23 Burst results for "Iino"

Why a Dystopian Future Is Not so Far Away

Wild Wild Tech

01:54 min | 5 months ago

Why a Dystopian Future Is Not so Far Away

"Russia i've been spending a fair amount of time recently watching star trek deep space nine which i love because i think it spends more time on the kind of non human characters than the other series like in a recent episode. We learned that this kadarshian. Who'd garrick who lives on. The station has been lending capacity literature to the human dr. Julian share so that he can kind of learn more about that culture and we see him every one of these books except this book comes in the form of like a little like a little stick like the size of a pen kind of like a usb stick. Except i went and looked it up on. The usb stick wasn't invented until five years later that's so cool. It's funny because you've rented like this chicken or egg situation where like star trek has future stuff and then this happens but like also the people who make things like this also love star trek. So you start to wonder like did they wanna make this star trek thing real or iino was star trek just sort of like in that wavelength and ahead of its time in a very smart way. They've also got like what star trek communicators which are very much like cellphones right touchscreens. Where a big star trek thing they all have these like little tablets like way before the ipad came out right and siri. They talk to their computers. We talk back to them you know. Do you want to do something. Funny about the usb flash drives specifically hit me. Please say the their about who actually invented it. But the singaporean company that holds the patent for the thumb drive is cold trek two thousand international bats. Incredible it's funny to remember that cutting edge tech companies are also like run by huge dorks. Who loved the stuff i do. And sometimes that's uncomfortable when you have like surveillance companies named after pailin tier which is the lord of the rings thing all gross.

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Breaking Down the Quarters and Semis for the KR Contenders Playoffs

Blackwatch Report

08:01 min | 1 year ago

Breaking Down the Quarters and Semis for the KR Contenders Playoffs

"Let's dive into our predictions for I guess we'll do predictions and then matches them predictions and matches will go in order here. So first match. We both got right. Yep Yep whoop do. We knew that team B M was not up to the task against Wgn Phoenix, and that's what happened. W just think took the three one against them I. Actually yet the three one which is actually kind of surprising because. Outside of an absolute banger that will talk about a little bit later this was the only other one that didn't go three Oh. Team. VM being able to squeak out that one map made it interesting for all of seven minutes and then. wgn Phoenix was like Nah. We're We're. Shutting you down. Yep and that one map was Lee. Shang where we saw Sung Chan gets some key hacks onto as tax on the. Road at least twice I think. You kinda tried his best to. Negate as tech but as we talk about here in the next couple of matches. Stack is shown to be really solid like you had like I think one match that we watched last week or two weeks ago where I felt when it was from. But like there was some issues dying on Bussan but beyond that, especially in these playoffs matches really leveled up. So that team tried their best to try to counter him and they did on the first map but beyond that w kind of took off and really the only other thing that I noticed outside of that. They were playing real chaotic, not super super structured. Just looked discombobulated, and then you get over to a new business and protect literally holds onto his grab for like foil. Yes and it's like there was there was a bunch of times where he could have used it. Either defensively to save some of his teammates and extend the team fight or initiate with an potentially win team fight and Nope, he just sat on it and then when he did use it, he threw it to lake. Horizon Lunar Colony I think because it just went nowhere got nothing and then they just got absolutely destroyed. Yup Listen to Wayne Gretzky protect you miss one hundred percent of the grabs you don't take so. You just gotTa. Do It man you just got? To. It's also a Hawker reference or an office reference depending on what what realm of the world you're in. The other thing too is like every minute that you're not using a graph building. You're not building graph and like if you hold a grab for like three minutes, you could've used a grab that it was like okay and then had another grab by basically the same time So. Yeah it's it's tough and like if you don't have the opportunity to use a grab at all because they're diva is constantly all over you and you don't have the counterplay or they're playing way to spread, then you probably should go on something else. That's better. Pick anyways and use the grab throwaway goldfish swimming dvr, go switch Sigmar anything else. There there's been a lot of issues that we're seeing a lot of the losing teams. They're. They're just like kind of shooting themselves in the foot with like playing what they should be. On the other side man wgn. Phoenix Lake after watching this match. I got really high on this tangle. Especially, ABC Z. Bag has been. Okay. But Gables specially was. Studer Pitt where you saw pack jump up, get damage onto. The Echo over the ACA was even. On. Haven, yeah then. He drops down back behind the cover again, and then you saw gable see right behind him come up boost up finish off the damage and then go back and then Win So comes up to resum they both dive a again and kill him as well. They open it up with two free kills and literally just roll beyond that. So I think that like one of the things especially it's been the tank line coordination for this team. In another team, we'll talk about later. Like it really sets these teams up apart like with the DP s with the one diver as well with the tanks in the one dive deep. Yes as well like. If, you have three people hive minded together you you will find success in grin contenders. And then another name on wgn that you're going to hear. US Talk. A lot absolute tyrant about is ace. When ace is on? The Sambre. Do builds EMP's insanely quick. But then on a newbies, they push team B.. M. Back to the spawn. And then they're like, you know what we got like a minute and a half left we're just going to go sit in front of the spun. And s just sits behind him and mainly heck's the supports like one clip supports drops an EMP. Like gets half of the team just absolutely bullying the back line of Team B, m on a newness and. Team B. M. had no response to ACE's play when he was running the sombre. and. It's super unfortunate that like he's only played this one pick at least what I've seen so far Inoke s on the hog. So good is unmatched in cream contenders I think I, think he might. Only, backed by MAG. But we'll see about that. Hit like he just every time like he forces other people to not play against him because he will just out a out mechanics them out strategy them and like just knows how to play better gets incredible. Pickoffs especially on Havana you saw him on the hog and Gable soon, the sigma they full hold team b. m., there as well So, like this tank line. Alternating CPAC and iino cast depending on whether or not. They're gonNA play the Winston saw shrine oranges run the Road Hog quite often because I think this was still on the playoff patch or like the wwl. Finals Patch. It'll. It's as strong three players on that team like they. Really. Really benefited from there, strong line here and gables the again like we talked about his diva being incredible signals also incredible as well during the scrappy last minute fights where there was a chance that team b. m. was going to be able to. Squeak out the first point actually cap it. he just stayed alive sustained had some good old good rocks Just good play and I think got like a couple of kills here there's also. You're going to start seeing a couple of these names come up next week when we talk not only about Plants and stuff like that but also on recommended. Pickups for teams in the off season because. Couple of teams might be going full Korean here and. There's a lot of new blood that's rear and to get some Odell time in. So I'm excited to see that I actually can't wait to talk about that team that I think is going full Korean 'cause. It's GONNA be interesting to try to put together. A bunch of players out of Korean contenders to slot into that team or and see how close we can get to actually hitting the. the mark on how many people get pulled from creon contenders.

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Are Companies Clear on Cloud Safety?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:25 min | 2 years ago

Are Companies Clear on Cloud Safety?

"Here. The extraordinary secrets of how to thrive in disrupted world, the old rules of management are not ready, correct anymore. So what works making a wise, pivot, pivot to the future, will I am Omar Abba, subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. This is tech news briefing, im Tanya, boosters reporting from the newsroom in New York coming up clearing up the cloud, and more specifically, how safe it is a look at how some companies stumble indie face of cybersecurity risks asking the question. How safe is big data in the cloud. And how are companies staying on the ball? That's after these tech headlines. The Trump administration is examining whether to require the next generation five G cellular equipment, be designed and manufactured outside China. The move could reshape global manufacturing and further fan. Tensions between the countries as part of the review US officials are asking telecom equipment manufacturers, whether they can make and develop US bound hardware, which includes cell tower electronics as well as routers and switches, the conversations are in early and informal stages. These executive order calls for a list of proposed rules and regulations by the one hundred and fifty day deadline in October Stu who has more at wsJcom. Some of the biggest restaurant operators are pushing back against fees, charged by delivery companies. The latest journal reporting says McDonald's Applebee's and cousins, submarines are among the chains negotiating to pay lower commissions and asking their delivery partners to spend more on marketing, and promotional discounts is comes at the right time. According to a recent analysis of credit card data delivery companies are plowing money into their businesses and intensifying the competition since two thousand seventeen for example, grub hubs market share has roughly have while door dash and Uber. Eats have gained businesses. And French, 'electronic aerospace company, Thales is exploring new artificial intelligence tools warns that will eventually separate, and keep track of unmanned aircraft at low altitudes. The journal says the company is convinced such tech offers the best chance to cope with the antiquated growth in commercially operated. Drones, here's the story, existing radars and human traffic, controllers simply won't be able to handle the crush of data and only a applications are likely to have the capacity to react quickly enough to maintain a safe, buffer around individual drones. The trend was evident during the Paris air show last week with several companies disclosing new ideas for opening up additional airspace, for unmanned aircraft coming up putting data into the cloud can make it more secure. But look at how major companies are handling things and whether they're making the right moves to keep the cloud and your data safe. Capital. One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. That's why they've created Iino the Capital One assistant that catches things that might lef- wrong with your credit card, you know catches over tipping, duplicate, charges, or potential fraud. And then sends an alert sheer phone and helps you fix it. It's another way capital. One is watching out for your money when we're not Capital One. What's in your wallet? See Capital, One dot com for details. Across every industry. The topic of cyber security continues to dominate the boardroom conversation. That was never more clear than at WSJ pros. Recent cyber security executive forum in London. Theresa Walsh, global, head of intelligence at FSI a c has more. I think a lot of people look at the cloud and think that there's a lot of hackers always going after it. And that's the main cause of concern. However, if you look at a lot of the different issues that people have had over the past few years, it's usually down to human error, and a Miskin figuration a misunderstanding of, maybe what they were dealing with and really work consortium of, of members of, of regulated financial institutions. So they're trying to share formation about how to do this. The lessons learned learning from each other's mistakes, whenever you do see something like this, like a miss. Ration- of, of an AWS S three bucket or something like that. Leave Ruben is council at Pillsbury Winthrop shop Pittman he spoke of how security and the cloud, ultimately become a complicated search, for clarity. The, the wis seeing now between providers if a customer set up that idea AWS instance themselves, something goes wrong. Then the cloud provided content around. So we'll this was your wherever you'll customer ever. You'll use eras Renault responsible, but whether the lawns get muc. Yeah, is with as amendment of collaboration and it might be it's not clear in the contract ultimately who's responsible for what with new European regulations on privacy and network security coming into force? It's a critical time to benchmark company practices. There is more of an expectation. Now from customers say will we need some help you'll the expert. But go the cloud provider. You'll the expert this, you'll technology you need to educate us in good us through this. So if we do something wrong, we don't expect us the private tournaments. I will. That's not all out. That's you will folk moving expectation now from customers saying, well, we, we won't and education training piece around that and really guide it through. So whether that's the providers themselves take on themselves and say, well, his some protocols that we get. For what in this, and we're going to comply with these, we'll get them all for you, try. We're gonna give you a help blowing service that you can just pick up and an all these sort of collaborative polish elements that we see which the provide is all starting to, to play Alton because they realized that it's a competitive marketplace. I've customers not getting the service that I won't that just going to switch, and go elsewhere for more on WSJ pros cyber-security executive forum head to wsJcom that's it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does. Thanks for listening.

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"iino" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"iino" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"So listeners go play that, if you haven't already, okay? So I'd mentioned at the top that there's joke in this episode that I think, really stands out as kind of shaping, the, the next several seasons of the Simpsons and even inspiring shows, like family guy, and cut-away humor jokes shows that are doing that. A lot Homer is trying to teach a lesson to Bart and says, you, you gotta follow the rules, for example. If someone says don't feed the bears boy, you better not feed those there's and then there's a little bear cub who's just hanging on his arm. And then it just never talked about again. Yes, that to me is, you know, we talk about this show and its rules and. It's grounded nece a lot and Iino throughout a lot of the show. You don't really have anything that is surreal, or cartoony, unless there's a reason, like, if you know, you have a talking animal win homers on drugs, or you like Lisa can fantasize her flying in the sky, because she's like she's like doing dentistry work, and there's always some type of reason except when they really break it to, to make a point about, you know, hey, cartoons and always have to make sense right right in their home or walk by this is just a gag. It's just Homer with a bear on his arm. I love it too. When you see Homer, just feeding the little tiny bear. Absolutely. Yeah. So in that sense, I guess it is grounded. Also home pet. Yeah. Fantastical character or anything like that. Like we buy that, you know, he's been sort of living quietly with this bear on. It's like, yeah, one of those where you can't look at it too long like the sun. Homers arm has a couple of those this episode because he, he shows off a tattoo later in this up that alley not canon. If I got one tattoo ever, it would be star land vocal band. Yeah. Darling focal band. Do it. Don't mean nothing. You're right. You gotta just do it. Let's take this as an opportunity to go into our first break during with you. All have homework.

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Amazon's re:MARS: The Robots Changing the Future

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:17 min | 2 years ago

Amazon's re:MARS: The Robots Changing the Future

"Taste your way through Napa Valley, California with WSJ magazine and into Gari book this exclusive trip at Indy. Gari dot com slash WSJ magazine or call six four six seven eight zero eight three eight three. This is tech news briefing, im Tanya, boosters reporting from the newsroom in New York, coming up, we're going to re Mars, not to the planet again, at is an event hosted by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos that brought together the leading minds to advance a golden age of innovation recapping. I look at the robots changing the future after these tech headlines. The journal reports that new while way phones will not come with Facebook, Instagram or what's app Facebook, which owns popular apps including Instagram. And what's up is one of the many software makers whose apps come pre installed with wa phones Facebook is the latest company to restrict access to its products following the US blacklisting of the Chinese tech giant, follow dance. Trump's coverage for more at the journal at wsJcom apples plan to allow anonymous sign ins on mobile apps to protect users privacy is threatening to choke off data to companies including Facebook, and Google as both use the information to track users and sell ads based on their habits. When apple releases its new mobile operating system. This fall apps download it through Apple's app store. We'll have another alternative clicking on an apple icon to generate a random Email address this allows users to participate without revealing any personal information, apple notes that it will not use the new sign in future to profile users or their. Vity Norwood, it, log or keep a record of signing information. AT and T is discussing plans to package. H B O sister channel Cinemax and its vast Warner Brothers TV and movie library into a streaming service, costing between sixteen and seventeen dollars a month. The strategy is aimed at keeping the media giant competitive against lower priced offerings in a crowded crowded field. The new streaming service, which debuts in beta form later this year, essentially includes all of Warner, media's entertainment offerings and will stream its own new original content. According to the latest research, people who abandoned traditional cable TV packages said they're willing to pay for about six different services, which end up costing about thirty eight dollars a month. Coming up through Amazon's tinted glasses, a first glimpse into our robotic future. Capital. One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. That's why they've created Iino the Capital One assistant that catches things that might look wrong with your credit card, you know catches over tipping, duplicate, charges, or potential fraud. And then sends an alert sheer phone and helps you fix it. It's another way capital. One is watching after your money when we're not Capital One. What's in your wallet? See Capital, One dot com for details. The Amazon remorse conference took place in Las Vegas last week where you would find robotic arms holding TV monitors greeting attendees. There were also spider robots that grabbed plates of food, and if anyone needed a beer delivered there's a robot for that, as well, the Amazon AI conference was, but a glimpse into our robotic future. David limp, Amazon, senior vice president explains the meaning of the event title conferences, re Mars Mars stands for machine. Learning automation robotics and space. And we really think that these are four Willie exciting domains of science that are moving forward really fast. And we wanted to put together a conference that brought the best and brightest around those areas together to see if they could inspire each other. Some of the more notable emerging tech uses haptic gloves, and rich Walker of the shadow robot company was on hand to discuss the. I ever tactile telly robot. We go to pair of robo Hans with fingertips with the sensitive to the human control gloves with feedbacks touch things. We're doing this over a distance of mere inches, but you could run this over the false side of the whoa, you could put the robot and a juris place to do a job. You didn't want to do and rounding out the who's who of the event was perhaps, one of the pioneers of robotics in our homes. I robot famous for launching the robot vacuum cleaner over twenty years ago. The company showed off new floor, mopping and lawn mowing robots Colin angle, I robot CEO, and co founder talks more on the future of home robotics, we're here as part of the election. I robots smart home to show vision of what this is going to be. How do you make a home that sort of understands itself, and just kind of does the right thing as you live your life? And you know if you're cooking and make a mess. Say alexa. I robot back in the kitchen and, and it does the right thing that is it for this edition of tech news briefing for more podcast head to wsJcom slash podcast for the Wall Street Journal reporting from the newsroom in New York, I'm Tanya boosters. Thanks for listening.

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Apple WWDC 2019: A Recap

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:01 min | 2 years ago

Apple WWDC 2019: A Recap

"The. This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York. Coming up apple WW DC, twenty nineteen a look at the annual apple developer conference breaking down. I O S thirteen dark mode, ipad, IOS the MAC pro. And how will all keep a better I on your privacy. That's after these tech headlines. Let's stick with the topic developers have sued apple over the costs associated with selling apps on the company's apps store accusing the tech business of monopolizing app distribution, the lawsuit, which was filed in California on Tuesday says the company has charged bell peppers, a commission of thirty percent for nearly eleven years on selling apps and products within the apps. An apple spokesman said the company doesn't comment on lawsuits and directed. The Wall Street Journal to information about its apps store on its website. So misfires happen square can attest to this the digital agency forwarded receipts documenting transactions as mundane as a Cup of coffee as sensitive, as an obstetrician visit to people who are involved in the purchases hoarding to emails reviewed by the Wall Street Journal in some cases, near the purchaser, nor the recipient could say, why square sent receipts to the people at did at issue are the methods that tech companies employ to make money off of the financial data of their users as well as the degree to which those companies disclose or get consent from their users about those efforts read more about how data on individuals credit card transactions can be particularly delicate and what you can do to stay safe at wsJcom and after saying that it would start banning writers in the US and Canada with significantly below average ratings. Uber faces heat from angry users taking to Twitter to pan the new initiative. Many calling the move a good way to kill business. Many users reported receiving low ratings based on. Factors outside their control. No stranger of controversy. The Wall Street. Journal's Laura Forman has more on the blowback and what Uber is doing to solve a new problem on its hands head to wsJcom, or the WSJ app for more coming up Apple's worldwide developers conference is Irap the new changes you can expect on the horizon. Capital. One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. That's why they've created Iino the Capital One assistant that catches things that might look Frong with your credit card, you know catches over tipping, duplicate, charges, or potential fraud. And then sends an alert sheer phone and helps you fix it. It's another way capital. One is watching after your money when we're not Capital One. What's in your wallet? See Capital, One dot com for details. Apple held its annual worldwide developers conference in San Jose. This week were talked all kinds of new changes including an IS thirteen with a dark mode. Mac IOS Catalina and continued ongoing attempts to address user, your concern, about personal data here. CEO Tim cook. We'd be privacy's fundamental human, right? And engineer into everything we do this year were doing even more. We will soon have signing with apple Shay's personal tech columnist Joanna stern was on the scene to explain how it works to protect your privacy, instead of signing with data hungry, Google or Facebook apples, working without maker. So you can log in with a more, discreet service. It even has a way to block companies from getting access to your Email address. The obsta will be built right into the new watch software. So you can install apps without a phone near by you'll be able to search for apps via Siri or the keyboard is well, apple also says that IRS thirteen will open apps faster and features a new version of the face idea system. Which will unlock your phone thirty percent faster moving on. Let's talk. I pads there's now an operating system just for the ipad called ipad s the Wall Street Journal's David Pierce was also on scene at San Jose to explain I futures a new home screen with more apps on each page, and our new today view so that you can actually see wits right on the main screen. It also has a long awaited file manager, plus support for USB drives and desktop mode for safari. And then there is the MAC pro first, here's the obligatory setup and applause. New knock pro. Using a brand new Intel's EON processor. It has up to three hundred watts of power allowing users to participate in things like production, rendering playing back virtual instruments, and simulating IOS apps on multiple devices at once the cost Amir six thousand dollars. Those are the biggest highlights for many more recaps videos and beyond had a wsJcom also take a listen this week to the journals instant message podcast were personal tech columnist will dive into it all that does it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does. Thanks for listening.

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Next Generation Network Makes First 5G Laptop

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:50 min | 2 years ago

Next Generation Network Makes First 5G Laptop

"Join the Wall Street Journal may twentieth through the twenty third in New York City for the future of everything festival here from over seventy five renounce speakers, and visionaries touch taste and interact with the products that are redefining tomorrow. To learn more buy tickets, visit our website at F O E festival dot Debbie s j dot com. Twenty percent off with code podcast. This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York. This summer, the PC hype lands in the capital of Taiwan where computrac twenty nineteen showcased, all the rage in laptops, gaming gear components and beyond, and possibly the most notable at least as far as hype goes is what is said to be the world's first five G laptop details after these tech headlines. The Justice department is preparing to launch a fresh antitrust probe into Google, and as the Wall Street Journal has reported throughout the weekend. The most common complaint against Google is that it uses it search engine for the benefit of its own content and at the expense of its competitors. The journal says Google is prepared to argue with data showing they hold far from an optimistic pricing power. In the meantime, Google voluntarily agreed to change some of its behavior in the wake of the probe as of Monday. The company opens trading valued at more than seven hundred seventy six billion dollars. Amazon Alibaba and other online retailers are competing. More fiercely to gain, a foothold in the Arab world during this year's Ramadan. Islam's holy month of fasting and gift-giving online sales in the Middle East, and Africa have doubled so far during the holiday this year. That's one compared with the similar timeframe two months prior the Ramadan sales indicate how big online retailers or trying to move on to the Middle East, where many people are underage thirty and tech savvy, but still do most of their shopping and brick and mortar retail online retail sales in the Middle East surpassed eighty billion dollars for the first time in twenty eighteen as the mid east market is growing faster than any other with plenty of scope to keep expanding. And late last week, tesla promise to start levering model three sedan built in its new Shanghai planned within six to ten months. It also priced them. Well below the imported version, this is as the electric vehicle maker racist to capitalize on booming Chinese demand. Tesla says prices for the locally built model three will start from about forty seven thousand five hundred dollars for the standard range, plus version, according to a post on Tesla's social media account initial orders are being taken for the local model three with the first Shanghai built cars scheduled for delivery, late this year or early next year and according to industry analysts getting China. Right. Is pivotal for tesla who share price has happened in the past six months amid doubts about its ability to ramp up deliveries in the US coming up a look at what claims to be the world's first five G laptop? What new inroads for things like could activity and battery life due to revolutionize how. We interact. Capital. One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. That's why they've created Iino the Capital One assistant that catches things that might look wrong with your credit card know catches over tipping, duplicate, charges, or potential fraud. And then sends an alert sheer phone and helps you fix it. It's another way capital. One is watching out for your money when we're not Capital One. What's in your wallet? See Capital, One dot com for details. Among the new tag at computrac Taipei twenty nineteen is quite possibly the very first ever five G, laptop. And at the annual summer event. Alex catalyse in a senior vice president at Qualcomm explains the advantages of this new tech first magin your computer being very, very light. No fans very. Good form factors. Gigabit lt. Multi-cubit. Lt connected to start with then five G connectivity to follow, and then you have great performance and you have very long battery life. So now you can cut your cords and be free anywhere. You are you can do your work anywhere. You are you can do your work, your battery life will last multiple days. Eight five GPC device was unveiled by Qualcomm and Lenovo. And here's how a five G laptop will aim to take us to that much hyped next level, you have situations where you could do video conferencing face recognition. If you don't remember someone's name being able to do real time translation, be able to edit and send files upload big files, download big files and in a fast timeframe so that all is gonna start changing the user experience. And then there are levels, we haven't even thought about yet Dominic wire VP of Qualcomm, global product marketing explains. Some things are gonna be brand new, for example, when four G launched to the world ridesharing didn't exist. But because of four g because of the fast data speeds, and because of the location, based services, ridesharing services, like Uber, indeedy, and all those services, blossomed under the four G world, where expectancy the same type of innovation happening five G. We just don't know what it is yet. Computrac Taipei twenty nineteen the annual tech show in Taiwan covered all things, laptops, gaming gear components and beyond for all things five, G, N beyond headed wsJcom that does it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does. Thanks for listening.

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"iino" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"iino" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Know, book as far as possible and know you know what type of service you're looking for, if you want somebody to come in, and he just do visit throughout the day with your pet or if you want somebody to stay in your home, make sure that you really get that on the books early and some tips when you are calling around, you know, looking for pricing looking for questions to ask to make sure you pick that, right? Pet sitter. It's super important. So a couple a couple of helpful hints. One always make sure your pet sitter is licensed, bonded, insured. If there. Certified that's even better. You know, make sure that they know pet first aid, but for state certification a lot of the national pet sitting associations. They actually have a pet sitter certification that they can take courses and pet care and become a certified pet sitting company. So that's something that, you know, if you're if you're looking and interviewing multiple people that's one thing that can maybe set one apart from the others that they've taken that additional certification. Another thing that I always tell clients on, is, you know, check the read on your pets, too. There's, you know, a lot of great people out there. Syllable? That doesn't mean that, you know, one pets that are isn't great, but your pets may tend to feel more comfortable with you know, somebody versus another person, and not that they wouldn't have done a wonderful job. But you know you want your pet to be, you know as comfortable as possible. So when you have a couple of people come on interview them. See your pet tends to go see more. And that's also a good sign of showing lessons, eating your pet when they're traveling Iino. The one good thing about pet sitting is that they're in their home? They're comfortable in the space that they're used to. So the only new added change is getting used to a new person and if they're feeling comfortable with that person from the beginning, then that makes that transition so much easier once you get a pet sitter. You know, it's great to have them. Even just come by in a regular basis. Every couple of months, you know, check in things of that nature. Your pet still use to them even if he just go out for dinner one night, maybe have them come by, and walk the dogs, you know, something easy, just so they kind of still have that relationships of the pets, not alarmed when somebody new is coming in another thing that I personally am really a big on is, for example, our pet sitters when they come to the house. I do not want any finance on any of my SAS vehicles. That's one thing that, you know, in industry, there's a lot of differing opinions when it comes to car, and vehicle scientists, I tend to go the safe route to me, if you have somebody pulling up with XYZ pet sitting all over their car, whether it's just for mid day walk, or a two week trip, you're still alerting possible. You know, thieves burglars that. Somebody's not home. They've also had cases to where, you know, pet sitters have themselves been attacked what book is trying to get into the home because they know they're emptying, they're going into an empty household. There's nobody there to help them. So that's you know, that's kind of happened in the past, and this time of the year when you have Christmas presents a lot of valuables, you know, theft rates, unfortunately, go up, so anything that draws attention to your home. I definitely discourage making sure that your pet sitters alternating lights in different rooms each night opening blinds in the morning, closing them in the evenings. Simple. Things just did deter people and also make your home look lived in. But those are all, you know, really, you know, simple, easy chips, just to kind of think about when you are interviewing and also ask them, you know, for worst case scenarios what would happen if they were to become ill. Will do they have a backup? You know anything can happen at any point, you know, you the chances of it are probably slim. But if somebody becomes sick or they're on a car accident or something like that. He just wanted to make sure that they have some contingency plan in place, you know, larger companies have multiple sitters so they can get somebody in there. But if it's a single company, making sure that they do have a backup of some sort, you know, maybe a spouse or you know somebody that they've worked with that covers their covers their clients if something were to happen. But there are just some questions to ask to make sure you know, when you are in everything that you are covering all your bases. Well, thank you very much, because this definitely gives the pet parents peace of mind. And you're right. It's very important to do some of the safety things you were talking about two for the home because ultimately protects the pet and the how the house itself. So I thank you very much. These are valuable tips and safe.

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"iino" Discussed on Feminist Frequency Radio

Feminist Frequency Radio

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"iino" Discussed on Feminist Frequency Radio

"My someone I was watching it with was like, I do not like the nation. And I'm like I can't make a twilight zone show without that. But it so we don't do that. Right. Like, we it's interesting to see reboots of older television or films because they're pulling all of these the Matic elements that are so symbolic and memorable. But that are so different from what we do now, or what is the norm of television making now an kind of like that like I kind of like that that. Yeah, it's not jarring that because that's too strong of a word, but it is just a sort of subtle like. Oh, right this. Yes. And and you know to go a little further with that. Like when I think I mean the twilight zone as I said like it freaked me out it affected me profoundly. When I was watching it as a kid, I know that it watching some of those episodes today as an as an adult lose. Who's been exposed to the media of the nineties and the two thousands and the twenty ten found for, you know, thirty plus years of my life, like if I were to watch some of those old episodes again, they'd seem you know, like cheesy in in some way, right? They would seem like the I mean, there's you know, there's very the special effects are often like really basic or the plot twists. I mean, they're they're meaningful. But they're very kind of like straightforward. You know, they're not they maybe don't have a whole lot of nuance to them. But they they're they're that just that that like gut punch that, you know, are that that shocked that moment of surprise and an auto as the new twilight zone is kind of operating in that same territory of like for me of of Iino a little simplistic at times, but nonetheless, like like effective, but but yeah, but not, you know, maybe not with the the kind. Nuance or sophistication that we expect television today to have. But I don't think that that's an inherently necessarily a bad thing. Because I think that it can be effective, but we have to we have to be on board for it. Like we have to understand that. We're this is a show that operates under like, according to different kind of rules almost than most television. Does today. I think one of the things that strikes me about the show is that it's deeply unsubtle like it's almost like a sledgehammer. And I think in some episodes that works really, well, and in other episodes, it really doesn't. And so like, I hear you in in that. But I think there is the element of like some stories are better than others. Some stories lend themselves to. A really overt. Like did. You get it. Did you get it to get it to get it yet? Do you get where some other ones? I feel more iffy about so let's dive into some of the episodes because like for me. The wonder wonder can was really good like I thought the unsubtle tea and the sledgehammer -ness of that worked very well and resonated on many levels related to what we were talking about of like, so the this episode is about a a campaign manager who failed and was disgraced and his guy didn't get reelected, and you know, he became an alcoholic. And he sees this kid this twelve year old ten year old make a video being like I'm going to run for president. And then he takes it seriously and becomes that kids campaign manager..

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"iino" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"iino" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"If you want somebody to come in and just do visit throughout the day with your or if you want somebody to stay in your home, make sure that you really get that on the books early in some tips when you are calling around, you know, looking for pricing, the king for questions to ask to make sure you picked out right pet sitter. It's super important. So a couple a couple of helpful hints. One. Always make sure your pet. Sitter is licensed, bonded, insured. If they're certified that's even better. Make sure that they know, you know, I seed for state certification a lot of the national pet sitting associations. They actually have a pet sitter certification that they can take courses and pet here and become a certified pet sitting company. So that's something that, you know, if you're if you're looking and interviewing multiple people, that's one thing that can maybe set one apart from the others that they've taken that additional certification. Another thing that I always tell clients on is, you know, check the read on your pets too. There's a lot of great people out there. It doesn't mean that, you know, one pet sitter isn't great. But your pets may tend to feel more comfortable with, you know, somebody versus another person and not that they wouldn't have done a wonderful job. But you know, you want to be you know, as comfortable as possible. So when you have a couple of people come out and interview them see your pet tends to go more. And that's also a good sign of showing lessons in your pet when they're traveling Iino. The one good thing about pet sitting is that they're in their home. They're comfortable in the space that they're used to. So the only new avid change is getting used to a new person. And if they're feeling comfortable with that person from the beginning, then that makes that transition so much easier. Once you get a pet sitter. You know, it's great to have them, you know, even just come by in a regular basis every couple months check in things of that nature. Your pets still use to them. Even if he just, you know, go out for dinner one night, maybe have them come by. And walk the dogs. You know, something easy. Just so they kind of still have that, you know, relationships of the pets alarmed when somebody new is coming in another thing. I personally am really a big on is for example, our pet sitters when they come to the house. I do not want any sign edge on any of my staff's vehicles. That's one thing that, you know. In the industry. There's a lot of differing opinions when it comes to car in vehicle sign edge. I tend to go the safe route to me. If you have somebody pulling up with XYZ pet sitting all over their car whether it's just for mid day walk or a two week trip. You're still alerting possible. You know, thieves are burglars that somebody's not home. They've also had cases to where you know pet. Sitters have themselves been attacked what bug is trying to get into the home because they know they're emptying. They're going into an empty household. There's nobody there to help them. So that's that's kind of happened in the past. And this time of the year when you have Christmas presents a lot of valuables. You know theft rates. Unfortunately, go up so anything that draws attention to your home. I definitely discourage making sure that your pet sitters alternating lights in different rooms each night. Opening blinds in the morning closing them in the evenings. Simple things. Just did deter people and also make your home look lived in. But those are all, you know, really simple, easy chips. Just to kind of think about when you are interviewing. And also ask them, you know, for worst-case scenarios what would happen if they were to become ill. Do they have a backup? You know, anything can happen at any point. You know, you the chances of it are probably slim, but if somebody becomes sicker there in a car accident or something like that. He just wanted to make sure that they have some contingency plan in place in a larger companies, multiple sitters. So they can get somebody in there. But if it's a single sitter company, making sure that they do have a backup of some sort. You know, maybe a spouse sore? You know, somebody that they've worked with that covers their, you know, covers their clients if something were to happen. But there are just some questions to ask to make sure you know, when you are interviewing that you are covering all your bases. Well, I thank you very much because this definitely gives the pet parents peace of mind, and you're right. It's very important to do some of the safety things you were talking about two for the home because ultimately protects the pet and how the house itself. So I thank you very much.

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"iino" Discussed on Babes and Babies

Babes and Babies

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"iino" Discussed on Babes and Babies

"I like as do I had a hard time charging people as certain amount. Even though it was less than everyone out you because I didn't see worth. I didn't see my value. You know? And it's like that takes a lot of time like open at births for three days before I know, and you have all appointments leading up to it. And you don't, you know, you're on call twenty four seven, and you definitely have to see your your worth and value table. I just wanna clarify from what you just said. And what I said like with being on different medication. I'm not anti medication. And I know loses in either sized on anybody feel like we're saying like you can never be on medication. Oh, everybody just different. I think in. I mean, some people I think it's very necessary at different times. So I'm not at all, you know, being like, oh, nobody should be on anything. It's just not. I knew like I knew because of the way my blood clot was just my whole story, which I can't go into now. Like, I knew like that would be totally unnecessary to be on it my whole life, and it doesn't run in my family. And it's not like I just knew like there had to be other options and things I could do. So I just knew for me. It didn't need to be a lot of things. Like, it's always good to ask your doctor and speak to a specialist and Iino, obviously like we don't try to give medical advice on here. Sharing experiences stories because somebody can relate to it. Yeah. In an also, I mean, I feel like a part of it too is. Getting like we said before getting into with yourself, and knowing those things and there are times where you absolutely don't want to do something that you have to. Yeah. Because can recover and people, you know. Oh, yeah. I I know tons of people that. Yeah. They're like, you know, what I'm better with this penetration. A better human being function better Freya. And it's like, that's awesome. That you feel better. That's awesome. That you can function better. You know? Absolutely. Yeah. I mean, I actually had one of my doctors actually said because I had to be on antibiotics not very long ago. Like, I gotta UTI and haven't had one in like over thirteen years. I'm like what's going on? And I was like all frustrated about excited excuse me over the last couple years, I've been working a lot on my gut health now that we're done having children biologically. I was like I really need to I I've had gut issues and gestion issues excuse me. So. I've been working with different people. And it was interesting learning he talked about sometimes when your body's he called it like blocked and switched like it won't even respond to natural remedies. While until he's like, sometimes you need those things. He's like, that's okay. So he really encouraged me to take the antibiotic, and I was actually really grateful for that. Because I was kinda like I don't wanna do this. But like it was starting to getting into my kidneys. So as like like, I couldn't stand up straight my house like, okay, obviously, I need to take some. But it was just nice to hear somebody from the natural world to give more explaination of lake right now your body's in like healing mode in it might not be responding. Well to the natural things you're doing like, that's okay. And that means you need the antibody, and you need to you need to take that. And that will help you get better. Well, I'm good with in my body. I'm good at preventing. If I start to barely done. I'll take something actual trying to naturally there's been times where I'm like it's already it's there. That's what my day. And then I'm like. Okay. I gotta get something. Because weird. Yeah. Because once it's like already they're like, I feel like a lot of natural stuff is good preventative. Right. You know, but. Fence around with like, allergies stuff. I've tried everything. Actually, not everything. Right. A lot natural my allergies. Get so bad for a couple of weeks out of the year. And I'm like, I'm popping Myongji pill..

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"iino" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"iino" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"Babysitting. Bake cakes for kids parties to save up money to move to Paris. I got a job as like I I had to work twice as hard to make it happen. And I think I got to take the risk. And then it's going to be hard graft moody, talks about the failures the mount of Dole's, I've not which never opened the man of Iino. I I had some awful jobs like teddy marketing, I used to ring up directors of companies and talk to them about this concept. Could why fi it's like, you know, you connect to the internet frou frou there, and I hated that job. But it it paid my bills which made made it possible for me to do freelance work, which wasn't paying that time. So you have to sacrifice a lot. If you really wanna make it happen. It's really interesting because I also what off the first. Two years of my career. And I feel the actually I soaked up so much like a sponge. And now people contact me all PR's always in the mix. Even when I'm like marketing my book, and I feel like it's a skill that we will need actually being good at not. I wanted to also ask you about something I read, but it was only a Wikipedia day if and if it's not true feel like it's the worst reference of butts. Didn't you wouldn't you very good at social media? Getting the word out there about some of your restaurants. I wondered if you could talk a bit about that. 'cause so important, isn't it? Yeah. It was something it was funny 'cause I've always embraced blogging. And you know back in the day. I'm showing my age my space. So I used to be really onto mice bays. And I contacted a lot of people free mice base. But when I started up, my putt restaurant in my little studio in Paris, which was a table for two. I had a newsletter which people could sign up to and every month. I would send out right? These are the days, we're going to have my restaurant come if you want, and then if I had any cancellations put it on Facebook, the Instagram wasn't really happening at that point. So it was like Facebook and newsletter and my block. So I've always been into blogging in that sense. I'm less social media now than I used to be which is old..

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"iino" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"iino" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"This holiday value, the president JC Penney style and value for all at lebatardshow on Twitter. Should the shovel pass b-b-bend seventy percent of the audience said, no. I'm absolutely with Greg on that should the quarterback be charged with an interceptions. The ball bounces off the receiver. Seventy four percent of the audience said, no. Should the shovel pass count as a run sixty six percent of the audience said yes who still being alive is most surprising, Keith Richards, or Nikki six seventy two percent of the audience that Keith Richards would atom out of Iino strike out Babe Ruth every single time. Fifty eight percent of the audience said, yes, we should change the Cy Young award to the atom out. Wien award was Babe Ruth playing during slow pitch softball times. Seventy nine percent of the audience said, yes, I'm without Evine on the idea of you can't swing a bat that heavy in that sport anymore. Like that's just not possible to do given the speed with which every atom out of Iino is throwing fastballs. Go ahead and give us what you got on. Harold Baines goading veterans committee in ducks Herrell Baynes and Lee Smith, okay, you're going to draw distinction between the two lease Smith. You could argue deserves the hall of fame third all time and save. Gives once got more than fifty percent of the vote, which is two thirds of what you need. That's a lot of support herald. Baynes, Stu Gus mentioned the most support he ever got was six percent. It's an insult to the Baseball Writers Association electorate when the veterans committee swoops in. I swear it is right actually, and my colleague Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald is the president of the BB W A, and he's going to get an earful for me. I'll tell you that not that he made the the veterans committee gave it its power. But still no it is an insult because they're overlying get an earful from. You doesn't have anything to do with like yelling at Clark. He's a good guy. Covers the Marlins like nobody's business. He's fantastic. But no, it's an insult to the electorate when you put in a guy who got six percent on the poll. Guillermo does Clark cover the Marlins like nobody's business. He does. Nobody covers the morals like that. Do you have no idea? What's interesting to a national audience? Apparently not. Buy low sell high time for some ads. Well, we wait around for that one. Bills. Possible pressure Spencer an ear bully was impossible. You don't have an issue with this though. I mean, why Jerry Reinsdorf deciding who goes into the hall of fame Tony LaRussa deciding who goes into the whole famous lies, Greg Maddux. Deciding who? Decide inventing the will of the electorate. Hymns people keep yourself. What happened there you came to the microphone saying good, you'll work confident? And then you bailed on it. Just give us what you got. 'cause then kind of indecision couldn't be more paralyzing Lee useless to me. Well, here's what happens to keep saying that Harold Baines. Got six percent the most ever on on the hall of fame. And then I saw this chart, and I'm like, this is way more than six percent is in the forties and fifties sixties. And then I realized it was Smith. Yourself healthy with the supplements from hymns? Tell them about it. I'm not position he making fun of anybody having a bad day. Then. The teams take on the personality of its coaches. Nobody's been worse than me today. Donlevatar I get many complaints about. Why do you cut Cody off so much? Why don't you? Let him talk more. He has no governor whatsoever for what others find interesting. It's just for what he finds interesting. And what he finds interesting is himself, Stu gods. I'm interested in people. So maybe people are interested in me. That's my governor governor VC's live at third show with Stu gods on ESPN radio. Greg Cody has not yet done his back in my day because he's been wrestling. I'll show with not feeling confident about it. But Mike Ryan has said that some of his best ones are the ones that he does not have any confidence in when he sets the bar really really low little league theory. Very good. All right. Well, he is not confident about this time, the sometimes he is. But that doesn't mean he can't do it. He was trying to get out of it. He was trying to wiggle out of it. He's saying, hey, it's timeless. I could do. Next week, if you want and Nope, we're going.

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"iino" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

Geek News Central Audio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"iino" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

"No kidding so i don't think we had a studied bill to figure that out if you've went to dinner with anyone where they popped out their cell phone or looking at it responding or whatever so we just basically said you can take you know get into down a role was look at the menu i know look at your phones look at the menu figure out what you drink fit you figure what you want to eat because when the waitress comes we're going to order one shot and not waste time have become the table three times you get the order and or he gets the order and the and then when he food comes take picture food and put your phone away and he went post later that's good but not while we're eating and it it worked well so try it next time go out trying to keep that phone stashed or put a rule in place in iino the best way to do as who are breaks her phone up for buys especially with the with friends or you wanna talk a little bit about tesla and their power wall tessa power all systems helped some high schools beat the heat we know that tesla shipped power while batteries to puerto rico last fall into australia last december and now it's helping actually here whine specifically very close to where i live here now i the erie i live in is wider known as coppola matter of fact my mailing address is couple a hawaii ninety seven or seven but i live in an area that is known as makila so i mammalia dresses coppa lay but maka kilo is a pie so i'm a couple thousand feet above sea level it's usually very trade wendy except when it's not but it's you know right now we've had a lot of weird weather here a lots of rain over the past couple of weeks port tourists are coming in seeing nothing but rain but.

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"iino" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"iino" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Racean live stage i was once told by my mentor who refused to say that he was megarou say that i'm from jupiter in the um a group planet and i didn't know what to make of that at the time but they just smile and says you're from jupiter and and now we have these beautiful images of jupiter have you seen them my god they're just amazing like we have these is it's such a living credible planet it's just you know well you do as it were talking giving realization that moi a the music hearing experience i talked about may have been the planetary sending me wave of reminder because they woke me up to a music form that was much bigger than i ever experienced before and it it informs the kind of music i reach for now which is more vertical music or music to lift consciousness out of over identification with limited life yeah i wanna talk about how you create your music because that as i am listening to it and how in in loving it in experiencing i keep thinking to myself how much of it is composed beforehand and how much of it is flowing out of view in that moment and to add to that question when you what was the process when you were recording with brian iino in studio with your electric zither how organized was the process will although i did go through period of intense organization let's in college those opposing though was my one of my dreams to become a composer and i would sit at this large registry of the right of music news to the piano and hermit and then i would send them off to the library congress to be copyrighted so i went through a period of composition intentional notes cords here and there and not much ever happened to that music ah when i started running energy through sound or channelling music.

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"iino" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"iino" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"That's the opposite of i'm just i mean iino clearly has the range to make it's a saint or wordy that is something that is just that's gonna be the case achilles heel his can a tumble and stumble on his own words and he's not the white house julie italian executive action i'm not attacking his action attacking his communication his way too concisely communicator an idea which he's not doing in this first example sitters that number two restaurants to cover their outlets that you can't charge rabaeus this is not something that is i'm this is a thought that we've all had this is not again oh i ha we've had it but we haven't express it and that's all we did if you are flying because i race it countless title was out there saying with who's author about abroad restaurants and coffee shops with no al it is the new complaining about airplane food it is hackneyed welltrod territory and pat i expect you at us the ns are now and so third these young girls i mean the what you can not where he it's almost you can't poke holes in an almost but almost because these young girls referring to gay men young gay man is you know twain a little bit too much with gender oh i don't lie annual so i don't know if that's you know going to sit well with the audience who is going to be very well red very well educated and um you know i think i worry for pat i worry for i don't know i don't worry about him at all i think is the alaska trysts icon award winner i think that he has been described on this show as being someone who is one of the most underrated comedians out there in new york if not the universe in the world and i i'd say son did not except for the record that person did not extrapolate i with the edge to pat.

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"iino" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"iino" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"Right well i think you've put your finger on some really important things here so what am i do know the the oblique strategies deck that brian iino made so you know he he famously made this like deck of cards full of these like nomadic aphorisms like come due last sir do more or listen to the silences and when he was like recording with roxie music or doing other kind of big ambitious things he would stop the session and i had leonard hard yeah okay everybody were doing this now and my favorite one of those oblique strategies is is um be the first person to not do something that no one else has ever thought of not doing before it does sound very no america on its face but when you think about it there's a lot of a historical examples of success being predicated on this kind of thing so tcp is probably a good example of this right like we had all these networking protocols that like tried to be um you know symmetrical and verifiable and and uh predictable and deterministically and you know surf and the other uh arpanet people they said like we're just gonna make a thing that sometimes throws packets on the floor and rather than try to just not throw packets on the floor we're going to make a systems that when the packet falls beacon requested again and you know that blossomed and then like there was you know on the street performer protocol which like bruce schneier another qatar offers read about in the early years the internet where they said well maybe the business model for the internet is that you demonstrate like that you can add value you you do like imagine era a street performer doing magic tricks to do a bunch of conjuring tricks that bring in the crowd and you say are not going to do my finale and tellers twenty five dollars a my hat i don't care who puts the twenty five dollars in everybody gets to see the finale but unless everybody puts the money in the hat uh nobody gets to see the finale right so this is i thought that kickstarter model.

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"iino" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"iino" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"Right well i think you've put your finger on some really important things here so what am i do know the the oblique strategies deck that brian iino made so you know he he famously made this like deck of cards full of these like nomadic aphorisms like come due last sir do more or listen to the silences and when he was like recording with roxie music or doing other kind of big ambitious things he would stop the session and i had leonard hard yeah okay everybody were doing this now and my favorite one of those oblique strategies is is um be the first person to not do something that no one else has ever thought of not doing before it does sound very no america on its face but when you think about it there's a lot of a historical examples of success being predicated on this kind of thing so tcp is probably a good example of this right like we had all these networking protocols that like tried to be um you know symmetrical and verifiable and and uh predictable and deterministically and you know surf and the other uh arpanet people they said like we're just gonna make a thing that sometimes throws packets on the floor and rather than try to just not throw packets on the floor we're going to make a systems that when the packet falls beacon requested again and you know that blossomed and then like there was you know on the street performer protocol which like bruce schneier another qatar offers read about in the early years the internet where they said well maybe the business model for the internet is that you demonstrate like that you can add value you you do like imagine era a street performer doing magic tricks to do a bunch of conjuring tricks that bring in the crowd and you say are not going to do my finale and tellers twenty five dollars a my hat i don't care who puts the twenty five dollars in everybody gets to see the finale but unless everybody puts the money in the hat uh nobody gets to see the finale right so this is i thought that kickstarter model.

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"iino" Discussed on Dorm Room Tycoon (DRT)

Dorm Room Tycoon (DRT)

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"iino" Discussed on Dorm Room Tycoon (DRT)

"And as the manufacturing becomes more digital even in china it afflicts in a big helpless you small batches of custom orders is easy the machines the machines can be reprogrammed on the fly so that that kind of emerge later and yeah that that alibaba wasn't designed to do that but as a maker movement expanded it and other sites like it turned out to be the first place that the kickstarter generation goes too know quickly come up to speed on what's available to them in in in factories tell me tell me about manufacturing process in terms of that's with death the challenging finding the right manufacturer because i also um interviewed m jim from square and yet he was saying how he went over the china and that's where the biggest challenge was what's what's the coin mistakes people might when comfort stage the eve exposure so for that you've heard about yeah i mean you know so tsa jim who with jack dorsey square in a he went to china together little dunkel's little square a card readers made and you know on iran iraq until the story in the book but um if he worked actually with bch but he he sat down you know in iino sidebyside with the chinese engineer aura he was an engineer you know they didn't he didn't speak a common language version of the cats offer there were using was was grossly out of date and took them to like three in the clock in the morning but when he was done.

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"iino" Discussed on Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"iino" Discussed on Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

"Last question i thought 'i'm curious about from you do you feel that we've entered this era of work worse success really has the coupled from income or do you think it's actually changed where income and success are more closely related than ever before i would lean toward the decoupled explanation and the there was a really interesting essay that was that was published maybe a couple of years ago and i'm temporarily forgetting the name of the woman who who wrote it but to just say i wrote it so that i wrote it will go with up there she runs a podcast called bad with money so if anyone is is wanted to google are just google bad with money podcast and you can find find the women and he was she wrote this this essay that was really well researched and and thoughtprovoking because she and and a number of other people have become like youtube stars and you know they're they're very well known but because youtube in in particular has a very low cpm rate cost per meal that's that's how you get reimbursed for advertiser by advertisers for your views you can you can have millions of use these viral videos but you're not making much money and so she was talking about these scenarios of of other youtube stars that she interviewed and they had to work at starbucks to support themselves and you know everybody was like hey barista evaristo blah blah blah and then every once in a while some you know usually teenager from their target demographic would come up and get a coffee and tea like oh my god is it you and it was lake iino it was like they were seeing you know madonna our lady gaga or something because to their target demographic they are that person they are a celebrity and yet.

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"iino" Discussed on The Read

The Read

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"iino" Discussed on The Read

"All right so we're back in is time for the read an okay so i just wanted to say very quickly to lady gaga uh all her she tweeted uh yesterday following for the black community and tell us wave the nonracist white community who loves you can do better to help influence the country slash hashtag how do we do better um all really want to say that this is a lady gaga revive arba kinda funny bed she was born to this since she's always standing behind some podium in a pant suit and iino raging against the machine or whatever uh so i was a bit confused in on one end eyes it's nice that are non racist white person as you say so is taking the effort to have this conversation are open it or whatever but the thing that annoys me about this is this is exactly what the fuck we do all of the time i when you go out to these marches these rallies these protests for black lives matter not only are there are black people out there saying what you can do giving you the tools right there with their mouths they've got post aboard cardboard all kinds of things with the messages written on them their photographs of this there are people like myself who've gone too many of these marches and protests and imparted he shouted it ourselves like the black community has done plenty in terms of of of fighting for ourselves fighting for y'all end telling you how to do better in how to help influence the country in a better way so this was just kind of annoying to me because.

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"iino" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"iino" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Call from deanspanos a ourselves cells get out hurts komo may well now deposition is is overvalued in my eyes even though i played the position i'm just gonna call as analysts that state with to years on your contract you better make sure does hold our works could have not dig on get the leverage on eunato issue back in camp iino oppposition growing up in your loader me but not too much where this was like the position like the running back oil i was looking at stats i was gonna bust he's out earlier on during the football season you talk about brunt aim backs getting pay it's sad they really should just go and join a a network more somewhere near down connected thirdhighest pay running back is a rookie zekeyouelliot at what all these other great running backs have been donor things for years and he comes off the bat any stirred and they were talking about how the way that hey structure is now because they miss member the whole matthew staffer ghent 42 guarantee less not do that anymore and how these guys are coming in third in now they're not even drafted most running backs first round your lot him going second third fourth fifth undrafted so happens is you get drafted as a running back well we're and he was a mess audio now staff you to get pay right year for your five but now you're twenty six seven eight is now they're like wo that thirty is the right where these guys are really 28 start going downhill so just when you should be getting paid billi know we're not going to pay you could you imagine was usage and no more than a tread live on of cyrusvance wrote a long article about how running backs are getting you messed overripe now the way the perception is of these guys and also the way contractually because they can't get paid early on andi think that's where the game has gone and it will continue to grow there are always be examples in in minority examples of dallascowboysorbut with that said look is this simple numbers man is the same thing happening nba with a threepoint shot verse the two points shock dig.

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"iino" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"iino" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"When he sexually pitching he was like the best pitcher in baseball and we all enjoyed that out of nowhere success very much so yeah i wonder about the placentas iino did an article showing or trying to show that probably the curveball was wipe hill is getting seventy blisters heathrow so many curveball sin he's not really throwing fewer curveball senate doesn't seem like he's throwing them all that differently at least in terms of movement to speed her anything i don't know whether there's any sort of spin rate difference there but yeah it's hard to believe obviously the the pollsters had a lot to do with the fact that hill hasn't pitch much but you'd think it would also have something to do with the fact that he's pitched poorly but hard to establish that connection for sure because obviously he's not gonna come out and say the blister has ruined be forever 'cause he wants to pitch so a very interesting aspect to hill's season off the line up the leaderboard here but obviously you think richhill and you think curveball right that is the that's the money maker that's the pitch that he throws forty percent of the time and the so for anyone who is familiar with the fact that finger f says pitch type run values right so these are run values that attempt to explain how valuable a pitch as been now in reality it's not quite that simple but they're just give us the benefit of doubt generally a positive run value for pitch will capture a good pitch and in negative run value will capture a non functional pitch so he will surprise nobody that repeal as a very very valuable koerbel for 2015 in 2016 combined it was one of the best curve balls in baseball byron values many many many runs above average the season there have been three hundred fifty one pitchers who have thrown curve balls as measured by fan graphs can you guests where rituals curveball ranks in run value thirtieth would you believe three hundred and fifty i whom he has feel lasts high actually did not know this pre podcasts.

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