18 Burst results for "Hundred Bits"

"hundred bits" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Tangents. I have people. I'm not sitting appeared. Going of anything i didn't hate. The movie actually told people. Hey man look if you if you go see the movie and you've been a fan of these movies all these years slowed down yet Gonna stop you now not much. Could i'm gonna watch it tomorrow. Nothing nothing nothing. Thank you thank you g ton gto niko niko gee tony gto nico gto nico came in and gave us. Oh well that was dom donald. I'm sorry i'm talking about your movie. I'm sorry you were so kind of come in and get five hundred bits right there. Gto nico thank you for the subscription right there. So man i i just got caught up. This man took he. He took the will just made a tie. Then i've been watching all the movies and doing reviews for them so so we just did our review f nine yesterday people and i was just brushing him up on my opinions up. The world has aware of changes change to know. You don't know you do not stop the fucking shit like independent film. At the beginning. I am diet for me. Family family. Beppo joined the fans but we always come back together and blow shit up okay. Y'all ever thought about while missions. We've been on we've taken yes. Uh-huh every yeah. Yeah love it trained tanks and now we got cars flying in the air so.

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"hundred bits" Discussed on This is Today

This is Today

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on This is Today

"Shows. Anyway it was a message to the star. Cluster in thirteen. Yeah we directed it directly at star cluster. Thirteen that's one of my favorite star clusters. The others are such a cluster. You know sixteen hundred bits or so of data it translated essentially into an image. Think eight bit gaming from atari days. These little weird images you can see what the images worked out to be if you do a little google search there but basically the message was meant more as a demonstration of human technological achievement. Then a serious attempt to talk to easy on this date in nineteen eighty the david letterman show. Premiered the daytime show. This one didn't really blessed now. It was a critical success. But people just didn't watch it there used to like soap operas and game shows and things like that so the show only lasted until october of nineteen eighty but they kept them under contract in fact they paid a million dollars. How do i get one of those deals is. I'll take that right then. Late night with david letterman debuted. They worry i nineteen eighty-two speaking of nine hundred eighty two to mary. Hart joined entertainment tonight on this day. She hosted from at nineteen eighty to twenty eleven and our voice. One time gave lady a stroke that became the inspiration for an episode of seinfeld. Go let's take a look at our birthdays for today. Several blair turns forty nine. Jason grants is forty four. Clarence thomas is seventy three jostle. Josh weeden is fifty seven and he's got a toughening say for me right now after talking for ten minutes. That's your look at you. Twenty-third thanks for listening to this. This today we do our best to pull together all the correct information. I try to say everything right if we made a mistake. And you heard it. You're super smart and we're super sorry. Subscribe wherever you get your podcast and give us a five star if you think we deserve it. If you'd like to make sure that we cover something on a future episode let us know that over to this is today. Podcast dot com to make suggestions give us feedback and seep or other podcasts. I hope you enjoy learning about today. I'm russ and i will talk to you. Tomorrow is learning more. it's grilling season baby. Get ready for that summer cookout but not everyone has convenient access to high quality meat. Luckily butcher box believes everyone deserves high quality humanely sourced meet. It couldn't be easier. Just sign up and butcher box ships a curated selection of high quality meat right to your home every month. Butcher boxes the most affordable and convenient to get healthy humanely raised meet at around six dollars per meal free shipping nationwide except alaska and hawaii. Right now. new members will receive free bacon for life when they sign up. Just go to butcher. Box dot com slash. Listen that's a package of free bacon every box for the life of your subscription when you go to butcher box dot com slash listen..

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"hundred bits" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"hundred bits" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You know adobe they make the best video editing software but I think I'll be a fun project and I think I'd be kind of a great thing for the kids to have I am for you put it all up online this way you know it's always there it's always safe to always backed up and I think you probably have a little fun with it at the same time thank you reckon thank you so much for your call let's talk about the corona virus pandemic it has all of us on edge yes now the last thing we need to add to the mix is a bunch of criminals just trying to take advantage of a dire situation and you know that they are doing it and they are gearing up because crooks have no shame we've seen plenty of corona virus related scams and just making the rounds there are tons of threats out there that can wipe your devices or leave all your files inaccessible when you need them now some of these threats may seem far fetched but trust me you won't be thinking that when they happen to your ransomware can strike anyone in particular all it takes is one accident click a malicious link and you may not be thinking you may be in a hurry you just click there and bingo Bango then also this is how we have all your files locked up and give us eight hundred bit coins in order to get out you're like I don't even own a big coin as we tell you how sophisticated these outfits are they have their own tech support lines if you don't know how to get a big point of them don't worry you can call toll free number and they'll help you figure it all out okay having computer data backup is just the smart thing to do I drive dot com makes it easy for you to achieve that starting today do it now we're thinking about it if you're not already backing up your data you have to do this you download the software once and I drive secure server start to store all of your data in an off site online location twenty four seven you can have access to the data at any time and only one idrive account that's all you need for as many computers as you want to back up now plans start at just six dollars a month when you sign up today you can save ninety percent off your first year's plan but you have to use my name Kim.

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"hundred bits" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And I feel like what they're talking about doing is she's talking about punting this problem to somebody else is not elected official it we're hearing all kinds of things I mean what's the deal I mean the deal is that you want to give a permit two cats which is a great organization and I believe that other cities should take the example cat cafe and use that example we have four hundred bit we have medical we have singles of the worker there we have the Andrea house we have all the services but it's only geared towards four hundred five hundred people and I believe that it should be a regional approach and the other thing is we need to put money into crises and we need to put money and we need to make sure that it's in different locations are need to create a multi the shelter shelters throughout the city of Phoenix are you going to take action against the mayor's office for being the physically I mean I don't know how to say it you really do they put their hands on you and you said it best if it was a man this right would be wholly different you have to take action you know I I just going to have to take my dad's advice just sit down cool down and then an imprint in figure it out would you like to face guy a goes spokesperson Anne to cross maybe if this year's WrestleMania and maybe you'll hate my dad taught me the right we we don't Hey I was on hand to hand on a woman's boxing out there that was a rebound do you think you could got that rebound because she was back in that movie up like it was going to go get that rebound is there anything I can say to get you to change your vote on Hooper left before we let you go now there's nothing to say I was a pretty bad vote I was not your best moment but you know what you came on today will give you that one all right but you know what's really important is that there's neighborhood associations like ramparts Central Park Oaklyn same Massey university Sherman park coal felt north of audio and those are the individuals have been working over six months and working out with the situation with cat so I hope we continue.

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"hundred bits" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Hundred fifty at risk youth being served every day three hundred nineteen elderly and every disaster that happens we will be first on the scene okay once again how do people do it and when is it too late it's never going to be too late so go to salvation army Orlando dot org and you will see you can register to ring there be a banner for that or you can there be another banner for virtual cattle and you can sign up for either one of those or even both of those and you can give hope to people who have lost their way and for everyone who has that memory of being a child who got that bit of change from mom or dad and got to put it in the cattle now's the time to to do that yourself pass by the way that's a great way to teach children the guy back let and children bring in more money so put your children at the kettles and let them ring bells force and help people who are hungry and people who need help in this community absolutely so why don't you real quickly once again tell people how that money is used that is used for feeding people all through the year a thousand meals a day that is used for three hundred bits of shelter that is used for elderly people that we take care of on our in our complex is a three hundred nineteen apartments hundred fifty at risk youth they get hot meals every day and a lot of training to prevent them from going into homelessness and our pathway of hope that says people back in with dignity and self sustainability and this is to help people in both orange and Osceola yes we are there we actually have many salvation army's in that way about sixty six of them in Florida but I am responsible for orange and Osceola but there's a lot of all of the your listeners all around there's a salvation army near you and they need to you captain can one more time what's the website salvation army Orlando dot org and you can help others happy holidays you too captain can Chapman is the area commander for the salvation army of orange and Osceola county I Beth peril speaking to Jean upper co Solomon she is the executive director of the adult literacy league and I wanted to check in with you gene the last time we spoke you had a big push on for some fundraising because you certainly didn't want to have to let go of any of the programs you offer so how how are things going now hi a bad thing so much for this opportunity we are very I am very pleased to report that things are going well we had a great summer fun reason why is our community really heeded the call and provided us a tremendous amount of support we did a lot of media and and lots of community speaking and then help and we got the attention of even some of our elected representatives the house of representatives for house representative honest commodity visited us and and even wrote an appropriations request on our behalf and we took a contingency to Tallahassee last week to present before the Florida house education subcommittee and our record request was approved unanimously so fingers crossed it stays in the budget this is the first time we've ever had experience with this and were super excited we've got lots of lots of great things happening thanks for asking really good to hear and Hey you know you can use a help still so anybody listening a maybe those into the year donations and some other things going on you might take a look at adult literacy league and in fact why don't you go ahead gene and tell people your mission and adult literacy league yeah so we educate our our mission is to educate.

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"hundred bits" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on Double Toasted

"One hundred bits man appreciate that really do thank you so much Lomax in Texas right now got from Chicago friends with guys actually pretty amazing but you meant you with mortal combat. That's the biggest thing that's the biggest joke with that. Is that you know you killing. These people are not you. I'm sorry you'd like you're doing all these grow. <hes> grotesque injuries man on these people there's blood flying everywhere and these people don't die. I think that that'd be a part of it like these people. I'll trae bed. Thank you Matthew Subscribing trae bear. <hes> probably our biggest fool as this little bitch may punk. He's been in prettiest. I that's the joke about that man. You can enter these people these real gruesome ways and they still live. I WanNa see an explanation for that in the movie. I WANNA see how they handle that. I want that to be in the move. I want these people. Just be just blood on everywhere win. I want them to still be alive. What the fuck man? They'll say. It's like magic yeah. I think that's that's an easy explanation. It got you establish do some world building but don't over explain it because it's like well. That's dumb. Yes it keeps we live longer here. We're able to we're impervious assert injuries and then like if you want like out the movie and the take it back to Earth moves like all my God is the shame soon soon or a shout all my amazing did something like that I want. I wanted to be done and people just you know when it's finished people just slowly putting themselves back together and finally after people like I'm GonNa stop this back inside being hit you sleep. That'll be funny to self like contestants that finished in just waiting to go to the next round. They're all sitting on a bench and one dude is trying to put his intestines says back in another guy's jaws hanging loose another guy brains spilling out and he just law looking at each other like you look like Shit will look at you again have a sense of humor with it. They need their yeah exactly exactly Oh my God mortgage yeah. He subscribed. Thank you sir. Thank you this law who has bitch Maye pump. We did have another question. We're related and asked us if we have seen a crawl yet. I've seen it today because I just been reading a lot of fantastic reviews from the movie speaking of you'll debt that produced by Sam Rainy for those who don't know crawl as creature creature feature where it takes place in New Orleans during a hurricane this business woman is going to check on her to leave the area. She finds her clients him in the crawlspace of his home but he's like surrounded by alligators. Is them trying to escape. Apparently people were really joint except her category. Five hurricane warning all residents evacuated immediately families it loved ones and get out and we will be able to come mm-hmm humans but then gators get almost like probably the gate is we're looking at the news here and like humans are GonNa be there. Fuck <music> Jesus what happened to his leg. I'm going to go see that today..

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"hundred bits" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Even I can make in a well informed opinion and people that are talking with the twitch. You know certain obviously a lot of experience with this kind of thing but I would just wait until you know what you're getting yourself into before making a dramatic change. I guess what I'm thinking is with. The question is would would people I mean we would keep our thing that we would have to kind of keep some sort of subscription based. Keep ourselves independent even if we're on another platform well. I guess I want to know if people would actually follow us if we did anything like that. Would you extra support. Its own on twitch which you subscribe there if we had you know if we're doing the same thing we're doing here because as the biggest thing man I I do not want to adult at this model depend on ads and donations for what do you know what I mean. I'M GONNA go over to go to the chat and see what they're talking about. Yeah in the end look there's pros and cons with moving say moving everything over the twitchy. Just I mean even with subscriptions like twitch takes half of the subscription. You know. Let's like four ninety ninety nine a month. They take half of this. You're basically making what to forty nine yeah yeah there's a little there's certain things like that. It's like okay. You have to consider that into some of the other things. It's you know it's it's just conversations that need to happen for. I think for the next. Several months before you make a specific transition right now yeah you know I I mean I guess <hes> ways that people could still support over there if they did not support you guys no matter what you know yes <hes> yes. It would be easier to catch. You guys live <hes> if I would you know so. Some people are saying yeah they they that they would do. We would keep some shows. Free here like you know I think eight big crumbs still be a free show for people you know there would be some things things that we would do that. You would pay for like the like there would be. <hes> I guess the <hes> The way what would you call them. Premium shows that you would pay for and then there will be some shows. That would be free for you so you no I'm on A. They said they're gonNA work out something. Try to work out something and maybe to have as a switch over you know in not where I won't suffer a huge loss on my end so we'll see we'll eh goes because that's the way it would be. We would offer we would offer <hes> you know for your subscription like that's what you would get you would get a premium shows and also we would be able to offer you some some other perks on top of that so and we we keep our site. We can keep us site where we keep our you know where we would keep <hes>. You know we'd be able to keep such things as D._T.. MERGE DOT COM. We'll still be talking that blacks classic black t-shirt that white logo that ain't going the way you know the color logo variety of shirts stickers now the gift certificates the limited edition shirts that we have here. Thank you clever little Vixen one hundred BITs <hes> that's still in here folks. I'm sure after I get back from big Sakon. That's that's for sure at their Martin Mate. That is very awesome so yeah people just thought I'd run that by didn't want to didn't want to stop the show at that but I.

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"hundred bits" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Happening here. Were you coy you and Chris Fun Filming a porno in a hotel room except he's not here yet. He's on skype but I'm here. You know where I cam is in a hotel room in Anaheim California. I'm here for bid kind so I brought all the equipment here Corey Colon by the way Chris Herman over here Crisp Juicy Hermit how you doing. I'm doing really well man. I'm stuck in my juice box right. Now I know and just in you know what even though you stuck in that juice box the juice is still pouring through the screen man. All Moist over here has been doing good to have you here yet. BITCON is going on in our youtube partner partner which I'm talking about on on this violation on that but are you to partner brought us out here for BITCON and so I've been doing that we would. We would have done a show on Thursday but I did not get all this stuff hooked up and ready to go. I got different equipment here. It's been a whole ordeal trying to get all this stuff to work in. This man over here has been so patient. Thank you so much no problem man. I know we were going to try to do on Thursday and everything also yesterday yeah. No glad you got everything figured out as funny yeah yeah and this man is so patient anytime you do this anybody they would have lost it by. This would've said to hell with you. Man Only WanNa work with you anymore but he was actually very patient and I wanNA thank somebody out there. SOLAAR solar sullen sucks who does a lot of stuff for me. I think that's his last name is so hard sucks though it is I I did not say that says sullen sucks no no yes sola helped me out all this stuff and he just sucks man. I hate this fucking guy but he helped get those you know yep get all this stuff together. He's a friend we made out here in California I see him every time I come out here gives us route to the airport helped us out with our equipment right hear anything else that we might need and of course he came through force and we couldn't get things figured out here. Oh thank you Mr Bloopers for the hundred bits right there and man I tell you we earn these bits because I am I've been I've been working hard hit. Bitcon man let people know been working very hard been drinking everyday man free food all around you know just been having to you know when they offer it. You have to take it and it's just true yeah. <hes> is just it's hard man is. I'm so full. I'm still hung over head. You know fun can be so exhausting because there's too much sometimes which was that sometimes you just gotTa do it. Yes sometimes you a nickel. Does your thank you for the one hundred bids but I'm telling you man you know so I I'm I've had the burden of responsibility of taking so much fun at to take a break from it and now <hes> Sidna p having a terrible time with you guys so how are you good to see you here and today on the show first of all let me go over here and take a look at the people that I hear you know. We're doing this little earlier than usual so I don't expect a whole lot people to be watching <hes> because I didn't know when we would actually have this up and when we be going I even though he'd be do we we'd be doing this at all but for those people who are here WanNa thank you very much for watching and we got some folks over here medieval duckie Mr Bloopers gave us those bits clever little vixen how are you. I'm a REXES AW Nikki contest. Oh my God clever little vixen. Thank you for the twenty-five bits right there. WanNa thank everybody who's here right now. Black Snow want to welcome you here to and today on the show. Oh got a lot of things to talk about now. I want you guys excuse me I've got a lot of stuff to do my hands right now. I don't have a mic stand and I said good thinking NASA does the market is no. I'm not doing whatever nasty suspended thinking about Chris..

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"hundred bits" Discussed on This Week In Video Games

This Week In Video Games

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on This Week In Video Games

"And dropping five hundred bits next up steam mm some Grand Prix has had a negative effect for indies so valve's steam semi southside this week and had an unexpected consequence on the indie gaming community taking part in the Summer Sale Grand Prix this year that the audience would win a chance to win a game off their wish list this had the unfortunate effect of people take enough lower price games off their wish list so people would increase the chance of winning the High Price Games indie game developers report this meant many lower price games which are often indie the titles were removed from the wishlists indie developers relying wishlist additions to let audiences know updates like items in the sale for example valve did issue a clarification after the event saying when is would get the game at the top of their wish list and they said to clarify one point if your team makes it to the podium and you're randomly chosen to win something you're steam wishlist then we'll grant you the top item. Just move your favorite item to the top your wish list and you should be good to go. There's no need to remove move other items from your wishlist keyed them. They're so you'd be notified when those items release or go on sale valve also said we've heard your feedback about the complexity of the Steam Grand Prix event we designed something pretty complicated with a bunch of numbers and and rolls and recognize. We should have been more clear. We want to apologize for the confusion. This is cause and also apologized for the broken mechanics which have led to an unbalanced event. You can find out more about the steam semi Grand Prix event on the steam store pages ages and if you go to this week video games and search up summer Grand Prix you'll.

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"hundred bits" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Of the minutes. The New York fed president Joan Williams had this to say about the right path. Growing trained inflation low below our goal. I think to be basically right where we are in terms of interest rates. And I don't see any strong argument today based on what we have seen in the data or other information to argue to move interest rates one way or the other. Joma names from the New York fed, pull gambles, as August co-founder a managing partner at N B N G group and he joins us from our buying coke shoe. So I mean a host of voices from the fed trying to preach patients Britain, essentially the market is like a bullet train. It's racing ahead on rate cuts. And what are they seeing that the fed is not seeing who's right? I think the thing all these things that we were just talking about in the previous segment. I think the thing that liquidity shortage. I think they're saying, you know, global trade falling. I think the saying endings bullying. I think the thing you know, household, income's, fully the markets, look at all the same day to the fed is, and the, the fed is somehow preaching, this message of patients and the market doesn't believe that the, the two key questions, I think, for this year we're gonna be fed gonna whack ten time. They're going to cut rates some point this year, but they're going to do it quickly enough, and are they going to provide, or is, is the policy gonna provide fiscal stimulus quickly enough? Because we've seen in China now that the unites eighteen months fiscal policy, and it's not really having traction yet. So there's a real risk that the fed end up being being too late. And the second question for for equity markets, is, you know, this supposedly invited comes dumb money sitting on the sidelines. Does that get there in time does all the smart money, leave before the dumb money arrived? So they, you know, for between the about sequencing that tea big questions of going to dominate the the next month. So I've ever laid it question, which is the fed does seem like it is quite focused on asset prices at the moment, and it has expressed some concern before about financial conditions. When those titan too much just before the end of last year is there a possibility here that the market can sort of sway, the fed one way or another, the market can jawbone the fed towards a rate cut? In a sense, you'd hope. So always think so far, is, is one five bits. I alka that's, that's what we've had since Pallister -posedly had is, is demonstrating conversion in, in December so can the bond market forces. You would you would hope so, because, you know, the bull market generally has a much better. Take what's going on? Then the fed does. And, you know, most most recessions, generally caused by the fed getting there, too late. And that really is the, the big worry them if they want to, if they act now they probably can do something to, to, to delay this on the bond market is probably the biggest force, that's pushing the fed right now, except for the amount of tweets that they get from coming out of sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue. We talk about dominating moments. What's your take on the bond market become Bank of America? They're losing to face the mocking to misery. They say that cutting the bond youthful to the end of the city. Grid say we've gone too far too fast. I'm going to get back to two point six percent. Two point three two point six which one comes first in your mind. I wouldn't be surprised to see a retrace back towards people say, surprised that it that it hasn't happened to me is, you know, we, we were buying longer. Treasuries from when the ten year went above three hundred bits last year. Seeing looking great deal at the time we've held onto those we're actually any treasuries that we're adding now looking at adding shelter, and just because lightly concerned about short term that could be some retracement, but, you know, long term the stories in place. So I think I think that both right. But I think we probably see to sixty before we see two thirty. All right, Paul. Gambles. N. B N G. Thank you so much for being with us this morning. Well, one feature on the Bloomberg that we would like to bring to your attention is our interactive TV function. You can find it at TV go, you'll not only able to watch us live. But you can also see previous interviews dive into any of the securities or Bloomberg functions that we talk about, you can also become part of the conversation, of course, by sending us instant messages during your shows, if you have an opinion on where rates should be.

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"hundred bits" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

The Big Podcast With Shaq

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

"Remind me when he was at school and the teacher called call the pilot Gada couldn't read everybody. Would you like three and they turn? I know about your take zero. I'm reading it's gotta be. Jimmy. I'm not gonna give Jimmy's last name Jimmy and grade school they had to move Jimmy out of my class because Jimi had a speech impediment a stutter or did you make fun of him? No, no, Jimmy was my one of my best buddies. So Jimmy stop talking and would have me I could understand Jimmy when he would start when he would start to get into a stuttering pay. I would understand what he meant. And I would finish for him. So they had to remove on us in separate rooms. Like this job or play for larger prizes. Hey, it's for. The joke about stuff. Room because John finishing you finish. Todd understand. I was like the interpreter. Larry this brother deck on Darah? Sarah. Oh, man. I move good finish soon as I do. Rugs. All right. Let's get border. Like, I can't wait to one hundred bits. That's. Clockers sheeting they moved to Matt class because when they were trying to Jimmy to talk for himself. Whatever he would start to start. It would finish. I knew what he meant. The interpreter. I gotta go to the bottom up. Jimmy. Yeah. Thank god. There were like four titties in my store. Jimmy overcame that. And I know has been successful in life. I'm sure hope he has he has been wrapped all over them shack wasn't teasing him. I was finishing. Kicked out for me now down and all right? So let's let's let's let's start borderline by getting a little bit awkward. This comes from. Dax Shepard's pike cast, which is very good podcast. Armchair expert. Okay. Dax is with Norah Jones. What are they talking about? What's it like when shack has X what this is the conversations more rooms, the singer singer? Yes, you're looking. Oh, yes. Very very good. I don't know. I would have to you know. Well, listen, listen to this conversation. Listen to the conversation. Photo of shack and his girlfriend, right? Oh my God. I mean, I want to not even for sexual reason just curiosity. I want watch them make love so check. If you're a listener, I've just please invite me in. So I can just watch what's going on erga nominally. Are all the positions open to them or their ladders involved. They're like elevated beds. Okay. She sounds like fake Kim Kardashian voice that they use them Fallon. Yeah. She sounds like she sounds like the fake Jimmy Fallon told you it was creepy. But my gosh, what are you got to see me pulled Norah Jones? Oh, okay. This is mar Bilas pain. She'll slide into your store. Sounds like the dudes going to slide into his DNA. Dax Dax thank you too. By the way, that came from me in it or G mail. Thanks, again, John it's not iron, John and might be on John g Mel census this one. This is a youtuber named Mark Rober. We had him on. We featured him on the show while back when he was the guy making glitter bomb h stalling..

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"hundred bits" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Had a five hundred bit computer that lodge five hundred cubic computer would be able to do amazing things Lawrence gasping. Thank you so much for being with us founder and president of inside at quantum technology based in Charlottesville Virginia got that got him down. I'm sorry, you're distracted. You were just doing a little quantum computing over there, Lisa Abramowicz, along with my co-host and colleague, Paul Sweeney. This is Bloomberg. This is a Bloomberg market minute. Stocks are higher is better than expected economic data signalled a positive start to the year for the US then little pressure on the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates. Billionaire investor Nelson peltz is getting into the marijuana business. He'll be joining Aurora cannabis as the strategic advisor the company says pelts will advise on potential partnerships with leading corporations he's receiving stock options that could make him the company's second largest shareholder. Uber is ramping up for what could be one of the five biggest IPO's ever in. The us. Bloomberg has learned that the ride hailing service has added several banks to its list of underwriters among them Bank of America. Barclays CitiGroup and Allen and company and United Healthcare is expanding a program that passes rebates from drug makers directly to the people that use their medications beginning next year, all new employer. Sponsored health plan customers they use United Healthcare must give discounts and get to consumers at the point of sale. Fail. According to the hope Bloomberg radio. Right now Doctors Without Borders medical teams are operating in some of the most remote and dangerous corners of the world when front yards become.

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"hundred bits" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That Clinton. Campaign emails had been hacked, and that they contacted stone to see when the emails might be released stones the six the Trump age charged in the Muller probe is arrest comes hours before former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort is due in court and made allegations. He intentionally lied to Muller's investigators that could jeopardize his bid for leniency when he's sentenced next month for financial crimes. Saga megani Washington? The Senate rejected two bills that would have ended a partial government shutdown one of the bills had the money. President Trump wanted for border security. The other did not the results the motion is not agreed to Vermont Democrat Patrick layhee says he knows what furloughed workers are feeling angry confused about why their paychecks are being held hostage. Maine Republican Susan Collins says this can be worked out compromise is not a dirty word. She says compromise is a sign of strength led us compromise to reopen government address border security. And get on with the business of this. Tantray press secretary Sarah Sanders, says President Trump would consider signing a short term Bill only. If it includes a down payment on the wall. Ed Donahue, Washington. I do. Scientific study finds most of the false information on Twitter is spread by a mini school. Handful of users. Researchers writing in the journal science examined the Twitter accounts of more than sixteen thousand users during the height of the two thousand sixteen election campaign, they found just sixteen of them spread eighty percent of all the misinformation masquerading as news those who did were more likely to be over the age of sixty five and politically conservative the super sharers were active sharing more than three hundred bits fake information each between August and December the study reached conclusions similar to one release this month about misinformation spread by Facebook. Warren Levinson, New York with a check on our weather. Here's news threes. Kelly Curran, we're looking at plenty of sunshine on this Friday and mild temperatures, sixty four degrees. That's the forecast time. Swings out of the northeast about five to ten miles per hour..

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Study: Twitter's fake news is largely shared by old conservatives

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Study: Twitter's fake news is largely shared by old conservatives

"Researchers writing in the journal science examined the Twitter accounts of more than sixteen thousand users during the height of the two thousand sixteen election campaign, they found just sixteen of them spread eighty percent of all the misinformation that was masquerading as news those who did were more likely to be over the age of sixty five and politically conservative. The super shares were active sharing more than three hundred bits of fake information each between August and December the steady reached conclusions. That were similar to one released this month about misinformation spread by Facebook

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"hundred bits" Discussed on Anatomy of Next

Anatomy of Next

06:21 min | 3 years ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on Anatomy of Next

"Huge strides in battery technology for storing large amounts of energy in a small space, which is grateful electric 'cause but also great having a reservoir energy in your own home, the generated from rooftop solar panels all Moore wind up, and I haven't conceive that read he's onto takeoff in the coming years. You know, we're talking about going to Mars, there's some people who don't wanna do anything on Mars. Just wanna study it in look for life in not touch it. I'm not one of those people I want. I I want to build a new world I want to build a new branch of human civilization, like a different problem from rebuilding our own world after some kind of hypothetical collapse. But could you give us some direction, you know, on the Martian question where do we begin? Yes. So I mean, it is a different problem. But also similar mentioned. I chaps knowledge. How Roldan rebooting often poke lips exactly the same lessons could be applied to starting from scratch on on new world. If you find yourself on mazal crash lands on version earth on as well, something I've been talking with mass engineers about exactly that the how we could adapt aerial and all the research good since the knowledge into looking to self sustaining colonies on Mars because the key issue is sending astronauts Tamaz columnists Tamaz with a set of equipment, and tools and also the knowledge that is all interlinked. So let's you send him with a hundred bits of -ment and within that set of a hundred it enables you to repay each of them all rebuild spat hawks as you need them. So it's again, it's one was not an ecosystem on different things interact and rely on each other. And Khanin reproduce. When it comes to growing company starting second. Call from the first one and most is all the same basic resources as the F does metals in its crust ecus melt Martian all getting like ion out of it. The environment is quite hostile extreme even be able to breathe on Cessnas without a spacesuit. But it's the rule. Materials is go oxygen locked up in the water in the ice on the ground. So you could dig up that poma froth and news electrolysis using at trinity to split water to make auction for breathing and hydrogen. You could use a rocket fuel is carbon dioxide he could use chemistry to making to me thing. You could also uses fuel. So the bit of ingenuity and thinking through that process of gun right back to basics employees south. Byron bootstraps is easy posible. The we can have self sustaining Kony's on MAs. The dumber lines. Have you on earth too? Apply it with food or span Postle aerials. You have to decide where we begin. I we have the eco-system of tools that sustain themselves and replicate themselves, but from there from the tools, what are the next crucial elements that we have to hammer down before we can move onto the task of building a civilization in this really good computer games that you can play in the cheat to buy that explore executive of you just lands on Mars. We've once most shit. How'd you go of building a colony this vives, and it's all about results balancing on major respond things vary and problems and crises come up and making sure the generates electricity. So that you can then make enough oxygen from the water the mind and also use the energy'd stall smelting, the rocks to make more massive yourself that you can then build a larger habitat and create new modules yourself, and there will. Growing population whilst making sure grubbing enough food everyone using all to the extracting same time. I know you'll creating is almost like the time planet earth itself shrunken down into a very small too small pocket, but you still got to balance all of the same things against each other. I have really there's one more quick question. I've been asking everybody you have background Nassar biology. So you've definitely thought about this question before I'm certain Burmese paradox. What is your answer to the paradox? So I think the simplest ons to talks is. It's just that is no one else out that I think this is what I thought I had this crazy insight into this question. That's what I've been thinking for about a year now, and every person I interview recently like, yeah, it's just it's not even a paradox. Occasion occasions. Just bullshit. Yes. Drakes equation Poudel a related book on different things and uninventive strikes. Acquaintance was never intended to come up with an onset with a number. It was just a way exact same way that the knowledge of breaking down every big complicated thing into simple bite size chunks. You can address them by one and trying to understand. And I think he wants to fund his products as as the isn't anyone else out that least not now I'm not in our own galaxy, and it seems like a lot of real estate out in the Milky Way with Astro biology all hunts for extra planets. It seems like lots of wet rocks orbiting wom- stars with the right kind of chemistry and an apse fair and oceans and things like get started. So maybe the constraints the stocking multi of intelligence validation popping up in the galaxy is a bond logical constraint rather than something to planet. Soul stars motive might be our own Evelyn is the creation of at eukaryotic cell. The cell is more complicated than the bacterium and one has its own nucleus and lots of internal structure and organization because rolling history need that kind of most fisted, Sal before you can stop building multicellular life animals animals with brains. The come intelligence in conversation with you design, spaceships and radio tennis games. I'm an extra biologist. So clearly, I think there's a good chance of life on other planets with us MAs. We wrote in our own solar system all exit planets like planets

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"hundred bits" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Going to sleep. Early NASA decided to changing a diaper. Oh, yeah. Changing diaper. Sorry. It was more exciting than tabletop games with will. Nasa decided to have its own party because the new horizons probe spacecraft everyone call it is out in the Kuyper Bill, which is the band of asteroid like kind of objects beyond at the edge of our solar system. And they kind of picked an object at random that. They would be able to go to called a two thousand two zero one four MU sixty nine and they did a fly by it on. Well, they did a fly by a few days earlier, but they got started receiving telemetry from new horizons that flew by on New Year's Eve slash day, depending on your time zone. Now, this is beyond Pluto where this base craft is what do you think the data rate is coming back to earth data rate? I don't know three hundred Baud it's actually better than that. It's almost a kilobit an hour. Actually so worse than kill bite kill bit. Bite killed by one k b three hundred dollars three hundred bits per second. Yeah. Much worse. Orders of magnitude worse than that. It's not per hour per second. Sorry, I want it. So it's a kill byte or bit kilobits per second. Okay. That's pretty good. That's not bad. It's not like a light our away. No. It's. How far away is through lanes or different things. It's pretty far knows it's more than that. It's like a day late. Yeah. It's a light day. Oh, yeah. What did you say? Like, our I meant day. Yeah. So it's far far it is far to get that kind of transmission rate. That's pretty good. Well, so they're starting to assemble the information from it. We got our first image as we're recording this podcast. They had the press conference released an image object saw the blurry. And we saw blurry pixelated image of what looked like a peanut. And and it was tumbling end over end. And so they did enhance enhance enhance on it. And it looks like BB eight. It literally looks like BB eight to two spheres is to fears. It's a snowman and on the tops fear. There's two places that are slightly brighter. Just because of how the image projected freaking looks like a lot like BB eight. So is that an actual enhanced version of what we already received the more detailed data assembled this image. But it took more data to assemble that. Yeah. Very cool. So some of the images you saw yesterday during the initial fly by were composites based off of what they've seen from telescopes and some initial data from new horizons just confirming that existed, so when they did enhance enhance enhance we got BB eight not too bad. I still think it's crazy that they just picked a random object out in the Kuyper Bill fluid thing by it. And we're getting pictures back of this. The I was live streaming the the press conference. Earlier when we were talking about banner set the NASA dude is like jumping out of his seat. He's so excited to see this kind of data and because it has this weird shape. A why does it have this weird shape like a snowman in space kind of a strange shape? Maybe it's not as weird as you think. Yeah. So exactly. And also, it's probably tumbling kind of in this kind of weird way as well because it has that shape. So it's going to give us all sorts of information about this. I love that that spaces so predictable because of weightlessness and lack of air and physics. We know where things are going to be and we can send things to them. But we haven't number variables. That's really cool determinate de-facto that they're able to do it with such regularity to as amazing one other piece of information that sort of dropped while we were away is that the Trump administration has has indicated that it's EPA is going to roll back regulations of. Of mercury emissions from coal fired power plants, and I want to bring this up because this is actually an area of expertise for me. I had a whole business related to capturing mercury from from carbon sources and did some work in coal fired power plants. This is one of those things that I call sort of a big deal..

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"hundred bits" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"hundred bits" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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