37 Burst results for "GUY"

Fresh update on "guy" discussed on The Big Take

The Big Take

00:44 sec | 14 min ago

Fresh update on "guy" discussed on The Big Take

"Lot of the base had a problem with him. And you see some of the ads with Warnock right now, he's attacking that weak spot where he's running ads with Republicans, particularly as Nancy mentioned, black Georgians are important, but what Warnock's doing is running as with white Republicans saying, hey, you know what? This guy hurts your walker. I'm not sure about him, right? So he's trying to punch that weak spot that Herschel Walker had. Nancy Craig and Mario please stick around. We'll continue this conversation after the break. I'm Wes kosova, and this is Bloomberg. Now your three day weather forecast on Bloomberg 11 three O. Thickening clouds for tonight low temperatures dropping down

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Get Out and Vote Tomorrow for Herschel Walker

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | 7 hrs ago

Get Out and Vote Tomorrow for Herschel Walker

"So Politico has a big article this morning all Republicans are in growing despondent over Herschel Walker losing momentum in Georgia, Raphael Warnock is gaining momentum. Yeah, they could have written that 6 weeks ago. They probably did. You know, voters have a funny way of telling sites like Politico. You're not going to tell us who to vote for. This is obviously an effort. I was talking to the lieutenant governor Pamela Everett of in South Carolina. She was into koa Georgia this morning with my pal Joey Hudson, Joey was doing a remote broadcast from Georgia. South Carolina's neighboring state. A lot of people in South Carolina are helping to get out the vote in Georgia by canvassing and knocking on doors and doing all we can to get Herschel Walker elected to prevent the Democrats from getting outright control of the Senate 51 49 and like Pamela said they write these articles and they do everything they can to suppress a vote and to discourage people from turning up at the turnout in Georgia has been huge. And so there's no reason to despair, get out and vote tomorrow's election day. And Herschel Walker could pull this thing out. He's the underdog. There's no question. He's up against Hollywood. He's up against all the millions and millions of dollars that have been funneled into Georgia, supporting an abortion, a pro abortion pastor. I mean, that's all I need to know. Talk about again. A good versus evil. That really is good versus evil. You think about this. The guy that stands at the pulpit of the ebenezer baptist church is A-okay with late term abortion, is that not evil, creeping into our world?

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Fresh update on "guy" discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

00:35 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "guy" discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"Yeah, right. The reason you vote, I remember I asked my mom one time, why people would vote for Obama. This was on the second term. And she always has a way of putting things very clear and she said, they like him. That was true. And that's you can't add to that, really. That's true. That's true, Greg, thank you so much for the call. He had they like him. That's not simple voters are to be honest. But let me tell you about consumer tax advocates, I'm really excited to tell you guys about this because I hope that we get every single inch or ounce of money back from the dirty government. But let me tell you about consumer access. Look, you know, you guys did the tough job during COVID. You paid your people. You pulled your business through the pandemic. And now you're doing a tough thing. And now, the tough thing could qualify you for up to $26,000 per employee at COVID tax relief dot org. Government funds are available to reward companies with two or more employees who stayed open during COVID. This is not a loan and you don't have to pay it back. The program is complicated,

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Delivery Driver Charged With Kidnapping, Killing Girl

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 7 hrs ago

Delivery Driver Charged With Kidnapping, Killing Girl

"A FedEx driver has confessed to abducting and killing this beautiful little 7 year old girl, Athena strand, after he delivered a package to the girl's home. Police found the little girl's body, southeast of Boyd, Texas, where she lived. The driver, a 31 year old, named Tanner Lynn Horner, is sitting in jail right now, being charged with capital murder and aggravated kidnapping, he has apparently admitted to the crime. He's confessed. Now, I'm not going to compare the abduction and murder of a little 7 year old child. To those who are complaining about a Christmas production at a church in north Texas. I know, I know it's not the same thing. I'm not comparing them. But in a way, aren't they sort of similar stories? There's so much evil. Isn't it, I mean, obviously it's an unspeakable evil to target a child like this, and I have to admit, I obsess over why these things happen. 31 year old guy, he's a FedEx delivery guy. How many people in Texas probably encountered him in a normal day to today interaction? Oh, here's your president. Here's your package, mister Smith. Oh, thanks, young man. And now he's in jail. Having confessed apparently to seeing a little 7 year old child playing in the street, abducting her and murdering her.

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How to Overcome Monster Movies

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:21 min | 8 hrs ago

How to Overcome Monster Movies

"Well, I just want to tell the viewers that my spider phobia, maybe I shouldn't share this because it's a little graphic, but I one time saw this video. This is where it comes from. Where a spider laid eggs inside someone's skin and the spider's hatched, like there was a cut in this wow. And again, I don't know if it was real or maybe technically altered, but I think I saw that maybe 5 years ago and I have had nightmares at least once a week since then that a spider is going to hatch eggs in my skin. So that's where it comes. When I was a kid, I would say about 12. I told my older brother and I think it's common for younger brothers to idolize their older brother. And I certainly did. And so he was 18, which, to me, was like old. Yeah. And I told him I was really scared of monster films. So he said there's only one thing you can do to overcome that. Keep watching them until you're not scared, and then start laughing at the makeup. And the whole silliness of these guys who were monsters, and it worked.

Republican Geoff Duncan Calls Herschel Walker a Terrible Candidate

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | 8 hrs ago

Republican Geoff Duncan Calls Herschel Walker a Terrible Candidate

"Big election day in the state of Georgia, Rafael Warnock and Herschel Walker going at it. Just about every headline I've seen is very discouraging for Republicans. And look, at the end of the day, we will know by tomorrow. Who won the day? But my concern is a very real concern. We're going to be talking with Martha Zoller from W D UN in just a little while. But my concern is about getting out the vote. Tomorrow, you're going to have bad weather, but you got to still get out, you got to go vote. Beyond that, I'm very concerned about the establishment Republicans in Georgia and whether or not they will try and sabotage the election. You say, well, Tom, what are you talking about? Well, the lieutenant governor of Georgia, a guy by the name of Jeff Duncan, is out there, and he's saying that he didn't vote for Herschel Walker. He calls Herschel Walker a terrible candidate. Take a listen. Earlier, today, CBS News congressional correspondent Nicole Killian discussed the runoff election with the lieutenant governor of Georgia. The Republican explained why he decided not to vote for fellow party member, Herschel Walker. I'm a conservative. I'm a conservative because I think it's the best way to govern. I've been a Republican a lot longer than a lot of folks. I think I've got kids probably that could articulate the conservative platform better in some of the candidates that Donald Trump and his group supported all across the country. This wasn't the right brand for republicanism. And I think Herschel Walker will probably go down as one of the worst Republican candidates in our party's history. All right, and that was not just some random Republican. That's the lieutenant governor of the state of Georgia, whose out there effectively campaigning against the party's nominee. What in the world are you folks doing in the state of Georgia?

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Miranda Devine: FBI Tracked Conversations to Cover up Hunter Laptop

The Dan Bongino Show

01:25 min | 8 hrs ago

Miranda Devine: FBI Tracked Conversations to Cover up Hunter Laptop

"So eventually he contacted many months later Rudy Giuliani by email gave him chapter in verse screenshots of material on the laptop and the FBI knew the laptop was real They knew that John Paul Mac Isaac was a legitimate guy and so they were pre warned about this story that was going to come out involving Joe Biden from the material on hunter to laptop And they also would have had access to my messages with Rudy Giuliani in October in which they would have found out that the post was working on the story roughly when we were going to publish and roughly what we were going to be publishing So they had a good reason if they wanted to bury this story to pre bunker with the social media platforms And the other part of this that a lot of people haven't picked up But James baker who is the former general counselor in top lawyer at the FBI 5 months before the 2020 election he gets parachuted into Twitter Their top lawyer So he's still there And so you know when Elon Musk authorized the Twitter files to be jumped on Friday there was one thing missing and that was FBI involvement

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FBI Met Weekly With Big Tech Ahead of the 2020 Election, Agent Says

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 9 hrs ago

FBI Met Weekly With Big Tech Ahead of the 2020 Election, Agent Says

"There's a name that came up in a bunch of depositions that are being given in a lawsuit filed by the Missouri attorney general It's a free speech lawsuit Eric Schmidt a good guy a couple other AGs are involved too including Louisiana They subpoenaed a guy by the name of Elvis Chan Elvis Chan is a supervisory special agent I believe at one point worked out of the San Francisco office at tip archaeus audience Now you may have heard that name Elvis Chan before because Elvis Chan's name was mentioned by FBI whistleblower Kyle seraphin on this show as a possible conduit between the FBI and the tech community Well Elvis Chan testifying under oath the Fox News article my newsletter today you'll notice that the FBI met weekly with big tech ahead of the 2020 election an agent testifies FBI agent Elvis Chan testified Tuesday in the Missouri and Louisiana attorneys general's case there Attorneys attorneys general What did Elvis Chan say Well I was Chan said a lot He admitted to the meetings But proving to you that the most dangerous component to this story and left wing media The communists left wing media will do anything to squash the First Amendment portion of this story That the government the FEC the DNI the FBI and others knew about this At least the law enforcement at these new before the election They were watching Rudy Giuliani purposefully as an effort to steal his messages to make sure they could get ahead of anything Giuliani was going to do to release the Hunter Biden story The fact that the FBI knew

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Managing the Digital Strategy of the Trump Administration

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:02 min | 11 hrs ago

Managing the Digital Strategy of the Trump Administration

"Do in the Trump administration? And how did you end up in the Trump administration? Well, you know, I did what a lot of immigrants do, which is, you know, figure things out here in my new home country. And they went to school. I ended up in the advertising business in New York. I did pretty much your mad men type advertising for 20 or so years. And at some point, I ended up with an ad agency that had a guy named Donald Trump as a client. And so where did you first go into the Trump administration at the Department of State or somewhere else? No, I went straight to Department of State. I came in as the deputy assistant secretary for digital strategy and my goal was just to bring what I did when I learned from the private sector to make our foreign policy the best for the world.

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'The Devil's Triangle: Mark Judge vs the New American Stassi'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | 17 hrs ago

'The Devil's Triangle: Mark Judge vs the New American Stassi'

"Talking to Mark judge the new book is called the devil's triangle with the subtitle Mark judge versus the new American Stasi. That was the East German secret police. You're just telling us mark how they did extensive what you call opposition research on you to build this case. This is creepy that people would say, how do we concoct a lie? I mean, it's an amazing thing if opposition research is true. But you're selling saying that they tried to use whatever they could find about you to create a plausible story and they figured we've got it where this is going to work. All we need is somebody with the guts to lie in front of the whole world and they found Christine blasey Ford. It's chilling to me. I worry about people souls that they would participate in this. I know they believe so strongly and abortion that they're almost willing to do anything, but it's chilling to me, frankly, that these things go on. Yeah, and as I was saying, The New York Times two reporters wrote a book called the educational Brett Kavanaugh, and if they report on a guy named Keith kogler, who was friends with blasey Ford and he said in the summer of 2018 for 6 weeks leading up to this, he was researching my writing, my videos, but they might have been physically tracking me. I don't even know. And the way opera research works, the devil's triangles oppo researchers, the media and leftist politicians. But oppo researchers will find everything about you from your birth certificate up to last week and then they open the Bombay doors at the last minute and just dump it. And as one of them put it 90% of my job is getting emotionally upset people to start talking. So they opened the Bombay doors and dumped all this on me and because I've known about the Stasi and I've been writing about this for a long time, I thought I know what's going on. Every word you say is a shift that they are going to plant right in your back. You know, if you talk, it's over because they'll twist whatever you say, even if it's the truth. And that's when I thought of this great movie, the lives of others about the German Stassi. And I said, okay, you're living the lives of others right now. And as we were saying before, the commercial break, they thought it was going to be easy.

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Why AJ's Ego Chose Soccer Over Football

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:18 min | 17 hrs ago

Why AJ's Ego Chose Soccer Over Football

"I'm a kid in high school. And I'm going, do I play football? Or do I play soccer? I still regret to this day I didn't play football. Believe me. It is my main regret in life. But I remember seeing videos of the New York cosmos on private jets. Flying to different games. And I remember reading stories in the sports pages, written by writers that I aspired to be, and I just could not believe the kind of shit they got. The way they're flights were, they had girls on their flights. They had drugs on their flights. They landed and it was a fucking party. And I'm sitting there being whatever 16, 17, 18 gone, you know what? I kind of want to be a soccer guy. This is insane. I love this party atmosphere. Sign me up. I played sock. And the cosmos were fucking fantastic. So what do you think that did to my ego? You know, whatever you hear me spout off on things. I don't care what I'm talking about. I don't care what the topic is. You know, my ego is always out front. It's because of all those things that happen when I was a kid.

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Bringing the Bible to Life with Katie Miller of 'Sight and Sound'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 17 hrs ago

Bringing the Bible to Life with Katie Miller of 'Sight and Sound'

"You are the what, you're the head of Sight & Sound theaters. What is your official title? I'm the director of marketing communications. You're the head of marketing and communications close enough. You're the grandchild of the folks who founded site in sand. Now, people who are just tuning in who don't know what this is. Give us the synopsis of what is Sight & Sound. Sure. So Sight & Sound is based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and we are coming up on celebrating in just a couple of years, 50 years of what we call bringing the Bible to life on stage. So we have two theaters, one in Lancaster, when in Branson, Missouri, they are large theaters, and we are known for bringing Bible stories to life. And when you say they're large theaters, that's the classic Christian understatement like the humble Christian. They're large theaters. They're huge. They're gigantic. They are really huge. They are. And let's be honest. Yeah, they're 2000s. Gigantic. 2000 seats, we have a 300 foot wraparound stage so these stories, you know, we want to do these stories justice. So they come to life. The audience is really in the middle of the story that's happening. Okay, so the big news is for the first time ever, you guys are coming out with a movie. Yes. Okay. And that's a Christmas movie called I heard the bells. It is. And we are so beyond excited about it, and we can't believe it's finally here. Now, before we talk about that, which is the big news, the headline, I heard the bells, the film. You are also airing on TBN Joseph. We are. Now, and when is that airing? The 25th of November. Coming up here. It's coming up every day. November 25th on TBN at 8 and 10 p.m. Eastern Time, TBN is airing Joseph. So before we get into, I heard the bells this big Christmas movie. Tell us a little bit about Joseph because obviously this is in a few days. Yeah. So Joseph hasn't been live on one of our stages for quite some time, but it is one of my favorite shows that we produce. And one of my favorite stories. If you're familiar with the story, you know what happens. But watching Joseph B kind of torn apart from his family, the life that he leads and then the power of forgiveness and reuniting with his family for giving his brothers seeing his father again. It is just an incredibly moving story and one of my most favorites. So we're super excited to be partnering with TBN again.

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Why is time to be 'all-in' on Jalen Hurts and Eagles | THE HERD

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 21 hrs ago

Why is time to be 'all-in' on Jalen Hurts and Eagles | THE HERD

"Week 13 roundup, I'm Dave ferry. The eagles put a hurting on the Titans. Correspondent Michael luongo was there. The eagles got another big effort from quarterback Jalen hurts in the 35 Chan window with a Titans, hertz rapper, one touchdown through for three. For us to be successful as the team every man has to be able to step up and take advantage of the opportunity. And we've been fortunate to have guys like AJ and smithy take advantage of those opportunities when they come. Earth finished with 380 yards passing for a Philadelphia who approved to 11 and one

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Geno Smith hits Metcalf for late TD, Seahawks top Rams 27-23

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 d ago

Geno Smith hits Metcalf for late TD, Seahawks top Rams 27-23

"The Seahawks scored a late touchdown to pull out a 27 23 win against the rams. Gino Smith connected with DK Metcalf on an 8 yard scoring pass with 36 seconds to play. Smith had a career high 367 yards passing and three touchdowns. That's what I pride myself on. You know, my guys, being able to count on me. No matter the situation, being reliable for the team for the city and just going out there and winning. Seattle moves to 7 and 5 and stays in the playoff chase, the rams dropped to three and 9. Mark Myers englewood California

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Jim Cramer Calls FTX CoFounder Sam BankmanFried a Pathological Liar, Conman, and Clueless Idiot

Bitcoin News Miner

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Jim Cramer Calls FTX CoFounder Sam BankmanFried a Pathological Liar, Conman, and Clueless Idiot

"1 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Jim Cramer calls FTX cofounder, Sam bankman fried a pathological liar, command, and clueless idiot. The host of mad money, Jim Cramer, says former FTX CEO of Sam bankman fried SPF is a pathological liar and a con man that guy is a clueless idiot. Intent means nothing, saying sorry means nothing, Cramer stressed Jim Cramer on Sam bankman fried and FTX collapsed the host of CNBC's mad money show. Jim Cramer shared his the post Jim Cramer calls FTX cofounder, Sam bankman fried a pathological liar, command, and clueless idiot appeared first on Bitcoin news minor.

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A Guide to Bitcoin Wallets An Overview of Types, Uses, And Pros And Cons

Cryptoverze

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

A Guide to Bitcoin Wallets An Overview of Types, Uses, And Pros And Cons

"2 p.m. Tuesday, November 29th, 2022. Again to Bitcoin while it's an overview of types, uses, and pros and cons. If you're new to cryptocurrency, one of the first questions you may have was where do I store my bitcoins besides this? There are many questions and concerns regarding digital currency wallets that you should note about. In this informative article, we will help you know when detail about Bitcoin wallets uses pros and cons. The post a guy to Bitcoin wallets and overview of types, uses, and pros and cons appeared first on cryptoverse.

Jim Cramer Calls FTX CoFounder Sam BankmanFried a Pathological Liar, Conman, and Clueless Idiot

Bitcoin News

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

Jim Cramer Calls FTX CoFounder Sam BankmanFried a Pathological Liar, Conman, and Clueless Idiot

"1 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Jim Cramer calls FTX cofounder Sam bankman fried a pathological liar, con man, and clueless idiot. The host of mad money, Jim Cramer, says former FTX CEO Sam Meg Manfred SPF is a pathological liar and a con man. That guy is a clueless idiot. Intent means nothing. Saying sorry means nothing, Kramer stressed. Jim Cramer on Sam bankman fried an FTX collapse the host of CNBC's mad money show, Jim Cramer shared his.

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This Guy Knows Where Youll Make 80 of Your Wealth by 2032

American Institute for Crypto Investors

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

This Guy Knows Where Youll Make 80 of Your Wealth by 2032

"11 a.m. Friday, November 25th, 2022. This guy knows where you'll make 80 of your wealth by 2032. The crypto market may not close the way its traditional counterparts do, but this is still a time to take it easy and think about everything we have to be thankful for. And me, I am thankful I got the chance. Read more. The post this guy knows where you'll make 80 of your wealth by 2032 appeared first on American institute for crypto investors.

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Washington regulator doesnt need new laws to stop bad guys in crypto

Protos

00:25 sec | 1 d ago

Washington regulator doesnt need new laws to stop bad guys in crypto

"11 a.m. Friday, December 2nd, 2022. Washington regulator doesn't need new laws to stop bad guys in crypto. According to the Washington State Department of financial institutions, DFI, current laws are robust enough to stop crypto crime the post Washington regulator doesn't need new laws to stop bad guys in crypto appeared first on protos

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Hurts has 3 TD passes plus TD run, Eagles beat Titans 35-10

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

Hurts has 3 TD passes plus TD run, Eagles beat Titans 35-10

"The eagles got another big effort from quarterback jail on hertz and a 35 Chan win over the Titans, hertz rapper one touchdown through for three, two of those passes to AJ Brown, the other two though I take Smith. For us to be successful as a team, every man has to be able to step up and take advantage of the opportunity. And we've been fortunate to have guys like AJ and smithy take advantage of those opportunities when they come. Earth finished with 380 yards passing for a Philadelphia who approved to 11 and one. Miles Sanders had a touchdown run for the birds, Ryan Tannehill, had a fixed down password Tennessee in the loss. Michael Luang go, Philadelphia

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"guy" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:06 min | 1 d ago

"guy" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Whatever it is. Thank you, rod. Thank you, sir. Leo Laporte, the tech guy, one final segment still to come. Aliens exist. Yes.

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"guy" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"guy" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Music. On the road. I need my washboard. I love this song. I haven't heard this in ages. Not since I was a young man. You should play the Irish rovers, Laura. If you've got Irish rovers on there, especially the unicorn song. Is that like your favorite? The Irish rover is unicorn song. I used to work with the son of one of the rovers. Really? Yeah. And then the chewing gum song. Does your chewing gum lose its flavor on the bed post overnight? And if your mother says ladies and gentlemen, you might wonder, what have I tuned into on the radio? This is the tech guy. This is the tech guy show. Where old people talk about old things. You know, I'm the old guy here. You're supposed to be the youngin. I don't get it. Let me see. Okay, here we go. So yesterday on TikTok, there you go. I was browsing the TikTok. Now we're cooking with gas. Wait a minute. I'm sorry. I shouldn't have said that. I am Leo Laporte, the old guy he's Micah sergeant at the young guy. We are your tech guys. Young and old, answering your calls at 88 88 esque Leo, we were talking with Johnny off the air about this, by the way, I want to get on record here. I have been saying, stay away from crypto. Yes. Stay away from NFTs. I've been saying that. Haven't I? Yeah, Leo once again on record saying I told you so. Well, no, I don't mean to say that. I hope that you took my advice and you didn't. That's actually what I've been thinking about in this. I've been thinking about how for the longest time. It's a pyramid. And not ever really encouraging, because what this is every single instance of it continues to prove that it's just scam after scheme after scam. It's frustrating. So the latest is FTX, which you've seen everywhere. In fact, you probably saw Tom Brady and his wife, Gisele Bündchen, advertising, how much money pardon me?

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"guy" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

05:44 min | Last month

"guy" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Yelling at the TV? I've been screwing in my prayers. Noble pursuit all of us engage in from time to time. I hope you hope you feel a little bit better. 88 88 ask Leo, that's the phone number, Leo Laporte, the tech guy rod pile coming up our space guy. We'll talk about space and more of your calls too. Again,

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"guy" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:42 min | 2 months ago

"guy" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"If you're not in the U.S. or Canada, well, here's some good news. You could just you could just use Skype out or something like that. You know, one of those Internet doohickeys to call. And it shouldn't still shouldn't cost you anything. We do get calls from all over the world. It's fun. I like that. 88 88 ask Leo 888-827-5536. The lines are open, as they say. Website tech guy labs dot com, that's a good thing to know about because that's where. All the information you hear on the show is going to show up. We call the show notes. We put the show notes up there. For free, no sign up, just wander and there's somebody asked about a login page yesterday. No, I don't know where he was, but there's no login page on ours. So don't worry about it. Just go to tech guy labs dot com. And this is episode 1934. Very good year. Very good episode, I hope. We'll find out, won't we? And then audio and video of the show be put up there at tech guy labs dot com and the show notes and transcript all that stuff. Good news if you wondering so I'm going to make a big confession here. I and my Friends, my ilk, the geeks, whenever I'm doing a show, you know when I do a bunch of other podcasts for hardcore enthusiasts like Windows weekly, it's all about Windows, Paul throne, Mary Jo foley or Mac break weekly. I do all these shows for people really into it. Enthusiasts. And when I mention this show, the radio show I do. I always say the normal people listen to the radio show. I hope that's not offensive. But no, you're normal. It is we who are not normal. We're abnormally about all this stuff and think about it all the time and all that stuff. The enthusiasts, but one of the reasons it's really great to do this show is to connect with real people in the real world and understand that their view of what's going on in technology is often very different. From how we nerds, geeks think about it. I'll give you an example. Well, actually, I'm actually asking you as a normal person what you think. When you surf around, whether it's on your phone or your computer, you go to a website, you see that thing pops up that says, hey, we use cookies on this website. And then sometimes it says, what's your preference? Sometimes it doesn't even say that. It just says, you want to know more, click this link otherwise say okay. The infamous cookie consent banner. Have you just curiosity? You notice that, right? How annoying is it to you? It's very annoying to me. It comes from European regulations. European privacy regulations. And it's really comes from a complete misunderstanding of how the Internet works. European privacy regulations, essentially all four. I mean, privacy, yeah, good thing, not a bad thing. Good thing. But they had decided some years ago to demonize cookies. And I think a lot of people, again, speaking as a geek, we kind of know what those are all about. But I think a lot of people, normal people probably go, yeah, cookies bad. And so the theory, I guess, is this site is now warning you. Well, we use them. Good luck. Have fun. 'cause they're required by law to do so. Only for Europeans, but it's such a pain.

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"guy" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:48 min | 6 months ago

"guy" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Man, I love, I would love to get Alton Brown and our network. I don't think we can afford Alton Brown. Yeah, I love those Calabrian chilies. I put those, I put those in everything, Kim. Thank you. She got me on Calabrian chili. And you know, it's funny because it's all Hank. He's a big collaboration Julie guy. Oh, you're going to make me cry. Leo Laporte, the tech guy, happy Father's Day. Dad's Aaron out there in ashfield, Massachusetts is next. Hi Aaron, hello. Hi. Welcome to the show. What can I do for you? Well, I've been listening to you watching since C band satellite days. Oh my gosh. No. That goes back to 1998. And over the years, lots of people have called in with problems that were traced to lousy Internet because they lived in some place that was nice to live in. I know. It's the greatest, it's the greatest disappointment in this country. The Internet service providers, unlike some countries where the government puts in the infrastructure, here it's of course private industry. And there's not much incentive for them to do all that digging. If there's only four people per square mile, so the rural areas are often overlooked. Where I live, we're in one of the larger towns and land area in Massachusetts, but we have a population of less than 2000. Yeah. Are you in western mass? Yeah. About 15 miles from the New York quarter 1520 miles and about ten or 15 miles from the Vermont New Hampshire border. Yeah, I love western Massachusetts. It's a beautiful, beautiful area. But yeah, you pay the price because all those trees, 5th generation, family farm here. And your advice that you're going to have to move someplace else, the good get better Internet is not practical. It's not going to well, here's the good news. You stayed there long enough that things are starting to look up. We fund the MLP and oh, that was good. That's smart. That's the work of a local or very persistent over the last 5 or 6 years. We finally have symmetric gigabit fiber to every house in town. Oh, that's a great story. And how much does that cost you? $85 a month. Well worth it..

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The Tech Guy

04:56 min | 6 months ago

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"I love you, linode. Now back to the tech guy show. Leo Laporte the tech guy 88 88 ask Leo, the phone number. Jill on the line from Newport Beach, California. Hi, Jill. Hello. Hello. Welcome. Thank you very much. What can I do for you? So I deleted an old email, and I wanted back. And when I look in my trash, it's more than it was more than a month old. I'm using iCloud on Apple. Okay. So how do you get your email to use the Apple mail program or do you use do you just use their web browser to get it? I use the Apple well where mail program. Okay. So you can also log in and this is your last hope. You can log into iCloud directly. Using a browser. Yeah. I tried that. Okay, and you went in there and. I can look again, but yeah. All right. So let me see if there's anything special you should do. There is a trash bin. And you looked on the web browser, not in Apple mail, but in the web browser to see, you only have 30 days, by the way, to get it. So if it's exactly, if it's more than 30 days, unless but you did look in the trash bin on the web browser? And I get the email itself was over 30 days, but it hasn't been 30 days since I did. Okay, good. Well, since there's nothing in my trash. Oh. So when you delete an email, it's moved to the trash folder in the iCloud mail interface. And it's stored there in the clock starts ticking when you do that. So 30 days from then, so you go to the you go to iCloud dot com on safari, right? This is what you did. You did..

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The Tech Guy

04:28 min | 7 months ago

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"Hey, hey, how are you today? Leo Laporte here, the tech guy. Along with Mike a sergeant tech guy too. It is tech guy day. In the studio, it's a beautiful day in the tech guy studio. I've put on, I've taken off my shoes, switched them in for a slippery cardigan. It's very good. We're cozy. We're comfy, and we're ready to answer your tech questions at 88, 88 ask Leo 8 8 8 8 two 7 5 5 three 6 toll free from anywhere in the U.S. or Canada. Outside that area, it's still told free, but you have to use Skype out and something like that. Website tech guy labs dot com. So Apple, I think, was kind of pressured into self repair. You know, there's this whole right to repair movement going on all over the country. And I think more than two dozen state legislatures have bills requiring that you should be able to repair your stuff, your iPhone, your AirPods, whatever it is, it's broken. I think a lot of this actually comes from farm country where they're all peeved and miffed about John Deere, you buy yourself a $400,000 combine harvester, and you have to bring it to the John Deere guy to fix it. No matter what, only John Deere can fix it. And if you do have the temerity to fix it yourself, you still have to bring it to the Don deer guy. So he can run a little computer program that blesses it and says, okay, it's all right. And so people are annoyed about that. Although, it bit the Russians in the butt a couple of weeks ago. Do you see that? They stole a bunch of John Deere tractors from Ukraine and started to drive them back to Russia. And John Deere pulled the plug. Turns out they have the capability from the factory. A disabling that combine that tractor that device. And so they did, which is good, good on them for messing with the Russians. But it does raise this specter. Increasingly, the stuff we buy and think we own is not. Our own. If at any time a company can disable your device, remotely, do you own it? So Apple has been under a lot of pressure, not just from the U.S., but from the EU saying, you got to let people fix their own phones. Apple's always said, well, we would, your honor, your honor..

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The Tech Guy

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"guy" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Guidehouse insights guidehouse insects will bearings media. Thank you, Sam. Leo. I'll peak that guy. Guy has since greenhouse. What was I thinking? So if you have, instead of mirrors, actually, it's a great question, John's asking, instead of mirrors, you have cameras, where do the display go so that where would you look to see what the side views are? So it's very different manufacturers have done different solutions. Sometimes there will be an LCD display at the base of the a pillar on either side. So basically very close to where you would look for the mirrors today. In the case of the Audi E Tron on European market versions of the E Tron, they're actually just in the top corner of the door panel just below the a pillars. So generally they're putting them somewhere in the same general vicinity where you're glancing anyway when you're glancing at your mirrors, which you should be doing before you make a lane change or back up or anything like that. And also scanning scanning your mirrors periodically as you drive. So that's where they're locating those displays for that. I will let you have your time web shorts dearly to hear about the ionic 5. Okay. I distracted you with the talk about lights, but I always try to make it more generalized. Well, I started it because I talked about the matrix lights. Or the pixel lights on the ionic file. The ionic 5 is really a fantastic car. It's shaped a little more like a 90s hot hatchback like a golf GTI or something like that. But with a distinct look to it, it's the base setup is rear wheel drive like what VW is doing with the ID three ID four and there are other ID platform vehicles. And it's actually surprisingly roomy inside. So it's the same length as the Hyundai Tucson. So if you're familiar with the Tucson or a Toyota rav four or Honda CR-V, those are all about the same length about a hundred and a 176 or a 182 183 inches long. Just a couple inches shorter than a Mach-E or a model Y so very close in size to those vehicles. But the wheel base is a 118 inches. So it's about ten inches longer wheel base than the Tucson. So it has a lot, they've really pushed the wheels out to the corners, which both has the effect creates a. Blanket on the word now. Creates an optical illusion that the car looks smaller than it actually is, but it's actually a pretty decent size as very roomy inside, very comfortable inside. A lot of fun to drive. Not quite as quick as a Tesla. That is powerful. But 320 horsepower with the all wheel drive two 25 for the rear drive version..

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The Tech Guy

05:14 min | 1 year ago

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"Guy, Chris marquard's here. He is my photo sensei at sensei dot photo SEN SEI dot photo. He's also a very accomplished photographer. And as it turns out, our particular coach on this show, hello, Chris. Hi, Leo. You are. You are always an inspiration to get me out there taking pictures. I owe my expensive habit. I owe it all to you. It's all my fault. Well, do you go on a taste like this? You told me. It's kind of radio. Not so nicely. We have the exact same thing today here. So yeah, great days. It's one of those situations where you don't feel like going out and shooting. But interestingly enough, that's where it kind of begins becoming interesting. So I might just stay inside LEGO figures if that's okay. Well, it's nothing wrong with that, but the inspiration for what I want to talk about today comes from real life events, because we've been out for a walk today, and it has been one of these days where you go. Don't you worry about your phone, or is it pouring? It says just gray. It wasn't pouring. It was just gray and a bit misty and cold and wintry and dwell. Northern hemisphere, weather in December. So and I did take my phone to take pictures. I wasn't brave enough to bring my camera didn't wouldn't really have suffered, but it was like, yeah, it doesn't feel like it. And then I saw interesting things. And it gave me the idea to talk about shooting at gray days with whatever camera you have. And a few things that you want to maybe look out for a few ideas, how to make that into something interesting. And the first thing that comes to mind is a gray day like this. You have a severe lack of contrast..

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The Tech Guy

05:38 min | 1 year ago

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"Put it on your computer, it will tell you if your fans are running. And then if they're not running, then, yeah, that's a cause for concern. But otherwise, I think you're fine. Okay, thank you so much. I'm sorry. First time I ever heard that. Too many favorites. I got too many favorites. You're all my favorites. You can't have too many favorites. Leo Laporte, the tech guy. I should start collecting. Things the IT guy, the repair guy, the tech guy said, in order to get out of a job because that's what that was. She brought it in. She brought a laptop into best bite of the geek squad. She said, I got a warning. I said, the fan stopped working. Guy said, oh. Lady, he said, I'm looking at your computer here. You've got far too many favorites. That's the problem. And then he said, I love this. And if you give it to me, it's going to take me two, three weeks to get around to looking at it. And then maybe another month to fix it. That is things a tech guy says because he doesn't want the job. Not that none of that makes any sense. He just doesn't want to do it. Lady, you got too many favorites. Clearly, that's the problem. Tabs maybe that might heat up a system if you had thousands of tabs open. It just slow down. You can have fans and you can have favorites. But I don't think they have anything to do with one another. Rod on the line from Coachella valley, California hello rod. Hey, Leo. Hey, how are you? I'm doing good. By the way, I gave you ten second update on a call. I had a couple of months ago with you about not being able to save phone numbers like my Apple watch phone number on my iPhone. Yeah. And I finally tracked it down to the fact that I am sinking between iOS and outlook and iOS support fields that it knows are at outlook. That makes sense. Right. Yeah. Right. It just wasn't a field. There was nowhere to save it. I even cry creating a custom field and outlook and that didn't work. Let's look at the standard fields apparently. See, I'm glad thanks for letting me know because I'm going to make a mental note next time somebody calls with that question. I'll go, oh, I see what the problem is here. You've got too many favorites. So look like a hero again. Look like a hero. So what can I do next? All right. I have a Windows 10 pro computer. I started by Microsoft account when my email with GTE dot net that will tell you how old that email address. Oh, wow, yeah. That's a classic. And I want to get rid of all traces of it right now. I have an Outlook.com account that is what I'm using is I think it's what I'm using to sign in on Windows. It is an alias for my Microsoft account on the Internet. Okay. So is this a simple thing or is this a complicated thing? No, it's pretty simple..

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The Tech Guy

02:47 min | 1 year ago

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"Altria. You could also just call in the harangue. I don't care. 88, 88 asked Leo that's toll free in the U.S. or Canada outside that area. You can call using Skype, and you should still reach us. There's a website where you can also leave comments, but you can also get links to anything we talk about is tech guy labs contact guy labs. Dot com. And you could call with a spirited defensive Facebook or leave a comment. That's fine. I understand. Tech guy labs dot com no charge for that no sign. We.

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The Tech Guy

02:28 min | 1 year ago

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"Thank you use your way now. Back to the tech. Guy leo laporte. The tech. i eighty eight eighty eight. Ask leo the phone number chris. Marquardt photo guy coming up in about ten. Meanwhile eric is on the line from your belinda. California hello eric. Hi leo good to talk to you bear with me. I'm really nervous Your listeners are just so well informed just So all the computers and cellphones in high tech. And my question is what can someone see. Or do on my iphone while be on an unsecured five My problem is about a month ago month and a half ago logged onto. Mcdonald's free wifi to retrieve user names and passwords off an old phone transferred to my new iphone. Eleven and i got a message saying your password may have been compromised. Excuse me. I'm really nervous. That's okay that's okay. Just you and me erik. Just us talking. No one else is talked to. People can mean nervous now are so you had to iphones and and the password you wanted. We're on one and the you wanted to transfer a new phone and you did it on a free wifi access point at mcdonald's is that what you're saying. Yes i logged onto the free wifi mcdonald. How did you. How did you get the passwords from one phone over the other. Well because yeah. Because that's what i was trying to log. How did you do. Did you airdrop them. Did you cut and paste it. I don't understand how how you did that. I just i just got into the. I looked into the settings. And i got the passwords off of the information and the yeah and then had you pass it to the new phone. Did you do it via tax. Well just just just just just just going on the on the app and entering it in there okay. So that's not where the compromise came from. So there's there's the good news is what. I was wondering. I don't know what somebody like. I says 'cause the browsers net. No you're fine. You're fine browsers now. Many browsers safari has added this capability. That's the browser. On your iphone many browsers now Are checking a database of breaches. You probably hear this on the news all the time you know. Target data breach late most recent one was twitch tv. You know the streaming thing Somebody got into their databases and released..

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The Tech Guy

01:38 min | 1 year ago

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"Interactive monitor. Hey hey how are you today. Leo laporte here. The tech guy. Good to see you tend to talk about You know technology computers. The internet home theater digital photography smartphone. Smart watches our car. Guy sam abdul samad back. They'll come up a little later on this hour. Space with rod pile. Chris martin photographer all coming up today. Eight eighty eight ask. Leo is the phone number. Eight eight eight two seven five five three six from anywhere in the us or canada outside that area you could still call but you have to use skype or something like that. Something some some software that will call phone number a landline in. Because it's an eight hundred number shouldn't cost you anything even outside the us and canada. Eight eight eight two seven five five. Three six toll free from anywhere in the us and canada website. If you hear something on the show you like you don't have to write it down. You want further investigate. You don't have to write it down. You're really mad about what i said. You don't have to write down. You don't have to yell at me there. You could just go to the website. It's free no sign up tech guy. Labs dot com. Everything's there james ruvo's writing it down as i speak. He's he's our court. Scribe a court a court gesture court stenographer all of the above it put it up there so you don't have to worry about it. It's all record for in fact we even put audio and video of the show after the fact so you know you can you. Can you can see it exactly as it happened. This is episode one thousand eight hundred thirty four so you just go to tech guy. Labs dot com. Look for that..

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The Tech Guy

04:16 min | 1 year ago

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"We thank so much supporting the tech guy. Podcast leo laporte. The tech guy eighty eight eighty eight. Ask leo the phone number. Normally at this time we would be joined by our car. Guy sam ables samad but he is off on assignment as sometimes happens. What a great gig to be the car guy not for this show but he you know he's an analyst for began car group navigate and he does a podcast he's worked for all the becomes. Somehow you get on that pipeline and then you get to drive a different car every week and sometimes you get invited to places to try cars and stuff it's cool. It's really cool sam. We'll be back next week Karl on the line from tustin california. I carly ellipoid the tech on lou. Hello yeah. I got a computer with windows ten on it and microsoft you student update on it and it killed my sound. Oh no oh no. So which update did you do. Well it was the last one that just came out last week. So would be twenty. H one twenty-one h. one well one was update. one was a security update. Okay and which one killed it. I have no idea because they didn't both it's So so apparently. There are some issues with sound problems. Actually you know anytime you have an update one of these big updates. They do these updates twice a year. you can have problems with some things There are problems it's funny. There's like an index a website how to fix windows dot com. There's an index of problems caused by windows updates. So i'm thinking you've got cumulative update kb four five seven nine three one one because It it deleted critical files But a number of people say it also ruined the sound so obviously you've checked the speakers in the cables and made sure that everything's okay. I tried to do their their checks on the Ten said era Driver may be corrupted. Tried to install new drivers. You're the one thing you can do. And i would try this. In the device manager you can delete a driver and i mean deleted not just uninstall it fully reinstalled. Okay okay so. There is a service There are a number of services That might have caused this problem did you did you try. The windows. audio troubleshooter went on the internet and looked up every so there is a in in. If you go to your settings you know. Hit windows key and And update and security. Let's see or other troubleshoot go to troubleshoot. There's a yeah underplaying audio. There's a troubleshooter. You did all of that. I went through all those. Yeah so There are a number of services. I'll tell you what i'm gonna put this link because this is about twenty different things to try it's from how to fix windows dot com first thing..

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The Tech Guy

02:41 min | 1 year ago

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"You can't to human spaceflight you can't have just been a payload which is what the guys were but does this mean that i can go up there and paint a stop sign as long as i planned to put it up somewhere around compact put on the moon. Maybe yeah yeah. I don't think that's what they mean. But the spirit of what they mean is. You can't just be cargo. You have to grow up there for a reason to do something to do an experiment. Not just to look out the window and come back. And i think the really it's not i it's interesting. This was at the same time as basis did it. But i suspect it's not so much about bazars in branson as about the real reason. These billionaires are doing these flights they wanna make this a commercial business and the faa does not have enough pins for all the two hundred and fifty thousand dollar ticket payers. That will be writing this blue origin into space. And there's other counter indications in here too. So when the old definition the nasa one that came out in two thousand five it says you know payload specialists or career scientists or engineers selected by their employer to go into space blah blah blah. Then it says. Vertical must have resulted from the vertical takeoff at of american space vehicle or so us taxi flight which kind of disc include the x fifteen iron giant. You know if they weren't astronauts they were certainly the best base pilots we ever had because that was completely almost completely manual flying in a spacesuit in a cabin filled with nitrogen for god's sakes if you opened your visor inside you'd suffocate blah so those were tough guys so i think there's room for everybody. There's gotta be room for citizens going up or whenever going to get off the design. This citizen astronaut pin. Oh i can design. It may look like you know. Your aunt becky's favourite broach. That has little diamonds and a poodle on it. But you know it'll be a space. I'm just telling you three forty nine. I'm sorry three forty nine delivery four twenty nine. You can get yourself your wings from walmart Suitable for framing or hanging. It's got a little little hope. I'm gonna wear it with very nice. Guy mac mike massimo. Who was a shuttle in aspen. I assessed astronaut came up with this definition which i like he said to become an astronaut is not a question being the best at something or things that come easy to you to being a person that can work with others and not give up. How's that hey. I think you win that prize. Hey thank you rod pile. He won't give up author space two point. Oh editor in chief.

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The Tech Guy

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"guy" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"And a roku is inexpensive and works. Great leo laporte detect guy johnny j. It's low aloha. i agree with you. Awas. who is the best island. Good at first. I didn't i because we're staying on the crazy. Why keep each. I said this is las vegas with a beach. This is insane and by the way the international tourists hadn't even come back yet so it wasn't even as crowded as would be normally so there weren't a lot of japanese or korean zero. Wow and fact as a result all the luxury stores were still closed or on the duty. Free shop was boarded up. You know because it just wasn't any international travel so that's you know but that's fine. It was fun you know. I the you know we have the the hotel waikiki. Beach towel rian was right on our balcony. On look down. There's the beach was beautiful. Unobstructed tell yeah. It's a condo hotel. Okay so We wanted because we bring michael. We wanted to bedrooms who wanted to kitchen. All that stuff and it was great. It was great and it was relatively expensive compared to somewhere where. What's your favorite hotel. Well it depends with my. If i'm with my kids really like staying at the ritz carlton residences because we do have a kitchen. Yeah that would be nice if i could afford that. So this is our view. I mean it was. We were right there and this is the beach. The problem is there's this is jan. This must be six. Am because it's normally there's all these people there's always surfers out there too which is fun to watch And so this and there's a there's a c- break so this was kind of kind of i felt like maybe that the cleanest beach but but that you're was fine. It was a great location. All the restaurants there we had great food A lot of fun. Thank you for the recommendations. We went to the Aloha table which was the hawaiian restaurant. Your friend recommended it was just great good And so you know chris. Ruth's chris. Steak house was great We had chris. Yeah i know. isn't that crazy. But it was really good. It was really good. I wasn't i wasn't gonna eat local show all week or spam was super. I'm listening to eat that all week. This dukes. By the way no couldn't get into dukes would've liked to but and then we went and there's lease on the balcony so it's a nice view..

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The Tech Guy

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"guy" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"I saw an article on the i tripoli spectrum which is their magazine by robert charette how software is eating the car the trend toward self driving an electric vehicles ed hundreds of millions of lines of code two cars can the auto industry cope. Just put it in perspective. Hundreds of millions of lines of code. That's how many lines of code there are in windows. it's that it's on. that level of sophistication. I'm sure i've been talking about this all along. But it's kind of stunning and it's relevant right now because it according to analysts. The chip shortage global chip shortage is being felt everywhere but it's especially being felt in kars four point one million autos won't be made this year because they can't get the chips that's a lot. Ten years ago only only fancy cars had microprocessor control units. Today fancy fancy. Cars like the bmw. Seven series may contain one hundred fifty electronic control units pickup trucks like the ford f. One fifty one hundred fifty million lines of code as of twenty seventeen. Some forty percent of the cost of a new car can be attributed to semi conductors. The cost is doubled in ten years and they think by By the end of this decade. It'll be fifty percent. Each new car today has about six hundred dollars semi conductors. Three thousand chips in it. So it's no surprise. I mean your steering is controlled by a chip. The the doors windows the mirrors the seats the climate control of course the anti-theft system the kilos entry system even the steering column as a computer on.

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