you Robert Very much. You are very well without his calibration. I wouldn't know if the field is redder. Blue our our show today brought to you by a longtime sponsor. 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I mean does the skillset translate the everything except one driver described as the but dino that seat of the feeling you don't get the feeling yeah but in terms of the track modeling in the Aero Dynamic Forces and the setups on the cars it is written anything else in the world? Nothing else I've seen comes as close if somebody's a good driver on the track. He'll be good at erasing. Yes it would take some practice because it is a virtual environment but I am. I am shocked. They always seem to have at least one ringer. Whose good at the virtual racing but these tracks are so accurately modeled using the latest information year to year they actually rescan them with laser systems. A cool video right now on youtube where they do a split screen with the circuit of the Americas track in Texas and the top. Half is the I racing running? I think it was a Ford. Gt in on the bottom is a real Ford Gt. Now if you squint a little bit you can't see the difference and and it is exposed some of these drivers to a more social aspect and they're there for the good and the bad in a way that's right because they're sitting next to the other driver right. They're not. They're not in the car they're actually guys right there in the screen savers. A couple drivers. It had to be reminded that people can hear what they're saying. Yeah driver his job than the other driver rage twit. And he's like Oh. Spry can't do this within five minutes. The sponsors tweeted out. It's like well. We don't support losers. We support racers. How do you ever get to play any video games at all anymore? You used to be pretty good at that stuff. Sadly No. I downloaded that crossing game. I haven't played it yet though. Oh animal crossing. Yes yes. I've been dying play that I downloaded. It's I officially. Have it have to find the time now next on my list time sing? My son has the switch and And he will he said He. Can I just borrow it for a little bit to play? Animal crossing which he bought and he said no it takes all day. You will never see it again. You don't get to plan crossing but I bought the Nintendo switch. He's that doesn't matter. It's mine now baby. Apparently you can't find the switch anywhere knows of this game to play the game and you can't. You can't get it all right. Let's let's take a little break. We do have a case. You're wondering here. We are sitting here fifteen years after our very first show the very first show that could be reasonably called twit. We've done since then. Six hundred seven hundred sixty seven episodes a lot of them And the show's changed a little bit. I went back and listen to episode one and I don't know I mean it at the sound quality everything. I think we've improved a little bit and just to give you an idea because I know you guys you know you're not watching our shows this is. We made a little video of what happened this week alone on twitter previously onto it by skype room. If you've seen this bit of a mess but any points Color Coordinating Bowtie and Globe and John Photography Light Room Light Room Classic Light Room Mobile. We're GONNA talk about that this week on his hands on IOS. I want to show you how to take control of your not on okay by Yes sorry about that. I'm going to show you how to use. Do not disturb on your device metric weekly. I did finally get the MAC book. Air Twenty twenty by the way. If you don't like ipads you want an actual Mac but you want it to be super portable. It fixes everything that was wrong about the two thousand eighteen version and makes it like that really fabulous twenty eleven version that slow all about android some of you might remember that the android distribution chart it has been removed from the web. News articles always got a lot of us about you know. It's not really something that the public really needs to know. It's like how I wore an ensign shirt. Every day of the week In eighth grade and at one point we will just said we get it. You like in sync by just stopped wearing announcing shirt. Every day of the week the distribution chart is exactly like that actually twit. Oh my God working at home with you all ANDROID ROADS. Poi- bag to sink in the world flow. Not just the ANDROID ROADS. All we love you flowers so happier back. Actually we had a great time. And it's not in the prime of for Friday night we start inaugurated which I think is going to be a regular weekly event our game night. We were playing Jack Box. Which is Kinda the successor Jack? It was an Mica Jason and I. We had a lot of fun. Is that John? Do you know. Is that available on the twitter? Youtube feed or the twits special somewhere. I hope it is But we're going to do more of those we doing four. Pm Pacific Seven PM Eastern on. Fridays is it there yet is yeah so you can. You can watch the fun. We had playing really terrible games. That's me in the plastic bag on the lower left. I actually decided where a plastic bag. It was terrible. But a lot of fun So we still playing. It's kind of like land party. We're still doing it. We're still playing the games. All right. We're GONNA have some final conversations with my very precious guests this week. It's so nice to have Kevin and Patrick Robert. Back on fifteen years later. Normally we'd have cupcakes. We'd have balloons. We decided to forego all of that In the during the current crisis we've donated As a result we've taken the money we've spent on that a little bit more. We've done it into local. Cova to charity so noble cupcakes. Yeah Yeah you can have them on your own in your own time We haven't talked. This has been a cove free show. We're going to keep it. It's I don't want but but everybody's you know sheltering in place wherever you are in Colorado and the bay area and Oregon Kevin has it been difficult for you or is it. It sounds like you. Guys have a kind of cosy lifestyle. Anyway these days I mean the only thing that's challenging is You know two kids two and one that We just have to handle all the time round the clock then rights there's interruptions with work and you're doing zoom calls on the two year old wants to hang out with dad and I could see no. It's just a little different than the norm but at the end of the day. It's like a I think the thing that is hardest for me is my eighty year old mom who lives not too far away from me and it's like you know. I do go shopping. I do things like that so when I go to her house. I'm extra paranoid. Because yeah cheers. She already has lung issues in. It's just like I'm I'm freaked out about that so there's as I'm sure we all have something similar rides. Somebody in our lives that his immune compromised. Or something's going on and you just your extra careful and it's the best you can do. Yeah my mom's eighty seven and she's alone My sister lives nearby a couple of blocks away but no nobody comes in the house. It's not safe right and now people Of course elders are often isolated. Anyway but I really think about people who are alone right now and how difficult that must be we you and I were lucky enough to be with our families and and that's good and I do zoom calls with my kids because Abbey's Marin and Henry's I dunno where Henry as he wasn't San Francisco I think now I don't know he's got somewhere he's he sheltering in place with his good buddy. I think he's in Monterey Civic Rove but but I do zoom calls together but Yeah it's it can be really hard for older people I think especially because they're so high risk of that they just can't see anybody. Patrick I it sounds like you're maybe a very small quarters with your family. Yeah you know it's it's you know being in. I mean Gosh being in you know three or four hundred five hundred square feet to adults to children and a Husky is is always an exciting process. Husky in there too well half Husky half shepherd wow but you know Yeah we throw in an extra husky or a couple of cats really make things exciting but It's it's kind of been fun I think a funds are the right word. It's been fun talking to friends of ours. Who are home-schooling or home with their kids? And you know it's it's I laugh because one of my friends just like. How did you home school? Your kids I would. Do you know it's just like breathe? But you've been doing every all law right years you've been home school and it's one. It's hard to years starting home. Schooling from scratch after disrupting everything. Your child is familiar with an education. You know and Oh also dealing with you know how do you explain to your small child or your young child like what this means you know. What is a pandemic wire? We wearing masks. Why can't I go over to my friend's house? Why can't we play on the playground? Wise the movie theater so this is incredibly challenging for everybody and you know most people are doing pretty good at it. Well you tell you what if you're with people you love. It's a lot easier and so that's why it's nice if it's a family that really gets along that's it can be okay. How about you Robert? You doing all right. Yeah overall I had some incredibly horrible illness Late December of last year that lasted like a month and a half under. If you have it I I would love to be tested there. My own hospital has like Lsu exhibiting symptoms. Don't come anywhere near and so I'm like if I had it and I'm over it I would love to get out donate blood plasma or why. Fortunately son got back from Asia and On the twenty eighth of March he was in Bali Vietnam. He was traveling all over was living with a bunch of kids in Bali. Finally convinced him to come home bout about a week. After he got home he got sick. He had a headache. He was weak. He had muscle pains. He coughed and we couldn't get him tested. He's much better now. He's fine now. He's one hundred percent now and I told him you might be in luck. You're one of the first. You know he just graduated from college last year. We might be one of the first people in your age cohort to be able to go out and work because you've got. You might have immunity. Steve Gibson also got weirdly very. Ill wasn't able to get tested. He's recovered so people like you like you and Steve and my son You could be the golden you might have that yellow card you can carry around saying. I'm I'm cove it free. I got the immunity now. Just doing whatever I can to keep friends and family com safe and anything anybody needs. I can get it done nice and all our local businesses are closed down except for essential services like many places but well in a way. We're lucky because we're all of us are already a little bit introverted. We're used to staying at home. Skype chats and this is a dramatic change. Innocent really is one of my one of my hardcore like extrovert friends was saying how like how horrible this was and I said this is exactly how I feel when you invite me to a party where I don't exactly I love you guys. It's so nice to see you. I am so glad you're all doing so well And I thank you for being friends for more than twenty years now since the tech TV days When we started when I started twit I did and I bring this up every time offer. Both Patrick and Kevin Partnership in the company but they declined which is a good thing. Because you'd still be working for a living right about now but I'm Kevin Obviously didn't need me did much better without me and I'm glad you're doing so well and I'm glad the family's doing well. Patrick I love you. I hope you find a home at someplace we will. Somehow at some we will but A lot of America look at maybe about as close as we can get a unless the real estate prices. Come down a huge way in Portland. I love Portland. We both love the mere fact that Powell's books is in Portland. We want Yeah in Powell's books in the shelving system running around with a flashlight. Robert Heron great to have you to. It's always a pleasure to see a former lab rat. I have much to thank you for and you are. You've always treated me really well even even in the earliest days of being attacked TV and being the underlying on culver help just ever since then and throughout the last fifteen years we've had it's been fun to watch career all of our careers and party and it's it. I'm glad I know you people really I find it quite slow guys hug. I love you guys and it's been really fun Fifteen years I look forward to fifteen more no. I don't think so fantasy a couple of weeks ago that maybe on this episode say. Hey It's been great. Thanks so much. I hope you all have a good life. I'll see later and just walk off enough. I'm Don couldn't do couldn't do it. I love this too much. Thank you guys. Come back real soon. Okay we're seeing all these stay safe. Stay safe stay as we do every Sunday afternoon. Two Thirty Pacific. That's five thirty eastern time. Twenty one thirty. Ut See you can watch us to live. Took DOT TV slash live? Is the live stream audio and video there You can also get it on demand after the fact because we put it in every show. We do here on the website at twit dot. Tv also on Youtube. And you know your Amazon echo or your Google home. Any voice activated device. You could probably just say if you WANNA listen to livestream something like hey echo play twit live and if you want to hear the latest episode of any of our shows just say hey echo play like play this week in Tech It'll play it. Download a copy. Bet You know what the best thing to do subscribing your favorite podcast application that you'll get it the minute it's available. You don't have to think about it. You don't have to even listen to it but you'll have it if you get a little bored you're out there walking the dog or you know sewing masks. A podcast is an excellent thing to listen to while. You're so thank you guys. Thanks everybody I'm GonNa say it again for the fifteenth year in a row. Another twit is in the camp twit twit.

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Ablaze ep#8 Harp on

Ablaze

16:42 min | 1 year ago

Ablaze ep#8 Harp on

"Welcome to ablaze but Kaz Bobby because of life for God in today's show poem about credit for Creation revelation chapter ten foot for the day you must prophesy again about many people nations languages in kings quieted calm nat full care crying out for wholeness restoration denies denial of damage not carry the ripples caused his of the Oceans Ma vessels than who come on in your own revelation chapter ten verse eleven the Engine Scroll Than so another mightier Angel- coming down from heaven lying tears crying to be heard crying for change Earth Land Crying Plastic Away Tom Thank you Chad teletubby beautiful singing his associations right wrong was the of St so balls news is then the angel has seen standing on the sea in on the land raised his write-in to heaven any will buy lives by forever and ever so next I will be talking about harping on since the titles hop on there wasn't was one of the favorite instruments bitterness does not come easily can take many trials maturity knowing when we are interested by God deliver a message defied plastic plastic everywhere in and around any Mohsen and around the planet play damage crying out for healing Lord not my will but yours helped me dwelling your presence and your will inches nine almond us nations languages and kings obedience to God despite being telling expecting Dangel is about to sound his trumpet the mystery of God will be accomplished just as you now sixty seven the profits and the voice that I heard it's called passing up we just stories which lead to Meditation Reflection Bounds and Booze Wall will allegra by David Cole the also wrote Celtic advance forty days of devotion to Christmas which is another path to meditating you're reflecting dwelling in God's presence takes Gatien to press silence meditation in our Modern World Are we ready to make time for those things in the house he was road in a cloud with a rainbow of his head his face was like the sun and he likes like fiery pillows was holding it will scroll which I love the Mozelle Vizo me val so the summary of this book is the Action Celts had the tradition code passing of the hub will communities would gather to tell stories around the changed most of an Arab Riazan shopping sprees but all ready to listen to God and obey his plans no matter how far fetched they see the spoke in windows seven thunders spoke it was about to write but her voice from heaven say seal up whether it's seven have said do not write it down is a time line of those three cents lives crossing each other's pots next very Interesting belts and fulling on debit Cole wrote for agrees the open these end you write for other see and his life on land and gave a loud shout like the roar of Lyon when he shouted the voice of the seven be blessed in order to counteract the effect of the enemy next AH bill greenway new Celtic monasticism for every and so this is passing the hub from Four Kelly there are rarely mind-blowing present because the prayed about everything and anything old along and everything had the oppressor destroyed the oppressor that nature of societies aboard vacuum there is a vacuum modal world the mental frameworks of Yes. DC At home to to provide hailing ministry because I come from a family which had the gift of healing in them and read some of the preface to the second edition is Fifteen Years People Bhai now will read from this one from the preface why way of life the world needs away Michael megyn roads restoring the woman cooled strands of Celtic Unity for the Church today the angels sanitize it tasted a sweet as honey my mouth but when I did my stomach then I was still you much prophesy again about maybe stick in an age of mobility people look for routes in nature dislocation people want to reconnect with the whole unaesthetic way such as is the human race is at the crossroads has be shocked by big ideas with millions which millions live by money itchy capitalism race agencies there does not stifle personality frees us to live from a depot school I and passed a prior from generation to generation which fitted the format of the Celtic press and that boy have dissolve in this book that my parents who though their French and how and went to deliberate comes from a regular time of prayer humility new went to one side to serve next colonies of Heaven Celtic models for this church but Ian Bradley equal traditions also wrote to me often using expressions not off you'll have come home before Christmas. Debbie Dot Com wrote Aidan and Cuthbert three spatial saints he routed stages of fled in the face of technical psychological evasion yet a confuse well he's in search of a so people look for a path that a simple but not simply got it Kristie continues to senators but is it relevant to the life and witness of the judge today in Bradley's Convinced Head from Heavens spoke to me once more go take full allies open in the hand of the angel he's standing on the scene on the land so I went to the July Alston to give me the Australian Midlife crisis that was expressing itself in in about of nostalgia I was at an inmate's but the response I have written number of books but this one evoked more response than any of the others are letters from Protestants and Catholics traditionally embarrass medics people from brand new churches and people who share the conviction within that was writing about resonates with meritas would they

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You're Not Starting From Scratch - You're Starting From Experience #986

Trent365

02:19 min | 2 months ago

You're Not Starting From Scratch - You're Starting From Experience #986

"You're not starting from scratch you'll starting from experience. I saw that great post on linked in a few days ago in a special shout out to Michelle Connor who shared the Post that I actually saw and I think it's an important message for a lot of people to hear right now. Because right now, obviously, a lot of people are in a situation where they've lost their jobs. They potentially are facing a loss of a career by need to now think about restarting, and there's this feeling of despair that they're starting from scratch this dining from zero. But if you've been working for five or ten or fifteen years, then you've got a whole wealth of experience to bring to that next position that next role. So you're not starting from zero. You're starting from experience you've got that experience lock experience work experience. Now admittedly, it's going to be about how you. Channel that experience how you utilize that experience in a new capacity and a big part of that might simply be how you repackage yourself. You need to repackage the way you position yourself because we tend to have a lot of our identity tied up in the career and the job that we have. You may now need to think about repackaging that for a new role in a new industry. But the important thing is that you're not starting from zero it's not like you're coming out of school with zero experience you've already been working. You've already got a lifetime in some cases of experience again, work experience life experience. That's actually a strong super super strong acid for your new company for Your New Korea. I'm a big fan of. The way that you perceive your current circumstances situation at how you handle that and deal with that will determine to a large extent how things play out for you. So instead of taking the perspective that you're starting from zero, you starting from scratch, take the perspective that you're actually starting from a point of experience and with that you actually I think have a pretty good stop on the next phase of your life. Already. That is today I do think if your time and we'll be back again tomorrow. See.

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Where Creative Pros Get Stuck

The Accidental Creative

11:59 min | 1 year ago

Where Creative Pros Get Stuck

"This episode of the podcast is brought to you by skill share join millions of students already learning on skill share with two months free just go to skill share dot com slash ac tickets starting at about talking about talking about talking about everyone what did he acts on his podcast my name is todd henry i am your host so at some point in your career you're going to get stuck in my stomach i mean you're not gonna know how to get to the next level you're gonna feel like you're using the same old skills but you're not growing any longer if we want they continue to thrive overtime we have to be in the process of continuous growth sharpening aircraft sharpening are perspective learning connect dots in new ways learning to make different kinds of intuitive leaps so when we feel stuck how do we move beyond that stays there were in an art career how do we continue to grow today i wanna talk about the common places where we get stuck in what we can do about it and when the share some insights from my book louder than words which came out in twenty fifteen about how we develop over time are capacity to create new kind of value rena talk about the phases of growth the couple of things is we get stuck in how we move beyond before we jump in today's episode is brought to to you by skill share so skill share is an online learning community with thousands of classes for creators entrepreneurs curious people everywhere if you want to have eight satisfying career in the satisfying life you need a committed the continual will gross you have to be learning new skills continuously it's gonna talk about on this episode today and skill share is you're partner and doing so you can take classes in illustration graphic design maybe you wanna learn a new design discipline great skill share probably has of course they help you do that photography maybe some of you were designers but you wanna learn how to take better photographs great they're definitely courses there you when you ex design creative writing this is something that's benefited me in my own writing my book animation and fine art film and video marketing productivity entrepreneurship whatever you wanna learn a skill share is there to keep you learning and thriving so whether you're picking up a new skill fear day job you're trying to figure out a side project is one at develop a passion or a hobby skill skill share has classes for you listen lifelong learning is critical to you if you want to continue growing there's research showing the people who learn new skills over the course of time have eight more deeply satisfying life in a more productive career so join the millions of students already learning on skill share today with a special offer just for listeners of action on credit podcasts you and get two months of skill share absolutely free no charge two months absolutely absolutely free skill share is offering two months of unlimited access to thousands of class is absolutely free there's nothing to lose friends so the sign up just go to skill share dot com slash ac again that skill share dot com slash ac start your two months now that skill share dot com slash ac and we think skill share for sponsoring this episode of be accidental creative podcast right awhile ago is meeting with young leader named jessica and she said i'm just stale i don't know how they go to the next level i feel stuck and i could tell the jessica was really struggling the funny thing is the her career was going really well she was earning a claim for her company she'd been promoted recently firm they all say the same like all these engines were firing on cuban inside she felt like she was stalled out and this is the key dichotomy for many of us is creative prose against seemed everybody outside that were doing really well that were producing the best work of her life but inside we feel like we're just not quite cutting it anymore were not growing jessica wasn't really stuck duck she just felt that way because the next step wasn't really clear for her in truth there to places where the path becomes obscured for us his creative prose and people commonly feel stuck they're unable to get to the next level and they become paralyzed with fear the best days might be behind if you've ever felt that way i think all of us have you even the people that you admire the most at some point have that thought maybe my best days are behind me however once you begin to identify a couple of sticking points you're next steps become a little more parents i wanna talk about the sticking points today where is it we begin to feel stuck and how do we begin to move beyond that so in my book louder than words i mentioned a few minutes ago i wrote about how the best in those resident creative prose take their work to the next level over end over end over rather than stalling out in some people don't do this and frankly they're the people who were still doing the same work they did fifteen years ago right they haven't gone to the next level they're not growing any longer so in chapter three of louder than words that describe four phases of growth and how he progressed through them over time and i've talked about this on the show before you can go back and probably find episodes about each of these a phase is if you wanna dive into this a little deeper or just if you got a book cast dot net there's and entire series on louder than words that i did in twenty fifteen and also obviously you could check out the book louder than words all right so the four phases of growth are discovery emulation divergence in crisis so so the danger zones for us wanting to sustain brilliant work art emulation in crisis so discovery phase is when you discover some new things you wanna learn some new passion some new skills some new area you want to explore something you think would take you to the next level something that seems really interesting the way we grow is by emulating other people so maybe like we mentioned skill share a few minutes ago maybe you begin taking a class and you begin emulating you're instructor in your class that's the way you develop the skills by emulating other people and everybody does this songwriters emulate other songwriters designers emulating copy other designers right manager's emulate their manager until they develop their own voice as a manager this is just what we do it's common the problem is that over time simply emulating copying other people isn't gonna get you where you wanna be at some point you have to diverged at some point you have to choose the sale perpendicular to the shoreline not parallel to the shoreline you have to began experimenting taking risks trying new things this is when you develop your unique voices when you begin applying your unique perspective your unique intuition to the work but then we inevitably hit crisis phase crisis phase is when were still doing all the things we've always done were still producing work it seems like the work they were doing is great but the problem is we feel like were stuck we sort of hit the top of the mountain and were not sure if we have the energy to begin climbing the next mountain and so so that's why emulation in crisis are the danger zones for us if we want a sustained brilliant work in emulation phase when you're copying you're learning you're developing basic skills by emulating others who already perform a task well so if you're a designer developing your own voice you might choose to emulate someone who's farther along from a further along the path then you who has a distinctive style however once you achieve a certain level of skill you have to make a decision am i gonna continue emulating in reap the mid immediate benefits that come from short term attention and from my work right there's a lot of it comes from just copying other people and getting paid for it or am i gonna choose the divers which means begin making intuitive leaps with my work in defining my own style so this is the first crisis that we face am i gonna continue just copying everyone else am i gonna try to do something unique am i gonna try to apply my own style the first way you image the emulating other people can come with immediate financial return i'm just gonna copy other people and get paid for it right it's the quickest path ticketing pay but diverging means developing something unique i will become known for and that could be a better long term solution for us so in truth emulation face could be very comfortable you become adept enough to earn recognition who you're working you get immediate results however you're not really developing being your voice you're simply mimicking someone else's so you must choose between staying in the place of relative comfort and safety and beginning they make bold unique decisions which you're work that's the first place we tend to get stuck the second place where we get stuck and this is the case with jessica by the way is in crisis phase so in crisis phase you've defined a unique body of work end people recognize you is highly contribute of an identifiable you may bull decisions but now what one seem risky to you is become commonplace those intuitive leaps you were making as you were developing their own style your own voice now seem commonplace you're no longer taking new territory you're simply protecting what you've already done so many people wallow in crisis face because they're afraid of trying something new they feel failure it'd be a stain on their reputation this is why a lot of people don't continue to grow because to grow means be vulnerable means to take risks it means the try new things means potentially looking stupid and some people don't wanna do that so they remain in that place of relative predictability where they're just doing what they've always done even if they're known for something unique they just keep doing the thing that they've always done instead of continuing to grow in essence there emulating a pass form of themselves so there are really two choices you could make in crisis phase the first choice is you can go back to the first phase back the discovery and you discover a new skill new area to develop and you're work you can begin emulating somebody else and try to adapt what you know to what they're doing and see if maybe you could develop a new way of expressing yourself or you can stay where you are and begin the long decline in stagnant seeing mediocrity because if you're not growing then you're dying so you're you're gonna go through these phases many times in your life discovery emulation divergence crisis back to discovery emulation divergence crisis you're gonna go through these faces many times in your life and work and you might be in different areas of growth in different areas of your life right different phases in different areas the key is to not allow yourself to get stuck in continue to push forward said you're body of work reflects your best attributes not you're biggest fears this is the thing you're body of work you've you're life is gonna represent either this summer if you're greatest accomplishments with the some of the greatest compromises it's either gonna be media so chris halfway up the rugged mountain mediocre or it's gonna represent your best effort even if you failed it's okay because it's not just what you do is how you do it that matters in the end so want that point it all of this out the jessica issues able to identify a few new ways to develop skills and the continue up the growth curve it was difficult at first because she was afraid of appearing incompetent of course right everybody is but that quickly faded and now she's doing great so the following jessica's footsteps keep moving keep growing in refused to stagnate remember the four phases discovery emulation divergence in crisis and remember the you need continue pushing up the rug mountain even when things get tough if you wanna have a career in a life satisfying productive contributors and it's reflective of you're best okay hey i would love to hear your thoughts your feedback comments

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Episode 119: Appreciating Your Friends

Be Great TODAY - Weekly Inspiration

03:10 min | 11 months ago

Episode 119: Appreciating Your Friends

"Welcome to be great today. Weekly inspiration start to be great medicine from key caring here for Jonathan Blue while he's off on a cruise. Do you ever take the time to relish in and celebrate your friendships. I know I have great friends. I'm very lucky that way. What the last few weeks? I've taken the time to really recognize and tell my friends how much I appreciate them. Some friendships take a little bit more work than others but just like romantic relationships. If if you want them to work you need to have open and honest communication and share your feelings. I told a friend one of my best friends that I felt like my friendship didn't matter that much to her that I loved her and knew she loved me but I didn't feel appreciated. She immediately saw what I meant and apologized. But since then we've been in steady contact talked just that simple and kind of scary conversation has made so much difference. Recently I saw some news about a past relationship that kind of threw me for a loop and I knew there was only one person who would understand but I was going through so I reached out to my friend fifteen years who since the day I met her husband an exactly the same person he told her what was going on and she took the time to validate my feelings. She told me I wasn't weird for fuelling weird and that my reaction action was a natural reaction. We don't talk everyday or even every month but I know and she knows that if there's ever anything to talk about or anything we need someone on. who gets it to talk to? We're there for each other. I appreciate her so so much and I make sure to tell her. Sometimes my friends tell me how much I mean to them. The regular host of this show. Jonathan Bloom he's one of my best friends. He knows. I do just anything for him. And including a podcast takeover. But I also no no how much he appreciates me. I help him realize that he has permission to do whatever he wants to be. Whatever he can be and that he's stronger and greater than he knows? I know this because because he tells me he takes the time to tell me how much he appreciates me. But it's not just me. Jonathan is very open about the friendships that he cherishes and I think that's that's one of the reasons so many people love him. When you're open and honest with how much you appreciate your friends you attract more wonderful people in your life and the very very act of appreciation gives you and your friends a really great feeling makes you feel and know like you have people in your corner people who you can rely rely on and trust and people who love you take the time today to tell your friends you appreciate them go one step further and tell them why you appreciate them trusting esteem? You'll both feel better for it. Thank you for listening to seek. You can find the show at inspirational. PODCAST DOT COM until next week. Be Awesome this show is brought to you by hot which had jogging POW would studio dot com.

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622: Why Buyers Behave The Way They Do (Part 4 - Bottleneck Items) - Mark Schenkius

Daily Sales Tips

03:15 min | 2 weeks ago

622: Why Buyers Behave The Way They Do (Part 4 - Bottleneck Items) - Mark Schenkius

"You're listening to the daily sales tips podcast. I'm your host Scott Ingram today march sankey ss back with another installment in his series mark is the founder of Roi ten where he helps sales professionals get better at dealing with buyers. He's also the author of the other side of sales where he shares his perspective after fifteen years in procurement. Here he is what's going on daily sales tips community. I'm Mark Hankins and I'm back part four call each as portfolio matrix. So far, we've covered a high level overview, the framework, and we've talked more about routine and leverage items. If you need to get caught up check back on tips six, zero, one, six, eight, and six, fifty. Today we moved to bottleneck items. This quadrant is actually the flip side of. Leverage. Risk is high, but profitability is slow. Here distract in your hands. The market consists of one of few suppliers that can behave realistically to force prices upward. Even though these items have a limited impact upon company profitability, they still demand a high level of attention from buyers. And Trust me. They don't like to spend time here since all they do is manage risks and now deliver real monetary value, which is usually what I think they're paid for. A. Great example of this is a small piece of specialist software. It's difficult to source elsewhere. However, financial impact is typically low. For buyers were interested in changing the status quo strategic approach, they could take us to fault. One to find or. Develop. Alternative suppliers. Or to simplify specification, which essentially creates opportunities for other supplies step in. The interesting bit is at buyers not. Actively as opposed to proactively, but regards to bottleneck items. They tend to address issues when they appear rather than deal with them up front. And that creates opportunities for you. So what does this mean exactly for you as a sales professional? Well. In simple words, you have an opportunity to exploit the customer or buyer since he have nowhere else to go. The only caveat here is at once a buyer feels that they're becks are against will they will look for ways to get out. So the trick here is to use your preferential status just enough not to frustrate the buyer. The one thing to watch for is advice will never ever tell you that you're a bolt on neck supplier to them since as we can stand negotiation position. So don't listen to what a bartels you instead look for your own facts by making a list of who your real competitors are. If you can't think of any, there's a good chance you're an exit flyer. Happy negotiations everyone for more about mark and his book. The other side of sales click over to daily sales dot tips forward slash six, twenty two and we'll have everything for you there including a transcript of his tip then make sure your subscribe to the podcast. So you don't miss the rest of mark series with the final installment coming next Friday, you should also come back tomorrow for another great sales tip. Thanks for listening.

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An Eye Catching App

Innovation Now

01:18 min | 1 year ago

An Eye Catching App

"Put yourself in the orion nebula or travel to the center of the milky way galaxy. A new nasa app puts you in the space suit. This is innovation now. Bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future the nasa selfie app lets you generate snapshots of the yourself in a virtual space suit posing in front of more than thirty eye-catching locations. Thanks to images taken by nasr's spitzer space telescope spitzer was the fourth and final edition to nasr's great observatories program optimistically the team had hoped the telescope would stay alive live for five years in the harsh environment of space now celebrating more than fifteen years in space. Spitzer's infrared capabilities continue new to observe the universe in a different kind of light. The selfies app is available for both android and i._o._s. Devices the simple interface. Lets it's you snap a photo of yourself. Pick your background and even share on social media and for those who want more than just pretty pictures. The app also provides provides information about the science behind those stunning images for innovation now. I'm jennifer fully innovation now is.

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Trailer Episode 1 Welcome to Remote Revolution - Making Remote Work

Remote Revolution

03:53 min | 4 months ago

Trailer Episode 1 Welcome to Remote Revolution - Making Remote Work

"Hi Ill listening to remote revolution making remote work. We're a new hub for employers, employees and entrepreneurs, and any working remotely or working from home. We will be sharing experience and thoughts that working remotely both which is on the challenges. Our goal is to focus on support remote workers. My name is pilgrim I'm an entrepreneur and founder of remote revelation, and I'm your host for today. Thank you so much for tuning in. Let's get started. High before thought my po cost I thought it would be useful to give you a bit of background about me. Why have started remote revolution? So I'm a of two I live in west London in the UK and I've successfully run my own award winning business the last fifteen years. It's been a great way of balancing work and family life. So it was originally a retail business with shops and online shop. And in twenty eleven my business was. In the. London riots. I then evolved into a wholesale distribution business, and in two thousand fifteen I. Start An online magazine called maternity buyer, which connected by is with brands. That was going great. And then in twenty eighteen. Life took a different turn when I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Like anyone else. He faces a diagnosis like this. My life was turned upside down and it really hasn't been the same since. By this point working from home anyway. And after. Not Surgery Chemotherapy and radiotherapy I'm while again I'm was just starting to get my career back on track. When Corona virus happened, we had the world going into lockdown. So in lock Dane. I'm being forced to work from home. This is made. Many employers think about the long-term stopping plans and their recruitment and their office space and. and. All the issues. Related to having people in office. Remote, working on paper looks like it could be a win. Win for everyone. But is it? Now I in my age group. Among kids and families with kids, it can bring so much flexibility. What about people who are forced to work from home when they don't really want to? That also many issues employers to consider health and safety mental health productivity burnout isolation. And it can be difficult to navigate your way through. So that's when I had the idea for launching remote revolution, it's a new hub for employers, employees and entrepreneurs with information and guidance and offers and products, and thought provoking chat I just wanted to be a platform that gives a voice to remote workers, so that they all heard, and they are recognized as a really important part of the UK workforce. Thanks so much for listening today tune in next time for more chat about working remotely working from home. This is pogrom from remote revolution making remote work, visit my website, remote revolution dot, Co dot, UK or fallen me on social media, at Remote Revo and join my revolution until next time.

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What Podcasters Can Learn From Tennis Players [Episode 242]

Podcast Pontifications

07:32 min | 1 year ago

What Podcasters Can Learn From Tennis Players [Episode 242]

"Processes and practices are a surefire way to increase your skills. But they don't always help you broaden your podcasting horizon which is why for your next project you should collaborate with people who are better than you I am not a great tennis player. I don't think I played tennis since I was a teenager and I don't believe that I have picked up I playing people who are better than you if you just keep beating up people who aren't as good as you we are not going to be a great player on theme for this week cozy up to people who are better than you now that can be hard that can be really hard Y- boadcasting time that I was away but if that's not your situation as is not my situation anymore one encourage you to go find people who are actually his racket in a good solid ten years so this is not about tennis but one thing I know from my time plankton is is that while you can get good classic people to wrap up the miniseries who can help you get better for your next podcast project and those people are people get your skills by hitting the ball against the wall on the serve and all those things that you need to do once you get those fundamentals down really the way that you get better is control the purse strings who might provide you some more money for your next show why wouldn't you do that stuff well today I wanna talk about another is great for introverts because you don't have to go out and meet a bunch of people you don't have to do the things if you go to podcast conventions meet ups it's not just tennis where this rule applies rule applies everywhere I think one of the reasons why after thirty years of playing the game of golf I'm not any better is because certainly grow but one of the best ways for you still to grow as a podcast go collaborate with people who are better than you cozy up to to stay most of us when we podcast podcast with our peers if in fact we have people we do it with we collaborate with people that are at our level maybe take cozying up to the big aggregated there's cozying up to some of the APP makers cozying up to other really good people that are just here helping you like the the people that especially if you're doing it completely solo you you might be like me I was stuck in Bangkok which was a great place twelve fourteen million people in there but there weren't a lot of podcasters because you know I'm playing at my level or or under so that's not really a really hoping the same thing holds true in podcasting who better than you now you might have seen the image for the episode is the title of this particular episode but a secret that tennis players now out there I had a small peer group up who was better at this who were the real pros were really weren't in town so honestly all a lot of my podcasting stagnated play with pros I play with people at my level and I introduced a lot of people to the game or I have historically doesn't really make me increase my skills inspiration we look at some of the other ones but we really feel the most affinity towards those who are in our certain set and sure after fifteen years of forcing yourself to try new things sleep better than you not for a mentorship relationship although those are rate if you need a mentor find a mentor that's fine but again working podcast here's my idea here is fine people hopefully in your own community who are actually better than you and I'm GonNa give you a real world example by longtime podcast critic will Williams's suddenly finds herself in a freelancer a position where she doesn't have a full-time gig anymore she's very very busy Taylor clicks talking amongst themselves it's hard to get in and break into it I get it a- totally understand that that's not an easy prospect do but again I specifically chosen these ladies because they're better than me at the things that they do I'm sure I have things I'm better at the Nayyar fate luck who knows how it happens the randomness of the universe there are a couple of ladies here in town that we're GonNa Start doing some work together you may know will Williams the people hopefully locally but if not virtually who you get along with the you share thoughts and ideas but here's the important with our clients enjoy your weekend see on Monday for another podcast onto vacations cheers duly compliments skills but you've always got to try if you WANNA make the next thing you WanNa make it better you gotTa Bring New People into that thing and people who are better than you is a great way to do that so I'm putting my money run out this try this out our report back what working with BBC doing podcasting four BBC big company these ladies are great and they do things totally different than what I do out with that send me an ego meteo send me an email Yvo at podcast launched up pro you can check out podcast launched up wrote to see how we work the job thing or wanting down in a big way also we have Sam Walker recent transplant from Manchester butchering the name Sam has a long rich his then you now as you know I don't do a show on Friday so you take the weekend off but still I want to say thanks very much for watching extremely different than the things that I do and have done in the podcasting world well we're gonNA start doing some cool stuff together now I can't announce it hello and welcome to another podcast pontificate with me Yvo Tara all about cozying up to people this week we're going to be collaborating with each other sharing experiences and I think again we'll know wants does actually comes to fruition whether or not we really tried one looking over things making sure the strategy is working properly because you need someone who's better at the podcasting game than you and

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Trailer: Unobscured Season 3

Unobscured

03:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Trailer: Unobscured Season 3

"Charles was headed to work in the early morning darkness. When he saw something lying on the cobbles slumped against a gate, it was the body of a woman. A passer-by joined him. But at first, the two men couldn't tell if she was asleep. So Charles tried to wake her up or face was still warm but her hands were deathly cold. Charles spoke their greatest fear into the silence. I think she's dead. When the women's body was examined in the mortuary, the doctor began by cataloging the wounds that would become a shocking media sensation. Her throats had been cut and several deep jagged wounds crossed her abdomen experience and evidence led the doctor to surmise that the cuts had been made with a very sharp knife. It was enormous way to begin a manhunt. So that would become the center of an international media frenzy. Soon, all of London and everywhere else around the world where they read the London News would have a name to pin the murders on a name that we still whisper today. Jack The ripper. After the body was found, the metropolitan police examined the surrounding roads to see if there were any marks or traces nearby, they check the neighborhoods, railway lines and embankments they scoured the streets but they found nothing. Here's Adam would executive editor of Rip Rally Gist Magazine. Virtually no forensics they couldn't tell the difference between human and animal loan blood tight. Obviously, the idea of fingerprinting had been discovered but it been it'll wasn't opted to the police for Nov. Fifteen years after. The watch apple murders at this time, there was virtually no evidence that could be gleaned from Cruise. For almost one hundred years the police files from that investigation were sealed behind closed doors plenty of time for the legend to grow. Some have been entertainers telling stories about Jack, the ripper to help build up that legend others have claimed that their hunches were nothing short of the truth. But in recent years, historians and writers have gone back the source with a fierce determination to understand these famous and heinous crimes for what they really were. and. In recent decades, some truly groundbreaking research has helped us see Victorian East London more clearly than we ever have before. Of course, some of the stories we find there in only be described as horrifying. On this season of obscured with experts to guide us, we will go back to the streets of Victorian White Chapel the follow the trail of Jack The ripper. Will join the police in their attempts to solve a series of brazen and brutal murders. We'll see through the eyes of London's east enders as they tried to make sense of violence taking place right in their midst. and will explore the alleys yards and homes where a series of monstrous murders, the most infamous true crime story of modern history. On obscured season three premiers on Wednesday. October seventh subscribe today on Apple Podcasts I radio or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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