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Amazon Launches Space Push to Drive Cloud-Computing Growth; Adidas, Ford, Clorox Join Facebook Ad Boycott
"Says major users of its cloud computing services. Hoping to benefit from rising government spending and private investment. The Wall Street Journal says the move by Amazon Web services comes during a multiyear surge in U. S military and civilian agencies spending on space projects. Ford, Pepsico, Clorox, HP, Adidas and Microsoft, the latest blue chip companies to join the growing advertising boycotting Facebook and its Instagram unit over its failure to deal with hate speech and misinformation on its platform. Over 280 companies have now joined the boycott. And that's your money now. Jennifer Gosh. Inca Comeau
Leveraging the Quadruple Aim in Healthcare Innovation with Jeroen Tas
"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket today I have the privilege of hosting Garin Tass. He's a chief innovation and Strategy Officer of Royal Philips a position. He's held since February two thousand seventeen year experienced global executive and entrepreneur with the track record of leading innovation in healthcare, information, technology and financial services industries. He clearly sees the tremendous value that information technology and data can add to managing health, leading the company's Global Innovation and Strategy Organization he's responsible for emanate strategy planning RND Solution Design Medical Affairs Sustainability. Technology, platforms ventures. Ventures and emerging businesses, he's in charge of creating a pipeline of innovation in their various businesses that Phillips covers within healthcare. They are focused on delivering on quadruple aim, which is improving health outcomes, improving patient, experience, staff, satisfaction and lowering the cost of care, and in my interview with urine. He dives deep into how they're doing that with some great examples that you will enjoy. He's a respected thought leader and was responsible for turning around. Philips healthcare it business and has been instrumental in establishing health sweet as a new. New Open Industry Standard for the healthcare. Internet of things cloud platform year and joined Phillips in twenty eleven, leading it worldwide as group chief information officer in two thousand fourteen. He became CEO of Phillips Healthcare. Informatics solutions and services, overseeing digital health and clinical informatics from two thousand sixteen. He led the company's connected care and informatics business, demonstrating passion to create new models of people centric healthcare based on the power of information technology before joining Phillips Urine Co founded and served as president. CEO and Vice Chairman of the board. Board for emphasis and it and business process outsourcing company, which was acquired by HP in two, thousand, six, prior to emphasise. He was head of Transaction Technology Citigroup's tech lab. Who's responsible for innovation and development of the banks customer facing systems, including Internet, banking and self service devices from two thousand seven to eight. He was VPN general manager at EDS responsible for the company's global competency centers. He has been a winner of the Eny entrepreneur of the year award, and many more but in two days after. We're going to dive into how it's important to focus on the quadruple aim, but also how diverse mindset such as Mr is diverse mindset and experience across different industries can help us in healthcare and looking at different perspectives to drive the most value for our healthcare dollar, and to provide the best care for patients, so such a privilege to have Mr task on the podcast today. Yaron thanks so much for joining me. really pleasure to be there so so. What an incredible Just work that you do. you know had a chance to to really. Connect with you a little bit further when we were in Vegas. Together offer the health meeting. Bud what what happens in Vegas Stays Vegas. All right so there we go. Let's change topics. I'd love if you could just share what inspires your your work in healthcare? Well, I think like all of us. We have personal stories. have personal stories. It's related the to health and You know what really motivated me to to get into. Healthcare is when my daughter was diagnosed with type, one diabetes and She was rushed to the hospital and spend a couple of days in the ICU. And I think confronted me with. The Way Healthcare is organized confronted knee wits how technology is used. My reaction was wow this. This can be so much better you know in my daughter regularly says I'm I'm actually the the care coordinator because? Diabetes is a complex disease with complications and their mental aspects to it as well, and she says I I kind of have to coordinate between cared disciplines, and I'm also data aggregate, or because every time I go somewhere. I need to carry my files and explain what the what has happened,
HP sales dive more than 11% despite work-from-home demand; stock falls
"Work from home demand for its personal computers failed to rescue H. P. in its latest quarter it reported lower sales signed at the pandemic disrupted its supply chain revenue fell eleven
AT&T CEO John Stankey on the launch of the HBO Max streaming service
"Joe Kernan. Kicking things off with John. Thank you this morning on Squawk box. John Thanks for coming on today. It's great great to have you with us you me on. I know you have high hopes for. Hbo We all know HBO. Obviously it's synonymous with some of the greatest things ever on video. Obviously game of Thrones Sopranos etc. You WanNa take on Netflix. And I understand. I think that's interesting because I don't know whether it's true or not. But supposedly someone said maybe we should have some kind of alliance with Netflix's someone suggested that you and you said we want to crush Netflix's Adams John you want to replace net flicks or at least be a very potent competitor refrains US Navy. Some on what I would call not accurate reporting on the New York Times Are hellacious is going to multiple streaming services knowing forward in pretty consistent. I think if you look back over the last year of domain around my conversation that our goal frankly is not to be. Netflix's our goal is to be something different and there are other senior services are starting to show up on the market that clearly different ease for the customer. Hbo Mass is going to have a unique focus in a unique position with the customer in play our game. Our goal is at crush flights. Our goal is to make sure that we meet customer needs engaged every day household. Find something worthwhile in time with us. And that's what we're GONNA see foes I guess they didn't so that was in the New York Times but that was that was not accurate according to so that. That's not a quote from you that that's interesting Anyway but I I guess the reason I led with that John is that I think about net flicks and everything. That's there and from documentaries to movies to programming that they generate themselves. That is a big universe of things that they have how will HBO? Max and I just said you're not going to strive to be everything to all people but you probably do need to add some things to the offering to make it so attractive that people have it in addition to the other streaming services absolutely a clearly customer Nanna. What's current as from kind of traditional media through the pay TV bundle and general entertainment content coming into the streaming world has credible number of choices of what to do with their time and then he going all dynamics in the digital environment about France capabilities to good use generating content? Like there's no question. There's more choice after today than there ever has been in paradise choices. Feel Max Niece resolve needs on the customers. Says you know I'm looking for something? That is this particular need of where I stand right now at my mood or my family situation that it's the first thing you think about that. I can go and no one wanted to find something. That's curious down. Who in meaningful selection of high-quality is Gonna? Hit the mark for me in the consistency. That happening time and time again clearly. The a hallmark more for the bran and for the service. And that's what we believe where you will focus on a more carried. Orderly got such a talented team. It warned me be do dat curate in that fashion just doing it for the demo outstanding the entire family. And you point out that that it's it's not much difference in price from what people are paying for now with with. Hbo So you have done some surveys. And what you saw one out of five people might decide not not to go with with Max. But it's not not much of a difference between just converting what they have now into HBO. Max Oh you don't you. Don't see any churn in that respect a difference were selling at that price day with just the HBO product which is a product that has half as much content is what HBO. Max New Offering Margaret. So you twice content same price and I think if we're seeing all of us everybody who's in the streaming business utility matter fact increasing during these unfortunate moments going through right now at this pandemic that's increasing dramatically so the performance of house value arrive actually increasing as a result. So you know our job is to make sure. The customer finds the equation to be done that for over thirty million customers with a long period of time in our goal is to extend that out beyond the family. I think we've got a really strong probability Andrew John. It's great to see you this morning. And congratulations and good luck on the on. This launched the question. I have two questions. The biggest I think is a distribution question. Which is and. Maybe you can explain what's happened with the likes of comcast parent company of this network. Amazon and Roku which a stoically with been strong distribution partners for the HBO product but are not on board at least from what I understand at the moment with HBO. Max and what that does to your reach a Bra List and distributors who are working with us the traditional and the market is the pay TV. Marcus actually signed on going to carry four. They're going to be successful years with. Hp Amax just like they were HBO along the providers doing that. Frankly you mentioned your parent company I'm optimistic still opportunity for something to be on there. I suspect that there's an opportunity that need other pay. Tv providers are given the vast majority. The ECO system is a likely become interview just useful. Come her moving forward. I think the interesting dynamic you're alluding to is Roma who Amazon at this point elected mocked distributors. I got and I didn't expect first of all have distribution across the entire race. I think must be doing something rightist. Somebody believes now to be more in conflict with your business so I don't necessarily take a bad sign but I do find it a bit ironic when I think banning litigation heard prior to the Time Warner eighteen transaction closing the concern was about withholding content from traditional distributors. And what we have now. We actually have dynamic where we have. New Technology viewers individual H. Who are likely not student and I think that dynamic is an important one understanding shows fast. The market's moving how we got to respond to those changes. I just to follow up with one other question which relates to this which is speak to the marketing challenge which. I think there may be one in terms of getting people to download the APP because some of these cable operators aren't going to necessarily be carrying it as an on demand on the box if you will so so what has to happen given that you do have these multiple brands and getting people to understand that they need to actually go get this. Get this particular product. It's a good question this
Byte The Elder Sign Podcast
"Glenn Written Brandon Buddha host. The elder signed podcast. Who came up with the idea of doing this type of podcast? Well that's a fantastic question. And I. I think that answer might change depending on on on the setting but I think like like so many good ideas this one was was born in a bar and I think we dared to to do it and and no one blinked and so so the show is show is now happening and I urge everybody to listen to the first introductory episodes really explains what you guys. You're going to be covering and you talk about the new weird Gr- you guys talk about it at length and have a great definition and I just hope people listened to that but what I really found interesting was talking about the twenties and thirties and HP lovecraft and so many great authors Robert Howard got their start writing for essentially what was called. I guess the old pulp magazines talk about that. That was probably the beginnings of of horror and science fiction. Maybe starting to get a foothold. The little bit yeah. A lot of these guys were just writing for money. They wrote a draft and mailed it out and hope to cop published then could buy can a can of meat in love grass case or whenever they needed to live on they were writing to live and they invented a lot of tropes that we now associate with weird fiction and horror and science fiction and it was all kind of one thing. It was just coming out of these magazines. That were that. Were just on racks. That people bought read on the train and so many of these writers. Just that's what they had. That's what they did. Lovecraft is notorious for kind of living a poppers life and mailing out these stories one after the other just writing prolifically and it was a kind of lifestyle and it was the big form of entertainment for a lot of people in the in the nineteen twenties and Nineteen Thirties. He I mean what lovecraft did you know really inspired so many authors after them and even screenwriters and directors frankly they they just took up the mantle that he started came up with so much interesting stuff and developed his own mythology to that we all know in love so yeah he was he was great. I gotta ask you guys about the The selection of the different stories that you cover and we'll go into some details but you have you know stories from Robert Block where it is or the moon remorse of course lovecraft and even a know Howard of course and and even some Some more recent writers as well talk about the selection process. Because there's a lot to choose from. Yeah we're really intent on covering the whole gamut of of Weird Fiction really broadly conceived of really from the beginning of modern literature modern publishing around the eighteen hundred or so up until today and one of our real interests is in charting the way that a different people in different societies and different ages and also around the globe have responded to the the tensions and even the the traumas of their historical contexts by writing weird fiction or horror fiction or science fiction to to be airing out the things about their own world their rapidly changing world many cases that they find unsettling and to do this as kind of a real comparison that I think will will really shed a lot of light on the way that this fiction can actually be used to tell us things about their societies and by contrast in people from one hundred fifty years ago with people who are writing today and the interim period and all the way in between I think will really shed some light on that.
Anxiety Bytes: Am I Doomed by My Genes to Be Anxious?
"Hey guys autumn to not another anxiety. Show I'm your host Kelley Walker and joining me. Today is my co host Eric. Lay them head low. This these days I now and we get to do a little Anxiety by segment today. I know and I'm still angry about the it yes B. I t I s you. Don't all the grudge It's been a year more than a year it's been I think you have some exciting news. I'M GONNA share it for you okay. There are guests who knows how to sign into the show's instagram page. I do I know signing instagram. I even made a fun. Little time lapse video that I'm figuring out how to upload so stay tuned. It'll probably be like a week or two. I'm toying with doing once. We can like put it together. It makes us look like we're professionals. Yeah I'm not there yet. I'm just learning. I don't honestly we could talk about this after. I don't even see where you like. Start a new post or something so overwhelmed by. I like we're just GONNA TAKE BITES ICE says around coaching advice. Which is gonNA take fees Where you start a new post where you start a new post. Yeah we'll talk right after that will take that off. Line okay so anxiety by its. I'm kind of pumped about this one. Because I have had this question many times we we had a really great up that I can't remember the which one but it was sort of towards the beginning of things where we talked about We talked about this and it's one of it was when I was going through panic attacks. That was one of my biggest fears in the things. I got stuck on the most common questions I get asked. Okay really. It's like it's got to be like top five most common questions just in like my personal kind of one on one coaching experience. And I know it was a big question for me when things were really when things really felt like a big struggle. And we're really sticking well challen. Let's do it okay. So wait are need to set a timer. Is it going to be? Siri renew us all right. I'm GonNa see if I can do it with my voice. He Siri set a five U. Two's flower girl. God Oh my God all right. Forget I'm going to be hearings. A man you know what? Don't judge not that's okay. I've never heard man. Siri is my Syria. Identifies AS A British man? That's better than regular Siri. But you can tell me how to do that after two regular series. Okay ready so the question is am. I doomed by my jeans to be anxious. Ready go answer is now and that's the end of this segment. Thank you so much for tuning in today if you want to. Why do we do no no? None of us are doomed by our genes to be anxious In fact according to an article published in the advances in experimental medicine in Biology Peer Reviewed Journal Genome five times fast fast. You know when when you cited. It's nice abbreviated. But saying it. Out Loud so mouthful But you know. According to this study Genome Wide Association studies have failed to identify any genes significantly associated with anxiety diagnosis so You know this was published by the National Health Institute. I think it's like on the APA website too but They're very clear that we really just haven't been able to find any genes associated with an increased risk for developing anxiety But some recent research suggests that like epigenetics may be playing a role here so if you remember from old episode epigenetics can be thought of as genes that are more flexible so they can be turned on and off throughout our lifetime and they're also influenced by Environmental factors and environmental factors or like a very broad-based charm for like influenced by all sorts of things And this is really quite a bit different from how we used to think of jeans. And if you kind of want a quick review about genetics EPI This is a quick little anxieties segments bite. But you can listen to episode one seventy two With Dr Sarah Circus where we go into a bit more detail about Epigenetics and now apostasy by her so much much longer so much. Allah for so much But Anyway so preliminary research animal studies. Only there's no human studies yet but in animal studies suggests that some epigenetics may play a role in regulating our HP access which we talked about in episode fourteen so basically may influence. How sensitive are flight or fight response is under stress? So what happens is when we're feeling resilient on top of things good our fight or flight response may work absolutely beautifully but if our system is under stress which can be caused by external factors like financial strain Or internal factors like worrying. You know like certain behaviors or habits. We may innocently have But when our system is under stress epigenetics may kick our fight or flight system into higher gear a little faster than it would in someone else with the different genome but the great thing is there are genetic factors that positively influence the sensitivity of our HP Access Aka fight or flight response. So just some other factors that really like you can think of like enhance or late or you know. Increase resiliency with our fight or flight response. One factor is exercise. You know impacts this system. Positively nutritionally dense whole foods impacts this system positively human connection impacts the system positively A regular mindfulness practice can impact the system. Positively one of my favorite studies found you know just to go off. That is one of my favorites that he's in the world found that mindfulness practices. You know different. Mindfulness practices reduced on. Ibs symptoms in in study patients and and more importantly which shows sort of like the nature like a micro like a microcosm of the nature of epigenetics It also reduced these mindfulness. Various mindfulness practices also reduced expression of a gene associated with. Ibs Flare Up. So people were experiencing reduce symptoms and we were able to also see this in their genome so in short recent preliminary research suggests like there may be an EPI genetic factor here and also you know what we do know Have Known for little while there are so many EPI genetic factors that influence hauer fight or flight system behaves right like stress is one that can kind of tilted towards the unfavorable Paul. And there's so many other behaviors or habits that we can cultivate or have control over which is nice to know that. Can SORTA on nudge it back towards a more favorable place. Some right right right. I love that you keep learning things. Yano I'm like I told you Erica. Scientists forever yes mate just made it
Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla trailer shows off viking battles
"UBISOFT UNVEILS. Assassin's creed Valhalla. Yesterday ubisoft teased the next assassin's creed with a long stream from digital artist boss logic drawing what will undoubtedly be the games cover art in the stream ended with the reveal of the Games title. Assassin's creed Valhalla. And a promise that a cinematic trailer would premiere the following morning which it did the trailer follows. What appears to be a Viking leader doing various Viking. Things like smearing blood on his face sparing the lives of women children and playing with his kids while a narration. Voiceover says they are heartless godless barbarians. They murder and kill blindly. They scar the land of England lands. They will never defend never love. The time has come to speak to them. In a language they will understand and it is revealed that the narrator is king writing out a declaration of war against the Vikings from there. The trailer shows Vikings storming a beach and accepting a volley of flaming arrows as they enter into a large scale war with England the description for the game reveals that the Viking leader we have been watching his Ivar and we see him fighting and slaying and he throws his acts at some enemies but it does not return to his hand automatically which is disappointing and then a big scary extra tall night enters the fray at this point four sees a hooded man appear briefly next to a leafless tree. I for a moment thought maybe it was an assassin or the ghost of an assassin. But then I've or yells before getting totally walloped by the big night who will definitely have an excessive amount of HP when you actually fight him in the game. When all hope seems lost and Mr Big night with big strength and defense stats has his sword against ivars neck. I've or kills him with a wrist blade but the blade actually on the outside of the wrist as opposed to the inside game is coming holiday. Twenty twenty pending any delays related
Good News Stories in 3D Printing
"Good stories out there. We've got actually three things. That are adventurous. The first one and the ad they are Cova nineteen related. And that's kind of hard to get away from these days because it's what's happening in the world. It's all that's happening because we're all home doing nothing or hoping trying to work of so. The first story is about how Lamborghini is working with a company that makes ventilators and Lamborghini has put their HP multi jet to use to generate. What they call an an a an artificial lung or a lung simulator. Now I I looked at this and thought. Oh so. They're basically making an air pump for a ventilator. But that's not is it. No actually this is a piece of test equipment For A for a ventilator so if you have a new design ventilator or in the processing the manufacturing facility were you make ventilators you need to test them to make sure that they can produce you know a certain amount of of flow at a certain rate against the actual resistance of of a long and this is basically as a simulated long that allows them to To perform those tests. So I'm assuming that this is not something. They came up with on their own and decided that it would be clever for them to make that and and You know release it on the world. I'm assuming this is something that the manufacturer ventilator manufacturer ask foreign said that this was something that was Yohan an issue in in their supply chain that they needed more of these to be able to make and test more ventilators in the article. Which by the way is in three d? Printing Industry dated April Sixteenth. There's a photograph of what they're producing. And I gotTa admit like almost all new stories. When you study the photograph your little bit you can see that. The story was a little bit a little bit more hyperbole than it is real interesting news. Because if you look at the photograph you'll realize all that lamborghinis actually producing with HP MULTI. Jet Is the frame of this thing and the bellows you. Well you know that the multi jet did make it simply because you can see the seem. Yeah so are. We don't know where they get the bellows for this lung simulator from. But you know they didn't make it in their. Hp multi jet. There'd be no scene there if it was an HP multi jet unfortunately and then the story goes on to talk about how they're using Carbon dos technology to generate two hundred polycarbonate face shields a day and I found that also to be a little bit Hype he stuff. Because if you look at the photograph following that you see that they're actually producing like we all are those frames that get attached to your head and not the clear shield and I don't know about you but on seeing on TV. All the first responders risking their lives working to the bone in and out there every day. And what I'm seeing them wearing now are facials. That are attached to their masks. That their breathing masks. They're super inexpensive super flexible. Clear face shields. So there's no longer an essential need for these kind of headbands that we're seeing people producing for the most important people that are doing the work. There's a a way simpler approach that they're they're jumping at using right now so I am looking at both of these thing Atlanta. I think this was one of those hype. Hyperbole kind of things Gotcha see I don. I don't know that I kind of disagree with the the not need for For Fe Shields Because the the face shield where where you have the shield attached the top of the mask that that's a mad those have been around forever. That's been served standard hospital equipment and a lot of places but they may not have them. I agree but to use. Dos Technology carbon their carbon machine for this producing two hundred a day. Come on ABC. You're a couple of million a day right with yes there are. There are actually Injection moulding companies. That have gotten on this. Perhaps with Three D. PRINTED DIES. But they are injection molding these these things by the hundreds of thousands the in fact. I saw another article saying that. Now the the big problem in the supply chain. Is Ashley the plastic film that you see through exactly? That's my. They're having to to work on that. So yeah if you're if you're looking for somebody to three D print at home. I don't know that I would just set out and print a a huge number of these unless you have a call for them from your local hospital or local first responders and you have a established source for the film because otherwise you're just wasting your time wasting your film. I strongly strongly agree with
Travis Scott's first Fortnite concert was surreal and spectacular
"So old. Because I'm sure everybody who is like below twenty five heritage Travis. Scott had a concert in Fort Night. Did you hear about this in four-night yet in fortnight he had exhausted so base. Okay so you know what fortnight is. It is like a big video game interactive game thing and so he had to publicize it and everything so like and they had like five of them so that different people around the world watch it but at seven. Pm Eastern time. Let's just say he they if you logged into the game and we're just like in the game map you're just like hanging out. The whole game map changed and it became like a trippy acid trip kind of like seeing and it had a giant Travis. Scott like animated him like as a little video game. He's a huge and they don't have like a stage per se. They had this huge like almost like space art planet that was floating in the sky in the game and the whole map was the concert and they just played it along with the music and they basically just play detract. They played like four or five of his tracks as it was like fifteen minutes long. But it's just like you think of. It almost is like music video that you could swim around walk around and you online game so like different things happening so like when the Song Change. Sometimes you were swimming. And then he was like kind of floating and other times you're in space. And he had like astronaut outfit on and then other times he was like in the main map which is kind of like a big city and he's like stomping around and you can run up to him and stuff like that and like it was really well done. It looked really cool and I was like this is how people might you know experience concerts from now on. You live music. Who's just playing his track. He was just he was just playing it but clearly this was a very big effort from them to all these he wasn't like he was wrapping into phone or something. But Hey yeah that could be the next thing you know like. Yeah I thought maybe this is going to be something kind of like you know you're while you're there and there's like a concert stage and there's going to be a little. Avatar of him and that would have been fine. But that's like Kinda whatever right like you're you're essentially just kind of recreating shitty experience but this one is like this. He was huge and it was really artistic and it was like it took full advantage of all the technology. Yeah the game which was really cool and I was like. I mean we do not have the money of Travis Scott nor fortnight. So like there's no way we could do like a really cool comedy show. Where like we're huge in. It looks like you're taking shrooms and like listening tour jokes but very if you and I had the money and did like a fortnight takeover and Detroit do stand up those kids would like shoot us from fucking the ground they were taking. It would die and died so you can't do the show anymore but we page you a million dollars. Yeah sorry you know you're you know you're you're HP's too low. You know with the with the crossbow. So it was really cool. And I think I'm curious to see what's going to happen so you just kind of connecting with zoom thing. If we don't do zoom shows you know what else. What else can we do? You know. It's like? Yeah what else we got. What else we got not gonNA talk has
Is 3D printing ready to fill the gaps in COVID-19 medical equipment needs?
"There's a lot of hope that three. D. Printing and play a crucial role in creating medical supplies during the cove in nineteen crisis companies like Ford and. Hp Are Using Bear Three D. Printers to create masks nasal swabs for tests and Ventilator Parts University Research. Labs are doing the same as they try to ramp up creation of test kits and makers at home are using their own. Three D printers to create masks for themselves and others three. D. Printing is definitely a growing industry but because of a lack of regulation and supply chain issues around getting raw materials. It's an industry that might end up being more useful in the next big emergency then in this one. Avi Recall is an early pioneer of Three D. Printing and the founder and CEO of the investment and product development. Firm exponential works. He told me his company is trying to make critical medical supplies quickly. We've been working around the clock shifts to create the basic personal protective gear to work on three D knitting of and ninety five equivalent masks. We're working on creating the availability of nasal test swabs and the existing supply. Chains are just incapable of gearing up so quickly yet we three D. printing. We have the ability to digitally teleport power and within days were able to take designs that were source to the crowd and replicated across the world. What are the barriers you have to fabricate that for example in ninety five mask replacement from something right? Yes we are extending the Sourcing availability of raw materials and we are learning that the supply chain of raw materials. That is also being stressed. We will have to rethink how we look at. Fda regulatory compliance in the future because it will have to migrate back from device specific to process specific because of Three D. PRINTING. We have a distributed model. And how we think about regulating. Medical device will have to change yeah. Let's dig into some specifics here. Like what material are you using? You know where do you get it? And how do you get it? Certified we use a variety of materials. Some of them are thermoplastics which are already Regulated and approved. Some of them are fought of. Polymers are also regulated an approved but we don't know is a three d industry is who's actually converting the material into power. Where are they doing it? What process are they using? And are they operating in a regulated facility? That is either class one or class. Two registered and approved the if the or equivalent and there in lies the rub the very essence of distributed manufacturing in the fact that over seventy two hours. Roy able to spurlock all these. Tv In harness high schoolers and make 'em professional companies. All over the world is also highlighting the fact that we need a different kind of regulatory capability here which regulates the process and the manufacturing capability. Not necessarily the inputs and on putts right. So you're saying that that medical equipment not be certifiable because of how or where it was created precisely and I think that there is an opportunity here to think about how could we better regulates these kinds of activities in the future. We ought to think that in the future we should have three printers in our emergency preparedness stockpiles. Are you saying that although we can spool up some capability around printing? Pp The scale is not likely to make a huge debt. Because of these kinds of certification problems were really may be laying the groundwork for a future response precisely. What I'm saying is that now's the time to make three D. printing part of the next national emergency response. Avi Reckon tall is the founder and CEO of exponential
Meg Whitman, CEO of Quibi: Leadership in crisis is about getting down into the trenches.
"Question I wanNA start off with is weakened asked all of the time by people in our audience who are thinking about taking their next step in their career and they always ask us about how should they think about joining startup and ward. Should they consider when making that decision you joined Ebay what was relatively small at the time? Watergate things that you've thought of back then given what it later on became. Yeah well I was at Hasbro running the Preschool Division. Which was Barney Arthur teletubbies? My personal favorite Mr Potato Head and I got a call to go. There's no name. Startup called Ebay. We were barely on the Internet in Nineteen Ninety Eight. We're doing email so it was really you know completely new horizon. It's hard to imagine where we sit today and I have no to the haven't her? I said definitely not doing this. What do you call back later? That makes should really think about it. You're hooked for Ebay so I went out and met with hero media who was the founder twenty six years old time and at the end of the day. I went out there mostly because I didn't WanNa make the head hunter math and I got to San Francisco airport that night and I called my husband and I said we should do and some of the things that I would look for in. Consumer companies are is there a features and functionality benefits? If it'll allow you to do something you couldn't do before so like in my proctor and gamble days later why's cleaner fresher breath And do doesn't is there an emotional connection and if you have both of those a consumer product Bingo? Pm? Many are told me that people have met their best friends on Ebay and they were deeply connected to this website. And so I saw something that is very unique you know and then I always look for. Who's the founder or the CEO who is on board of directors? How well is the company funded? What is the consumer need that this new idea is delivering and it can be a B. Two B. Customer or the customer? But I always go to seamer going to think about this. You know in the end you jump into the abyss honestly and you have to ask yourself. What's the worst thing that lettuce like one of the craziest things that happened or something when you look back at those early days and Ebay they were like oh I did not think we are going to get through this well? I'll tell you one funny story in the recruiting process. And then I'll tell you the thing I worked wasn't sure we'd get through so when I went out to interview with Pierre and was super glad because I got to this office building and there was a receptionist and for some reason the fact that they had a receptionist to seem like it legitimized the country. Nothing I was very relieved my first day at work. I go in and where the the receptionist she used to sit. There was never sections. There was no desk. Don't make sure no receptionists. Go about my day and I sit down. I'M GONNA cube next year about. Halfway through the day I said appear what happened to the receptionist. They looked at me and he said Oh. We hired her for the day because we were pretty sure that we had a receptionist. He wouldn't think we were like big enough for legitimate enough to come work for and say well how right you were so the biggest thing that happened at Ebay that I wasn't sure we would recover from is on June tenth nineteen ninety nine. We had a twenty two hour outage for twenty two hours. You could not get to the website. Think about this. We had all these fires all these sellers. Nothing could happen. The CNN truck was parked outside of Ebay. Wanting hourly updates on the status report was it was the most frightening thing I've ever seen because we really did not know what had happened as it turned out. We have corrupted the entire back end database and took us twenty two hours to read about two hours before we brought the site backup. I looked at here and I said well. We can't bring this back up and he said don't worry right about now. Db database administrator will come running in here and they'll tell us what they found and that they're about to bring back up and I looked up here. Yeah okay. That's wishful thinking literally as if on cue about ten minutes later a DB Guinness Okay. Site is coming up. I mean obviously. That's hugely stressful. And an example. That's clearly marked in your memory. What are you like in a stressful situation? How do you react when stressed? Yeah I dive in really deep because I think leadership in crisis is about getting down into the trenches by actually slept at Ebay for over a month. Wait what yeah my system to get cops. You slept at Ebay for a month. Yes because I was sort of just have to be there like port of leadership. I was not a very deep technology executive at the time. I'm much deeper from a technology perspective today and so the only thing I could do was to be by being there lead by taking the temperature of the engineers leave by making sure all of our partners. Cisco OR VERA sign or Sun Microsystems. Were all on board to help us and so I figured that I really just couldn't leave. Because the thing was so unstable. We had a girl confrontations conference room and we use the bathrooms so when I'm fascinated by is obviously this was over twenty years ago. Workplaces look very different today. Era Trying to look different today. There's a huge movement around wellness and avoiding burnout in protecting employees from. Burn out when you look back at those days and the decision to sleep there. Would you make the same decision today? Absolutely one hundred percent because you know when there's and this was truly a crisis this was not just like sort of something that happened. This was really a crisis I mean the future of the company was at stake air and you know people have different leadership styles from my leadership style. It was absolutely the only thing to do. He considers no substitute for being there to say the truth is on the whole face. It's not at headquarters and the call was are not our network operation center and so to be there with the engineers talking to the vendors and partners just made all the difference. You know. We're interviewing you right now in a crazy time in our world where nobody is in the office now and leaders in you know us. Included are trying to figure out how to be strong. Ceo's how to be strong managers and how to show leadership them curious like you. Are you know in new leadership role at a new company However you being there. How are you showing that you're digging in? You can't physically be there. I feel like I live on zoom and we do too and I'm trying to drop into meeting. So my management style in the workplace is by walking around. I mean especially with a company of two hundred and fifty people like you know everybody above ground. See People go up to their desk. See what's happening so now. I'm dropping into meetings that I'm not actually necessarily invited to per se. Sometimes I just listened this Friday. We're doing it a company meeting on slack Which we have planned. I had breakfast with Nag which I did once a week. Which literally was breakfast with Mac? So we're still doing breakfast with meg only as coffee with MEG. And Its bring your own so we're just kind of keeping up some of those things I just got off the slack chat with women in the workplace at pretty and You know just spend half an hour answering questions from our women employees which by the way about fifty one percent of our companies. When you mentioned earlier that you become a much more technically proficient leader curly and I do not have a tech background. We certainly understand what it's like to check in with engineers and show up and show support without necessarily knowing the INS and outs of what they're talking about. How did you start to dive in to that skill set? I think for a lot of people. It can be intimidating but doing it. I mean honestly. There was no substitute for being there when the website went down. I mean just by sitting there listening to what they're talking about asking questions understanding what's happening understanding you know. Actually what a back. End Database actually does and what is corrupted what happens so it was really being there and asking questions. I think those of us who do not have a technology background you just have to ask questions and interestingly when I first started asking questions I thought they're just going to think I'm not smart. Or what the heck am I doing here if I if I add value from a tech perspective and in a funny way but I've found. Is that engineer? Plug to tell you about what they're doing and so. I just learnt by asking questions by doing it was completely on the job training for those ten years and then a different kind of tech at. Hp is that is that was big. Iron servers storage networking. Pretend trying new. Nothing about And so I just out below questions you obviously. Dramatically changed the trajectory ebay. Under your tenure. It became an enormous team generated. Billions of dollars in revenue. When you think back to what that did for you and we're going to dig into the next parts of your career. What do you think your core skill set is? What are you best at? People have sort of a core competency I think at my core I am a strategist and a market and probably on a strategist because my really my first job after Fangio was banned so I was trained in cost customers. Competitor Sustainable Competitive Advantage financial architecture. And so I think my core competency is probably strategy and I have a belief that if you had to rate strategy and less than perfect execution he'll be okay. If you have the wrong strategy and perfect execution you will not be okay and so I think that's probably my first company. See my second is from my training at PNG. Probably is marketing. Just been a marketer. You know almost sort of as a domain expert my whole life
Success While Flying a Desk at Home
"Let's get into flight simulation so I have a question for you. First and foremost do you want to have infinite meaningful practice that can help most aspects of your flying during this time while you're at home a bit of a rhetorical question of course you would love to have that infinite meaningful practice while you're at home who wouldn't want that in simulation can open up that door for you so the goal through this process of perhaps implementing flight simulation into your at home study. You're at home. Time right now is to build a simple ineffective home simulator. I'm also going to talk about some ways that you can use that home simulator Q. Keep your skills going to refresh you build skills even which is a little bit tricky without an instructor onboard but there still are ways. So let's talk through that a little bit. I think the biggest thing that people have a question about first and foremost is gear. What do you actually need to have a flight simulator to make a flight simulator happen so I'm going to get through that a little bit? Now you can go to my website. Angle OF ATTACK DOT com go to the blog area. And you'll see this particular episode there and I'll also put it on the Youtube episode of the links to some of this gear that I'm recommending and then you can go there and perhaps purchase some of these things. Okay so this is a place that you can go and get started. This is really more of a gift. Started thought for those of you that haven't even Built a simulator yet. I WanNa keep it really simple. I don't think you need to go crazy. I'm talking about low cost high effective Or High Efficiency Simulator. That we can just get right now. Set up some controls and get going so first and foremost you need a simple gaming computer. That term gaining is really important because the video card and some of the other hardware that you need to run. The simulator is more in line with a gaming computer than it is any other type of computer so there are some affordable options out there. You can get some laptops and desktops that are already built You can get them on Amazon. He can get them from. Dell and HP that are fairly affordable reason. Why I start there and just say that you can get them basically off. The shelf is because I feel like most of you pilots aren't going to want to go out there and become these ultra nerdy fight. Simmers that Bill the cockpit in their spare bedroom. I know that you want to get something off the shelf and get started right away in. So that's more the direction. This goes a gaming computer helps. Do that can be a laptop or a desktop. You may already have something like that that works and that's going to be what you're looking for overall. I'd like to keep the cost of all of this below a thousand dollars and I'm talking like the computer. The peripherals and controls was trying to keep everything under a thousand dollars For the entire setup okay is definitely possible you can go above and beyond that. I have a simulator here in my office. That is very very nice That is more in the three thousand dollar range but it is way too nice for the average consumer. I mean this is more of like a show piece for the material that I create Then it is something just to practice at home in half proficiency so ah gaming laptop or desktop then we get into the flight controls. There are many options out there where you buy them. They literally connect up with. Usb They clamp on your desk and and they just plugged right into the simulator essentially the simulator detects those. And then you can get flying right away you can go into the simulator. Pick your airplane and essentially the controls will work. Sometimes there's a little bit of a calibration thing you have to go through but that's fairly straightforward the for the most part these flight controls are plug and play now. I think that you should get all three flight controls if you possibly can talking yoke throttle and pedals. This isn't investment for the future as well where even when we're outside of this pandemic time you can You can use these flight controls for your continued proficiency. So you're going to be talking in the three hundred to four hundred dollar range at the bottom end and you could even go above that if you want to invest in even nicer flight controls. I actually use the cheaper stuff. I think it works just fine. I don't feel like I need Realistic controls like having the airplane because an airplane as an airplane a simulator simulator. And I'd rather you know use that money more effectively somewhere else so they have really nice yolks. You can get recommend one of those again in the description on the blog Rudder pedals are very helpful because I think as a pilot need to connect your mind your feet. So let's not forget about those rudder pedals Somewhat eating suggests that if you have to just use a joystick with the rudder on there and everything else throttle on there that can work to. I don't think that's the end of the world if you just get a joystick. That's that's just fine. I can even recommend one again in the description but I do think that investing in a yoke throttle pedals For those of you that are Are Flying Fixed wing airplanes for training purposes Which is going to be most of you that. That's that's going to be your best setup. The fight controls. I like their logitech. They have both a yoke and a throttle that come in the same package. And then you buy the pedals separately again. You'll see that link the simulator self so the software Mac or PC can run plane. I actually prefer x plane right now because it looks really good just outside the ball out of the box like you loaded up and everything looks nice. And it runs really well Multi types of computers there with Mac and PC and they have just everything you need right out of the box. If you WANNA get crazy and going by a third party airplane then you can do that by going to Going to some of these other software developers that Creator planes that you can install into explain? So there's that whole side market we're not GONNA get too much into but it is interesting that your particular airplane you can get a a model for it and and basically fly what you're flying now in explain so explain is a really good one. Nasa when I recommend right now there is a new one coming out from Microsoft soon is not out yet. I don't know if it's going to be the end of this year with us out. It does look really nice. That's all I really know about it. and then there is prepared. Which is Lockheed Martin? Lockheed Martin actually bought the former rights to the the previous Microsoft simulator and all of its code and they built on top of that they've made a nice simulator but I don't feel it really looks that great and operates that great right outside the box. I X plane is a much better out of the box package And that's definitely the way to go all right so you set up your simulator. You've got a desktop or laptop whether you purchase it or already had one those kind of gaming machine you've got your flight controls you plug those in you. You downloaded the simulator. You can just get get it as a download and you've install it on your machine. So now what? How do you actually work on this in At your home. What should you work on? So one of the biggest things that simulator have an advantage on is instrument work so obviously just being of the stay right there. The instruments that come with the airplane that comes in the simulator and manipulating. The controls is very very helpful for instrument. You can set up the weather and so it's IMC outside the airplane. That will always always always be an effective tool with the simulator that you have purchased so instrument is a fantastic thing to do And a good way to keep proficiency even if legally you can't log the time on your home simulator. It keeps you proficient in that. Craft all right but getting outside the box of instrument. Because I think it's pretty clear to most pilots that a home simulator would be good for that in good for that long term thinking about using this for everything Or every type of flying with things like emergency procedure. So how long has it been since four your airplane? You've taken those emergency procedures and you've really memorized them. So that if something were to come up. You don't even need to look at the checklist. You can just run through those emergency checklists as a memory item. Make sure you've done everything you can. And then you move to the checklist. This is a really good time to get stuff like that down to practice practice practice. You can even simulate engine. Fires you can simulate an engine out and you could ride the airplane all the way down to your your landing spot of choice your best lining spot of choice and that is something that you can't replicate in real airplane so using simulators for Maybe some Reality or virtual reality based things that That they're good at is is pretty
The Coronavirus Conspiracy? Truth and Myths with Dr. Ala Stanford, MD
"Love them. This is a very special edition of on wide with Angela. Rye I have the great privilege of introducing to some of you in reintroducing U. Two others and dismiss that out but what I'm saying Dr Alasdair burglarizing Haxhi physician and surgeon or more than twenty years. She is board certified by the American would have surgery in most pediatric and adult. General Surgery is women's history. Months are would be remiss if I did also notes that she was the first black woman to complete general surgery training at the University of Pittsburgh for her research in both basic science. Clinical Research in also public health has been published in peer reviewed medical journals. She serves as a medical consultant and correspondent. They start healthcare advocate for so many. And why end mother? Thank you so much for joining us today. Dr Ella you in her hands are so sorry. All right so I wanted to do that. I know you know very well and that is before you get started with the patient you wash your hands and since clearly so many of us don't know how to do that. Show his house. So we'RE GONNA turn one water though on with some so the actor who in Armenian ladder the ladder is. You're getting all your finger. You're getting under the your nail and monkeys will say eighty eight songs In your land rain bad for them usually not wearing a rain either. B-actor bars can be bought in your jewelry at rent. Ricky and I bribed mine in thoroughly it there. You can also transmit actor in Mars. Inside legally or ends is sometimes apper Or NOT NEAR. So war can use apple You're clean burs. It's Issue in greater than sixty percent alcohol Eddie. She gave her front in your in in weight or early bride when it diverts most protection Admires her fate. Were thank you very much. Thank now we're ready to go. Dr Ready to start first feature false. I know this is a very serious subject matter so I'm not making light of it but I think the way that we process information. These days is in quick bites. I rather Quick by done to. We're talking to people in ways that they can understand. I want to start your tour. All Cove in nineteen is the same thing as the Kerala virus ninety is the same bay acid lumbar or see is for Arouna. I'm from the buys. Brown and finds all run is or fires in the the is disease. So Ground Myers in nineteen thirty year. It will be nice is okay and then in eighth grade and so the next at shoe or cost Sherpas Cova nineteen was started by consuming bat or frog suit in Wuhan China so a boss or you know get numbers that Arnie is originally from. Okay a thought now I actually others in ager man is at Brown back to hang around which is a mammal ent- year and for Matt was transferred to Houston where it resume at Napa slacks natural place on the later dean at it out. Ninety five percent of course is this mail and then in a hose if so injury binds our sappers as in. As Roma's after that that's how it's mutating ended so susceptible affirmative close or a grown man. He true romance but lightly bands. Wow okay the next one is our falls. Warmer weather can kill the virus so the Kerala virus will go away once Spring and summer come. Awesome writing and explaining our okay. Here's what you're one is driving me. Nuts black folks can get back Rona about back that off off off. But you know we're at our as Arab Americans in our relationships with our healthcare system had not always been off in there. Were chairman there were three of the HP b-cell there were so many days in times. You're tested the tested as lack of trust historic president. The accents that he received offers end is not sub and it doesn't matter At nonsenses Iger these one affluent on or only a is added. Eric Liver is it not is Madison as not guess world a bill is not learning. Its not strangely year. Widens because of the lack of trust fund from sort in present-day Practices Chandler. We can yet. I'm telling you add NAPN narrative. I practicing all listening in other than by Hindu to prevent myself in my family. Am I doing this lead in Dr a more to come on his arm hypochondriac any tissue? I'm running against tissue. Okay tissue sitting here. Wake up a belief in their way. No this that there. Beautiful Up Yours you okay. Here's the next. I'm not biased or anything. But sure off the governor of New York Andrew. Cuomo is he handling this crisis better than Y'all President Donald. J trump age Governor Cuomo is leading by symbol. Yeah and when there are nine lead as accurate Eagle in New Year. He has do you know what I mean. Look you like I have never experienced. Remember the actor about a law. Say That so the fourth largest in the United States is inner twenty million people. Nine know that is buyers Gates Fred. It's clinically in dense conway's New York City. You can't walk down the street without someone and so forth so I think that they're acting east so will lead also protect spread neighboring state. Jerry Nadler is your lab.
HOW TO BUILD A GREAT TEAM OF SALES PEOPLE AND CLOSE LARGE DEALS
"A great welcome to the show Sweden started. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Thanks thanks for having me. Brian van of the show. Listening to your podcasts. Both through as well as the B. Two B. Revenue podcasts. Quite a bit so appreciate you having me So you know. I'm I'm Greg Anderson. Thirteen years in sales. I think it'd be a rarity at the exact same company so I mentioned the company I started with a out of college company called target started in Boston so now thirteen years. Four offices in three continents Started out as essentially what you'd think of as an inside sales rep calling sue local vars resellers to sell our marketing services and solutions so as a business essentially what we do is we work with Enterprise it organizations and help to connect them with buyers through publishing company and have since evolved in Suwa Tech Company with with intent data so started out work with a lot of those small Vars resellers. Some two to three man shop. Some larger ones Eventually showed that I think I you know I have the chops to work with. Large organizations was asked to move out to San Francisco early twenties to take on some part global accounts like Cisco and Intel and odd Dell and. Hp said work with those really large organizations in complex sales in the next step. I was eventually asked to move out. Sue Our Singapore office to to build up our sales team across Asia Pacific. So I did that in two thousand fourteen in now. I am calling you in from on new from Sydney where I now reside side moved down here to our Australia office. I look after our sales team across all of Asia Pacific with offices in Australia Singapore as well as India. Well I guess you must like to travel. I have to kind of just kind of get used to. Yeah just in the last two weeks. I was up in Singapore per week and then over in our Bangalore Office ROIC so yeah travel quite a bit when I was in the. Us is a rapid with every single. Week I was on a plane who different city on spending time with a lot of customers. But you do have to learn to love to travel. Learn to learn to be able to work on the road. You'RE IN DIFFERENT HOTEL. Rooms in cities and towns waking up. Not Knowing where you are but you've always got your laptop and Internet connections giving stop. Yeah that's it. I always remember because I traveled a lot to that that first moment when you wake up and you look at the phone to see what city your time zones in. Its the greatest things that ever happened with the smartphone automatically change in time zones so it was always right for you. Have to look at the clock in the hotel room anymore to figure out what you need to set your watch to when. I remember one day or several times waking up on the plane not knowing where I was going just just for a minute. Where you're like okay monoplane. Oh you wake up here that little thing. I think the the the biggest week of travel I ever had. I was in our San Francisco office and I had a number of meetings. So this head You know working with HP and Cisco in a Lotta those large organizations but also with their ad agencies so we supported all their sales and marketing campaigns. So there's agencies in Chicago in the York in there was also sales floors in places like Arkansas. So I hit a trip where it was from San Francisco to Boston. Boston to New York New York. Arkansas Arkansas Dallas Dallas to Houston Houston to Boulder Boulder's San Francisco. That was one day in each city. Seven Day whirlwinds around the US in by end of it you know you definitely don't know where you are what time zone it is. Does it have to but you know. That's it's it's fun to be able to do that for a while now. You have an interesting career how to check the same company but you know going up. Every time is that what's kept you there or did you just find a perfect match for your personality your style. I think it's a little bit of both. I really enjoy the work that we do from our leadership team. Who's been around if you actually take a look at some of the some of the folks who are at the top of organization. Those people have been here ten to fifteen plus years. It's IT'S A. It's a great culture. It's a great business But it's always evolving so you know we started out as I mentioned his publishing company where we create content for it buyers to make smarter decisions. So I saw that you were at data power. That was Lybian and so people that were looking at. Api software for example would come to our sites evaluate vendors. Better understands you know ave can secure integrations and whatnot And that's how we started just reading on those folks in that it. Continuously evolved to smarter marketing services now in dense intent data services where we've moved from strictly talking marketing folks and our talk to sales leader is an inside sales organizations so the company itself has changed. I think in changing roles and changing cities. It always feels like a new job. It always feels like a new challenge so for anybody listening and considering relocating I I. I couldn't I could encourage you to do that more. I think it's really refreshing to do that. I'd say the last bit in in being in Marketing Services and software where we don't go in and sell a product and move on to a new customer. We sell a product to a customer. We stick with them for us. referenced. Ibm where you were. You know. They've been a big customer for a long time and we have teams dedicated to going in and talking to the marketing teams in sales teams on daily weekly monthly quarterly basis. So we get to learn the INS and outs of a lot of the you know the largest most profitable interesting organizations from companies like IBM to some of the small startups so Dana. Day Out. We're spending time with some of the smartest exonerated at companies open. The sales and marketing fronts get really interesting exposure to other organizations so it's a real combination of our culture shift in our products but also just exposure to always changing landscape of tech. It's really interesting. And so now you manage a team or you're building a team or both both so a manager containment we're continuing to build a team so We have a team here in Sydney a team in Singapore in a team in India as well so a couple of different layers from From got our inside sales team. We've got our account executives out there. Hunting with enterprise account managers that are managing a smaller territories. It's a twenty accounts so it's been it's been a very interesting shift going from sales rep to leading a team. Not only leading team Us leading team across three different countries in multiple geographies multiple culture. Cultures is well which has been. It's been eye-opening it's been a real you know. I think really valuable journey to be able to come out here to understand how things work immediately outside of the US. Where I know that a lot of folks in North America a very North America centric perspective that you will. Everybody's got a very central. I've worked for people from all over the country and they tend to assume that the whole world is the way is in their their homebase yet. Yeah yeah so I you know. I one of the one of the first meetings that I had here I recall. I came down and I met with With Dell a whole Marketing Organization Cross Australians. I was young. Would I moved out. Here it's twenty eight as real confident. Now that I've not seen business North America in terms of running all these global marketing teams selling all these companies. So I teach these guys a lot of things that went into the meeting and I think my opening was well. You know I worked with your team in North America and I've a lot of learnings to bring there. I was like well. I just got reminded that this is in North America. Commerical spot another that. It's GONNA necessarily matter to us. It was he was right. He was very Markets Sizes Different Cultures Awesome. I'm definitely taken step back saying. Hey I can teach you something because I come from the US in changing around so you know. Teach me what you need and I'll figure out a way to make happen
Researchers Develop Hybrid Living Materials Using Inkjet 3D Printing
"The title of the Article. That is really worthy of discussion. It's researchers develop hybrid living materials using inches three D. printing. This is. This is pretty amazing stuff. Well I got admit when I first looked at this I thought more hype here we go hyperbole for three. D. and this is coming out of the what is the mediated matter group at. Mit So They're not known for over hyping their stuff. I realized that when I started looking at the article the first sentence says where it's from and all three locations are worthy of at least a little bit of attention if not all of your focus so I went and I read the article and I watched the video and I got it at. There was a wild there while I'm listening where I'm kind of like well. No I don't see how this is realistic. And then the the researcher I guess it was Oxman on. Mit starts rolling off her ton. All these different use cases that she saw as possible going there no now and then she hit one that sparked my imagination and I have to admit it You could use the the setup and by the way this setup uses what looks like. Hp multi jet leased seems like that or something similar technology. It looks like it where they do. A multi materials in one of the things within the multi materials up there mixing as they as they print contains a chemical. It makes sense based upon our discussion with the folks at HP. Were they spray on agents which are then used with reactions with? I are light infrared light. It makes sense. You could use an an additional agent in that spray to provide a chemical within the material itself that reacts with something else wants it comes into contact with the surface of the finished object. So I think that's what they're doing. It looks like at the machine that they show in the video. Looks like an HP multi jet. Although I'm not sure. And it the the the kate the use case that this researcher describes seem to me to have extremely interesting applications. Where you use the multi jet or the use a three D. Printer to produce containers that hold organic material like say food And when that food turns you can use something within the material. That creates the the containment that would change its color so if the food is no good anymore or it's it's you know for something's wrong with it. You get extreme visual indication of that just by looking at the packaging that's just one application and then I started thinking. Yeah I can think of quite a bit more and then when you remember the foot with the folks at HP told us that the multi systems are being marketed explicitly for manufacturing and production and not low quantity production but full high value and low value high quantity production. Now I see interesting. Applications here Could be very useful. Yeah it it seems very interesting kind of abroad. New Field of of Of A technology of being able to imbed living microbiological organisms in a three D. printed product. As well as Chemical Messengers to turn them on. And even think about you. Think about like Insulin for instance right. Oh yes made in in a A back new genetically modified bacterium cell culture. That's that's produces insulin for commercial application and What if you could have that living in some wearable object that was somehow able to censor be triggered to produce? You know this product for you. There's a lot of stuff that and the stuff that they're talking about is not pie in the sky. It's night as not hype. It's believable for once. I'm reading one of these out there. Research articles and I'm like no that that has real down to earth applications that we can see in the near future and and of course the other question is you're talking about having food. Wrap that shows you when your food is spoiled. But why let your food spoil it all once you once you start sensing the the metabolic byproducts of the bacteria growing in the food. Just turn on some antibiotics food would last forever. Then you have that you have to have antibiotics in your food. I don't want I don't either.
Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch has 'pretty substantial role' in upcoming season of 'Westworld'
"Hp's Oh that's marshawn lynch heading to HBO. He is going to be in Westworld. That's right former. Running back is now an actor. Wes World premiered Thursday in the trailer. The trailer premier Thursday. I should say in the trailer seahawks. Running back was the in the scene. We don't know yet how big his role will be but HBO has said that it will be a fun and pretty substantial role so we get more beast mode just in a different
In It for the Long Haul
"Your hustle and all the other radio topiary shows are producing episodes on a trucking related theme. The long haul and this is ours. You know what night over the road kind of reminds me of us. Everyone knew about prison but they didn't know what life was really like. Oh that's true. And we all see those trucks on the highway. But God knows what daily life entails. Wait a minute get it. I'm sorry but it's a Little Cup your coochie and then it has a little spout in the up through it but if you really bad the pressure would just go all over the place. And so I actually don't even use it. It's for when you have a really low stream you WanNa just take your time is slowly but can you. Can you use it while you're driving or you have to pull over? You'd have to pull over. Yeah there there you just get. Pow's yeah but no. I I never have a problem all right enough of that. Eric told us she's been driving for about three years and she drives. What's called a day cab? So there's no sleeping compartment and she doesn't do long hauls like Paul and that's not because she's on parole in can't cross state lines no. She's not on parole at all. The reason she doesn't do long-haul is because she has cats and bring a lot a lot of it as she doesn't want to leave him alone for too long right. Erika Toda set aside from the fact that it takes her away from her cats. She loves almost everything else about the job. There's the freedom. The fact that driving a truck takes all of her energy and focus. She likes it. There's a Lotta multitasking. Although sometimes she says she sees people doing a questionable types of multi tasking. I saw one guy looking through the pages of a Playboy magazine. Once that was weird I was going to take a picture and when he saw that I was looking at him. I had to pretend like I was like while he was driving. His Dome Light was on and he was traveling right next to me and he was just flipping through pictures of naked girls. And I'm like wow. There is one thing she really does not like about. The job is not the job exactly is some of the other truckers male truckers would. I don't like this very insulting is when other truck drivers. See me coming out of the cab and they asked me. If I'm driving an automatic. Why would it be automatic? Why do you think I can't shift think I I can't float my gears? That's weird and you might have guessed. Eric doesn't look like a stereotypical truckdriver. Look like I realized. I'm becky myself into a corner and you know what I am. Definitely someone who needs to listen to over the road because is actually going to inform me moonwalking. So what I'm going to say is that to my present mind. She doesn't look like a stereotypical truckdriver she superfit. She's pretty and she pays a lot of attention to look Erica. She's a bee's she's not to be fucked with me. Spent twenty years in the Peon and actually back before she got in trouble with the law. She wanted to beat a law. That's right she wanted to be a cop a constable on patrol now while she's out driving it's like she's part of the highway patrol. I'm on the phone to the cops all the time. I see crazy shit. What do you mean? You're the cops all the time? There's crazy stuff going on the freeway all the time like Ali driving and then there's a ladder I call the cops on like I am number two lane Northbound eight eighty. There is a ladder and and I don't know who dropped it and then a few minutes later I'll call back like didn't you just call me. I said Yeah. But there's a mattress on the freeway. Now I didn't know that people called that's that's all day long. What number do you cautious when one or the regular CHP number CHP is the acronym for California Highway Patrol? I didn't know that's how they got if I call nine one one and and it doesn't connect me to see hp than the the operator disconnects me see HP. I've only stopped one time. But that's because there was somebody in the in the fast lane trying to make people stop and they were waving their arms and they were standing in the Fast Lane. They got into an accident in their car was up against the side Wall Medium. Call Nine one one and I rolled the window down and I started screaming at the person. Getting your car getting your car. Now get off the freeway and then the person who is waving heard it was my voice and she was a teenager and she had been drinking and her face was split open and she was trying to get people on the freeway to stop in the Fast Lane. And so I'm looking at this girl bitch. You're about to die. She didn't die because Erica. Was there on the phone with the. Chp Erica told. She sees a lot of scary shit out there while she's driving around and she also had a few close calls borough one day. She was getting off the freeway and her brakes failed. I felt like I just had to do what the hell do. Keep from killing anybody. I was Coming Downhill on Airport Boulevard in Stockton and I lost my breaks all the way to the floor. It was just absolutely nothing. I couldn't change gears because my RPM's for just so high. I my my gear. Shift was locked in. I was just driving right into the intersection and my light turned red and their light turned green and nobody could see that. I was having a problem and the cars started going in the car right in front of me. It was just enough to where I made a left in a whipped around him may like a C- like ch and then and then I jack knifed to stop and I destroyed a trailer because I was carrying doubles and there were tomatoes and and I completely demolished the light signal box. But I couldn't stop.
Product Managers for the Digital World
"Product managers for the digital world the role the product managers expanding due to the growing importance of data. It decision making in increase in customer in design focus in the evolution of software development methodologies like Agile according to Mackenzie and company Mackenzie says has product. Managers are the glue that binds the many functions that touch a product engineering design customer success sales marketing operations finance legal and more. They not only own decisions about what gets built but also influence every aspect of how it gets built and an launched. They wear many hats using a broad range of knowledge to make trade off decisions and bring together cross. Functional teams ensuring alignment between diverse for what's more product management is emerging as the new training ground for future tech. CEO's and now as companies from outside outside the digital world go through the digital transformation. They need product managers to get the product right also but Kenzi argues the product manager thinks like a CEO. But there's a problem there. Unlike procter and gamble's brand manager whose model HP copied to create today's product manager the brand manager at P. and G. had budget authority. They paid for the market research that is needed and for the advertising. So it's hard to think like a CEO when a product manager does not have control of the budget. That is why I argue elsewhere in this book that the product manager should have budget the thirty over marketing and market research. Data's becoming even more critical and enables the product manager to monitor a product success across crossing gauge moment really conversion usage and more product management is also becoming more agile planning for the next feature release and and long term product. Roadmap Mackenzie writes. The products are becoming more complex. Thus making the product management role. More difficult customers are looking for new features frequent improvements and upgrades after purchase product. Bundles are happening different. Pricing Tiers Dynamic Hamic pricing upsell opportunities in pricing strategies plus identifying in owning key partnerships. But Kenzi says there are three three types of product managers technologists generalists and business oriented based on their interviews. In my experience I agree. The technologists type of product manager has to be involved in back in platforms or highly beat Abi Products. In my opinion they tend to lean towards being the products architect act. The generalist is more customer focused. The business oriented product manager tends towards BTC products as the digital transformation accelerates rates reliance on data analytics become increasingly more important. Add to that. The fifteen perfect storm technologies discussed elsewhere in this book. These technologies will produce a lot of data figuring out what it all means also challenged product managers product. Managers of the future will apply. I machine learning and art official intelligence to understand the data gathered. Mackenzie the says the future product managers must have a computer science foundation design while this is true for some products overall. I think it is wrong. If the time and the effort of a product manager is pulled into the direction of architecture and design nine. Who's going to do the other thirty two things that must be done in the product market strategy for products
"hp" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"But the goal is to for these things to be much better than your typical business class quad core Pentium Pentium core. I five whatever. I mean. It's and but the goal here is again with the thermals of the big deal for them. Right. Cool. That's smart move. HP is not being left behind either new HP computers. Right. Yeah. I mean, nothing like new from a kind of computer perspective, but their mid-level elite books taking a lot of the cues from the high end stuff and bring it out of the mid market, which I think is always cools that's kind of the sweet spot, and then they updated there's e book part of workstations, which thin light cetera et cetera. The thing that they announced this because most interesting to me as a thirty two inch. It's a cute. It's so it's like what do you call that like fourteen forty peanuts. It's not a USD but gorgeous gorgeous, monitor one of the big issues. I have with HP stuff like I'm using HP all in one right now. But I have to put it on a Kensington STAN because they don't do enough vertical adjustment. And so they finally figured this. They a lot of the displays do have this. But this this new display does have the ones. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You can't really see it in this picture the display, but that thing goes up and down. So you can adjust to whatever is not just all to stand on display. Yeah. Yeah. HP's make I think. Yeah. I love their laptops. Mary Joe does too. Quick check. Have you bought one yet? Testing out. In fact, I brought it to the event today. The HP what is this called a leap book book at ten thirty is a call extra..
"hp" Discussed on Computer Talk with TAB
"Because if you're not prepared to know what a bias update is. And you kill that thing during the bias update. You can you know, lobotomize your computer? That. I mean, one thing one thing I do know for one thing two things I know for certain about computers, don't mess with the bios. Right. They away from the registry. Okay. Those are good rules of thumb in this case HP felt strongly that they wanted to update your bias. Because there must be something wrong with something within it that needs to be corrected. You know, maybe you're you're you're speakers don't work the way, they should or your microphones not working the way, it should or video drivers causing trouble for other people, and they felt strongly enough that they should update it across the entire basis system. So user vibe game. So you have. So you said to me. The computer ship is held down. Okay. Now what? Yeah. And then back up and all this on the screen is bios update. And I guess about half it started running and then again through it blinked really quickness that do not turn off the machine only in the IT world. You know mentioned if your lawnmower did that, oh, you're snowblower. And you're in the middle of blown snow in and says, I'm sorry. I'm going to do it. By update, I'm showing that right now and you'll take thirty minutes, and you can sit stand here in the freezing cold as I update my bias, only in the IT world are says it aloud that you can just kill somebody's productivity in the middle of doing something. You know? I gotta update now. It's just ridiculous. You know? So there's nothing I guess just really isn't out of the ordinary that it's not on the ordinary. You can work with the device utility. You can go into the configuration again, there's like HP health system tool. You can probably go into that. And tell it not to do those things you can check check that. So if you wanted to mess around a killing in the name of it right now top of my head, Bob. You know, what I'm talking about next year? It's HP support assistant on mine is what it's called and within the HP support assistant, you can manage those types of things it'll show you your devices, and it'll tell you like in my case on my laptop right now, I have nine updates that HP wants to shove down my computer's throat, and I can manage those device those updates as I wish so most likely in your configuration, you said let HP manage it for me. And that's what it did. That makes sense. Like right now, my HP notebook system bias update as a big exclamation point recommended. Right. It's not I'm not checking it off. And I have a lot to do it. Because I've said it to make sure that I can control when these things occur. So I've got nine. All right. So look at the HP support assistant and then go into that. And modify how it controls your system. I have that. And when I'm in the middle of doing something pops up and says we want rebuilt, you're right. It's the only thing if your lawnmower did that, you know, you'd be screaming. So all right, Paul. So do you have one of those Samsung refrigerators that allows you to do refriger- dating? Did you is that one of your things baller? Just read about it. No. I didn't know I just read about it was more of your your crews and Facebook or something or other. Just how does it you? Gotta be kidding me. China. And I mean, this this refrigerator is designed for pretty technologically ask you, but basically bring that shoe because you can set it up to monitor what is in your refrigerator and freezer. You can set your grocery lists on it. And now, it starts to make sense because you you giving it more and more input data. You know? Okay. I can hook up with tender, and we could find you a date. It's pretty cool. So you just defend this this technology. So I think you guys have listened to the show long enough to know that I don't cook. Really well and as far as going shopping, well, both thank both of us. Don't so we really are not good at cooking or eating or shopping..
"hp" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Trap. I know I know. Even if you give away the operating system for free, you can still make money on an operating system or on any kind of software. Right. The way you do it is you of give customers a guarantee about the operating system. You like, hey, if something fails, if you put our applications are your applications on this, and we're backing it, and it fails, we're we're the one throat to choke as people always liked to say, right? So she summoned I remember that one hall. Famous aids. Yes. This is how companies tell you to use all of their products and a sweet, they're like, you know, if you use oracle and Microsoft anti be 'em in red hat, who do you go to something fair you want why not have one throat to choke, right? When something goes wrong that was HP would do that. So HP wanted to sell minis and microcomputers. So they wouldn't they had a vast force of consultants who would go in and help business computerized now. Yeah, it was back. You know when computers were first entering the workplace today. They're in there. But I think I b m do they still do mainframes? They probably do. Yeah. So there's your big they're they're doing big iron. Right. They're doing big installations thousands of seats. And there's a question here is how credible a threat is this to Microsoft and Azure in the enterprise..
"hp" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast
"Of three. Cool. Good job. You did. You did awesome. So in these well, child visits, we have the opportunity to talk about a lot of different things, and there's a lot of different screens we should do. So it's really deciding where your time is spent most valuable. Remember when you're talking about interpretor guidance, be sure to focus on safety injuries remain the leading cause of death among these children wants specific thing to talk about is car seats, right? So the actually this is hot off the press just on August. Thirtieth publish their updated recommendation for car seats. And now they say that children should remain a rear facing car seat as long as possible until they reached the highest weight or height. Allowed by that seat and this is a change because they used to say that they should say rear-facing until the age of two. So again, keep them rear-facing as long as they can. Another good area to focus on for interdisciplinary guidance is dental care. So remember it Floyd use weaning to a cut by twelve months and avoiding juice may improved until health. We hit on Floyd use way back in thirteen for the may. I twenty sixteen episode in case. You're curious about more information. And of course it goes without saying, but no. Well, child discussion would be complete without remembering the importance of immunizations. Definitely. All right. We're gonna finish this episode off with another poem looking at HP testing. So this poem answers the clinical question. What is the best means of cervical cancer screening in women who have received the HP vaccine? All right, Kim, let's look at the evidence. The study included over one thousand Austrailian women younger than age. Thirty three who had been offered the HP vaccine. Women were offered the vaccine either age, twelve or thirteen or later as catch up in musicians. The study estimated that fifty to seventy seven percent of women received all three doses, though women were randomized to one of three strategies, one liquid bayside, tala g or thin prep every two and a half years with up HP co testing if the results abnormal to HP testing every five years with follow up cytology or capacity. If the rose results were abnormal and three HP testing every five years with follow up cell staining for. Oncogene markers in women with high risk HP sixteen or eighteen identified on initial screening. So Jonah, what were the results? Okay, Kim. So rates of high grade pre-cancerous disease, the-an grade two or higher were higher in women in each HP testing arm than with cytology. So bottom
"hp" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And the rear nncholas smith it's heavy it's not just a little swipe his pickup pickup trash influence the twenty four year old was off duty early this morning i said twenty six he's twenty four and they're showing him last night early this morning he's talking to see hp hp responded to this big because they have to agencies don't investigate themselves so hp shows up in in palmdale and the guy isn't cuffed yet and he's talking to the guy that be role they don't they don't have a recording of what he's saying but he's speaking and he looks lucid and the whole thing but not a little later in england investigators say he veered off the road his truck in palmdale and crashed into five parked vehicles chainreaction accident that left a lot of damage in its wake at least three of those vehicles belonging to just one family traffic northbound on thirtieth street six hp discussing the caves additional parking cars into each other as a result of the investigation the driver was arrested on suspicion so now they go to that onscene tv those guys vultures ago around every accident and all that or they will buy your video now the next piece of footage they show again it's to or whatever it was one am in palmdale last night now the guy is hooked up now he's handcuffed and he's wearing some like five kilometer fun run t shirt or something a blue t shirt and he's balling i mean he is he is absolutely bali he is handcuffed he knows that he's gonna take a ride and he's gonna be booked by people he probably knows either a palmdale or downtown probably palmdale but he's he's handcuffed and he's just yelling f bombs he has just he and you can see on this guy's face whatever was he thought his life was going to do whatever path he was going to be on in law enforcement and.
"hp" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts
"Data's going into the hp cloud were actually leveraging the capability of infiltrate to start turning out the customer benefit portion that i was talking about so absolutely we've got big aspirations for bringing this to our other product lines i think we've been pretty clear in the the idea that when we acquired this technology it was not something that we wanted to simply leave with nimble but we want to leverage this to sort of take where where i see us going and that's really to become a data analytics organization okay so again but storage and then maybe virtualization and other elements like that are will the data analytics be storage remain storage focused no our intent is much more grand than that so we imagine we're doing this on storage today and we've had a spectacular result it's actually help catapult us to top right of gartner stack which is great but we have visions of taking this much further so you know we talk about the scale that we've introduced with storage and imagine what we can do is we now bring it into the most popular compute platform in our proliant servers and networking and so the benefit here is how're connecting customers with his value is absolutely scalable to other technologies and what we drive at here is simply the intricacies in machine learning to help people understand when something is going right or could be optimized before it becomes an incident for them okay so we've started with storage and we're doing analytics on storage data today but then that whole methodology is over time then going to be incorporated in other parts of the hp product line absolutely yeah okay i want to drill back into something you're timeout ryan with the launch with three par and certainly when i think each p nimble storage remember the days of learning about castle and the architecture rounded and potentially all flash hybrid flash all that kind of jazz definitely a very different beast from when i think of three par which was an amazing acquisition and certainly something top of mind when someone pitches hp.
"hp" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Yes hi thanks for taking my call i have an hp desk jet the model is twenty five forty one and i tried to refilling the i i originally but hp cartridges and then when they ran out i went to costco and had them refilled and the the printer rejects of it says either it says they're empty there you know out of ink or it'll say counterfeit cartridge do you wanna continue then it won't let may continue let you continue yeah and i it doesn't i turn it on and off and then it'll give me a different era message depending on what mood it's in i guess i've tried uninstall the printer suffer and reinstalling it because in my software updates there was one from hp and i think that's when it stopped working because they don't want you i've heard they don't want you to buy anything but their cartridges at well they don't want you to but they do people do people get these to work so i looked up your printer online and he number one question about your printer is is you know dealing with these incompatible in cartridges error so i think that i think that your model of hp specifically is having a lot of issues with this it applies to a lot of their printers but this is the thing so in an ideal world hp would keep you using your they're expensive replacement cartridges right but a lot of people figure out that can go to costco get it refilled i can go to all these little places you know filling them on the corner whatever they have you know he's little inkjet places.
"hp" Discussed on No Agenda
"Yeah yeah well this is that i believe this is a different version of the same commercial all right it's it's gets guilting parents into gadgets chesting probably one of the most disgusting campaigns can yes because it is a it just it makes me sick and their parents washed the state they played all the time i have circle friend an infection human papillomavirus who knew h v could lead to certain cancers my risk each bv would increase as i got older something that could have helped protect me from age when i was eleven or twelve way before i would even be exposed to it don infected hp parents didn't know how wide spread as peavey is while hp clears up for most wasn't the case for me maybe they didn't know i would end up with cancer because of each maybe if they had known there was a vaccine to help protect me when i was eleven or twelve maybe my parents just didn't know what were you saying don't talk to your child's doctor today learn more at hp dot com it's macy's talk to your child's doctor today besides that commercial being probably the lowest form of advertising and the the music was really i liked it a lot because it had this this melodramatic but still encouraging kind of at the bottom of the of the cesspool i'm looking up and i see hope kind of vibe to it the thing about that commercial that was interesting is that both of the female actor and a male actor.
"hp" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"That's just had to get a phone and it's not being properly appreciated or it's just not it's only could not even be delayed its ask it's a sad state because you know eight companies like hp and microsoft kept playing this game where they dipped their tow into mobile in then run away screaming and then come back a couple of years later and try it all over again this goes all the way back for hp goes all the way back to their acquisition of compaq um i was a huge fan of windows mobile pdas and then we got i paxson than they absorbed the drill nautile line and uh we started getting these like palm trail competitors you could yet like a windows mobile pda phone with like a clip on keyboard or like odile pat on the bottom and there would always be this sort of halfhearted attempt at making it something that businesses would wanna use as a fleet device and then they would just disappear for years at leg terrible support no updates no no infrastructure and then they would come back and try it and do it again and i still maintain i i was in a discord conversation with with andrew wallison and renato laporte talking about a you know visas we occasionally still see you know like people who opine about live tiles and nokia lumieres and stuff like that and and we've got to a point where there were many regions in europe that were starting to crack over ten percent windows phone market share the united states i think we peaked at four but i was seeing liu me a fifteen 20s out in the wild like i was seeing them here in southern california that was an audacious device that i think helped start part of the conversation along with a note in getting rid of many tablets is like this really consume consumer desirable product segment and if we.
"hp" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Not familiar with that particular thing you might there might be software you could add to do that i would look at star doc dot com they make a lot of windows at odds and maybe they have an ad on like that they might even have a free at on like that or but i don't anybody know does h them this is at the eightyearold hp laptop i don't remember onscreen it's hp okay so that's an hp thing uh you could go to hp get the get whatever update you can it may be that any hb said we're not updating it may be that they are they're no longer supporting it with whatever the current version of windows seven his it's not unusual companies after a while they say well we don't wanna keep that went up to that you should just by a new one somebody else to sing and is a good idea go to the hp forums a lot of times people support each other when the company won't and if the companies nice though the let him do it on their forms there are companies apples one of them that if you uh if you have problems and you go to the apple support forms and start complaining apple will delete your complaint they don't they don't wanna hear it but hp is pretty good about letting people help themselves so try the hb forums make sure you have all the latest software from hp uh that's an as a little hp at autumn are familiar with it shows that onscreen in i'm almost certain it you know track pads are you bang on him right i mean they're going to go they wear out you may be able to replace it it's it's it's almost certainly not softwarerelated 88 eighty eight asked lee of that's the phone number eight eight eight eight two seven five five three six we put everything i talk about links and so forth up on those shown us vic you know there's more than i talk about a tech guy.
"hp" Discussed on Computer Talk with TAB
"Hp to make and laptops forever i know you recommend you seem to favour the last uh the hp people saw just barely i mean all these companies other issues they do have a good product here in this i've used it for years and uh you know it's it's something to look at okay and i can i go well i guess i eat away wire wireless or it will be wireless by default because there's no network connection but then will have an adapter that it should come within a life for a hard wired connection if you don't buy the port replicator are okay i i would also have to look for parents are recalled could look leader included in the accessories when you go on the website is should up put that in quotes linked the proper one but every now and again these websites don't do that um so you got to be certain that is is the proper port replicator with enough power to deal with a power in the unit and dumb offering the ability to watch uh to have additional monitors connected has a be careful heard yu great you'll be able to work uh get onto the internet works tv crew this tv stations yup you can download any apsu the app store uh yeah these you can do that okay gratiot cable tv something like that well you still internet you have to you yang get ready cable tv that way on just have a direct tv which is internetbased her slain tv but ag your computer really is not designed the way um no i'm not really for the airport where.
"hp" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts
"Because we were jumping into some of the more specific things that you can do with printers as you consider them and how to secure them as an endpoint in which a vulnerability is on what the attack surface really looks like the point came up that you can you can deny service you can deny printer service to people by sending it malicious pc out who new i mean that that blew wait you can even do that just put that poor thing it'll loops of that it's no good anymore and that it was simple you can just you can do that exploit easily just downloading stuff on the internet like so many exploits these days drew what's up with grabbed your attention so yeah they're a whole bunch of security issues that came to light but what also stuck out for me is that the printer becomes a compliance headache or even a liability issue if there's stolen or inappropriate content sitting on hard drives you had no idea dude dearborn so we were talking a minute ago about some of the more specific interesting things like inside the box that hp does with their printers to maintain the integrity of that hardware device and i think securing the bias came up jason canoe dive in on that a little bit what that actually looks like it what that means sure yes so sure start at what we call the technology in the painter it's basically protecting the ground due to upon the bias so we look at laptops and desktops hp devices we protect the hardware fame on rebel we'd on that in our laptops for years we've taken that technology saint technology imported into our carpenters and that's exactly where is this just protect the free and where on budak cut make shored up there does no attacks at that level so this to ways i want to qualify that one is does that protect during the manufacturing process that the product coming out of the factory has integrity and then also.
"hp" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts
"The same thing with printing the other thing that we've invested in heavily at hp and printers is we now have intrusion detection on our devices for enterprise class devices that can tell you when somebody's trying to get in we see memory anomalies and we can shut that device down isolated quickly we also have white listing so we can watch for firm where updates at our unauthorized or any anomalies that we see around that and we also started out with securing the bias so we know that a lot of attacks nowadays are starting at the bio's level so both on our pcs and desktops and on our printers we start inspecting the minute you booth that computer because there's over a million lines of code that execute before comes up to the operating system so were inspecting that bias to make sure that it is locked down so we are pudding what you would consider industry standard security solutions on these devices now to make sure watching form the other thing we've done in for the users who don't have hp devices we still have published in its on the nist website security best practices of how you can securely put one of these devices on your network and it has a standard checklists than nerve things you need to do that we recommend if you have hp devices we have a security solution that has taken knows best practices checklist and put it in a policy tool called security manager that allows you to create one policy and push that out all of your hp devices and proactive we keep goals lockdown the other issue that you have with printers as you can do a cold reset and wipe out security settings if you don't have the administrative password set anybody can come up and do that with our proactive management tool as soon as that device hits the network again it is locked back down to the security state so that we never allow those devices to be unsecure on your network so these are all things that you have to start thinking about as you're buying in your pudding devices on your network just like you're doing with your preseason desktops the security team show.
"hp" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show
"Fault in this an uptick software and you need administrative permission to be able to take advantage of it but be as it may uh just in case someone turns on the key laga for whatever reason uh first of war it shouldn't be there to begin with so hp has said that has affected not get this full 100 and seventy five different models of laptops three hundred and three of them are the spectra envy pavilion allman and compact they all contain the key lager a a saw a patch has been delivered by you um hp it was delivered the just yesterday you should get that patch in what it does is that it deletes the key lago and it sets up everything properly uh the good news is that the hp has no fight everyone and at first when i saw it i said that it of its it you know he said that it affected nearly five hundred of its notebooks i was thinking like only five hundred the you know notebooks were affected no four hundred and 75 models of the unknown books that's a lot now the good news is hp as attended to it but i'll tell you what the bad news is the one who discovered it says this problem with synoptic is a thirdparty vendors that hp used uh two supplemental some of the drivers they have and this is the same software in other models of manufacturer a notebooks they haven't made any a.
"hp" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"And if not there is something called the universal print driver the issue with both of these is you're not gonna get all the features of your printer but you might get enough features the problem really is gonna be the color park right but if you go to the hp site they have a universal print driver that is designed for hp printers i guess this is how they you know make people feel better about what they with when they stop supporting so um uh i that's the other thing a search for his hp universal print driver in cross your fingers it should work i am i guess is especially since it was working something you know is that either you did a windows update that broke it or more likely got damaged at download the latest ones and you should be ira but it's something people need to be aware of any time you update a computer or yup they'd operating system the one catch is going to be what the biggest catch anyways going to be hardware compatibility because it's up to the hardware manufacturers to make sure that that works and it even microsoft and apple at some point say well you know we're not going to support it anymore microsoft did that with windows xp there's is not gonna be any more updates for windows xp its end of life boone vistas next as to minority actually i think visty has reached its end of life and the next will be obliterated windows seven that none of these last forever because the co you understand a company can't really be expected to keep everything working forever printers not uncommon.
"hp" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"We happened that this segment the to do a quick shout out to one of our other sponsors and that is hp hb provides the gear that were using in this studio here we actually are in construction for a new studio which will be talking about here probably sometime in the somber will give you a tour of that studio so but hp we think of this radio show and i think of the podcast in my book and all that is you know all the money we received from out all of minor author royalties go to charity so but we think about it is a small business in the h p equipment that we're using is the same equipments all small businesses use and i look for something even though i was formerly the cdot hp and i could probably fix a lot of it i look for reliability i look for dependability i just need the stuff to work club don't want on my plate and i also now with security becoming increasingly important i depend on security built into the products so that i don't have to worry about my my personal information my family's information with the information about my businesses in hp delivers on all of that so check it out hop on over to kill the patients accomplice hp and see what they've got going see what equipment they've been providing for us to use he in the studio we could not operate without it so again they give reach be for their support echo check it out if you using if you if you use this information and go engage with hp let them know we heard about it was a big help for us with our sponsors okay this segment the show i'm taking questions that i've received via email now in some cases i am not going to list the names of the person is email because if i did it would be could be problematic for some people so first question i got was hey fell i'm stuck to decide between starting a new business not excuse me sneeze their phil i'm start trying to decide between starting a new business not technical actually small regional chocolate creators that is either it affiliates which is a limited startup fees and also limited dollars or as a distributor her which requires a whole lot more capital.
"hp" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Lastly of the phone number obscene if i have i'm sure somewhere have the specs when we built and we have about eight different editor's working or eight different editing stations to edit the video shows that we do and we bought a pretty hefty a bunch adel workstations uh four of them to run adobepremiere pro that's what we use when we move from apple and the final cut removed windows we we got all new hardware and i'm just signified the specs i don't see it here but ii bet you we bought 32gigsif if if time is of the essence and you want to get this stuff cranked up probably did get 32 88 88 ask clear that's of of memory of ram uh on the line right now from uh arcadiamarkhellomarkleo he yeah iiyeahwelli'll tell you what started my question i am i have an old hp laptop with windows seven and uh i never had a problem with that i like it and um i'm looking to buy a new um hp laptop and um you know they all come with 10and um i didn't i serve reading reviews and i don't know if they're just rumors if or if you heard the same thing about uh people saying uh windows tannen is it's freezing up it's not working right with intel processed third all bets nuts no windows tents fine becausei used windows tannen all my machines of those were running with no seven i took advantage of the three upgrade uhi have had no problems win as 10the only complaint that you might want to listen to them when his 10 is.