27 Burst results for "Garmon"

Apple Announces Watch Series 6

The Vergecast

04:17 min | Last month

Apple Announces Watch Series 6

"So there was an apple event. Will save some of the the mechanics of the apple in for a little bit later 'cause I was fourteen fourteen it's all wrapped up into that but top line had an event you heard from us last week they managed expectations around this event very carefully well carefully after the fact. The very carefully managed their post event announcement expectations. So there's going to be an IPAD and there's going to be watch in indeed there were some ipads and there are some watches the NFC apple, one service bundle they said, all the is are coming tomorrow developers freaked out. We'll talk about those and they said there's a new fourteen in the in the IPAD air. So let's start. With the watch. That's why I wanted to call on to begin with Ab. Watched your sixty or you have one I do tell us about it. Tell us tell us about your blood so I have the product red one and it is very pretty red is very I don't know rich and complex like a like a fine merlot a good. It's a good looking read and if you didn't Give me the red one and you asked me to tell between this and the series five. I would fail just straight up The screen is brighter and it's especially brighter two point five times brighter in the always on standby mode, and that's the only discernible difference unless you look specifically at the back to look at the sensors or you know specifically that the alternator is always on So, it's you on the L. Tim Eter blood, oxygen sensor, the slightly brighter screen, and there might be one other small difference that I'm forgetting though the new chip inside it's faster. What does it mean for an apple watching faster? Is like an a a very open question. So it was ironic about that is it's the only question whether it applies to android where where West watches. They all need to be faster But yeah, it's fine. So the really the the news here is the the blood oxygen sensor. It's like the big new thing everything else are like nice pip your year updates, but the blood oxygen sensor is really like the big deal here. So Nicole, you've done a little research into its potential at. I your headline was kind of like an important statement of fact, apple is marketing. It is a wellness device not as a medical device. They didn't say I thought this was really interesting way of kind of threading the needle like you might have heard about blood oxygen during all this stuff and then like closed that loop but nickel even looking into what what do you? Think about it. Yeah. So the reason that they're talking about it as long as devices because they cannot talk about it as a medical device. Clearance from the FDA to do so. So we're sort of in the spot where. Pulse ox mentors were blood oxygen sensors are in like a weird inbetween with FDA were like you can sort of have them on devices without getting clearance me FDA. But if you're trying to do some things and you have to apple has not done that for their pulse men on the watch yet but this isn't something new to this watch like Garmon has. had a pulse talks for a while that that has sort of quietly activated their feature last year and they've sort of been interesting to people for working out and getting a sense of kind of where your blood oxygen is during exercise but they've taken on a new role during the pandemic because monitoring oxygen levels is an important way to to the progression nineteen because. People can be walking and talking and have very low oxygen levels and you wouldn't necessarily know that just by looking at them, which is unusual usually like very low blood oxygen is smash with like you're gasping for breath and you can't really walk up the stairs. So that's why they've been important recently, but the with the product is on the Apple Watch is. It's not it can't be used to actually diagnosed and it shouldn't be to do. So it is more of kind of an interesting thing that you can look at, but we don't actually know like how well validated it is against sort of more standard pulse ox limiters that could be used in hospitals or kind of more medical grade devices because they haven't gone through. The process they don't have to necessarily release some of that validation information at this point.

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Garmin reportedly paid millions to resolve its recent ransomware attack

Security Now

07:32 min | 2 months ago

Garmin reportedly paid millions to resolve its recent ransomware attack

"Garment Hack. Lawrence Abrams bleeping computer as we know, as always had a strong interest in ransomware. So I'm not surprised that his coverage of the Garmin ransomware attack was the most detailed of any I've seen nor that he's had access to some. Insiders who have reached out to provide him some extra tasty bits. Among. Other things an employee inside Garmon informed him that the initial ransom demand was for ten million dollars. Oh. Yeah. Holy Moly. Dead. Dead million dollars. Okay. We don't know what ransom was finally paid. But it seems more certain than ever. That Garmon did pay up Lawrence wrote. After a four day outage, Garmon suddenly announced that they were starting to restore services and it made us suspect that they paid the ransom to receive a decrypt her. then. Last Saturday. Lawrence posted today bleeping computer gained access to an execute, -able created by the garment it department to Decrypt a workstation and then install a variety of security software on the machine. Since wasted locker. That's the ransomware is an enterprise targeting ransomware with no known weaknesses in their encryption algorithm. Decrypt, her cannot be made for free. And remember that bleeping computer has has been sort of a focal point four. The less than well designed ransom. Where mistakes were found in the encryption which allowed for the creation of a no charge, dijk crypt door and those have been organized and are are and can be found through bleeping computer. So he said to obtain a working decryption key Garmon must have paid the ransom to the attackers and he said this is where he said is not known how much was paid, but as previously stated, an employee told bleeping computer that the original ransom demand was for ten million dollars. When extracted this restoration package? This is the one that they that they received. A copy of that had been prepared by garments it department. This. Restoration package includes various security software installers, a decryption key, a wasted locker decrypt door, and a script to run them all. When executed the restoration package, decrypt the computer and then preps the machine with security software. Garments stripped contains a time stamp of July Twenty Fifth Twenty Twenty, which indicates that the ransom was paid either on the twenty fourth or twenty fifth. Using the sample of wasted locker from the garment attack, that is the actual. The actual ransomware from the garment attack bleeping computer encrypted did a virtual machine. And tested the decrypt her to see if it would decrypt their files. He said in our test, the decrypt. Decrypt files. So Interesting was that the package received by bleeping computer included references to both the cyber security firm Ms Soft E.. M.. S., I S O. F T. R. M, m cysts, soft sorry. Emphasis soft, and the ransomware negotiations service cove wear. When bleeping computer subsequently reached out to cove where they were told that they do not comment on any ransomware incidents reported in the media. And similarly emphasise soft toll bleeping computer that they could not comment on any cases that they create decryption tools and are not involved in ransom payments. Brett callow a threat analyst at. Mc Soft said, I cannot comment on specific cases, but generally speaking emphasis soft has no involvement whatsoever in negotiating or transacting ransom payments. We simply create decryption tools. Okay. Now, that's interesting news. So it might seem odd for a reputable security firms such as m soft to to have anything to do with ransomware, but they have an interesting angle. As we know, the decryption side of the ransomware mess sometimes receives much less attention from the bad guys who need to create the decrypt her Dan, the encryption side. Consequently. The decrypt have tended historically to be buggy to crash or to for some reason, fail to fully undo the damage that they had originally done despite. Having, received a valid key. So that's where M soft comes in. They reverse engineer questionable ransomware decrypt. There's for which the decryption key is known. To create a more robust and reliable decrypt her for a victims systems. Emphasis soft ransomware recovery services, page states if the ransomware. If the ransom has been paid, but the attacker provided decrypt is slow or faulty. We can extract the decryption code and create a custom built solution that decrypt up to fifty percent faster with less risk of data damage or loss. So. This also explains why the decryption package garment finally used also contained legitimate security software. That extra security software along with improved decrypt, her may have been provided by emphasis soft or may have been. Put together by garments it. And of course, as we mentioned last week, now that evil corporate has been attributed as the creator of wasted locker and has been placed on the US sanctions list for using dry decks to cause more than one hundred, million dollars in financial damages. Paying this ransom could lead to hefty fines from the government. So do these sanctions sources familiar with cove where have told bleeping computer that the negotiation company has placed wasted locker on their own restricted list starting in early July and will not be handed handling negotiations for related attacks.

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F5 Networks "Big-IP" devices in Big-Trouble

Security Now

07:01 min | 3 months ago

F5 Networks "Big-IP" devices in Big-Trouble

"At the very end of last month, I think it was June thirtieth. F Five networks released a critical. Patch for their so called big IP systems. It was a maximum. Eighty as the way, it was termed remote code execution flaw. Disclosed it don't get worse. than their so called. Tm You I the traffic management user interface of the big Ip, which is actually you know like a trademark. I don't know what it stands for Ip Internet Protocol that big. Maybe it's Ad for something other than just big. Their application delivery controller ADC big on initials here. Anyway this came to light. As a consequence of F. Five publishing this patch. And with it was an urgent call for users of the so called big IP systems to immediately update with the highest possible priority. and. Big Big. Big Big Ip's f five's customers using these big IP solutions, our government's fortune. Five hundred firms banks service providers well known brands, including Microsoft Oracle and Facebook I. Mean You know this is big iron? So as we noted at the time, F five's website boasts that forty eight of the fortune fifty rely on five so somehow they missed two of the top fifty companies in the US. And at the time of the disclosure. So not quite, but almost a month ago. More than eight thousand of these big IP F five networks devices were found online. Publicly accessible on the Internet and vulnerable to attacks designed to exploit this vulnerability, US Cyber Command urged F- like independently urged F. Five customers to patch their devices urgently. They tweeted patching. E twenty, twenty, five, nine. Oh, two and five nine three should not be postponed over the weekend. remediate immediately. Wow! Five also offered some interim mitigation measures that they recommended for their customers. Who could not for whatever reason patch their big I fe- big IP equipment immediately you know sometimes that requires you take it down for some length of time and reboot, but later came to light that the mitigation could be mitigated and bypassed, which made emergency patching the only safe course like you know, do it now. So two days after the patches for this critical. Vulnerability were released. Researchers started publicly posting proof of concept exploits, showing just how easy it would be to exploit them. So that was then. Three weeks later last Friday the twenty fourth, the cyber and infrastructure security agency. Say posted. They, said CIA ESSA is issuing this alert. In response to receiving to recently disclosed exploits that that target F five big IP devices that are vulnerable to Blah Blah Blah. unpackaged big five. Unpacked F five big IP devices. An attractive target for malicious actors. Affected organizations that have not applied the patch to fix this critical remote code. Execution Vulnerability risk an attacker. Outing that CV to take control of their system note, EH, five security advisory states that there is a high probability that any remaining unpack. Each devices are likely already compromised. CIS A expect to see continued attacks exploiting unpackaged big F five big IP devices, and strongly urges users administrators to upgrade their software to the fixed versions. CIS also advises that administrators deploy the signature included in this alert to help them determine whether they're systems have been compromised, and so the the signature was a a a traffic inspection. Script in order to see whether there is bad stuff going on, they said see I say has observed scanning and reconnaissance as well as confirmed compromises. Within a few days of F five's patch release of this vulnerability as early as July sixth. CIS Say has seen broad scanning activity for the presence of this vulnerability across federal departments and agencies. This activity is currently occurring as of the publication of this alert meaning gay from as early as July six as one that did began and this this alert was last Friday the twenty four th, so this has been going on. They conclude the ISI has been working with several entities across multiple sectors to investigate potential compromises relating to this vulnerability. has confirmed to compromises and continuing to investigate. CIS CIS will alert will update this alert with any additional actionable information. Okay so. Now this is a classic example, and actually this sort of ties into where will be going here in a minute when we talk about Garmon. I've often been speaking about the growing critical need for companies and to a lesser degree individuals, but certainly individuals who care to be certain that they have an are maintaining an open channel of communication for receiving vulnerability notices I've been talking about email as that channel. But in thinking about this further. I think that twitter likely makes the most sense now. As I noted last week. Twitter really has become our global information dissemination platform. Warts and all

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Garmin breach has major ramifications

Clark Howard Show

02:45 min | 3 months ago

Garmin breach has major ramifications

"There's a big data breach that going on right now. It's actually worse than that. It's a full ransomware attack on an American company that most of US know only for fitness trackers and that's Garmon, but Garmon is really much more important company to Defense Aviation and marine life than any of us know, because most of us would not. Be Aware of all the things that garments involved in so odds are the huge attack on garments computer systems. was really from likely a foreign power trying to disrupt the United States so a lot of airplanes that rely on garments. Systems can't fly right now. it may affect shipping. Don't know on that yet, and for those of us like me. I've worn a garment fitness tracker for nine years. All our data's lost in space, and it's unclear whether it will ever be seen again now. This is something that's going to affect this corporation in some activities A. A lot fitness obsessed people are you should see him on message boards? They're going crazy, but this to me is a clear warning to you. Why I've said things like Make sure you go back to paper statements for any bank account and brokerage account anything like that. As the foreign state actors get more and more sophisticated it being able to find vulnerabilities in key computer systems, and with companies imagined the disruption. They could cause with your. Retirement accounts investment accounts, your bank accounts anything like that by being able to invade the systems and try to actively wipe out records so I. Know Everybody in the financial services. Industry is trying to get you. To go to paperless. The problem with paperless is unless you print out records. Use Your Printer. You're INC to do that. You may find yourself at a time where they get hit. And in turn. You get hit because you have no documentation of you have what you had so. When I see how upset people are just about their fitness records, not being available to them and I wasn't happy about not having my nine years of records at least for now. It is nothing compared to how you'd feel? If suddenly you didn't have access to your money,

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A Good Day for Garmin

MarketFoolery

01:39 min | 8 months ago

A Good Day for Garmin

"A good day for Garmin shares of garment up more than seven percent on earnings at the time of our taping this stock hitting a twelve year high now garment all about. Gps technology. Bill back in the day. I thought of Garmon as basically your car. Divisor your boat or somebody's boat. Not our boat characterized as much more of a fitness device maker. What do you make of garment? Well so when you think about Garmon you really have thought of it. As being auto abode. Gps Avionics they really are becoming more and more of fitness company Thirty four percent growth their fitness in their fitness division the firing on all cylinders except for auto which is which is dropping and becoming a smaller and smaller part of the business. So really really doing. Well I'm having a good chuckle right now because I when I was prepping the story I had the opposite read as you might think of garment as just as a fitness tracker comedy no auto and Marine and aviation devices. Do that's hilarious? So that's a generational. Divide there but I agree. I think Garmin hasn't really great mark. It's been great for them. I would just caveat all of this you know. Great earnings revenues nearly at four billion dollars. So it's a big company than you might assume I will just say it's a naturally lumpy business. We we see a lot of excitement over new devices and new products especially fitness category. So really good gear really good quarter for fitness devices for Garmin. There's no reason to think that will stop. But there's also no reason to assume that it will continue forever.

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The Secrets of the Self: You are the Dreamer, not the Dream.

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

09:32 min | 9 months ago

The Secrets of the Self: You are the Dreamer, not the Dream.

"Let's today discuss just one problem. which is a huge problem? By the way the nobody nobody addresses and the problem is there's no way to prove the existence of an outside world even though that is our experience experience or interpretation after all you know. I'm going by the Empire State Building. Obviously that's outside me so I assume that New York City is outside me and not in me but it isn't experiences happening in your consciousness as I've already explained but look. Let's look at some of the Assumptions when we make when we make this assumption that there is no tightwad and that it exists outside the boundaries of uh skin. You just take one example for today. How does the brain experience say some light so right now look at any object around you look at a tree. Look at your own body once again. If you want to our tonight go out. OATEN look at the Milky Way Galaxy Rainbow The sky or the empire state building or whatever. Let's examine what's really happening opening. According to current science is really happening is in visible. photons are coming to is reflected presumably presumably of the object that you're experiencing whatever they object to if you're looking up at the sky and looking at the Milky Way galaxy all that's coming to is uh invisible for John's the photons have no shape they have no color. They have no dimensionality. In fact the photons do not even have mass. It is a very peculiar tting. We photons have no mess. They have momentum but they have no mass and yet photons coming from the sun to play okay all the energy on our planet for all the food that we have these invisible. John's that dude occupies mass. They don't have a volume mm-hmm they don't have shape they're not solid they're invisible now these are going to rice and in the back of theorized the retina there's something original which is a bunch of neurons before John's which are admissible interact with those neurons once they sending electrical current. Your brain is called an action potential and in your brain electrochemical UH activity and while up you see the whole universe. How does that happen. No one knows intact. That's called the hard problem of consciousness. How does invisible photons coming to your eyes with no mass. No color no shape nor dimensionality ended up giving you the experience of the physical world including your body. That's the hard problem of consciousness in in fact when you look up at the sky the Milky Way Galaxy. Somehow you're constructing that experience in your scientists missed you think it's you constructing it through invisible photons but that's another assumption. That Times has taken but we unexplained that experience. Okay let's look at the brain. How do you know this thing is a brain. You could look at your brain and gets guy or you look at the brain on the table in a corpse or he's looking braid when somebody's doing neurosurgery but the way you experience since the brain is the same way you expense your phone port on a bouncing off that object and you having the experience called the brain a human experience that humans calibrate. You know this is the fact that we think consciousness is produced by the brain is another assumption made by what recall physical lists in the signs in the philosophy of science but actually even the brain is an experience appearance like anything else. And you're creating that experience. Every time you have opened rice you create construct the visual world including putting the world of your body and a brain or even the world that you call mind because mind is a fluctuation. I thought which is an interpretation perdition of that perceptual experience. So when you understand this you'll see that what we call the physical world including including the physical body at the mind and the braid are a unified experience in your own the mind the brain the body and the physical world a unified experience in your own being Delta fluctuations of consciousness the Titians of consciousness the vibrations of conscious if you WANNA call it that so when I look at you I'm creating the experience of you and you're creating the experience appearance of me and we are all conscious agents embedded in a matrix of conscious being sentient beings and together we. We are projecting the universe but in this case the human universe we don't know what the universes Puerto Butterfly offer a snake for Dolphin in order for an hour for a chameleon but Bashir consciousness with them for short because in a when you attack them they fly or they attack you so there is something that we share in common. What is that we share in common with every other living being the gunman awareness and what we experienced Awareness goes right now. Put Your awareness in your toes right. Now you're having the experience of your toes. You are your toes now. Put Your awareness on the thought of your mother. Listen to the voice. Look at her face. Feel the love and write down. That's your awareness. You are with your mother. Put your awareness on a tree. That's where you are wherever you put your awareness that's where you are and where is this awareness. Well said awareness has no shape no colour. No sound no solidity no texture. Invisible wiser is it in visible. Because you can't see otherwise you'll be able to see you can't see yourself just like the tooth count by itself. The I don't see itself off. You cannot see us F- except in a mirror so today stock to recognize that your body in your mind. Annual world is a mirror of you. Whatever is happening in your life right. Now it's a projection of. Oh sold now in eastern traditions. They call that Karma which is a very loaded word because you know people think in terms of bad government All of this. Just replace the word. Garmon with experience you. Our consciousness metabolising experience appearance and mind body and universe. You are in fact the universe. I've Said said this before would fit can shine the great German philosopher said We are asleep. Life is a dream when once in a while we wake up enough to know that. Read Dreaming Right now. We're all dreaming each other as experience and we're together we we are also dreaming up the world when you realize that you see you have immense power everytime you move your arm you change change the space time geometry of the total universe. Every time you speak you change the space time job materials the total universe in physics as an expression when an electron by Brits the Universe Shakes and this is also the insight that the great teacher of all time would I had when and he said this lifetime of ours is transient is autumn clouds to watch. The birth and death of beings is like looking at the movements of a dance. A A lifetime is like a flash of lightning in the sky rushing by like a tyrant down steep mountain. But when you wake up up to who you truly are who is dreaming you realize that you are the dreamer and and not the dream and you can actually change the dream. I by deconstructing it and then asking yourself who am I.. What do I want and see what comes up.

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"garmon" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"garmon" Discussed on Athletico Mince

"The failed the stories on the late told by the people who write them it's hosted by sports career Davidson and people the award winning journalist under skull stitching till the end of this episode also concerned from dot com check commando this with you all right don't be so I'll tell you what for for a while call me she called me shit she did that's fucking shit off win gradients and I thought my inches was to project so therefore be the cheapest and knock out it's a one year two Butler and Arthur like inches what would you gotta go and for the Chili Chicken pod chicken Chili Polo would have got out to transform last night because I like buying on the Trent Garmon the New Zuma Trains Promises that the world was a done deal and everything weight off me tongue in that yet another person avenue I consider no ways and means of eight New Yorkers I am moving finger you often eight movie finger no fingerings okay if you're saying go you'd never tell us probably something that's come from your Bena celebrity for over thirty years you've been allowed to do things you haven't been checked anyone what is this month elect develop certain behaviors.

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"garmon" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"garmon" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And if items were in stock you could pick up that item and many times as little as fifteen minutes later, if he went to a designated store, and so that was having some success. So now with Amazon going to one day delivery, WalMart announced they must have had some tip that was coming. They announced that they are going to offer one day free shipping and pointed out no membership fee necessary for one day free shipping with WalMart it. We'll see. The real test is not by release. The real test is how reliable the one day delivery is from either company, although I would bet that Amazon has a leg up on being able to more efficiently. More consistently do one day delivery. So I had something where this odd little story. I'll share with you. I wear a fitness tracker of Garmon, and I left on a trip. I left my charger cable for it. So now, I'm wearing an old Garmin that I kept just in case I ever lost my tracker. I wasn't thinking about losing the charger. But the thing if I lost my track I can't have a day that my steps aren't tracked. So I'm wearing my prehistoric. Gorman step tracker right now. So far today at thirteen thousand six hundred twenty five steps not that I'm obsessed with that. But I went online to EBay to order a replacement charging cable, and it was six dollars and fifty cents. And so I was going to order it over to Amazon and see what they have. And they had it in one. At EBay was free shipping. Amazon had it for six dollars ninety nine cents..

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Should you get a dash cam to protect yourself on the road?

The Tech Guy

03:36 min | 1 year ago

Should you get a dash cam to protect yourself on the road?

"There's a lot of things to think about with a dash Cam some dash cams. Just sit on your dash and record forward some record forward and backward. There's all. Sorts of features. I think it's pretty widely agreed that the best dash Cam. It's not the one I have I'll tell you about the one I have which I think is the best. But but most reviewers the best dash Cam is the Garmon, you may know that name they made GPS devices for longtime. But as soon as everybody's smartphone included GPS, kind of the business changed, and they figured another business would be maybe a dash Cam business. This records at high def out the front it looks a little bit. Like, maybe a go pro it's like a little action camera, but it's sharp enough that you can read license plates, and I think that's fairly important, and it doesn't it's not huge. You should check with the state authorities about what the rules are for mounting a camera in in California. For instance, there's limits on where you could put it on the windshield. They don't want you to block your vision. So and so it has GPS. So it knows where you are. It has. Wifi. So if you have the smartphone app, you can connect to it. I bought one that was a little more expensive. But has some additional features. It's called the owls Cam. And for me. This was a I think a more useful thing. Now, it's more expensive three hundred fifty bucks. But that includes a year of LT. So it's always connected. And in fact, if an incident happens it has accelerated IRS in it. It mmediately starts uploading. It is a front facing camera that also faces backwards. So it's shooting you at the same time is shooting out, and it has big bright LED lights facing into the car's cabin. And that's useful. If somebody breaks in if there's glass break or a sudden shock it immediately starts recording with those lights on bright. And I think that's kind of cool. Also, they offer replacement if your camera gets stolen because you all of these cameras are kind of visible in the windshield. And maybe somebody's going to say, oh, I'm going to steal that camera. And that's one advantage of having LT. Is that it's recording that as the guy steals it? So there's some it's got very good high quality video keeps fourteen days history. And at any point, you can tell it, and I won't say this out loud in case. Somebody's listening in the car, and has it Allah Cam, you can say a keyword. Okay. Something and it will record and you can name it ended up loads it, and you can view the clip. So if you if you're not in an incident, but you see an incident up front of you, for instance, you could say, hey, get that. And it will give you the last thirty seconds. Plus, the next thirty seconds. I really like this things a little more expensive. I think you get more for the price owl, Cam dot com. So that's what I use. Does it record? When you're what someone tries to break in. So if it's contains recording that drain your battery, and this is one of the thing I like about this it connects to the OB d to port so instead of connecting to a cigarette lighter it connects it's such a nice way. It looks like it's a built in thing. You can actually trim the wiring down into the dash and around and there's a little port. I don't know. If you're familiar with its OB stance on board diagnostics, all cars has nineteen ninety-five have this port usually unused. It's designed. So when you bring into the dealer they plug their machine into it.

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"garmon" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"garmon" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"And so I just tried to soak it all in and then eventually they gave me a job will I they hired me as an intern which is unpaid job, and I worked unpaid for about a year while I did other jobs after graduated and then eventually finally got hired for the lowest job in the kitchen, which was called pasta lettuce and guard Maget and foster lettuce is the person who comes in and makes the fresh pasta for the restaurant, and then also washes all the greens and washes, all the lettuces, and the Garmon Jay would be translated as like keeper of the food and really the person inventories. What's in all the walk ins and gives that list to the chef in the morning when he or she arrives. So that the chef can write the menu based on what's their what's coming. And make sure that food doesn't going bad accepts deliveries and puts away like fifty pound bags of flour. Or like carries in whole pigs and lambs from the street, but doesn't really ever get to cook. The only cooking either of those people really ever do is making enrolling out the pasta dough and then also making staff meal, and so it's the grunt work, you know, and I don't know how much that job makes now. But at the time I made ten dollars an hour. You know, which like like, thankfully, my rent was three hundred thirty dollars a month or something. But when you talk about how you are you write about how you then eventually became a chef there that this would be had Schefter at another restaurant where you're the, you know, basically charged, but I'm curious in that timeframe was there a point at which you said, I can do this like was there something that you made that you were sort of like, oh, I'm a real chef now, or did it just sort of like accrue over time, I'm interested in this also in context of the book because flood watch document is like anyone can cook. And I'm curious at what point someone crosses over from like, I don't really know what I'm doing to like, okay? I know what I'm doing. Well, that's a that's a good question. I had a journal that I would go and at the end of every workday, and right everything that I had done that. They I'd write every new skill that I had learned and who taught it to me. Oh, wow. And it was little like, it's actually gives me great joy to open it and read it, and it was things like today. I learned how to fillet a canned intro intervene. You know, like the most basic. Thing. Laurie taught me how to do it by running under the water. And so there was a point at which I no longer wrote in that journal. And I think that's probably about the time when I got confident enough, and so, but I guess to come back to the book, and like how everything sort of synergy is into this philosophy for me is that shape and use the menu changes every single day. And even before I was hired. It was insanely overwhelming. Because I was this like very eager student at school this trying to always, please, my teachers, and parents and everything and I was in this place where I knew nothing. There was nothing. I could do right. They would send me to get parsley, and I would come back with salon broke because they were like I couldn't tell them apart..

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LA Auto Show - huge next stage in-dash infotainment systems

Talking Tech

06:22 min | 2 years ago

LA Auto Show - huge next stage in-dash infotainment systems

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. So I love the idea of opening up a car with my watch all the people who are listening who always lose their keys. What a cool idea is that it's coming in the future. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. Listen talking tech. I'm here at the Elliott shout. Chris Woodward from USA day. As with me, we have both taken a look at this new futuristic infotainment says Senator from d'arme, you probably won't see it for a year or two, but one of the cool things it will do is open the car with your watch. Chris. What do you think I think that's a great great trick to have up your sleep? Now, remember on Garmon, this is a company we all know for making navigation devices. It's also a great example of a company that needs to get out ahead of technology to leapfrog where everyone else is because everyone else's caught up to where they were. So what they're trying to do is integrate a whole number of technologies into their car and being able to get into it with your smartwatch is just one of them. Yeah. The watch is one thing they're going to announce in January in alliance with the German manufacturer who could that be BMW VW know who who knows and you'll be able to send information from the watch to the car by the end of the year, you'll be all the open the door with your watch. But this new entertainment system is really competitor, apple and Android with what they've got. But the cool thing about it is that you could use the apple carplay if you chose you could use Android auto if you chose and they also have other fun things. Like, better, weather, better navigation, those and of course, restaurant information and things like that. So that makes you wonder is better better better going to be enough. There's no leapfrogging technology in his goal even the smartwatch to open. It right now. There are other subs out there for key-fobs. So makes you wonder if they can do better better better on about eight different areas. If that's going to be enough to make them stand out in. A very crowded field for this kind of technology going into cars typically when what we're seeing today in Vancouver Twenty-eight teen looks pretty cool, but this won't show up in a car till twenty twenty one or twenty two two if we're lucky yes. But this stuff is coming on pretty fast again, their computer their competitors are on their heels. And they have to try to get a little bit ahead of them. When it comes to that kind of stuff. It's happening very fast. The thing that intrigued me when we got a look at talk to these guys was trying to do some sort of virtual reality things in the car. They're trying to do like when you see navigation. They're trying to put new overlays on that more than what we're seeing. Now, we're tell you the name of the street like, for instance, you're driving on Broadway, and it will show you pictures of the restaurants pictures of the restaurants, or, you know, all kinds of different views or the ability to call ratings for that restaurant. I mean that is where the action is it's an infotainment. Actually on the other stuff doesn't really matter as much it looks like an ipad in your navigation. It looks like an ipad new dashboard similar to a tesla. A big beautiful screen, and we'll see how successful garment is a getting it into these cars. No word on the cost. But it will be an option. It will be an add on from the manufacturers. Yes, they could market directly to the customer, but more than largely I think it's as you mentioned what they're going to have a German partner. It could be an automaker. It could be a supplier like Bausch, and then they'll just sell it directly to the automakers. But here at the Los Angeles auto show, we're seeing a ton of really innovative info infotainment systems, including some that stretch all the way across the dashboard. Okay over here. We have a new vehicle that was introduced today that it's a new SUV. It comes from a company called Biton B Y T O N. They're gonna make them in China. They say they're going to be due out in the next year. And in this concept version of disaster V is. Infotainment screen that stretches from one door to the other at about ten inches high. So this Mosser sleep huge infotainment screen in which you could continuously broadcast information to the driver. And the passengers the big question how distracting will that be for the driver as I look into is peer into that vehicle. It's seems to me like it would be really distracting. Now, it is a concept. They could definitely tone it down for production. But talking to one of their guys they say, no, this what what I see is pretty much. What customers will be getting? I thought the garment display was distracting. But you know, what can I say? I certainly the kids in the car will love it. And we'll see what happens from the L A auto show. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA they here with Chris ward yard, thanks for listening. You could find me on Twitter match episode Graham, Chris Chris yard at Chris yard on Twitter. Please. Please subscribe to talk. You tap on podcasts. Favored the show in situ to help more people. Find the show as always thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. 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"garmon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"garmon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Holiday abbreviated trading day. Now back to Bloomberg markets. This is Bloomberg markets within FOX and Lisa Abramowicz on Bloomberg radio. And as you just heard about say it is a short day. So we'll get a rounded out with a very timely conversation him during this holiday. The day might be shorts her, but the evening might come sooner that evening might come sooner. And why not talk about having a nice glass of wine, Mary Garmon, make Adams is Boorda winds market adviser for North America. She's a master of wine since back in twenty eleven she joins Pimm and myself in our Bloomberg interactive brokers to you Mary great to be with you. Thank you very much for having me here. And it's great to be on the show. All right. So what's the state of Bordeaux here in? No, we're still barely in November two thousand eighteen pretty good. The US is really important market for Bordeaux wines, and as of mid July this year. Experts at borough to the US we're back to the heyday of the mid eighties. So the highest in over thirty five years. Wow. Good news. I say thank you to everybody who buys themselves, border wine and what accounts for that? What accounts for the the big comeback? There's a very strong focus in Bordeaux on the importance of the the US market. And it says second most important market by value and third by volume and and St. US has been buying Bordeaux for many many years. And I think it's also there'd be a number of really good vintages. And there are a lot more of the even smaller wine growers who are much more active in coming to the market. And I think there's the winds are just delicious. And there are actually very affordable. There is this view that Bordeaux is expensive. Right. And you have all the crown jewels. But they represent three percent of the volume. So most wine coming out of Bordeaux is very affordable. So I I really believe that anybody who has fifteen twenty dollars or less in the pocket can find a nice, delicious Bordeaux. So that's becoming more acknowledged and understood here, I would have thought that I definitely had that perception that Boorda was out of reach tissue that Ted. You didn't you're much.

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"garmon" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"garmon" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"If you think there's something better Garmon makes something called the in reach hand-held, satellite communicator, I don't think that uses the spot network there are watches that you spot. So there's a variety of other devices Garmon, of course, is a well-known kind of the king of the hill in GPS, and that might be another one look at the garment in reach is two hundred eighty seven dollars on Amazon. It looks like these look like a little walkie talkie. Basically. There Delorme also makes one I guess, you know, these companies that used to make these GPS navigators, you know, the third party devices you suction Cup onto the window of your car to kinda looking for other businesses these days everybody's gonna smartphone. Nobody needs one of them. They most cars, frankly, have the GPS built in Seth Long Beach, California. Leo laporte. Hi, seth. So my parents finally aging they're finally admitting it you sound like you're glad. Oh hearing. Yes. And no one wants to admit that they can't hear exactly so I was just recently at their house, and they argue constantly over the volume. Yes television. Yes. Yes. So one of them here's better than the other one. Is that the problem? Yes. But they both here terribly is is the difficulty they do have a Sonos system. So when they have guests over I was definitely going to get a bridge. So that they can bring that in frequently. They will need a potentially headphones just wondering if there is a system that can broadcast either wifi or bluetooth, at least on the consumer. And yes, there absolutely are. In fact, this is what I got my mom because it's absolutely the case that you know, we're sitting watching TV, and she can't understand it. And so she'll turn up really loud. And then now I'm going to be deaf. So there are of course, hearing aids that you compare to your TV as well. But if they're not wearing hearing aids yet, and I know that's a hard thing. I actually wear hearing aids because after years of working in radio. The headphones that I've worn my whole life has started to deteriorate my hearing. And so most of the hearing aids out there will also pair two TV's. But if they don't have hearing aids there are a lot of very good TV headphones. The ones you want are are f not bluetooth. Are you a greater distance? They actually also make infrared. I are those are the worst. If you turn your headphones, if you turn your head to Sam goes off because it has to be line of sight to the headphones. So get get our f- Sennheiser makes very good quality headphones. That's what I got my mom wired or unwired, and they have our f- based not WI fi. But dedicated are transmitter stand that will plug into the TV, and then you can have multiple headphones receiving which is really nice. Plus with our f they don't have to pair it, and you know, bluetooth, pairing fails and all sorts of stuff. So now with with the audio systems getting more devices, should I look at a hub or something to pass the audio. No, that's the beauty of our f- because they come with one hub plugs into the TV, but our f- is broadcast. So you can have twenty. Phones a hundred headphones. It doesn't matter. Okay. Because he's not. Pairing and four passing. Audio from it. Should I pass it? They typically use a satellite box. They don't typically watch DVD's or Blu rays, which should I put the sound unit..

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"garmon" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"garmon" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"If you think there's something better Garmon makes something called the in reach hand-held, satellite communicator, I don't think that uses the spot network there are watches that you spot. So there's a variety of other devices Garmon, of course, is a well-known kind of the king of the hill and GPS and that might be another one look at the garment in reach is two hundred eighty seven dollars on Amazon. It looks like these look like a little walkie talkie. Basically. They're Delorme also makes one I guess these companies that used to make these GPS navigators, you know, that the third party devices you suction Cup onto the window of your car to kind of looking for other businesses these days everybody's gonna smartphone. Nobody needs one of them. Most cars, frankly, have the GPS built in Seth Long Beach, California. Leo laporte. Hi, seth. So my parents finally aging. Finally admitting it you sound like you're hearing hearing. Yes. And no one wants to admit that they can't hear. Exactly. So I was just recently at their house, and they argue constantly over the volume. Yes television. Yes. Yes. So one of them here's better than the other one. Is that the problem here? Yes. But they both here terribly is is the difficulty they do have a Sonos system. So when they have guests over I was definitely going to get a bridge. So that they can bring that in site frequently they will need a potentially headphones just wondering if there is a system that can broadcast either wifi or bluetooth, at least on the consumer. And yes, there absolutely are. In fact, this is what I got my mom because it's absolutely the case that you know, we're sitting watching TV, and she can't understand it. And so she'll turn up really loud. And then now I'm going to be deaf. So there are of course, hearing aids that you compare to your TV as well. But if they're not wearing hearing aids yet, and I know that's. A hard thing actually wear hearing aids. Because after years of working in radio the headphones that I've worn my whole life is starting to deteriorate my hearing. And so most of the hearing aids out there will also pair to TV's. But if they don't have hearing aids there are a lot of very good TV headphones. The ones you want our f not bluetooth. Are you a greater distance? They actually also make infrared. I are those are the worst. If you turn your headphones, if you turn your head to sand goes off because it has to be line of sight to the headphones. So get get our f- Sennheiser makes very good quality headphones. That's what I got my mom wired or unwired, and they have our f- based not WI fi. But dedicated are transmitter standard will plug into the TV. And then you can have multiple headphones receiving which is really nice. Plus with our f they don't have to pair it, and you know, bluetooth, pairing fails and all sorts of stuff. So now with with the audio systems getting more devices, should I look at a hub or something to pass the audio. No, that's the beauty of our f- because they come with one hub that plugs into the TV, but our f- is broadcast. So you can have twenty. Phones a hundred headphones. It doesn't matter. Okay. Because it's not bluetooth. Appearing and four passing audio from it should I pass it. They typically use a satellite box. They don't typically watch DVD's or Blu rays, which should I put the sound unit. Yeah. Your TV will probably have.

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"garmon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"garmon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"If you think there's something better Garmon makes something called the enrich hand-held satellite communicator. I don't think that uses the spot network there are watches that you spot. So there's a variety of other devices Garmon, of course, is a well-known kind of the king of the hill in GPS. And and that might be another one look at the garment in reach is two hundred eighty seven dollars on Amazon. It looks like these look like a little walkie talkie. Basically. There Delorme also makes one I guess, you know, these companies that used to make these GPS navigators third party devices you suction Cup onto the window of your car to kinda looking for other businesses these days, everybody's got a smartphone. Nobody needs one of them in most cars, frankly, have the GPS built in Seth Long Beach, California. Leo laporte. Hi, seth. So my parents finally aging. They're finally admitting it you sound like you're glad. Oh hearing. Yes. And no one wants to admit that they can't hear. Exactly. So I was just recently at their house, and they argue constantly over the volume. Yes television set. Yes. So one of them here's better than the other one is at the problem. Yes. But they both here terribly is the difficulty they do have a Sonos system. So when they have guests over I was definitely going to get a bridge. So that they can bring that in frequently. They will need a potentially headphones. Yes, wondering if there is a system that can broadcast either WI fi or bluetooth at least on the consumer. And yes, there absolutely are. In fact, this is what I got my mom because it's absolutely the case that you know, we're sitting watching TV, and she can't understand it. And so she'll turn up really loud. And then now I'm going to be deaf. So there are of course, hearing aids that you compare to your TV as well. But if they're not wearing hearing aids yet, and I know that's a hard thing actually wear hearing aids because after years of working in radio. The headphones that I've worn my whole life is starting to deteriorate my hearing. And so most of the hearing aids out there will also pair two TV's. But if they don't have hearing aids, there are a lot of very good TV headphones, the ones you want are are f not bluetooth. Are you a greater distance? They actually also make infrared. I are those are the worst. If you turn your headphones, if you turn your head the sand goes off because it has to be line of sight to the headphones. So get get our f- Sennheiser makes very good quality headphones. That's what I got my mom wired or unwired, and they have our f based not WI fi. But dedicated are f transmitter stand that will plug into the TV, and then you can have multiple headphones receiving which is really nice. Plus with our f they don't have to pair it, and you know, bluetooth, pairing fails and all sorts of stuff. So now with with the audio systems getting more devices, should I look at a hub or something to pass the audio. No, that's the beauty of our f-. Because you they come with one hub that plugs into the TV, but our f- is broadcast. So you can have twenty. Headphones a hundred headphones. It doesn't matter. Because it's not bluetooth. Appearing and for passing audio from it, should I pass it. They typically use a data light box. They don't typically watch DVD's or Blu rays. Should I put the sound.

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"garmon" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"garmon" Discussed on KTOK

"If you think there's something better Garmon makes something called the in reach hand-held, satellite communicator, I don't think uses the spot network there are watches that you spot. So there's a variety of other devices Garmon, of course, is a well-known kind of the king of the hill in GPS, and that might be another one look at the garment in reach is two hundred eighty seven dollars on Amazon. It looks like these look like a little walkie talkie. Basically. They're Delorme also makes one I guess, you know, these companies that used to make these GPS navigators, you know, the third party devices suction Cup onto the window of your car to kinda looking for other businesses these days, everybody's got a smartphone. Nobody needs one of them in most cars, frankly, have the GPS built in Seth Long Beach, California. Leo laporte. Hi, seth. So my parents finally. They're finally admitting it you sound like you're glad. Oh hearing. Yes. And no one wants to admit that they can't hear. Exactly. So I was just recently at their house, and they argue constantly over the volume television. Yes. So one of them here's better than the other one. Is that the problem? Yes. But they both here terribly is is the difficulty they do have a Sonos system. So when they have guests over I was definitely going to get a bridge. So that they can bring that in frequently. They will need a potentially headphones just wondering if there is a system that can broadcast either wifi or bluetooth, at least on the consumer. And yes, there absolutely are. In fact, this is what I got my mom because it's absolutely the case that you know, we're sitting watching TV, and she can't understand it. And so she'll turn up really loud. And then now I'm going to be deaf. So there are of course, hearing aids that you compare to your TV as well. But if they're not wearing hearing aids yet, and I know that's a hard thing actually wear hearing aids because after years of working in radio. The headphones that I've worn my whole life has started to deteriorate my hearing. And so most of the hearing aids out there will also pair two TV's. But if they don't have hearing aids, there are a lot of very good TV headphones, the ones you want are are f not bluetooth. Are you a greater distance? They actually also make infrared. I are those are the worst. If you turn your he's headphones. If you turn your head to San goes off because it has to be line of sight to the headphones. So get get our f- Sennheiser makes very good quality headphones. That's what I got my mom wired or unwired, and they have our f- based not WI fi. But dedicated are f transmitter standard will plug into the TV. And then you can have multiple headphones receiving which is really nice. Plus with our f they don't have to pair it, and you know, bluetooth, pairing fails and all sorts of stuff. So now with with the audio systems. Getting more devices on should I look at a hub or something to pass the audio. No. That's the beauty of our f- because they come with one hub that plugs into the TV, but our f- is broadcast. So you can have twenty headphones a hundred headphones. It doesn't matter. Okay. Because it's not bluetooth pairing and for passing. Audio from it. Should I pass it? They typically use a satellite box. They don't typically watch DVD's or Blu rays. Should I put the sound unit? Yeah. Your TV you'll probably have a way of. A little complicated. But a way of. Hold on a second. I would take a break. Leo port detect guide on.

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"garmon" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"garmon" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Fantastic. That is wonderful. Thank you for the call. I'm not an adventurer. So. This comes from others recommendations, if you've got one you can of course, call eight hundred eighty eight s Lee or go to our website tech, labs dot com and leave a comment. If you think there's something better Garmon makes something called the in reach hand-held, satellite communicator, I don't think that uses the spot network there are watches it use spot. So there's a variety of other devices Garmon, of course, is a well-known kind of the king of the hill in GPS. And and that might be another one look at the garment in reach is two hundred eighty seven dollars on Amazon. It looks like these look like a little walkie talkie. Basically. They're Delorme also makes one I guess, you know, these companies that used to make these GPS navigators, you know, the third party devices you suction Cup onto the window of your car to kind of looking for other businesses these days, everybody's got a smartphone. Nobody needs one of them in most cars, frankly, have the GPS built in Seth Long Beach, California. Leo laporte. Hi, seth. So my parents finally aging. Finally admitting it you sound like you're glad. Oh hearing. Yes. And no one wants to admit that they can't hear exactly so I was just recently at their house, and they argue constantly over the volume. Yes, television news. Yes. So one of them here's better than the other one. Is that the problem? Yes. What they both here terribly is is the difficulty they do have a Sonos system. So when they have guests over I was definitely going to get a bridge. So that they can bring that in site frequently they will need a potentially headphones. Yes, wondering if there is a system that can broadcast either wifi or bluetooth, at least on the consumer. And yes, there absolutely are. In fact, this is what I got my mom because it's absolutely the case that you know, we're sitting watching TV, and she can't understand it. And so she'll turn up really loud. And then now I'm going to be deaf. So there are of course, hearing aids that you compare to your TV as well. But if they're not wearing hearing aids yet, and I know that's a hard thing actually wear hearing aids because after years of working in radio. The headphones that I've worn my whole life has started to deteriorate my hearing. And so most of the hearing aids out there will also pair two TV's. But if they don't have hearing aids there are a lot of very good TV headphones. The ones you want are are f not bluetooth. Are you a greater distance? They actually also make infrared. I are those are the worst. If you turn your headphones, if you turn your head the sand goes off because it has to be line of sight to the headphones. So get get our f- Sennheiser makes very good quality headphones. That's what I got my mom wired or unwired, and they have our f- based not WI fi. But dedicated are f transmitter stand that will plug into the TV, and then you can have multiple headphones receiving which is really nice. Plus with our f they don't have to pair, it, bluetooth, pairing fails and all sorts of stuff. So now with with the audio systems getting more devices on should I look at a hub or something to pass the audio. No, that's the beauty of our f- because they come with one hub that plugs into the TV, but our f- is broadcast. So you can have twenty. Phones a hundred headphones. It doesn't matter. Okay. Because it's not bluetooth passed and for passing audio from it. applications Should I pass for loans it? They cameras. use a satellite Yes. box. They don't typically Using watch Android DVD's specifically. or Blu rays. There's a ton of them on IOS, What but should fewer I put on Android. Yeah. the unit?.

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Northrop Grumman, Shepherd. New Glenn and John Blue discussed on John Batchelor

John Batchelor

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Northrop Grumman, Shepherd. New Glenn and John Blue discussed on John Batchelor

"Shepherd. New Glenn came out the same day as the air force announced contracts. Big contracts to you, L, A, Northrop Grumman and blue origin for their future. Not yet flown. Not yet even built orbital rockets, and I found that the coincidence of the two stories most intriguing John blue origin announced that they will not get any manned flights have new shepherd the sub orbital spacecraft until next year, and they're looking at maybe twenty twenty they'll start to do tourism flights. That's a delay. Meanwhile, new Glen, they're all battleship this saying that the lane until twenty twenty one instead of twenty twenty what I find interesting is on the same day. They announced these delays. Yeah. Force gives them a half a billion dollar contracts with developing new Glenn the new Glenn rocket. And from my perspective getting a half a billion dollars should allow you to speed up. The development of the rocket not slow it down. But guess what just like Boeing with S L S, you get more money from the government before you even built anything that's an incentive to slow things down. And so suddenly, they announced a years delay and the same thing going to you Elaine, Northrop Grumman to build Vulcan. That's you L A's rocket and something that in a rocket omega launch system that and also gremlins making using solid rocket boosters as the things they should build themselves in then sell for the government. They shouldn't get this kind of money. We're talking about just under a billion for you ally. And almost eight hundred million for north with Garmon and a half a billion once again for blue origin rockets that they are supposed to be building

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"garmon" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"garmon" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

"I've never heard it put quite that way. Now the perfect mix of both of us. She also broke up with me months ago, but she's still living with me. Oh, wow, no wonder you're doing all the coke. Dude, you've been funding Jedi mind trick by a stone or. She's moving out at the end of September, but she says she still. She still down to go to pound town after she leaves. This is the weirdest fucking relationship of the night or the best. So I guys, we're in a relationship that ended. She stayed in the place with you though, and she saying we can still bang around. That's not a problem after I'm gone. No, that's called my world. Marriage. Gonna leave. That's the only problem they say, never lied. Never leave. Now, I'm hoping that sexy cab can convince this bum to give up the balloon nut. You know the prison purse, the rusty sheriff's batch, take a stroll down the old dirt road, the p. my Brown eyed girl one more time. Before she leaves, I would be forever grateful. Also. I haven't seen clerks. I'm sorry, but I love tusk. The detective really stole the show. I think he means. Detective, Frank Garmon, or he means point. What are the other Canada doesn't have any serial killers. That's right. Thanks guys. Love everything. You do. Accept clerks, Patrick the Ega. You gotta see clerks, man. What are you waiting on? It's affordable now. You can see it for just a couple of bucks. It's you got time, but if you can only watch one black and white movie this year, make Schindler's. Sexy Cav Azru asking asking Cam to give up the balloon. Oh, yeah. If you broke up with them, why would you have her give an old van. But if you're living there rent-free, maybe east of dinky. So the second now go. My suggestion to keep the relationship alive is that anal is a two way street. So before you leave, make sure you bring Patrick to town tau air we go. Thank you sexy, Kevin. I. I'm not sure dum boom, boom. Thank you. I would have got your back, but you didn't see clerks. See clerks men. If you could take one lesson away from tonight, show it's see clerks. No, it's one lesson to take away. It's don't fuck in. Better came on a straight line. Travis matter Reno. Travis. Matt. Torino. Hey, Matt, Torino doing. I got your matter Reno. Right. Hey, guys. I'm here with my loving wife, amber, whereas amber say,.

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Revenues Expected to Climb for Apple with Release of New iPhone Later This Year

Mac OS Ken

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Revenues Expected to Climb for Apple with Release of New iPhone Later This Year

"While apple exacts trying to train analysts away from fixating on iphone sales analysts just can't stop fixating on iphone sales. It's like they're fixated at least Canaccord Genuity analyst team. Michael walk. -ly isn't worried about them though. Quite the contrary mug growth may not be skyrocketing as in years past apple, MAs. Has the analysts calling for growth for at least the next couple of years sizing up, walk lease numbers. The site says, the analyst expects apple to sell two hundred twenty two to two hundred twenty seven million or more phones and twenty eighteen through twenty nineteen rising to two hundred thirty eight million sales in twenty twenty. The company is expected to maintain share at the high end the market, but to take more share from the middle of the market on strength of slightly cheaper iphone models as for folks already in the fold walk Lee and his crew expect nearly twenty seven percent of. Iphone owners to upgrade to a new iphone this year. They're also expecting significant services growth to continue quoting the peace. Again, the analysts say they expect services revenues to climb twenty five to thirty percent. In the next year, pointing out the growth could be higher on a kind of the additional services. Apple is thought to be developing was seemingly so much going for them. It's no surprise that walk. Lee has a buy rating on apple shares his twelve month price. Target on the shares is two hundred fifty bucks with likely less than a month before the release of IOS twelve IOS eleven may have hit its final high. Macrumors has Apple's current mobile operating system is running on eighty five percent of compatible devices that says a Monday according to numbers posted by apple to the app store support page for developers. Ten percent is still using ten according to the report while the other five percent or said to be using an older version. Of I o s

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"garmon" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"garmon" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Basis dole. They stole his they. Still John Morgan's they still done working slogan Yeah they stole it for, they stole that. For his at despise. For the papal dot com Democrats f the people What was what. Was, Trent Garmon Tra oh Trent Garmon. Was the other lawyer did a dog bite you? Or something like that what was the Doug, lawyer with ROY Moore That was funny? Yeah he was pretty he was pretty crazy But I don't think. That. That's, gonna. That gonna make them forget. That they have no oh. Wow Democrats just. Changed their slogan. Totally, forgot all the. Plans they don't have Hey look at that Democrats changed their slogan I just maybe not even remember. At. All, they. Said they wanted to take. Back my money from tax. Reform totally yeah Democrats twenty eighteen such as f the people there's been any. Truth, the Democrats have told us since two. Thousand eight two thousand nine I'm even then. I'm trying to figure out if there was any truth in the. Last. Decade Yeah I'm trying to figure out what it is yeah I mean literally that's his actual website. So How can they. Can even, take, that as the dot. Com You know I'm not even lying when I say this trend garments mottos also for, the people.

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"garmon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"garmon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"They stole they stole. His they still John Morgan's, they still John workings slogan Yeah they stole. It for. They stole that. For his despise book. For the papal dot com Democrats f the people What was Steve what. Was, Trent garments Tra oh Trent Garmon. Was the other lawyer did dog bite you? Or something like? That what. Was it dot bet lawyer was. ROY, Moore in Alabama That was. Funny yeah he was pretty. He was pretty. Crazy but I? Don't think that that's going. To, is that gonna make them forget. That they have no oh wow Democrats just? Changed their slogan? Totally forgot. All the plans they don't have Hey look at that Democrats changed their slogan I just maybe not even remember at. All. How, they. Said they wanted to take. Back my money from tax. Reform totally yeah Democrats twenty eighteen such as f the people there's been any. Truth, the Democrats have told us since like two. Thousand. Eight, two thousand nine I'm even then I'm. Trying to figure out if there was any truth in the last decade yeah I'm trying to figure out what it. Is. Yeah I mean literally that's his actual website. So How can they. Can even, take, that as the dot. Com You know I'm not even lying when I say this trend garments mottos also for, the people.

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"garmon" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"garmon" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And the highlands accounting group man alive you guys got a lot going on i've been reading a little bit of your bio information and let's bring him on i tim garmon who is the ceo of highland publications hello tim how're you doing today what did it very good how about yourself i'm doing fantastic now you're out in alabama so if i sound like i've got a bit of an accent don't let it bother you i'm with you on that all right so can you tell us what your business is all about i see magazines in there tell us about it well what we do is we published three international trade magazines and we started in business back in june of two thousand seven and basically the magazines international brian that we have over one hundred thirty thousand circulation would all through the magazines the construction industry that we go to one of his industrial pump industry and then also one for a work truck industry so it's actually our construction magazines the number one business management magazine for contractors nationwide so breakside of doing what we're doing so so so this is a b two b type business you guys are dealing with other business owners correct that's correct that's that's our circulation we go to business owners for our circulation does the advertising is basically the oem's original equipment manufacturers got it well let's talk to jamie here real quick because jamie sweeney runs the accounting side of highlands accounting group hi jamie how are you good afternoon or morning i guess there well you know here's here's what's interesting i've spent a lot of time talking about 401k's and i see you do audits and 401k administration and other retirement plan administration i've been reading in the news about lots of lawsuits employee's suing their employers over breach of fiduciary standards what can you tell me about that absolutely it's very important the department of labor is really looking into that there's there's so many complex rules and regulations that go on with your legal document and according to your plan and how what definition of compensation is used and were you allowed to enter the plan timely and do you have a portfolio of asked portfolio the assets to diversify your investments and so as a fiduciary is the plan sponsor a requirement for that so we've seen a lot of failures in our recent artists over the past three years especially mostly indefinite compensation that's where we've seen it and then automatic increase in automatic enrollment we've seen failure to to automatically enrolled is participants timely you know i've i've i've seen where a lot of the major companies have been sued by their employers but what advice would you give to a small business owner that wants to put in a retirement account but wants to keep themselves out of hot water i mean the last thing i want to do is do something nice for my employees that company match and all that and then three years when i'll get sued by my employees because my adviser put the wrong funds in the account absolutely so one of the most.

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"garmon" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"garmon" Discussed on WEEI

"Are we back i'm rob bradford monday night all the way up into red sox pregame red sox versus angels red hot red sox john rider we'll be taking you up until game tim never joe castiglione big big ratings big rating so far tv radio ib be anxious to see ratings actually coming out of this west coast trip because they looked at this schedule and said the west coast trip all my goodness in april you're trying to get people's attentions i kinda get the feel that the red sox have been part of at least on the fringe of the conversation every single day coming off a year where the ratings were still good still michelman ascii the usual host of the show i don't know where he is tonight but i don't care we're having a good time here six one seven seven seven nine seven nine three seven take a couple of calls and get the ryan hannibal who's gonna give his take on this whole craft ballot check brady gronk debate dan and chicopee hey dan how you doing good how you guys doing good thanks i i was told that this is a new take that hasn't been heard yet by i guess the producer of the person that takes the phone call and that'd be ryan garmon in these yeah i never listened fifty fifty i'm fifty fifty if he's accurate or not go ahead all right well so it's i'm fifty fifty coming into this conversation than here live on the radio you know i i just don't think you know brady what is he you know what if he oh us like what does he all the fans like for people to be so pissed off about it you know the guy is done every single thing the organization has asked him to do and it's been eighteen years i know and you know he's been eight super bowl he's won five super bowls i know it's a team effort but you know if he wants to get paid pay the guy and if he just wants to stop playing then what's the complaint i would say this dan in i'm gonna say that was the seventy five percent new take but i would say this he owes something to the organization and this is the reason why because he insinuated that he was gonna play for a few more years.

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"garmon" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

WRLR 98.3 FM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"garmon" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

"Just just pick with your heart i mean i mean don't stop stop thinking so much critically chris twitching out there with that what does it feel like in your soul saw a great message someone on facebook great tshirt the other day that i think sounds it all up it was there was a kind of a lightning bolt symbol angled it said pika and then underneath who said just chew it i was maybe three people get i loved it i don't know why it just struck my funny bone right in that spot but i needed man you know what i should do here as i want to see if i can bring on our good friend mr garmon what i wanna do in advance of that oh is you know what i going to read a new pass me that psa book reader sells a good little psa and then i'm going to do a little stop for spots and all that good stuff and and then we'll go exactly they'll bring a try really really hard to bring our good friend mr j garment and it's been a few weeks we've had issues with skype and so this time i'm just going try it with my cell phone see if we can make that thing work and all that let's see i'm trying to pick out what's good what's good psa here i read how about this one here i like this up american english merican english they are a beatles cover band beatles tribute band really they're going to be back and add it saturday may fifth eight pm at the round lake beach cultural and civic center right down the street from here they've got songs spanning the entire career the beatles with attention specifically to their musical detail concert will include costume changes vintage instruments and special effects that's for the performers you do not get a costume change time yourself but but they do and then they capture the very essence of john paul george ringo food and drinks are available for purchase endorse open at seven pm but the show starts at eight pm this is saturday may a fifth at the round lake beach cultural and civic center wwl lars going to provide pre concert entertainment it's located at two thousand seven civic center way in raleigh beach you're gonna need more information i don't i'm assuming there's probably a charge for those tickets other does not say so here but go checkout you'll get more information at our lb civic center dot com that's our lb round lake beach civic center dot com where you can call them up eight seven two zero one nine three two.

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"garmon" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"garmon" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Performers left the stage centuries ago but they are about to take a belated curtain call online the museum of the city of new york is restoring and digitizing playbills from theatrical performances stretching back as far as seventeen eighty morgan stevens garmon is curator at the museum she is the director of this particular preservation project we reached her in new york morgan seventies play bills are a couple hundred years old what shaper then we're in various shapes so the paper the actual quality of the paper of the playbills is pretty good but they're very very fragile they weren't built to last they were they were meant to be pasted up on a wall and then torn down the next day so that is what is affecting their condition the fragility it's amazing any of them even survived it is it is some of them have not been treated nicely over the years they've been folded they've been wrinkled with on them of course is the most interesting thing just described some of the playbills the most interesting ones sure so these playbills we have about seven hundred museum's collection they contain information about the shows so the complete program of evening and this would not just be one show like you would go to the day to see one thing but this would be an entire evening of entertainment so there'd be an interactive piece or before peace or side like dancing or songs entertainers that would happen in addition to the main theatrical attraction so it includes the information of what shows they would audience member would be saying and it would include information on who was performing the parts sometimes a synopsis sometimes there would be a block print giving illustrative information there's also the theater manager is listed it's really interesting to to imagine theater in the seventeen hundreds in new york city is people flock to manhattan to see the plays and the and the musicals and everything but it was going on then what tell us your oldest playability you have.

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"garmon" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

WRLR 98.3 FM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"garmon" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

"To your car and everything else so it's it's it's neat stop check it out it's so cheap to this is the other thing we're talking about ipads and how oh ipads are going to be cheaper i say forget about ipads forget about chromebooks forget about all this is what they should be putting into classrooms is give the kids give the kids raspberry pi when they're when they're in kindergarten and say by the time you get to eighth grade you're going to have a fully working completely understood by you computing device that you'll be able to do all of your work and thanks on and start him off with some simple projects in kindergarten first grade second grade i don't know if that actually works or woodwork but boy that would be a cool cool thing that would be a cool idea get them really rock and into the computer stuff one last thing before we try to grab our good friends mr garmon into the show speaking of computer stuff and things happening with the computer stuff the russians russians are really good at that they're really really good at the computer stuff in fact it turns out there so good oh there's recently report out that the russian hackers have had the ability to shut down all of our us power plants if they if they'd wanted to now it's gonna be interesting to see if we do impose any sanctions on russia if they're going to start using these infrastructures superpowers but oh gosh i hope not yeah it's it's a little bit of a goofy time right now so they so the way that this would work is that they would attack these companies that run the different electrical grids and so each electrical grid company of course is using fairly similar equipment fairly similar technology software and so on when the the russians apply their might and money to looking at those devices that equipment and that software four vulnerabilities with that much money as you can imagine and that much time and interest they're able to find those and then the the ideas infiltrate and disrupt and that's all they have to do now you ass is not should not be excluded from the evil empire idea in that we also have plans and have it's been released that we have had plans to do the same thing specifically to.

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