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Pinterest sets IPO price range at $15-$17
"Is next in line for the anticipated IPO's. We don't have a date yet. They filed their S one a couple of weeks ago. Now, they've come out with their price range and they've set the range at fifteen to seventeen dollars a share on the face of it that seems reasonable super-conservative which. So let's talk about that. Because it's conservative to the point where the last time we saw numbers regarding what is Pinterest worth on the private markets. If they hit this range, they're going to be valued in the public markets at around, you know, up to nine billion dollars for the company that's lower than what we saw in the most recent valuation on the private market. It's a little bit lower than I believe is actually eleven billion and that this would value at the last round was at twelve billion. So you don't usually see companies coming out and telling their last round of investors who you're gonna take a little bit of a haircut here. This is not great. And honestly, it seems odd to me because this is a really great company. I had not thought a lot about Pinterest. I I am not you're not the target person for Pinterest. It's it's two thirds female, but eight and ten mothers in the US are on Pinterest. But they don't have a lot of debt. The only thing you could argue about Pinterest is they've been so. Conservative with spending capital that that does constrain the massive growth, but their advertising numbers have gone up sixty percent in the past year. And really like even just in the last quarter. They added forty one million monthly active users from a base of two fifty two to ninety one. That's stunning. Do you think on any level what we saw play out with the lift IPO factored into how Pinterest set their price range? I think when you're a company that's very careful with cash perception matters. So are they gonna cost themselves a little bit of money by pricing low? They are. But they also will put it out there at a place where they're more likely to get that I wave of stories about the IPO being a mild success. Instead of what you're having with lift when you would think lift went to. Instead of lift being down. You know, whatever it is ten percent. Couple of dollars in real world the stories on it. Make it feel like it's been a disastrous IPO and Uber should just not IPO. Well, when you think about as you said, how conservative Pinterest has been managing their money. Maybe this price range makes more sense. Particularly if the attitude they're taking is look, we know what our numbers are. We know what our strengths are. By the way, we know what our growth has been. And we see the projections in the digital advertising market. And look, they're not Gogel. They're not Facebook. And they're not Amazon as we talked recently on motley fool money about Amazon building up their digital ad business. But Pinterest has their niche. They're doing it. Well, and if they look at that growing digital ad market and say to themselves, we don't need to get the biggest lie supply. We just need to get our slice of the pie. They're going to. Fine and the ad market. As you said, it's growing, so they have a strategy to get more advertisers. They're under indexed on small businesses. And that's an area where Facebook does really well, so they can sort of organically take the audience they already have they actually have to be most protective of their community. They have a niche it's closer to linked in than it is to Facebook. So when you look and say, they're speaking women, they're speaking to people they have to make sure that their advertising doesn't overwhelm their content because it's great if you're on Pinterest, and you search for a recipe, and you get the recipe, you don't care if it's from your next door neighbor, or for someone who has a vested interest in selling you a particular brand of flour as long as it's a good recipe. So it's really about protecting the content experience, and they have a sort of unassailable audience. Facebook can't easily take this Twitter Amazon as long as they put the customer first, which we've seen is something Facebook did not do and. Right. And when we're let's be clear when we're talking about fl. Lower. There's only one choice king. Arthur that's just an I couldn't have named brand of flour. If we talked for an hour. Oh, yeah. No. It's it's just king. Arthur. In terms of is this something that you look at. And you think I wanna get in if not the opening day as close to the opening day or something that you say, I don't care how excited I am. By the story. I'm waiting three months to see how they do. So I hadn't given a lot of thought to Pinterest as a company before you brought up talking about on the show, and I'm actually super impressed. Like normally, I agree. I are about hype they're much more about you know, what happens to a stock. The day after earnings are reported and someone reads the first line of the earnings report in the stock goes down ten percent. But I look at the fundamentals of this company, and I can't disagree in. When you read the risk section, which you've read those they're always preposterous. It's like what if all of our executives are eaten by bears the internet could go away like, but the actual risks to their business are fairly minimal. And when you're this conservative
"gogel" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"You you how we going to deliver games purely streaming it's all day to Senate based we have to deal with latency, which is a very real issue. You know, they came up with something unique. And we'll see if it works. We'll see how well it works. Whatever it is. But you know, Microsoft has some very very real advantages. And so, you know, we know last week that Phil Spencer had written the troops since the guys, you know, it's called Gogel's don't where the tone know, Microsoft's big. Unveiling of project x clad will occur at three in June. They showed up a little bit of it this past week turn the same show that Google announced stadia, and they're going to have some some of the same stuff. I mean, I think one of the goofy things that Microsoft is doing one of the things I'm I I will say I'm a little nervous about I'm not sure if this is maybe the right way to approach it. But it looks like Microsoft's going to do a little bit more on the rich client side, even with their cloud based streaming meaning that. There's going to be an actual software application that's more than a remote viewer. That's going to do stuff on the client. And we'll see we'll see how that goes. But that means they're they're setting if swimming that's what they're doing that they could be setting themselves up for keeping different clients up to date with each other in different features that's different clients. And you know, we'll see, but, you know, they have for example in touchscreens they have this glass interface for you know, emulating the XBox control. There are so many buttons that kind of covers all screen it's a little bit. Like, you know, the old if we turn on every toolbar and word, you know, this tiny little postage stamp in the middle of typing. It looks a little bit like that, unfortunately. But anyway, the main point here is from the Microsoft perspective. This is true of Sony as well for sure any company that's already already has a, you know, his Hertie in games, right? They have relationships publishers of all sizes independent game makers. They have a distribution thing that they've been doing forever. I mean, you know, Google has a couple. Obviously play stars begging, and whatever, but you know, the people who choose XBox or PlayStation are gamers capital. G, you know, the people who play games in funds in his people, you know, and they're not necessarily interested. In streaming services are paying Google ten bucks a month. Whatever the cost is going to be. So I guess my point is just don't freak out. I I honestly when you think about it logically. There's really nothing to worry about the best. They can do is match. What Microsoft is doing technically? And even then there a mile behind because they just don't have any of the games of the states like the apple service. You know, you know, the the apple notion that developers were somehow not free to make the games they wanted to make until apple came along as the most ludicrous assertion I've ever heard. But yeah, the it's some magical thing they're going to do. And they're going to have, you know, unique games. You know, a unique games that are only on one platform when it what what an innovation that is. Yeah, we've had that for a long time to apple, you know. So everyone's going. To do this Amazon's getting involved, they'll be other companies. I think Microsoft's in a good place..
"gogel" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC
"We also think there's a lot of open ended questions right now on the regulatory side, and that could impact a lot of people. And so people who are interested and with non significant tools of capital, whatever that means to them built starting to build crypto portfolios, I think is super interesting and and may get early access to a new asset class, but blockchain companies outside of institutional investors. And you have to be pretty careful in eyes wide open and just really know how early this ecosystem is. You mentioned the one of them into regulation that we just not average Gogel Michaud from electric absol- in England. Actually, the concern is about imposing regulations so to speak in the system barashi that ho scale governments that may be having the Phares means and objectives fully embrace it. How do you think about that? And the concerns. And kind of incremental regulatory changes us is full scale, embrace subsequent dangers. I think it's all the luck. I think people have different motives in the category. The finance industry is regulated, and it's regulated by the government, particularly in the US which is where we're focused on now, and in involves definition of what securities are and how to invest in them. And when you think of the public markets, they've been regulated for a long time, and there's very clear definitions of all of the things and the new think about crypto market, and there's very unclear definitions of all those things. And so we're in a process of both creating definitions and then understanding how that relates to the regulatory landscape. There may be what he's talking about which is kind of mixed motives elsewhere. But I think fundamentally, even in even beyond that, we just don't have a lot of clarity yet on how this ecosystem will play out here and we don't think it should be unregulated. They should regulated. We just think until some of those rules are in place. You just take a fair amount of risk getting involved Fuzhou. I couldn't agree more. Down The left. the left clarity, but I do wanna move into my favorite elements of any interview. The quickfire rounds, Isaiah short statement, and then you give me your immediate thoughts about sixty seconds, PO one strapped in I'm ready. Okay. So favorite book and why? What must I be reading on my next five t the weird run for a VC, but my favorite book is pale fire by glad and bow coughs, which is a novel to Russian novel, and it's all about the importance of stories and narratives in our lives, and it's not a business book, but I think it's infinitely applicable to so many parts of life because challenge and then surprise on the move. The biggest challenge in it's hard to move on from working with people you deeply respect and love. It's not a surprise that something that really delights me every day is just how genuine team orientational and deep talent of my partners. Are you as VN and just how much I have to learn Alex towns speeds. Have we seen re platforming of retail, we'll she will take on this in the future of retail. I think both what we want to buy and how we want to buy it or an appearance of extreme change. It looks really different than it did often twelve or eighteen months ago, let alone five years ago. These cycles are going very, very fast. We want more personalized stories and brands and products and experiences than ever before and as businesses they have to marry that desire for personalization and really slicing up this market with the ability to scale because consumers don't just want products that others use them love. They want products that were really meant for them, and that's a new challenge for this industry. But I think with that in challenge, there's a ton, a ton of ton of opportunity in it, and we're gonna. See really exciting things emerge DGSE Bruns starting to open physical locations, small or capitol inefficient best brands, deliver products to consumers where those consumers want them and they're anchored on a product and a customer and not on a model or a channel. And physical stories is a channel to customers are asking for imprison interaction in owned retail. They probably opened physical stories if they're not, they shouldn't. I think the best entrepreneurs building needs businesses will.
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"gogel" Discussed on Off The Hook
"I'm less transparent with their workforce by controversial business vision seem less interested in listening to workers objections and they once did in the case of maven google is helping the defense department implement machine learning to classify images gathered by by drones as we've said some employees believe humans not algorithms should be responsible for this sensitive and potentially lethal work and i shouldn't be involved military work at all and historically global has promoted an open culture that encourages employees to challenge and bait product decisions but some employees feel that their leadership no longer as is no longer has tended to that concerns leaving them to face the fall out one employee said over the last couple of months i've been less and less impressed with the response and the way people's concerns are being treated and listened to i realized if i can't recommend people join here then why am i still here that's a very good question i think many of us should ask every day at our place of employment i know people were worried that good was turning to turning into sky from terminator but now it looks like it's walker from wargames in addition to the resignation nations nearly four thousand google employees have voiced their opposition to project maven in an internal petition that ask to immediately cancel the contract and institute policy against taking on future military work the mounting pressure from employees however seems to have done little to sway gogel's decision the company has defended its work on even and is thought to be one of the lead contended for another major pentagon cloud computing contract the joint enterprise defense infrastructure better known as jet djeddai that is currently up for bids i don't even wanna know what that's all about but.
"gogel" Discussed on What the Tech
"Removes the grain when it does that the effect is beautiful i what i mean is you don't just take up the cameron click a pitcher you take up the camera and you select the light source and then you take the pitcher you can do it with the samsung that doesn't have any effect and so to me the samsung pitchers too bright they just brighten everything up a little bit let's sorry this one sorry the other two things that the samsung does is the colors are not correct i took hundreds of photos over the weekend with my wife and i we you know side just make sure you're seeing what i'm saying it the whiteness that it adds changes the color of the pitcher and it's not color accurate the gogel phone does a much better job of color accuracy but also in low light conditions part of the effect of what it's doing softens the photo you can see it in that the candle pitchy you showed earlier not only the colors wrong they're kind of a reddish brown orangey color in the samsung photo yeah not correct the gogol one is exactly what it looked like but it's softer the edges aren't crisp like it it it's almost like a like a filter like vacillating filter or something so here's the interesting thing so i noticed that the re everything was a little to read on my photo so she's won the the selfie felt the selfie mode on this thing which you know i'm still i'm way younger than eupol so i still do southeast but the selfie mode i absolutely love the celsius which is pretty cool how it does like the background blur on a front facing camera but something that samsung tends to do is at a schoff ends up delfi moat the front facing camera they i don't know if it's it's post production doing or it's within the sensor but they're little it's a little soft so i did a the same photo with my iphone seven in this one and i have to tell you the iphone seven was way more of an accurate now bixby's talking to me i'm not even talking to you man.
"gogel" Discussed on Tech News This Week
"Rachel contract lawsuit legal fleeing of these other apps could provide all the evidence you need to win the case the app is free but the company plans to charge for each live contract the legal fleeing app is available for download the apple and android stores next month we consider in sassi already there the longer matters if you'll respect the point gogel's project zero has outed microsoft by revealing a security flaw in microsoft's edge web browser but you gotta give gugel credit in being polite they actually reported the flawed directly to microsoft first in mid november of last year they gave them plenty of notice to get things cleaned up microsoft however has not been able to patch it all within a ninety day responsible disclosure time prayed so the flaws been revealed to the public edge is microsoft's web browser doesn't put you would immediate risk of a hacker invading your computer like some of the other critical bugs we talked about but basically the flaw allows an attacker the bypass microsoft's edge arbitrary code guard the acg the code was set up on the edge browser to prevent hackers from executing delicious code from an already compromised browser microsoft says it hopes to have this whole thing patched up in march in the meantime always be careful about the lynch shoe clicking and the attachments that your downloading the on the safe side there's plenty of other browsers available is farhi for apple users there's google chrome or missile of fire fox quantum for apple and microsoft use triumph their free and if you're a user of amazon's cloud datastorage servers you may be getting what's called friendly warning from security researchers that your information has been made public warnings are primarily going out in the united kingdom that's great britain urging voters to secure all of their information before it's stolen by hackers you do that by changing passwords in the united states these friendly warning message is very telling some owners that the settings exposed data and others are more explicit saying hey fix this before the bad guys get it scary experts of busy scanning servers supporting amazon's simple store.
"gogel" Discussed on The WordPress Chick Podcast
"I took all of that money and dumped it into a brand new venture called gogel gear now what you have to understand about gogo gear is that number one it is a company that designs and manufactures protected calling for motorcycles woulda writers now i don't know a fucking thing about sewing and i at the time know anything about manufacturing i didn't know anything about fabric or technical anything when i regard what the hell i need a product that looks fashionable so that i can go out to those dinner is i'm no longer going to have and with i'm gonna just i'm just going to invent something and that's what i did i flew off to china uh by myself with nothing but my iphone translator and i went and visited seventeen different factories will span of three weeks big no chinese knowing nothing about manufacturing or selling and proceeded to develop a line of really awesome protective clothing though i have a business partner at the time who also lost her job uh in the reception was also in real estate development so we decided to do this business together though we did everything wrong and we'll el about it and then we keen to market with the product we had her first revenue event a march of two thousand ten and then the reception really hit that particular industry on in the span of uh probably eighteen months there had been eighteen thousand retail.
"gogel" Discussed on WLAC
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"gogel" Discussed on Computer Talk with TAB
"This is google they owned the internet right they they know it kinda peanut butter i have on my anguish muffin so i try to order these twogoal phones i got an email vaccine yep your orders emplaced placed it's great then sunday at three in the morning they say you're were has been cancelled what what is it with me in buying things on the internet um so i dutifully called google that that talking to google you can call him out there in california and they don't have a clue as to why they that order was cancelled i talk to my credit card hey credit card is there any problem my credit note they siaga come in approve you know the the credit card approved the purchase and then they saw google come in and take it away what do i do wrong who they get mad at the internet um but even google themselves couldn't figure out why google kissel my order now again gogel knows what kind of peanut butter right on my english muslim but they themselves couldn't figure out why they themselves cancelled my order it's there 2017 and we don't know how to do online ordering gogel while gogel's and other problems i got signed up somehow for red flag what is that it's a some sort of video and music so like red box yes and at the cost ten dollars ninety nine cents a month but you didn't sign up for it iin sign up for it i got it and they credited me for and it's and they said we won't have this problem again and again well yeah analysis of the third month in a row in that i've been built since they cancelled my order you're kidding i got a confirmation and everything i gotta give them a call again this is why bring this stuff up folks i can't be the only guy with these types of problems i feel like i'm the only guy but i couldn't believe it might cancel moorer who really know where we canceled your holy they cancelled the earth probably in they meant to cancel mine area near this all right let's get to your calls you guys have bigger problems in my problems let's go onto the next car which we rich in kensington herych warren guy morning how you doing good good good.
"gogel" Discussed on Computer Talk with TAB
"My point on this would be let them fight guys you want him to fight it out right like google punch amazon in the nose let amazon punch gogel in the nose let cox in google fight it out if they don't if we if we don't let them fight it out we're not going to get a better thing when he went chime in our joy do you have a amazon fire tv or any nowadays tiba okay so i have the amazon fire tv yeah which has the youtube app not until next month a dozen it wa it forever what's happened is you there's always been the youtube app ray bought i cannot watch my purchase content go through the amazon fire tv so they're blocking that have already been blocking that forever cash that sound so oh i don't know maybe we should have a hardware neutrality right so heavily blumenthal hasn't chimed in and said all boxes are created equal and must be allowed to share content no blocking allowed no of course you can block in right so if yeah you've purchase something from the google play store yeah would you use youtube to watch movies you can do and can't but i can use the week that we you will watch my purchased youtube content look at that choices suddenly hands over like we don't care whatever right same thing with deavere right now manuel now we'll see the whole thing about this is really is really choice right it's consumers and choice annual deal with the issues as they fall out but um you know the irony the great irony of all this that i just love so much is the big content provider gogel those that you are in the net neutrality camp wanna make sure you preserve your access to your little youtube channel right its own by gogel you're out there fighting for net neutrality to make sure you're youtube two channels not throttled but gugel will rip it off your amazon device you can't have it both ways google surely again an okinawa well it is deliciously ironic upper up there for you could take a look at all by the way the washington post is owned by google now.
"gogel" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Word okay gogel do you understand spanish i speak spanish okay gogel why don't you understand what i'm saying and spanish i'm snow learning and i can translate for new just ask okay google translate that spicy tho slowing yes she wasn't telling me to say it slowly that's literally what thus lethem means and after asking twenty three times here's what finally happened okay gogel play this spicy tho sure d'esposito by louise fonzie i the y with it burns in her spanish happy larry this small miracle would not have been possible so here's theory two by tunisia gugel home needs training even of youtubers while the song maybe the people using this new device aren't asking for it as much so more people have to ask and have to ask in different accents to make the computers r more responsive so that knows that people don't just say this where this way they also say it this way and so it just needs example snow maybe they found unlikely given what a mega hit we're talking about for what it's worth sharia himself does not believe gugel has some agenda against latin music a a doing thinks them given that it's been played funding four and a half billion times a new in the book artificial honey npr news san francisco no luke two but feed the pig alone new blood thank you you're welcome this is npr news coming up next it's marketplace although before that its traffic with julie deppish now new problem in alamo a couple cars lighting nor six 84 low foreigner road second lane for the left is taken away zero that backup to al cerro good news for hercules finally clear the overture and pickup truck from highway four eastbound before willow avenue and who acts in san francisco no this is southbound 280 before ocean geneva couple of vehicles but they did get to the right shoulder julie deppish for kqed andrulis.
"gogel" Discussed on Geek News Central
"I think these critical tones against gogel facebook and twitter well they're going to come we know the chickens are gonna come home to roost and they're going to be forced to report doer we think that the rest of the communication world does um what does that mean bore little idi beatty companies like wine for example that let's say we have uh uh someone come in and buy a political ad across a number of podcast um we might going to be required to do that reporting two it yet to be seen um and those reporting requirements are pre dida pretty strenuous so if you're going to be going down that road you've got to be prepared dither reporting but i think the hammers coming and congress want someone to beat up on uh both parties and they think they're they're going to go after the tech companies but at love to hear from you guys do have you ever been influenced in the way you vote by something you rian peace facebook or something you see on twitter i just i just don't think and may be a small percentage by ditches don't think it's that much to be quite honest and i i might be wrong and uh if so and someone up there can explain to me why am wrong but we do know of some new news reporting up that russianlinked facebook accounts helped staged this a divisive events and deter people linked to those facebook organizer fun events in united states at round divisive topics offing playing both sides of a hotbutton according to the wall street journal the wall street journal site in example in july when a russian base firm organiz to events in the same day the first was the blue lives manner rally to honour fallen police officers in dallas on july seven the other was warned bent near minneapolis reviewable gathered to honored the llandough casteel a black man that was shot fatally by police officer during a traffic stop so.
"gogel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And it's not just arguing it's it's all human interactions so think about this artificial intelligence it's evil to identify items right it's idea is able to identify oh that's a car the car looks like a car right and it's able to identify a tree because the tree looks like a tree that humans because we aren't we move we do things we interact it's harder to read what what we need are what we're doing for an artificial intelligence because it's constantly changing and think about this like it in order to identify that is a hug you have to see an interaction happening between two people so when you think about trying to progr graham something artificial to understand how humans interact with each other they have to learn it somehow rights and so what google is doing is it's literally having their artificial intelligence binge watch youtube and there watching what what is i don't i guess they don't understand what is youtube c a r y what does that gogel's a high it like they have they have gugel is working on an artificial intelligence program which is just some computer that's like really smart or probably that they would put in you know i don't know they would use it in a number of different ways and one of them is to help like advertisers understand human behavior better so they know the best way is to advertise their products okay by the way that they are trying to train these these artificial intelligence programs is by allowing them to just absorb youtube i think they said fifty seven thousand youtube collapsed while they are watching to try to.
"gogel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The character and they think about what he was referred to job of the hut called him solo gogel garrido guido's called otms solo he looked there was the nick it's like when people jude's do that all the time they use each other's last names like matheson good over here you know what i mean i it fits to me i think it's perfectly arraigned groundless i condemn the men in the minute i heard the the minute i heard the title i didn't think of java the hut going solo so you know what i it is i i didn't darth vader what he was putting them into the pit and empire strikes back to freeze and carbonite easily put captured so low in the right it's so that's what he has an hour we're like putting at olives of like solo cups and dislike yeah stick okay we got to take a break when we come back the outrage continues our how rage already range think you alexis bridge zubia new signalling the outrage it looks john requests that velasco tired horror the outrage over the outrage be right back looking at this super bowl package to grasp roommate's nine thousand eighty five dollars per person oh my word that is highway robbery just put this out there that i would be a really fun day for that.
"gogel" Discussed on What the Tech
"And i encourage apple users to say listen guys this isn't working this is a problem here yep as the only way change happens with that said paul time i change he got a leaf i'm really excited about that you have leading to go to we are evident that conversation this was a good show actually i think i need to get so i i will of this prep if future here by saying i have an article in the works that's about how how and why gogel's going to destroy apple and its related to what we were just talking about so i should have that up some time the next day or two but the gugel has huge advantages over apple and there the our advantages that apple cannot overcome and it was on full display at this week's event so there's nothing they can do apples just this big fat happy target and they're just going to wallow when it and the so lot of phones and stuff and whatever they'll continue but i think the excitement has moved on abso i 100 percent agree with it w we'll continue this again we're gonna take a little break from this subject for for a week but obviously senator your feedback you can email us you could tweet us i love hearing from you guys and what's your reaction because you the viewers are the ones buying the products so i want to hear from you you follow paul on twitter at the rock you can follow me at andrews air in what the tech g fq on twitter as well you could subscribe to the podcast were everywhere podcasts available and i encourage you subscribe audio and video were whatever device iran you can subscribe on that and support us unpatriotic patrono com slash what the attack paul's going to go but i'm gonna stick around for another ten fifteen minutes and hang out with the guys and talk about some more technology stuff i want to talk a little bit more in detail but what i'm using them why musing it and that's it for this week they care.
"gogel" Discussed on X96
"Is the curse of the drinking class tragedy old he was one of the cried he was a regional he will be missed two basil go go sa'z all basil gogel's eighty eight years old he painted penetrating and chilling color portrait's of movie monsters oh like dracula now c c festus what i wanted was actually an example of his pictures paintings not a picture of him should have been more specific about their suv you can grab one and put it up there really quick linda to be his wife and immediate survivor only leaves survivors of the cause was coronary mr gogos produce dozens of covers for the horror magazine famous moans yes of film i was just gonna say that's that's where i've seen these he's paintings when you see them mule his creature from the black lagoon is especially good thought when you want freeman oh absolutely i come your house these are a very i love the one mirror who is that is that sarah using c o that's forest ackerman amount one there he's the did a portrait of forestry acrimony which is really a great but he his uh he's got a couple of frankenstein inner just great but yeah you've seen the ec this guy's work yeah he he's mr gollnisch nineteen sixty nine portrait of frankenstein's monster as pay play by boris karloff his eyes or downcast and his demeanor is sorrowful it's it's it's almost drink is the ads are tragic looking at yes of the background dramatically illuminated by a single glowing keren ill their excellent six dot com slash cory lining yeah i mean he was he was it was a good artist and these are iconic of representations of famous monsters look up his images or even do herman munster oldest of what am i just tweet a link to this story his name is.
"gogel" Discussed on Windows Weekly (MP3)
"Let me install gogel chrome that's it and i i will never install anything else ever again i just want to use this one thing it may impact uh performance by three percent torme impact the reliability of the system by 7 percent or whatever these numbers are but you as an adult purchased a product are making this decision for yourself i know they can put these little blocks up there but they're all fake windows tennis runs when 32 this went 32 ups all over it it's it they're installed on the system when you buy it uh it's it's arbitrator know me like dope at yes i just think there's a there's a compromise that can be bay the problem with windows tennis is is too much of a heartstopping it's a it's a goal it's it is inaudible place to get for windows it's just not ready here in 2017 so e e e you you you let you you let people crack through the fire while a little bit to do the one or two things that they want um and that's it it's easy he i feel i i still feel like a briefing if i still feel like a big reason they did tennis is to try to keep trying to make edge gain some momentum so that's why they don't want chrome on there and i think that once going to be the the the one that's like absolutely not so are okay his and other altered at future for those in general but let's went to citizenship pacific late which is that uh sometime in the future possibly during the lifetime of the fall criticize update more likely to the next version uh windows or by percentage will be updated support of the full capability list for progress web apps and microsoft has said the pasifik as recently a bill as build that they would put progressive web apps in the store and when i look at uh the available selection of like you wpro that are in the store today i find them to be very lacking but more importantly find than to be lacking compared to highquality website gogel inbox or google calendar the new oic duck a bit which is fantastic.
"gogel" Discussed on FT Tech Tonic
"So away thing about it is is both are artificial intelligence computing promise both are highperformance computing problems and were using the same architecture for the gogel's in the amazon's to do artificial intelligence and cloud as we are doing artificial intelligence in a car and do you need not much competing halls power ashley in the vehicle all i mean people talking about with five g coming online at largest become have done in the cloud and and this piece of different problems head as the training problem which is how you kind of teach tracy the to think about whatever problem as the try to solve and then this the the sort of deployment which i i guess instead of infants die of a a a you playing and both of those areas and and does every con need the sort of training type chip the architecture for training and influencing is very similar but it's not exactly the same however in our case we are able to take our architecture and adapted for training as wall spree influencing in a car we have to infants and credible speeds and the reason for that is because the late and see that goes to the cloud him back is too long even a hundred milliseconds is too long you know in a hurry milliseconds your car would have travelled hundreds of feet depending on how fast you're going and so you need to make sure that you can inference and you can detect them and reason about what's happening around you and take the appropriate actions instantaneously and so that the latency of going to the cloud and back is too long the predictability of the fact that the you have good enough connection so that you can go to the cloud and back is unpredictable and unguaranteed and so if you were driving in a car you need to have complete confidence that your car is computing all the time how do you make sure that that same kind of technology that powers a big car picked data center wet.